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LOWEE THAN EVER!!
12 different kinds of wide and narrow brim
Straw Hats; your choice, 75 cents worth $1.25
to 2.00. Mannilla Straw Hats, the very latest
stylo and the very thing to have for dress,. $1.50;
sold last year $3.00 to 3.50, and the beginning
of this season, $2.50 'to $3.00. 4 different
styles of Mannillas, your choice, $2.00 well
worth $3.00 to $3.50.
We bought our stock of Straw Hats this
year in large quantities, dirt cheap.
The People's Hatter.
The Daily Bulletin,
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticed in tnee coinmni, ten cenu per Una.
aach Insertion and whether marked or not, if calcu
lated to Toward any m&n'a bmineai Interest are
always paid for.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Burnett are at
An interesting communication from
Old Foy" is reserved for to-morrow.
Yesterday the flour mills of Messrs.
Charles Galigher & Son was again put in
Captain T. W. Shields . and daughter
returned yesterday morning. They had
been detainod on the way.
Remember parents, 50 cents gets a
chart of your child's brain or mind or busi
ness talcut, by Prof. Patty, at the Howard
Col. J. W. Parnmore and Mr. George
B. Ilibbard, of the Texas and St. Louis
narrow-gauge road, were guests at The Hal
Don't forget the sociablo to be given
by the ladies of tho Methodist church
to-morrow evening at tho residence of G.
D. Williamson. 2t
Messrs. Barclay Bros, are taking the
lead in Springfield block, Ohio levee, in
dressing up their business house with a
new coat of psiut.
A car load of flag-stone for the pave
ment of the walk in front of Mr. Peter
Nelf's now business houses on Commercial
avenue, arrived yesterday.
Mr. L. Pine, of the Singer manufac
turing company, arrived yesterday from
South Bend, on his periodical trip of in
spection of the works here.
Andrew Lohr's Genuine Aromatic Bel
fast Ginger Ale, a pure pleasant and
wholesomn temperance beverage, is now
sale on at the leading saloons. tf
A private school opened by Miss Nan
nie McKee in the Tenth street hall is flour
ishing, especially since tho close of the pub
lic schools. H'jr scholars now number
seventy-six mostly young children.
The author of the damaging Ftory
against a member of the new polico force,
referred to 111 yesterday's Bulletin as com
ing from one of the members of the old
police lorce who was not re-appointed, was
not Officer Martin.
A continued rapid rise in the rivers
will probably bo the result of the frequent,
unusually heitvy rains of the last few dayB.
Yesterday's rain here again measured over
two inches, which, in view of the fact that
very often we get hardly two inches in a
month, seems very remarkable.
I ho tngainy case against the negro
Collin, brought before Justico Osboru's
court Monday, was dismissed yesterday as
anticipated. This fact will not tend to
strengthen the marriage contract in the
minds of colored people among whom thn
marital vows and legal forms are very gen
crally flagrantly violated.
ootlicr caae that grew out of tho
general disturbance that pervaded "Pinch"
Saturday and Sunday nights was one in
which Emily Bowers charged Cora Ilauip
ton with threatening to poison the water in
tho former's cistern nnd thus kill herself
and family. The case was s-t for tiinl in
Justice Robinson's court yesterday, bu', the
prosecutors not appearing, it was dismissed.
The train on the Iron Mountain road,
which formerly arrived at the Union depot
here at 2 :38 p. m , now arrives at 10 :30 a.
m. There have been Bomo important
changes in tho running of trains on the
Gould By stem of roads within tho last few
weeks, some of which changes have caused
ditfaatist action in communities that were
injuriously affected by them.
The Poftmastor-General has ordend
that whenever any letter prepaid at less
than full postage, or any parcel of third or
fourth class matter not fully prepaid, is
iloiMMiltnJ at a mistofBce. it shu'l bo the
duty of tho postmaster to send lo tho per
arm addressed an official postal cud con
talning a notice of the detention and a re
quest to remit the proper amouut of postage
to entitle the letter or parcel to be forward
ed. This provision applies only to matter
which does not bear tho card or address of
the sender. Such card matter should be
returned immodiatoly to the party mailing
it. This order will take effect July 1, 1883.
