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II THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY HORNING, OCTOBER 19, 19091; 3 H
IGEDRGE " BESS GETS
LIQUOR LICENSE HUM
Commissioners Pay Iif(le llecil
lo Protests Against
Afli hcarliij; U ttltoony of cKtaM
NUi fr and asJnl the latwinc of a
IrxM) Ik r'! lo doors U. t Twelfth
South anil WmI TompJtf samel. Monday.
f!? lonnty commtMlottcra .decided to i
u lif Hcciijmj for tho patr.
Thrn va h number of complaints
nc.ilnat th uan, rharsim: Y'otatlona of
the Sunday liquor ordinance- t woH as
ttiflt the iIm-o tvaa run In a illswiili'rly
. manner. Tliore wore alxo netillonn from
i isliN'nl In that district asking that th
.f-tw he Rrnnied. Th rommlflnlonors
rvldnth ileckl.tl (hat tho cvkloncc
'. nfMlnit Hf w not sufficient to war-
a rfoaal of the llccnac, for tho
M mi tfc jtrantd.
'jj J "Royal" Stale Bread Depot
9 - Opt r 3 to 5 p. in. daily. Entrance on
I if Third So'jtb. Good bread very cheaD.
m ;I prospect.
I University Notes
.' !' Ti.f liimpm nd"H for the a ear have
!! 'I taw it up and the first ofAc-lnl nub'
JV '('HtlPn aa made. In the Chronic!-. Mon-
j iU TU- rules ar not trlnt;ent. and
' i I expected thai they will he enforced
t to ilif very letter.
'J TJi" official rule ax agreed upon by
J tlin I'umpun rule committor- follow:
i Vo Junior almll be permitted to wear
a mmliri'ro hat.
; r 1'nrh sophomore Khali pmvlde lilnix-lf
: ' with a nunilnc rel hat-hand not !). than
r our and one-half Inches wide, and wear
: il on hi hat whlln on I li eatnpuM. No
-phoinore linll wear a pombrorn lmt.
; , Si freHhrnan aha)! wear a hat of any
; Vinl untJI after "I"" day. A class cap
n Hdvoeaml. Knrh fre.hmn shall pro-
.... - l,,'e himself with an all-crecn tie. and
Iii'VI wear l( while on the rampii. A
, iii!fiini .-lyIe and -olor an advocated.
m .-lal atiidonla who do not fafildate
' u ihmiupIvk with any elaaK ahall be gov-
' tKS ' r""' ',y lho freahtnan nilca.
.7a ' Vt n nieetlnc of Iho eligibility commit-
U ': I' Monday, the mini en of the u,on on
jfl ! in" tiim koIiik lo Colorado were pnaaed
WH iHn. and It wiih found that every man
5K5 1 I u n'H ehiHwes ami Ik pIIkIM'
trips' Pl1 " nexl Salnrday. The minion of
"US w i.indldatt5 for ofllces on, the Chronlelo
MiSti l;iff wci alao considered, and. with only
ttcglij a few evceptlonj'. Iheso stiidcnta wore
oifif nlxo found to le ellRlhlo to I he ofllcea.
rtVH:' ''"hlH condition la a i;rent deal belter
f s5l ihan liaa often been the cane In former
i-ft? tears, when from ten (o twenty have
w'ol 'l'n ,ln ineligible at the last minute.
C$9 , 1'ief.ldenl J. T. Klncahtiry. who -has
"UiS ; l'"-n iilmi-nl from Ihe unlverHy for the
uYPS vhh i on dayM, has n:alii renimed. after
d;fci i haUntf lieen a enwt ai thn liiatiKUiiitlon
ofiS "r lesldeiu Lowell of Harvard, and hav-
,-lhi ' ,nr attended Iho convention of National
,3yj?:. Vworlatlons of State L'nlvcrsltles. In
-f i "
'kHs Three new men hnve been admitted lo
mtS i "'r 1' fraternity. The newly Initiated
trrfS re H. M. Draper. Lloyd Ilainren and
in I'lkr raekard.
um IMPOKTAXT PURPOSK
HACK OK AIEBTIXG
'. is .
tofbi f Ciovenior spry on Monday received an
e nrS Invitation lo attend as a delegate and
v- t :Htver (in aililrcss to the Western Slopo
Vt? ' nevclopmcnl congress which meets at
C Js . itrnnd .Itinellon. Colo.. Nov. 10 and II.
