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REASONS FOR USIRG , - -
Walter Baker & Co.'s
V Because it is absolutely pure.
Z Because It Is not mack by the so-called Dutch Process in
which chemieals are used.
3. Because beans of the finest quality art used.
4. Because it is madj by a method which preserves unimpaired
the exquisite natural flavor and odor of the beans.
5- Because it is the most economical, costing" less than one cent
-'-Cup.' ; - - . . i -i..'-''-
Be sore that yea fct tbe mln article state by WALTER
BAKER A CO. Ltd.. Porch.our. Staas. EsUMMm 17M.
A limited namber of Ladles'
Rambler, newly made Bicy
Tin Best Vhial in tba
Call and examine them at
Bennett's Glove Store.
SOME SHORT STORIES.
An uptown lady looked the rear
door of her borne. Impacted the
eoreena to eee that they were eeenre.
end then repaired to the front porch
to await the home coming ' of ber
husbsnd, who ie employed in one of
the city's bueineas hbutee.
It we a very warm evening. The
lady left the front door ajar.
Suddenly the door, whioh baa a
spring lock, abut. The key waa
hanging op inside.
Mra. i aat dumbfounded.
Burglara were In the boute, the
thought. Would ahe scream and,
alarm the aeighbereP
Then ahe heard jVihutter at the
rear of the boute alam. That wat
eauaed by a gust of wind, which bad
made tbe duat ia the etreet dance,
ahe concluded, lira. la not a
woman who ia easily frightened, bat
when tho thought of her home being
Invaded by burglara came over her
she began to ahiver.
She waited patiently and bravely.
Why didn't her husband come. She
beard the arsenal bell etrlke 10.
Mr. carried a night key, but
be waa not In the bablt of staying
out after 9 o'olook.
The longer Mrs.
in loneliness and
ahe grew. She
Anally dee'.ded to go ia search of her
husband. She paced np and down
in front of the house awhile. Mrs.
only bad on a wrapper, but
she argued to herself that no one
would think ber rude for walking
through the town in that costume It
they knew ber predieamont. V
So away ahe vent. But she did
not have to go far before she met
her husband. She rushed np to bim
"There are robbera In the house,"
vY-h-a-l!" be exclaimed. Ha be
gan to get nervous. Bis wife ad-
vised bim to get a policeman, bat he
eaid nay. lie would enter tbe house,
robbere or no robbers. He began to
get brave. But aa be aaeended tbe
etepe leading to the porch he almost
suocamnea to nervoue prostration.
His wife bad bold of bla coat tail.
She waa trembling with fear and waa
admoniahlag him not to enter tbe
bouse. He removed hie hat, eoat
and cuffs, and plaoiag the key ia tbe
note, tiowiy turnea it.
The door waa opened. They
listened, tbo snuiters on the rear
window rattled. They shivered. Be
lighted a match and walked into tbe
dining room. Everything waa la Ita
proper place, xne parlor and
kitchen were explored. Tbe burg,
lara mutt be ap etaira, they eaid,
Mr. would sot venture to tbe
So they lighted a lamp aad sat up
natil 3 a. m. llateniag tor noleee ap
stairs aad bopiag the barriers
would become frightened and jump
irom an upper winaow.
lie reposed on the eofe, while
ehe eat on a chair. At S they were
both sound asleep. They awoke
The affair waa discussed at the
breakfast table. Mra told her
busband about the wind canning the
ouaae to eiam.
Why that's what cloeed tbe
aoor." ae eaid. "way aiaa't yoa
' sew me last aigatr-
Thea be figured oat to bis wife
bow the wind whlaaed through the
screen at tbe rear aad took tbe route
via tho dining room aad hallway.
and collided with the door, which
gave way to Us pressure.
' Of coarse the versatile Thomas
was the originator aad perpetrator
of It. It wee a practical joke aad it
worked like a charm. Maj. C W.
Market fcr tin Caj
Bawes was the viotlm. There were
present In addition to the party of
sue nrst part, inomaa ana tne party
oi tne second part, tne major,
General Attorney J. G. Johnson, of
the Modern Woodmen, and of
oouree P. J. Cary. The suave
Thomas atood with bis bead on one
of the fauoeta of bis soda fountain.
