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THE AKBUF, MON DA 57 MAY 4, 1896.
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J. W. Form
TUII-IMj. 10 esau eer week. Waekl?,
All awminlra Hons ef critical at lumiili
lire taarecter. political m nllftoaa, mm ten
imI wicM tat peNleetlon. Be rack
rttto wUI be pt1ata4 crer Icttttow eltnaturae.
OwwtgfiUf solicited im ererr tcwntMp
IB Boefe bread tout.
Mokdax, Mat 4, 1896.
nehaol illretloa ToMdr. Jane SO.
For Hoard of Educate,. ; ,!&u&&
Trk people of Kouk Island sympa
thise with the teachers in the city
schools, if the board does not.
Aritoi'Oft of bis manager. McKinley
has no donbt come to the conclusion
that there is nothing the matter with
No one can Keed the answer in the
stars of the Vermont republican con
vention, although it was held pretty
close to Maine.
Thk difference between the Mc-
Kinley-Hunna aad the Morton-Flatt
couiutaauuus appear to oe mat in
the former the boa owns the barrel,
whne in the latter the barrel owns
L'LATltEIUKiTK TlLLMAN SEJS he
will fro to the national democratic
coc ren tiou t Chicago, and if a sound
money platform is adopted be will
walkout. Aside from the principle
at "take there is u stronger reason
why the gold standard should be
Tilt teachers of the city schools to
tint ituruber oi CI received no more
rpectful treatment at the hands of
hm prejniicpt board of etncaliuii
Saturday niht than tLoy have from
their supciiblendent. whose reten
tion they are now justly protesting
Si IT. AMkNT was given another
chance to gloat at the board of edu
cation meeting Saturday evening,
when the resolutions were adopted
tending to impeach President Kjb-
bln.t. Mr. Ament Is enjoying all the
unpleaAntos4 that is growing out
of his present position in the com
There are victories that are wonte
than a defeat, and among these may
be classed the victorv of Mr. Tanner
down at Springfield. He has been
nominated against the will of the best
men in the republican party in the
state of Illinois. This was made
possible only by the rare power be
has of manipulating caucuses and
conventions to his will. He was
nominated despite the fact that he is
the bitterest opponent of Mc
Kinley, who Is the first
choice of nine - tenths of the
republicans of Illinois. Probably
there never was a more ludicrous
political parados than the hundreds
of republicans In Illinois who were
present at that convention bawling
Uiotnselve hoarse with cries for
Tanner and at the same time moving
the roof of the domo of the building
with snouts lot AlcKlnley, when the
one was in direct antagonism to the
other Such a thing could have been
possible only in a boas-ridden repub
lican convention. It never seems to
have struck the average delegate to
that convention that he was making a
riuicmous spectacio or Himself.
The convention itself was a trav.
esty on political fairness. The Chi
csgo men came down with the avowed
Intention of running the convention.
and they did it freni start to finish.
No measure went through without
tnrir approval, no candidate was
nominated that did not bear the Chi
cago brand. It was apparent that
John Tanner had promised this to
Chicago and he carried out his prom.
Ises. The result can be easily antic
ipated. There bat never been a
ticket nominated by the repub
licans oi ii'toon against wblch
there will be to many objec
tions urged. There has never been
one put in the field that will create
wider discontent among the ropobli
cans. There bas never been nomi
Dated a more vulnerable man than
John Tanner. It is not necessary
lor me democrats to nree new ob.
jectlons acainsl him. Titey will find
all Ihos itiirumeni set toith in full
in llie reponlican papers from the
Chicago Tribune down to the small
est village sheet. It is true that this
opposition has ceased so far as the
Chicago papers are concerned, bo.
cause me editors of the Inter Ocean
and of the Tribuno are to receive a
portion of too pork. But the area
meats had already been given the
' Shakespeare "came to London," ea
tvred, in fact, into eternal fame tbrooKD
its Rates. Why be rame, or precisely
u, is ivRcij a mailer conjecture
Over thtS. na over ao mnnh iT kl. 1,-f-
lies a veil that heliniself never chose to
lift That he was pour is certain, and
Jltahly trobable that ha waa nnita n.
friended. Whet her be had any croscioos-
uvs w rvnuasion ox me almost miracn
Ion SliftS Wa ean rml nnn Tk- i
. "-"" AT ,MJ-
pnlse that led him there cannot have
vw juiunnuw uue to coaqce or whim,
bat that be conld bave foreseen tne
splendid result in altogether impossible.
