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THB ARCrUB, THtJKSDAY. MARCH 24. 1893.
JLmm ltd wuniT itnuntK . v uuwa Uh 8UUIHALL r Mt TAXES COMING IN. VACAN Y IN THE FORCE.
n far w j-' lLa
VACANCY IN THE FORCE.
Both tho method ind rmlti when
fcyrun of Flaw i ukro ; it i pleasant
sad mfreahinfr to the taat. and acta
Bwntl v yt promptly on tbc Kidney,
Liver and Bowel. cIwimi the j -lain
rffeotaally. dispel cold, head
ache and fever, and corr hahitnal
cootipatinc. Syrup of Figs in tar
oalr raaaidy of ita kind ever pro
duced, pleaMing to toe taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, nmmpt in
it vi ion anil truly Heneftri.il in He
efert... preprr only from the rmK
healthy and agreeable en hataacea, it
many rtcrllrnt 'rnaliti commend it
to ail and hare made it the moat
popular rrrnoiy know.
Heraf of Figs for aaie ia SO
cent bottle by all leading drag
fcit. Any reliaH" dm T"t who
taay not hawo it on haad will pro
ne re it promptly for say one who
l.- try it. Do not arcrt t any
CAunmniA no smjp ca
etaia'.p rlatrtn fmlua aaa
It' laai I uta lMr
S. M. Iagli. state superintendent
of pablie intractioa. It attending
the county institute today. He ad
dressed tbe teachers tbic afternoon,
aad will remain ia tbe oily until to
morrow. Rct. W. H. Blanche, o Ivenport.
spoke before lbs institute this mora
ine at th conclusion ol tbe routine
instruction on tbe i: j iriout effectsot
liquor and aareoties.
Prof. Y BIOm lectures at the
T. at. C. A aadiloriom tbie evening
na Educational Progress cf the
Maeteeotb Cntury." Masie will
be foreWhed or Mrs. J. S. Patton
a i.i W A Paul. I Moline. and li. IL
lib. ef K.ck Itland.
Tb enrollment has reached
Tbe fo'liwintf name baTS
dfrd to the roll:
Susanna f; r-n. Jennie Bailey.
Mica B .n 0, R H owl. Etith
M Fiitpalrlcb. Mary K F.atriiio,
Mary K- '.. Fare Woodward. H. D
TsoBip on. A. C. Swtogler Elsie
ost.nrfh. Uattia iHvi. UU an Cm'
la Fylsiaer. S. I. Jameoe. Kma,
Cooper. II M Mn. n. N-1; S; i r.
Ada Mun, Lincoln Birton,
Ada Hovers. (trace Brewer. Idllie
BmoWey. Mrj B er bom F. Igig.
toe, Mary litflbba Nanna (radin.
A l.tara Ht:!. Marth F. Hi!. A 1.
r M lfrllirile)I.Anna Kirkpitrick.
Clara N. , . Mrdie Osbero. Sara
J. Sebiadler. Anna Mdkd, Cirrle
stary. t barle H. Spic.ler. II. B.
Hrrase. Mry S.-.a-lI, Aia Swurfon.
C'ra Tonaire. O C. YYu-ks. Nellie
Wilson. M,u ! M yne and M. I,
IIOMK. M IM
pa I rr
in yi.fr s
A I I.HiRF.T ri'3
HON H N S
Rim, MF. ATS
I A K tuH
PAS I BY.
Ttt rm nun t:
KRELL & MATH
r t a aire i v m riaarani Bel CnnW,
hsenaMa r i . a aeMael eii
ol Ire Ciihhh or Frtnt let.
f V ,iitoPalacrSweek
RRR tha leaders
" freeh Caatiea
ae4 Hi irt Net Raft
trewoaderfel taiera Taf
ilea aad Nat Caaaly's fresh
every ti mm - ir Cara
mels are perfect, aad tkoee
Isileione Popcora Fritters
lead thorn all.
Milletirely anlt yon. aad
arelageat MU nf Cream
aad ChoenlateN are the beat
( the three cities. Try a
M vr-imfct to M ka Ifcalr . T-w i CeUeetera aotprclie T f l- I'ooi. to
beesaa omw aveaaawneaaeaajrw.
