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THE MAWON DAILY MJRROIC TUESDAY, JAN. 1, 1907.
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1 Of Government Receipts
DURING PAST YEAR
Secretary Shaw Discusses the Finaiv
m ' cial CorTdition of Ihe Govern
y ment and of the. People.
Washington, Jan. 1. "There lsnc
i occasion for alarm. Our only anxlet)
, , uood be teat we rail of facilities tc
properly garner, More, trahsport ant
1" mailtet our multiplied blessings. Lei
fy. every man be of good cheer and tr
,; to bo conservative lu everything ex
ttt Secretary Shaw thus concludes a ra
, sumo of tho year's lluauclal record
'vv which he says has been prepared In
''response to many requests. In round
numbers he places the government re
ceipts for the calendar year 1906 at
$625,000,000 and the expenditures at
ftff566,OOQ,000, or an excess of receipts
over expenditures of $59,000,000.
a Discussing the Ilnances of the gov-
. eminent for the six months of the
fu present fiscal' year Just closed, the sec
.1 retary says that the books cf the
treasury show surplus receipts over
expenditures of 125,000,000, as com
pured with a deficit of $8,000,000 for
;the corresponding months of the previ
- ous fiscal year. The cash lii the treas
Jury Is 1190,000,000, as compared with
,,.$171,000,000 a year ago. The cash la
' national bank depositaries Is $169,000,
WkiOOO, as compared with $65,000,000 it
year ago, and the total cash In the
general fund Is $356,000,000, as against
' $242,000,000 a year ago.
Against this cash there are llablll
ffle's at the present time $13,000,000
P groater than at the same time last
"j yoar. The aValluble cash baldnco has
( Increased during the year $101,000,000.
U V During the last 12 months the
"" money in actual circulation, exclusive
(ft of the amount lu the treasury vaults,
has Increased over $200,000,000. Of
,-, this increase' $146,000,000 Is available
lor bank reserve and $60,000,000 Is In
v national bank circulation. "This," he
k says, "seems to be a complete answer
(o the oft-repeated and Ill-advised
criticism that tho Independent treas
" iiry system necessarily results In con
tt traction when money is most needed."
i He maintains that tho existing money
h stringency, world-wide in its extent, Is
W traceable In no respect to the Inde-
h" pendent treasury systom of the United
' He says the shortage has been caus--&Tjd'by
the unprecedented prosperity in
this country and reasonable prosperity
jl elsewhere. Tin peoplo of the United
"StateB, he declares, consume per
p capita more food, more clothes, more
tiof everything than any other people
in tho world, and when prosperous
lthey Import very largely. This, he as
- sorts, naturally encourages industry
(.everywhere and unusual business ac
SJtivlty calls for an unusual amount ot
actual money and of credits based ou
factual money. ,
)t As to the currency system of the
United States, Secretary Shaw says
"that In his Judgment It permits ade
quate expansion, but that its weakness
Is its failure to produce contraction.
"The volume of money, he contends,
does no respond to the volume of our
busluesi. The annual Increase, he
a;dds, may be suinclent, but there is no
annual contraction during tho dull
?uramer months, "Only the unthluk
ng and ill-advised," he says, "charge
the admitted stringency to stock and
bond speculation." Just now specula
tion lu real estate is at high tide and
tho opinion Is expressed that very
lkely as much money Is tied 'up In op
tion and margins on real estate as In
options and margins on stock and
' 7t Is Idle to complain of the Inevl-
!able," he continues. "The spirit ot
peculation Is among us and, like the
drink habit, those most addicted are
-itaiquently the loudest In denunciation.
.JjrJll becomos the real ostute specula
tor to decry every other manifestation
ofdeslre to got rich quick."
Ar Liable to be Deported.
