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Prtiay COmts Plgurae Upon
Nro! of Lag Nationmal Ulotlon
ROOaIEVLT'S OREAT V4CTORY
Ttal Vet Ne.ly Hat a Milllon Lse
Thtn M II -DOmwrente Stay
ed at Home.
Chiaoo. Dec. 32--The oliclal can
vM of the vote cast November Ith
for preidatial electors wau omple
*d today, when the result was an
eoaMd nla Minnesota, North Dakota
and Waahlngtou. Tm Assoclated
PIte In therefore able to give the
nrst tabl giving the official vote of
the 45 states. The total vote is 13,
608,406, aganst 13,9U .74 In 1900-a
The blots were divided as fol
Roomvelf Repiubican........ ,7',ss.
Parks Democrat ..........5,080,064
Debe, Soetalist ............. 391,587
Swallow, Proklbitionlt ..... 260,203
Watson, People ........... 114,637
Oorrega, Socialist Labor.... 33,463
Holomb, Continental Labor. 830
Roosevelt received over all 1,746,768
and'over Parker 2,547,578. In 1900
McKlaley had 467,046 more than all
th her candidates and 836,984 more
The vote for Roosevelt uwa 409,822
more than for MpKlnley, while that
for Parker was 1,77.77 less than for
Bryan. McKinley polled more votes
than Roosevelt In Alabama, Ueorgla,
Kenteky, Loulsiaea, Maine, Mar)
land, Mislslppl, New Hampshire,
North CarUla, South Carolina, Ten
seeeW Texas and Virginia. Roose
velt got more than McKinley in the
other s states.
Parker rcelved more votes than
hrya In Delaware, Georgia, Missis
ippl. New Jersey, New York, Rhode
Ilsae, louth Carolina and West Vir.
gala, while Bryan got more than
Parker In the remalnln t7 states.
The Republicans made gains over
their vote in 1900 in 32 states, and
the offal flures show losses in 13.
The total apln of the Republcans
were 713,048 and the total loses 312,
249; ant gain, 419,7.
The Democrats polled more votes
in eight states than In 1900 but less
in 37. The total ains were 0,792,
and the total losses were 1,91,491;
net los, 1,00,99.
Wtson received his largest vote
in Georgia, the total In that state, 22,
64, with 20,608 In Nebraska, being
early one-third of his aggregte, 114,
Sa?. Barker polled 60,218 In 1900.
The prohibition vote in 1900 was 208.
791; in November, 260,303, a gain of
Four years ago the Soclallsts ha'l
n electoral ticket In 32 states and
polled 87.769 voces. This year they
had x ticket in 46 staLfb and the Debe
vote was 391,587. In 1900 over 5,000
votes were polled In only California,
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Mas
achusetts, Missouri and New York.
In November Debs got over 5,000 In
California, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kan
as, Massachusetts, Michiglan Minno
sota. Mpeoarl, Montana, Nebraska,
New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Oregon.
Penahylveanti Utah, Washington an
Wai.onlin, the largest number, 69,
26,. In Illiols.
The vote of the Socealist-Labor
Durty I 1900 was $9,4. This year
It was 3,4U, a loss of ,491 In these
state: Colorado US, Connecticut
176, Illinois 4.69 Indians 1,59, Ken
tuky 5, Massachusetts 2150, Michi
Pa 1.01X, Minnesota 974, Missour 1,
875, New Jerey 2,80, New York 9,
27, Ohio 38,. Pennsylvanla l2,1.
Rhode Islad 388. Texa 421, Virgin
Ia u.. Washington 1,592, Wsconsin
T*i Continental Labor party had
adlherets only In llinois, really Chl
eao, where 8UO votes were polled.
Is a faclaUting and inlvioratIng
p-ti-. It deelops not the body on
ly, but the mind. hT Alpine peaks
of wltserlaad have their eounterput
la our own oeatry, In the Sierras,
Ie Om-des sad part of the Rockie
The grtest glacal peak o tho
UVl. States is Mt Ralater In Wash
tasts, more than 14,00 feet high
Tho ma-alloest mountal has 15 or
mon isant lacer creeping down Its
ies and disharglng their sldoal
detrts Into the Colombia river or
A eUmb to th smmit of this peak
Is a mountalatering feat worthy of
asy oustalaeer. For 2 eents A. M.
