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THE KEPUBLIO SUNDAY. MARCH 17. 1901.
THE LATEST STYLE DRESS, OR
THE NEW EASTER HAT . , .
Will not attract as much attention as our NEW LINE OF CARPETS,
LINOLEUMS AND MATTINGS that we will offer for one week only at
PRICES LOWER THAW EVER.
Lmoline Floor 0 I Cloth extra heavy, worth 45c at Qi
per yard lu2U
Big Bargain Imported Scotch Linoleum. 12 feet wide, only AQn
o more rolls, extra heavy, worth SI. 00, at, square yard.. tub
A Sna.p Inlaid Straw Mattings, not the cheap quality but theOQp
finest cotton chain, worth up to Goc yard; this week, at yd Ldb
Something New Ingrain Brussels cave Carpet, can be washed
Wears as good as a Brussels iarpet; JCn
and will not fade.
worth 45c a vard this week
ROOM SIZE RUGS.
Smith's Axminster Rugs, best
quality, size 9x12 feet, worth S2S
this week at $lo.3U
Eest quality Brussels Russ, size
9x12 feet, worth up to $21 this
INGRAIN STAIR CARPETS,
30c Ingrain Stair, this week I5C
40c Ingrain Stair, this week 23C
50c and GOc All-Wool Stair, 22
inch wide, at 39C
65c and 75c All-Wool Stair. 27
inch wide, at 45C
$1.00 Odd Brussels Stair Carpet,
no halls to match, at 59C
75c quality, this week 49c
S5c quality, this week . . . . 58C
SI. 25 Velvet Carpets, this
SI. 35 Axminster Carpets, this
27x54 Axminster Rug, worth $3
this week $1.95
30xGO best quality Wool Smyrna
Rugs, worth S3 50 at ..$(.95
3Gx72 Axminster, worth SG.50
at ' $3.45
Many Illinois Counties Decided
Upon Candidates for Munici
SPIRITED CONTESTS REPORTED.
Both Political Parties Will Pre
sent a Ticket in Nearly
All the Townships.
Nominating conventions were held Satur
day In many Illinois counties for the selec
tion of candidates for township tickets.
Both Democratic and Republican tickets
were named In almost all conventions.
Spirited contests were had In many points.
The following were the results by town-
n Greenup, 111., March 16. Greenup Town
ship Republican nominated the follonliig
ticket Saturday: Supervisor. L. A. Aldnch:
Town Clerk. George Calvert: Assessor,
Krskln Shull; Colector, J. W. Holt: Com
Vmissloner, v. T. Williams; Justices of the
" Peace. J. K. Dillon. Robert N. Button; Con
stables. Alt T. Brady, William Garrett.
? "WASHINGTON COL'.NTV.
f Nashville, III., March 16. Primaries were
'held In the townships throughout Washing
ton County Saturday afternoon, and tickets
,for the spring election placed in the field.
In Hoylcton Township the Democrats con
vened, while the Republicans of Nashville,
tcnedy and Beaucoup. townships named
their tickets. Citizens' conventions were
held In Pilot Knob. Plum Hill, Bolo, Irving
ton and Covington townships. The returns
are coming in slowly, and the results of
only a few townships were received here
Saturday night. The Republicans of vhls
township assembled In the Circuit Court
room and nominated their ticket. The only
comest or tne uay was lor collector, wir
KInmundy Township, this (Marlon) county,
this afternoon nominated the following
township tlcktt: Supervisor, Honorable
John F. Donovan; Clerk, James X. Burns'!:
Vsseasor. W. W. Nell; Constable. J, F.
K-eder; Justice of the Peace, E. G. Menden
hall; Trustee, Charles West.
Assumption. III., March 16. At the town
ship Democratic primars- Saturday the fol
lowing officers were nominated: Supervi
sor. 3. W. Morrison: Collector. Mike Don
ovan; Assessor, Jasper Craig; Clerk, Henry
Stuttsman; Justices of the Peace, J. A.
Turgeon and John Holmes; Constable,
Fred Kuhle and C. Cushlng.