8an Francieo, Jan. 1, Acting under
riders, from Washington, Secret Serv
fee Agent Moffatt on Monday began an
UtvesMgailon of the so-called Japanese
ioclaltet' organization whose organ,
Revolution," Is published at Herko
Uy. It is stated that according to tho
definition of tho Immigration law the
Japanese of Berkeloy who Issued tho
revolutionary paper containing a
filled threat against the president are
anarchists, and as such are subject to
fe President Cassatt's Funeral.
r.Phlladolphla, Jan. 1. With services
as simple as the rites of the Protes
tant Episcopal church would permit,
t&e remains of Alexander J. Cassatt,
' fijeslderit of the Pennsylvania Rail
rjjad Co., who died last Friday, -were
on Monday laid at rest in (he grave
yaid of-tho Church of tho Redmer at
Jlryn Mawr. ,
Receivers are Ousted.
Mobllo, Ala., Jan. 1. F. B. Dewoy
and J. L. Dantzlor, who were recently I
appointed receivers of the Mobile,
Jackson & Kansas City railroad, were '
un Monday ousted from posyossloii cf j
tine property on an ordor issued from !
tho chancery court.
J A Holdup on a Train,
RRlcbmond, Va., Jan. 1. Near La
Cjfoss, Va., on tho Seaboard Air Lino
early Monday morning, the passengers
(h the sleeper of train 81 were held up
gnjl robbed ot about IS00, The rob.
tiers' were two in number,
TIS 8AD TO PART FROM THOSE WE LOVt .
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A FRUITLESS QUEST.
Effort to Find Where Defaulter McGlll,
the Bank Wrecker, Lost Large Sums
Is Not a Success.
New York, Jan. 1. Going among the
various offices In Wall street examin
ing certain brokers Is a commission of
one appointed by the Canadian gov
ernment to take testimony tending to
throw light upon the speculation
which made Cashier McGlll a default
er and wrecked tiie Ontario Hunk of
Canada, with which ho wns connected.
The taking of the testimony Is being
done in secret.
Three brokers wore examined Mon
day. They were Arthur C. Vaughn,
W. H. Goadhy and Charles K. Laldlaw,
with all of whom, t Is said, McGlll had
While the examination of the wit
nesses was private, It was learned
that the purport of the questions was
to ascertain if McGlll had used tho
funds of the wrecked bank for tho pur
poses of private speculation. All of
tho witnesses denied any knowledge of
such a condition, however, nud told
the commissioner that when a man
came to them with money to invest in
stocks they did not Inquire into tho
manner ot his acquiring It.
ROCKEFELLER'S LATEST GIFS.
Oil King Donates 93,000,000 to Chicago
Chicago, Ja'u, 1. A New Yearns gift
of nearly $3,000,000. from John D.
Rockefeller to the" University of Chi- j
cago was announced last night. This
is tho largest single contribution from
Mr. HockefeUor to tho Institution rind
brings his 'total benefactions to the
university tip to $19;41C,922. An
uouncenient of tho latest donation was
contained lu a letter from John D.
Rockefeller, Jr., to Acting President
The major portion of the gift Is to
go to the permanent endowment fund
of tho university, and for this purpose
securities with u market Value of $2,
700,000 nro provided. Tho remainder
of the gift, $217,000, is to make up the
year's deficit, to provide for an in
crease In tho salaries of Instructors
and to allow appropriations for vari
ous purposes. Tho $2,700,000 addition
to tho endowment7 brings this fund to
Mr. Rockefeller's gift provides for
an annual Increase of $40,000 in the
salaries of Instructors.
A Battle with Masked Robbers.
York, Nob., Jan. 1. C. C. Morris,
agent for tho Uurllugtou railroad,
grappled with two masked robbers
and beat them off early Monday. One
robber stood guard over Morris while
tho other rilled the cash drawer. Grab
bing n shovel Morris struck his guard
a stunning blow, rendering him senso
less. Then he grappled with tho rob
ber at tho drawer, who had his hands
full of money. They fought their way
to the platform and were engaged In a
atrugsle when the other rpbhor recov
ered, Joined his companion and tho
two ran away. Tho robber at tho
drawer got a few dollars! and left
much more money on tho floor.