Ilere is a hint for Cairo business men :
The Philadelphia Times asserts there is not
a merchant in Philadelphia with a profita
ble and growing trade, who does not pay
fully twice or thrico the price of his reut in
advertising, and thero is not a Binglc fail
ure in business where it was legitimately
conducted with sufficient capital and liber
ally advertised to the world through news
The two negro women who engaged in
a public exhibition of their prowess as
"sluggers," on Commercial avenue Monday
evening, marched voluntarily up to Magis
trate Coming's office yesterday and paid
each $5 and costs to appease the law they
had outraged. Their victim also consulted
a limb of the law about bringing action
against them under the state law, for assault
with intent to do bodily injury or to kill.
It is said by those who witnessed the affair
that the victim was the aggressor and that
the drubbing she got was a severe, though
to a great extent just, punishment for her
foul-mouthed abuse of her chastizers.
The circulars sent ont by Prof. Forbes,
the state etomologist, descriptive of the
new bug or worm that is injuring the
wheat, has been ridiculed by many wheat
buyers in this state who claim to believe
the bug an imaginary one, reported to telp
bull the wheat market for speculators.
These non-believers in Prof. Forbes' warn
ings call the insect described by him the
"Illinois 'Bull Bng.'" The editor of the
Jersey County Democrat has Been one of
theso bugs and describes it as "one-fourth
the size of a grain of wheat, of a pure
white color, that does its work near the root
under the leaf, cutting into the stalk,"
which dries it snd turning it brown.
In order to prove that the Democra's
of the lower house of the Illinois legisla
ture are neirly all in favor of high licenso
by local laws, the Springfield Register pub
lishes a list of the names of the Demo
cratic representatives and gives the opinion
of each on the subject of high licenso as ex
pressed to a reporter of the paper. Out of
the seventy-four Democrats, not more than
eleven would vote for low license at a
municipal election, while seven would vote
for a graded license and flfty-ono for high
license. Mr. Lincgar, being interviewed,
said "When in the city council I voted
against reducing the license from $250. I
am in favor of a reasonably high license."
Evidently in a fit of honest disgust at
the bold neglect of the public business and
the utter disregard of the just complaints
of the people because of the shameless
waste of their money, of which the Repub
lican majority at Springfield has, been
guiky for somo months, the Springfield
Journal editor gives vent to the following,
which is in direct contrast to former art
icles in which lie charged all these sins
against the Democratic minority: "A res
olution for final adjournment of the legis
lature on Juno 18, was adopted by the
house yesterday. It will probably remain
in the senate long enough for that body to
ascertain whether or not the house is liable
to get through with business by that time.
It will not bo able to do so if it breaks the
quorum to go and see Buflalo Bill, as it did
last week, or obstructs business for some
time in order to see fair play in a contest of
athletes, as it did yesterday. The specta
cie 0f tho representatives dispersing to a fat
men's foot race while the roll was being
called on the passago of a bill, was a novel
enhlbition'-Tho Journal editor, who is a
a Republican of the deepest dve.with whom
it U common to defend in his party associ-
&t, 9 what ho would denounce in the severest
terms if tho guilty party were of the oppo-
site political complexion, has, in a moment
of just wrath, allowed his pencil to write
Ida honest sentiments and to clear the
Democrats olthe house of tho unjust im
putations cast upon them in his former
I ... .
studied effusions. We ask those of our
Republican exchanges, which have been so
particular to copy every lino tho Journal
and other prejudiced newspapers have said
CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING,
ugainst tho Democratic minority at Spring
field, on tho score of obstructing and neg
lecting public business, to do tho inno
cent victims of their borrowed slanders the
moan justico of also copying tho abovo re
traction of their leading organ at tho Cap
itol city. Wo assure them that unless they
are dead to one of the noblest sentiments in
human nature, they will enjoy the small act
as much as their innocent victims and all
fair-minded men will.