James H Sjulhall. for 15 jeara at Township collectors are beginning'
cicrain tne river engineering depart-! to mafco their returns to County
meets o( the government, stationed Treasnrer Tittertngton. The lollow
at St. Panl, on the work which is car-! ing have reported:
rid cn under the direotion oICjI. W. j Black Hawk W. B. Brow:,, col
S King, of this city, has oalJeeaad to Mectcr: charged. t8. 885.11: delin-
the swind.ing of various banks and : qnent, 2 516 81 : collected, f 5,563 30; i
individual oat of nearly Sl0,0j0 : commission, f 127 36
Bouthall had chirge ol the payroll. Zuma David 6 Setzer. collector;
II i handled laaaM aajaaa cf auaara and nnered. si 41 1 -f,-. Mimim'
has dofrauded banks during the part : $185.15; c llocted, 14,228 'JO; cjm-
1" years by means o: hypothecated mission, fii 58
Sjutball resigned his posi.ion by
r ij jest last fall, after an investige
ti'u and a discovery of bis crooked
work. Col. King ordered Lis dismis
sal, but S . utbali's friends interceded
for kirn, and made it possible for
him t slep down and out before i.
in discharged. Hi after eard stated
l. bad become interested in tbe es-
Port Byron W. W. Pears. ill, col
lector; charged, 15.035 23: delin
quent. S1!) 10: collected, 4 716.13;
Cane Creek R II
charged, 2 825 28;
363 79; collected, 1 2,461 49; com-mi-sion,
Kural F. W. Wylie. collector;
charged. 7.813: deliuqncnt. 504 61;
tabiishmcnt of a firm to be known as j collected, 17,108 M; coiamiesin.
Saiith. Hughes & Co. Hu wa to be
the silent pirtoer, and tbe bnslness
of tbe firti was to bo dcsling in
afcks and bonds and speculation in
Three weeks ago the St. Paul
Cordova O C. Handel!, collector;
charged, 7. 154.80; delinquent, fl,
C.8 24: directed, 5,f 46 56: cmmis
bion. 110 94.
1) or) Wil iam Kranz collector;
backs, Wblcb brat became intereeted ichnreei, 17.1126 'Mi clelinquen ,
K.. I alluaa.
Wfcereas. It ha p'eaed tjjd in
His ir mi. wisdom to remove from
among us asjasjHI af oir mmt ers.
Miss Kmms Henderson: tberefote
Resolved. That by ber deith. the
alumni of the Btck Island H'gr,
school loses tne t i'.s most highly
esteemed mrmb.-rs, tho class of '7U
s dear acd 1. nr-d -iate. and
the Weber of Kk Island county
an elliclent co-w rker.
Besolved. That while we monrn
her sudden death, we mar gain in
spiration fmm her steailfastness of
purpose and intfnse interest in her
Keeolved. 1 hat these rrsolntions
Im publihed in nnr city papers, the',
they Im entered in our records, and a
copy " sent to tbe bereaved family
with eh ioi wo dceplv sirapsth zi.
't of t i. aasseeeea
The democrats ( f Klgii'ton have
nominated tJ. fo. lowing tiehet:
Town clcrs. U P Wait; asessor. Jo
seph Joae; col cctor, Wuliatn Pt
sereoe; hignway commissioner. W.
It llaafe.'e; school trustee. Jsmsi
Venable; justice of tbe peace, Joseph
l.lnyd. the republtcaus have put
op ibis t.cket: Town clerk. Frank
Wood; assessor, Chsrlos Tittering.
ton; collector. Jiium Bwe. Jr. i
highway commissioner, W. H
lAbtator. school trustee. Fcrrcst
Ynnng; jjstice of the peace, M
through some Hsrlfonl. Conn., hold
ers of the paper, began an intestiga-
tu-n. ar.il brcsmo satlsiie. :rom what
was coiitidered reliable s jorces. that
the amount of checks out was far in
iici as of the mcnev approp'iated bv
the gov.-rr.uic .t lo i-tiry ou the work
n the tppor Mis-iasippi. They
ctlltd upon Soulbail for an exolana-
tin. Headmitud that full v 25 per
cent of the checks that arc now cut
staiidiar aro worthless.