Surpassed All Previous Records.
New York, Jan. 1. All previous
records of collections of customs at
tho port of New York wore surpassed
during Via past year. Statistics
mado public by Collector Strauahah
show the amount to have beon $-09,-909,335,
an Increase ot $20,147,301
over the year 1905, which "In itself vas
a record, Tho flgifres show u big in
crease in both imports and expdrts of
merchandise. Imports for tho yoar
aggregated $7715,142,709, an compared
with $712,791,497 in 1905, Tho total
domestic exports amounted to $617,
062,970, as against $045,923,530 In the
The Year's Recoid of a Mint.
Philadelphia, Jan. 1. The output
far 190G of the. United States mint In
Mils, city was )C8,G50,233 coins, ','hq
total va)ue of tho coins, mado Is $27,
3Q7i839, of which total $2Q,187,583 was
gold, $4;229,340 silver and $2,890,908
five cent pieces and cents.
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The 8econd Victim Diet.
Cincinnati, Jan. J. Fred Ganze),
who was Injured In Hundoy's Warsaw
avenuo atreot car accident, died Sun
lay night nt the hospital, making tho
Kcojd" doath, vSaveral other .injurocj
persons ar'o iu &' critical condition.
JUST A SHAM
Was the Alleged Warfare
of a Trust's Agents;
Makers, Now on Trial in New York
for Violating the Sherman Law
;are Shown ;Up. ,
Now York, Jan. 1. In tho trial Mon
day of tho alleged llcorlco paste com
bine W. D. Storry, of tho firm of
Weaver & Storry, n llcorlco paste con
cern ot tills city, which It Is alloged
camo under tho control of tho MacAn
drowa & Forbes to., was au important
witness. Ho said there was a, work
ing agreement between his concern
and the defendants relative to the
sale ot llcorlco paste. During tho ne
gotiations resulting In the agreement
both tho MacAndrews & Forbes Co.
arid tho J. S- Young Co., he said, gave
him to understand that they wero In
duiiondent, If not hostile, tb ono an
other and It was not until the conclu
slon of tho negotiations that he dls
covored there hud been au understand
ing betwoen tho two companies.
J. J. Uagley, of Dotrolt, an independ
ent tobacco manufacturer, corrobor
ated previous (wltnosaos who swore
they had been unnblo to socuro a sup
ply of llcorlco paste.
President Wardman, of the Ryan
Hampton Co., independent manufac
turers of Louisville, Ky said that his
firm had not only been nimble to get
pusto In' 1904, at tho tlmo when the
combination is alleged to have beon
effected, but that his company had
been compelled onco to shut down a
few days, until additional paste could
bo uecured. Later his company se
cured pasto lu suttlcleut quantities to
supply It from month to month.
THE MARKETS, i
New York, Jan. 1. Money On call
1845 per cent. Prime mercantile
paper C6' per cent. Sterling ex
change at $4.83.50 for demand.
povornment bonds steady.
'Grain, Provisions and Live Stock.
Flour-Mlnnesotu patent $4.10(Q4.30,
Wheat No. 2 red 81c.
Corn No. 2 at r,2jc.
Oats Clipped white 4044c.
Cattle Steers $4.00C30. Veals
Sheop Good sheep $3.0005.50,
Hogs Firm at $C.75C.90,
Clovoland, Jan. 1. Flour Mlnne-
jta spring patent $4.154.30.
Wheat No. 2 red 77 9. ',
Corn No. 3 yellow 45c
Oats No. 2 white 38c. "
Uutter Rest creamery 33c.
Eggs Strictly fresh 30c.
Chco'so York state J 5c.
Potatoes Iiost gradeu 40045c.
Huy Firm at $17,50018.00.
Cattle Choice steers $.00,05,75,
caives ?s,uuuj,ou.: , .
Sheep nest wethers $5.0005,50,
Hogs Yorkers $0.5506.00.
