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MARION DAILY MIXROKJ MONDAY JAN. 28, 1907.
B. DICKINSON & CO.
Which Closed Saturday at
Indorsing, the Policy of May
JThe Institute was Largely Attended
1 and Proved One of the Most In
. struct! ve Ever Held.
At -.he Saturday afternoon and
.closings j session, of tho Caledonia
ar('tnen),nlnstluto. tliero was the
UirgoBHuttcndaneo of-any precong
ntl tll6,, prd&ram proved one of
jboit' txtraordlnnrv nature The
(Caledonia; farniKrs demonstrated
their lnterjCMj; In agricultural educa
tion by turn tig out and making this
annual ln'it ito thn mobt highly btic.
eessful ever held lu' Marlon county.
AIjoymtj ijesalon, the town hall was
orowdetl.Jtd' Hg full "Bating capacity,
'aug rif the clpslug
were ' rilrntd avay.
' The program opened with music
by tho mixed choir. A question
box was tho next procedure. Moro
(than: fifty questions were placed
Jn the box and some vory interesting
dlBcussious .resulted in answering
'The -first address of Jho afternoon
Wr"fWu" "by 'thiT spcakof Charles
Mclnllrc on tho subject, "Improving
UnproductUc goll." Ho advised that
it flnjt bo thoiuughjy dialned, thuii
hoavlly foitlllzcd and ccdcd to clov.
r. "Plow under tho clover and
again seed the soil lightly. Keep
this process up until tho Mill galas
' mif flclont lite " to produce a heavy
crop,"- Uyclaiod the speaker.
n trs. JJC. I. Smith road a very In
tor9StliiL'Sii5oi,ton tno subject, ".My
Exp'orlenco In liaising" Chickens."
She (.'inclosed borne unliMial details
In tho lino of chicken raising and
specially advised the farmer to raise
moro chickens, declaring thorn fast
Ono .,ojr"t,he4 nmst pleasing numbors
of tho afternoons piogrnm was a
vocal duet remieied by littlo Mlbhe.s
Lvina and Leona Tho.v. A recitation
"Land Poor," by Adola Martin wa3
"Some Pioblems We Must SoIe" ;
was I he subject of tho closing speech
of tho institute delivered by A. II .
Judy. Mr. Judy lehearsod tho
main roiiits brought out In his pre
vious lectures during the institute,
emphasizing tho things which the
farmer sjiould glvo special atten.
tlon. Ho declared that tho farmer
should' aim at higher education,
which tends, townrd higher citizen.
Beforo, tho Instltuto adjourned, tho
resolution committee, composed of
Messrs. D, W. Ault, W. L. Uiissel
and J. T. Brockclsby, roported tn
valuable sot of resolutions which
wero later" adopted. Tholr sum and
, lubstanco follows:
Ile;olYcd: That wo lndorso tho
reform movemout In politico, which
lb generat throughout tho stato. Wo
fuvor county locil option. Wo faor
tho contliiuuifce o tho 'salary systetu
pertaining to county offices.
JTlwt wo lndorso tho. procedur of
flayer . Schorff of our county bpat
'in hs determined cffortB to better
the morals of thu city and county,
"Wo express uppteclatlon of tlio
VurdH of welcome from Mayor Grub
IV. our hIiicciq thanks to the proas
fur its many codrtesltB, tho ttatn
iHpeaHcrs Mubhi's. Melntlro anil Judy
and' all ollierH yrh have in uny way
fcontrlljuted, to tlio succesH of Uic
t ,. . , .
, Stockholders' Meeting;
Tho annual meeting of the Stock
holders of tho Mirror Publishing
Company 'will bo hold at the offlco of
1 t'jp company Wcduosday January 30,
JO07, at Ti'BO p. m,, for tho purpose
Of elcotipg a board of directors, and
,jfbrthe transacting of such other
business as may como beforo said
O. mmoEgS. l'rea.
-- N, 13. ARNOLD, ec!
put our stock bit by bit. The
hold under the strain of re-
tiuotfoVis that have been- heavy enough
alreadytd leave its influence on the as
sortment of Suits and Overcoats.
123 East .
Why Colds Are Dangerou
If you would lie immune fiom 1II1-
cnBC, keep the system healthy. Kneli
successive cold weakens ti'o constitti.
lion mid tenders Infectious diseases
more liable. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy will cure your cold promptly
and restore the system to Its normal
condition, For aalo bv all ding
gists. WILLIAM STONER
Of Richland Township Goes Violent.