As all tbe cbecks are alike, and the
worthless ones merely contain le
titions names, it is impossible to tell
which are tbe real and which the
worthless until the books ol the en
graving depattmcnt are overhauled,
and tbe exact status of affair ascer
tain! d. The time cbecks were often
bought up i" l.'rge numbers by spec
ulator, were cashed by banks, and
were heid until the government was
prepared to meet the bills, when
Southall would receive a remittance
direct from Washington, acd then
depotit thu n: y in bis own name,
and take up the checks with in
dividual chicks. St. Paul backs
lose about ItO.OQO, the rest of the
paper bsing h.dd by iMAa and east
ern bank. Southallis under arrott
Col. King states that tie govern
ment will lose nothing tnrough
S ut hall's manipulation. Thcspjc
ulators who purcbuscd the lime
checks from him are the onus who
will have to stand it. They pur
chased them at a discount, siiuie
limes as muuh es 10 per cent, and it
wss tbrnngh this ataptditj tha. tUe
irregularities were disclosed.
027 24: collect d. 9a,M9 OS;
'ion. 119 98
AndaluMa Georgo Burgoyne. col
lector; charged. $ I, loO.iiS; delinquent.
11,110 0; eollaotad, ISOOO-M; wm-
misstoa. t i o2
Coe Jo-eph B. Td Con nail, cdiee
nr;emargao, B,77a.I0; delinquent.
Illt.CO: col ec:or, 8 ji 4i; com-
K'igingion V. H Patterson, col.
CC'or; caargM, 10,S9 13: delin.
quent, 0731. if ; collected, 19 537 33;
Buffalo l'rnirie Michael Kd!cy,
c-lleclor: aaargaO, 17 9:3 in; delin
qaent, 1 1S7 85: collected, f6 325. 25;
lumtsrion, 1126 50.
A li 1 1 In 1:4a HmI
Is one of tbe most distressing and
discomforting c ? maladies. It causra
loss of sleep. If neg.eeted. it ter
minates in that most obnoxious cf
all diseases catarrh r.f the head cr
throat. Dr H .. . Pine Tar-llonev
will cere it in one night. A I drug
st'la. Chr.alA KkavaaaUaaa t ared.
Dr. H. B. Hettinger. Indianapolis,
lad sayt: -For several months alter
spraining my anale I was severely
afflicted with rbeumatism. I finally
tried iNetchoa's -Mystic Cnre' for
rheesnatism. and in four days could
walk without my cace; two bottle.
cared raesuand and well. Sold by
O.t Uiutjan. druggist, 1001 Second
avenue. Rock Island. Oust Schlegel
80a. 220 West Second street, Dav
eaport Aracld's !r r Celery cr.res head
ackes; 10. 35 and 60 cents. Beiss'
FOR WEAK KER
OF All AGES
sio msi v i tnTAirr. Wn-
SterTel arpllan.'i- ana r lenilflr rran
Hl arsi en trl-1 ta a:ir rrilabie
aaan. A T;TT'. o hark or
IS "S7-r Enrrr otatai la to baprT nanieo
Ufa rraameS. Sa!i trmfi, itivt-'piaect
rt4 (.inetTen toarwr x"nnof tte Ixxly.
tailurs lat-uasnxi-1 auw iuri..r.
HALO, N. V.
C Dji.sN n.
Cats B: irn,
rrr W. k.
LOKDOVA Cll VT.
Cordova. March 22 R. C. Cool,
of Chicago, is in town on business.
A. L. Marshall is in town for a fow
Jerrc Bryan rctursid from Alaska
Joe Karr, of Brooklvn. Iowa, vi?-
ited with his parents this week.
Mrs John Schmelxer. of I'honio
son. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs
Mrs. C. B Fish, accompanied by
her sister, Mrs. W . B. McUnwen. of
Castleton. 111., return. d Saturday
rr m tlawkcye. Iowa
Mrs. rred I.arabort ilitil o con-
snmption at ber home Monday ciorn
ing. Match 21. She was the dangh
ter of a. n.-k. All that was
mortal of the young wife and mother
was laid to rest in the cemetery here.
Tne fnncral took place from tbe Bap
tist church Wednesday morning at
11 o'clock. The services were ten
ducted by Rev. T. Wood.
sot r It HKIUIITH HAPPEWIKO.
South Heights. March 31 Mrs.
C. C. Kirsch is ill.
Little Jessie Kennedy ia quite ill
Miss Marv Weeds has been spend
ing several dav with relatives here
John Aiter has young chickens.