1 BUNKER HILL.
Bunker Hill, 111., March 16. The Demo
crats of Bunker Hill Township held a pri
mary convention In this city Saturday and
nominated the following candidates for
township offices: Supervisor, A. D. Wood;
Clerk. Fred Crandal; Collector, William
Selm; Assessor, George H. Baker: Consta
bles, M. S. Coatney and A. C. Spelr: High
way Commissioner. Al Blvins.
The Republicans nominated the following
candidates for township offices: Supervisor,
R. H. Wood; Clerk, Charles Folkcrts; Col
lector, Joseph Mehr; Assessor. George
Prehn; Justices of the Peace. F. J. Stehlln
and R. O. Wood; Constables, .T. A. Baker
and John Thver: Highway Commissioner,
H. T. Zimmerman; School Trustee, C. C.
Ramsey. 111.. March 16. The Democrat"!
of Ramsev Township Saturday nomi
nated the following township ticket:
Suporvisor. G. E. Shutt; Town Clerk. J. C.
Llovd; Assessor. C. E. Strobel; Collector,
J. M. Brown; Justices of the Peace. C. .
Shutt and G. A. Beckett: Constables, R. II.
Grav and Hiram Richardson; Commissioner
of Highways, Joseph R. Cole.
Salem. III.. March 16. A spirited Demo
cratic primary election for, township ofti
ppn wn hi(! hprp Hnturdav. resulting in
the following nominations: Supervisor. Join
M. Green; Town Clerk. Fred Francis; A
sessor.. Willis Donoho; Collector, D. O.
Courson: Commissioner of Highways, Fran
cis M. Bowers: Justices of the Peace. O. F.
Evans and T. W. Williams; Constables, E.
W Brvunt and J. M. Phelns. Three hun
dred and eight votes were polled.
At the Republican Township Convention
the following township ticket was selected:
Supervisor. William J. Tweed; Clerk. O. F.
Telford; Assessor. George W. Farson; Col
lector. David Herschberger: Commissioner,
Rilev Farthing: Justices of the Peace. E.
C. Stele and Charles H. Wlllman: Con
stables. J. O. Harrison and I. B. Knight;
Trustee. John McMurray.
The election will be held April 2.
Charleston. 111., March 16. Republicans
and Democrats both held primaries Satur-
I uay Ulivniuui. uu huiihiioicu .ij t..ncio.
1 n5 rnllrms
na.t Ureat fcvent he "'7
and Sale of
An exhibit unparalleled in the annals of this great house a rich,
elaborate, comprehensive showing of all that's new and charming
in millinery creations. If you admire beautiful hats land of cortrse
you do), you'll find this an artistic treat-a feast for the eyes
au cuutmion m correct styles lor tue
spring of 1901.
The greatest milliners of Paris Mme.
Michnievic7-Turee, Mon. Virot, Linn
Faulkner, Ester Meyer, Madam Carlierl
ana v.ainuie Roger, are represented by
some of their most exquisite pattern hat's
wane ourowti corps of skilled milliners
have produced hundreds of delightful
creations that deserve to rank with the
most elaborate affairs from across the seas.
The imported pattern hats will be
offered at $10 to 625 about half what
other stows would ask for equal elegance.
Our policy opposes exorbitant nrices on
these creations just as strenuously as it
opposes exorbitant profits on our own
And to add interest to the Opening, we will offer this list of
Special Souvenir Bargains for To-Morrow.
QUR SPRING OPENING the event of the season-will occur to-morrow, Monday. The
near approach of Easter jonl three weeks away will make this event of more than
ordinary interest and not only the Millinery and Cloak Departments, but the entire store
will participate. The floral display will be lavish. Music will be furnished by Maurice
Spyer's string quintette. The store in
spring array will be a sight worth seeing.
No cards are issued. All are cordially invited.