' An affidavit, alleging that Wil
liam Sloner, of Richland township,
Is an Insano person, was filed Sunday
by his biother Harry Stoner, of
Tho unfortunate man Las for tho
last year been subject to spells of;
despondency and during tho past
week has become violent. His
affliction .results in his tearing in cry
stitch of clothing from his body. !
and when taken into custody Sun.
uuy luiL-muuu uy oumu .uiuwii unu
Deputy Johnson, ho was found sit.
ting on a bod In this condition.
Mr. Stoner la 32 years of age and
a mar-Jed man. Tho officials
brougut him to' this city in a cab
and found It necessary to strap hls
arms to prevent him from tearing
off his clothing on tho return trip.
Later lip becamo , manageable, and
after taking somo nourishment at
tho Jail seemed to rest easier.
Judge Foster will hold a hearing
Bee'a Laxative Coan Syrup con.
tainlng Honey and Tar, is especially
appropriate for children, no opiates or
poisons or t any character, conforms
to the conditions of the National
Puro Food and Drug Law, Juno 30,
190B. For Croup, Whooping Cough,
etc. It cxpola Coughn and Cold3 by
gently moving tho bowcla. Quuran
at Smart & Wad-
HARRY E. WILSON '
After Short Illness With
6on of Geo. Ferrell Passes Away
Infant Child of Mr. Wells is
Buried at Delaware
Hairy E.. tho 5-year-old .sun of
Mr. and Mis. '.). V. W'ilson, of
Curntlr Amuiuo, ilied at 1:0 o'clock
Monday morning 'after a bhoit ill
ness of membraneous eioup.
Tho child was. itaken ill Satur
day nighl but appeared to bo bet
ter Sunday. His serious condition
was not lealb.ed until late Sunday
nicht and ho d:Vd a few hours
uitenvniu. uesiiies 1110 .parents', a
sister Elizabeth una a biother Jay.
The funeral borvicos which will
be held at tho residenco Tuesday
al'tornoou at 1:30 o'clock, will bo
private. Tho remains will bo bur
ied in iMariou Cemetery.
The ono-iuimlh-old son of Mr.
and Mib. Goorgu Ferrell, of N.
Alain blreot( died .Sunday moriiing
cf. 'iucojuple'tu hcuit btructuio.
Tim leiuiiiins weio taken lo
Owens Stutiou JMonday morniug for
funeral bcrviceb and buiiul.
Tlio three-day-old-bon of Mr. and
Mrs. Wollsi, of Scranlon Avenue,
died Sunday night at xix o'clock
death being duo to uiuUVmuntiou.
The reinuins wore taken to Dola
waro Monday al'tci 110011 for intor
Why Safffr From Rheumatism
Dil you know that rheumatic pains
can bo relieved? If ou doubt this,
just try one" application of Chamber.
Iain's Pain Balm. It may not glvo
you relief fiQiu pain but will mako
rest nud ulcop pqsalblo, and that cer
tainly means a great deal to any ono
nffllclcd'wlth rbcumatiBin. For salo
by all druggists,
N,ow on Smart' fit . Wftddell's
DIVINE SERVICES HELD IN
LOCAL HOUSES OF WORSHIP
Rev. D. H. Bailey Gives an Interesting Addres9 on the
Subject "The Life of Charles Spurgeon--Revival Ser
vices Growing in Interest at Lcc Street Mission-Rev.
Mr. Rourke Delivers Powerful Sermon on, "If I Should
Die Tonight"-"Prepare to Meet Thy God," Subject of
Rev. Hensel's Address Rev. Piatt Lectures Before the
Y. M. C. A.
One of the most Intel estlng ad.
dieei dcllv6iod In any of the
Mnrloii Churehe Sunday was that of
nev. U. II. Bailey at the r.pwurth
M. J'. Chiirr'ti Sund.iy evening, when
he f chose tor his tuiliject the life of
Clmiin Spurgeon, 'whom) example
has b"on an Inspiration to young
tulnlslors for many yeais.
Itov. Palley paid a most glowing
and rloriuont tribute to the famous
Kngltshman. He said that Spurgeon
began to preach when he wni but
IS ycit-H of ago at Bedford, Hnglnnd,
and for two years, lie held that pas
torate. During the entire time Spur-
goon preached every night of the
year, either In his own chin oh or at
somo uf the Mirroundlng towns. .
