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MAMi MEEriKG OIT CITIZENS
HeMMlMTiM Means or Entertain
ment lor the Drlcgates to itao
Judicial Convention. -
a mass meeting or citizen was
held Thursday afternoon in response
"to a call issued by Mayor Ceerver
The Mayor stated tbe object oj the
meeting to be to arrange for tbe enter
tainment of tbe delegates and visitors
to the judicial convention to be held
in this city May 29 b, to appoint com-
On motion Mayor Coerver was
chosen as chairman of tbe meeting
and Ben H. Adams and X. A. Ham
mer were selected as secretary and
assistant secretary respectively.
On motion of Leon J. Albert the
chair was requested to appoint
committee of three to consult together
and report what committees would be
necessary to carry out the purpose in
view. Leon J. Albert, E F. Blo-
meyer and David A. Glenn were ap
pointed as such committee. These gen
tlemen, after a conference, reported
the different committees as follows:
General arrangements: . F. E. Bur
rough, Otto Eckhardt, E. H. Engel
mann, J. S. McGee, J. H. Rider.
f inance: M. i- iteming, Louis
Stein, L. J. Albert jr, C. T. Lewis,
Reception: R. IL Whitelaw, R. L.
Wilson, B. F. Davis, J. B. Dennis,
S. M. Green, J. D. Wilson, Louis
Houck, L. Caruthers, W. H. Miller,
Wilson Cramer, J. A. Hope, R. B.
Oliver, Alex Ross, R. G. Ranney.
Transportation: E. F. Blomeyer,
L. B. Houck, W. S. Albert, J no,
Mulvihtll, EL G. Dempsey.
It was embodied in tbe report of tbe
committee that Mayor Coerver be
chairman of all of tbe committees.
On motion of Judge Burrough, the
chairman was authorized to add to
these committees or substitute other
names as in his judgment was ad
visable. The meeting than adjourned.
Wny They Do not Believe.
Rev. Dr. Talmage gives the follow
ing sensible reasons why skepticism
exists among newspaper men:
"One of the greatest trials of the
newspaper profession is that its mem
bers are compelled to see more of tbe
world than other professions. Through
all newspaper offices, day after day,
passes all tbe wickedness of the world,
all church bickerings, all vanities
that want to be repaired, all the mis
, takes that want to be corrected, all
the dull speakers that want to be elo
quent, all tbe meanness that wants to
'get its name noticed gratis in its col
umns in order to save tbe tax adver
tising column; all the men that want
to be set right; all tbe crack brained
philosophers with stories as long as
their hair and as gloomy as their
faces. Through tbe editorial and re
portorial rooms all the follies and
-shams of tbe world are seen, day after
day, and the temptation is to believe
in neither God nor man. It is no sur
prise that in this profession there are
skeptics. I only wonder that jour
nalists believe anything."
AN EXCELLENT IDEA.
Newtspoper Men Recommended as
Detectives In Chicago
Chicago newspaper reporters may
be enlisted in the city police service.
Chief of Police Kipley advises their
appointment to places in the detective
department, where .they may serve as
aids to the officers commanded byj
Chief of Detectives Colleran.
Chief Kipley expressed the opin
ion that in tbe employment of active,
wide-awake cewsgatherers, men train
ed by experience and fitted by dispos
ition to secure conviction as well as
readable evidence, the value of his
prerent force would be greatly aug
mented. "The need for remembering minute
details of cases and court recorfis af
ter their disposal before the proper
tribunal peculiarly adapts a newspa
per man for the work," he said.
"Give me a few lively newspaper men,
lots of tenacity and the ability to ex
press themselves and I could catch
the slickest rascals whom the devil
The recent robberies on the Lake
shore drive, and the apparent utter
inability of the detective force to find
a clue has, it is said, brought Chief
Kipley to the conclusion that the em
ployment of newspaper men would re
sult in the vast improvement in the
efficiency in that branch of the police
A Novel Suit.
. A Little Rock dispatch says that a
novel case is scheduled for the Pulaski
Chancery Court. J. A. Watts of
Little Rock purchased eighteen inches
of space in the Advertiser, owned and
edited by B. E. Patten, stating that
he wanted to use it far his business.
He paid in advance for the space and
called later during the day with the
copy. Instead of advertising his
business the copy dealt entirely with
the candidacy of Attorney General
Jeff Davis, booming that candidate
for governor. Mr. Patten rejected
the matter, claiming that he had. ob
tained the space under false represen
tations. He also made a tender of
the money, but Watts refused it. Mr.