klead, Uwral Passenger Aent of
the Northern Pacific railway, t. Paul,
Mia., will send to san addres an
hUlttated booklet ealed "Climbing
Mt. galer" describing a climb over
at glade to the tol of the moun
Pitling Foley'. Honey and Tar.
fley & Ce., lhocago, ortgnated
Hncay and Tar as a throat and lung
remedy, and on account of the great
mert and popularity of obley's Honey
and T'r many imitations are otered
for e genne. Ask for rley's Hon
ey nd Tar and refuse any substitute
ofer, as no other preparaton will
give the same satlsbotaa. It is mild
ly tlUve. It contains no opiates and
i safest for childrae and dlicate per
sons. Wilo & MeKeehnte. Fo.
Dewn the Ladder.
Top years ao JoeeOh Mulhatton
was one of the most proepero and
suceledsfl travelig salesmea nto the
country. He recslved a salary of $16.
000 a year with an epense aeeount
almost as large. Today he sits in a
squalid cell In the ean Prancaco po
lice station answering to the charge
of steallng an overoat. Ten years
ao this man set the styles. He was
somewhat of a Bean Brummel and his
"glad clothes" were up to date. When
on the road he l= ed like a prince.
No car or high-priced hotel was too
good for him. Today he is clothed In
rap. He is a physical wreck. Bloat.
ed, bleary-eyed, nerve4hattered and
dirty, he sits on his bench and Is
scareely able to tell his name. Ten
years ao Joseph Mauhattou was the
beet reconteur In the country. His
storte-the Invealoa of an .Inealoru
Mnld and ready wit-we prted it
all of the newspapers sad oe of
th m are till olta the remds o the
prIe He was proud of the title,
"Bist Mar ok earth." His storie
set the whole country laughing. In
a few weeks, at best, Joe Mulhatton
will die. And some d cUtn student
may take that stull his hands and
say. "Ala poor Yorick." What
brouht about the change in Mulhat
tan? He was one type of the "good
fellow." To be this sort of good fel
low you must do as the other fellows
do, if not more so. Mulhattoa went
the limit.-St. Paul Daily News.
Chronic Catarrh Cured..
Your drugist absolutely guarlntees
Bunsaes etarrh cure to cure any ce
of starrkh ad he will refund your
onsey where It falls to cure any cae
of chronlc catarrh. no matter of how
long standlan. One application gives
ease and ret. Bunsen's catarrh cure
contalns no narcotic and is the only
astarrb cure sold on a poeltive guar
antee. Buasen's catarrh cure; nocure
no pay. Price 50 cents. For sale bx
Wilson & McKechnle. Be.
The 8hpere' Leek eq Remedy.
lalread lawyers are butllag that
the papo.tea to dothe the latershtae
Commerer OomnlsuN with ast p.w
Or to mubsttute a Jest for as l.t
nte, subject omly to the mledas of
the couts Is revoltionary la that
It is ma bzeoUtio of judgaat Irre
speotive of the right of apeal. The
answer to this ight be that whew
ever o commsleloem aw at to order
a rate substitutio the courts are still
open to the carrier sad the blauatoa
remedy still applies Hoever, It the
posltios be take that the measure
proposed by the prvl. at be revelv
tioeary, may It not be more truthlflly
amid that the caudtlamn surromedla
the trasportation adustry of the ea.
tire county are revolutonary and u
pnoedeated ln history?
T.ea ago ratroade cempeted ia
the tr sense ol that term. Now
this has been ascomplioed seno a
community of stock oweership that
ompetiUtlo as to the fhlght rate, at
least, has all but entirely disappear
ed. Furtermore ,the legal sad treas
portat conditions an s that the
railroad itself Is the fnaal court of ap
peal whg the Jlstness of Its own
faeight raten s called Int question.
Commerelal lawyers might arsee that
a revoeltioary conditton has. bern
teakei when a party In Interest be.
comnea the final arbiter. Be this as It
ay, the shipper h today appeals
to the Icommi sIon or llt agalast
an emlesaoe or unjust freight rate is
tiactal7t without remedy ualnI the
railroads se it to obey the orders
f the o mmassion.
Au the aeommiasa can do Is to
polat out the abuse, sad themte skip
per met nely up puble oalplau
to mpel Its omrreetio. The virtual
ntilit atf appealing to the aommlmalo
for rele forom burea~ome huarges Is
baing dmemaestratd todayr I Chloago.
shere the comi. soba is taklgI evi
duese la the termll adse,
whlh has been nearly a on its
journey through that body to the
United States supreme court sad bck.
