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THE DAILY CAlfiO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 16, 18.
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
style and the very thin? to have for dress, $1.50;
sold last year 3.00 to 3.50, and the bejriiimng
of this season, $2.50 to $3.00. 1 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.
Notice in Ihtt contain, tet tcv pt Una,
each Insertion tod whether nutid or sot, if calcu
lated to foward any man butlne Inw-rvit are
al war paid for.
Hot biscuit exhibition of Hcf..rd
Baking Fowder tliii morning tni erening,
t C. O. Patier & Co's. It
The Anna Farmer and Fruit Grower
speaks of a strawberry left at ite office a
few days ago, measuring seven jjnd a half
inches in circumference.
Mr. Buclinnm, division superintendent
of the Texas and St. Louis road, returned
Thursday from an inspection trip over his
division of the road.
Andrew Lohr's Genuine Aromatic Bel
fast Ginger Ale, a pure pleasant and
wholesome temperance beverage, is now
tale on at the leading saloons. tf
It is understood that very soon a new
time table will go into force on the Texas
and St. Louis road, by which a train will
arrive in this city every day direct from
Poplar Bluff, Mo.
Two cases ot plain drunknness were
disposed ot by Magistrate Comings, as the
extent of the criminal business in the city
Creole City Flour as used with IIos
ford's Bilking Powder. Call and get a bis
cuit, at C. O. Patier's & Co's this morning
and evening. It
Mr. Conrad Alba will have a Btone
flagging walk along the side aud in front
of his new business house up town, occu
pied by Mr. Harry Soliuh. The stone, two
carloads, has already arrived.
The rivers continue to rise at Chat
tanooga, Cincinnati, aud St. Louis; hut not
at Louisville Bud Nashville. Unless hpavy
raius coutinue the river will probably not
rise much more here.
As the brain governs the body, parents
should l;r health's sake as well as for busi-
D 'ss have their child's bead phrcnologiz d
by Prof. Tatty. Call at Howard llmite.
Ri'publian senators in caucm have de
termiued to amend the house resolution,
which provides for the adjuurnmcut of the
geut r il assembly on the 18th inst., Iy sub
stituting the 25th for the 18th.
Constable Haz. Martin returned yester
day from Metropolis, where, as deputy to
L'uited States Marshal Saup, he tied up the
steamer "Hussite," to secure some claims
held against her by parties in Indian opolis
Rumor has it that the H'.-al League
Ilia aetiTinined upon the 20tli instant as
the date upon which they will present their
drama "Engaged" upon the Opera House
stage. Thosi engaged in the play have
had several rehearsals already.
At a recent meeting of the Odd Fal
lows Mr. Co. Becker was elected N.O.;
Mr. Andrew Su'.livin, V. G.; Judge Bros,
treasurer; and Mr. Charlei Slack, record
ing secretary. The installation will take
place on the firnt Thursday in Jut)'.
While we are mffering with too much
rain Alabama, Georgia and portions of
other southern states are afflicted with a se
vere drouth which is ruining hun Ired of
acres of melons, cabbages and other truck
to the value of thousands of dollars.
With the exception of the Mistea
Whitacre, the board of school directors hns
re-elected all the teachers employed in our
schools last year. Miss Krimbill is made
principal of the high school and Mrs. P.
A. Taylor assistant, vice Miss Mary Whit.
Bloomington Bulletin : "Grear, one of
the democrats who voted for high license
in the house the other day, lives in Union
county, which rolls up a thousand demo
cratic majority, more or less, and has not a
drinking saloon in it. Moore, who voted
the tame way, lives in Brown county, and
Brown doesn't own a saloon, either. The
fact it noted as a curious one."
At two points, near the middle, the stone
wall built by the city to protect Ohio leveo
ttreet from abrasion by the river, has given
way lighi.lv, but evidently Mill Mann firm
enough for all purpose. The Irish clay
settling down between the wall
aid the solid bank caused the wall to bulge
out a little, but now that the new earth has
settled, the pressure against the all will
probablv stop and the wall will stand as it
is, as a protection to the bank. It is llktly.
however, that the street committee wi'.l take
to ne measures to render the falling down
of the wall next to impossible.