wlUJi The hip purpose of the conurefa la to
nillJB promote the InteieM of tho slato on tho
.kf ACKtrm .lopn of the Koeky mountalnN
i'm 'Jial to ci'iiie a bond Issue from eonqress
" -s .if $10,000,000 for the completion of the
w ; :oernment projects now under way In
ire to ' wet
Salt Like Statistics
Prlrr Cimiiui, 6W Som?rby street, Iww
Phillip Marcus, S Ouray 'urt. Bill
Miles N. llouph. 1C7 South Tenth Kal,
C. II. lklln. 7H Wejt North T dip e
CurtV IL Mkoii. K WVnt s. ..ti.j
South: fccd AS; atrtrer.
Infant of F. C. Coolnnn. St. Mill,
rwtfipltal; aRvd 2 days; hvmorrlisc
Sarah 1C Mays. Murray; sed -o, Lar'
Joerth JtUlder. county lnfllrmar . .ic -J
SO: Hnlle debility.
Otto Hreltlns. St. Mark's liosplta) ar.l
IS: carcinoma of stomach.
Alice Onsley. Mil South Fourth YVv
aged &; diabetes intlltus.
Oretta .1. AlldrfdRc. SIS Cannon trcrt.
sf?ed 6: apoplexy.
Corn J. Van iWen, MWvale; a-I 2iJ,
heart failure. .
L-von Uronson. 10 North Fifth Vcr.t.
acel 1; accidental huntlnc.
Oeorse H. Oumdrfx. Hk Grand tiAln,
a Red 24: append Icl Hi.
Anna M. Utinrl. I03S Princeton a- r.w
MS"il K-i; pnMimonla.
I. W. KeddliiKton. .Ir.. S07 Scoim a.i
nue; aped 32; Brisht's disease.
Horace Jennings and Mnrrel A- .lolmaon
K. II. Friend and Fern Joslln of Salt
I,n ke city.
Arthur ?nmuel.on. f 'alder's station, rnd
Alvera Lllvn. Mill Creek.
.1. A. Nolson nnd Kllsabeth Olsen of
Sail Lake City.
Anna M. Heed, two-story apart
ment house, 721 lSast Third
South street i 5.500
Real Estate Transfers. .
Cjcoiw ". Walt; t al to Charles
M. I'errv, part section li". town
ship '.' south, ranqif 1 east 5 2,000
C. Hay Hrndfonl et al to Michael
H. Nlelson. lots 11 and 12. block
2. Stute Street addition 4D0
Klrsten M. Sorensen to Christine
F. L. Holm, lot 7. block 3. Sher
wood Forest addition 500
Soren s. Ilohn et al to Kirsleu M.
Soremoii. lot S. block T., Sher
wood Forest addition I8n
Leon Pa vis et al to Ttobecca L.
Jluqhes, part of lot I. Wouk 1".
Ida I P 10
Joseph Bnumgurten el al lo Chris
Isaacson, part of lot d, block 11,
plat A 2o
William L. Johnson et al to May
K. Heeve, imrt lot 7, block 10,
plat H HO
Sail Lake Security and Trust Co.
lo David Ilazeltlne. lots IS and
lft. block ::. IJclmont subdivision 3,200
Dnvld Ilazeltlne lo Caroline Mar
quiiKlson. lots 1") and 16, block
V, Heimont's aubdlvison :!,100
Ann T. Beers to nobenui M.
Lovendahl. part of lot S. block
73. plat A 2.000
Alexander W. Steel ei al to Her
man J. ltollln, lots I and 12.
block ORden subdivision S00
W. !:. Hubbard to C. H. Andt.
lots fi. 7 ami S. block. 1, Colorado
Ceorce O. Nevins to Charles N.
Green, lot flS, Somocs' flvc-ncrc
Bardeu plat 10
Elizabeth 13. Rrown to John A.
Hurt, lot 1, block 2. Liberty
park pint H 1.000
lames F. Green t al to Mary G.
Arth, part lot 2. block 17. live
acre plat A 100
Jane S. Alford lo Lorenzo C.
Hengly. part of section 22. town
ship 1 south, rnnRC I east 1.000
Says Beaten by Boys.