Watts bas entered suit against Patten
and will try to have the court force
h:m to insert tbe advertisement.
WILL MAKE A GOOD FIGHT
And JaUfr the Confidence Placed
in Him by His Party
Tie Democrat bad a brief talk
to-day with Norman A. Mozley, the
Republican candidate far congress
from this district.
Mr. Moziey said In response to
query on tbe subject that the commit
tee had not yt arranged the onlline
of his eaiseutign, where he would
make suches, the dates etc, and he
could give no information yet on this
point. He suited, however, that he
had already commenced work and
expected to keep it up without cessa
tion from now till election day. Mr.
Mozley thinks the conditions and the
situation generally are similar to
those of the year when be made his
famous campaign against Arnold
but he is making no boasts of what
he expects to do, or what the result
will be. He 6 peaks quite modestly on
these points, but at the same time
?ives one to understand that he will
do ali that can be done.
The Republican candidate is a most
pleasant, affable gentleman, and he
cannot fail to make an excellent im
pression on the voters of this district.
THE SHAMROCK vs. THE CROWN
Lung bu England stood with her despot heel
On tbe Emerald Isle, for woe not weal.
And now tbe cry: "She comet, she comes,"
Is a sad tosain to the hearts of Erin's sons!
Have they forgotten the desolation tbe sorrow,
That will echo in the future the ever tomorrow?
Tbe cry for food that blot on England's power,
When hundred's die, ac the neglected flower.
0, piteous the little weak, trembling fingers'.
(In the minds of tha living, the horror still
That reached and pled for a tiny mite.
That would give to hunger a small respite.
When Ireland asked bread, where was Eng
land 'a smile?
But now tbe pennies are at ewn many to
Ho recall now of the docimation that befell.
When the shamrock withered, for "dry was
Long has England felt that "might is right
Forgotten is poor India, (she baa no strength
What will be to England, Ireland's sad wail.
When tha Banshu, those cottage doors assail?
Will England heed when famine stalks abroad.
Searing the shamrock so beautiful, in her road?
Will England hearken when from Erin comes
As trom sorrowful India? "O, food or 1 die!"
Devastation will follow in Britain's wake,
When Erin's sons their peaceful homes fore-
What has England given to Ireland's brawn,
That she claim allegiance to her jeweled
Bat now come the cry to stirtbe stalwart sons.
'To gnus, to guns," Aye to freedom's gut-s!
For what credit to Erln'e noble sons redound.
When the shamrock is crushed 'neath the des
Today is the dawn of Ireland's freedom,
Break tbe yoke wave the shamrock, to
To Erin's sins the awakening tbe thundering
Tbe shamrock will not be crushed 'neath the
WEHSTER DA VI' SUCCESSOR.
Probabilities are that tbe Lucky
Man will not be from
The St. Louis Republic is authority
for the following:
Certain reports from Washinston
assert the President has decided to
ignore Missouri in the appointment
of an Assistant Secretary of thu In
terior to succeed Webster Davis.
This is not cheering news to the ad
ministration leaders in the State, nho
have fondly imagined they could pick
the men and have thu honor thrust
As soon as tb.3 vacancy occurred
petitions and pleas from the Missouri
politicians began to pour in on the
President. B. B. Cahoon of Freder
icktown, who was defeated for the
nomination for Governor by IX. E.
Lewis at the memorable Springfield
convention, was the principal appli
cant for the place. It is said that he
was backed by Mr. Kerens, but those
who arc on the inside consider it
doubtful. Mr. Cahoon was not idle,
however, and he has obtained the in
dorsement of a large number of Mis
souri Republicans who are supposed
to have influence with the President.
Among these were several members of
the State Committee, and it is said
that Secretary Hitchcock was friendly
te Cahoon. Mr. Cahoon's applica
tion now has been on file for several
weeks and no action has been taken
in the matter.
Left at my farm at the Rock Levee
oa Thursday, April 12, 1900, by a
stranger, a cow described as follows:
black, with small white spot in fore
head; ear mark, upper slope in both
ears and split in the right ear. Said
cow is now in my posession, and the
owner may come and prove property,
pay damages and receive the same.
Duck Ekk for sale.