The world moves steadily and always
forward. Twenty years ago Ireland wi uld
have boweJ in silence before a circular
from the Vatican. To day Peter's pence U
falling off.and in the very face of the Tope's
prohibition the Parnell testimonial is grow
ing to an unexpected extent. Men are not
less religious, perhaps, but they are certain
ly freer from ecclesiastical restraint than in
the very near past.
Captain W. P. Ilallidny has for somo
days been away from the city. He went to
Chester, Pennsylvania, to attend the com
mencement exercises of the graduating class
of the military academy there, of which
class his son, William, is a member. It is
thought that bo went from Chester to Vas-
sar college, where his daughter is in atten
dance, and he is expected to return to-mor
row bringing both back with him.
The attention of the public and of per-,
sons wishing to take stands in St. Mary's
Park on the 4th of July is directed to sev
eral notices published in special locals by
President Steagala and Secretary W. F.
Cherry, of the Rough and Ready fire com
pany. Tho several committees appointed
by the company have been hard at work in
augurating all necessary preparations for
the celebration, and the public may rest as
sured of a grand affair. The committee to
solicit subscriptions for the race fund was
out again yesterday and succecde l in rais
ing about 350 in all. It is the intention
to get a four hundred dollar-fund.
The extraordinary demand tor informa
tion relative to the Summer Resorts of the
Northwestern States, including Wis consin,
Minnesota, Iowa and Dakota territory, has
induced the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul Railway to issue a large edition of its
illustrated book, entitled 'A Reconnais
sance of the Golden Northwest," a copy of
which will be sent to any address upon
forwarding six cents in postage stumps to
A. V. II. Carpenter, General Passenger
Agent, Milwaukee, Wis. Copies of this
Look, together with a list ot Summer hotels
and boarding places, can be obtained at
the ticket office of J. H. Jones, in this city,
where Excursion tickets can also be ob
tained at reasonable rates.
Mr. Kuhno rejoices over his success
in another test of the incumbator which he
has put in opperation at his house up town.
The first test resulted in hatching seventy-
odd chicks from about eighty eggs and all
but four of this batching are stilt alive and
ii wi i a. r . i. .
wen. mree oi me lour mat uieu came
out after the twenty-first day of the setting,
and experience has proven that all such are
too weak to live. The fourth was killed
accidently by Mr. Kuhne himself. The
remaining little ones are growing rapidly
umier Mr. Kuhne's care. Yesterday anoth
er setting of forty-two eggs produced thir
ty-nine young chicks, or over ninety per
cent, of the whole Bettin''. Mr. Kuhno Is
naturally much elated over his success, am
he says not much troublo is experienced in
rearing the little things.
Tho San Franclsoo, Col., Chronicle of
recent date contains the following with ref
erence to our former fellow citizen Hm. II
Watson Webb, who was recently elected
police judge of the city of San Francisco
Ah Lung, Daniel Mahoney ami Jessie
Wilson appeared before Police Judge Wobb
yesterday morning to receive sentence, the
Chinese Tor keeping an opium den ami the
two whites for visiting it and "hitting the
pipe, as u is called. Judije Webb took
the occasion to say that, if it were nosniblu
to do so by legal punishment, he would use
Ills best endeavors to break up the practice
P'ura traoung in this city. H consid
cred that there was no vice more Injurious
or taking so frong a hold upon tho yountr
people of the community, as it undermines
tho constitution of all who indulge in it
niid run lent thoso who are victims useless
to themselves or any one else, He under
stood that when onco acquired the practice
could not be discontinued except by strict
restraint, and it was mercy to plaeo the
victims whero thoy could not inhalo the
fumes of the life-destroying drug. There
fore ho had concluded to mete out honce
forth such punishment as would deter keep
ers from continuing and visitors from going
to opium dens. Each of the prisoners was
then committed to three months' imprison
ment in the House of Correction, tho penal
ty heretofore having been a simple fine of
20, which was generally paid, or an alter
native of ten days' imprisonment in the
Alderman C. N. Hughes and wite, and
the dozen or more other Cairoites who at
ti iidi il the rommonement exercise at Car
houditlc the first day of the week returned
yvterday afternoon, viry well pleased with
the trip, particularly with their stay at Car
hondale. The rxereises were very interest
ing throughout, but the Cairo band, headed
be Pr.'f, Storcr, t.vk the people up there by
sutpiiw. The band put in its best lieks
and from this the Cairo public will have
some idea what manner ot music it mut
have made. In order to receive any praise
at nil it had to discount a very fine band ot
Belleville, that had been furnishing the
music for the whonl in former years aud
from the many xprerions complimenting
Cairo's hand, made by citizens of Carbon
dale t,o had heard both bands, it must be
concluded that Cairo carried off the horns.