A full text of tho Harper high license
bill as it passed tho tho house and was sent
to the senate, appears elsewhere in this is
sue and will bo read with interest. It is
barely possible that the objections to the
bill, both on the ground of constitutional
ity and public policy, will cause it to be
changed in tho senate, but the probability
is that it will g through and become a law
just as it is. This is tho more probable be
cause this bill is a machine Republican
measure, designed to harmonize the I'rohi
tionirtand liquor elements of tho party;
and that constitutional and legislative re
strictions or objections are naught to Re
publican legislators, when opposed to such
measures as this, is amply proven by the
outrageous manner in which this and other
similar bills were advanced step by step
through the house. The necessity for this
measure, or one like it, was made apparent
to the the Republican bosses in the late
state election, in which they nearly lost the
state by reason of the cowardly attitude of
the Republican leaders generally with ref
erence to tho liquor question, and the con
sequent disaffection of both the liquor and
Prohibitionist elements of the party. Al
tor a long, careful deliberation, in which
the fact that it would be political suicide
for the pary to longer ignore tho question
of Prohibition or no Prohibition, this dose
of legislative toddy, this fraudulent double
distilled whisky and water concoction, this
double-barrelled peice of legislative stupid
ity and partisan iniquity, was perpetrated
upon the people, in violation of plain par
liamentary and constitutional restrictions.
Aud this is to be the yoke, thrown over the
willing necks of the liquor and Prohibition
elements of the Republican party, by which
these are to mutually and meekly draw tho
Republican chariot on to victory at the
next electionl If the bill were fair in its
npperation upon those engaged in the busi
ness it assumes to regulate; if it did not do
just the reverse of what its projectors and
friends claim that aims to do; if it did not
place extra burdens upon the reputable and
responsible men engaged in the business and
give the scoundrels engaged in the stme
business all the advantage they could desire
over their more honorable competitors if,
in short, it established a uniform, reasona
bly high license then it would be tolera
ble, for thero are tot many of tho better
class of citizens who arc not in favor of a
reasonably high license for all liquor-dealers,
and the restrictions of the bill would
not then rest almost exclusively upon the
more honorable men engaged in the traffic.
It remains to be seem whether this open
prostitution of the legislative branch of
our state government, to the furtherance of
the selfish purposes of an unscrupulous par
tisan majority, is to receive the sanction of
the people at the p'dls next year or not.
FULL TEXT OF THE BILL.
The Harper bill as originally introduced
provided a uniform license of $500 tor all
kinds of liquors. Mr. Willoughby (Dcm.)
offered a resolution fixing tho rates at $300
for spirituous liquors and $250 for malt li-
-a a w , r 1 j t
quors. Mr. Morrison (.uep.; moveu 10 maice
the figures $130 for beer, $230 for beer and
wine, and $500 for stronger beverages. The
two outside figures were adopted, as seen
in section 2. Tho text of the measure as it
now goes the senate as follows:
A bill for an act to restrict the powers of
countress, cities, towns and villages in
licensing dram-shops, to provide for
granting a license to retail malt liquors
separately, and for punishing persons
holding such separate licenso for unlaw
ful sales and gifts.
Section 1. Be it enacted by the people of
the state of Illinois represented in the gen
eral assembly : That hereafter it shall uot
bo lawful for the corporate authorities of
any city, town or village in this state to
grant a license for tho keeping of a dram
shop except upon tho payment in advance
into the treasury of the city, town or village
granting tho licenso such sum as may be
determined by the respective authorities of
such city, town or village, not less than at
the rate of $500 per annum ; provided that
in all cases where a license for the sale of
malt liquors is granted, the city, town or
villiage granting such license may grant
the s unu on the payment in advance of the
sum of not less than at tho rate of $150 per
annum; and provided, further, that tho
city council in cities, the board of trustees
in town, and tho president and board of
trustees in villages may grant permits to
pharmacists for tho sale of liquors for med
ical, mechanical, sacramental, and chemical
purposes only, under such restrions and
regulations as may be provided by ordi
nance. Sec. 2. The county boards of each coun
ty may grant license to keep as many
dram-shops in their county as they may
think tho public good requires upon the
application by petition of a majority of the
legal voters of tho town, if tho county is
under township organization, and if not
under township organization then of a ma
jority of tho legal voters of tho election
prcciuct or district where tho samo is pro
posed to be located, and upon piymunt into
the county treasury of such sum as tho
board may require, Unt less than $500 pur
annum for each licenso, and upon compli
ance with the provisions of an act entitled
"An act to provide for the liceusing of and
against the evils arising from the salo of in
toxicating liquors," npprovod March 00,
1874, iu force July 1,1874; provided that
in all cases where a licenso Is granted for
tho sale of malt liquors only such board
may grant tho same upon payment into the
county treasury of a Bum of not less than
$150 per annum for such license; provided,
further, such board shall not havo power to
issue any license to keep a dram-Bhop in
any incorporated city, town or villago, or
within two miles of the same, in which the
corporate authority to license, regulate, re
strain or prohibit tho sale of liquors, or in
any place where the salo of liquors is pro
hibited by ltw.
