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VOL. ZLV. SO. 235 BOCS IBLAITD, ILL. MONDAY. JULY S3 lt7. ' PEIC3 T rrH
If III mil . i - i " " 1 1 m MMMlMi
nil HI I II Ell ' i il I II 1 MIIFI r IJIU LEGISLATION.
nil m JUtlU I tUit fMIIl
Courts Drajgd into the
Great Miners' Strike.
WRIT IN WEST VIRGINIA.
Restraining Debs From Inter
fering With the Men.
Miscellaneous Late News of
the Day by Wire.
Fairmont. W. Va., July 5C To
day the Mjr.ong.h Coal company,
Senator Camden's plant, and the
est Yatrtnont Coal company, ex
ov. Flemings' plant, pot ont an in
junction restraining Engine V. Iebs
ad others from icterfcrio? with
Today the prf st brak among the
julara was Uil'.td to take plsce.
iOi and HJaione have pone to
Vhcelln(; ntl are to', expected to re
turn. All depends on the action of
tfce executive! boards of the labor
organizations a1. Whet-ling tomorrow.
J'his nurnii x the men at Hutchinson
aid l.uth'.r j-.ined the strikers, but
d. foor Wanon ruinm still hold out.
rimhnrjr, Ju'y SO. A criiij is
pindir jr in ilmci al mine situation
this wetlc. This is foncedod on all
irlca. The arbitration commission
era feel rop.ul that they will bring
fchont in Init'ativo settlement at the
meet tag Taosi'ny. Tho miners' ofM
claU rlsiut to hire a:!optl measures
to in.iko & complete tir.-np. Koport.
from thi toko regions indicate that
tb r-oktr are not likely to come out.
Alhla, Iowa, Jnly 26 Nine mines
adjacent to Albta are working
fail time. The miners say theT will
not jiin the strikers.
HTr Him H'nniplng'.
New York. July 20 a repetition
neenrred today of the recent alratfst
daily occurrence rf a new low ree
o.d for iivtr. V..r kilvcr and Mexi
can dollars arc down a quarter of a
rent, to tO and 4t cents, laspactively,
in sympathy with V19 decline In Lon
den. lw 1l II li a Inta Kffae.
Washington, July 2C. The troas
ry department hits decided that the
new tariff Mil went into effeatat
midnight Frilnr, July 2i. The
icrapttoilar ef tlit enrreaey has is
sued a call nn a'l national banrs for
f report if the erudition July MS.
l'vlaar f'ap.r C.inixn' Mill UeatroTacl.
Kaukanna, Y,U, July if Thu
Br.ilger Taper company mill was
aTmiiSt entirely ilestrr.jf cl by fire
'this reornirjj." Tho lo.s in "abnut
' f J7S.IU0. Tte icsnranco is $200,000.
Falrmncnt Minus RaparKd Oat.
Columbus. Ohio, July 26 Ma
hone wires Present Kttcbford that
between o COO ar.s 6.100 mleers are
out at Fairmmt mil victory is wan.
The X' W Cnmptretlar.
WashinMnn, JuTt V6. It is under
cut d tlist K -licrt'j. Trace-rell, of
Indiana, bns been itlicud for comp
lr!'.cr ct ihe treosnry.
ilmuc 1 t
Mayor - :t
- .u ;;:! at Tttrl-.E. M
. V.. i-.u;;M fire nril wim
th.- .'Mint i f at fin JA'O.iH'n.
f v. v. ! k. wsho was
b"-.l .1 .i..ro'.v e-mpo.
..:.:..! Z .'.f t .-!!. Of
i:i in t:. i-. y
At n i
linnUxa ( i I
l lot v....i
fin, vt l'h.
!', " l;it vt-txk lit
' '. I ! 'v'l f..r a sin-vv-:
' .. I.. Jwlih-
: r I . "1; irn.J asi j liy
Any oao wbn MiJTiri from that trr
r'.bla plsao, I-.oiiM K- Piles, or from
tc.eni ill up n-iiate the i aimed -lute
relief and pcrmaucnt euro that
nmea tLroufli the uso of D.ian'
IMntment. It novi.r fsils. Free
fsmplcs at Mir!lia!l N: 1'isher's July
i 15 to Niagara Falls and return
via K. I. &"V. railway Wcdoosdav,
Win tasttM rn a Fmall pirj-o f
In-ml, vith anpcf cbffi-, litwctti
.inipl-.fl, to itwure au uuprsjudiiyd ta.s?.
