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THE ARQUB, SATURDAY, JANUARY 9. 1897.
rabHsbed Dally sad weekly it ltM Bcaond
Avaarae, iiock Island, III. Enured itlttrat
"3 " seeond-claaa matter.
J. W. POTTllr
TSBMB Dally, 10 coats V
WJK per inn am, in f iqee $1 .50.
An eoamnnleauon c political or arrnmenta
rt character, politi, or religion, most tare
real nam attached for publication. No men
article will be printed orer fictitious rlg-satnrcs
Oorreipondenoe aolldte d from erery tewmhlp
in Book Ialand county.
Saturday, Jasuaby 9. 1897.
The caucus which will decide the
Illinois senatorahip will be held
Thursday evening of next week.
Bosto, Mass., his 59 national
banks, and there is a possibility of
that number being reduced In" the
Discussing republican reayo altv
candidates the Union speaks tf men
republicans like to honor. Yes.
Mayor Knox is one of them.
Now, gentlemen please stand back
and watch the machine run over
everybody and everything that gets
in its way. Peoria Journal.
Gov. Tanner did not attend the
Beefsteak club banquet, b"ut he re
ceived more roasting than the j niftiest
slice of meat there Chicago Jour
Notwithstanding the claims of
Dr. Zartucha's patriotism to the
Cuban cause, it does seem as though
Gen. Maceo lacked foresight in not
According to Secretary Herbert
the gains on tho manufacture of
armor plate for the government are
about 101) per cent, not counting the
profit on blow holes.
Tfie Chicago anti-theatre bat or
dinauce has been such an almitted
success that the Illinois legislature
will be asked to pass a statutory
provision looking to the same end.
Madden now, anil later, Tanner to
succeed Culiom. This is the repre
sentation the machine proposes that
Illinois shall have in the United
States senate. Glorious prospect
for the state of Lineoln ami l.'cuglas,
and Yates and Oglesby, and Logan
"The corner" got it in the eye
again this morning because a repub
lican candidate for mayor had been
uiscussrd. The Union should hereafter
be a little more specific in its "corner'-
talk. It must remember there
are two of them now. Which one
did it mean this morning?
"Mu Dinulky's tariff measure is
not for revenue, but for protection,
aad for protection only," criticises
tho Philadelphia Ledger (independ
ent republican); "it is not intended
for the benefit and profit or the
wholo people, but for helping a par
ticular class or special industrial in
terest, and has for its aim a political
In th. political set-to between
Mathew Stanley Quay and John
Wanamakcr. the latter was knocked
out in the first round, (juay's man,
Penrose, defeated tho great trades
man in the republican caucus for
senator from Pennsylvania by a vote
of 133 to 71. Wanamaker is real an
gry and is saying some harsh things
about his successful opponents.
The 'iuincy Herald says there are
today 1,421 veterans enjoying the
benefits of the Soldier's home. This
is the largest number enrolled in the
history of the institution. The su
perintendent turned over 140,000 to
the treasurer, leaving on hand exactly
$24. The home affairs have been judi
ciously and economically nunaged
and rellect credit on the administra
tion of state affsirs. The per capita
expense for the last quarter was
Thbrb is not a boy in the civilized
world, and you need" not limit the
age of boyhood less than 100 years,
who will not hear with the greatest
interest that the report that Robin,
son Crusoe's island was swallowed
up by an earthquake or a volcanic
eruption is not true as stated several
months ago. There is not a spot on
earth dearer to the youth of all ages,
since De Foe gave it to the world.
The touching story of Robinson Cru
soe and his man Friday will charm
juvenile readers so long as literature
laciAurd iui le .