Sec. 3. Any person having a license to
sell malt liquors only who shall, by himself
or another, either as principal, clerk or ser
vant, directly or indirectly s.ll or give any
intoxicating liquors other than malt liquors
in a less quantity than on gallon, or in any
quantity, to be drank upon the premises, or
in or upon any adjaccut room, building,
yard or place of public resort shall for each
offense bo fined uot less than $20 nor more
than $100, or confined in the county jail
not less than ten nor more than thirty days
or both, in tho discretion of the court. The
penalties provided for in tins section may
be recovered iu any court of competent
jurisdiction, or the fines only maybe sued
for and recovered before any justice of the
peace of the proper county, and in case of
conviction the offender shall stand commit
ted to the county jail until tho fines and
co6ts are full paid. A conviction under
this section shall forfeit the license held by
the defendant, and the court rendering
judgment upon such conviction shall in
such judgment declare a forfeiture of such
Mooue-Swahtz, Sunday night at 7:30
o'clock at the Baptist church, by the Rv.
Mr. McGaha, Capt. Win. H. Moore, stcpKon
of Capt. Henry T. Ashton and Miss Pheoba
Swartz, stepdaughter of Henry Kane, both
of this city.
The church had been beautifully deco
rated by relatives of the bride and the cere
mony was performed beneath a beautiful
floral bell. The church was crowded from
pulpit to gallery and many who had to
stand. It was tho most novel affair that
was ever celebrated in Cairo, for the con
tracting parties were to be married, bap
tized and become members of the church,
the same night.
Exactly at the appointed hour tho doors
were thrown open and the wedding march
was played by Mrs. Wm. Anger, organist of
the church. The usual form of procession
was observed. The ushers, Messrs. M. S
Mttllalieu and J. W. Wood, taking the lead,
followed by the bridesmaid, Miss Ella
Bitty, leaning upon the arm of the bride
groom by the bride and groomsman Mr.
Brides' costume was a light ashes of roses
silk nnd satin combination suit trimmed in
creamy Spanish hce and looped with orange
blossoms; wore a bunch of flowers at throat
and waist a beautiful satin fan fastened by
a satin rihon to waist, cream kids and slip
pern, hat was trimmed in plumes and love
ly, hand-made lace.
Bridesmaid wore a beautiful white mull
with flowers at throat, also a hat trimed :n
plumes and ribbon, kid slippers and gloves.
After the ceremony the brided party went
to their home on Cedar street, which the
groom had beautifully furnished.
A beautiful gold necklace, mother of tho
A beautiful tea set, brother of the groom.
Silver castor, John Law.
Silver butter dish, Girord Brouchet and
Pickle castor, Mr. Frank and Ella Fur-
Wash pan and coffee pot, C. V. Hender
Chamber sot, Mr. and Mrs. McBrido.
Cut glass berry set, 18 pieces Mallialu &
Silver butter knife, Mr. Brouchet and
Set silver tea spoons, Miss Bowers.
Linen table cloth, Mrs. Brouchet.
Set silver knives and forks, groom.
Baby rattle and little cup, Mr. and Mrs.
They gave a reception at the groom's
mother on 12th street; and spent several
hours very pleasantly eating ico cream and
cake, ami all that wcro thero will not soon
forget tho wedding of Mr, and Mrs. Moore.
The Halliday Guards attended in full uni
form, of winch tho groom is a member.
Carter Hudson did tho serenading.