He usually has the lirst biood on tbe
(ieorge W. Wocd and family will
soon occupy the cuttage 01 Twen
tieth avenue, wLich be recently purchased.
B. H. Bedeker Is having his brick
house torn down and win replace it
wltb a neat cottage. This was prob
ably tbe oldest house in this vicinity.
Clinton StefTotd, who Is attending
tbe Bock Island High school, left Fri
day evening lor his home in (ireen
River, accompanied by his Iriend,
llti t'p Ht roar Uoctari.
Beaver Dam, Ohio. Aug.. 27, 1895
My daughter, afler being treated
by lour doctors, unt being given up
lor lost, a neighbor recommended
Foley's Kidney cure. Today she is
able to walk several miles without
fatigue. I feel we wonld have lost
her if it was not for your mdicine.
Raape-ifnUy Mrs .f M Bailey
tor sale or 1. a. 1 nomas.
Ccr-nTif r -
Whits Pilaci of Suits
Talaphoae 2 oa 1040
Sunday, March 27.
Isaawsaa ta wm
r.raa ' -loa
Tan Aaocs. 10r a weak, delis, red
every tvsaia at yotr door.
Nw Tlay F.very N ght
With IS Specialties Betwctn Acts
Tra Draaatic tills' f Vardcl la
Stars, 9-atran SlsaatS eaast 'a.
Ste iks sra-.iril i luattattS soap.
Ladies' Bargain Ticket
Pri es 10c, 20c and 3 c.
OkasssMasjaSaaaj talc a: MM br
Jaaslrt . 1.
a AUDI ' isiafson
V . I.. i , irr-:
JOTTINGS FROM JOSLIN.
Ollicsr K 'tr ; T at io Itaala-Uesrd
at tua atlaw.
Officer Edt-ar N. Tnomnson has re
signed. He has taken a position in
tbe machine sh p at li ick Island ar
senal. His bear, Twenty-fonrth to
Thirty-tifth streets, is being patrolled
temporarily by Officer Coyne, while
the latter's territory, Twentieth to
Twen iy-f our h streets, is being trav
eled by Ofli wt Hsnna.
A thief entered the sptrtments cf
E Thonn, 2736 Fifth avenue, last
night, and carried off a tnit of
C J. Taylor, a stranger, was held
to the grand jury today inlCU bonds
for larceny. He stole a p-iir of shoes
a'. Bochow's store, 2110 Fonrth ave
nue, last evening.
PORT BYRON POINTERS.
IaterttnR ttatoo of Naws Srsra the Thtls-
lug Tjwu Up thr ftlvar.
Port Byroa. March 01 E. B.
StOLe came home Friday from a 6
wceks' businoss trip in Iowa.
JcsEie Kliae. of Janesville. Wis.,
spent Friday and Saturday with Prof.
himnn Michaels, who has been la-'d
cp f r some time with rhoumatism,
I halil Frccland, 92 yrnra old, is
very low with pneuni'inia at the reti
di'i ce ol P. F. Cox in Cce.
The C, M & St. P. bridge gan
is here n akiog some needed rt pairs
cn the bridges and culverts.
Herbert ijuiok came l.fjtne Friday
from Daveupurt, where he has been
Hit i (iertrade J
Jlisi cr Intorttt Around ama and v.
Joslin, Mrch 22. Mi's Rica
Brandt, who injured herself jump.
n from u baccj, is inipioviug
Mits Minnie Aldrcuge, of Port By
ron, vimti'ti ever bund at with Nellie
Volton. of Xim.
Mi-s Xetiie Mondy is ergaged to
tt ach thu spring teroi of schjol at
Oak Tree in Zama
Mvron Yoltun, who ha I bsen teach
ing in Dakota, has been ecgagod to
teach tbc Hose Hill school.
Several contractors from Moline,
and other carpentBrs in this vicinitr,
are figuring ou the residence which
is to MataaMO b v Henry Knockeinu?.
nliES Nora Scbafer closed her
school at Eureka Wednesday; Msude
Croxpton at district No. 6, Coe,
Thursday, and Mamie D.lloa at Oak
P.ter Moodv turned his working
team into the leM, when one hcrse,
kicklsg at the other, caught his loot
in the wire fence, cutting an artery,
aad causing the borsn to tali down
from weakness. Peter says the
horro lost enough blood to till a wash-boiler.