We are prepared to furnish a few
sittings of thoroughbred Pekin duck
egsrs at the following prices: From
matings of prize winners, 93.00 per
11; from pure bred good breeders,
Western Poultry farm,
: Telephone No. 25.
NEW CUKE TOH BHEUMATIK.U.
Patient la Given a Treatment Can
alattnc frlnclpallv of i-
A Ntw York dispatch states: In
tense heat is now being tried at Belle-
vue Hospital lor the cure of rheuma
tism. From the present indications
it is a success. Among the patients
is a physician, Dr. Sullivan, who de
clares that he bas been greatly bene
fited already. "For 'a long time,
said the doctor, "I have been suffer
ing from rheumatism. I concluded
that ordinary remedies were too slow,
ss I determined to J try the therapeutic
qualities of intense beat. I feet al
ready tha: I am benefited."
In the experiment a machine de
vised by Doctor Sprague was used.
It is virtually a cot over which is
metal hood. Hat is generated by
gas, and tbe patient is wrapped in
heavy towels. Thick canvas covers
the ends of the hood, and only the
head of the patient is left bare.
Whet; the doctor had been wrapped
up he was put on the cot and the gas
turned on. The heat rose rapidly to
100 degrees, without sensation of the
of the patient. But when the ther
mometer recorded '210 degrees, he be
gan to perspire in streams and a
craving thirst set in. Iced water was
freely given and iced bandages were
applied to his head. Meanwhile the
heat increased. Presently the doc
tor's toes began to tickle, and the
prespiration from his body, turning
into a stream, hissed through the
vents in the hood. Fresh iced band
ages were applied.
"Burning sensations," said the
doctor, "began to extend over my
body. I felt streams of water pour
ing from my skin. The intense heat
kept the towels dry or I should have
been scalded to death.
"The heat increased to 300 degrees
then to 0. The heat was so over
powering- that I felt a sensation akin
to cold. Before the 40J degress had
been reached, I felt ready to cry out.
Then the gas was turned off. I cool
ed slowly, but my skin was mottled
for hours. 1 leel like a new man now
and believe that the treatment will
cure my rheumatism."
1 he amount of iced water drunk by
the doctor was amazing, It was giv
en to him freely and readily passed
off in perspiration. A few more fiery
ordeals, he says, and he will be
MAY SOT GO TO KANSAS CITY.
May be Held In
Sam B. Cook and -Virgil Conkling
of the Democratic State Committee
will pay Kansas City another visit
this week and hold a conference with
the local committee relative to pro
viding suitable quarters for the Dem -
ociatic State Convention to be held
June 5. Mr. Cook is of the opinion
that the opera house which the local
committee had selected since tbe burn
ing of Convention Hall will not do.
It is said the building is not large
enough to seat all the delegates, some
thing over 1,200, unless a part of
them occupy the stage.
Since Mr. Cook's visit last week
the Kansas City p'oule have been
talking of fitting up their Exposition
building for. the State Convention.
It is given out that unless satisfactory
arrangements ai'e made, Mr. Cook
will call the State Committee together
with the view of having another loca
tion selected for the convention. In
that event, it is said, St. Louis would
be almost curtain to be named. There
is no disposition on the part of the
State Committee to deprive Kansas
City of the convention unless it
should be plain that the visitors
could not be provided with desirable
quarters for holdintf the convention.
COAL OIL EXPLOSION'S.
l'rcsenre of Gasoline In the Oil Very
Often the Cbuse.
R. B. Spt-td, Coal Oil Inspector of
St. Louis has been making an inves
tigation as to the cause of the ex
plosion of so many lamps recently.
He finds that in almost every instance
gasoline has been mixed with the oil.
Mr. Speed says: "If people only
knew bow dangerous gasoline is they
would certainly be more careful in
handling it. Gasoline, such as is
used for domestic purposes, is highly
explosive. It will explode at TO de
grees, and a very small quanity in a
gallon of coal oil will cause a lamp
tilled with the oil to explode. It is
needless to add that these explosions
are extremely dangerous and fre
quently result in loss of lifo under
most distressing circumstances, to
say nothing of loss of property.
11ECE.MKEIC AMI MAY.
Old Age and Youth CntteThcir Lives
and Fortunes in Marriage.
Thomas James, 75 years old, of
Chester, 111., and Anna M. Kelley, 30
years old, of St. Paul, Minn., were
married in St. Louis yesterday after
noon by a Justice of the Peace. .