'BOO dozen Ladies'
Splendid Kid Gloves
2-cIasp style em
soft, pliable skins
worm $i.uu Monday
200 Elegant Trimmed Hats No
two nltt.e matte on wire frames of
raid and chiffon fancy -.ttaw nets
on chiSon milllncrvnccs plain una
lit. ted chiH n. etc. turbans, toques
and flat effects -exquisitely set off
Witn roses, lounge and milllncrv nov
elties wrrth 17.50,
83 00 nnd t3 :-0 Special
for tne Opening,
Handsome Flitter Jet Crowns
on net 6 iliffeient des'gns -light in
weight beautiful for hat
Children's Legit am Hats with
f.mry edges trimmed with crimpl'-d
rn'non :! u aigrctta
wor:ii (I.9S bp cial
for :be Opening
is -Kent m
Flowers 2,000 bunches of beau
tltulcru-.h roses rose motitures with
foliate violet bouquets, vi-
oici anu rose ronage-creat
tjoletul north upto5Ae
Special for tho Opening, at.
Veiling 50 pieces of the newest
mcshcs'-'.badov and Tuxedo veiling.
wiin cnenn:e or veivat spots smart
est sprifti patterns -worm
ft): and ."9c a raid bpeclal
ror the Opening, at
per yard ,
Ribbon 50c Ribbon for 19c new
rich Roods 0 inihes wide licht, i'c
strable sbadcsiti tlneqimlitv tutted
punt, wnitc, iigm Diue. tuniuoise.
rca etc. tno ncig.'it or sty.'e
at a very spei ml I'rice rir
tlie opening worth soc '
Worth up to S3 each Z(c
on the bargain counter, at ... J Uv
Brand-new goods! Dainty! Klesant! The
lot comprises Satin Stocks, with delicate
chiffon lace bows Satin or Panne Velvet
Stocks, with jabots of crystal p:isie. plain
or plaited chiffon, all lace trimmed an im
mense assortment worth $1.30. $2, $2.30 and
$3 each special for the opening on the bar
gain counter ut 30c and those who come
earliest will have fullest assortment to se
For decorating the home, the table
and the altar. Made of fine French
crepe paper natural as life the kind
that created such a sensation the last
time we placed th'em on sale.
Easter Lilies of snowy white
ness, with long stems each .
Chrysanthemums in every color (
with leaves and long steins each Jv
Carnations all colors plenty of
leaves and long steins each. . .
Ham Relthor. Theodore Meyer and John P. Republican Mavor. J. W. Ramsey; At--Sackett
aspiring for the nomination. It torney. S. S Anderson: Clerk. Carl Mcr-
i was given to cacKeit on ine tnira Dauot by . rltt; Treasurer. oui uooowm.
Democratic Mavor. Doctor J. VV. Neal;
Attorney. T. N. Cofer: Cleric. Frank John
ston: Treasurer, u. vv. Kooerts.
a majority of seven. The rest of the ticket
u.M nominaiea Dy acclamation, ana is ns
follows: Town Clerk. Henry W. Flnke: As-
es!or. nenry -weans: supervisor. Henry
Open'ng Display of
Boys' Spring Clothing.
This Boys' Clothing business
moves forward with giant strides.
The volume of sales doubles with
each season. The new spring
showing eclipses all past efforts
overshadows all other boys'
clothing stocks in St. Louis. Our
leadership was never so pro
nounced. There's not even a
good second in the race for your
patronage. See these particularly?
Boys' Confirmation Suits
Grandest lino in fct. Louis swcllest
styles in black and blue ilay worsteds
an 1 -.erxes. suits with double-breusteil
coat nr.tl knee pants-others with sln-clc-breasfd
coats, vests and knee
pants-and long pintsults with either
single or double breasted coats
LoVir.".?:!?.c.s!n.. $4.95 to $15.00
Bovs' Double-Breasted Knee Suits Ages 7 to 16
years riuglnir In price from $'.48 to $10.00, 1I12 fabrics.
icmptKe all ih newest weaves nnd patterns -the tailor
ing is of the linen ibar.ictfr. and every garment has a
distinctive tvlc that elevates It above the (h A (1
commonp.uce We're particularly pi oud rfiiL U
of th's lii.c we show at j-r y
Boys' Three-Piece Suits Ages 9 to 16 suits
1 (insisting of single-breasted coat, vest and knee pants
it ta8 to Jliou: here are black clav worstcds-huid-some
blue serges unllni'sbei worsteds In striped flannel
effects and rooby scotch fabrlrs coats made with mili
tary shoulders and mnny of the vests are (ft O ii
dcuble-breasted. Wo call spec! il at- Jil lllf
te:iticn to the grott line -at J r v
X J F 1
Opening Exhibit of Spring
Fashions in Tha'
Cloak Smt Depi
We have been compelled to double the size of this department
indisputable evidence of the marvelous growth of this branch of our
business a success worthily won and that will be sturdily maintained.