A meeting was cs'.led av tireenwcod
school house reaaaav last for the
purpose of organ zirg a creamery
ccmpmyon tne cooperative plan
l be general opinion seems to be that
there are not coe enough in that
vicinity that would j utilj the build
ing of another creamery.
the iioynl Neighbors cf Jaslin anc
vicioity will have a box social and
snt'rtaiurccnt at the Woodmen ball
WidnesUay, March 30. A guneral
laviiaTion is extended, scd H is ex
pected that each lady wil! bricg a
dox wnicn wm be sold at auction
There will be music, singing and
August Struss, the 10-year-old son
oi iiarrv fetruss, was Uken to IVri
Byron Wednesday last with a badly
injurea arm. ine boy caught it in
a corn grinucr, ana tne uesh was
considerably mangled. Dr. Bruner
examineu tne arm, out found no
bines broken, and the little fellow
can consider that he was fortnnate.
Mrs. Charles Scbafer, who died
at her home Tuesday, March 15, at
11 a. m. was aged 73 years, 8 months
and 19 days. Her maiden name
was Barbara Schock. She married
Chnrles F. Schsfer in her native
c: entry, Germany, and was the
mother of 14 children, of whom eight
survive. uev. Winter, ol the
Lutheran church, of which she was a
member, officiated at the funeral,
which was held at 10 a. m. Thursday
irom ner late no me in lama town
ntva lh ti MM i a Drink
Called (irain-O. U is a delicious, ap
peuzinr, nounshirg food drink to
take the place of coffee. Sold by all
grocers ana .uea y all who have
used it, because wLcn properly pre
pared it taste like the finest coffee,
but is fiee from ail its injurious prop
erties. Grain- fi ds digestion and
strengthens the nerves. It is not a
stimulant, but a health builder, and
children, as we'l as adults, can drink
it with great benefit. Costs about
one-fourth aa much as coffee. 15
JOURNALIST IN 0. S!
Preetorius of the Westlichs Post Uses
PAINE 'S CELERY COMPOUND.
U n, O;iio. is here visiting her sistsr,
li.-s Georgia Johns, of the acaieuiy.
Gotlieb Wise, of Beck Island, was
here Thursday attending the funeral
of his aunt. Mrs. Charltt Schafer. Sr.
Hon. W illiam Payne v:as here
again last Thursday. From appear
ances he is having oondderablo trou
ble holding the faithful in line.
James Haire has bought a half ii -1
rest in Hnry Miller's butcher shop
ihc shop will hereafter be conducted
under the firm name of Miller &
The button factory put a force oi
men to work Friday erecting a shed
on the end of the street south of the
factory. Notice was served on thorn
lit by tho property holders nd
joining, as it obstructed their view
I the river.
Mrs. Homer Metzgar's 6-year-oM
brother fell a distance of eight feet
from the wagon bridge opposite S
A.ien's residence Ihursday after
noon, striking ca his head. An
ugly gash was cut in the top of hs
head. Dr. Black was called and
dressed the wonnd.
The steamers Winona and Verne
Swain made their lirst trips here Fri-
day, and were loaded down with
freight for this point. Sunday morn
ing on her trip down tho Verne
Swain delivered the Chicago S indav
psners, which was finite a treat, as
they were tbe lirst Sunday papers
p nave naa since the boats laid up
The Saturday Chicago Record says
that tbe lirst direct news from Ml
nook Creek since the hundreds of
prospectors w. re caught on the
ice by the freeze np last fall, oame
to Seattle March 18, and rr pjrts that
very nob hods aro being discovered
on tbc American side. Tbe last let
ter Mrs. Morryman received from
tho doctor was dated Oot. 28, and ho
said he had started for M nook Creek,
and if the reports of the rich finds
are true, the doctor evidently in
strictly in it.
Pert Bvron, March 24. Our li-h-
crmcn caught eeveral CD-pound cat
fish this week.
C areace Allen, ourtonsorial artist,
had a hardwood Hour laid in his shop
Mrs. J. W. fimonron returned
frori New York Tuesday afternoon.
Our ii-erebants have been putting
moro nitchiag posts in lor the ac
ooromodatin of the farmers. F'or
-evcial Saturdays it has been im
to;sib!o to liad hitching room.
