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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1094.
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WrPNESOAT, SEPTEMBER 26. 1S94.
F.t flF.SE Field In the Chicago Rec
ent says it i reported that Shelbr M.
t'ulloii sat in a draft one da last
week and that the draft caught cold.
Brazil will have no more of reci
procity. Her treaty with this coun
try Will be nullified Jan. 1, next.
Thos another republican pet idea is
McKislet having opened the re
publican campaign in both Maine
and Indiana, we may now hear of
Tom Reed and Ben Harrison going to
Ohio lrecd in their best bib and
Wonder if Moline won't get the
broad side of Shelby M. Cullom's in
terstate commerce corporation benefit
act just as the A. R. U. did before it
gets tbrongh with its present fight
with the railroads.
The Moline Dispatch has not as
yet availed itself of the information
given by The Akois in reply to its
innnirv as to how man v of the sheriff's
bailiffs attending the late county fair
for political purposes were paid by
the county for the Lime thus spent.
The records are open at the sheriff's
It is now announced that Gen.
Thilip Sidner Post is to be here on
Oct. 4. with Shelbv Cullom, et al. and
all will apne ar for jiosiUvelv but one
price of admission at Harper's the
atre. The republican ringmaster
seems to ! jrraUuallv working in all
his curiosities in hopes of holding
the sjctator. His hnal announce
ment will doubtless add another
freak to the attractions.
Kev. K. P. Hill, of Freeport, deliv
ered a remarkable sermon at the Y
M. C. A. building in that citv Sun
day afternoon, in view of the assem
bling- of the slate liquor dealers' con
vention there this week. He started
ont apparently to preach temperance,
but his discourse proved one of the
most intemperate and radical imagi
nable. He first consoled himself
with the thought that the mayor
would not deliver an address of wel
come to the association, but in this
he spoke without authority, for the
It should not be forgotten in this
connection that, through its chief
executive, the city invited the pres
ence of these jrueits. At the last
convention, at Ottawa. Mayor Berg
man telegraphed a cordial 'invitation
for tbe association to meet in Free
jort this year. That invitation was j
accepted, and certainly the city owes
something to the usages of common
civility, not to speak of the laws of
hospitality. In conversation with a
Bulletin reporter. Mr. Bergman inti
mated that he thought the attitude
of some of tbe ministers uncalled
for. He said that the liquor dealers
were engaged in a business recog
nixed by toe law, that they paid a
heavy license and in his opinion were
entitled to civil treatment. In reply
to the question, be stated that he
will deliver tbe address of welcome,
unless he takes a notion to go to the
state fair, and that he sees no rea
son why he should not. The result
of tbe attacks Las been to draw more
attention to the convention than it
wool 1 otherwise have attracted, and
to stimulate the local members of
the association to renewed exertions
to make the gathering a success.
But by far the most sensational
portion of Tastor Hill's sermon is
this picturesque utterance:
"Our merchants may he asked to
decorate their buildings in honor of
this event, so tbat the delegates
marching or driving through our
streets may know in what spirit we
greet them. Let it be so. Let our
merchants decorate their stores in
mourning with strips of black and
let tLe bells in our steeples toll as if
fur the dead. And then as these
men with their silk hats pass by. let
us imagine following close at their
heels another company. Let the
drunkards stumble along, whose
bodies and souls have been ruined by
these silk-hatted gentlemen in front.
Let the children of the drunkards
come next in bare feet and scanty
clothing. Tbe money that should
have bought them clothes and food
was passed over the bar to those fine
ly dreased men in front. Then let
the broken hearted wives and wid
ows with frightened faces, clasping
tneir little ones in their arms, come
next. Ob, it is a picture that would
almost melt a heart of stone. And
then let there follow a line of hearses
each one containing the body of a
drunkard, sent to his grave by the
Tile stuff handed out by those men
with silk hats, heading the proces
The mind that could draw sucfi a
picture and seek its presentation to
public gase is certainly ill at ease.
and is jacapable of formulating the
true theory of dealing with the hor
rors of intemperance in any form.
SHE PUZ2LES THE DOCTORS.
A Rnarkal Srrtr of Tractions at Com
dltioaa la a Xbrnri Ctrl.