That ho and his son, Hobeil, had been
attacked by a wiiik of youtiB rufllans
n.s they wero boIiib to their homo Sunday
night, was I ho burden of a story told to
Ihe police Monday morning by ChaiioH
Ncwson.- who lives at C",S West Third
North street. Ncwson was beaten about
the face and head. The pollen are look
ing for the gang of young toughs.
II A Clean Man i
I OuUirte cleanliness is less thon half the battle. A man msy jtfu&Hk
? crub himself a dozen times a dny, and still be unclean. Good AMnMalpm
'j &aalth means cleanliness not only outside, but inside. It means JRIbU' Wffik
Ha clean stomnch, clean bowcU, clean blood, n clean liver, and MffSrW
f ; new, clean, healthy tissues. The man who is clean in this way ffi wM&-(
S will look it nnd act it. He will work with energy and think JBH'J-'S
i clean, clcar.Jicaltliy thoughts. aB ML
lc will never be troubled with liver, Iunj, stomach or blood BnTpP
' j disorders. Dyspepsia and indigestion originate in unclean stoin- tj (llf -
I i schs. Hlood diseases are found where there is unclean blood.
A Consumption and bronchitis mean unclean lungs.
V Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
M prevents these diseases. It mokes u man's insides clean
' snd healthy. It cleans the digestive organs, makes pure,
If. I clcun blood, nnd clean, healthy flesh.
W " ' restores tone to the nervous system, and cures nervous exhaustion and
m " i prostration. It contains no alcohol or habit-forming drugs.
w ,? Constipation is the most unclean unclcanltnc.ss. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pel
j! : kts cure it. They never gripe. Easy to take ns candy.
V8tcr in " 1
ION, ! Salt Lake Electric SimMy Co.
151 Main Street
LC Special Sale! Patronize
Continued Home Industry
fiVSli For 1 Week More, :
'fi Oct. 18 to Oct 23. i .
ah"V ! This
rPeCir!C I Chandelier
j Two Light i Made right here
: pt, , in our own fac-
Srlv yH ?I'der I tor-" Finished
-4 S'V, u 15 1 in polished brass
$ $ last to be sold ,nd Matt.
I l 50 Best Quality.
I'AKE ELECTHIC SUPPLY CO. fZ
2 151 STREET.
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ODD FELLOWS OF IDAHO GATHER
FOR TWENTY-SEVENTH CONVENTION
0. G. MATIIEWSON,
Grand Master of tho Grand Lodge,
I. O. O. F., 1908-1909, Salmon Oily,
By C. E. AUNEY.
fcjpocJal lo Tlie Tribune.
J30ISIi, Ida., del. IS. The Intlo
pendoni. Order of Odd Fellows hold their
twcnly-sovcnth aiuinal meeting it L
Orap;cvilI( Jicpinninc tomorrow, t,'. !.
MHtbuwaou, pi. "tin I uiaslei'j of Salmon
City, will call Ihis mooting- lo order
anil preside over its four days' session,
while licorcc H. Handy, crand secre
tary, of Caldwell, will keep Ihe min
itlcs of Mm proceedings. Simultaneous
with this subordinate branch of tho or
der, the KncnmpiiuMit and the Jhinch
jtcrs of RcboUah will hold forth in an
Tho Odd Fellows is a groat order in
Idaho. There arc 7800 subordinate lodgo
member in Ihe state; (iOOO Daughters,
and twelve l-hicampiucnl members.
Thorc are l'0 subonlinate lodges. -17 En
cam fnncuts and H) Datig-htovs lodges.
HAPPENINGS IN THE POLICE COURT
Lured by a morldd curiosity, a large
crowd of spectators Mled tho seats in
,ludge Uowman's court Monday afternoon
lo witness Ihe disposal of tho few cases
on tho criminal docket. The crowd was
so large that the bailiir had to get extra
scats for some of tho prisoners.
.Mike ltyan told the court that he was
guilty of being drunk.' He also told the
court that ho was a bundlo wrapper In
one of the dry goods stores of tho city
and that when he had Mulshed wrapping
bundles Saturday night ho went out and
got outsidu of a bundle. Judge Ilowmaii
told him ho would' have to pay ?5 extra
for the extra bundle.
Albert Lemon was a cripple who wan
dered away from Ids farm, just oulsldc
tho city, and filled 'up on cheap whiskey
Saturday night. Ho told the court, that
he paid for all ho drank and that he
thought that the quality of tho goods
must have been bad. At any rati-, ho ad
milted falling out of the lmy wagon he
bud atl'-mpted to rldo home In. Ills faco
was badly scarred ami tho court dis--b.irged
1 HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
Th- boys' gymnasium classes will be
organized this week and the tlrst work
t.f the year will commence Thursday.