Be bad just asked, "what are yoa go
ing to never . au arouna ana bad
reeebed tbe major. That eentleman
waa buay with bie thinker at that
particular moment, aa he baa been
pretty eenetantlr alnee thet last
matter-in-ehancery lnjunotioa waa
aerveaen mm oy nis irienas, tbe
"Oh give me whet the rest or
dered," wee the major'a response.
Then Thomas wiaked at the rest,
Be went to work. Be prepared tbe
major a ugat coiorea oonooouen and
put la a straw. After tbe major had
imbibed for some moments, Thomas
interrupted with tbe query, "how de
yon uae tnat anna, major r
"wen. i wae juat trying to make
out bowl did like it, lift waa not
for my eoafldenoe in your ability as
a compounaer ana dispenser extend
ing over a quarter of a century to
my absolute knowledge, I would tell
you that it la pretty thin; In fact.
I might go farther and tell yon that
it isn't wertn a aero. But want is
the aame of it, please f
wny.it is a raiton phosphate,"
was tne rejoiaaer from behind the
counter, and then the laugh -weat
The ingredients of the maior's
drink consisted of river water, a
chunk of loe and a single drop of
Xhen the maior aet 'em np.
A Bock Island business man came
to the poliee station the other day
aad iaqaired for Chief Sexton.
tie waa informed that that rentle-
maa bad not been at tbe bead of the
department for two years past.
rreu, ru do aaraea," be eaid
"that shows hew well I'm posted on
several reeiaente on fourth arc
ane, who were ap at S o'clock ' tbe
other morning, will ewear on a stack
or biDiee that they eew a man wear
ing only a night shirt, riding
down tho thoroughfare oa
bike. Aad they say they knew
wao ae waa. it waa exceed'
ingly warm, and ho was evl
deatly out f or the purpose of leg
ging a lew aopayre oeiore uia sol
reportea tor aaty.
Be rang for oeatraL It was tea
minutes, anyway, before a gentle
voice at tao Keyboard aaaweroa.
"uive mo no. ho naked.
Ho waited aatil his knees nearly
gave oat, ana waa coaaideriaer
idea to pall ap a etool aad ait down.
waoa oeatrai eat ia agala with bar
"Now central." bo bona, "will
yoa be eo "
"Be quick," aha interposed. "I'm
ia a uarry.
Of coarse be had time to barn.
Moot every basinese man can juat aa
weu pat ia a a an a a ay trying to
e a a a m a. " -
p someone oy teiepaoae. no juat
aaa oae at ate omoo ior amaseme
That being tho eaee aad certainly
it seems to bo tho girls at oeatrai
shoald be' more sociable; thea tho
company should provide each tele
phone with aa easy chair aad ar
range a root for tho patroa'e arm, eo
that be won't tire oat holding tao re-
B a a- .
wnw every time aa oaeo it.
Jalv SI aad 22. tha C BL I. A P.
railway will cell reoad trip ties
ravoicago ior 000 tare, sotmra
Unit Jalj 24.
HEAD OF THE COPS.
John H. Pender a Product of
HAS AT UTESESTIIQ 0AXEE2.
OHS H. PKBOEB, the head
of tho poliee department,
la a native of Bock Ialaad.
Be ' waa born March SI.
1864. When U yeara of
ago be entered the employ -of the
Chicago. Bock Island ft Pacific Bail.
way company, uio nrst job waa as
switch tender. After eerving a year
ia this capacity ae took a posittoa ae
brakemaaw running between r aorta
uao year oa tao road sauaoed him
that tho life of a brakeman waa not
as smooth aad pleasaat ae it might
do, aaa aa re-
tamed to the
hie ability and
habit a wore
alaed , by tho
ho wee ele
vated to the
ship ia the low
er yarde. He
remained ia this capacity natil
was appointed .eaiei of polloo
Mayor Med ill last Mot. He waa bob
sidered by the railroad oompany aa
one oi its most valuable employee.
aiways nut popular with hit enperi
ore aad fellow workmea.