Koyal makes thf food rare,
w taateaaoia and dclkiova.
rhcla Sam Ma, Sooa Have an Armor Plate
Mant of His Own.
Washington, July 2fl.-The most im
portant -piece of legislation, outside of
the tariff blU. -enacted by congress at
the extra' svsslon was the amendment
to the general deficiency UU, limiting
the cost 9t arm- tlate for the three
new battl-hils to $300 per ton. In cas
the awrctary of the navy should find It
Imrmsslble to make contracts for armor
Within ttie price fixed he was authorized
by this provision to take steps to es
tablish a government armor plate fac
tory of sufficient capacity to make the
In executing this authority he must
Prepare a description and plans and
Specifications of the land, buildings and
machinery suitable for Hie factory, ad
vertise for iK-oposals and report to con
gress at its next session. In open ses
sion after much debate the senate
passed the Cuban belligerency resolu
tion; a bankruptcy bill including both
voluntary and involuntary features,
and the free homes bill. Rut none of
these Important questions received con
sideration in the house.
CHAIRMEN OF COMMITTEES
A. Named by Speaker Keed Jnt Before
the Adjournment of the Booh.
Washington, July 28. The chairmen
of the most Important committees as
named by Speaker Used Saturday nieht
are as follows: Foreign affairs, Hitt cf
lllino!9;apprcpriations,Cannca of Illinois;
Judiciary, Henderson of Iowa; banking
and ousrency, Walker of Iarachusets;
coinage, etc., C. Ptcne of Pennsyl
vania; laterstate and foreign ccmnferce,
Hepburn of Iowa; rivers and harbors,
Jlooki-r of New York; agriculture,
Wadswosth cf Xew York; military af
fairs, Hull cf Iowa; r.avul affairs, Bnu
tflle cf Jtain; vopti.fllct- etc.. I,oudct
California: put lie lar.ds, Itcry cf Iowa;
Indian affairs, Fhrrrran cf New York;
tcrritori. s. Krxx f Mas?achustts; I'a
ciqc railways. Powers ct Vermont; in
valid p r.sions, Kay cf X- York: im
migration, etc., J,'arf rd. of pr; laa- r,
Oardr-er cf Now Jij;iy; rrLuia. iiar'j
of Illinois: manufactures. Fails cf Indiana-;
pcnsifT.s, I.ouih'ns!agher of N:-w
Jersey; civil st-i vii e reform, Drrius of
Knius Nominal ionsTliut tailed.
W'ashir.gtui:, July 26. The fcllcwlng
among ether rr rrir.atlors failed cf crn
flnnation by the s-r.nf: Ttrer.cc V.
Powderly. cf Prr.r.ylvar ia. to ! crm
mlssloner of Immigration; Charles S. Mc
Nihois, cf Momerct, Ills., f be agtr.t
for the Infiars of the C'( lcra.i rivr
atrrrcy in Arteua; t-'teplu-n J. I.oHgh
ran. cf Iowa, to be receiver f puPlic
nioof-yp at Ues JToincs. Ia.
BICYCLE InLiOOFRN VAHFAr.E.
C'lte of a Mililnry Kiite nr 2.0;:o M:lrx by
Ft. Louis. July 'C5. I.t?utifr.ar.t Moss
and bid tw nty c-oh.icd ticio.r3 ef iho
Twenty-fifth Unit, d blates infantry, at
o'clat k Saturday afternoon com
pleted thiir 2.i-'.kvmile riJv on bicycU-s
froai Fort iiissouial Mmit. After ci-.-sldAKiblf
delay at-fc't. Charles, twnty
niHis out of tile city, as the result or:
heavy lain storm and bccnuse of th
neeessidy of making n.-eded repairs en
their whev-ls. tlr fl lci-s arrived at th--ir
t. 'tinati'tn bore and Immediately went
Into camp at Fou-st Pa'k. Thom;anda
of ciiihusiastc cyclists wcicointd tl'ini
at the park.
In an Interview Lieutenant Moss said:
'We left Fort Missoula. Mont.. Sunday.
Jui.e 14. intending to cover the 2.'i
miles between there ami St. Louis in
six weeks. We are finishing easily and
in good condition within the proposed
limit. Our trip has been eminently suc
cessful. It is the biggest bicycle tcur
ly an army of organised men oa
record. It has proven ln-yond Tread
venture my contention that the bicycle
has a place In modern warfare."