A company of travelling evangelists
arrived m the citv vesterdv and applied to
- vtf -
the chief and mayor for permission to pitch
their tent here. They were given permis
sion to make their headquarters most any
where in the city, the mayor and chief be
lieving that, though the people of Cairo am
a very godly people, as godliness g'$ now-a-days,
and the moral influences iu the city
were poweiful and very effective, yet there
was room for more gospel and a little more
gospel could certainly do no harm might
even still further elevate us toward that
state of sanctitkatiou bordering on the
perfection of holiness, which mortal man in
this wicked world always approaches, but
seldom or never reaches. The company
consists of a man, woman and a long-haired
boy; they will pitch their tent somewhere
in tho city to-day and will probably forth
with begin their good work; and we bid
them "God speed." At the risk of having
our veracity questioned, we venture the as
sertion that there are several among us who
stand sadly in ueed of some extraordinary
moral influence to turn them from the
broad road to the narrow path, several very
sinful Hinners,who love darkness belter than
light and who find pleasure only in the things
of this their temporary abiding place.
These should receive especial attention
from the travelling evangelists, and in or
der that they may, we beg leave to nomi
nate City Attorney Hendricks as the direc
tor of the religious battery.
These frequent heavy rains are begin
ning to do serious damage to various crops
in this part of the state. It is impossible
to cure grass into anything like hay and
hundreds gf bushels of strawberries have
been ruined. The corn crop in the state
generally is also in bad condition, but not
on account of unfavorable weather alone.
There is much complaint concerning the
inferior quality of seed corn, and much of
the seed purchased outside the state was no
utter than that grown at home. The
cohl, wet season lias hud much to do with
the poor stand of corn, as good seed, under
such unfavorable conditions, would not
have germinated well. There has been an
unusual amount of replanting, and a con
siderable area will be planted in corn in
June in sections of tho state where the
heavy continued rains have delayed plant
ing. In tho northern counties the corn
area is not quite as large as last season and
the condition, June 1. promised about
three-fourths of an average yield per acre.
The condition of corn is moro unfavorable
in that section of the state than in 1882 and
1881 tit corresponding date. The quality
of seed corn u-ed this season is nearly 40
per cent, below an average. The condition
ot corn 8 not up to an average in a single
one of the northern counties, and not even
thret -'mirths of an average yield is prom
ised. Usually about halt the corn of the
state is produced in tho northern division.
In all of the central counties, tho condition,
June 1, indicate less than three-tourths of
an average yield per acre of corn, with the
exception of 21 counties which show an
average of 80, with an average of 100 as
compared with that of last year. For the
s lutneru section, the prospects June 1 were
f ivorable lor moro than throe-fourths of an
average yield per ucro in 30 counties.
The foPowing fact concerning the late
Bernard Sniyh, in addition to those given
in yesterday's Bum.ktis, are from last
evening's paper and will bo read wiih Inter
est by the friends of deceased : "Tho de
ceased was a native of Ireland and was
forty-six years of ago. For some time pre
vious to coming to Cairo, he was engaged
in the dry goods business in St. Louis as
salesman. He canio hoto a quite young
man, in and Joined an older brother,
Thomas, in the grocory and liquor trade.