Chicago, Jan. L Cattle feteera
$5.0007.00, stackers and feedorl $2.00
Hogs Shipping and .selectoi $0,40
(a'G.r.o, pigs $4.5000.15. f
Sheop Strong at $3.000.C0,Mambs
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Toledo, Jan, 1. Wheat-rCash
7Cc. -s ' )
Corn Cash 4Zo.rr t, '
Oats bash 37c.
East Buffalo, Jan. L-rCtttloBest
tsteurs 85.3500.00. Voals J) nniffib r.n
Sheep Wethers 6.505,75, apflutr
mm us ju.uujo.vy, Yj
Hpgs Yorkers, Jd.65070,
Pittsburg, Jan. L-rrCjattle Cfcolc
steers w.uuhjju.zo, gooa mj55.
Hneep rrjrne wetneriHUipafi.il
The Danger Signal, Says
Grows in Magnitude, the Dead Now
1 Numbering 53, with, About 60
Injured, Some Fatally.
Washington, Jan.1). The Baltimore
& Ohio wreck at Terra Cotta Sunday
night giowo lu magnitude as tho hours
pass. Tho most conservative estimate,
of the dead Is 53, with CO injured in
the hospitals or at their' homes suffer
ing from wounds sustained lu the
rear-end collision which completely
demolished tho two day coaches ntid
the suinkqr attached to the local Fred
erick express Niti jCtfysdVorul of tho
,most seriously Injured aro expected td
dlo and ho death list may yet reach
00 or more.
Ho.trtrendlhg and pitiful were tho
scenoa at tho city mprjguo Monday
where hundreds of poraons flocked to
assist tho police lu tho identification
of the dead. Women, girls and evert
men with Iron norvos phocked, sobbed
and fainted as their relatives woro
found nmong tho 32 corps;3 sirown
about tho floor. Coffins, wicker bas
kets .and winding sheets wero fouud
on all sides. It was a dayaiiever to be
Ofllcials or (lie Uaitlmoro & Ohio
lallroad aro conducting an Investiga
tion ot tho wreck In Ualtlmoro for the
purpose of placing the responsibility
for the disaster. General Superintend
ent Todd exonerated Milton "W. Phil
lips, the operator at the Tnkom'a block
station, tho last signal station that tho
equipment train passed beforo crash
ing into the passenger train nt Terra
Cotta. Tho superintendent declared
that Phillips was obeying Instructions
when ho went homo ut G:30 oclocic,
leaving tho double green signal bum
"While making no positive charge
Superintendent Todd inUmatcd that
this burden of the blamo would fall
upon tho engineer and crow of the ex
tra. The live members -of tho crou
who woro arrested shortly after tho
lccident aro now being held to await
'.he result of the official investigation.
They aro: Harry H. Hildebrand, engi
neer; Ira C. McClelland, fireman;
Frank H. Hoffmolr, conductor; Ralph
Ruttor, brakeman, aud "William A,
fyorris, baggagoniastor. ,.
. Gazing vacantly between the Iron'
bars of his ceH.at ho police, station
Engineer Hildebrand la too full pt
emotion to make ahj' dollnlto state
ment. ''It will all come out at tho In
vestigation," ho said. "I don't bellovo
that there Is anything for mo to say
and I couldn't say It If (hero was."
Refbre ho was arrested tho engineer
mado a statement In which he declar
ed that It tho danger signal light was
displayed at Tahonia he failed to boo
It on nccount.bf tho denso:Jog.
Milton W. Phillips, the oporator,
who is also held a prisoner, said that
the equipment train ran past his dan
ger signal at a speed .of from 50 to CO
C. W. Galloway, general superin
tendent of transportation for tho rail
road, exonerated the company fr6m all
blamo and put the responsibility on
the engineer of tho" 'equlphiout train or
tho operator at Takoma block.
"If tho coroner's Jury falls to hold
tho engineer or tho block operator,"
he said, "we shall not consider tho
matter settled. Wo shall go to tho
bottom of tho wreck. TIiIb horriblo
catastrophe could hayo been avoided.