We invite you to come to-morrow and
see this enlarged and beautiful department
and to inspect the array of rich and ex
clusive styles ve have prepared for your
It's a grand showing of ladies' and
misses' tailored suits, coats and dress
skirts, silk waists, wash waists and silk
petticoats and complete array of chil
dren's dresses, sailor suits, organdy and
The styles are exclusive with Famous
different and better than shown else
where, and the assortments are complete
as to color and size.
To make this op.ening a memorable one we have arranged a bril
liant list of
Special Values for To-Morrow, Monday.
Lailies Swagger Tailor-Made Ladies' Fine Silk Eton Coats
Suits, in the very latest fashions
for the Spring of 1901 high
class in every respect nnd worth
regularly 818 and -4 f ((
$20 special for 1 1131
the opening. . . W
Ladies' Very Rich Silk Dress
Skirts, made of best quality of
taffeta silk beautiful tucked
top with a graceful flare and
graduated rows of close ruch
inzs a stunner worth 815
and Eton Ulouse Coats all the rage
In the East made of taffeta sllir,
tucked all over body and sleeves-
large I'eau de hole reveres silk
gulmped on edge Blouie or Eton
style long- waisted
effects or;b JIu
special for the
150 Fine Silk Waists selected
styles from the myriad of rich and ex
clusive effects shown here of heavy
taffeta Silk all imaginable shades
and colors walslK tt.it regul&rlr
would sell up to S7.UJ
see these that we offer
at the special opening
Opening Exhibit of
Rogers, Peet Cos (N. Y.)
Men's Fine Suits.
It's the finest ready-tailored clothing in America
so conceded by all good dressers. We :ire sole agents
in St Louis. The spring showing is elaborate and
complete The prices are extremely C1C A 30
So POTTED PALMS AT COST.
-iXhe thousands of beautiful prepared palms used in the store decorations will
hfive-selfved-their purpose during the opening, and will be closed out to-morrow
at exactly what they cost us. They come in many tropical varieties Fan Leaf,
Sago, Macrozamia, Areco Palms, etc. all in cemented pots.
The selling will take place in our basement, and all palms will be cheerfully
delivered at your home. Note the prices. It's a splendid opportunity for you
to beautify your home at little cost.
Large mzc I leaves CAr
worth Sl.J5-for J7L
hupenor quality, 3 leaves
worth JI.S5J- AQr
i T" 7 V
with 3 leaves
for --.. ...
. Large size-3 leaves-
' worth 65c for.
Large size 4 leaves l1!.
worth 85c for JJl
Large size 6 leaves AH r
worth tl.SS for H-l I
Large size 4 leaves
worth SI.35 for
Extraordinary specimens i
large leaves worth A tin
Fan-Leaf Palm Trees -0
feet high 8 leaves green
painted tuo worth M AQ
Blown Qlatt Aquarium, like
cut. with two gold ttsii
worth 11; special
Separate dald Ffifi-Ail se
icciea. naruy siock
Small sin -worth
Medium tlze Iftr
wortuSic, for, lJ
Larslxe 0 Cr
worth 45c, for AJl
Special values to keep step with
our Palm Sa,
Earthenware Jardinieres Va
rious color effects, glaed 1A
finish; worth Sic-for l,
decorated in goui and bronz-.
newest effects: 6-fn. size: 1 P.
wo'th S3c-for. ljl
Handsome Jardinieres In mot
tled odionnts and glaze effects:
C different shupes: 7-inch OOr
size: hoi th 59;. at Z"L
Variety of Sample Jardlnleres
Every coucctvanle shape .'ml
rolor; worth II iu to ft Q
IAU0, for V5C
300 Sweet Slozing Canaries,
rrora the llartz Mou.ni.ilos.