Two years later this eminent ill.
vino was called to tho St. James
Cathwlral In London at the ago of
20 yearn and for !)8 years was tho
pastor of that ono church continu
ously In all that time, Spurgeon
novor missed preaching at least ono
sermon a diy, so that for 3G5 days
of every year, covering the entire
time of his service as n minister,
and until tho time of his death, ho
preached a sermon every day moro
than nnv other minister has ever
nreajhcil either beforo or Blnco tho
I death of one of tho most eminent,
'inspiring and lovable characters in
I tho Christian ministry.
,n,.,i t n... n ..c r.s
years; but during tho time he had
chnrgc of St. Jnmcs church, ho built
tho Jnammoth tabernacle which seat
ed ton thousand people.
Cluirlefl Spurgeon was a Baptist,
both hi grandfather and greaL
grandfather on tho maternal wldo,
being cougregatlonallst mlnibtcrH. It
was said of his mother that during
tho oov's youueer days, alio nrayed
that ho might -develop into a minis-
tor, tnd lu his after life he frequent
ly laughingly recalled to her that
her ,'rayers had not only been an.
swered, but more 'for the reason that
he w,is not only a minister, but a
. 'Among the many other strong and
forceful characteristics of the man,
enumerated by Itov. Bailey, was
Spurgcou's wonderful faculty of
Bomohow or other, knowing that
bonio rue ui'in in his VihI nudioncci
would bo touched by hty sermons.
It hunpriird lioquuntly Ihe pastor
said, that after one or Spurgoon'a
sernions, w)Mo miiiu would como to
him mid ask how ho (Spurgeon)
knew (hat man was u hU audience;
how he know how that man felt,
and l.cw he cunio to know so ex.
aclly almost -that man's very
thoughts, It was this splirt of sym-
pathy which won hundicdH to tho
chuivh, and made Spuigeou ono of
thd giontcbt preachen that ever
A-i'ongieg.itlon that filled all of
tho seating nud stnnilfnjr room
epiird at the Leo street PioHbyterinn
Mission was picseut last night at
Jhe i'evlvnl services loiiducted by
tlih mihior. Rev. C. 1Z. Lownlo.
Y' Tho pastor spoke on tho subject,
"Home," which ho found In tho
.text at John 14.2, "In my Father's
Home theto are ninny mansions."
Tho speaker called attention to tho"
homo of boyhood, tho lovo, tender,
ness nud good feeling that is tliero
apparent. Ho pointed out that tho
houso vjf the Fathor of .Men is also a
homo of tho boy and for tho man,
but thaUtho path to tho homo la
narrow and has many turns.
"Tho path Is tilled with difficul
ties end It U hard to follow, " but
the goldo Is the .Bible and If tho
guldo is followed, tho seeker will
not io led astray. Tho Blblo Is tho
compTH that will keep the wanderer
lu tho straight paths, if like the
prodUal, ho wanders from tho path
and with now endeavor finds thu
way Lack, ho will bo welcomed us
wnd tho piodlgal .son," said tho
Tho bcrnioii 'vus well lecolved ami
tho Mpeakop held the entire attention
of his congregation throughout. Tho
roWval services are doing a. largo
uniouat or goou ana many persons
aro udlug brought to tho altar. Tho
services will bo hold every night
tins week, excepting Saturday. To
night nnd tomorrow night Row
George- ,M. Rourko of tho First
Presbvtoriau church will asslbt tho
pastor nnd largo congregations are
expected to attend.
"If I Should Die Tonight," was thn
subject of a powrcful Eormon deliv.
ored by Rev, G. M. Rourko at tho
First Piesbytcrlaif Church Sunday
night. Tho sermon was based upon
tho Twentieth verso of tho Twelfth
Chapter- of St. Luke, "Hut God said
unto him, Thou fool, thla night thy
soul phall bo requ!rod"f theo; then
whoso shall thoso things be, which
thou hast provlded:i'
fpie speaker described Ihe charae.
teris'les of I in. wayward -one, tjie
sinner and 'Hie poron who foam the
thoug'its f death. Hc( fltRt-deelntcd
that he prefer! cd his body to hl
soul, seionu 110 pnuera me wonu 10
. ,. . . 1 1 1
Clod and third he prefers time to
eternity, "ifohan no slar In hit unl-
veise; no guiump; prniripicH, nis
dinner tabic, (and wine p.ulor Is hli
chief lefiulslfc and In thoni he Is
content," declared the pastor. Con
tinuing he declared that wo should
not devote ka much of our time to
eaithly things'? but seek the kingdom
of ilod. Qlvo alms, he ready at a
knock to open' to our Lord whenso.
over he comoth. The people must
take tliN tlniQ'of grace, for It is a
fearful tlilngto die without rcconcil-
Tho Calvary evangelical church
edifice was occupied to U3 full seat
ing capacity t Sunday evening, and
very powerful evangelistic bervlces
wero conducted by the pastor, Rev.