A strange case that is attracting the
attention of and puzzling the local doc
tors of Kansas City is that of Lillian
Miller, a girl of 1 1 Tears, who has un
dergone, a most remarkable change with
in the past year. About a year ago Lil
lian was a slight girl, of extreme nerv
ous disposition. She had a fainting fit
at that time which the attending phy
sician attributed to nervousness. From
that time on the fainting spells crew
frequent until finally tbev took the
form cf convulsions, and with this
change came one that was wonderful to
The child, when cut of the convul
sious, complained of much pain and
acted as a chud of her age would natural
ly. During the convulsions and imme
diately after she appeared to become an
other person. She took on the appear
ance of a very old woman in speech and
manner. She would converse as an old
woman and give ail vie to those around
her. She claimed to be 99 years old and
did not know three of 5ie family who
were with her. This peculiar condition
lasts for aa hour or so, and then she re
turns to her normal condition. These
changes have become frequent nntil
now she about equally divides her time
between the two conditions.
Another strange feature of the case
is the fact that while she is in her nor
mal condition she eats very little and
apparently has no appetite. When she
takes on the secondary condition, she
eats heartily, and during the last three
months has grown to the stature and
development cf a woman. While she is
in the condition of an old woman she
says she is without pain and is perfectly
welL She says she knows of no one
who is named Lillian Miller, but insists
that she is very old. She uses language
and recites poetry far beyond the abili
ty of a little girt
Dra. a D. and Park McDonald, her
attending physicians, are well known.
and they have had in consultation with
then Dr. J. Eixnimtl Jones, who makes
a study of nervous and mental diseases.
The parents axe anxious that the scien
tifio world may investigate the cas.
St. Louis Globe-Democrat
It ta.aia hs in ftvsrr Bows.
J. B. Wilson. S71 Clay St., Sharps-
burg. Ta., says he will not be with
out Ut. King s ew Discovery for
Consumption. Coughs and Colds.that
it cured bis wife who was threatened
with pneumonia after an attack of
La Grippe," when various other
remedies and several physicians had
done her no good. Robert Barler,of
Cooksport, Ta., claims Dr. King's
.tw lMseoverv has done him more
good than anything be has ever used
iir lung trouble, nothmj; like it.
Free trial bottles at Hartz & Ull-
mever's drug store. Large bottles
50 cents and fl.
Thts remedy is becoming so well
known and so popular as to need no
special mention. All who have used
klectric Bitters sing the same son"
of praise. A purer medicine does
not exit and it is guaranteed to do
all that is claimed. Electric Bitters
will enre all diseases of the liver and
kidneys, will remove pimples, boils,
salt rheum and other affections
caused by impure blood. Will drive
malaria from tbe system and prevent
as well as cure all malarial fevers
For cure of headache, constipation
and indigestion try Electric Bitters
fcntire satisfaction guaranteed, or
money refunded Price 60 cts. and
$1.00 per bottle at Hartz & Ulle-
BUCKLER'S 1K5IC1 SALVE.
Tbe best salve in the world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
nancts, cniiuiains, corns ana all skin
eruptions, and positively cures
piles or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. for sale bv Martz Lllemever.
BecclTed a Threatening Letter.
STECBENVIIXE, O., Sept. 86. Rev. R
M. MiUigan, who has beaded t he law and
order crusade against pool selliug, causing
a suspension of the October races, has
received a letter threatening his life, lie
baa armed biniaelt and akked for police
protection. A systematic boycott on
member of bis eougreation in businea
has been inaugurated.
Mr heart fcap. op when I behold
A flower erer eo rar :
tn tu it whrn my life began;
So It I now I am man;
an k i It be when I am uld.
Or lot me die t Wordsworth.
What man with s heart would not feel his heart
cap vn beholding rocee bleoning anew la hia
wife'i checks? ho true man tikes to se la hit
wife a tall iw complexion, dull ere, end all the
Ills attendant apoo the tmrularities and "weak
neM" peculiar to the sex. Bapplljr they caibe
banished, and tbe rotes be ensured by the ase of
Dr. Pierce's Fawlte Prescription. For naretaft
mothers orthaee boat to become mothers it la a
prlceli a booo. It Iwkh tea pain aa peril of
child birth, tortcoa labor, promote the aecre
tionsof aa abundance of nonriaament (or the
Cnt'.d, and shorten the per od of confinement.