Germany all selected sin
Canary Birds, in wood cage:
north i3.:n. 1 flQ
Canary, with hindsonic.
brpss cage: worth r rv
1159. for Z.3V
Brass Bird Cases, with screen
cloth g'iard large 1 O'T
size worth fa5...i.O
Another Gre&t Purchase of
Ladies Lecher Shoes.
About 800 pairs remnant lines of this spring's
shoes gathered in from a leading Cincinnati
manufacturer at close to half-price. Not samples
but full run of sizes from 2i to 7 C, D and E
widths lace styles and latest shapes. The lot
Pat:nt Leather Shoes with
Imperial kid tops
Patent Leather Shoes withi
kid or cloth top in fancy scrollf
Patent Leather Shoe Hf
ioxed vamp and extension solesl
Ladies' Patent Leather Ox
fords with heavy soles...
Worth $250 and $3.00.
FREE A? elegant souvenir
little patent leather
shoe like cut made of Carls
b id chma and imported direct
ly by Famous suitable for
curio cabinet or match-bolder
free Monday with all pur
chases of shoes at $1 OJ or over.
Special' Corsets at 47c.
Monday in that newly enlarged corset depart
ment on the third floor, 200 dozen ventilated
summer corsets Empire, short hip and me
dhim length a splendid corset worth np to
75c Special for the opening M wm
day, at Tf C
Sanders; Highway Commissioner.
iKiecnman; school Trustee.
New ton P.
iJones: Justice of the Peace, Kdward H.
..Wehmcyer and Hiram N. Koundtrce; Con-
ftaDie. james . uonr.in and Herman H. ,it,. ,,.,- nnmin.ntpd Ratuninv n ri
Meyer. At a large and enthusiastic meet- l ,",?,.
Ituj the Democrats of Iloyleton Township . Tj;moPratlc-CIerk. A. M. Sinclair: Asscs-
Baiuroay auernoon nominaieu tne. ioliqvv- . Knr, T. j. Tohnson: Collector. P. W. Booth
Atdprmen will be named at ward cau
cuses next Monday night.
Maitlnsvllle. 111.. March 1C Township
",mmmmm' . i , "
lnsr ticket: Clerk. Peter Fassbender: As
:eezsor. Henry Horst; Collector, John W'el
gel; Justices nf the Peace, William Rolf
,-and Henry Ellerbusch; Constable. James
JTaylor; Highway Commissioner, Fred Alt
choff. The Republicans of Beaucoup Town
ship In their primary Saturday afternoon
rTiomlnnted the following ticket: Supervisor,
H. D. Spencer: Town Clerk, G. Schmidt:
'Assessor. William Frcimuth: Collector.
Frank Scicorfski; Commissioner of High
ways. Ednard Wetzel; School Trustee. Hen
iry Eckerman (who Is also the Democratic
nominee); Justice of the Peace, John Brown;
Constable. Samuel Markham. .
" Moweaqua. I1L, March 16. Slow eaqua
Township Democratic nominations: Town
.Clerk. John Hartman: Assessor. John Cor
'rington; Collector, James Beard: Commls
fioner, Wheeler Adams: Justices of the
Peace. W. O. Colbort and T. J. Hammll.
Salem. 111.. March IS. The Republicans of
H Pare Rye WhUkcv
PWB It tastes
I H CAHN.BELT&CO,
J MARYLAND CUm
fciV jiij And ste that you ret it.
Commissioner. S. A. Taggart: Justices-
John Linn, Harry Buxbaum. Constables P.
T. Rodebaugh. J. T. TIchenor.
Republlran Clerk. C. H. 8ecrest; Asses
sor, U G. Fasig; Collector. W. F. Wood;
Commissioner. H. M. Cooper. Justices W.
C Howel. C. E. Balr. Constables U M.
Wilson. T. P. Cleaver.
Litchfield. 111.. March 16 The Democrats
of North and South Litchfield townships
held their primaries Saturday afternoon to
select candidates for the township offices.
On the North Side the result showed the
following: Assistant Supervisor. D. A.