Indications are multiplying at
Washington before tbe ways and
means committee that the various
manufacturing interests of the coun
try, who so liberally contributed to
the McKinley campaign fund, are to
be handsomely remembered by the
incoming administration. The rep
resentatives of all industries, both
great and small, are loudly clamor
ing for recognition and insisting
upon protection to their special in
terests, whether or cot their pro
ducts are in oompetit:on with for
eign goods. They are just as zealous
now in their attempt to enrich them
selves further at the expense of the
people, as they were to coerce and
trick the voters into supporting Mc
Kinley, and notwithstanding the hue
and cry which has already been
raised bv the indenendent and dem
ocratic pipers which labored assidu
ously ior ine election oi tne republi
can ticket, the demands of the cor
morants will be fu ly satisfied. In
fact the republican party would be
inconsistent snouid it not now
carry out its avowed policy in
the last and preceding campaigns.
The nomination of Mr. McKinley was
a sufficient indication of what the
tariff schedules would be should he
be elected, and the raising of all du
ties to a prohibitive degree is only a
The statement of Congressman
McMillan, of Tennessee, one of tbe
democratic members of the ways and
means committee is particularly sig
nificant. He has given close atten
tion to the tariff hearings prelimi
nary to the framing of a new protec
tive measure, and is of the opinion
that the bill, when presented to. con
gress, will be of the most radical
Mr. McMillan says: "We were
told before the hearings began that
the manufacturers would be mode
rate in their demands, and that the
bill was to be constructed along con
servative lines. So far as I am ab e
to judge, the men who have come
this winter asking subsidies at the
hands of congress are just as greed v
as were those who appeared before
the ways and means committee prior
to the passage of the McKinley tariff.
I hear no talk now about a conserva
tive bill from the republican mem
bers of the committee. Everything
indicates that the rates to be" Ixeal
by the new bill will be fully as high,
and in many cases higher the they
were under'the McKinley law. Tbe
democrats are not undertaking at
present to interfere with the republi
can program. They will wait, until
the bill is presented to the house,
and will then have something to say
roneerning its provisions that may
t e of interest to the countrv, pro
vided, of course, they are permittted
to say anything on that subject.
1 here is no mistaking the republican
purpose. Tne leaders of that party
seem to have an idea thai they can
restore prosperity by piling up the
taxos on tbe people, or they seem de
termined at least to try the experi
The opening pages of the North
American Review for Januarv are
devoted to a most carefully prepared
paper by Senator Henry Cabot Lodge,
uf Massachusetts, entitled "The
Meaning of the Votes." Pjultney
Bigelow writes inteiestinglv on
The German Press and the United
Sta'e-s" while M. K. J. Keitej, from
the workingtnan's point of view, dis
cusses the e ffect of '-Strikes as a
Factor iu Progress." There are
numerous charming eseajs on var
"The Nancy Banks" of Show.
"Tpo Nancy Hanks" management
wants it understood that the comedv
has nothing whatever to do with
race horses, but that it is the name
of a good thing. ' The Xancv
Hanks," to quote the Chicago Kec
ord, is about as lively a bit of stae
letcrature as is likely to be seen upon
a Chicago stage this sea?on. It
rushes from one absurdity to another
in a mad and merry way, pausing
only now and then for a song or bit
of incidental comedy, all of which is
woven into the piece so neatly that
the action of the comedy is not inter
rupted for a moment. "The Nancv
Hanks" is from the pen of Frank
Tannehill. Jr., a bright and breezy
writer. The company was booked
at the Great Northern theatre in Chi
cago for one week, and made sush a
hit that the engagement was pro
longed for four weeks. The com
pany appears at the Bnrtis next
Paul Topptr Wilkes' Weak.
Paul Tupper Wilkes for the third
time started out with a brand new
company, and if there is anything in
the saying that the third attempt is
the charm it was Eurelv demon
strated last evening. Mr. Wilkes
has really a company that he is to be
congratulated that he was so lucky
to secure such clever people. The
Sioux Falls press says: - The com
pany contains a number of people
who have been before the footlights
in Sioux Falls before Little Blo
som. Anna Gordon, L. E. Beach,
Ernest Wilkes and Conrad Holme.
The specialties were verv tmnA in.
dead. -Connt' Holmes an-ain rap
tured the audience." Tbe companv is
at Harper's theatre fciu-ht nioh
commencing Snnday evening.