In 1830 they removed from the corner of
Sixth and Levee to the present location of
R. Smyth & Co., where tho lirm name was
Smyth & Uro. until the senior member
died, which occurred in 1802. The firm
then became B. Smyth St Co., and remainod
"ueli until 1871), since which tiiuo It hat
been U. Smyth fc Co. The house has nl
ways enjoyed a largo trade, but during tho
war and for a few years following, when the
city was very prosperous it was immonso
and far-reaching. Tho deceased was a flno
business man and popular among his cus
tomers, and his efforts and influenco con
tributed much to the building up of the
profitable trade of tho house. His expen
ditures were lavish in proportion to Ids
Urge income, and his friends shared it with
him, usually with but little opportunity to
reciprocate favors, lie was generous and
liU-ral to a fault. Ho uever married, lie
was fond ot music and played several in
struments well. He was a leading member
of the Silver Cornot Bind, an organization
not yet dissolved. He was a uatural and
cultivated gentleman, the friend of every
body and, so far so we know, everybody
was his friend; and knowing his goodness
of heart, hundreds will heave a sigh of re
gret upon learning of his death, who were
n t intimately acquainted with him. Of
an usually brilliant and accomplished fam
ily of several brothers and sisters, Mr. R.
Smyth, the head ot the house of R. Symth
A Co., is now the only one remaining. He
has several nieces and nephews, howevi r,
who bear a striking resemblance to their
presents and are an honor to tho family
The champion driver Dan Mace,
Who never was "left" in a race,
S iys for cuts and spraiuc,
And all bodily pains,
St. Jacobs Oil holds the first place.
This beautiful refuge from summer heat,
dust and mosquitoes, is now open
for the season. Three never-failing
Springs of coldest water whose medical
qualities have stood the test l
more than sixty years continual use, the
waters of each of a different kind, serve a
different purpose in bringing strength to
the feeble and health to the sick. These
Springs are in a mountain valley whose
sides are of perpendicular cliff, a hundred
feet high, jutting out hero and there in
fantastic shapes resembling beasts and birds.
The woodland paths are a continual temp
tation to long ami delightful rambles of
which one forgets to become weary.
AN ARTIFICIAL I.AKK
for boating and fishing has been added
to the natural scenery, bounded on one side
by cliffs at whose base the water reaches a
depth of ten to fifteen feet and the other is
a gradual slope from the hills, the whole
covering several acres of ground.
"No. 1'' the "Iron Spring"has properties
that are unsurpassed as a tonic and is almost
a specific for malaria.
"No. 2" the"Magnesia,"isa never failing
remedy for dyspepsia, and liver or kidney
troubles, and the "Alum Spring" does
tho best service as a wash for eruptions or
disease of the skin.
A new bath house is by no means the
least among the latest additions.
The cottages have been thoroughly renova
ted ; the beds are furnished with mattresses
and springs; new cottages have been built;
the dining-room is largo and airy and the
kitchen is in charge of a first-class steam
boat cook all for the summer, at 8.00 per
week ; children under 12 years, second or
separate table, half price.
Parties from Cairo can take an early
breaklast at homo or at Vienna and arrive
at tho Springs in time for dinner; faro
across by hack 75 cents or by private ccii-
veyanoe for three or more 75cts. to 1.00,
truuks extra. J. E. Lemon, Prop.
P. O. Allen Springs, III.
I could scarcely speak; it was almost
impossible to breathe through my nostrils.
Using Elys' Cream Balsam a short time I
was entirely relieved. My head lias not
no been so clear nor voice so strong in
years. I recommend tins admirable reme
dy to all alllicted with catarrh in the he id.
J. O. Tiehenor, dealer in boots and shots,
Elizabeth, N. J.
MHT OK I.KTTKK8 REMAINING U.NCAM.KI)
KOK IN T1IK 1'OSTOKPICK AT C .VI 110, ILL.,
SATURDAY, JUNK 16TII, 188U.
Bledsoe, N E
Carver, Charles A
Duffey, N C
Edwards, Mary (2)
Gunsler, I mil
Burton, Nettie (2)
Eich, Ella .
OBNT9 1,1 ST.