And should the oommlesuin naily de.
lode that the term.: charge it em
eadivo it Is poeble for the rahlroad
to reduce that charge so ttle as to
Inase the ai f tkh eommasoa
and the courts abortv.
With rate competitios ellminated
and human nature muahanpd it is
certain that the exoesive or unjust
rate will be moar commos than it
has bee la the past. Aeoprdiagly
those Ia fvor of Increased power
the commissio urge tha It It s not
revlutloary ,but simple Justice that
the shipper have as lmpartal and e
fcetlv tribunal to wh.le he may ap
leal. And they might add that the
"revoltion" had begun before the
president's m..age was written, for
the method oa correction that is advo.
anted is already as trial to the states
of Alabama Texas. North Dakots sad
North Oarola.-Chicago Record Her.
No Cads eq Pmeumela m nmeser.
* iso nEt know of a single sUatacee
where a * r cold resulted I
pm ma or or ur-rnk when1 0
s rney sad T r had bern tah
It rwU .omdi mad adds peiholy.
so do not tbsaearcus with SOWN m n
hamo pr. lea which Umy aeata
qlrtrasý r~i!h e eaomtlpatlem. a
coadltiom that retarue recovry fo
a sold. LAb for IbeYs Homey sad
Tar sad refuse amy inbstitute sured.
Wlmoa & cKseeahls. To.
The Oulshla ao lis Amerl Is Reve
Kest.cky apees have reently
chremlleed the dath u Mrs. uaes
Siriae r Bassett, "K.ateukr last
sad only daughter of the Atericas
revolutlos." Ms. kmnott was the
daughter of a revoutlem.ry soldier
sad perhaps tha ely one la Kesateky.
But there are yet hdreds of Dsa.
ters of the Amewrles Revolution
Keitesky sad Ia every other atM aof
the Unto. sad their aumber aireme
The real Darhteru the Ames."
e Revolatio are tos wous who
have the spirit f ', who hate tyna.
sy, sad who love Jstles.
You do mot aed to ssrek say s.
ealogiesl records to aid out who
thee daughters are. Their mases are
writte ean the rolls of tlpe Kat
al Righlt am cIatta sa orials'
tioa of womes which stands for the
ple for which the msas of 17
th- astios without represetes
ties Is tyraasy." The day will sever
come when It csa he sald of Ketueaky
that her "last sad only Deghter of
the Amerlcas Revolhtuo" Is dead,
and what is tres of Kestuacy Is true
of all her sister states.
A Ple.ent 'PII.
No pi1 is as pleasant and podltve
a DeWit' Little iOrly Risem. Do
fltts Lttl. irty Rsers are so mild
sad eletive that children, delleate
MIes sad weak people enjoy their
dearda elect, while strong people
ey ty aure the best liver pills sold.
old by I, C. Wilson, Lewistown sad
Woasn Have Seom Rights.
'Ra o hr the Chaego, Milwaukes
A It. Pual raleWU. It has advaced,
at ee lap, anty yetss to the led,
by pattlng eesMeatlsa ears which
haw eompartmeMts lur womes.
OritJaril a wem is pretty much
o asU itruder in a observat.~ es ar,
wh she has ve the m to fbt her
wayU L a the tebaoe smoke aud
tlmdl dy out a smdtwhoeh Isnt o0,
eumpid the tit of some Imperial
The Ire no doubt about It, the ~ost
eletive eswer to the mon who
ehaim Anesles to be a prade for
chivalry weal be to dres him W as
a womam sad make him speed two
Says U a Am eles rallwayr ash.
raest at Ir vilha 10 10 aw
arten#ts for mss to smoke - ad
4 loset for wome to dines ..
tm at a time, Is a lrtSirb.a
"hoe Ct. 0Lpantul
tier I, lDoaL
M@0es to MrS f . that thc
e dsh t inth tL Umg of tbe
Caaatr d nak of Ferguo
th Dur/o d eý a board of di
Ireton to UsUY tb. auminlag year and
the tun If d of la Other buuiuene
et A7 1ma 17 hr beagt before the
meotta$ w beedu as Yoadda, the
meoaE day of loam" . 1W6. ta the
diretoes' roeas of asd beak at $
o'deok p. .