Chief Clerk Butler, of the Philadelphia
Building Inspectors' olllco, possesses a
dog which gives promise of becoming a
thoroughly depraved membor of the
canine community. Ho is a brown pup,
nino months old, is a cross between a
Newfoundland and a spaniel, and at
this early stago of his career lms become
addicted to the usoof tobacco and drink.
Ever since he was a mewling pupny Ro
ver (tho dissipated dog's name is Rover)
has evinced a strong liking for tobacco,
and will worry and fret If ho Is In tho
the company of any ono with a cigar un
til he gets possession of the covoted
weed, even going so far as to mako high
leaps in tho air aftor it if it is bold aloft.
Jf u lighted cigar Is tossed to him ho
will worry it as lie would a rat until ho
suooeods in putting it out, and then pro
ceod to chew it up with all tho gusto
shown by the ordinary moral dog In
masticating a bit of raw boof, Ho will
indulge iu loose tobacco, such as is
found Iu cigarettes, but prefers cigar
JUNE lft, ln.
Druggists, Physicians, Painters anil General Store-Keepers.
DEPOT & AGENCY FOR
White Lead, White Zinc,
Colors, Dry and in Oil,
Artist's Tuho Colors,
Prepared House Paints,
Wax Flower Material,
Hln loirs Medicines,
Dr. B. A. Smith's Med.,
Bull's CoLlL'h Hvrntv
August Flower, German By..
Wood's Fever Pills,
Audubon's M'king Bird food
Paint and Varnish Brushes,
Oila aud Varnishes,
Window Glass, Putty.
St. Jacobs Oil,
Painless Corn Cure.
PerfumersCigars Paints Oils, and a General Lino of Druggists' Goods.
H7"Agents for Austin's Forest Flower Cologne.
7-4 Oliio Levee and
Cor. 8th St. Wash. Ave.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thie column, mi m ctmtji twir llrtit for
Brat and Ave cent! per lina each aulmequent lnar
'.Ion. Kur one week, incunta pur lluu. for one
rr.outu. MJ cent per Una
For Kcut or Sale.
One of the moat desirable residences at
Villa Ridge. Apply to or address Mrs. E.
It. Workman, Villa Ridge, III.; also piano
for sale. 2w
For Sale Farm.
A good farm in the timber, eighty acres
under cultivation; blue grass pasture; faim
contains 103 acres; in Botid county, Ills.,
miles from railroad station.
E. A. Bl'KNKTT.
Ice, Wood and Kindling.
Northern Lake Ice 50c. per 100 lbs.;
good, dry wood, sawed, 11 per cord, and
kindling $1 per load, at Jacob K lee's.
Leave orders at City Brewery. tf
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been oen
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blttcktiiuithing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
Given a way. r
We cannot help noticing the liberal olfer
made to all invalids and sufferers by Dr.
Kings's New Discovery for Consumption.
You are requested to call at Ihrclty
Bros' drug store, and get a trial bottle
free of cost, if you are buffering with Con
sumption, Severe Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Hay Fever, Loss of Voice,
Hoarseness, or any affection of the throat
or lungs. It will positively cure you. (C)
Elys' Cream Balm, for Catarrh, Colds in
the Head, Hay Fever, kz. Hy its use I have
overcome a disagreeable discharge from my
nostrils, am free fiom pain in my eyes and
head. John W. Lane, Hardware Merchant,
Newton, N. J.
Wcithy of Praise.
As a rule wo do not recommend Patent
Medicines, but when we know of one that
really is a public benefactor, and does
positively cure, then we consider it our
duty to impart that information to all.
Electric Bitters are truly a most valuable
medicino, ami will surely euro Biliousness,
Fever and Ague, Stomach, Liver and Kid
ney Complaints, even when all other rem
edies fail. We know whereof we speak,
and can freely recommend them to all.
Exch. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by Bir-
clay Bros. (0)
Charles Knop, 42 Cornelia St., Chicago,
III., says: "I havo lound Brown's Iron
Bitters to be a valuable remedy for dyspep
WoitK Given Out. On renin nt of vour
address we will nuke an offer liv which
you can cam )3 to 1 evenings, at your
home. Men. Women, IJovs or Girls can no
it. H. O. Wilkinson ifc Co., 195 and 197
Fulton Street, New York.
bucKien'g Arnica salve
Tho Best Salve in tho world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
23 cents jr box. For salo by Harry
The Snow of Mount Blanc
Is not whiter than teeth that aro daily rub
bed with SOZODONT, and coral gathered
in ocean deptho, cannot surpass tho hue ot
gums freed from nponginess by tho samo
salutary agent. American ladles visiting
foreign lands, excite the admiration of be
holders and the envy of their transatlantic
sisters, with the surprising excellence of
their teeth. When asked to what they owe
this charm, they murmur tho talisman
When Ladies are Attractive.