Some one Is responsible and we Intend
to leave no stone unturned until tho
responsibility has been fixed. . Tho
Takoma, block uystem was Installed
two years ago and is the safest known
to railroad men."
A Famous Painter Suicides.
Now York, Jan. 1. Herman Quid
nest, a well known fresco painter
whose work In the .Capitol building ut
Washington and iu Now York build
ings made for htm a reputation, was
found Monday In his room iu Drool
lyn, suspended from a rape mado fror.il
sheets. 110 strungiea.to ueutn.
Denied 8clirjjtx". Request.
San Frunclsco, Jan. 1. Judgo Gra
ham ou Monday -denied tho motion
mado on behalf of Mayor Schmltz to
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the cases now pending thoro on the
indictments broiight by tho grand Jury
and to reassign thorn to another do
May Cite Dunne for Contempt.
Chicago, Jau. 1, Judge -Cloland on
Monday took strong issue with Mayoi
Dunno for his action in pardoning, Do
comber 24, Joseph Wolt and his son
in-law, who, were Jlned by Judgo Clel
and for keeping a, gambling house
Tim 111011 'worn niirdoned liv tlm mnvm
atj.tiie instance of Aldorman nowler.
ueiore 1110 uuiui.-ucu nmjuai-u vuuiu uc
carried Into effect, Judgo Clelanf
tiald ho was seriously considering th(
citing of Major .'JJunhc for contempt ol
qoikramTddslafed 'that tho executive
pfthe city copW! not be permitted t
overrule Judicial 'action at his option
Startling Developments are Promised.
"Edinburgh, Scotland, Jan. 1. A war
runt Mb, bijonj hunted for the arrest ol
the driver at the express train
wrecked at Arnfoltih! December si, to
aaitiuk in tho lose of 20 livos and 30
persons.,beluK lujuijed. Lawyers have
been investigating Ltjio cause o( the
disaster and startfiHK developments
are Dromlsed at tb? board cf trade in-
THE OHIO RECORD.
Mrs. Morehsuse Goes Free.
Wooster, 0 Jnn. L After.(mor
than a year In prlsonn a chdrgo ol
murder in tlie first degree, and onc
convicted ot manslaughter, Mrs
Enola Morehouse, charged with poi
soiling an' infant, Otlm linker, whom
she secured from n hospital In Clove
land. Is a free woman. Prosccutot
CArllti on Monday asked that tho ln
dlctment bo nolled, stating he felt thai
conviction could not bo brought about,
owing to tho death of important wit
Hemes and missing points in the oVl
denco. Mrs. Morchoilso from the
time of her arrest declared sho wat
Innocent and that bad luck would
como to those whom she charged, with
pro8ociltlng her. Two of these, 'Coro
ner Sullivan and Undertaker McFnd
den, are dead and another has been
given" up to die.
Must Increase Their Trackarje.
Columbus, 0.. Jan. 1. Tho state
railroad commission In Its first report
filed with tho governor Monday, nays:
"Too much tfmo l.i wanted by tralni
lying on sidetracks and there Is much
evidence to tho effect that madn are
greatly congested oven with tho pros,
out equipment, and It Is a natural con
clusion thnt were tho oqulpnlent in
creased tho congestion would be
greater and It would therefore seem
that permanent relief can bo only se
cured through Increase In trackage."
The report shows that while tho equip
ment on Ohio railroads has Increased
about 10 per cent., the amount of
track mlleago gained but 36 per cent.
State Highway Commissioner Reports,
Columbus, O., Jan. 1. Tho state
highway commissioner, .announced
Monday that 33 counties have applied
for their'Bhare of the appropriation of
$160,000 mado by tho legislature for
good roada for 190G and 1907. There
has been paid to 30 of these counties
$51,13G.20, three counties not yot hav
ing compiled with all tho logal re
quirements. Elghty-flvo petitions for
tho construction of roadu aggregating
175 miles have been filed. Forty-five,
miles of road have been contracted
for, aro ready for letting In February
or aro bolng surveyed.