Das at IAwlowm. Muutaaia. this
14th ty of Duember. 1904.
S3. WRUIGHT, Carter.
TO CHANSI BOUNTY LAW.
Pvrpedt$e Have . petion of
.INde Mad by s Offielal.
Hoelea. Dec. 19.-.ocme and
others convernaat with the facts con
cede that the presmt status of the
law em the subject of bolunty a wlid
animals ti unatsthetery, both by
tu arno the ft that morn uncer
talaty easl as to which of the sum.
eius alm dmemts that have been
adopted ,hagLuIg the law as It orIt
nally stood I the political code as
adopted I l ow, . In force, and
the hfuther fact that adequate prova.
Ion Is not made for carrying the law
The pr~osions of the act of 1903
creamtl the olics of county
ieý ýIs ames tiarerwp l
dl Is freiuently expelrened
n lading the sispector who wast.
4d, ad mo provslaom is made hor far
alislet the aeceseary blasks sad sta
tionery hr the per.rmamce of their
duties and the duty is Imposed upon
them without compensatom.
li view of the oadlitions It is be
lieved that a igmeral revislon of the
bounty law Is advisable, and to this
end a bill has been proposed which.
It Is hoped, will care the defoets now
eultlnl, and this is to be Introduced
at the comlag session u the legIla
The proposed bill repeals all euist
lag staates bearig aon the subject
of bounties, sad provide for the ap
polatmemt by the governor of a state
bounty ILspector, at a alary to be
ixed by the legislature. It provides
for the presentatio of skims for the
bounty thereon to the clerks In sub
stastally the same maaer as pro
vided in romer ets, the lerks, how
ever, merly lasulg a resenpt showlag
that tlh skls are held for laspection
by the'statd tnspector.
beiom six of the act provides that
the Ipector shll vilt each soesty
not dimmner than oame In G days for
the laspection of skims that have bees
It Is prlvided . usoolna sever of
the act that the laspeol. shall give
the lerks two weeks' ntles by mall
of th day when he will make a hi
spection, and the elerks In turn are
to notify the clamants of such date.
It I believed by the drafters of the
act that the opation of the bill
would result In a svis of from $10:
000 to $15,000 annually to the state.
It Ii stated by furriers and others
acqualnted with the facts that the
state pays annually large sum is n
boanties as hides brought from the
Interior of Canada, and that these
skins may readily be distinguished
from the hides of domeetle anmals
by a peson of expermence I handling
them. Those familiar with the habits
of the animale named In the bill say
that they rarely wander more than 30
or 40 miles from their accustomed
haunts. While, therefore, It would be
diloult to determine fraud from the
souree meationed when the anlmals
are killed close to the state line. yet
it is claimed that It could easily be
done when the hide are brought in
'ram Interior Ortlons of Canada.
The proposed bill fixes the bounty
at the lgares named in the et oat
1908: Wolves. $:; coyote pups and
wolf pups, $3; bear and mountain
Hlons $7 each.
The records of the slate board of
eaminers, as compiled by Ney N.
Davidson. clerk of the board, and giv
m in the Tribune a few days ago.
slow that during the year certlbiates
for the bounty as 131 bears have ben
Sied. At $7 each. this makes the
beunty on bear for the year 4.51.
Placing the average value of p
killed by the hears at $.P.5 ah
It is found that the bounty paid on
bears Is equvalest In vale of more
than 3,000 head of sheep.
No Mere wffering.
If you are troubled with indigestilo
et a bottle of Kodol DyspeOle Cure
sad Ne bow quickly, It will em you.
Geo. A. Thompes of peer, Isa.
sys: "Have bad dyupaels for 3
years. My ease was almost hoples.
Kodol Dyspepeis Care was recom
mended sad I sed a few bottles of
It and it I the only thing that has r
tiered me. Would not be without It.
Have doctored with lokal phydslsas
sad also at CIaoge. sad eves went
to Norway with hopes gettig some
rletf, but Kodol Dyspegsa Cure is
the only remedy that ha done me say
good, and I heartily reaommead It.
wy peros suffering with ladigee
tinc or dyspepis should use It." Sold
by I. C: Wlson, lewistowa and Kw
reen and Stranshan Win First Fall
kDtoe Supremes Court.