J. W. Honsel. The pastor talked
on tho theme, "Proparo to Meet
Thy God." "?
Ho declared It the chief event in
every man's life nnd said that a
meeting is Inevitable. "The condi
tion, of your soul determines tho
nature of that-meeting, and It Is the
natural desire of every heart to
meet God in peace, thereforo get
light with - God," emphasized tho
speaker. In tho concluding thoughts
Rev. Honsel spoke of repentance
through Christ and belief lu God as
tho preparatory work to God and
The pastor announced Unit tho
meetings would continue through tho
week, the services being held each
Rev. Byron C. Piatt delivered the
last ef hla 'series of lectures to
younfg men, beforo a largo audience
at the regular Sunday afternoon
men's meeting at tho Y. M. C. A.
Sunday. "Thor Young Man and Hits
Religious Life." was tho subject
irom winch the speaker derived a
score of Interesting ai.d helpful
thou-jhti. Undivided his talk In
to three dli;tjnot,divisloim: first,
that the religious youug man nhould
have the proper .vision Of God; sec
ond, that he should hawi a clotr
vlslo-i of himself third, that ho
should have u vlalpiii or the Held .
of his pcpslbllltlcBfhe lecturo was
fonn lod on the story of luulnh tho
Proptat nnd .as .presented In -lcar!S of uritations, bongs and nistru-
mannei . ' v
111 connection ' wlti the address,
tho Y. M. C A.fgh'0 club sang a
very pleasing selection and Mr.
C. F. Church, baritone, icudoied a
ocaI solo He was iiciompanled
by .Mis? Grace Seffner.
At We-ley M. 1J. chinch at the
morning sen tec, tho pastor Rev.
C. K. Rowley spokn from Implies,
tans 5:2i".27: and in, tho evening', he
addressed ono f the largest longie
gatlois over assembled lu Wesley
chimin, upon Romans 5:20, "Where
sin abounded, grac did much moro
abou'id." The .readier obervcdj
"It Is a gie.it tiling to beiievo tno
Bible. People aro npt to speak
very lightly about bolievlng tho
Bible. Vory leadlly they exclaim,
'Yes, I bollevo tho Bible.' We ought
to examine our hearts, and seo It
wo roilly do bollevo it. Many church
members claim wo cannot Rvo with
out sin; and ,yct, this scripture
teaches that whore- sin abounded,
graco did much 'more, abound; henco,
by tho grace of God, a man cm bo
made inoro of a .Christian than ho
fiaa oVnF'b'con a slinier. " Tho case
of Jerry MtCauloy, of Now Y'uic
City, was refcrcd to, as an Illus
tration." -Tho speakor applied the
text especially to Clnibtlans, show
ing that, though "thoy may luiui
tjeon hindered by Binful tempers, ab
normal and unholy nppetltles, and
by fear: according to tho Word of
God, 'thoy may havd comploto vic
tory in tholr livout mid realize tho
much nioro abounding j;raco in their
'Although tho entire auditorium t
tho Uiurch w.ui packed, 01110 fifty
or seventy-five wqro obliged to
stand 'through tho1'; -whole service.
Tho lovlval mooting: will bo contin
ued through tho week.
CENTRAL CHRISTIAN OHUROH
The membois of the Ceutral Chris
tian Church will give a social at tho
churoU vou Thursday, vphlng, Jail,
uary 31 at 7:30'. fU the members
and friends aro iny,Uod to attend,
AUo a cordial Invitation lo extended
to all tlioao who'-aselstod us in , tho
"Luthoi" enloitalnnioilt. l.'JS-3t
Piles Cured tnOte 14 Days.
PAZO OlNTMIiJNNT- is guaranteed
to cure any mho" of itching, Blind,
Bleeding or Protruding Plica in 6 to
14 day'or money refunded, BOo.
Sold by Floi'Vn'ffj.riruR Store -
36, 30, 50 Reductions.
