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THE AUGU8, THURSDAY', SEPTEMBER o, 1895
Pablisfaed Pally an1 Weekly at 1M Second
A Tens. Rock Inland, 111. Entered mt the jmmU
office as second c!w matter.
J. W. POTTKB
TEHUr Daily. 10 cent lr wet. Weekly,
t;.0o per annum: in advance. $1.10.
Al! eommnnlcaiioDS or a critical or agnmnta
live character, political or religion, moot hTe
real nam attached for publication. So aucta
article will be printed over flrtMoua signature.
Correspondence solicited froia every township
In ltuek Island coouty.
Tut ksDAv, Septum i:ki: , 1895.
PltlVATE SKCRKTAItV THUltBER's
last juke is the retort: "Of course
there is now harmony in tbe cabinet.
Does it not, in tbe new attorney gen
eral, contain Harmon, eh?
The superstitious who think the
Defender unlucky because of her
preliminary mishaps should remem
ber that the America's Cup was won
ou a Friday, Aug. 22, 1851.
Aktek more than 16 years of liti
gation, the contest over the will of
fti.sliop Ames, Methodist Episcopal,
has been (settled. The children arc
to have ciiual share) of what is left
of the estate.
Tim reports received by tbe de
partment of justice from the United
States district attorney and marshal
of Wyoming make it plain that the
Hlau;hter of a number of Itannoek
Indians in July was an atrocious
mitragn, without a shadow of justifi
Chicago Timks-Hkkalu: Gen.
Cameron wan n great man. So was
Thnd Stevens. So is Matt Oiiay.
Each in his way. Hut when their
canonization is proposed rest assured
that tho devil's attorney, who, after
the custom of the church, opposes
tho proposition, will have no lack of
testimony on Ins Mile of the case.
Wai.kisu parties arc to he the
thing with Washington girls this
autumn, unite as much as bicycling
parties will be another rage. Tbe
sliort dresses with high boots and
leggings of every possible material
will also hive a line showing, and
tho streets of tho national capital.
especially those of the West Knd,
will witness unusual sights in this
IIIIiioIk Legislature Caterhlsna.
What is your business?"
I am a statesman."
An Illinois statesman?"
An Illinois statesman."
You know your duties as such?''
Do you know all your rights mid
Do you kuow the value ot a repu
'And your duty to your constitu
Which is ?"
At all times to attend to their in
terests and to bo above reproach."
How would you classify any
cllaitres that mi'uht be brought
r gainst you?"
As slander or libel."
"What should be done with them?"
They should be promptly refut
If a man called vou a thiif what
would it be your duty to do?"
Call hiui'a liar."
"And if he should call yon a liar?"
Knock him down.,'
"Anil it he should publish his
"Hut suppose h? should offer to
prove them, what would bo vonr
To deny them again."
"And if he still persisted?"
"Talk of libel suit."
'And if ho continued to reiterate
Then I should take time to think
"And if he still further emphasized
them and repeated them?'
It would be my duty to continue
to think it over."
"And after that?"
"Keep on thinking."
Tho French I'oatal Dictionary.
Recently a postal dictionary, aliout
tho sizo of Webster's Unabridged, has
been published in tho French language
by tho international postal union.
contains the names of all tho postofflcc
in tho world, 203,200.
Everything from Aa, an office in Xor
way, to Zvwice, m Austria, is given,
Even cur own little I'z, in Texas, is
there. In names of offices and rdaccs
this book furnishes several amusing in
cidents. tor instance, Tomlwtnao
given as in "Tcrritoire duArezouie;'
"Las Vegas. Territoiro dn Nonvean
Mexicnio;" West Virginia is "Virginie
Occidcntule ;" South Dakota is "Dakota
du Snd," and Korth Dakota is "D.ikota
da Nord," and the District of Columbia
is "District do Culombie, Etats-Uuis
d'Ameriquo. " Here can be found the
offices of Hell-fer-Sarteu, Yuba Dam
plain, everyday Hell, in Norwav ; Kiss
Mo. in Montana ; Who, in Texas ; Hell's-
Half -Acre, in Dakota; Breckinridge in
several places, but Trilby is not in it-
Be Bad That Honor.