Children Cry for
DIVORCED AND REMARRIED.
Latest DmlormraU la ttia Oslewrate
Sax Diego, CX, S pi Jo. Astonish
ment Is great in this city over fresh devel
opments in the Hearne-SrtllweU ease.
intern in which was lataly revived by the
divorce of Mrs. Stillwell from her bus-
band. Dr. J. C tin, rue. Tltcy have been
remarried by Superior Judge Pierce. The
divorce was granted on ground of cruelty
and failure to provide, in opposition to
lis arne s wishes, Airs. liemrne being
allowed to resume ber former nnnie.
Uearne, a few days before, had threatened
tbat if the case was prosecuted he would
charge bis wire with the mnrdrr o( her
former husband, A mo J. Still ell, thi
packer of pork at Itaunibal, Mo., hi
taking off early in the winter of 1SSS r
never explained. As Mr. Uearne was
very bitter in denunciation of ber husband
before seenrinu the divorce ier complete
change of front is causing a great auiouut
Report of the Illinois CwlnL
Chicago, Sept. iU5 .The annual report
of the Illinois Oulral railroad for the
year ended Jane SO, 1&4, shows total n 't
receipts of 9,191.490; gross receipts. Si ,
&j6 5Si lucreaar, j&i,273; operating -
peusn, f 14 3,415; increase, tbi.401. Dur
ing the six wombs of the World's ftir
ft,; HI, T 16 passengers were carried between
lue city and the fair.
A cup of Parks' Tea at night moves
the bowels in the morning without
pain or discomfort. It is a front
health piver and blood purifier.
sola dv iiartz & Llicnieyer.
A VETERAN'S VERDICT.
The War ia Over. A Well-known Sol
dier, Correspondent and Journal
ist Makes a Disclosure.
Tn;!lf4nn contributed b'r thousand? of V.rsra
soldiers to ll.v war. ai.J r.o stale St-ars 1 t-
terrti-urd in tt.it ri-rft than i i in
nt.-raiure n i rap;aly a.-quirir.r
enviable pla-t. In sr anJ IK, re
o'onion it well, wrll known as a vn.fr oa
ii, has won an mwioranle positirm. i ur
ine the !! war he wu a mcmU-r of ". M,
2ii. N". Y Cavalry iwi r,t t!.c lith Indiana ; n-
fantry ojiinTT-r- HfC.ir.fr.2 an in:puri.ut
ClrrumManrc ho vrltcw a t'Htws:
s-.'venu t u. oid vi t n.ns hore nrc ii ns;
Ir. Vil' lU:i.ratiT( ?rrlne. Hfatl t' ire
and N-rve an I Livrr Tills, all of them pivmf
plfnnltl a:f-fiwu-,n. In fart, we hav- -k-'T
iimu rrra (hi k-s that con.pare w.th tlie.n. 'T
tne ruin we mut it ttiytihewt.- 'i.
nuiariun i tnr ouamies require in a n- p
aratiun of Thflr nature we have crpr knrtirnj
We have none hat worris of praise for ihrn
iwt are 111 ouierowin ox a new princ:pit 11
mealcin. ani time tip the system wma-T
fuilv. We say to all. try ttiee remt'i:1
Salomon Yetrell. Marion. Inrt., Iec. .V
These remedies are told by all drucri-: n
puwuve cuaranTC, or sent uirwi iy tnj
Ir. Miles Mediral t'o.. Elkhart. Ind.. rn r
relpt of prh-e, fi per bottle, sue bottles Si tx.
press prepaid, tk. .Tp,in..ijT.:Hm.Ptn; lti-a
smtates nor aancerous arues.
Byw'TTtieof asper-al exe;at!oi and foe Mil
o 6f6 sened out f the CK-rk office cf :ae cir
(ait coon of tone Irlacd omnty. and sttef 1 ili
now. aea to me rirecteo, wter:ny 1 to
xntidco to raafee te amoaTit of n crtan ii.cjt
ment recently obtained iraint Xion, La -m
and Canstine Laron. in favor of Atxirew LkiA
iaisU out of the land", tecetnen:, eon" end
csattels of the aid defendant. MaD': I irron
aed Christrne Larson. I bave levi d oxon tne Ut-
lowinr, liberty, to-wit: Tbe et half I'ijof
oauoi sve (5, to Ada econt additioc to
Eai Rora I:aid. in the fty of Molice, eo'-i tr
of Rck Island ird ite of Mino.