Mr. James was for a number of
years a member of the legislature of
Illinois. In the republican conven
tion which nominated Lincoln the sec
ond time, James seconded the nomin
ation. He is said to be the owner of
a number of fine forms and is quite
wealthy. He first met Miss Kelley on
a trolley car in St. Paul, was pleased :
- . . . '
wt.i; n ?ppoara'ur, gt :u-iuaii:ted
iiU ami siio is now Mr. James.
: - Order of Publication.
In the Cape Girardeau . Court of
Common Pleas, Cape Girardeau
County, State of Missouri.
In Vacation. April 18th, 1900.
Edward A. Fischer, George F. Fischer,
Wilbelmine B. E. Fischer, Aneida
M. Fischer and Louis F. F. Fischer
minor heirs of Edward Fischer,
deceased, and, who sue" by their
mother and curator, Maria M.
Fischer, Mary M. Fischer who is the
widow of Edward Fischer, Jennie A.
Wilson and Robert L. Wilson who
and wife, Franc
Rausser and -
Rausser who are
husband and wife. Plaintiffs.
George Fischer, Joseph Fischer and
August Schivelbine, who is autuin
istrator of the estate of Elizabeth
Frank, deceased, Defendants.
Order of Publication.
Now on this day comes the plaintiff
before the undersigned clerk c.i ihe
Cope Girardeau Court of Cummoo
Pleas, within and for tbe couuiy of
Cape Girardeau and State of Missouri,
in vacation, and bie tbeir petition
verined by anldavit stating anions
other things that tbe delesdant Joseph
rixcuer so conceals himself and
absconded from his usual place of
abode so that the ordinary pt-ocess
of law cannot be served upon l:iin
is therefore ordered by the clerk of
said court aforesaid in vacation, that
publication be made notifying thci
that an action has been commenced
against them by petition in the l.'ai
trirardeau Court of Common Piea
tbe object and general nature of v. htch
is for partition and division of tie
following described real estate, situate
in the city and county of Cape Giru-r
deau and State of Missouri, to-wit
Lot number forty (40) in range F,
in the city of cape Girardeau, ills
soun. Among the plaintiffs aud de
fendants according to the respective
rights set lortn in their petition, bled
in this cause, and that if partition
cannot be made in kind to have said
real estate sold and tbe proceeds
thereof divided among the parties
according to their respective interests,
and that unless they be and appear
at the next term of" this court to be
holden at the court house in the city
of Cape Girardeau, State of Missouri,
on Monday the 28th day of Mav, 1900,
and on or before the third dav thereof
(if the term shall so lonir continue, if
not then before the end of the term)
and answer to the petition hereof
judgment and decree will be rendered
for partition of said real estate amon?
those entitled thereto according to the
finding of said court, and if the real
estate cannot be divided in kind with
out prejudice, then the court will
order the said real estate sold.
it is further ordered that a copv
nereof be published in tbe Cap Gir
ardeau Democrat, a newspaper pub
lished in tbe city and county of Cape
uirarneau lor lour weeks successively,
the last insertion to be at least fifteen
days before the commencement of the
next term of this court. A true copy
Attest: E. H. EXGELMANN,
Order of Publioatidh.
In the Cape Girardeau Court, of
Common Pleas, January Term, 1900.
Saturday, January 27, 1900.
City of Cape Girardeau, Plaintiff.
John C. Groseclose.
Action to Enforce a Special Tax Lien.
iso; at this day comes the plaintifr,
by council in open court and .files
herein its affidavit, stating among
other things that the defendant John
C. Groseclose is a non-resident of the
State of Missouri, and cannot bo sum
moned in this action. It is therefore
ordered by the court that publication
be made notifying said defendant that
an action has been commenced against
bim by petition in the Cape Girardeau
Court of Common Pleas of Cape Gir
ardeau County, in the State of Mis
souri, the object and general nature
of which is to enforce a special tax
lien of the City of Cape Girardeau
for Street Improvements upon the
following described lands to-wit:
The east half (i) of Lot number ( 19)
in range G, in the . lty o Cape Gir
And to 'it-over the amount of taxes
due on said land for work done and
material furnished on Good Hope
street and chargable against said lot
to the amount of fifteen dollars and
four cents. That unless he be and
appear at the next regular term of this
court to be begun and held at the
court house, in the city of Cape Gir
ardeau county, Missouri, on the fourth
May next, 1900, and on or before the
sixth day thereof (if the term shall so
long continue; if not, -then before the
end of ihe term.) and answer or demur
to plaintiff's petition, -the same will be
taken as confessed and judgment
rendered accordingly. It is further
ordered that a copy .hereof be pub
lisher! in the Cape Girardeau Demo
crat, a nowspoper printed and pub
lished at Cape Girardeau, Cape Gir
ardeau County. Missouri, for four
weeks successively, the last insertion
to be at least fifteen days before the
first day of the next regular term of
this court. A true copy. -
Attest: E. H. Exgelmann,
R. H. Whitelaw, Clerk.
aprilnl Attorney for Plaintiff.