Blackwelder: Town Clerk. John T. Shlnd
ler; Assessor, W. J. Sammons; Collector.
John P. Vaughn; Highway Commissioner,
Chris Uhlenhope. Constables W. T. Cum
mlngs. John Smithson and Ira Rubert. Jus
tices of the Peace W. Charles, G. D. Tay
lor and J. R. Ament.
The South Litchfield nominations are:
To.vn Clerk. Thomas Saathof; Assessor,
Jame3 lteoves; collector, Joseph Welsh
Smith: Constables. John Vxxo6 George
A. Wall: School Trustee. F. It Jackson.
Pound Master, Dug Jones.
.... .t... tii i.ii ifiThn Reniiblic-
-'"-VJ.1' il.:?. "S."L." i.V .T-i.l .hlr nrl-
township tickets were nominated Saturday:
Democratlc-Suporvlscr, A. P. Forsythe;
Clerk. Frank Hippard; Assessor. T. .
OrndorfT; Colector, Jamei Gowl; Commis
sioner, Joseph Ferry; Justices of the Peace,
J. W. Williams and A. H. Michael; Con
ctnMoo m v. mil nnd Tom Knight.
' ... . ,.in i.aIi iho r Tin- d.i-.. -' -. "-.- . ., ..-, ..
ans or uiny v-ny i"""?"" 'is,"" Vfinwlna Repub cans-Supervisor, isaman "pnt
mary convention Saturday. The follow ina; cer John or,,,,. Assessor,, Ben Bier-
tnnahln nfllcei: SuDervisor, A. Huniej ,
Mic-h-Trnv Cnrnmissloner Simnpl RrMrroi: Saturday afternoon nnu nomiimieu uie iur
SStahk RrarkSwck TjusilL BorrdSnf Jowlng ticket, to be voted on at the town-
Clerk. Alba Evans; Assessor. Thomas
Schughnm; Collector. Oscar Skellon: Com
missioner of Highways. R. H. :
tlces of the Peace. Georpe H. Rubins. CD.
Pennybaker. John A. Bates; Constable,
William Anderson, Charles Bnrtholemew,
John D. Bates.
Carlinville. 111.. March 16.-Democrats of
Shaws Point Township. In the eastern part
of Macoupin County, nominated the follow
ing township ticket Saturday afternoon:
Town Clerk. Joseph Baylls; Assessor. I M.
English: Commissioner. Ed F. Bloorae,
School Trustee. William Hess: Justices of
the Peace. G. P. Hamilton and Wood Cra-
mCr MOliXT vEnxox.
Mount Vernon. 111.. March 16 The Repub
licans of Mount Vernon Township met in
mass convention at the Courthouse here
Saturday afternoon nnd nominated the fol-
Constablc. E. Klrkoatrlck; Justice of the
Peace. P. D. Gooch:"
The Republicans of South Litchfield Town
ship nominated the following candidates
Saturday afternoon: Town Clerk. F. A.
Grubbs: Collector. Chris Mumme: Highway
Commissioner. Asa Knndle; Constable, Jo
seph McAfee; Justice of the Peace, A. Bro
ktw. GRAY TOWXSHIP.
Gntyville. 111., March 16. The Democratic
rimary or Gray Township was held here
aturday and the following ticket was
tamed: Town Clerk. J. E. Millar; Assessor.
J. G. Edwards: Collector. James B. Craw
ford, .'ustlces of the Peace A. V. Drlccers.
J. A. Puntney. Constables Tom Curtis, J.
W. Short. Commissioner of Highways, Ja
The Republicans nominated the following
ttMrat- Trtwn f'lprlr Xrt Pnhlnenii' Aocficn..
I A. Fcarn: Collector. J. F. Schalcli. Justices
or tne Peace George w. Hiwyn. William
Record. Constables C. H. Wright. Joe
Wicker: Commissioner of Highways, Bailey
Mulberry Grove, III.. March 16. The Dem
ocrats nominated the following ticket Sat
urday: Supervisor. David Grigg: Town
Clerk, E. Durr;-Collector. William Perkins;
Assessor, Lawrence Elmore; Justice, A. J.