Aiiotbvr "Sell" fur the it ranger.
Itutler. rnd.. July G. Farmers in Nils
county have been taken In by a clever
swindler, v. ho sold them glnss jars for
Jt-TrO agreeing to purchase butter packed
In them for 25 ceirts a pound. He in
structed firrmers rot to salt the butter,
saying it was to be sold to Jews in t.hi
cast. Se veral of the farmers went out
Mirwuph the country and purchased al
the butter thfy could i;ct. expecting to
realize big returns. The man was to
call fc.r the butter Friday la?-t. but ha
not shown up. He in believed to have
cleared between $.". and ?t. -,.).
Murtlrr r Tirkel Hroker.
St. Louis, July it;. (lenrs- Hermann,
who has charge ef a ticket broke as'
oiTue opposite the I'nion Ktatiin, was
fatally shot last night by a negronam'd
Matthew- Hancock. The Jatter went
into the ticket otlic-e and demanded
money and when it was refused shot
Hermann live times with a revolver.
He was arrested.
Tliwtp Voting Men Mole IVnoL
O.vojMi. Mich., July 26. Hufus Ooit
nrd U li'.jam Kauffman. two young men
cf Perry township, have been arrested
c hargi'd with rtealipR $no pounds of wco!
from the levator at Morris. The thieves
stole team ar.d wagon fram a farmer,
and after leading the wool drove to
Lansing, where they disposed of lt-
''ge Cooley Taken o a Sanitarium.
Arn Arkr. Mich.. July 16. Judge
Tin nim It. Coe'.ey was taken from niia
hrme here this morning to a private san
itarium star Pontine. He is in a very
precarious condition and his physkiins
hive r."ivied his removal from home.
Sir Christopher Vn n, tho architect
cf Ft. Paul's cathedral, London, vras
buried iu that majestic pil-, and the
visitor is c nli-f lit, necl by his epitaph,
thus, "jJi m-muiurntuiu qtra-ris, cir
cum!.pice (If you iu4c for his monu
ment, kxik round).
Three pood washes are rf ceivtil by an
Abyssinian duriup his career at his
birth, on bis Marriage mom aud at his
dc u:b. At ull other times he shuns soap
F.conomy and strength are com
bined ia Hcod'a Sariaparilla. F.very
bottle contains 100 doses a'nd will
a?erage to la.t a month.
WORK IS FINISHED
For Which Congress Was Cn
vened in Extra Session.
TAUTF BILL PASSED ADD A LAW,
HaTiug Promptly Received Ibe Presldeat'a
Approral Vote on the Bill in tue Sen
ate with an AualyxU Thereof Freaident
Tries to Ring ia Seme Extra Work With
ont Talk, bat the t'pper Hon-te Wilt Not
Have It Currency Message.
Washington. July 26. The tariff bill
passed its last legislative stage at 3 p.
m. Saturday when the senate, by the
decisive vote of 40 to 39, agreed to the
conference repsr. on the bill. The an
nouncement of the result waa greeted
with enthusiastic applause by the
crowded chamber. This closed the great
labor for which Ahe Fifty-fifth congress
assembled in extraordinary session, and
after stubborn resistance, at times
threatening a deadlock, the senate con
curred with the house in a resolution
for the final adjournment cf the ses
sion at 9 o'clock Saturday night- The
president's message for a currency com
mission was received by the senate and
referred to the financial committee; the
house bill creating a commission was
How tlu Senators Voted.
The final vote on the tariff conference
report and the bill was as follows:
Yeas Aldrich, Allison, Baker, Bur
rows, Carter, Clark, Davis, Delwe, El
kins, Fairbanks, Foraker, Frye Gal
ringer, Gear, Hale, Hansbrough, Haw
ley. Hoar, Joces tif Nevada. Lodge,
McBride, McEnery, McMillan, Mason,
Morrill, Nelson, Penrose, -Perkins, Piatt
of Connecticut. Piatt of New York,
Pritehard, Trot tor. Quay, Sewell. Shoup,
Spooner, Stewart, Thurston, Warren,
Nays Karon, Bate. Berry. Caffery,
Chilton, Clay, Cockrell. Daniel. Faulk-
Kner, Gorman, Harris. Jonesof Arkansas,
Linds-ay. Maliory. Martin, Mills, Mitch
ell. Mifran, Murphy. Pasco, Pettus,
Roach, Smith, Tillman, Turley, Turner,
Turph?. Vest. Vakhall, White 20.