A gentleman sojonruinjt in Edinburgh
and having heard much of the eloquence
ef tho members of the general aabenibly
pajd an early visit to it. Xext to him
Eat an elderly, bard featured, solemn
faced man, who was leaning with both
hands on a heavy stick, which he eyed
with treat concentration. Smn the
stranjfer's attention was riveted upon
the speaker who had opened the Hay's
discourse. The wonderful command of
languago ho possessed, combined with
his eloquence, excited the listener's
curiosity. "On yiu tell mo u!i) is
speaking now?" ho anked eagerly, turn-
lug to tho solier faced old man beside
him. "Who's speaking now?" echoed
the old man, lifting his eves from tne
contemplation of the stick to fix them
in contemptuous nmuzeiiient upon his
intorlucutor. "That, sir, is tho great
Docthcr Chnwmers, and I'm holdiu his
A Model English Publls.
Ot a plain and nnprrtcntionR exterior
it uVuuhi near tho center of the village,
hard by tho church anil tho rectory. Tho
igu of tho boar s head nailed against
the wall over tho door indicates tho
character of the r.staMiVlitm-nt, just as
in its unregenerate days. Neither paradn
nor concealment bus beeu attempted. Iu
sido yon have the ordinary taproom,
f nrni.-hed with wooden seats and a small
bar, and a larger parlor adjacent Dur-
ng the major part of the day little busi
ness is done, and what there is tan bo
easily attended to by the manager's
wife a tidy woman, who can keep tho
accounts. With the exception of occa
sional passoriiby, the customers aro an
ihnost constant quantity mi l regular in
Tho samo men nmin dav bv dav and
drink just ;:lxut the same amount of
beer, although no atteniiit is mado to
limit them, except of conrse by tho con
dition of sobriety. They have their pint
after dinner and their pint and a half or
so ayuin in the evening, when theycomo
l nit and smoke and discuss the weather
and the crops. The lijuor dispensed is
ijlht, but clean and palatable FtnlT.
Drunkenness seldom occurs, and then
lily in persons who have coin" in from
other places already the v.t.rso for liquor
and have been accidentally served with
more. National Review.
What Ws a Yeoman?
Tlio following quotation from Eishnp
Latimer's "First Sermon Preached Be
foro King Edward VI," March 8, 1519,
is a good illustration of the meaning of
this word find shows the primitive man
ners and customs of thno times :
"My father was a yeoman r.nd had
no lauds of his own, only he had a farm
of 8 or 4 pound by year ut the utter
most, and hereupon he tilled so mnch
ns kept half n dozen men. lie had walk
for 100 hhi-ep, and my mother milked
10 kilie. He was able and did find tho
king a lmnu s.;, with himself mid his
iior.;e, whilo ho e.inio ti the place that
ho should receive the king's wages. I
can remember that I br.i kleil his har
ness when v.ewent unto Blackhcatii
field. lie kept mo to school, ir else I
had not lieen able to have preached lie
foro tho kiug's inajosSy now. Ho mar
ried i:iy sisters v.iih Ti pound, or 20
nobles apiece, j;o that ho bi:u;;lit theni
up i;i g'ldlir.c-j: and feur of God. Ho
kept hospitality for his prxir neighlxirs,
und some alms ho gave to tho poor. And
all this he did of the said farm, whero
ho that now hath it pay el h 1(5 pnnnd by
year i r more r.ml is not ablo to do any
thing for his prince, for himself nor for
his children, or give a cup of drink to
tho poor. "Notes and Queries.
Those who have used Dr. King's
ew Discovery know its value, and
those who have not, have now the
ipportunity to try it free. Call on
the advertised druggist and get a
trial bottle, free. Send vour name
and address to II. K. Hucklin & Co.,
Chicago, and get a sample box of Dr.
King s new Kite, i ills tree, as well
is a copy of Guide to Health and
Household Instructor, free. All of
which is guaranteed to do you good
and cost you nothing. Hartz & L'lle
meycr's drug store.
Send your address to H. K. Iiuek-
lin & Co., Chicago, and get a free
sample box of Dr. King s New Life
I'ills. A trial will convince you of
their merits, lhcsc pills are easy in
action and are particularly effective
in the cure or constipation anil sick
hcailachc. tor malaria ami liver
troubles they have been proved in
valuable. Ihey are guaranteed to be
perfectly free from every deleterious
substance and to lie purely vegetable.
rhev do not weaken by their action.
but by giving tone to stomach and
IkiwcIs greatly invigorate the sys
tem. Ucgular size 25 cents per box.