Like many a less'gifted mortal, be sus
tained the straggle of hope and fear.
The firrt falio ot bis plays sells today
for a large tarn of money, but let us
imagine a romance worth 20 islands of
' Suppose some one, wrenching away a
shaky panel in an old boose In Warwick
shire, camn npon a concealed cupboard,
wherein lay, thick with the dost of 300
years, a roll of manuscript, curled and
yellow with age. And suppose that, on
unfolding it, he found it bore the title
"The Life of Me. William Shakespeare. "
nere surely would be a record of un
paralleled Interest and chiefly the chap
ter which should tell of bow be came
to London. Think of what that step was
to hjm. consider the power of bis mind,
Imagine it at the neo'ef 50, looking
back with calm unruffled insight on its
own history as a drama, nnd then reflect
what he, Shakespeare, conld 6ay about
that youthful entry into Ixmdon, and
bow depict it. A king's ransom could
Dot bny the chapter, and a temple would
bo a poor place to bouse it, Chambers'
Would Ratbrr Ban tba Bilk.
Mrs. Corntowl had been thoughtful
ly gazing at the ceiling while the daily
paper lay in her lap.
"Hiram," nho said, "hev yon seen
this 'Dew woman's Bible' they're talkiu
"Na I hain't laid eyes on to it yet"
"D'yon think it's any bctter'n the old
en we're used to?"
"Id'na You might git one and Jcdge
fcr yourwK. "
"No, Hiram. I wont do anything of
the kind. I try not to bo behind the
time even if we do live in the country.
I don't begmd,o what the, dully papers
cost, and the 'lectrio car buzz, 'cause I
know tbet it means progress. I'm con
vinced tliet tho republican form of gov
ernment iii n eternal success, and I mus'
say tin t I've gut a strong suspicion tliet
n woman ca is taxable under the law
crter hW a vote ef she wants it I
wnnter to be right up ter dure, Hiram ;
bat when it comes ter tryin ter put
modern improvement cn the Scriptures
I declare I'drotber talre my chances,
Hiram, oil bein a? buck cumber."
The marks fliat smallpox loaves on
the bands ami face muy be entirely pre
vented by the simple expedient of hang
ing rrdrurtains round the patient's bed.
This marvelous discovery wa made
In the rHun of Edwnrd I by Or: t4ad
desden, who from that time has been
jUTRistonfly ridiculed uiitl laughed at
by men tit pciewe to tbfei duy notwith
Htuuilina tho fact that ho claimed to
Luve effctcd many cures, uotaMy that
of Edward II himself when Prince of
Ho ordered that tbo patient should be
wrapped in scarlet cloth, und that the
bel und furniture of bin room should be
painted in the same color. Thiawas tho
main cure, but be eontinned to treat the
pattest in the usnal manner.
It is only qui to recently that it bas
been discovered that everything claimed
for this siniplo remedy is perfectly true.
In names taken from trade, such as
Archer.JFisher, Brewster, (ilover, etc.,
to bo fonnd in the London Directory,
neither Hanker, nor. Soldier, nor Sailor
occunj, but it mnt-t be remembered that
the lisft of theKO nutnea is scarcely as
old as the days of tho Stuarts, before
which time the t-kiWsmiths "kept run
nlnR cashes " and acted as "banquiers,"
for the word is one f modern French
Importotiou. Soldier (soldat) also is cf
foreign uudrouiparativoly recent origin.
The absence of Sailor is supplier, though
very sparingly it mnst be owned, by
Boatman mid Boatwiight; Shipmau and
Shipwright. Bnt, then, it is only in
comparatively modern times that we
became a sea loving people, and that
"Britannia began to "rule tho waves."
Cera for Headache.
As a remtdy for all forms of head
acho Electric Bitters has proved to
be the very best. It effects a perma
nent cure, and the most dreaded ha
bitual sick headaches yield to its in
fluence. We urge all who are af
flicted to procure a bottle, and give
this remedy a fair trial. In cases of
habitual constipation Electric Bitters
cures oy giving tne needed tone to
the bowels, and few cases long resist
the nse of this medicine Try it
once. Large bottles only 60 cents at
Harti a Uliemeyer's drug store.