James L. Francis, alderman. Chi
cago, says: "I regard Dr. King's
New Discovery as an ideal panacea
for coughs, colds and lung com
plaints, having used it in niv family
for the last five years, to the exclu
sion of physician's prescriptions or
Rev. John Burgus. Keokuk, Iowa,
writes: "I have been a minister cf
the Methodist Episcopal chnreH for
50 years or more, auu L..- im ret
found anvthinir so beneficial, or innr.
gave me" such speedy relief as Dr.
King's New Discovery." Try this
ideal cough remedy now. Trial bot
tles free at Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug
Bueklen's Anka sair
Tbe best salve in the world for
outs, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns end all skin
eruptions, and Dositiverv onma
piles or no pay required. It Is guar
niteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 16 seats per
box. For sale bv Herts DUemeyer.
SUNDAY IN THE PULPIT.
BSSrlSSSS to be Held at the
Rev. S. F. Moore, a Coresn mis
sionary, will speak at the Central
Presbyterian tomorrow morning, and
in the evening at the Broadway.
Tfcere will be services in the" vari
ous churches as fo.low.-:
Trinity Episcopal, corner of Sixth ave
nue aM Nineteenth street. Rev. R. F
Sweet. S. T. D . rector, will officiate. Matins
and ceiebraiiou at 10:4." a in. Sunday school
atV:I5 a. m. Even kuag at 7:30 p.m.
Trinity Episcopal. corner ol Fourth
avenue and Seventh street Kev R F. Sweet.
S. T. V. . rector. Even song and Sunday school
at -:30 p. zn.
St. Joseph's Roman Catholic, comer
of Second avenue and Fourteenth steet. Rev.
Thomas Macion. dean and pastor: John H.
Cannon, assistant. Mass at H a. m. and 10:30
a. m. Vespers a: 3 p. m. Sunday school at i
St. Mary's Gennjji Catholic, corner
of Fourth avenue and Twenty-second street.
Rev. Bernard Uaak .pastor. Mass at 8 a. m.
and 10:3" p. m. Vespers at 3 p. m. Sunday
sch'iol at -:30 p. m.
German Lutheran, corner off Twen
tieth street and Fifth avenue. Rev. C. A.
Mennicke pastor. Sen-ices at B3HBS a. m..
and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at2:30 p. m.
Grace English Lutheran. corner of
Forty-fourth street and Seventh avenue. Rev.
Joseph L. Murphy pastor. Services at 10:45 a.
m. and 7:4.t p. m. Sundjv school at tf:15 a.m.
First Swedish Evangelical, comer of
Fourteenth s'.reet and Fourth avenue. Rev.
Carl E. Slatt . pastor. Services at 10:30 a. m.
and 7:30 p m. Sunday school at 3 p. m.
oa Swedish Lutheran. SM Seventh
avenue. Services at H: 45 a. m. and 7:30 p.m.
Sunday school a: t:30 a.m.
German Evangelical. Ninth street between
Fifth and Sixth avenues. Rev. Theo. F. Krue
ger. pastor: services at 10 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Sunday school at it p. m.
First Hapvst. comer of Third avenue and
Fifteenth street. Rev. Carlton K Tavlor. Ph.
IV : services at VMI a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
.Morning subject. "(Vtistraining Love." even
ing. "Tae IMIars Crowned with Liliies: " a talk
tomea. Sunday school at 0:30 a.m. B. Y.
P. U. meeting a-. 6:30 p m.. led bv Miss Sarah
B. H iUier. Topi-. The Door of the Fold and
Its Shepherd'' Junior union at ?:JOp. m.
Free Swedish tnis-ion. Comer of Eleventh
street and Fifth avenue. Service at 3:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting Thursday at h p. m.
Emanuel Baptist. 417' Forty-fourth street.
Rev. S. H. Cain, pastor: services at lo:45 a. tn .
and 7:30 p m. Mo-nine subject. Witnesses "
evening. --Mercies." Sunday school at 3 p. m.
B. Y. P. V. a: &.Mp. m.
Second BaptLst. sivrr Sixth avenue Rev.