The boys of the freshman nnd sophoinoro
classes are compelled to take tho work,
hut It Is nnltfimil willi the innlors and
seniors. It. S. McNiece will have full
churgc of tho department.
The two chomlstry classes were united
.Monday morning and they will reel to to
gether tho temaliider of tho year. The
laborntory divisions will not be changed.
Prof. Clark says that some good chem
istry work should result rrom the com
bination. Another change hns boon made In the
junior class football team. The position
of captain was again vacant, so the class
met and elected Liob Wilson to lake
Krank bpenser's place. Tho team candi
dates mot Monday afternoon and decided
upon plans for tho season.
The trouble over the Junior class direc
tor for the girls' athletic association has
beon settled and Miss Cnrollnp Hurrows
won ouL Tho trouble nroso over the fact
that Miss nurrows Is a commercial stu
dent, and. therefore, had no right to hold
office in the association.
The football number or Ucd ami Black I
will be out Wednesday. October 27. Tho
different contests are causing great In
terest, and It will be a task for the slafr
to decide the winner of each. There are
eight designs in the cover contest, all of
which are worthy of publication.
The next high school dance will more
than likely be a junior class affair, as the i
members are talking a groat deal about !
a football dance. Tho class will not give
a pnrty this year. Tho oxecutlvo com
mittee will meet this weok.
The selection of tho senior class pin
will be made this week. Only class mem
bers who have paid class dues will be
allowed to take part In tho selection.
This will cause r numbor of students to
come through with back dues.
The girls of tho class basketball teams
will nTet this werk and nrrnnxe for the
class series that will be played the first
of next mouth.
A pioco of tlnnncl dampened with
Chnntberlain's Linimont and bound on
to ilia affected parts is superior to any
plaster. When troubled with lame
back or pains in tho side or chest give
It a trial and you arc certain to be
nioro than pleased with the prompt re
lief which it affords. This linimrui
also relieves rheumatic pains and is
ecrtain to please anyone suffering from i
that disease. Sold by all druggists.
Adult Blind Commission.
Dr. . S. IT. Allen. Josephine Morris
Rowan and Anitfc K. 1 lardy of Salt Lake
City ami C. J. ltos of Ogilen were ap
iMlntod hy CJov. Spry. .Monday, as mem
ber of the Utah commission for the '
adult blind, as provided by th- legisla
ture of l0!i. The governor Is the prenl- I
dnt of the commission, and Its purpose
is to provide, workshops and other means I
of Education and support far the adult
blimt of the state.
School Board's Junket.
The members of the city board of edu
cation. Monday, made an inspection trip
to the new Waaalcb school annex nnd
the nw JeiTaraon ochool. and wore blahly
plense-l wttb both Slntetuien. 'Cle- -.
V' !l .i'l'i V ! ! I. " l"-t ti; f, :
GEORGE II. HANDY,
Of Caldwell, Grand Secretary of the
Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F,, 1908-1909.
The subordinate linlgos of Idaho, dur
ing the last fiscal year, jwid out for
rofiof of tho sick and those in distress
tho sum of $''0,f52.". The receipts of
all these lodges for tho year tolal $KM,
1SS. Tin! total assets of all these, lodges
today amount lo $70,(100.
.Stephen Adams of Kathdrum will
preside as grand Patriarch over the en
campment, while Mrs. Mary (icorgo of
nellovuo will serve the assembly as
At this Craugoville meeting Hd J.
Phelns of .Salmon City will prnlutbly
bo elected grand master: C J. Johnson
of Poeatollo grand patriach, and Mrs.
Ella Home of Boise, president of the
Jerome, Hooding and May have dele
gates in this grand lodge 'meeting for
the first time, lodges having been in
stituted at theso three south Idaho
towns since the L9US mooting of the
.Slim Collins had been in Iho habit of
coming to the station to sleep at night
and getting drunk while in his bunk. He
drew thirty days.
12. A. Brown was charged with disturb
ing the peace, and arier he had pleaded
guilty to the charge and the court had
heard tho evidence In tho case, he was
lined $10. According to the evidence, he
had attempted to use a razor on a woman
whom he found coming out of the Ameri
can house on Commercial street in the
company of another negro.