To Offer Reward of loo Dollars
for a case of catarrh that cannot be
cured, creates the suspicion that the
article so advertised is a hum
bug. Do you know of any
such reward being paid? Ely
Bros, do not promise a reward in
order to sell their well-known "Cream
Balm " They offer the most effec
tive medicant. pte pared in conven
ient form to USA. and at the lowest
possible price, 50 cents per bott'e.
An honest and effective remedy.
which Is absolutely free from mei-
curials or other harmful drugs.
mieat FUoal rnaal
Or. Williams' Inalaa rtla Otolataat wul con
altsd bipartite, ajaaraud and Itchis puts. It
abaorba tba tasMrs, allay tba itcMaf at onea.
acts as a poaltlea. fives laCaa rallaf. Dr. wu.
Haas iBdlta Fue Ointment Is prepared only for
pilot sad Heals; ef tba prtrate parts, and BotlUBg
ales. Brery bos Is (uaraateed. Bold by drac-
(tWa, sent by auU. f or M osata tad I! t box.
WUnaaM staaaiaetarlac eoatpaay, Fropdeton,
Ckvtlaad,blo. 8eU by T.B.Tboraas.
Nearly everyone requires a tonic
blood medicine in the spring. There
is nothing so good as Foley's 50-cent
Sarsaparilla. lor sale at M. F.
Bahnten's drug store.
Children Cry for
Odd ProTtdoa For the Safety of Uaora.
"Do you know." said j prominent
shipping man, "that it is a role with
the big transatlantic steamship com
panies that the wiie of -tboaptain shall
cot travel in his ship? It's a fact The
company strongly prohibits its captains
from taking their wives aboard with
them. The supposition is that i. any
thing should happen to tbo ship the
captain, instead of attending to his pub
lic dnty, woeM devote Lis attention
mainly to the safety cf ins wife. So
that if flic wife cf a captain wants to
go abroad she lacst tako .passage in
some other Vessel. This rule also holds
in many of tho freight lines. "-Phila-delpbia
A Trusting X&tnre Shocked.
"1 am sorry to have to tell you, young
man," said tbo aged clergyman, "(hat
the Eermon you delivered this morning
was preached by John Wesley more than
B hundred years ago. "
"Is it jyist-ible 1" exclaimed the young
divinity Etudect, both shocked and
grieved. "I I found it in a volume of
aormons published by the Rev, Philetns
Muggins in 1625 and long since lout of
print! Whom can one trust " Chicago
A colored pastor in Texas, demanding
bis salary, is reported to have paid,
"Brudeni, I can't preach beah and boa'd
Buckles' Arnica Halve
The best s!ve in the world for
outs, brnises, sores, nloers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively cures
piles or no pay required. It ia guar
anteed to icive perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Prloe 25 oe&ts per
box. Korsale by Hart A UUnmever.
I I Cats. Biec
Cats. BtEFiB, Hsnager.
- May 5 and 6
Beach & Bowers'
A Paroxysm of Pleasure A Reg
ular Dollar Show for
10, 20 and 30 Cents.
Popular Prices for the People. See
the Great Parade at 11:30.
Sale of seats fort be Mmroh of Mrd-m Mln.
f trel.jr will open Saturday morning at B'eoer's
Borlis Opera House,
Thursday, May 7.
A New Leoture by
"Why I Am An Agnostic"
"Cel. Trifcersoll' msrt brilliant and
matterfoi jilatform effort." New
Prices 11, 75c and 50c.
Beats st Flnke'e Mnariay mnrnln;, Miy 4. Tele
phone 20. Ferry bo it and can after tne lecture.
Are the beacon lights that attract the
young and inexperienced Into the way
they ought to go, which is the road to
HOPPE's, where their clothing will be
fitted in such a perfection of style, and
the matetial will be so adapted for
either promenading, business or social
functions, that he can take precedent as
the "glass of fashion and the mould of
form." and delight bis friends with bis
good taste as a connoisseur in clothing.
DROITS 2ElVERiXE PiLLS.