Administrator's Notice. Notice is
hereby given that letters of adminis
tration upon the estate of Emily llin
mann, deceased, were granted to the
undersigned by the Clerk of the Cape
Girdeau Court of Common Pleas of
CapeGirardeaucounty, Missouri, bear
ing data the 29th day of March, 1900.
All persons having claims against
said estate are required to exhibit
them to him for allowance within one
year from the date of said letters, or
they may be precluded from any bene
fit of such estate; and if said claims
be not exhibited within two years from
the date of the publication cf this
notice, they will be forever barred.
R. G. Ranney,
FINAL SETTLEMENT. Notice is
hereby given to all cred.tors and
others interested in the estate of
Chas. R. Pepper, deceased,that the un
der signed administrtor of said estate
intends to make final settlement there
of at the next term of the Cape Gir
ardeau Court of Common Pleas of
Cape Girardeau county, to be held at
the court honse in the city of Onne
(jrlParrteiU1 - ':Mrt"' on .-- ;:.. v.
May 23th. 1900
CKA3. T. I.EV.IS.
' pr21nl - Adui:t.isu-;it.r.
Order of Publication. -Iat
the Cape Girardeau Court
Common Pleas, January lerm, 1900. !
Saiubday, January 27th, ISOOV
City of Cape Girardeau, Plaintiff,'
Emalv Fonen. Mstom K W1U.
.-ilrrt v. Ziegler and Jennie j
Action to Enforce Special Tax Lien.
Now at this da. comes the nlaintiff.
bv counsel in ouen court und tile it
.r ... .
aifidavii, staling among other thiugs
lQallne uelenuabt Albert V . Ziegier
is a non-resident of the State f
souri, and cannot be summoned in this
action. It is therefore orovr.d by tne. Some people like Bobt-rama are bet-.
court tbat publication b? mau notify- tar than cut glass. There's no ac
ing said defendant tbat an action has counting for tastes. Ana som ens
been commenced xgainst bim by petit- tomers prefer Cold Cream to Witch
ion in tbe Cape Girardeau Cont of : Uaxel Cream. Cold Cream is put up
Commoa Pleas of Cape Girardeau in jars at 15 cents.
coulij, in ihe State of Missouri, the' .... , , ...
object una general nature ,f which is HOt Water DOttleS
to BUiorce a special lien of the City o(
Cape Girardeau f..r btret Improve -
meats upon the following described
Lot i.umber eighteen (18). range G,ta
the city of CVpe Girardeau. Missouri.
And to recover the amount of taxes
due on Said land Icr work -done wed
material furnished on Gooti Hope
Street and cbargeubl against said tut
to ihe auioUi.t of sixty doliais and
tb.irtet n stnts. iiiat unless h b- ar:i
atipear at tbe nt-xt regular tei ci of thi
CO'Ji-t t.) bo begun and h'iu ht the
court house, m tiie City of Cape Gir
ardeau, Cape Girarderu County', Mis
souri, on the fourth Monday in May
next. 1900. and on or before tb Kixtn
dav thereof (if the term shall so lonir
continue; if no', th a beiore thu end of
the term. ) ail answer or oeuiur to
plaiuturs pe. U .n, the same v.iil bo
taken as couiesbed and judgment
rendered accordingly. It is further
ordered that a copy hereof be publish
ed in the Cape Girardeau Democrat,
a newspaper printed and published
at Cnpe Girardeau, Cape Girardeau
County, Missouri, for four wteks suc
cessively, the last insertion to be at
least litieen days before ine first day
of the next regular trm oi this court.
A true copv.
Attest: E K. Engelmanjt,
li. H. Whitelaw, Clerk
aprl'lnl Attoruey for Plaintiff.
Twenty Years Proof.