Suits, Overcoats, Raincoats
Canvass Gloves 2 pairs for scents. 'c
Sweaters One-Half Price:
II 1 wmmi .a. 1 I hi tmiwwmmmmtwmwmmmmmmmKmmmmimmimmmewamMrUiimmmiir&JKK39nimamimmminmmmmmmMMamm&m
M:ts Helen Houghton, of Vino
street, vas hostess Satin day alter'
noon to tho Littlo Lights of Litera
ture, at a very interesting meet
ing. Tho roll call answered with
quotations 'fiom tlio woiks of Lou
isa May Aleott and Miss Pay
llubor gave a short biography of
Miss Aleott. Miss' klbl.sfe" Edwards
read n paper on tlio books "of'M'ss
Aleott and her position as a writ
er n'l'tor which Mi.ss Ruth Emory
reviewed "An Old Fashioned Gill"
Tlio program was closed with a
sketch of the life oC William Mc
Kinley, by Miss Marguerite '"Wbit-
A peanut contest proved to be
very cutertaining and was, won by
Miss Muriel Freelandi Misb Bernico
Lunger lccciving the consolation
The guests of the club on this
occasion were Misses Muriel Free
laud. Bernico Lunger, Evai Harvey
nud Gertrude Click. Tho next
meeting will be held at tho home
of Miss Kathryn Felty, of Belle
fontaiuo" avenue in two weeks.
Ono of tlio uioat enjoyable lodge
at fail & of the month was the fam
il social gien Saluiday night lij
tlic I'liileil Cniiinicicial Tr.ivelem.
Alter a sboi 1 iiil'oiiual suciul -en-son
mi excellent pn'giii'in coiisjsl-
uieiilal selections was rendeied.'
Follow ng the progr.iin, a tine
lour i-niir-u biniimet wa- .-crved.
E. 1). I'nckiirdi ai-tiiii? as to.i.-tiu.i--tcr.
called upon a nuinber of the
lsi'ilie- aiitl ((oiitleiiien iis-euihled
abont the fi'-lal bqanl. Ipr short
ton-t-. The entile Miccc-- f the
evening was due 111 n l.iige paU to
the olToiis of tho comiiiillt'e" in
I'liimec. Mr-. I'r.ifilv" King , Mi-.
Mojrar and Mi-s Boyd.
Airaiigciiieiits won iludb to
iniiku the family -neiiilyUiouthly on
ciniuuiio in tlo i'litine.
A delightful p.uiy w.i.- given Sat
urday eening at Ihe ieaant home
of Mi-. L. C Doniiiwnrth in Cale
donia, honoring Mi Dora Bnselor
of Gieen Camp, a cousin of the hos
Twenty-two lady fricudsweio
present and u most enjoyable time
lesulted. Games wete in older and a
delicious hiipper added to the pleas
ure of tlio occasion.
Hairy II. Uartnian of Morral and
Miss .leunio Hughe-' of llarpster
weio united in uiurringo Sunday
oveniiiH: at six o'clock at tho pnuou
boiuigu in llarpster, Hhv. O. 11.
Tlio brido and yioom weio atten
ded by Mr. Huiley Cool; up best
man, mid Mis. Florence Hughes,
bister of tho brido as bridesniniil.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Ilnrtuiau aro
popular young people in their re
spective localities, tho jrrouui until
lccently having been employed at
the Stcnin Shovol plant. Tho bride
is tlio daughter of Mr. and Mm. J.
L. Hughes. Mr. and Mr. Hartman
will mako their futuio homo nt Mor
ral. Honoring tlio sixth birthday an
niversary of her little daughter
Mis Louise, Mrs. Geoige Frank
at her homo o East Chuich street
entertained a 'party cf little folks
Saurday afternoon from tlucc to
six. During ithose hours various
parlor games wero played and a
jollv good tl'lnu enjoyed by the
childieii. A daiuly liineliean add
ed gieatly to tho pleasure of tlio
occasion. It wiw a llred but lioppy
ciowd of little folks thai at six
o'clock dopailed for their respec
tive homes after ,tlinn!iii!r their
liMlo hostess for n duliglitfiil after
iioitn nud AVisliiug luir (many inoro
Main & Center Sts.
such happy liirhdny nnuivctr&niics.