Ay tor nervous
an nervous et
awm of Hie (ren-
ot Miner arx.
snen as Nemos
v ..mm VI
Msnttnoa. ItKootencr. Ntirhtl rmici. Vimk
OkS AMB UfWHM. liU. -. II T
Jul Errors. Wt-nlal Worry. ezoraalTe use ot To-
vr vpjum. waicn irsa touoosnmptionaBd
Insanity. WiU eery W ordrr we trive a wrtv
tea roanntre to cure or refund the nooer.
bold at 9tAH per box. 8 boea for 9SMO. AK.
arwai-a null l, CVHraI, Ot
told by T. H Thomas, AmcKlat.
WAVTED-PAPER HANGERS AT 419
WANTED NIGHT COOK AT THK IELr
munico restaurant. ltJ7 Second avenue.
WANTED SIX FIRST CLASS HARD
wood bench carpenters. Rock Island
Lumber & Manufacturing company.
WANTED POtTl TO T-ROOM HOUSE
centrally lueated. Good rent for right
place. -J. S. L.. care Tub ARiiC-t.
lr ANTED PLACE TO DO GENERAL
house work in prh-ate family. Keier
encea If reiiuired. Apply at 2Sll Vino htreeu
"7ANTED EMPLOYMENT: STEADY
v v places to work at ironing- or second
work two or three dnys a week br competent
eirt: references given. Address "M. 11, ' AB
uca. WANTED KEN WHO WIIX. WORK FOR
TS a month wtlary or lurpe eommiKNlon
aellinir staple ffoods by sample to dealers. Ex
perience unnecessary. Write us. Household
Specialty company, 77 W. Fourth street, Cin
WANTED MEN TO ACT AS LOPAL AND
traveling salesmen. Experience not
necessnry. Salary or commission as preferred.
A goid uhanee for energetic men. Write for
particulars. The R. J. Chase company, the
Chase Nurscrieu, Oeneva, N. Y.
WANTED YOrNll MAN AUOCT 1R
years of ave or older, who livesut home
and cun work for moderate wages to learn a
good business. Mut be neat, courteous and
ambitious: chance of a life time tor some good
boy. Address -P. H.." Tue A nous.
WANTED SCHOLARS TO LEARN THE
French Kellocg system at ll 1 Second
avenue. The complete system embraces the
model, complete instructioasin cutting, fitting,
French basting and boning for only lu. Usual
price for system comfleie, SJo. Mrs. M. E,
La who n.
WANTED GOOD RELIAHIJ5 HELP OP
all kinds wbo can furnish references to
use Tas A Hum want column. Calls are re
ceived at this offlce daily for domestics, etc..
who can come well recommended. Try this
column tor a situation and if you are reliable
you will get one.
FOR RENT FOUK ROOM FLAT IN OOD
location. Reasonable terms. Apply E.
FOR RENT ROOM FOR ONE OR TWO
gentlemen with board; central location.
Address Y.," Thk Arc; vs.
FOR RENT THE FLATS IN KOESTER
building, corner Fifth avenue and Thlrty
ttrst street, opposite C, R. L & P. deMt. For
particulars call at shm; store of Peterson or
Keidy Bros., room 4. Mitchell & Lyndetiock.
TPOH SALE NEW 8-ROOM HOUSE, 2803
JL Sixth avenue. Apply on premises.
TjlOR SALE A PIANO IN OOOO CONPI
1 tion: cheap If taken at once. Cull at 16U7
FOR SALE A SMITH-PREMIER TVPK
writer complete: in good condition. Ad
dross -K. S" this oitlce.
FOR SALE A FIRST CLASS LOT. EAST
front, new brick walk. Kliatle trees in
front. Fruit trees und shnils on lot-, wuter and
sewer. Apply at 3U05 Fifth avenue or on
LOST A IKOVN SILVER MOUNTED
pocket-book. Finder please leave at
A uuus ortloe.
CHIROPODIST J. W. MAYES. CORNS,
bunions and ingrowing toe nails treated
without pain. Skilled operator. Call at lOii
HARRY H. IRVIN. DEALER IN NEW AND
second-hand goods: also goods handled
on commission. Cash paid for all saleable fur
niture. Uefore buying, give me a call 1511
Second avenue, Rock 14and.
TO ANY MAN OR WOMAN WE
catiaot tcuch to draw a cravon
portrait by our patent method in three lessons.