Ae ehiet of police Mr. Peader ia
maaiag an excellent reoord for him'
eelf and hia department, He baa 14
men under bim. The beat of disci
pline ia maintaioed and the officers.
through... the -instruction of their
oaier, work band ia band aad ahonl-
dor to ahoulder. alwaye keeping a
watoniai eye on those who seek , to
diatom the peace aad dignity of our
jne autiea el chief of palico are
varied and aaoh aa to bo vary trying
oa a man not poasessed of more than
ordinary judgment, patience and in
telligence, unlet render has shown
hintacu tobe amply cantoned with
these qualifications, and all othere
wniob contribute to the makine of
an saeai emoer aaa abler,
To AatbUSaaa Toaaa Btaa aad Waam
What It Ia, and What It Isn't." la
the title of a little booklet whioh
will be headed yoa before the open'
ing of Angaetaun Baaiaeae College
next September. It describee the
wonderful invention of Mr. Sadler.
The Budget bvetemof Bookkeep
ing," whieh will constitute oar
course . ia , bookkeeping -and office
practice next year. Our laet year'a
ainaenta can ten you more about
the working of the system.
ma yoa . look over oar free lec
ture coarse, described in oar annual
annoanomentP It is a new depart-
are ior tao coming year. Prominent
. . .
and eaceeeef al baueese men. lawyers
ana proieeeioaai men from tbe three
cities ore on the list of speakers. The
coarse win no positively free to any-
Prof. J. A. Bexell has written
little- book entitled "152 Mathemati
eel Bules, Alphabetically Arranged."
ioucaobave a oopy lor nothing if
yoa send five oente for mailing.
ii oar annual announcement it
not handed yon, - please drop ae
postal aad we will mail yoa one. It
tone au about tho ooarsea aad terms
Address Dr. O. Olssoit. Preeideut.
BILLY TRAINING DOWN
bate Wttata Twa F
Billy Lambert, whoso fight with
Ed Saatry comes off a week hence,
baa changed hia training quartera
from Tellowetono camp to the Dav
enport Mile track, where he will re
main - aatil ho ie ia readiness to go
into the ring. He ie succeeding ia
reducing hie weight and ie now down
to within two pounds of tho 1SS
ponnde required by Sentry ia the
article a. L.amDert e tar tea ia at 148
Kands. Bo is now tipping the
am at 1S6, having shaken off IS
pounds already. There is no super
fluous tissue about him bow, bo that
the last two pounds will come hard.
It will , bo reduced by rubbing, for
tbe greater part. Lambert says he Ie
saro of. winning the match. Tri-city
sports who have seen them both in
tbe ring with other men say it ia go
lag to be a good contest, aad there
ia no small amount of interest over
u yoa want to quit tobacoo sunag
easily aad forever, bo made well,
strong, anogaetie, rail of new life aad
vigor, take Ho-To-Bae. tho wonder
worker that atakee weak saca atroi
amaay gala tea ponnat ia aaa oaya.
Over 430.000 cored, ; Boy STo-To-fiae
from yomr own draggles, who will
guarantee a ooro. Bookless aad si
pte stalled (too, Addrea Starliac
sf saaeay oomaaay. uioago or aew
Foler'e Hobot . aad Tar ia sraar-
anteed to give prompt relief ia all
oasea of asthma. Do aot claw thie
with other aaedlelaee that have
failed to give relief. Giro it a trial.
Sold bj H P. BahaseaaadT.
aaiat annus staa wa Bar e is s
The following wore appointed
jodgea of electloa for 'the eaaalag
year by tho board of supervitors
Lkrdova Cbariee uoorge, Kugoae
HakcJoaaEgo. c r-,
Coo S. L. wood ban, K. C. Dona-
boo, Joseph MoConaelL - .
' tjaooe ureoK ttyraa tkenaau. k.
B. HiU, M. Gorkardt. . , .
Znma WUliam VUbort, j David
Setser. Joha O'Hara. - - . .
Port Byron S. J. Maxwell. C. 8.
Boat. Hoary Tomer. .
Hamptoa First precinot. WUliam
Edelmaa, Pool Mohr, George Me.