Helena, Dec. f1.-Peter Breen, of
Silver Bow, sad F. 3. Stranabaa, of
Choute, have scored the first pont
ia their aueties to have themselves
declared olbted district Judges il
their apetlve countes, the supreme
art toa llamra handed down a
delats hIn a not In the cases, with
Chief Jasles Bmretly dissenting. Th1
motio to quast sad the demurrer in
terposed by the respondents In the
case are overruled, and the respond
ate are gives fve days In which to
The point Involved tIn these cases
had never bee before the supreme
court nuttl it was preseated in the
mandamus proceedlng Instituted by
Mr. Buss and Mr. Stranshan. The
question is whether all of the distriet
udges of thi state must be elected
in the same year. In Mr. Breen's
ease, he broqght sult to compel Gov*
ernor JoseL K .Toole to issue to hin
a commilsion for the third Judgeship
ls Silver Bow county. He contended
that under the constitutlon Jodge Ja.
B. MeCleras's election two years ago
was not for the usual four year term,
but for two years, or until the eat
saeoral lestles, whih was that d
last moth. As he reelved thid4
highest vote for district judge It IS.
ver bow county, Mr. Breen coatends
that he should succeed to the pines
now elod by Judge McClermas, d.
spite the fet .that the eleotion Pm
lamatIo by Governor Toole die ..e
Icall J.I the election eo a thirdl g
!ai' W t .rh"h
Ia i\ pctli·
tIlooer t can
vasela A count
and dea ' et for
him for of the
Twelfth of d'ho,
tear a .iS Insists
that ~a y the term
of JUdg .the pres.
eat Inetathe , tads With
the peega although
the IovergY did not
call fo s district,
one should ~ ..le r,.".t
ed I b ~rnative
wriatof a bt ~ l bllican
jadiWal ageretam Ig riot left
the mattelr d l in the
bands ot a ti hat the
0mImittee all nllone
--.i. Idll rr-- i~ll\l yill(,
for the olee. lthat a
la.e aember a ast for
bim at dub""et hblt ,l in
-lost iastaae 114.t4l by
thbe eleetto J"eg id h the f,.
votes srtiW d d tie SIW boardl of
cavasags. _ .gt e . hi M. e w.re
Ignored by that body.
A @sLvr MitIb
Uluadem are ums~-umU0s expel.
sly.. Oomuimmo r Nb , i the
pr-m o a mumbo 4 B I never
# wining It vp take D..g N0Uhew
lABS PIN. 0r Dyupwi. Dtzzineu,
Headache, or ci 3 troubles.
They aue um e let theuSl. 25c at
Delsell Drug Co. fl.
CHANOIO HIS SITOSRY.
Meagr and Orie Mut Oed Trial
fer Ward Murtdn
Attorey J. W. Pr.e returned
yesterday ftre Wht Sulphur
Springs ars the Great Rt Tribune,
whre he appeared at the ahlminary
ezamiastlea of Alex. Ort Sad II. II.
Metsger, aeemid of HmHI omer
. Ward. In the ovealag emtber
28, at Ward's embla. bahIt Neihart
uad White Sulphur oth
were held for trial i O district
court, on heargs of inbt' in the
irst degre. , and ball wai fled.
Mr. Preman is atta hr Oriet
sad It was anticipated 3a5 Orlet
would plebably be gM eta
ger having stated soon the as.
rest that Or1it did sot 1 amything
to do with the erl.t had so
knowledge of It: but at .easamIaa
tion, Metasgr mhade an e denial
of his previous confeel He now
claims that nelther he mil Wrlet had
say part Ia the crime, S lider the
evidence secured by tMe cleers, It
was aseessry to hold Ng hbr trial.
Desse Could NotS Her.
"I had hidMae rear,"
wrlte Mrs. Raymoad of Sbel
tar, Whah. "s" d the id iot
help a. I traMd lokl.s Cure,
sad the very list doesw l me relief
ad I sa mow cred. I Manot may
too mush dor Pleys Cure."
It makee the dismsd sound
as the will efllmate the s from
the blood tles th this, good
health Is Imposlble. W1O. & Me.
WANT THOMAS H. GARTER.
Ipeak for Him Without llgard to
Washiaoten. Dee, l0 from
the west, without n ho party
alllatloas, seem to be asllous to
have Tom Crter retagged to the
senate from Montana. Snator Di.
bols of Idaho was sayfl the other
day that the lntermo country
would be strengthened by Cter's
election. "He has I gt," re.
marked Dubols, "and It b nyt erok
ed work he Is defeatel he w llbe
elected next time. The people ive a
way of gettlng what they want, ad
won't stand for deet of a amn to
please any partiular set of politl
beantor Dubols them related an ex
perleeah he had when he was eleeted.