Paired Chandler with Cannon; Cul
lom with-Gray; Wolcott with George;
Hanna with Kawlms; Wellington with
Mc-Laurin; Mantle with Kenny; 'Wil
son with ITeitfeld 14.
Present and not voting Allen, But- r
lerand Teller. Absent and not paired
Kyle and Pettigrew.
What an Analysdn allows.
.An analysis of the vote shows that
tile affirmative vote was cast by 37 Re
publicans, one IVmoerat rMc-Enery),
one sP.ver Hc-puulican (Jones of Ne
vada), and one P,opulist (Stewart). The
negative vote was oest by 28 Democrats
and 2 Populists'" Harris and Turner.
Teller, silver Repubircan, a'nd'two Pop
ulists, All-n and Butler, were present
and did not vote. One Populist. Kyle,
and one silver Republican (Pettigrew)
were absent without pairs, which waa
equivalent, y withholdjne .their otcv
Katlle Over Final Adjournment.
The opposition endeavored to seore a
point by compellhig a vote on layinir
the president's message before the sen-
me-, ana succeeding In this attacked
the nvajority for refusing to act on the
president's recommendation. The main
desire of those opposing adjournment
was to secure a vote on the Harris
resolution calling on t-het president to
stop the sale of the government inter
ests in the Union Pacific railroad. The
tactics of the opposition were overcome
and shortly before 7 o'clock Morgan
withdrew further opposition and the
resolution for final adjournment wan
passed. Complimentary resolutions to
Vice President Hobart were adopted
and at D " o'clock the final seene was
enacted by the formal adjournment of
FINAL. KKSSION OF THE HOI SE.
Quirk Work on flie Tariff Bill Pith of
the Currency Message.
Washington. July S6. The last session
of the houre Saturday was marked by
many interesting events. In addition
to the final act of the speaker In affixing
bis signature to the Diagley tariff bill.
a bill providing for the creation of a' cur
rency commission was crowded through
in the closing hours and the speraat-ors
who throngtd the galleries were treated
to a continuous, it net very, brilliant,
fusillnde of oratory for several hours.
The house tcck rt-efss until after the
senate had adopted the conference re
port, and one minute and thirty-cne
seccinis after the houce reconvened the
enprosscfd bill was signed and on Hs
way to the president. The demonstra
tions which isarkr-d these events were
spontaneous aud enthusiastic in the ex
treme. The galleries played a significant
part in them. When the president':?
message came in recommending the
creation of a currenc y commis.-ion it was
answered by the Republican leaders
w ith great promptitude.
By means of a s-pec ial order the Stone
bill, introduced some days ago wi'.h the
approval of the administration, was
brought to a vote after an hour's de
bate. Considerable fueling was' mani
fested on both sides. There were some
sharp yechwrges and some binernesa
was display aJ. There was. of ceajrse,
Ike usual attempt to make political cap
ital out of the siiuaticr. but all realized
that the bill would not pas the senate,
and to that extent the debate lacked se
rlcusr.ess. SU11 the Republican leaders
felt tlit y""'"re doirg their duty. When
the vote was taken the lit publicans
presented nn unbroken front with two
exetptRns I-.inney of North Carolina
and Mahay f -New York who voted
with the. eppositum against the bill,
which was passed by a vote ot 124 to 99.
As the final act of theeeion the speak
er announced the apiiointment of the
The last step necessary to make the
tariff bill a law was taken at 4:14 p. m.
Saturday when the president wrote his
name cn the bill with the wcrd "ap
proved" and the date. There were pres
ent Representatives Dingley and Hager.
In charge of the bill; Attorney General
McKenr.a. Secretary Gage. Prnmaster
General Gary and Secretary Wilsrn. The
president had several pens at hand, the
owctra cf which had btg?--d might be
iatd tu aisa the tariff act. But Dice'ey
produced a beautiful mcher-f-rart
hardfiM pen. ar,d tyquefted that It be
used for the signature. The .president
reeograzed the rijhl of Dir.fslry'acd used
thispfcn. which was'carefuHy put away
by Dicg!y as soon as the president had
President McKir.ley's currency mes
sage is on tKe lines suggested by the
recent Tiijianapclis convr.tloiv He wug
geats that the eouKUti-e be authorized
to came a commission -cf nexi-partisan
men of emir.ett afcility and stardirs;.