Washington, pastor: services at 10:3(1 a. m.
and : 30 p. m Sunday school at IS m.
Swedish Baptist, corner of Twenty-first
street and Fifth avenue. Rev. L-tgerquist. pas
tor: services at rtaSI a. m. and 7:30 o. m.
Sunday school at '.:: a. m.
First MethiMlis: corner of Fifth avenue and
Nineteenth street. Key. c. O. McCulloch.
MeSor. Services at 3fe4B a. m.and 7:: p m.
Morning subject. Am 1 Mv Brother's Keep
er: " evening. Bad ompanv Bad Morals
Junior league at J:3o p. m. Ep worth league
at 83 p. ni.
German Methodist, corner of S.xth avenue
and Fourteenth street. Kev. F. H. ilollmann.
pastor, services at 10:45 a. m and 7 p. as.
Sunday school at trJS a. m. Epworlh league
meeiiuj at 7 p. m.
Edgewood. I'.irk Methodist, services In old
No. 7 school building at II a. m. Sunday
school at 10 a. sn.
Ninth Street Methodist. Ninth street, be
tween Fifth and Sixth avenues: services at
lo jsa. m and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at
Mfi a. n:
Broadway Presbyterian, corner off Twenty
third street and Seventh avenue. Rev. V S.
Mai'iuis. pastor: setvices at 10:45 a. m. and
7::t p. m. Sunday schx' at 9:15 a. m. Young
People s meeting at BESlst m.
United Presbjrtenaa, Third avenue and
Fourteenth street. Kev H C Marshall, pastor.
Services at HME a m and 7:3n p. m. Morning
subject. 'TheOosgxrl for the World.' Kev
J. T. ISckyT. of Davenport, will preach in the
e vening Sunday Reboot at L':30 a. m. Young
people meeting a: i:oo p. m.
Central Presbyterian. Second avenue, be
tween Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets. Rev.
Ira W. Allen. Jr.. pastor, services at 10:45 a.
m. and 7-Jt B in. Sunday school at S":15 a. m.
Young Peoples meeting at 6:45 p m.
Aiken Street Chapei. Presbyterian. South
Rock Island Kev. L w. Alien. Jr.. pastor: Sun
day school at 'Z p. nx: services every Tuesday
at ;:3d p. m.
South Park Chapel. Presbyterian. Elm street
and Fifteenth avenue, Kev. V. S. Marquis,
pastor: Soadsv school at 2:30 p. m.: services
Tuesday at 7-:p. m.
Memorial Christian, comer of Fifteenth
street and Third avenue. Kev. T. V. Grafton
pas-or: services at 10:45 a m.. and 7:33 p m.
Morni.g subject. "The Misnkie of tin Church. "
with a prelude on I'he Ministrv of Childhood"
to the chi dren: evening. Hack to Christ '
Sunday school at :I5 a. m Y. P S C Fi
at 6:3" p. m. Aha Van Pi;7er. leader. Sub
ject, "Spiritual Power "
Twenty-Ninth Stree-. Chapel. Christian, sev
enth avenue and Twenty hfih street. Key T
W Grafton, pastor. Sunday school at 3 p. m
Salvation Army Barracks. Burrall's block
Second avenue. services as follows
Knee drill at 7 a. m.. holiness meeting at
lO:.! a. m.. christians' meeting at 3 p. m.. salva
tion meeting at s p. ru.
Fteat Chorea of Christ, Scientist. Twentv
tlnrd street between Seventh and Ninth ave
nues Services at Mt a m.. followed by
Sunday sjhK)l. Experience meeting every
1 ndav evening at 7231
Y. M. C. A. B.iitding. corner of Third avenue
and Nineteenth street. Service at US. Rev
J. L Murphy will .speau. h s subject to be "The
Keck off M
In most of the states ofi pounds mako
a bushel of shelled corn. From thi.s the
range is ill wuwanl to li pounds in
California and Vermont.