Sold by Hartz & Ullenieyer, drug
BICKLKSS ARNICA SALVK.
The best salve in the world fur
cuts, braises, tores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively cures
piies or no pay requtreil. it is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded, l'nce 24 conu per
box. lor sale bv Hartz & Ullemeyer
rues! Piles! rile!
Pr. Williams Indian P:lu Oir.tnunt will enre
tllnd blredinff, ulcerated and Itching pile.
abporb the tumors, allay the itching at once.
ac:s as a nonitice, gives uutant relief. Dr. Wil
Hams' Ictlian Pile Ointment is prepared only for
piles and itching of the private part, and nolhu g
slM. Et erjr box 1 guaranteed. Sold by drav-
clts, sent by mail, for 5) cetts snd ft per box
Williams Xannfactaring company. Proprietors.
Cleveland, Ohio. Sold by T. II. Thorns.
Vhn Bahy was nVk, we g hnw Csstorkv
Whoa ab ?raa a ChiM, ahn cried fnr Caatarla.
Wbra ris became Xiea. abe clun to CaHaSS
Children Cry for
A SAMPLE CASS.
Aa Innocent Man Convicted on Circum
"Did I ever know of an innocent man
beinjr convicted on circumstantial evi
dence?" rervatcd a Detroit lawyer who
was smoking acinar in a hotel the other
evening " Yes, I know of a case. Ia
fact.,Iwas the prisoner's attorney It
happened in Missouri about 0 years agj
and was cue of my first cases.
It wo this war," continued the
lawyer as ha got comfortably settled
down. ' "A farmer had a horse stolen,
and tho animal was followed for ten
suiles and found under a shed in the
suburbs of the town where I lived. At
the same time they fouud a man in hiding-
He refased to Rive any account of
himself, and when charged with be.ing
the horse thief he did nut deny it. It
was not until he was put on trial in the
higher court that I w.i retained. He
stoutly declared his innocence and had
several men on hau l to prove his cood
character, but he wouldn't account for
his whereabout? on the night the l-.crse
was stolon. I not only felt snre of his
guilt, but had uo show to make for him
and wasn't disappointed when he was
convicted offhand. As to tho 'circum
stantial' part, they proved that ho knew
the horse and had said he felt tempted
to steal it: also that he was seen that
evening within a mile of the farmer's
barn. Horse hairs were found on his
trousers lepa, and he was in hiding
near tho horsa Everything pointed to
his Rr.ilt. and the jury uiudo quick work
of him. "
'And wasn't he guilty?" asked one
of tho Rronp.
"Not a bit of it. After he had been
sentenced fur three years his wifo came
to me and wanted mo to advise him to
tell tho truth, fc'ho knew it nil tho time.
He was out that niht with two other
men to rob a store, and they pot away
with a wam biad of g.xxls. He was set
to watch, and whila thus serving was
run into tho she! by tho men in pursuit
of tho horse thief. The latter gut away
and tho other was captured. To give his
gang limo to (jet away he let himself bo
taken to jail and was ultimately tried.
convicted and sentenced, no had uo
uioro to do with the horse than I had. "
"Aud what did you advise?"
"His best interest, of course. Ho'd got
three yeiu-s for stealing a horso, but if
be owned up to tho storo robbery ho'd
get from 10 to 15. I told him to shut
up, and tha advico was so good that I
got $10 for it. Yes, circumstantial evi-
enoe sometimes convicts an Innocent
man. and if yon aro ever ou a jury it
will be well to remember this fuct. "
Detroit l'rca IVcss.