Madlgan Sues Corporations for Taxes.
Cleveland, Jan. 1. Monday, by suit
filed in common pleas court, City
Auditor-County Treasurer Madlgan
asked for a feo of $39,306.40 for tho
collectldn of $432,370.64, nlleged hack
taxoa owed by the American Ship
building Co. and the Cleveland-Cliffs
Iron Co. Tho monoy is alleged to bo
due on personal property aggregating
? 13,052,795, and covers a period of six
years' from' 1900 to 19p5. Tho Ameri
can .Shipbuilding Co. Is sued for $139,
021.24 taxes and a collection fee of
$13,962.10, a total of $153,583.34.
plalmt- Boycott Ruined His Business.
Lorain, O., Jan. 1. Joseph Brooker,
a saloonkeepor, filed suit Monday tor
$2,000 against Thomas Price, John
Easterllug and others, members ot tho
Ohio Liquor league, alleging that they
have boycotted him and ruined his
saloon and lunch business by prevent
ing him from "purchasing beer, bread
aud buns, Ico and otlior necessary arti
cles." He was granted a . temporary
injunction against the defendants. It
is Bald that Brooker violated an agree
ment to sell no large glasses of beer.
A Big Trolley Deal la Pending.
Youngstown, O., Jan. L It Is stated
hero that all the properties of tho Ma
honing & Shennngo Valley Railway
aud Light Co. will bo sold lu a short
time to tho Evorett syndicate, of
CleVelaud. Tho salo Includes all the
trolley linos lu Youngstown, Warren,
NHes, Sharon aud Now Castle and tho
gas and electric light franchises lu
this city, Now Castlo and Sharon and
tho waterworks plant lu tho Inst
namod place. The capital stock of the
company Is $10,000,000,
Burglar Threw Lamp at Woman.
Columbus, O., .Tun. L -A negro burg
lar wns dotected lu Mrs. S. J. Corbln'a
bedroom curly Monday morning. She
reached for a revolver under hor pil
low.' Tho nogro throw a lighted lamp
at hor. It hit hor 9-year-old sou nud
burned him. Tho bedclothes caught
flro. While Mrs. Corblu was putting
out tho ilames the negro escaped.
Hamilton County Has 1,707 Saloons.
Columbus, O., Jan., 1. Hamilton
comity's Dow tax settlement sheet for
the Decomber collection was checked
up Monday by tho auditor of state and
shows that 1,707 saloons aro doing
business there, CO less than at the
July settlement. Tho total tax collect-
J .03 091 '
373, of which tho state get?
A Fire at Loclriand.
. Cincinnati. Ji. L Tho irialn build
lng of tho Philip Carey Manufacturing
Co. at Locklaud, a suburb-, wan do
stroyed by lire Monday, Iobb, 33 009
Bruco Vansant, a millwright, uui
probably fatally burned-.
Will bo Burled In England' Valhalla,
London, Jnn. 1, Tho remains of
Baroness Burdett-Coutts, who . died
here Sunday, will bo burled in West
minster Abbey on Saturday.
Guggenheim's Election de Assured.
Denver, Jan, 1. Smijn Guggen
heim's election as Inited Slates sena
tor to succeed Thoiuas M, 1'nttorr.rjii
Is assured by tho action of tlio rupMb
llcuu members of the genoral asaoui
bly In caucus Monday, Ouggouliolni's
candidacy was endorsed by a vote of
08 to 1,
The President Refurna to Washington.
, Washington, Jan. 1, President nd
Mrs, Roosevelt and party returuVd
Utiro last night aftor their short )J
journ at "Pino Knot." Mrs, Roosevelt
. ftebuke l Followed
Houston, Tex., JnihlL-A ritipjiosed
miempi iu nssassnuuo first 'yi" -McGregor,
wife of ,Repre4Siitfltive"l(!ct
McGregor, and tho annauribcinent tlitit
membors of tho family at Churlo)
Ilttino had been poisoned 1' has ltd
many Houston hotiseljolde'ib tb ll.
charge tholr negro servants.' A'tlckro
man, who was a servant InVthd .Mc
Gregor homo, is charged wltltrnlioolthg
into tho dining room of the MeOrcgnr
homo. Tho bullot narrowly h)lKPi
Mrs. McGregor's head. Tho triioottnc
followed a rebuko to tho negro's vlfo,
who was employed as cook for tho Mc-.