This commission is expected to examine
the presart sfstem of bankirg and cur
rency and nil schemes and suggestions
for its Improvement and that may exist
now or hereafter. anM report by Nov. i
next. The preridert refers to the su
preme Importaree of a stable currrrcy
ar.d acinta out te necessity on the part
of this government of maintaining- a
currency as gced as -any in the world.
Xhe stability cf the nation's eurrer.cy.
,he rays, was decisively declared for In
tte last election, when the people cf th
United States, by their votes, demanded
that their money be made as gocd as
With Hood's Sarsapa-
rilla, " Sales Talk," and,
show that this medi
cine has enjoyed public confidence and
patronage to a greater extent than accord
ed any other proprietary medicine. This
is simply because it possesses greater
merit and produces greater cures than
any other. It is not what we say, but
what Hood's Sarsaparilla does, that tells
lite story. All advertisement j of Hood's
Sirsnr-crilla, like Hood's Sarsaparilla it
self, ere honest. We have never deceived
the public, and this with its superlative
medicinal merit, is why the people have
chiding confidence in it, and buy
Almost to the exclusfon of all others. Try It
Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Msss.
j r--ti are the only pills to take
rlOCCVS HlllS with Hood s Sarsaparilla.
WATER-SALESMAN: SALARY PAID
weekly: experience unnecessary: nerma-
nent. Urown Bros. Co.. Cbiaatto.
WA N TKD GOODS TO STORE IN CHEAP,
clean and lirht storage r.v.ms with ele
vator at 16.8 Second avenue. JohnDy Jones.
7ANTED-20 AGKNTS FOR HANBUXG
V a necessity that in uoeil i ei-err hmiw
Call at 17C8 Second avenue between 9 a. m.
to 6 p. m. Inquire for Mr, Underbill.
WANTED POSITION AS GIRDENER
or takini? care of homes by competeat
floris. Good reference-. AcMreas WU.iam
Nagel, lOKiver View Place, Davenport.
TTTAVTm TWO OH TTTPI-p prnvraatn
W roms for light tanu-tekeeplna for iten
tlaman. wife and oDe child. Send addrasa acd
ternr-s to CJeorRe J. Land on, Hock Island
WANTED LADT TO WORK AT HOME
who can furnish good reference. Tula
is a steady position to the right party: no books
or canvastiDK. We furnish work and teach
you frae. Send 10 cents for oatnpia and In
structions Paul M. Fest & Co., 1111 Aran
street, Philadelphia, Pa.
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
mond.. watches, tewelr. Iiardwaen.
musical Instruments, bicycles. Clothing, dry
goods, furnliure, etc Highest csh prices
paid for second hand goods of ali kinds also.
The aoove goods for sale aa half tha usual
store prices. AU baslneaa transactions atrlctiy
eortlrter.tlftl. His rew number and locatioa,
I'"-1 Seeord Avenue. Don't forget 11 j. w.
"CyjR RKNT-A VROOM COTTAGE, WH1
"TTtOR RHNT CONVENIENT FLAT OF
A. five rcHims at IhiO Third aveaue. Apply
to V. Iauber.
TTK) RENT 7-ROOM IIOCSE
- Twelfth street. Apply to J. D.
fcOO Seventeenth street.
FOR RENT A FURNISHED BRICK RF.3
idecce, eight large rooms: tent reaaona
ble. Apply at 2S58 Filth avenue.
JilOR RENT-FOUR ROOM FLA TON TWEN
tieth street: tio pr month. Apply to K.
U. Stafford, UaMinlc Temple block.
FOR RENT A NEW 8 ROOM HOUSE
with modern coavanienees atS37Twenty
iccoud street. Iniiuire at Sixth avenue.
TfOR RENT FIVE ROOM FLA TON TWK.V-
tieth street: modern improvement;
l'er munty. jtppiy tu t. 11. btaaoro, Maaomo
. CU11JCC UIUCK.
LXR PEST-A NICE FLAT. STEAM HEAT
L and gax st ova. suitable for light house
keeping, in Industrial Home building. Apply
.v a. u. a uumaa.