As attempt wasmade to get s of
his own party mn away froa him,
and several republicans iprmptly
stated that "Dubols had won hIs t
In the state, and I It was proposed to
defeat him and dleet another ma of
his party, we will vote for him our
Senator Hasmbrough, of North
Dakota is another western ma who
is very nsh Lnterested In h elseo
tlon of Carter. Hnasborou and
Carter ease to ongresm tother.
They wert both members of the cele
brated PlftyGrst congress wha leed
was speaker. th were deeted
hor rsleeto s. l tasbrough being
refused a m tomlmatlm and arler a
ang at with the awful tide of 1-00,
whme the republlgeas were nearly
swept out of ealte Heasbgugh
ase to the semate immediatdy and
ear years later (arter follou dl
into the mes body. But gb
eagh has been twice reeleeti while
Carter's party was net nla powr when
his term eplsd. These men weorhed
together an legislation for the north
west, and now the senator leI
service is leamking frward with
are to the retur at his old eserads
THB PIrT SAILING
SATiRDAY. JANUARY as,
JAPAN, CHINA AND
THE PHILLIPINES ,
uik .ressly for the
Auiatie Trade by the...
T'e Largest and Finest Equipped
Itea.sahip ever built in
the United States. '
IP.r a eand prticulars. tall on oraddies
F. i. WHITNEY,
I Geo' Pass. and Ticket Agt.
St. Paul. MinnesOta.
WItet Local Agent of tite (Gest 3 I.
Stites ' Sued
Actl. Ii MLTOI
W. S. SMITH
* receiving this week a shipment of the HAMILTON
PIANO which he selected while in the east mNtly. If
you want a first clam piano at a reasonable prise all and
THE HAMILTON PIANO
and save from $75.00 to $100.00, as we ship direct from the
factory and have no middleman's profit to charge, no rents
and do our own selling and collecting. Save $100.00 and buy
the HAMILTON at oar
New Buildlg Nest to lbe Opera ouse.
W. & SWITH.
A Bright. Clean, New Stock of
Hardware is now being re
ceived by the
Xontoan Lumber Co.
E. L. PATERSON, Manager.
OENTRAL METr MARKET.
IIOkESlIE and kETIlh.
Fresh and Salt Meats,
Ash, and Optes In Sesn.
ABEL BROS. Prop's.
1hme 1. IA.
SPRING CREEK COAL CO.
After July let the odice of the
Sprilg Creek Coal Co. will be on the
corner of Fifth avenue ad Water
S Nstreet, recently vacated by the Moa n.
tans Lumber Co. The sealee will be
placed la frot of the licee and in
addition to handling the product of
the coal amlae, the company will deal
a wood, hay and grain.
SPRING CREEK COAL CO.
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HILOER & BUSENBURO
Owners of bulidlg very aftes pay higher premiums an their Ire
Inasrance than would be neaesary it structural change were made
We are espedeall well prepared to give advice on the reduction
of prmiums, wherevr possible from the position of property. Ina
surasee is a compliated matter which ca be satisfactorily hamdled
only b experiesed agents.
,00 acres recertiled scrip for sale; O acre lowt at $4.
Now Is the time to iat your stock with as for fall sales.
LAND . ATI ORNEY
Seed fr -our bnk n land mae , fee dNlrlutlee
ALLEGARETTI-there's something in s name after alL In this case it mesas
We have been fortunate in securing the exclusive agency for the famous Allgretti
candies and a full line of those deliecioun"Italian Beauties" has just been reseited.
Come in and try them-they are perfect.
If you cere for Lowney's or Roach's, we can supply you. Our stock of these goods
is absolItely fresh.
Candy is a new line for us but we will lead in this as we do in others.
DELZELL DRUG COMPANY
T Il5OPr.ADING DRUG STOeR
"Jss 1Sro.et and reosset Aveamse.
ATTORNEYI AT LAW
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PHYSImIAN AND SUMMION
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8 W. PINNOCK
ATTORNEY AT LAW
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COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE
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Ml . OWEN
PHYSICIAN AND SUREQON.
Oce st Win. Bamey's Store.
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