We pay our pupils sio to ?I8 per week to work
for us at home, evenings or spare time. Scud
for work and particulars. Hermann & Sey
mour, 213 South Sixth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
IJHRENOLOaiCAL SCIENCE OF THE
hand Mme. Franks, the scientific palmist
and thorough graduate in the science of chir
omancy. Mme. Franks, although a palmist, is
not a fortune teller. She thoroughly under
stands the hand, the lines with all their twists
and turns, the texture of the skin and olso the
shape and size, which Is a necessity to reveal
the character, the temperament nnd the abili
ties. Therefore she can reveal to those wbo
call upon her, from a scienttUc standpoint,
whether they ore best suited to mental or
manual labor and In what occupation they will
be the most successful; also their proper mate
in life. Mme. Franks has practiced in both
Europe and America, and is considered a verv
successful and interesting lecturer and reader
of palmistry. She Is assisted by the world's
renowned palmist. Prof. Franks from the Isl
and of Cyprus, who will exiiiliit to the public
various paintings and sketches of hnuds of
different people and professions. Public In
vited. Parlors If ID Third a enue.
MADAM DESARMEAUX. THE CROWNED
queen of all clairvoyants not a sorcerer
or fortune teller, only as a clairvoyant medium.
Her power excites the wonder arid admiration
of even the most skeptical. She will foretell
your destiny to a certainty. Scores who have
consulted her consider her advice and assist
ance most valuable. She has made fortunes
for many, finding for them through her ciair
voyant power Investments that returned them
great profit. People in all walks of life have
been benefited by the services of this eminent
medium. She never fails to give warning of
the snares that await you in the future and
Cnt out the way by which the ma v be avoided,
me a!?air and all mHtrimonialentangleuients
are satisfactorily straightened out. In a word,
whatever may be your troubles.. suspicions or
desires, call on this gifted woman, for there la
nothing within the aim of humaa power Intel
ligence or ambition, that she cannot do for
you. or place within your reach. She locates
and tiiiiguoss disease, cuies uts. big neck,
etc.. also gives massage and magnetic treat
ment. Business st riotly private and cunliden
t:at Ho.in, It a. m. to . p. m. dally and Sun
day. Call at once. Private apartments. 10.9)
Fourth avenue, Moline, 111,
To buy Hardware.
Mixed House and
Floor Paints, Rub
ber Hose, Lawn
Mowers or anything
in the Hardware
line in general is of
1610 TLirJ Avenue.
AGENT FOB EAGLE BICYCLES.
'T'HE Whole Store
is brimful of in
Every cost between pro
ducer and consumer that
can be got rid of is swept
' OiSLY'THEroSS OFA
away in the right direction
when you are steered where
it is a toss of a copper that
you can get anything you
want for less money, quali
ty considered, than at any
other establishment in the
three cities. Our goods
are in all the newest styles,
and will stand comparison
with those of eny metropol- '
itan store in the country.
Ladies' Shirt Waists.
This is by far the largest sea
son for the above garments ever
known. We have a complete
line from S9c and up.
Skirts and Suits.
Brocaded Brlliantine Skirts,
full width, rustle, Taffety lined,
worth $3.75, this week $2.18.
Black Sicilian Skirts, worth
f6.60, this week $4.50.
Black Sateen Skirts 75c, 90o,
Capes and Jackets.
Capes we start them, all
wool, 59c and np.
Jackets all this season's
styles in black, tan, brown and
navy, worth $5, this week f 3.98.
This department is brim full
of big bargains. 20 pair only
of Notinghams in white and
ecrue, 8J yards long. 40 inches
wide, worth 2.50, this week
carry them away at $1.50 a pair.
Full length, double border
knotted fringe, should be 3.98
a pair, this week $2.75 a pair.
Japanese Floor Mattings in
high novelties, we start them at
12ic and np. ,
Boy's Sweaters made from
the best Egyptian's combed yarn;
regular eizo worth 75c; this week
Boy's all wool Sweaters in
' black, navy and maroon with
extra cape collar attached; worth
$1.52; this week 85c.
Men's black Sweaters guar
anteed stainless; worth 89c; this
Men's all wool Sweaters in
black, tan, white, navy and ma
roon; worth -$2.25; this week
your choice $1 50.
Patent Hook and Eyes 2c card;
feather stitched Braid 5c piece.
Bastng Cotton, 200 yards, 3
spools for 6c.