Tnerefore. tcecrdiEt to raid command. I r all
expo-e for sale t pobiie anciion ail the tiht,
title aiid interest of the abore earned y.tf-sn
Lsrson asd Chrtrtine La-son in ard to the lje
deerihed property, on MoDday. tbe lt day of
October. I4 at W o clock a. m., at the no-th
door of Tne court boost tn theciTof Burk 11
nd. in tbe eonnyi hock Island and si.- of
lUiniis, for cash is ha"d, to sli-f said execution
a-a fee Nil. C. . OOP.DUN,
Sheriff of Rnrk Island fount, minrii.
Dated a: Hoc lalaud thi Sih day or :. m
ber. A. D. 16.
Syndicate Speculation in
Stocks, Bonds, etc.
Safest for moderax Investors; largest return
on the investment; no knowledge of "speculation
nece-sary S10 to fl.Oou can be iovnotxl with
more than csnal derree ftf safety, as all tr,nc
lionvare ma 'e ly eompetett eater of lor i; ex
perience and nuqetiried ability. Diver.-is
K Table monthly. A 1 money to vonr crefit aa
withdrawn first dsy (f acymonta D:videttls
can b reinvested so a to et tbe ren fit of cuae
ponnd intepe-t. SI o J at fi per ctnt psr inonth,
compoonn inte-ett fo-4 ers. ammoitnts to over
(l.OOO fiOoat lu percent per Bionth eorrjionrid
interest fur 4 yt-ars, amou. t to over Sv.oiij. aiO
at SO per cent ;r n oiiUi. rsmpouxd lLtsieet fur
S years, amount to over ST.waj.
OIK KECOKD OK DIVIDENDS FOB 194:
Jan . l9l, lOcer cent Ma-, 1S4. 15 per cent
Feb , lcM t percent June. !Mtl, per eeiit
Mar It-'H.l" perecrt Ja.. 1KH, per cett
Aprlt)SH,iUrrcect Aag ,19. IIM p-.re:it
July and Augut cividends Vie revolt rf tbe
rapid advance tn corn Conservative, safe, re
poosiblf. tstaVasRed Anvoft, l"tii. Batik ref
erence. Our prtnidei t has been for 15 jears the
preridenti f nre'-f oar uatif nal HaDks. Money
can be sr.t bv exiree cr rset offl x: a,or-ev or
der, or New York draft, txyjbie to the Tniie'S'
ii. n ir. or r. . 11. tfotio. "reasorer. r all ;artic
u'.ars mailed free oa application to
THE TRADERS' SYNDICATE,
Trad tra" Bnildics, Chicago, in.
SEE AG&in AS m YOCTH I
Are the result of rears of selenttfle esper
fraenting, and are now placed. itli to
their superiority, preeminently above every
tbinc heretofore produced la tills line,
Tbeysuo acknowledged by experts to M
thS) Bneyt and most peneetiy constructed
Lensee MOWS, and are peeuUariF acUpted
to eorroetinr the Tarions vt xual imperfee
Uons. Atrial tfhOHmo tajlfowyiaos)
reaiarr irvrwa wiana
For sale by T. H. THOMAS, Drag
gist and optician,
snasea the borne elrele eornplete. This
great Temperance Drtok Klve plea,
ure and health to every member of toe
rarnliy. A 2jo. package makes 6 a
loua. Be sure and set Um (exialaa,.
Sold evemrberw. Mad only bv .
THe Chas. E. Hires Co4 Philadi.
at mmrrp ae mmmi WOWS CsrO wm4 Bk.
Painlessly, Positively, Perfectly. Per
Withont Surgical Oreration ordeten
tion from liusiness.
No nay for treatment entil earvd. Diss of
Kectr.m. c hronic CVmsripatton, etrieture, r'.seore
Prnriu or itcuuig piie permanently cored.
Fistula enrefl w thont tne nse of knife.
File reiaovcd withoat pain at the
Medical and Surgical Institute
AUTJEHSON Sc HOSE.