Anderson, Henry S
Craig, R S
French, A O
Hampton, W If
Howard, Louis J
Lurdor, 8 I)
Marry, J B
Stancill, II N
Belch, M K
Dishill, J M
Fullm?, M P
Flowers, B F
Oibons, F It
Hamilton, Lary ,
Kilgore, R A
Kennett, C II
St John, Jim
Warren, Thomas B
Walsh, John A
1 1 K A i)QU AIlTEJi S po I i
Druggists, riiysicians, Painters anil General Store-Keepers.
DEPOT A AGENCY FOB
' llarter's Medicines,
Dr. II. A. Smith's Med..
Bull's Cough Syrup,
August Flower, German Sy..
Wood's Fever Pills,
Audubon's M'king Bird food
St. Jacobs Oil,
Painless Corn Cure.
White Lead, White Zinc,
Colors, Dry and in Oil,
Artist's Tuho Colors,
Prepared House Paints,
Wax Flower Material,
Paint and Varnish Brushes,
Oils and Varnishes,
Window Glass, Putty,
Gold Leaf & Bronzes,
; PURE DRUGS.
And all standsrd Pharma
Perfumers Cigars Paints Oils, and a General Line of Druggists' Goods.
N""Agents for Austin's Forest Flower Cologne.
Vl Oliio Lgvgo and
Cor. 8th St. Wash. Ave.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notrt Id no eoiuniD, uigni cvuti per line for
DrstaniOTe cents pur Una atch uhsuquent lnor
Hot). For ons wm-k, aucoDti ior lluu. for ou
month. K) cuuw Dor Una
Persons calling for thic above mentioned
will pleivse say advertise. I.
Wh. M MimiMiv, Postmaster.
Fourth of July Bids.
Sealed bids for 4 stands at the Park ou
the coming 4th of July celebration of the
Hough and Ready Fire Co., will bo re-
eived until Saturday Juno 23d. Stand
No. 1, luuch, colf'ie &e. Stand No. 2, lem-
nade, bottle soela and cigars. Stand No.
y, ice cream, ctkes, fountain soda. Stand
No. 4 confectionery, fruits, nuts Ac. All
tds must be accompanied by security for
amount bid. The committee reserves the
right to reject any or all bids. Address,
V . F. CiiKHiiY, Secretary.
Farm hands; wages f 15.00 per month.
Apply to H.J. Deal & Son, Charleston,
For Kent or Sale.
One of the most desirable residences at
Villa Ridge. Apply to or address Mrs. E.
11. Workman, Villa Ridge, III.; also piano
for sale. 2w
Sew Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been optn-n
etl by Mr. r. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blacksmithing and wagon work
lone to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work ilotio promptly, tf
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 Barclay
Hroa' drug store, and get a trial bottle
free of cost, if you are suffering with Con
sumption, Severe Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Hay fever, Doss ot Voice,
Hoarseness, or any affection of the throat
lungs. It will positively cure you. (0)
Tho most delicate persons enjoy taking
Emory's Little Cathartic Pills, give a whole
some appetite, put new life in a broken-
down body. 15 cents. (5)
Foil Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Depression
of .Spirits and General Debility, in their
various forms; also as a preventive against
Fever and Ague, and other Intermittent
Fevers, the "Ferro Phosporatcd Elixir of
Ciilisaya," made by Caswell, Hazard &, Cc,
New ork, and sold by all Druggists, is the
best tonic; and f'r patients recovering from
Fever or other sickness, it has no equal. (1)
Wcrtliy of Praise.
As a ruin wu do not recommend Patent
Medicines, but when we know of one that
really iB a public benefactor, ami does
positively cure, then wo consider it our
duty to impart that information tn all.
Electric Bitters Hro truly a most valuable
medicino, and will surely cure liiiiousness,
Fever ami Ague, Htomacii, uver and ruu
nev Comnlaints. nven when all other rem
edies fail. We know whereof we speak,
and can ireely recommend tnem to an.
Exch. Hold at fifty cents a bottle by Bar
clay Bros. (0)
When Ladies are Attractive,
All ladies know thefr faces are most at
tractive when free from pimples. Parker's
Ginger Tonic is popular among them bo
eaiHR il banishes imnnrities from blood and
skin and makes tho face glow with health.