William S. Bl ok is attending the
teachers' institute in Bock Island
Ten tuousiii d demons knawing
iway at one's vitals couldn't be
much worse than the tortures of
itching p !es. Yet there's a cure
Dcsn's Ointment never fails. Sold
by Manh 11 & F.ther.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Chiidrer
mat Tired Fmltnf"
overcomes as when inferior prepara
tions are recommended by unscrupu
lous d a'ers as "just as good as Fo
ley's Honey and Tar crugn syrup,"
when we know tbc untnualed merits
of this great medicine.' For sale bv
T. U. Thomas.
bscribe for Tbk Asucs.
which have been shatteted by over
work, worry or business cares.
I can certainly recommend it with
out hesitation to all those in need of
snch a reoonstrnotant ol the nervous
Edwakd L. Pkibtorids.
The St. Louis Westlinho Post ia I
be lcoding German daily of the Mis- i
siss'ppi valley, and ono of the few
rest derrjoan newspapers la the!
Established in 18S7, it soon passed i system.
nto to the hands of Dr. Kaiil Preetor-
us ana the Hon. carl Sohurz. For i The relative merit and effiolenov
10 years the Westliche Post has of Paine'a c.elerv enmnanv in mm.
hown the most effective devotion to i parison with all other remedies for
lonorable aod progressive ideas. making people well, is clearly shown
Edward rraetorias, business man-1 in the intelligent charaoter aad ra-
tger nnd treasurer, is a mnn ol dis- ! sponsible standing ol the people who
.lucuu-j luruuKi oui tne boutnwesi, tonay reiy on it to cure insomnia,
ind is known to many thousands in i nervous debility, persisteat head-
ither Bortioaa of the country for his aches and a run-down condition.
iroad biif-iness methods, and for the ! Its power of raoidlv renal rins- the
lommanding inllaencc of his journal I tissues and cleansing tha blood
n national, state and city politics. makes Paine's celery compound tha
Mr. freetorus is an indefatigable 1 irreat saver of lite that it ia. It
worker. Subjected by his profession j brings jnst tho needed nutriment to
to unusual business cares, overwork ; the weakened nerve tissues all orer
KMT'S CREAM BALM is a aocttJTC cre.
Applj into tha nostril. It is quickly absorbed. 50
ceMs at Druggists or by mall ; samples 10c by ma!!.
ELT BUOTUKRS, 6 Warren 8u, New Tork City.
Belors aaH .' i. . cS
Kow atscasasy. Wi'iVics t. n-
Itb. .1: .Ua efCcicil Icacr ia -iitr Mz, ssetasta.
.M nil. aiwciis wleiliiT,'
Jus taia ij A I. Bsiaa, drsalat, hotX IsUad
-tnd sodden demands upon his ncrv-
lus strength, his personal exper
ience and his estimate of Paine's
celery compound must have excep
tional weight, especially with brain
workers, and men and women whose
nerves are incessantly called on, as
if they were of iron and steel, and
not the most seceitivo p ;rts of the
Mr. Preotonus' letter, given below.
shows his confidence in America's
St. Lonls, Jan. 15, 1898.
Messrs. Wells & Bichardson Co.,
Gentlemen: I bare found that
Paine's celery compound is the only
remedy that will restore the nerves
the body, and increases the volume
of hca'thv blood, so that a break
down of seme vital part is averted.
Tbe story of tha discovery and na
paralled success of Paine's oelery
compound is tbe story of a high par
pose steadfastly followed, tha final
work of the lifelong study of tha
nervous system in health and dis
ease by Prof. Edward E. Phelps, M
1)., LL. D.( of the Dartmonth medi
In this greatest of all remedies
there is hope for every person dis
tressed by symptoms of dyspepsia,
impure blood, failing vigor or low
"HE THAT WORKS EASILY, WORKS
SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
Going at Less Than It Costs
To make Them
UAVINU bought all tho samples (this spring's styles ol two
" large f sctorics at 4U per cent discount, will plane them on
sale at less than it costs to make them. As we have never
been undersold, come and get piices and tec goods before you
DOLLY BROS, i'
Leaders in Low Prices and Good Shoes.
A few notes regarding spring goods that can be found by look
ing at this ad. Here are some prices we quote: Spring novel
ties in suitsthe prices range from $18, f 20, 22, $12 and ap.
The prices in the spring trousers range from b, 5.60, 6,
f 5.50 and upward. Come in and sec our line Boa.
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