Con O'Heare was chnrged with the bat
tery of the person of Jane Doe. Tho as
sault was alleged to have taken place
on Main street the night of October S.
Councilman -Martin and Attorney M. K.
Wilson wero tho witnesses In the ease.
After the jury had remained out a few
minutes, it returned a verdict of not
Kuilty. According to Lhe evidence of
O'Heare. who Is a railroad man, he had
been Jostling the women he found on tho
sidewalk while he was coining from the
postoflicc. north on Main street. John
Hoe Geffory. who was also arrested with
O'Heare, pleaded guilty lo the charge,
and was lined- S'Ja.
located back of tho Wasatch school at
l-'irst avenue and Ft street. The Jeffer
son school Is located Just below Nlnlll
South, between Main and West Temple
streets. When completed, it will he one
of the finest and most modern school
buildings in the city. It Is a concreto
building, with concrete lloors and stair
ways, making it absolutely fireproof
Advice to Women
j A Mcasagc front a Tamous Beauty Spe
1 cialist to Women Lacking in Eu
' crgy and "Vitality. j
t Thousands of women vainly attempt
ito improve. their complexion and to re '
moe blackheads, crows' feet and otlnr-j
Mi mishc-i. through the nse of cosmetics.
This treat meat fails because the trouble
i . far deeper ihan tho skin. TIicn are
MiflVriiig from impure anil impoverished
1J 1. This condition is in niaiiv caes
1iic to a catarrhal condition of the j
whole Mstciu which finds its expression
mi sillow, muddy complexion, dark cir '
clcd eve, general weakness of the mv
f in, and perhaps most plainly in the
W'-eping of mucous membranes that is
lomtnoiily called catarrh.
In fact this whole tendency is. prop
trlv speaking. Catarrh. Hiuiish this
latarrh. and the complexion will clear
as if by' magic, oyqs will brighten,
faces become rosy and shoulders erect.
Perfect beauty goes onlv with perfect
health, and perfect health for women
i ?! ii only be obtained through one cer
tain treatment that which will cure ea
Mine. Swift. New York, the famous
bt.uitv speciajist known throughout Ihe
world anil' an accepted authority on all
relating thereto, states that the one
positive and permanent .relief for ea
tarrh is L'exall Mueu-Toiie. Here is her
"I can stronglv endorse the claims
made for ICexnll Mucu-Tone as a cure
for systemic cajarrh. Its tonic ef
fects aro remarkable. It builds up the
strength and restores vitality. If wom
en who are tired and run down, lack
ing in energy and vitality, will uso
Rexall Mucu-Tone, they will praise as
I do its strengthening and healing
Hcxall Mueu Tono works through the
blood, acting thus upon the miiroun
cells the congestion and inllammat ion
of which causes local catarrh. This rem
edy causes poison to be expelled from
Ihe system, and the blood is purified
and revitalized. Thus the natural func
tions of the mucous cells are restored,
and the membranes are cleansed and
made strong. We know lhat Eexall
Mueu Tone does relievo catarrh. We
ptisilivoby guarantee to refund the
inone' paid us for this remedy in every
ease where the user is dissatisfied. It is
a builder of vigorous health and a cre
ator of good complexions. Trice ftO
cents and $1.00 per bottle. Mail orders
filled. It mny be obtained only at our
store The Koxall Store Smith Drug
Co, and Druehl & Fran ken.
S EC Pi ETA KY COLLETT URGES
Secretary rollett of the Manufacturers'
association is sending out I wo circular
letters lo members and the people of the
state calling their attention to the cam
paign for homo products that Is being
waged bv the association, and urging the
hearty co-operation of the citizens with
the organization In the movement. At
tention is called to (he advantage of
having manufactories in this state for
the utilization of native raw products.
A vote of thanks Is also extended to the
public for the Interest and support given
the association In tho past by tho citizens
of tho stale.
The second letter Invites manufactur
ers all over the state to become members
of the association for the good that can
be accomplished while working under or
ganization and the advantages of asso
ciation .with many of the leading manu
facturing concerns of the state. The let
ters contain a list of the members of the
association and the goods that arc manu
factured by each concern.
SAFETY EAZOE BLADES SHARP
ENED. Mail ns 12 blades and 3 dimes. We
sharpen and return next day. Me
chanical Sharpener Co., 129 Mercantile
Annex, Salt Lake Cit3'.