Tutt's Liver Pills keep the bow
els in natural motion and cleanse
the system of all impurities An
absolute cure for sick headache,
dyspepsia, sour stomach, con
stipation and kindred diseases.
"Can't do without them"
R. P. Smith, Chilesburg, Va.
writes I don't know how I could
do without them. I have had
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Liver disease lor Over twenty I
a . i t
years. Am now entirely cured. .
J ' i
Tutt's Liver Pills
RifJurisnTi Rl vinlr
UtUUVUUiVil V4. Ml J I (UU
Steam and Hot Water
Have just opened a simp lier in
the J eager building on .Niaii! s.rvet
and are now ready tt fur nish . imates
on nil kinds f plumbing, st-:. m, Uut
water and pump win k.
Our work wiit be lirst cla ii eti-ry
resneet and in i-s the Ji,w. -r.
V'e r-p-.ct-ullv i:v;;- t'.u- vi i.; v ti
call on us. tft in-in-a, t!o
ELMO P. PORTERFIFLD.
Physician aijil Surgeon
OFFICE STCRDIVANT BANS.
All calls promptly attended to day
Office 117 or 81.
( lies' ideiice S.
Stenographer and ToDeivriier.
11 ei and tc ;o mnk ii t. it him' si"
Beltos, Mo., July 77.
For years I suffered terrible paina etrery
month and my doctor told me I could not
be cored tici-pt by an operation. I felt I
coold not submit to tbat and was so des
pondent I bad siren np all hopes of a core.
Sly husband insisted on my trying Wine of
Cardui and ac la-t thank God I did try it.
Last month I did not hire a pain, and did
all my work, which I had not dons in seven
UBS. MINNIE LITTLE.
Modesty is the crowning virtue of American women. It b the trait
that all mankind admires. A modest woman is the most pleasing of all
created things. Because of this becoming virtue thousands of women
prefer to suffer untold miseries rather than confide their troubles to a
physician, and to even think of submitting to an examination is revolt
ing. They can't get their own consent to an operation. Wine of Cardui
permits sensitive women to retain their modesty. With it they can cure
" female troubles" in the quiet of their own rooms. If special treatment
is required they can write to the Advisory Department of the Chatta
nooga Medicine Co., and their letters will be promptly answered by
women trained in the cure of
UIIET ABYIS3H BIPMTbUsT.
ForadTlee In C3M rrfjntrhiir ftpedal
directions, atMrees, lOTine BymploTn,
Ladm' MtIutt C-, TirUlTTA.IOCA
aaaicus tv- cnsuanooKa, icon.
A LA?': EC
" 5I.CO KT TK2 CSUG STORE
; may be exhilarating,' but it is alao-
' fniifrrifAil with AArtmn riiaadfanblgSS. -
The mean with which to avoid or
J move these petty inconveniences ar
. nere "KKWiea
Witch Hazel Cream.-
! For rough, skin and cracked Hps. Not
aor sucKy, ana can oe usea k
: Mnv unu - II fa
i CT nM-
a deiwnttuliy per
liquid. . In 25 cent
n , . , . .
J0,1; "enj-algia and other aches.
as lor cold feet. . ivs wise to -
have a riot-wvter Bottle in the bouse-
at this time. The two-quart size costs
So cents. For sale by
I. BEN. MILLER, Druggist,
Tbe known dentist formerly of
this city but now of St Louis will
make frequent professional visits to
lne c"y " tno ruiurw as ne nas in tne-
past few months. Due notice of each.
visit will appear in tbe columns of the
Daily and Weekly Democrat.
T- W- HILL
Has resigned but poaltion with the Case Gir
ardeau Water and Electric Light Company and
accepts a position with J. M. Temple ."on tha
Levee sonth ofThemU street. He la prepared
tu iuak- estimate for, aud do all kidda of
plnmbiug, ateam-fltting, and gaa-dtting, and
at prices which defy competition, air. Hill
will have charge of the plnmbiug department
in Mr. Teniple'a abop and being a practical
plumber or many jeara experience la a guaran
tee tbat all work will be flrat da a.
R. F. WICHTERICH,
Office in Coerver's Drug Store.
Phone: Office No. 1. Residence No. 251
Calls bv night or day promptly at
A. O. CRYTIKG.
Of Churches, Schools, Business
tiiocKs ana r irst-uiass ttesiuencos.
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womanly weaknesses and irregu
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chronic condition. Tbe longer
postponed the harder to cure.
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