Dover, Del., Jnn. 1. With tho lar
est republican delegation over olerted
and with John Edwtftd Addicka tilutMit
for tho first time in 14 yenrn, Dela.
waro's assemblymen again deadlocked
last night over organization. "
Belle Bllton la Dead.
. London, Jan. 1. Tlio Countess of
Clancarty, who was? nt ono tlmo wolS
known on tho ntagc as Belle nilton,
tiled last evening nt hor residence at
anrlral'y Pai-k, 'Jouuty Oalwuy, Iro
.and. Mclbourno'c Qulat Sunday.
Melbourne has successfully ro3u:
rccted tho "Lord'o day act of Georgf
III." That city is a Sabbatarian
stronghold. No Sunday newspapor 13
allowed' to nppcar, and overy hotel Is
cloned by law, although a good deal of,
illicit drinking is dono.
An appetizer is
Anew barrel jmt opened.
F. J. LUSCH
N.E. Cor. State fi: Center Sts.
.. BOTH THONES
to all. Wo ffroaVy approciato ' tho
buslncsa vo, rccotvcVfrom you the
isact yoar and wo wiuciulcator to
still continue to Give yoSytluf best
good for the prico to ho found any
where. Wo aro preparing ttomo very
special bargains fo'r onr January
sale. Come aud investigate.
14G and 147. South Main Street.
J. B. LAYTON.
To clean up on tlio following artic
Ichbjvo mako thoyo CTcat reductions.
SPEQAL I 4
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Dr. Prlco'p Baking Towdcq lDc 10c
Dr. Price's Bakiiig Powtlar 25c 10c
Occd Cocoa . . ., ,. 2Qc 10c
Oocd Cocoa a5c 20c
Sifter Ktovo Polish 05c 22c
Dixou'3 Stovo Polish .... P5c 2Yc
Mcchanlc'o Soap 05u 2V2C
Schcpp'fl Cocoannt 10c 05c
Shopp's Cocoanut 20c 10c
Oh'o Matclica 10c 05c
Calada Tea 10c 00o
Phono ,'i!) 20!) K. Center Stri-el.
Afe'cndy for Wood's Hostcn Coffee
Year for the
With a piece pf our now furaiturt
to brighten tho homo. That will bo
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brands of b'lojin o
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space for. anonnee-
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offer , lo users
all :grorJkjrs am
If You Want to Make Money
by buying K"od clothing , - v
:'.fi.00 Slut for ......"..."... io:oo
Suit for .-...'....;... 6(1,0
new clothing .store 205
Stri'H, opposite lyong'a
ho best place to buy,
There is one thing1.
makes an extra
specialty -f ,
al mine prbduc-
ji we make ac-
ible to our pa-
Ihe best nt
Valley can turn
1 no soil con s o
Vircinia and Kentucl
You jet coal salisfatlion here,
and It costs no more than elsewhere-
Boiling Meat from 4 to 7c,
Beef SleaK. for 10c, He and
5 12c because 1 do not have
Citizens Phone 917' ' ;
Elm Street Meat Market j5
LEARN SHORTHAND at
the Most Successful 'Com
mcrcial Schdbl in themte.
Shorthand ill onablo yott
to (jam a lago uala: ,dnd
Bla yotii profosaion tjiat is,
not crowded. Kb school in the
country traitt3 tiucji v large
per cont of ita Btuilcnte n to
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hor Ik Now tcnii
nry 2. Employmw
to mcot oxponnos
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coal lor tho cheery
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a 'ny ' ,"
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