Press Olub Moving.
All members of lhe Press club of Salt
Lake City are receiving notice of the
opening of new rpinrlcrn of the club at
CI South Main street, over the Utah Gas
ftnd Coke company. Tim rooms are
prettily lilted up and are much more
cosy than the old tiunrters on the top
floor of the namberger building. The
place is close to the street, and it is
iioped lhat tho new rpni iters will prove
mora convenient for members. The rooms
wero opened Monday morning.
rJK 'aVV lAj ' fVVeV VfVyte: trtSa
t GARDNER DAIL.V NEW T
GT MAILORDEI5SPI2QMPTLY FILLED
i Weather Forecast for Today. Fair. S
'Plt. Wrong Methods f
f Can Not Be Right. I
fedjk. further apart than lhe J
!? Sf'5 right sort of store and
I the wrong sort.
V ,i The Gardner Store is
J f?i AJ not u 'ininc'1Hlc'" tl1'11 f
l 14 hZ ''tyft greets you perfunctor- j
Psti ''v 111CJISIU'CS yu lnc
I m.'i V M'WlftS fhauically and slyly ol- jj
i ' M$ bows vou io tIlc (loor' i
f vWi-, ml -: i: Jr&r ''4Mr Individual attention,
? Jt careful study of your J
jas"5 W needs, courteous sorv- j
X . P'A1' zdiB$ 'CC' u03 suggestions J j
I '-la. ; Iw! much entitled to as hi,'ii
f mh. JrelilVi inaliLy jukI correct j
e Mr There's a "homey" !
ifni"'f jPm atmosphere about this j
8& it Inon,en ylx -ross 1 !
'li'JJaw' 0lU' lul'CsaM- T j
vl -'$ri ' Jlls now we invite J J
' v , yur attention to our I j
t iKlm . 1 ' ' extensive lines of I'm-
f'V. tlerwear. Sweater-!.
j ': fv'l "Wool ilose, and espe-
I ft, Gardner Fall Suits.
I SbaP- $10' 10 '10'' I
We Are Across the Street from our Old Stand. j
OUR PLATFORM I I
The most up-to-date garments for men and women sold at
just as low prices as those at the "Cash" stores and our gener
ous credit system makes buying easy. '
IVo solicit comparison wo want .you to compare our women V
suits, men's suits, women's long coats, men's oVercoats with gar- U
ments in the "Gash" stores marked at the same prices you'll 1
find, we guarantee, (hat our qualities are better, and you can pay 1
while you wear them. That's Avhy all our customers arc so loud 9
in the acclamation that B
u "The payment way Is flic only way." j I
We Ask a Small Payment in Advance Then 1
$1.00 a Week I
$4.00 a Month I
Western Outfit Co.,! I
j,,,. The Qualily Slorc KS;; I
White Mock j
; Is iot only a satisfT- I
iug drink it is a pro- I
I tection to health.
Sold here exclusively.
I Splits, pints and quarts. I
I Joy II. Johnson. F. C. Schramm.
I Schramm - Johnson j
j Drugs j
5 WHERE THE CAES STOP ;
I Fifth South and Main. Jj
I West Temple and Second South j!
First West and South Temple !
Castle Gaie and
At 5.75 the Ton
You ought to gel some
before it storms.
Westeri Fuel Co.
(CRITCHLOW, FISCHER &
Cable Address: "Wesfuco."
Phones 719. 73 Main SI
q A carbon spot in a diamond Q j
docs not mar its brilliancy; It I
only mars itn value. Beware of j
carbon spots. !
Phone 65 for the correct time. '
ROWE & KELLY j
llavo moved across tlio streol, to j
117 MAIN STREET,
Next to tho Wostom Arms Si Snorting
Goods (!oin)fty. . j
WANT ADS I
ADDISON CASN I
OFFERS THIS H
For $2600.00 I
$25.00 per month.
Located near 0th So.
Upstairs is planned for 3 rooms, jH
Both Phonos. No Sunday bus!-
I Jyst Received I
For Sale H
I 500 ORSENTAL I
I I Have also Fish Moss,
J Fish G-lobes and Fish ! H
BAYT0N DRUG CO. : I
j jj Cor. 2nd South and Stata St.
Tlie Cliarlfoii 1
Onfliiters for Women I
122 So. Main H
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