TI1010 piesent wero Misses Mary
Cathah-inu Hinkle, Marjorie Eyinon,
Mary Aiiileison, .lane I'fann, Edna
Cuiiiiinjr'iani. Esther Bartram, Elea
nor LeVinoy. Anabolic Mouser,
Racliel Shute, Josephine Sehnictor,
M'ncclla Beckett. Helena Mou-er,
Amelia May. Isabehe and Louise
Frank, Kathryn Headly, GhiI
Davis Lillian Ammnuu Emily
Frank, El'zabetlf Frank and Mar
puonto Knight. Mastei-s I'haile-s
Sanford Wilson, George Jl'l'ann,
Grant M"ouscr. Jolin and Henry
llano, Homer Cleary. Harley Bnr
nison, Charles Frank, "Warren and
John Christian and Francis
At their pleasant homo 011 tho
Park Boulevard, Mr. and Mrs. C
C. Brown entertained a few friends
Sunday evening with a dx o'clock
dinner. Coverc wcio laid for eight.
Honoring his birthday auniversary
Harry Atkinson at his homo on Reed
Avenue pleasantly entertained 11
number of her fi lends Saturday cv-
onlng. The houra weio whlled awny
at games and iiniflc D.iluty 10-
fresh neuth added to the ple.isuie of
Tli s in iiltendaiici' were
Misses Herlhii Bender, Lum.i
Cioss Olive Smith. Ainu Fetter.
Pauline Bonder. Lei ha Stone, nil.i
Somnier. Mniy Atkliihon. Luella
Fetter nud Messrs Ileilioit Bendei,
Fiank Uurkiii, Khuer Illumnon, A
V. Lowe. Walter Fetter. , William
t'lnior, Anion Flexse
son. Hairy Atkinson
MauX.111 lite llemcdy put up In
coinenlent collapsible miIich with noz
zle nttuchniciit so that the leniedj
may bo applied at the mm seat of
the tio.ible. thin lelUnlug almost
Instantly b'leedlng, llehlng or pio
Iruillr.g idles. Satisfaction guaiau
teed or mone lefunded
"Sold by Floi ken's Drug Store.
Liniment Ignites After Being
Applied to Foot.
Flesh was Seared Into Sickening
Little Curls Before Flames
6 Could be Extinguished
William Davis, of North Main
street, met with rnther a peculiur
and very painful ticcldont Saturday
ovenlng. Mr. Davis was at his
stable on North Main street, and
had lust iubb)d a quantity of llnl.
meat on his lett ankle, which was
causing him eoiuldernble annoyance
nud pain. He thou stood in front
of an open gtia ilro lo dry tho liu."
Imeut. Thu stuff Ignited and lu a
moinint, tho nun's leg was envolopedi
In flau'cs, burning and bearing the
fleDh ac far as tho knee.
In many places tho skin was
crunifled and twitted Into sickening
littlo curls and tho pain was fright
ful Dr C. T Wlant was sum
moned, und after a tlmB succeeded
in somewhat nllajlng tho unfortun.
ato men's suflerlugs. It la thought
that he liniment must huvii con.
Pine Salvo Carbollzed acts like a
poult Ico; highly antiseptic, extensive,
ly usod for Eczema, for chapped
hands nud lips, cuts, burns.
Sold by Flockeu'H fling Store.
TROY'S IRON WORKERS
ARE GIVEN A RAISE
Ti.. . ..l.i'i. 2. -Two
iiniu-.ind nii'ti cuipUivcd by tho
Ituidi'ii J1011 company hn been nol1
lied ol 11 pt'iienil nilvmico in wnes,
lieainnintr' February -1. l'u'ddlers
are given an advance of 23 centi
a ton. The now scale for rollers
and heaterfc has not been- announced
but it is beliood the increase will
be two cents a ton.
in prices Smart &
New lot just in mostly Bor
axiue and Sweet Homo Soap.
Boraxino per box 7cts Sweet
Home Soap 2 for Gets. All
other Larkin Goods at just 50
per cent off of Larkins regu
lar price. Why pay agonts
twice a much ast yon pay
Phones 39. 209 L. Center St.
Arjoncy for Woods Boston Colloci
, For a few day
wc will sell
3 tans 25c
Phono orders to
F. J. U3SCH
N 13. Cor Si ite & Center Sts,
Lowest prices ever made
sn Children's Coats. Mon
day we offer us follows:
Choice of all children's
coats that sold (tin "jrc
from $5 To $10 at C)Ui I O
Choice of all children's
coats that sold from $3.50
Choice of a lot children's
roats that sold from $2.00
tb I A O fr snrt waists
I &J worth from $2
to $3.50, choice only $1 48.
fiOrt for waists that sold
yOC up to $2.50.
QKn for dressinri jackets
yOU and Himonas worth
up to $1.75.
dlO OQ or some $6.00
CPZitfO values in shirts.
1C CO for $1500 Rain
Come tomorrow. The
best values in the city are
0PP. COURT HOUSE.
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