That Tlrtnl Feeling
Is a common complaint and it is a
langcrous symptom. It means that
the system is .debilitated because of
m pure blood, and in tins condition
t is especially liable to attacks of
disease. Hood's Sarsapnrilla is the
remedy for this condition, and also
for that weakness which prevails at
the change of season, climate of life
Hood's pills act easily, vet prompt
y and efficiently on the bowels aud
ivcr 25 cents.
at M. F. Italinscn's drug store a mar
velous cure for all kidney complaints,
nervous exhaustion and female
weakness. It is the Clinic Kidney
The Akucs delivered every even
ing at your door at 10c a week.
won't do for
Sold by T. II. Thomas and Mar-
shall & Fisher, drugjrists.
maae a wen
Pa.reL.SliMt,lrsneii. Nightly KrulV-
u. n t.. rAnKtl br nn-it ahnwji. etres lir Acd rlr?
tn'hmnkeiti-mns tuirl (Aai'-kly tat surv-lT r. rt
L4 Mwili4 itioitt or j nir. J-;:ilTc.'vrii"lin-
haiu un rfri.jiftayw. t:it tt. i-t on Int. vine INI AIM. It
.inr .l-n-.'i'ikt li:ii ttt ff 't ft will n-r.tl ir nrvrvsld
SOLD &t tbe Haroer House T)r2 PhannaeT
KtKTK ISLAM. H.L.: by Wm. Ck-nltf.ij
mull, it,!., ana outer teaatisK aiot;eists.
The only aggressive reform
paper in this Miction. Free
sample copies sent to any
address on application.
Subscription price 11.00
per year. "Our. Populist"
Publishing Co., 1321 Second
avenue, Bock Island, 111.
r al li JBI W - aaai
A Man witha History.
Bss Body ravmd wllb Lnanpa, CawM
aafcal mma Thonarht sk: mt
fpilns; to dry Dp.
From the Sathrillc, Teniu, Banner.)
Mr. John V. Thomas. Jr f Theta. Tenn
is a nun with a most interesting history.
u It was in '(A." taid he to a reporter who
had asked hiru lor the story of his I "a In a
i wu morkiu' in t'.ie Mivvr uuuvsul Auw
Meiieo, that my trulle bean.
From simple indigestion uiy malady de
veloped int a chronic inalulitv to take auv
sabst intiul f h.1, and at times I was pros
trated bv s;j!l9 of heart naliiiuaion. On
the lllh of April, 1893, 1 suddenly col-
lapsaa, ana lor aays i was nncoiiMMous,
in I'ur-t I was not iullv rnvself until Jul v.
On 8vptembcr 1st I weighed but 7t pounds
w nereis my normal w ii;nt is lio Hnuils.
All over my liody there were lumps fmra
tho xize of a crape to the sue ol'a wnlmit,
my finjers were cramped so that I could not
more than half Htraiidih-n them. I had en
tirely i-Mtt contr.d of iny lower limlw nnd
mr lunj treiulled .-o that I could not drink
Without Piilliii the liuid. Nothing would
remain on my t-nach, and it sjtimd i lint
I n.ti-t dry up' before many more days had
" I made another round of the idir.-nrinnn.
Calling in one ufter the other, au-1 bv the
am i-i raor)Ui!ie anil other ineineines tliey
pave me, I mmr.cd to live though barely
throah the fail."
11 m; Mr. 1'houia disnlaved his arm.
a;i i j:t t nb.ve the elbnw of each there vas
a 1 iri irreciilar stain as large cs ths palm
of tiie hand and of a purple color, the xpace
covere 1 by the mark was sunken tu-arlv to
the bone. " TUit." said Mr. Tlijma.j. '" is
wh'..t the doctors did by nutting niornhius
'i):i ihe Itth of Pecember, ISM, in 4, eiiht
ninths after I took itermaiientiy to bed- I
shall n.-ver forget the date mr cousin, Joe
Foster, of Curlers' Creek, called on me :iud
gave me n hot of Ir. Williums' fink I'illa
for Pale l'eoe, savins they had cured him
of p.irtial p ir.dvs'is, with n iiii li I knew ho
had all hut licl. 1 follon-c-l hU directions
Riitl IH-L'an taking the niedieine, as u resiilt
l stand tictore vou tilav the most sui i ri.-ed
mr.n o;i eirlli. Iok at mv h-ind. it ;.
steady as your-"; my face iias a hculihv lo .li
aMi!it it; 1 have been atteiLlinir to mr
Ji.'s fr a m.inth. Siare 1 Ikean t:iti:i'..
the pills I ha.-e gained ."to poii:n!s, r.nd I :im
still gcinin'. All the kreits have ilisnn.
ar.sl from mv hodv exeent this IImI
kern.d here in "mv tiulin. I liave a !'..,.!
app.-tito and I niunluist a3 stroii as I ever
Yestnlnr I rodo thirtT-ccT-on mtl... A
hnriiehaek, f fed tired toAlny hut not sick.
i nsea to Mrs lrom two to f.nir sj-e.l ct
heart palpitation evt rv niirht. since I Ivmn
the use of the pi!U I have had but four
1 know poiitivi'Iy that I vrjs cured bv
Pr. WiMhuns' I'iuk Tills, nnd 1 bcliext
firmly that it is the most wonderful reiiudr
in existence toilny, and evcrv fact I ImvV
presented to voti is known to"
R well as to myself, and tlicv will certify ta
the truth of uiy rciuarkahle cure."