Thirty-eight days arc required for a
letter to go from Hew York to tbe Falk
dream is one thai
fills, the hcarl
With lntrnrest inv
. j j
happy dream is
quently, it is not
In many cases low
inp youner couple
fall short of tnte
because of the ill
health of th
young wife. A wo
man who is tor
tured by pains du
to weakness anc
disease of the or
pans that are dis
cannot be an ami
able and helpfu!
pain and san
their raaliyn influence the most arci.-iMe anc
helpful disposition will become soured Th
wife that promised to be a cheerful capahli
anc o-illmheipmits surprises l.-r htisbam-'
ny proving a sickly, nervous, fretful ant
helpK-ss invm'.t 1. This unfortunate outcome
Of " l.OVC'i V. .-trier rirrim " w.- V.
I vented or rem- d.cd hrri-cnniiwiA
medicine for troubles of this nature.
The rieht medicine is Dr. Pierce's Favorite
rurscnpiion. uver on coo women have said
so :n unsolicited lcttr rs tn - "
Dr R. V Pierce, chief consulting phrsician
to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical' Inti
tute. at Buffalo. K. Y. The Favorite Pre
scription" acts directly upon the organ
that make wifehood and motherhood possj.
,,e" It.ake'i ther" stron and healthy. II
aliays inflammation and soothes pain. It
relieves the strain upon the nerves It pre
pares for motherhood and insnre, tne bea'tb
of the child. All medicine dealers sell it
"I take p!eaur" writes Mrs. Jrssie Fuller, of
Emogy. Bosque Co . Trias, "in writing vou again
I am in better health than I have been iri six
years I think your medicine is the best in th
world I hope every woman who is afflicted as I
was will take it Your ' Favorite Prescription 1
has saved my life. I was not able to get op when
I was sick until I began to take vonr medicine I
cannot thank you enough for wh.-.t vou have don
ior me. cu can use my statement as yon like."
Constipation is the sS -embracing cause
of ill health. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant PelleU
cure it. They never gripe.
THE CHANGE OF LIFE.
nrteHiffent Women Prepare for the
A Time ",n.en Women i oeefrtrble
to Many reread Daw-saca.
Tbe anxi.-'.y Ml by women as tbo
"chanpe of life'' draws near, is not
When her system is in a deranfrcd
condition, or she is predisposed to
apoplex v. or con
gestion of any or
gnn. it is at this
pencil likely to
does its de-
Puvth vcarninp symptoms as sense of
suffocation, headache, dread of impend
ing evil, timidity, sounds in the ears,
palpitation of the heart, spurks before
the eyes, irregularities, constipation,
variable appetite, weakness and in
quietude, ttsSSBSSSB) etc.. arc promptly
heeded by intelligent women who are
approaching tbe period in life where
woman's great change may be expected.
Thousands at this critical time consult
Mrs. Pinkhnm. an.l conduct their ha bits
according to her SMSSBSS
and with tbe Vegeta
ble Compound go
through that dis
tressing time with
perfect safety and
comfort. Mrs. W.
L. Day. of Hctts
6a vs :
it: lieu, l.yrlia
Vopr-tnble Compound saved my life.
It carried mc through the change of
life all right, and I am uow in good
health. It also cured my husband of
SLIGHT!. Y CHANGED
Let not ambition mock their useful toil.
Their lonely joys anddestinv obscure:
N r urand::er hear with a dl-daintii sn.ile
The short and simple want ads of the poor
WANTFD A aOODCIB. FOR . ;F.NH.t
housework at If Twenty-third street.
WANTED-A C OMPETENT FIRST GUM.
references rciulred. Call St.. Aeon
tot AimsD -A Tjifusnr ronK to no at
v your nomes: i-an ilve ucs! ofci:yicfer
ences. Addrets IC. c," Allots.
TSTANTED-SITrATION FOR (.KNEHAI.
v nousework in small familv. an eive
reference, apply at 1K Second ireet.