TjX)R SALE TWO HOTELS. GORDON
FOR SALE STORE BUILDING ON 8EC
end avenue: will oat II per cent on iovest-
iu-ni; uw not oaen line ror a years; title per-
icci. auuicss oox ziv, city.
T OST A LADY'S GOLD WATCH ON
1 wentieth street or Twelfth avenna
Finder retarn to ihw office and be rewarded.
T OST-A DARK RED WALLtT CONTAIN
J ing a bill and some valuable nanar
Kinder please return wallet and paper ta
kiciu una. ana aeep me mcey.
"CHJR SALE OR RENT A HOUSE OF 10
X roomaat ICIOThtid avenue; oontaina all
modern improvement, aad la Ui guua repair.
Al'fcjr m &. u. e razer.
TOil SALE OR FXCHANOE A GOOD
a. paving bakery busioesa at 1IW Third ave
hue. Owner Wlbs to maaatt in nth, h,Mrf
aes. Wlt ke rea! e-tate io exchaage. ' taail
wi e aumoer tor particulars.
We'll Have the Greatest cT
JThe Qreat (Qlearing ales.
. It is our intention to sell crery dollar's worth of this season's gois aid d
it quickly with bona fide prices that no other houses in the three cities
would dare to offer. Our reputation for carrying the highest class of mer
chandise is established. We axe going to sacrifice every department and
cut the life out of everything. We quote a few of the prices to girs yos
lien 'a miid Bj' Saiu that are worth
S. 19, I0 and .ren np to fit, we
are feiog to sell at 5. Don't niu
it. 5 for an all wool an it. well
trimmed, well made and good flu
tera. Come earljr. They won't last
loag at that price
Man1 and Boya' Summer Salts, frocks
and aackt. roand and square cuts,
worth 16 60,- 15, fit 50. all the
best material, workmanship the
laeet, in fact high art clothing in
every respect. All go for tho small
To bicycle riders, all ef onr $10. f 9,
and 98 suits take yonr ehoite, of
any Bike Suit in the house for f5.
You'll have to scoreh or you'll lose
We are going to close tho balance of '
oar Children's Soring and Saatmer
Salts, ages 4 to 14, worth 96. 93 and
94, all go at tho ame price
Everything must go.
Big Store . .
CoLtloues la all it's
greatness. Such tre
mendous values wre
never before known
In the Furniture and
Odd pieces. Couches,
etc., that aston'sh all
who see them. The
prices are scorchtd
more than the goods.
& Carpel Co.,
217-217) W. Second St..
We must hare the room.
AT thh club.
y- - i
have made the Steams noted. '
Rather than take this statement with the prevarBtal pain f
salt, don your most critical mood, call at the stone of max cxYy agents
and ask to see the new Yellow Fellows.
E. C STBAJUtS ft CA..
Svkacvse, N. Y.,
C A. SPESCEB.
oh . paktdo. , nttt a. rsaiDow
PAniDOrj a con
11417633. ttXsKZXZSSS. tto.
Shop 4iQ Seven teen th strert.
Any Child's Blouse Wash Suit, worth
up to 91. bow 9U sines 9 to 9
Tour choice of any Mothers' Friend
Percale Shirt Waist, worth no to
7o, for S7s
Tho balance ot onr if en's Worsted and
Caasimero Pants, worth np to 94.
for 93 S3- These pants are aa ex
Coys1 Pants, worth 71s,
Beys' Pants, worth SOe,
Men's Underwear, worth 39c,
Hats, worth S0c,
. . Blue Front
Then was'a wicked ptaaooar who
need to eharge dreadfal prlots for h's
work. He was the only one that knew
nrttiln aboot tho bBsloasa,. and to
paople were toreed to naj Ma ontra
OBoas ehartoa, After ho hod atopped
olaBbingon eartB, the eoake papers
a ranged flMonselfcs, aad tooa wo
tienaat oara has to oairer for hit all s.
riease let as aaUo things tight and
s'tawroakow roaoooablf'wo can do
work. Ask os to Bake rea prkx on
Paaipa, Uosa, Spalaailase, etc
ro have beon bvilding bicyolct for
years; we believe our product, the
Stearns, represents just what is desired
by the riding public.
Made throughout with extreme care,
without an excess ounce anywhere,
with balls as fine as machinery can
make, bearings at true as can be turned
from steel those are tkst secrets of the
proverbial easy-rnenin.r qualities which
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