CONSULTATION IS FREE
Permanently Located tn the Ryan Block.
Second and enviy street, Daventort, Iowa.
ALL AFFLICTED ARE WELCOME
Ds, Arderson and Boee are cradnates of the
leadine medical enllerea of th conntry, and
with 20 year' ex,erieDCa la the treatment of
CBiOUlC OISI T.
CATAKKH. TBBOAT AND LINGS.
Ther encceserully treat Catarrh. Throat and
Lnc(rs. dieeases of th dirertive organs, dysiiep.
sia, uvii uvuuai, uniiuiMuun, uironic war
KIDNEY AND CHIN A ST
Troubles apeedl'.y rstneyad.
Tte raoct aeravated ease are iae!!y and
pertr.anenuy ccrea Dy oor new nuia or treat
LADIES AFFLICTED Ppedel artentkc ttren
to all disease peealiar to women. Sveiy facility
ana aavsciair? iac uwaeai ana apeecy rs
moYai or tsti ciasa oi tasesee.
Electricity Its Scientific Applies'
Facial blemishes, aa moiee, rnperBnona hai
wine aaaraa, tumors, wena, Uu, reaoyed by elec
BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES.
AH tronble arising from impure biuod, ecrof.
Bla. eczema, wner. tumor, ulcere, etc
Can be consulted confidently by lter or other
wise. Seed 4 ceu' foroaestion blank. Addreas
DRs. Afi'DiKwJN KuaS, Kjia block, Daven-
Read Special Notice
For the next conpleof weeks
we are poing to offer some
Big Bargains in Pianos
Anybody intending to buy a
piano either now or in the
' near future will do well by
calling and getting our low
prices and terms, and will
save money by purchasing
W00f!yaU9S Music Store
1717 Second Ave. Rock Island.
406 Fifteenth Street. Moline.
If ITS I IP
f 1 1 ALIO 10th Bay.
rnaiwwra it s-iti aa i acui
Frodare the thovs Keaalts la M ThijM. It acts
powerfully and quiekly. Cures when all other
faiL Y jut sr men will renin their lost iranhooa
and old men will recover their yomhfol ,poi
by using VITALI8. It quickly and surely re
stores Xervousnett3,Xoet Vitality, Impotency,
Kiehtlr Emissions. Lost Power. Failins Mem
ory. Wastiiur Iiseases. and all effects of self
abuse or excess ana inaiacretioa. vk arcs oa
insanity and consumption. Insist on having
VITALIS, no other. Can be carried in vest
pocket. By aaall. SI. OS per package, or sis for
with a sevHlv. writtea gtaarante. to ran
as refa4 the mewey. Cireular free. Address
CALLSXT fii-StBX COAPSir. Clt!.-mja, IK.
Foraale at Bock Island by Harper Hons. Phar
macy awl William dendeain. Drontiat. Mollam.
nUD fUl O Ul
what InJ In
II will Clean Silks and Woolen Good
Ribbons, Curtains and Carpets. It has
no equal (or Cleaning House. Killing
Moths and Removing Grease Spots.
Toi Kerf It. San: Kciey ul LiSsr.
pon sax KvanvwHtHf.
PRICE 15 CENTS A CAKE OR TWO CAKES
run za cents;
Address Haxo H, Des Moines, lows.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
BICAOO, KOCK ESLAbTD FACIFIC
' atailwaw Ttsnna anraar Fifth ayean aad
Denser Umltod SOawa..
Ft. Worth. Dewnir A B.O..
t S Warn
K. C. St. Joe A MunwanoUa
tS :45 am
Omaha A Tea atotae. ......
t')maba A Kaaa City
Onaha A De alotnes Ex...
RS :40 am
ton aha A De. Moines Bx
t 5:18 am
St. rant A Mlaneapol'..!!!
St. Pan! A MlnoeaDOll....
! 1:46 am
(M. Jonph, Atchion A K. C.
Draw, Ft. worth m K. C.
tKanaaa City A St. Joseph.
JKoek laland A Wt.iatoa.
tchtcago A Pes hteloea
t : am
Arrrval. tUeowrtare. tTMIry.ejwevtSaiiday.