WANTED - A I-OS1TION AS BjXHJSB
TV I." ,..... ,- I . mt nnA n.i.UI. " -' I 1 .
experience, with one child: referen-es -iven If
iviuirvu. Aooress .1. D., AHOl s
WANTED AUK3rT8 TO BSBUi I'ATKN'T
trace fasteners. Sells at sicht. I'sed
on any haajry outfit. Free to those meaning
uusuicss. i.em .o-.e iv companv riioMe.--, iije
WANTED SITFATIOX AS HOFSE-keepci-
or companion to some ladv llv
IM alone. References given and required.
Correspondence solicited. Addres- I.oe.. llox
-4. Kewanee, CL
R RENT A NICE FLAT.
at MSB lliua avenue.
FOR RENT-OH3I DOI B1.E IIKITK TENE
ment :l and Xtt Twentieth street. Ap
ply to Sweeney & W alker
"CKR RENT SEVEN ROOSI HOUSE ON
A Second avenue: modem conveniences,
also six room house, by E. W. Hurst
"CtOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOM. VERY
-3- convenient to bu-inesa center with hot
water heat. Address X. Y. Z.. Am.rs office
FOR S M.E THREE FINE ISTITtOVED
farms In Douglas county. Neb.: terms
easy Address SI. b 1'ark W ater.oo Neb.
FOR SALE THE IliCSEIOLD GOODS,
such as furniture, stoves, carpets, etc . of
he Mayer Kosfntleld house. Seventh avenue
and Nineteenth sfeet. will lie sold at auction
sulv begmniog Thurv-oav morn.nff Jan. Hth.
at 10 o'clcck An exce.lent opportunity for
DRESS MAKING NKW DRESS MAKING
parlor at I3S3 Second avenue, up tirs
All work guaranteed und prices ttat wiiluit
UALESMES WANTED ALL OVFR THE t
C United s-atos fir tbe new wldn s ma-1
chine, required in every office, store and fae-1
tory: price very lo. Standard Trad, ru' Com
pany. l30Fu::on street. New Vorlt. N V.
A rsi' u jl.r Ar th'I nfli! s, tanrl (w
w Iarrippe wttnovit caoMOg naufva. "
H sVsa, sas si t i r
ft-'. rxy uun L-a "i.
Pice S5c. fent by Hfl bj Dr. B J Kt
r II 1ST. i- 3 iinT M I 33SS1 '
, l ' HJC rtlll .!. VJ Sjrv. v r.
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tfeyE SOLO BY DRU03ISTP- 2033
ferine- women bow to --a-4 'rsr.t dan.aroua
n eieal operation at.d qaaca t-u nert the
American Association of Physicist.s
Baast-cln rsolu ion tu diatrthuu Lnle
ox on fr : ehajSSSS, " Wcrnaahood" ex
Dlaina r II SSMSSSS atd lrrecxltrhles pecaliar to,
aoniac s:., -i be.t method of home treat
ment. sct free fur Mm: to paj poatag.
AddrrM lannr Keadall.
lilS Norm 2Sth St . south ' hnaha . If eh .
Ladies who value
a refined complexion mnat uae Pnmni'i
u produce eon and bnwUraJ
v t t rry
Spot Cash Dspartment
We are like thousands of tbe
people, we are oblige 1 to hustle for
a living. We nevrr sleep. Always
planning for the wants of the pro
pie. This week we cone to yon
with a new line of Jack eta at leas
thin the cost of production. Ite
meiiilier onr stock is not old
stop-worn Muffsnd tut of date, hut
the lit out, and very stylish and
t-csv garment at remarkable
low prices. Note some of the fol
lowing low cuo:atiom and then in
lct tlii line. We hsve It s. than
2H) garments and every one must
be tunxd it,to money this not''.
b I ire Invoicing.
Cloaks, Jacke's and Capes.
Lot 1 Jacket consisting of Bon
cles. BesvTs. K trsej and Caterplller
Kiuclvs. Tbi senon's stTles mon
a 1 sizes, f'J N, $9.60, 7 60,
Lot I Double Capes, applicaed
velvet trimming, full velvet collar,
military strsp. silk sontaah brsid.
tine beaver, all this teason's styles,
black, navy and brown,
18.25, now $4.26
Lot Consisting of Xerseys.