Charles Knnp, 42 Cornelia St., Chicago,
III., says: "I havo lound Brown's Iron
Bitters to be a valuable remedy for dyspep
It !m siinnlv marvelous how ouicklv con
stipation, biliousness, sick headache, fever
and ague, ami malaria, aro cured by "Sel
ler s Liver Tills.
w.iiK riivi n Out. On receint of vour
address we will inskn an olfer by which
you can earn f ;j u fi evenings, ai your
homo. Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. II. C. Wilkinson & Co., 105 and 107
Fulton Street, New York.
Htickicn's Arnica Salve
Tho Best Halve In tho world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt lute urn, Fever
Hop's, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, anil all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to givo per
fect satisfaction, or inoney refunded. Price
25 cents pr box. For sale by Harry
Dropsy and Ulietiinatism.
Dropsical and Rheumatic persons find
the use of Speer's Port Gropo Wine, ot New
Jersey, of incalcuable benefit. Its purity
and valuablo properties havo given it a
wide reputation among physicians through
out this country and Europe. This wine
took tho highest premium at the Into Cen
tennial. It is excellent for weary and do
bilituted females, ai.d used by the best fam
ilies tn Now York as an evening family
wine. For sale by Taul. G. Schuh.
SUNDAY, JUNK 17,
Thl xcnrlon I itfvun ljr ('set. Klmlirouifh tad
wtl' he ntnlr hU p- lnt t up"rvlliin. It will h
pleifaot mid iui remful affair wl h a Helar.t fartjr.
No Improper cbaractur will lit) permitted on
undiT any eonalderallon. Go and lake j our awnt
heart, jour wire aud your ctilldrvn.
Fare Round Trip, S1.00
A good Hiring Hand will accompany tu ticunlon.
EVERYBODY IS GOING TO
ON TJK OCCASION OP TI1K
TO BE HELD KKU
May 24 to June Zl, 1883.
The Illlnoii Central Kall-oad will run one of
their popular ururalonn br ipfcll train on Toea
day, June 19. ISB. Train U:aTrCa'ro al g:S0 a.m.
Pare to Iblcaico and return,
Arriving at Chicago at 0:) p. ra. of thu lamoday.
ADMISSION. 50 Cents!
The Bret Eipoaltlnn of ihe kin t ever odd
lu llie World.
Vieltur will havea crandopportunlty of wimova
Ing the Pullman I'rotu-nUiual to va ta a. Pullman.
111!.. June 21 and 1, lssl. Atnung tho i-Ltrlr am
Chavplon of llie WurU) ;
WALLACE BOSS. OHO. POiiVKK. (1EO. W.
LKU, CIIAh. K. OCItTNKY, and a
The Summer funnliie Mating, ol tho Chleapj
Writing I'arlt. Juno '.'Ddtn .Hlr4lli. Iiirltialru For
programme, write I). L, Hall, Secretary, Chicago.
V Hleeplng car will hi atta-lntd to the aho
train al Cairo. III. Jt will he rr ady for oerupancT
at Hp; av, Junn 18 Hate per berth, Appll
ration for hurtlia akonld he made to J. P. Merry,
Oen'l Wu.tern Haa. Ageut, Manche vr, Iowa, ou
or he fore June Into.
lTleketa will he go-d to retuo on nr before.
Tliuraday. JalyS, to Include the traltn of that day.
Attention la called to thu fact HjhI the Evening
Train out of Chlcaga itnpt only at certain p'Onta
aootb of Kfllnghim. aud no other Mn;ia will he
midi) for parti holding Kxct-rn'ou Tickets
J.P. TI CKEK, A.H.HANsuK,
Traffic Mmiatror. Ooli. Tim Agent,
J.P. MKKKY, Ouu. Wuntern I'bm. Agent, Man
Our waffons are now delivering' Ibo
DISTILLED WATER CE
to all parts of the city.
We solicit your patronage and assure
Tim that we will serve you regularly
Absolutely Pure Ice!
We guarantee full weights at all
Delivered 100 lbs. and imwartl, 40c.
Delivered less than 100 lbs., r0c.
Leave orders at our Factory, or
Telephone No. 98.
Ererybddy is invited to
come and see tho model Ice
The Distilled Water Ice Mfg. Co,