All ladies know their faces are most at
tractive when freo from pimples. Parker's
Ginger Tonic is popular among them be
cause it banishes impurities from blood and
skin and makes tho fsco glow with health.
Si.k a woman in another column near
Speer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Spner's Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for tho uso of invalids, weakly
persons aud tho aged. Sold by druggists.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions ot youtn, nervous wcaK-
ituuu uurlu itnniiu. lima of ivutnlwutfl. T
will aum! a rocipo that willow you, fueb
or c ii Mian. huh trrctu rctuou v wm
rlUrmtfirnrl iw a mlntatiii In SLmth Afilflrlrth.
I ruuu BUIl-nilUll BHD CIIVUIUIIU iw mu
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IJoski'U T. INMAN, tttation D., ow xorK
And all standard Pharma
MRS. 8. WILLIAMSON,
boulnnlun tomorrow nd conilunlng
ttiront;b next week, will utTer tier largo
at greatly reducvd rule..
Hats offered at 25, 50 & 75c.
tVllsvlug Utoly purchased Inrige tutikiupt
to kt low flgnren. ihe cm ntlorU lo ill low.
Cll tod extmlne ifooiln.
EVERYBODY IS GOING TO
ON TdK OCCASION OP THE
TO I5E ilKLD PKOM
May 24 to June 2:i, 1883
Tho Illtnoli Central Kailroad will ran ono ol
Itn-lr popular eTcnrrlon by np Ul iraln on Tnea
ilay, June 18, 1B8J. Train leavvn Cairo at 2:SU a.m
Fare to Chicago aud return,
Arriving at Chicago at fi:10 p. m. of the same dar.
ADMISSION. 50 Conta!
The firm Expo.liion of the kind ever held
In tha World.
Vialtor will have a Rrand opportunity of wltnoM
Ing.the I'allman i'rofuiiuua Krga'ta at I'ullman
ilia.. June il and t, lti, Amniig the eiitrlea ard
Champion of the World ;
WALLACR EOS. O 80. rinSVRR, GEO, W
LEE, CIIAS. E. 1 OCKTNEY, and a
number of oiben.
The Summer Htinnlng Meeting, of the Chleaeo
unving rnrit, j una -ia lo July 4iti. inclusive, rort
programme, write D. I.. Ilall, Hecn-inry, Chicago.
ISleenlng rar will he atta'hed to the shore
train at Cairo, III. It will he ready for occupancy!
at p; 'ii., June 18. Kate per nrtn. fi.w. Appll
catlniia for berth akotild he mailotoJ.K. Merrr
(it-n'l Western l'aa. Agent, Mauchva er, Iswa, on
or before June I fit h .
MJTicki'tii will be go'd to retnn on orboforeJ
Thumday. July R. to Includf tho tralna of that dar.
Attention I called to tho fart Dint the Evening
Train out oi cnicaga atop only at certain points
loum or iimuKii .m. ana no outer 'top will be
made rur partira Holding .xcuri'on l lcketa
J. P. Tl'CKKK, A . H . HANSON,
Tmiflc Manager. (Jen. 1'uixi. Agent.
J. P. MEKKY.Ucu. Western l'a. Agont, Man
Onr wagons are now di'livering thp
DISTILLED WATER JCE
to all parts of the city.
YVc solicit your iiatroiiiuro ami assure
you mat we win serve you rcgruiaiiy
Absolutely Pure Ice!
We guarantee full weights at all
Delivered 100 lbs. ami upward, 0e.
Delivered less than 100 lbs., ruc
Leave orders at. onr Factory, or
Tel)hone No. U8.
Everybody is invited to
come and see the model Icev
The Distilled Water Ice Mfg, Co