This is a strong Democratic township and
a nomination Is equivalent to election.
Rldgway, III.. March 16. Pursuant to calli
the .Republicans of Rldgway Townahip mef
In mass convention here Saturday and nom
inated a full ticket, as follows: Supervisor,
lf Tt' OMtttVta A nfAiMAK 17 a"? llfli Hnl.
lector." Ed Rice; Cleric. K. R. Pillow: Hlgh-
stifn nlrtfttnn Tllpsrlnv. Arjrll 2l
Supervisor. E. M.- Walker: Assistant Su
pervisora. Alonzo Payne and H. R. Allen;
Town Clerk. Winnie Davis; Asscasor. Al
bert Polk: Collector. William Clark; Com
missioner of Highways. T. C. Moss: Jus
tices cf the Peace, Lawler R. Legge, W. W.
Anderson, Richard McBrlde, J. B. Logan,
Thomas Caborn; Constables. Robert E
Reed, Henry Frank, William Hagler. H. T.
Bodcn. John Highsmlth: School Trustee, H.
C. Massey: Pound Master, William Klump.
Arandalla. 111.. March 16 The Democrats
of Vondalla Township met In convention
here Saturday and nominated the following
ticket: Supervisor. J. J, Prater; Town
Clerk. C. C. Welstllng; Assessor. T. C.
Mills; Collector, J. W. Eaklns; Commis
sioner of Highways. John Bunyard; Con
stables, G.. F. Ralston and J. F. Stubble
field; Justices of the Peace. D. A. Wate--man
and Joseph Clark: School Trustee, W.
K. Walton. The Republicans will hold their
convention next Monday.
Altamont. III., March 16. The Democrats
or Mound Township in their Primary Con
vention Saturday nominated the following
ticket: Supervisor, M. B. Brown: Town
Clerk. J. E. Rhoades; Assessor. P. Q. Bur
row; Collector, W. L. Laatsch; Justices of
the Poaee. G. H. MHlesvIIle and F. M.
Schilling; Constable. A. Kepner and John
Alswald; School Trustee. Daniel Needham.
The Republicans nominated the following
ticket: Supervisor, C- E. Munday; Town
Clerk. I. A. Sprinkle: Assessor, Eblers: Col
lector, N. Leltzell: Commissioner of High
ways. George Gillespie; Justices of the
Peace. G. W. Gwln and G. Bailie; Consta
bles, Allen Hlpschire and William Buch
hobt; School Trustee. George KUtzlng.
wav Commissioner. John Bruce: Justices I republic SPECIAL.
, ii. j. jiempnui ana jonn r . .viarsmui, hi., aiarcn U.-7HI louowing;
baum: Collector. Robert II. Black; Com-
Tuylorville. III., March 16. the following;
township tickets were nominated here Sat
Republican Supervisor. Gavin-- Adams;
Town Clerk. W. H. McGahan: Collector.
Henry Lar.gley:' Assessor. George Allen; i
Justices of the Peace. W. J. Denton. Leslio J
J. Taylor, J. B.iGor nnd Curtis E. Abrama;
Constames. i. j. Langiey. o. r,nsieuuw. Li
bert Pollock and H. L. Wllleyt'CornmlssIon
cr of Highways. F. H. Vfckerson.
Democratic Supervisor. A. '8. ' Martin:
Town Clerk, James E. Mills; Collector. E.
F. Adams; Assessor. W. W. Purcell; Jus
tices of the Peace, Christian Ramseyer. W.
E. Handle. J. E. Wade and W. A. A bell;
Constables. C. C. Krumslck. L. J. Traylor.
A. R. Clark and B. F. Davis; Commission
er of Highways, A. M. Alexander.
Sandoval. 111.. March 16. Democrats of
Sandoval Township. Saturday, nominated
for Supervisor, John A. Dodds; Clerk,
Charles Nelson: Collector. William Hatha
way: Assessor, Fred Bohner: Highway
Commissioners. Thomas J. Eaglln nnd Rob
ert I Splcer; Justices of the Peace, Doctor
James Hunter and L. C. Ruby; Constable.