Cloths, Bouc!e. fancy rough effects,
quarter ilk faced and foil silk lioed,
all tbe seaion's styles, f Id,
$14. 13. Itt, now $7.77
Lot 4 Consisting of all tbe high
art of workmanship that the market
produces, all thi eann's stvlrs
25. $22. $19. $18. vour
Lot 5 Astrakahn tur Cap -, 3j
by l'.'o, full satin lined, bean
tifnl and cnrly. $20. now. . . $11.75
Lot 0 Children's and Miss'
Jackets and long Cloaks, letter
with cape and velvet collar, worth
up to $12. all this season's
styles, your choice $5.00
We have a complete line of Ladies'
Double Texture Mackintosber, navy
and black, detachable cape, plsid
worsted lining, worth 7 60,
nlisses1 end Children's Mackin
toshes withscaps and doable texture
worsted outside, worth $3.60,
We have some good things to show
you this week in fine Crystal Glass
ware. This is not the common
pressed glass, but fine imitation Cut
Glass, plain and engraved. We in.
vite you to look through this line
and compare our prices with those of
Custard Cups, large r-ise. plain.. 3j
Sauce Comports, imitation cat
Lunch Caps, tin top, plain 3c
Cheese Dishes, imitation cut 6c
Honey Dishc. Im'tation cut 6c
Celery Stands, fluted tops 6c
Olive Dishes, heart chape 6c
(Hive dishes. large sise ioc
Celery Stand, engraved Kc
Vinegar Crnit. imitation cot. . . lOe
Sait Shakers, p'a'.ed top nc
Pepper Shaker, piated tops 10c
Hundreds of j ist srea birfaies.
bat have not the space to speak cf
IODIC & Mc COMBS
TDF. BEST AND BUilESTsTOKS.
Oar prices on Blankets slashed tight
and left Come and fret posted
on quality and price. J
When you want
aaaajBj , jPSm LVay
m r ' a
114 W. Sewsjiiteeiith St.
New Pictura Mouldings Just in.
l dams Wall Paper Co
The lowest pricf for tht qia ity in all 1 neei
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8EIVER8 cV ANDER V v
CONTRACTOKS amd BUI DERS.
OSJee aed Hhno 7fl Twelfth
PARIDON A SOTV
Painters and Decorators
PAFIR HAV0SB8. 0ALB01fL2IA. tto.
Shop 41Q S'-tc;ntfrnth street.
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T a i.
Omu Tm Burnt taw Maw r
Insurance and Loans
Soots 4, Mitchell A Lr4e I'tig.
Sa jJSj rt. ' .See eHBb B
A suit that will be a fcummer
for st)te. fit aad workmao
hlp. Dorn's it the p'ace to
buy. He is up to the time,
knows whetc to buy the fab
rics at the right prices and
how to cut them to a stylish fit.
Mis suits and top and heavy
overcoats are what dressy men
are looking for. In making up
he leads them all, and you set
your moot y's worth in trimmings.
Don't forget to look at Dorn's
line before you order.
... ' "V .
IS predicted Toe will have
tl ouble if the fii' at"
in a w-iil i i. i .tu i..n Itettei
l t n f nd out for vou. A
JiUi f : ntiin i rneril in t.nu
will no eti1 rif I it her
ea4 mam i y. UmbH nrmit mm
til it a ti n late Drop u
polal and 'i be around
;n the uirirmng.
Ti.KMS Mi.HEB.lTE, Wbl.
Vivar a. rtmtnvm
ClocJc Clearing Time
: r er and ; on will want
that time pie 3. cleaned and
f at in bert so that Ton ran
be n or nnnetual during tbe
- ;i. itir; : f'nr facilities
tan I; in this work are
ih ist. t msk. a pr i,l
ffort to do t i.lertory wort
a- ! wc reldom fell.
Clocks Called for and Oilivin.
All joe ned to do is drop
se posts) eed tour does:
will be crlled fur end re
torted to Ton in good order.
Woiti&D, the Jeweler.
'4 Second Ave.