BTeal; aecond prednet, A. B. .Carey,
A. O'Brien, aoob Warner; third
preciact, Peter MeCarl, Irwia Cox,
Boath Moline First preciact, J.
A. Thornton, B. A. -Smith.. L. O.
Jahns; second precinct, John A. Lun-
daal, Aadrew XI el too. T. Jamieeea.
Molina First ward, first preoinot.
C G. Thalia, Bonry Selmar. L. L.
mcuoy; aeoona precinct. Mala neroe.
NatMunson, Charles. PahL Second
word, first precinct, A. F. Vinton,
Charles . Croats, Charloa Battlea;
aecond preoinot. J. A. Johnaon, H.
H. Parka, Peter Gailfoyla. Third
ward, first preciact,, Al via Aadereoa.
Joha N. Elmatedt, C. C Waters;
seeona precinct, li. 11. Ford, J. C
Kiel, Denton lie vis. Fourth ward,
first precinct, D. 6. Beid, C- F.
Graata, L. P. Nelson; second preoinot,
wuuaa ciendenin, C A. Barnard.
A. C. Woodyatt. Fifth ward, firtt
precinct. Jacob Pierman, Leroy Vin
ton, G. W. Johnson; second precinct.
Horace Anderson, Charles Holmgren.
onn uarey. uixtb ward, nrst pre
cinct, F. A. Johnaon. George Leh.
man, Joha Wynni aecond precinct.
I. A. Miateer, James Hat son, John
Sandmark. Seventh ward. Chariot
BodeliBB, J. W. Long, Charles Prues-
Book Ialaad First ward, first pre-
ciaot, J. F. Bodges, Augast Sehnert.
jr., .awara tsurriu; aecond preoinot.
Charles Eogel, William Zeis, Thomas
Byrnes. Second ward, rirat preoinot.
Henry Kinner, William GuldentODf.
M. A. Bolander; aecond precinct, W,
i Diicnoia, wuiitm Kckermann, H.
H." Lohae. Third ward, first pre
cinct,J. O. Freed, G. W. Henry,
William Bamskill; aeooad precinct.
wiiiiem tunck, 4. u. Uddera, P. J.
Lee. Foarth ward, first preciact.
D. B. Shaw, C C. Taylor. Charles
Bxner; second preoinot, Charles Fie
big, Charles Thompson, J. H. Liedtke.
Fifth ward, first precinct, J. L. Free
man, j onn .Aiorecht, c a. Knox;
second prteinct. H. H. doavelaad.
J. T. Stafford. C. Jensen. Sixth
ward, firat preeiaot, Frei -SlberlUg.
T. B. Dolly. Barman Detjens; second
preoinot. -u. - K. - uramer, W. P.
Oaavle. Pat Kannedv. Rnuili
ward, first precinct. Henry Holland.
John Tram ana, A. C. - Petersen; sec
ond precinct. Edwin Ward, F. M.
Sinnet, W. J. Gamble.
South Bock Ialaad Corneliue Dob
ovaa, Jacob Brachmann, Aadrew
Black Hawk J. FUspatrick. T
M. Matthews, W. B Brown.
Coal Valley T. B. Lees. WUliam
Adams, Jamea Callahan.
Bural J. M. Hutehinaon. B ..hard
uonaldeen, W. J. CaldwelL
Bowling J. W. Betty. Edward
Daxon, Jr., Jamee Clarke.
Edgington Firet precinct. WUlinm
Miller, A. Seaver, Joha Shehan; see
ona precinct, W. G. Davie, William
SJbriver, James Tenable.
Andalusia J. G. Brittoa. Robert
Brnsso. Robert Thompson.
Bnffalo Prairie J. B. Tittennetoa
G. M. Patterson. John Drurr. -
viutj neroin ana Mewes, Ubester
omitb, John G. Powell.
George Britton. Andalusia; Joha
S. Brnner. Edgington. aad Joha Me-
Adam, of Beynolde, were eleeted toll
road Inapeetors for Bock 1 Island
county ior three years.