Boston Dental Parlors
H. C. McPAVITT
313 Urady btrcct.
To introduce ourselves to the public of
th!s vicinitj we wl'", tntil farther no
tice. EXTRACT TEETH FREE
We mak; a fpcciaUjr ot li e Painless Ex
traction of Tce'h ted ALONE nso tne
wonderful locul Anirstbctlc EXC'ttLSlOR
which has no bad effects nn the heart.
We also nse Nitrons Oxide, Chloroform
or Ether, if desired. We do all kinds of
high-class Detitittry, making a sjiecialty
of the Correction of Irregularities of the
Teeth and HOLD CHOWN and BKIlXiE
WORK. All work guaranteed. Lady
See Our Prices.
Silver Filling 50 cents and up
Gold Filling. $1 and np
Gold Crowns. $"
bet of Teeth $S
Open 8 a. m. to 8:30 p. m.
Cotno and tec n. Wa can save job money.
Open Sundays for extracting from 9 to 10 a. m.
B:stcn Dsntal Parlors.
Over Wineckc's Tailor shop.
118 Biidy strict .... DAVEXl'ORT, I A
L&TKST NOVELTIKS IS
W L Ma,
E, F. IORAT,
The New Merchant Tailor.
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THROUGH CAR SERVICE
ROCK ISLAND TO 8T. LOUIS.
Train leaving Uock Island at 8:00
a. m. carries through coach to St.
Louis, passing through Pckin, ll.iv
nn:i. Springlield and Litchlield.
Linos east of lVnria carry through
coaches and slocpin; oars on night
trains to principle cities.
CJen. Ticket Agent.
Are now ready
for your inspec
Glove and Fur Store.
Fur Goods remodeled.
Orders promptly tilled.
Gloves made to order.
1605 Second Av.
On the steering
head of everv Col
umbia bicycle of this year s make
that name-plate appears. It is
unique, handsome, and indicates
much satisfaction and highest en
joyment to the rider.
No other bicycle has ever equal
led a Columbia. No other bicycle
ever shall equal a Columbia. Tho
greatest bicycle factory ia the
world says go.
New Price mn
EARTFORDS, next best, $80 W0.
ISO for boys' and fir Is' sizes.
POPE MFG. CO.
nw Toaav aui rautcaoo,
An Art Catnlogne of these famous
wheels at any Columbia Agency, or will
be mailed for two i-cent stamps.
Who does nut want her
washing done in the
shortest time and neat
est way is hard to find.
Those who use
Getthe best results, be
cause it is made from
such materials that it
cannot injure the most
delicate fabric and will
save time and labor.
Follow them and yon
will find that you have
struck a good thing.
dSSAT SOCZ ISLAND TAB SOAP
Softens the akin, heals
chapped hands and re
moves grease, paint, etc.
Warnock & Ralston
Soap Makers. Rock Island.
ilUC Vfl1! Torc. t'inrl. trpr
lAf L 1 Uil IMmI m . Jkcan. UM
' lor in Month. l:ir Writ (IH
IR KM EST CO, 7 MAaaaleXcMBil
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MEN AND WOMEN
OF GOOO TASTE
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1 Catalogue fres.
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HfMon. ,j;r. Nrw Voik. r.pvtk.j-n.
In tt it. V. :rlutictn. l'civt.-ntryv lCti(.
McCABli BROS., Sole Agent?.
CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
DrSaWalsii & Walsli, Specialists
'ilHisi awiri n TBfagfe
DR. T. M. WALSH,
Formerly (Tnica! Piurescor !n two of Chicago's
leading medical toili kit.