Safety Tins Sc card.
Darning Balls 2c each.
Pins lc paper.
25 Envelopes 2c pack.
Agate Shirt Button 4o gross.
Rnthford's celebrated Wall
Paper Cleaner only 19c per box;
enough to clean a room 12x12 in
cluding the ceiling.
Wire Carpet Beaters.
The latest wire Carpet Beater,
30-inch long wood handle,
which does quick and satisfac
tory work, worth 25c, our price
Fish Hook, sizes 1 to 12, per.
Brass Reels, 25 yards, 10c.
Fly Hook, 3 for"6c.
' Bamboo jointed poles, 10 to
12 feet 85c.
Uenuine Irish Linen Lines 15o.
Linen Lines, 15 yards, 6c doa.
Carpet Sweepers, $1.25 and np.
Baby Carriages $3.95 and up.
lee cream Freezers. 98c and
np. We handle the White Mount
ain and Peerless.
We have Jnat purchased the entire line of
tample lamp of a larga aaatern hoax at 'M
percent be :ow wuoierale prl-a. Tbia la
not a line o cheao .amp, bat la of the
highest grada and of the well known Mi! er
and Plume and Atwood makea For tills
aaie we will give yon an extra tin banquet
lamp with beantiful acroll work oa bead,
larga ootx column and aaae; also, with
old plate, warrned not to tarnUu. Thia
lampwa aud to mall at 4J, bat we
place it ob aaleat 110. Wa have a larga aa
aonment to select ram at price from LS
Electro-Gold String Pianos
Have attained their eelehrltv acini
, - - a. . J
publicly exhibited in competition
THE HIGSIEST AWAlflT
At the International Exhibition at Crystal Palace. N. Y.. in 1853,
over 100 pianos on exhibition First Prize to tho Schom acker Piano.
In 1874 Franklin In8titnt0 in Philadelphia in 1815, 1858, and again
At the American institute in New Tork in 1S53.
At the Maryland Institute in Baltimore in 1848.
At the International Exhibition in Philadelphia in 1876.
The Schomacker Pianos received the Highest Awards
BOLD COKTIKUOrSLT COS 28 TEAUS AT
Wallace's Music Store SffiSrwr
THE "CLEVELAND" !!5?T JO?ym
In the great comNoiMve markrt for bicycles, where Fame, Flash end Fancy; Brains,
Bluff and Bluster: Industry, Indians and Imitators are blowing their horns and eovfrina
the country with Halxiratc mnl extensive ad, in order to sell cheaply maio whvels for a
big price. The Cleveland Is chosen by the Intelligent mid experienced public as first
It is Hated at S100, is sold for 8100, but most important of all. Is worth $100.
OVE HAVE OTHER WHEELS
Which we sell at S45, gr.5. and S75. All good values for Uio price. Wc can
suit you in quality, juice and term.
M. O. Griswold & Co., 1510 Second Ave.
bunches Swiga Roses, all
ren'a school Hats, 15c.
BEE O HIVE
itfWest Second street
a-awaam. V UDlDVCr
they have Invariably received
Of Capes, Suits, Skirts and Silk Waists
St 00 110 OS f 8 00 $7 50 f t Wl
8 00 SCO SO) GU i DO
10 so on 7 on s ro
7 Ml SMI IW IN
CHILDKP.N'9 JACKI Ti.
Former price...... son is i 3 to
KOW 1411 1UI20J44S
The lanrert aaortmrat in tba clt at t' e k-wtst
pricta. bblrt Waist Seu. loo, -Oc. X.
O'H B t,2K:,Wc Wc, 75c; Uiathor Belts, toe,
85c, uc. aue. tisc.
We guarantee a aarlogor ic U a on any of
AD tbe orraet tbftpfa n l h-"m'D(t'T atylee tm
elegant aillllncrjr at modnnte coeU eneclal aaie
ttala wr k :
1 7 ao Ilata aoM ereryobera at.. 1 10 SO 'or $ B B0
00 llaiaanld everye-n.re a... 00 f er 4 SO
W linu lull rjhf t 7 (rifnr SO
4 on Uauaolri everywhere t.. S 00 for 1 Tl
3 OUUat oMareryMMrre at.. 4 60 far S 7
ah ad p a. 25c. worth 50c