'I Wbrhta, Days
Awatttbtiaeaawtit tattter wae iieitt to Hot-
tottcrt Btoaach Btttera. That tblt bnaltstal
cordial aad Sepanaa Is afar aat laliable m-
dy taan ealcaieaa aad otaar aouaat awd to
fol ttM rheuaatle was ftow tbo blood. Is e fort
u also niurm tho adioatato ot balar aaHk.
itoai mtoctlyoafo. Wttbawar
UlaarodlopotlUoato raotmattaa etlota,wU.h
raadoia tkoa liahlt to Itt attacta after cxptaare
to wot wootaar. to eanoato of air, rbtaeot of
toaipoialiuo.or to ooM whoa the hod M hot,
eaee tecatat shoaM toko a via. tlast or two of
the Bittern aa aooa at potstbloaftor totwrtoa
risk tfoai tha ahirt raw. as this oapcrh sootoo-
nro oaoctsalljr aalliSos tho hartfal toAi
For tkt luctloMl
at colic, op t at tho
Iks heart, keeerf set di-
M also a as
to oat a wah aoajtsUacr
Try Alloa's Beit Bail
A powder to be ehakea into the
shoes. At this season your feet feel
ewoUen aad hot, aad get tired , easily-
If yon have emarting feet or
tight ahoee, try Allea'e Foot-Kaee.
It cools the feet and makes walking
eaay. Curea aad prevents awooloa
aad sweeting fact, bllstara aad eaL
lone apota. Believeo coma aad baa
ioaa ot all paia aad gives rest aad
comtort.' Try it today. Sold by ell
druggists asm shoo stores for 16
eeata. Trial paekagoa Free. Ad.
Trial paekageo Free.
S Olmsted. Lo Boy,
Notier is hereby given that the an
nual mcetiag of tbo stookkolders of
the Black Hawk Hoateeteed tteileW
ft Saviag assccUUoa wUl bo
at tbo secretary 'e ofloo, la
stem bloek. Kaek IalaaA. m am
Taajaday eveais-r. Jaly tX 1CT7. at
o'clock. H.P. Mack. rteeHeat I
QT. J. IfKPtu, J a., tsarotary.
otaaaok, talpttBUooof I
foOoa, ote-tho Bittan
FABKS AHD PHOIoT.
Pecuniary Benefit Attached to
aXSULTS CF K7C3 gT!Ty"?
ABKS aad boalevardi
have provaa a profitable
iaveatsaoat where , a
adopted. Tao penaalary profit so
eorroandiag property - bee olweje
Clearly aemoaatrated. There
are at head soma oltattoaa from tao
report ot the park eommlssloaere of
kittes ooaaty, . 4., . waieb are po-
oaUariy perUnoat to tbo diaoaastoa
waiea is goiag oa la aook ialaad aad
Moliao at the preaeat time. " Mow
Tork City, tor inttanoe, with Ita
magnlfiooat Central park. Is a good
example, if tbo profit , aad practiea-
autty oi park proiecie is properly
carried . oat. - Ia IMS the assessed
aloatioa of tho throe warde adjoin
ing the park waa 20.4J9.8M. In
187S It bad taeroaeed to fSSS.OSl.SlA,
a gain U 17 years ot tzla.6ol.SaO.
Tho . natural . average iaorease of
three other warde ia tho city, wbea
all the warde bad beea averaged,
was 163.000,000, making tbo earning
capacity of the park for tkat period
l8S.C81.Slo. Ia Brooklya. - la 18S4.
when Proepeet park, - with ita SIS
ot land, waa acq aired, tho ae-
aessed valuatiou of tbe three aoigb-
l I m a. a met r -
ooriuK waras waa i,av,e9, aaa at
tho end ot throe -yeara tho valaatioa
baa naen so per cent, or over
$7,000,000, whioh. by tbo way. wta
twice toe cost oi . the una whioh had
x be eleventh annual report -of the
park oom mission of Boa ton ooatalas
a comprehensive aad exhauative ex
aiDit-oi tao laoroaeo of valuetioa re
sulting from the "Back Bay" ia
provement. It ahowe an iaoreaae of
value from 1877 to 18S5 of fll.SSS,
449, aad aa iaorease ot revenue of
S16S.77S. . The valae -of aew build
ing! erected upon thin territory ia
the aame period wae I9.9SS.900 from
whioh ia 1886 tba city derived aa in
come of 1197.960. making a total ia.
oreaaed revenue of taxes (ead oorree-
oonatng value of landl of B2M0.7S4.