AU othata daily. Telephone 10M.
r. B,naa, "
DUKLDIOTOM ROUTE C, B. J. KAIIe-
a- way Depot rust avwaae aaa ouxweni"
street, I. Toons, attest.
St. Louis KxpruM
St. Loui Kxpres
St. Paul Passenger
S :10 pm
Heard stow Passenger.,
k .46 pm
Sterling !' ngsr ,
CHICAGO, afrLtTACKEB A ST. PACL
Hailwms Ttanaa A SMthweatarn Dtyision
Depot Twentieth street, betweea First and
Second a venae, m. v. v. noimea, axnii.
Laava. j aaaiy
Hail and Express.,
ItOO ami Spm
4 DO pm tl :taam
Dock Island a Peoria Railwat
Depot First Avenue and Twentieth atreet.
r. A. uocew.ii, Afrenu
I luti ' Aaarra
rast Mail Kxnrea
S:U am 70 pm
t able AocommodatloB .
DrBLiNGToir, Cedar Rapids a
orthera Railway, depot foot of Brads
street. Davenport. Jaa. atorton. uea. Tk t A
b4 : nmibiO'.aS am
bT:S0 , ml bl M0 am
V. eat Liberty Train j North. ifk'O'fi
..i OTMUsm oiu: pm
..I o. mora,
I U -SO mm K1 1 mTt
".Jai:4Spta 1 br jauam
a Daily. bDal'.r except f nndav. rGoios worth
JOouaa eonth and east. o. 16 run between
Cedar Kapids ana w est upeity.
Superior Service to
St. Louis, Mo.
And Intermediate Points
We now offer to the public a good
route to and from the above cities
via Peoria and the Chicago, Teoria &
St. Louis By. as follows:
Lv Rock Island. 8:05 a m
Ar Peoria. 11:20 a m
Lv Peoria 11:55 a m
Ar Springfield.. 3:15 p m
Ar St. Louis.... 7:10 pm
2:20 p m
5:40 p m
7:45 p m
12:45 a m
7:00 a m
Lv St. Louis . . .
. 7:45 am
11:45 a m
3:05 p m
2:15 a m
6:50 a m
8:00 a m
11:15 a m
Lv Peoria 4 :30 p m
Ar Rock Island. 7:50 p m
Gen. Ticket Agent.
Depot foot of Twentieth St.
Rock Island, 111.
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SOAP POWDER free of charge:
BUT "OUR LADY" SOAP.
Cut off the end of the wrapper,
at place named. When von have
55 pictures of our Antl-Washboard
Soap Powder, take them
to your grocer or present them
at our office and you will receive
FREE a 4-pound package, worth
. 25c We make this liberal In
ducement to quickly introduce
Our Lady Soap and
Anti-Wuhboard Soap Powder
And holds Pood nntil all ma.
pen on which this offer if print-
cu, aa pi ckuwu 10 us.
Warnock Cl Halston
Soap Makers, Bock Island.
W No Soap will do the
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Everythirir? is coming to a point this season in c ur
line. The Fall Styles of Shoes in Tan. Mnlish
Enamel, Patent Leather and Calf Skin, now in. lt
to the very point, and the people are coming to a po!:.t
where they are to be had. e make a point to sek-c:
The Daintiest and Most
Made by the best and most reliable manufacturer-:,
thereby giving the public a selection of styles ar.d
grades, fitted by experienced shoemen. to be duj lo
cated only in the largest cities.
Cor. Second and Harrison Sts.
See our Fall
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J. M. SCHAAB,
All the Latest Novel
tics in Cleaks and Fur
HALF SO WELL A5
PROVE THIS FACT.
Our purpose in advertising is to let everybody
who buys clothing that is all mankind here
about know that our suitings are in, and the
finest ever displayed in the city. You are
respectfully invited to call and see the latest
in patterns and styles.
Call and leave your order.
Star Block, opposite Harper house.
Cyclone Roller Mills and
Jobber in Flour and Feed.
Always inine Lead
We have ODened o-r
fall line of the choicest
selections of pattern ha:
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leading millinery ccr.t- r
of the world. Never 1-
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to give such fine jjoods
lor so little money.
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Virot, Maud. IWran-r.
Mme. Yvonne, Mn:.
Rebecca, CLicot, t-ti-.
T.4W. 2ni St., Davcnprt