ArknowkilL'vil hy tl:o Hidical rmfelnn, Arknowlednil hy tha Pres.', Ackm.wIeJed hy
ail as the World' (irtalrtt aud tlniy Successful 8pi.ctallsts In Chronic. Ncrvon. I'rlvate ami '
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x C0NSLLTAT1OX FREE! IMtOM
WEAK M EX. You that arc troub
led with Nervous llclwlity, Manhood. Ex
biuslive lira ns. N iht lonrvx, l)i Trclivv Mrmrry,
Tbrratcncd Insanity. Iivsof Will I'oaer, Mm'al
dolnflons. sleeiilritiini.'es, or any olhfr iympttn 'if
nervous t-xltsiiktiun. Vrni al'iialdcoutuit tts bs
fale it W too lulu, llelajr i fatal.
SURGICAL operations performed
at vonr home when dceired. Abdominal and
brain surgery a spec laity.
Tin- praise we lisve rw-iv-il for onr rrmsrkshle
lias comp. iiiii n in are -His mi-ans 111 ordur to (rtve tin- Hnp!,: an as the nn-.liial pr.ifi ioii tlr
nenrflt ul 'our li. Ww of tmilii-iiH- and our ti.iomal.l.- nkill In tin. art .if i-urut-ry. K. m nilx-r
ram.ly Vk!w.- u ;'; wtlnwie lo ace na oimiate. Wr are wlllinc lo i-Iin-ail ,ur kiHiwIi'dr
and nw t.ur ill. .and : frtl jurtly inud if the daily ronsratiilatitms we receive from thu med
cal jirort ti-ion for thu advauccu medical and Burical literature we have written. I
Only rural.lt i js taken. Beat of re erencus au 1 credential i. If you cauut call, r tc. Iluil
drcds enred by mail. I
CMcago Mfdical Institute.
Ollicc. 121 West Third Street.
in mK li,t tr trv f-ir N- rvm. IV ;Iiy. 1 ,n
Cxi. nii"ttea' v, Atnitliy. Vn- -lr an1 fi)! f .!. h-
Beit., rill, IsYXtl. .lr. Itr-.1 f lull 1 t il'l' viy
totiullifnuHf.liir. MiIh1 nyh-rr, wlnl.
nrpcr House I'hainiacj, Kocc Ipland, 111.
I Any Duck Suit in our store for f
114 West Second street
FOR A QUICK AFTER-DINNER SKiNE
APPLIED AND POLISHED WITH A CL0 iH
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1720, 1722, 1721 1'JI ami
172S Second Av.
in Davenport, Iowa.
irUV-': 1 -
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Late .f Crilrairn, formerly SurReon in-Cl.U f ot
SU Antbony's llMuit:tl.
IT AND I'l'.ltM ANKNT CL IIEs!
iwu a. i auorn in delay it you
are vafTrrini; Willi Catarrh. llr..n hit'. A-tiin a
Kaily Cunumitiun. hlifimial sin.Nura1t.ia. Iivat
K.ia, Scmto la. Srpliili,hliMM. livor.kidnnv ttt
i-an-a, m pi ii rr, plica or h.ilmo-lo. Our lonf hw
inal esH-neugu cnablva us to rave a lifu hi-i
WE C'AX positively ;u:iiiiiilti i
raitiral ro'o of VarloKria in srwn daj jk
fiainl, rs iui'IIhmI. Wot.trn stllTorini: Iniw utfrliiC
tir overlain troulih-s -f any natnnt conic and
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a tiy s l)
skill in cnrini; case rven nn ss Imnslmi
I Ilc.tirs-H to V
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f w..l f'Marrfia s-ltW"
ffi ni amy usra wvv
If tir-i'lrt ts t, vsm h
luu'l the (.')'. At(lrfJ
Fall and Winter 1
With a complete line f
dackeln and Fnr Cap;4
Vou are cordially inv'it
to inspect our htock. ,
rareiv will Burprise a'
please you. Uuy a CI
now lor the lolIowiDir r
FIRST You jret better m
up carmen t.
SECOND You get a larger
THIRD You save nt least
per cent, for when tho a
son begins fartories h
to nav more for mak
garments and mater
IJsDIES dci-iring- to make f
cial heii ctions now can L.
cure a garment by mak :
a deposit on it.
At Half I'rice. Latest r ,
cities in Fall Sailors. '
.'J. worth 5 and t& I'