In Brookline, Mass.. a town of 13,000
inhabitants, tbe pecuniary advan
tages of parks as baa beea apokea of
oy tee secretary oi too park board
ia tan towa: ueacoa etreet wae
wideaed into a parkwav at a eoat of
S616.000. In aix yeara the lucre
ia aaseeaed valnea of lead oa aeh
aide of the atreet, throughout its en
ure length, ana for aa approximate
instance oi oniy oou saea irom tb4
eiae line, ts 04,330.400. with bo al
lowanee for any iaoreaae ia persoaal
estate inotaenta thereto. The
eon parkwav- la. therefore: pavlar
for itaelf long before ita moat aaaloue
advoeatBB thought it would, aad la a
atriking proof that well eoaeidered
piaos ior largo pabUe improvements
ot this kind arc profitable venturst."
A rreawbts lavatttMBt.
- These facta are beooatioc more evi
deat every year, aad bla la lata mea-
eege to tbe legltlature. Oov. Werta.
of New Jereey, thua ably epitomises
them: "The Betting aside of tracts
cf lend for poblio parka as olaoea
for public recreation, rest aad enjoy
ment, hae come to be regarded ae a
necessity rather uaa mereooa
venieace. They ooadnco to tho pah
lie health, promote the general
nappiaeea aaa eaeourage eitiaenahip.
as paouc laveatmoau they are ro-
muaerauve aad profiUble. Exoeii
enes baa proved that tho Increased
valaatioa ia tba oloiaity of a well
reguiatea pars win aooa more thaa
pay coat ot tho original Investment.
This subject has already received
considerable attention ia this state.
The last legislature passed eoeoral
acta recognising tho value of oablie
parks and providing for their origin
al creation or extenetoa where al
Deal's bte Snaa,
He baa a bad attach- f Mll mmA
maklag for a drag a to re for a bottle
r.t S.l..t. lf .1 .
m vu nn, M vesta BBM1
SOooota. Sold hyM.F.BaaaB and
x. ta. xBomaa. oragguu.
Jatt trv a 10 etmt hn of OuMMb.
tbe finett Uver and bowel regulator
Is canted by Uric Acid and other im
parities lingering fa tbe blood, which
have not beea altered oat by the Kid
neys through the nrine. The eeet ef
the trouble U not la the akin or moa
elea. It'a sick Kidneye. Electricity,
BtstsMStcm.es Bf piUlswrsj will nul rMCll
caae. Bat the diinn cu b
I have beea traahtei with rhoasaatta
eeverelieeta. Have beea Beated ay pttr-
'"a r sba snim wltheat
wrfaiatt itjnec. I wee meotes by read
faC rear edi wow itai. at bay e hea e Dr.
u. bmowb, aaa BeSore n
K work is a plsasaxe toatsad tCaeat
loweaeute yovkldaey alila. Ajmant
THX CSXAPE3T PLAC3 TO BUT
FURNITURE AND CARPETS
That Is what evtjgjODe says when they
lock over oar stock and get prices. They
; go hone f eellnj satined, and comeback
again kod buy more.
OPEN EVERY SATURDAY EVENINGS
U7. S. HOLBROOKE
Always tbo oboe pest oa everything. Call
aad bo eoariaeed.
10S. 108, 107 East Seooad Street.
"A HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY BE A HOUSE
UL OF SHAME." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
BTotleo of final BetUement
btatb or tujaoia,
To all potooM lalarootod:
Tshe aotteo aat laa iiImUmI ttahWi..
trteof tho nam of oaaB- Hatala. Iiimil.
wt'i oa la 10th eoy of Jaly aoat, proooM am
Saal eoatoaMat as each adntatrtUatfli toHia
oo.rt for aoprral oat prey aa order tor too Slo-
insaim w tao BMsjsrs m acr asats aanee too
tnMHoaertao awaayslahcr heads aeneca
endltors ot tha osld estate; ertoa oadaoi
yea war oppoar aad eejoet to osld 111 las I
viiiii t. Boeownt. Adi
, i - i a.
at bn " -- Mo.