The Republican ticket is: Supervisor,
William r. Wilson: Clerk. E. C. Strang;
Collector, Forrest W. Davidson; Assessor,
D. M. Peters: Commissioners' or Highways,
George Otterbeck and George O. Wilson;
Justices of the Peace. M. M. Pate and L
T. Skeen: Constable. Fred W. Taylor.
Ashley. HI.. March 16. The Democratic
and Republican township conventions were
held Saturday and nominated the following
ticket: Democrats Floyd Perller, Super
visor; Alford Stevens, Clerk: James Couller,
Assessor: W. M. Crow, Collector; J. F. Mc
Caully, Commissioner of Highways; R. F.
Benigman and Lewis Mandlnger, Justices of
the Peace; George Guyman and W. R. Mc
Kenzie, Copstables; Trustee of Schools,
ReDUbllcans J. H. Norton. Supervisor:
James H. Woodrome Assessor; Peter Et-
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1 Pair Springs a.oo
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1 Pair Feather Pillows
1 Handsome Carpet ,
2 Pair Lace Curtains, J1.50 each
2 Chairs, cane seat, 73c each
1 Fancy Rocker
1 Handsome Parlor Suit
1 Good Brussels Carpet
1 Center Table
2 Pair Lace Curtains
1 Kitchen Safe
1 Kitchen Table
1 Cook Stove
2 Kitchen Chairs .'
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ling. Collector: Chris Etllng. Commissioner
of Highways; J. L. Shanks and N. C. Bar
rett, Justices of the Peace; L. A. McN'ail
and J. K. Ferguson, Constables; Ed Selbert,
Trustee of Schools.
The Republicans elected a new Central
Committee, composed of F. E. Obryant, C.
B. Gelger, N. C. Barrett, J. L- Shanks and
C. H. Brown.
Centralla. 111.. March 18. The Citizens
and Republican township tickets were nom
inated to-day. The Citizens is: Supervisor.
Joseph Elliott; Assistant Supervisor, Fred
Nlemani.lerk, D. H. Pitts ; "Assessor, Isaac
Anderlck; School Trustee. John Woods; Democratic municipal ticket was nomlnntori
Justices of the Peace. Sam Phillips, Peter Saturday: Mavor. Georte W z1ihnMT?4f 5
3,1. ueeos josepn uuiott. cnaries itoot. Clerk. Henry C. Wolf: Citv Trois rr K.T
I T?eL5us,,JMurpl:J'vc,tJVAttorney. WIHIarr
Chnrles Jones: Constables. Georce Bradlev.
John Mathls, Harvey Fyke, James Fitz
patiick, Merritt Ray; Highway Commis
sioner, George Wright.
Republican ticket: Supervisor, John Rob
ertson; Assistant" Supervior, Harry Lan
guish; Clerk. Charles Greer; Assessor.
James Kennedy; Justices of the Peace, W.
p. Wente. W. R- Jones. Josenh Skipper.
1 Jeremiah Logan. A. J. Smith; Constables,
M. Duncan, Kit liaDO, u. u. ratten, uenj--.
Patterson; Highway Commissioner, John
Waterloo, 111., March 16. The following-
E. Erd: Aldermen. .TnsPT.h w r. V""5
Pleper and Benjamin Rickerman.
Bloomlngton. I1L. March 16. The Repub
lican city primaries Saturday, conducted un
der the new law, brought out an immense
ypte. The fight for the nomination for
Mayor was very exciting. Louis B. Ttibm
as. the present Mayor, has won a decisive
victory over C. F. Koch, carrying every
precinct but two. For qty Clerk Charles
C. Ha3slex has the majority:
Flora. I1L. March lt-The Democracy of
Harter Township met Saturday In raw
convention and nominated the following
candidates for township officers, to be voUd
for on April 2: Supervisor. Joseph E. Day:
T??. mniam Erittenbach; Assessor.
Martin T. Snyder: Collector. Charles H
Greenwood; Commissioner of Highways.
Samuel Walton; Justices of the JPeace, Joe
Vfnd,and T- J- Clark5 Constables.
Charlea GUliland and A G. Davij.
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