Iho ooaaty ef Boca Ialaad. ataia at lutmaia. 4
0OMd, horsey Bloat aaUso tkat ho will m
oataro too eseaqr ooart ef Beek ' I
ty, at too ooerto eoait la
etty.of Boek fciasd. at ate Aatet km
Bearstmaisy m Aeraot. eoat. at watch
01 nim ,f!j,TmSiiTttl
eryaosoa oomsej eo
d to IMt
voted ttBt Tto day ef Jeao. A.B.tSST.
ato ef too enahty ef Bock lslaae, slat
will eyeoerhefort fee eseatyceertef
ooaaty. at too eeeety ooart rooat Is
ettr of Book Ulead, ot toe Btoatn amt
too Bret Boeder la Soptootoer asst. at which
Dated fata Sd day ef Jsly S. IstT
uBosoa a. BwaaoBB. ae
Swanir a viuu, Atieraoya.
Notloe to Contractors.
aoslod jiritnuai wlU be rooolood st toeetty
etna's eaVw. Soak bleed. aaUl oaday. Jaif
Csitioaiisis sidsist' by eoatoaaeas
BUod w follows: esatoaaoso ea-
Aaarejaaacafertoo lai lal of tmnb
h toe Mr of Moot ailsad. elato of till.
seakfiea the eoat Uae ef Twolfta ttajot to lbs
Aad tor fatBMj'eacea toe sir hsb) tad eXaf
tos work oocordlae; to ploea sad nitiotisljiisi
Bleak Mas win ho ferelohed ea aootleatJos.
BBOh bid BOM W - - ant MIU
caeca kt tot oaa of are haaared (stttl OoHeis
eBaaBeBoet lilnl teak, aoyshlo to too orew
. aisj or osae enp. weiea enan asonsit
toifotted io sold ear to ease too htSor ahaU foO
mm woiiu, wsbbi tea t) ear. or
the ewsrdlaa at said t tract, vtih aaai.i
mmtm wmm were for lea pnoo sbob
atd ead aesoretoyattoopitai nl
brktoMrwbS werh to tobs fmmmm bvnoaaaoa
to too weak meet eafiwjpaad wtab tha earapletto
fsslod I ill ii i all i win be stattoed at the ewy
tloj !. beck Irttsd. eedl Haiti i. Jaly
aewtoh-eef Tktrat mi.- arttsi to toe
I H Nl ef
mmk kwef raa-d aoo
- te few ' BitHitaBP miaat ted daaw
fe wmpmm. -m topWe tad ofeerfSjOMtaatoe
to at a f o
: eo t
BBMd to -m era ef ae
k-4 lk i d or s e od
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if b"? ifs" Y r r " "aM 1? m"
torUtiod to srd opv pi e reoriojaid
toattort e soouaoi w--ola (r 4 mmm efwr
toeeea C e mA e- V -ib pa lid
- S I
aeaaotaelrsteiitittoeBead. for the pert aw
of bastec too saaw stjestsd.
" r " i r in annus
-aa utiiimw for tao imtitotsmtef liotnth
eveaaetatos any ef Bock taleae. aMsoef UB
aois,froaitoe east Hae ef Twos It falat atreet
ta raoa-M Umm iinn.- -
mi!i!i u rTtT.Tr
It Spis for IM
Oar amsk ot wan paper lomti
aaoatao naaeb toft, eravleefi yea
at get yea to come eroaad sad ttok
cbaato prove the eniilli ett and
prlee of oar parsena, which Bpoak
for fiatattelveB." Cat priem aow
aa au wall :
Ux ra P:;:r Cj.
S10. 119. S14 Tweatletk St.
Q SL'CLE A SeOLE
I1F saUsfaetioB aad delight.
w aa every saaa dooo. whoa
ws deliver his work, for It ts
always laaadried So salt Bis
Boyal Kibe. Tea ooa have
yearo the eameby eeadleg It
arr tbb best
lfOt TKIXD ATCSU1
ere the ocst tztzl cFTLj
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
l GUARANTEED remedy
w messy trfundsd. Con-
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