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THE AKGfXrS," TUtJRSDAY, ATBIL. (I, 1899.
Published Daily and Weekly at 1M Second
i e. Rock Island, m. Entered a the
P06toffice aa Second-daea matter. 1
im TBI XAHS Of J. W. FOTTEX
1 ERMS Dally, 10 cent per week. Weekly,
12.00 per acnum: In advance II .M.
All communication of political or arumen
tatlre character, political or religions, must
are real name attached for publication. No
neb article will be printed oyer SetlUooa !-'
Correspond enee aoll cited from erery town
It: p in Bock Island county.
TiiunsuAr. Avuiv 6.
Mark IIaxxa's virtuous indigna
tion at being dragged into the leef
controversy will be appreciated by an
The calendar says it's springtime,
anyway, so what matters it if tbe
weather bureau does insist on going
behind the returns?
Tde morning paper would a great
deal rather that the republican party
lose the credit of a political' victory
than that the suocess be attributed to
The pope, says an exchange, is
furnishing a shining example for
Christian Scientists. Two or three
weeks ago he was reported dying, but
he declared himself all right, stopped
taking medicine and got up and went
about his business.
"A ruoi'HET is not with honor,"
etc, At the election in Canton, Mc
Kinley's home, a few days ago, the
democrats won, electing a majority
of the city council and the school
beard. Anil the victory was achieved
with the president and his policies as
The Chicago papers declare that
the outcome of the municipal election
in that city was in a large measure a
repudiatiou of Tanner. To be sure,
but not so in Hock Island. Tanner
was in it with both feet in the closing
days of the campaign in Rock Island.
Ask IJilly Baker or Jim McGarvey if
he wasn t.
Had the morning paper been in a
position during tbe campaign to con.
sistently commend Mr. McConochie
a-f a candidate with halt tlie zeal wan
w hich it praises him now that he has
won, instead of substituting for hon
est support oi its party ticket, a
shameful and false attack on a highly
creditable administration, it would
have stood letter with its own par;y
now, and likewise with the people.
Neakly ten 3 ears ago, whenChaun
tey Depcw and other enterprising men
were booming southwest irginia.
where thev had extensive holdings of
l:inL a $:Ji0,000 bridge was construct
ed over a valley from one mountain
to another. Practically the bridge
was not a necessity. It was intended
as an advertisement was built to le
talked about, and hence it became an
effective advertisement. It helped
along the land boom iy attracting at
tention to the land. The natural re
suit of all original or novel advertis
ing is to attract the attention of the
jeople, whether the "ad." le a bridge
or a "display" in a newspaper. In
these davs of universal newsoaner cir
culation the watchful and adroit mer
chant takes into consideration the idea
the moment and the medium. To
make this combination a success the
right medium in which to exploit the
idea must be selected, and the exploi
tation must oe at toe ngnt time.
Tanner's Campaign Acnln.t Cullom.
The Mount Vernon Register, a ikt
sonal organ of John K. Tanner, comes
out in its issue of March 25 with a
vigorous attack on Senator Shelby M.
Cuiioni. Ibis is regarded as the first
gun of Tanner's campaign to supplant
Mr. Cullom in the United States son-
ate. Thearticle in question concerns
Charley Linn, who was recently aj
pointed, at Senator Cullom's request,
one of.fhe superintendents of free
rural delivery service in Illinois. He
had previously leen an examiner of
building associations under Auditor
McCollugh. Linn is an emphatic and
outspoken man. He did not like Tan
ner, regarding him as an enemy of
good government, and said so. Tan
ner took umbrage at Linn's remarks
and Linn, rather than 1 removed, re
signed from the auditor's employ.
Then Cullom took him up instanu-r
and got him the position referred to.
The headlines in the Mount Vernon
paper are as follows: "Cullonrs Ca
reer Closing," "The Senator Evideut-
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ther Public Usefulness." "Deserts
His Friends and Rewards the Ene
mies of Sound Money and Honest Ob
ligations." The article goes on to berate Cul
lom, claiming him to be a former free
silverite, etc. It seems that before
the republican party declared for the
gold standard Linn was one of a great
many iiie-iong republicans who held
that tbe republican party was not a
'old standard party, but had always
been the party of bimeUdlism. After
the party switched at St. Louis and
made the gold standard a part of its
faitb, turning its back upon its bime
tallic principles of the past. Linn free
ly expressed bis regret, but declared
that in spite of this he still saw more
in the republican platform to his lik
ing than any other. Now the Tan
nerites are usinir Culloui's endorse
ment of Linn as an excuse to make
warfare against him in Tanner's in
terest. The senator is charged with
being in his dotage and "unfit for
public responsibilities." Tanner has
been laying his wires so as to build up
in each legislative district a strong
personal machine whose object is to
reelect him governor and place the
legislature of 1900 in his control so
that he can be elected to Cullom's
place and leave the governorship in
the hands of the lieutenant governor.
Hampton, April .1. The churches
were very well tinea juster ounaay.
C. J. Fulcher spent Tuesday in Dav
Ed Kobinson, wno is empioveu on
the government fleet, luft Saturday to
join his boat.
Mr. and Airs, coruis, oi nnar iiuu,
made a short visit here iast Thursday
after a trip to Canianche-
The Woman's Kelief corps neid a
meetins .Saturday night to arrange
preliminaries for Memorial day.
William rvunns, an employe at me
Watertown asylum, has beeu trans
ferred to the heating department.
William Holton, wood engiravcr,
who is employed in Moline. spent
Sunday with bis iricndsand lamuv.
The town will be lijrhted with
street lamps this season, as it now
seems in good shape to be a su jcess.
liicbard Maxwell, the superinten
dent of chann'el lights from Port Hv-
ron to Davenport, is ready to begin
the season labors.
Some 35 members of the state leg
islature arrived at the 'asylum at
Watertown Tuesday last' by .-special
car on a visit of inspection.
Monday the people's caucus nom
inated the following ticket: Presi
dent of the boa'd, W. S. Black; clerk,
E. Henline: trustees (two years) C.
J. Fulcher, M. B. Underw'ood. Perry
The citizens' caucus Saturday
placed in nomination the ticket be
low named for village oflicials: Pres
ident of the board, M. Fleet; clerk.
Emil Henline; trustees (two yonts) C.
J. Fulcher, Joseph Hermis, O. J.
Dave Taulbe is reported quite sick
at lii3 home in Wake.
Miss Millie Matthews is visitinc
friends and relatives in Erie.
Edward Sehindler has commenced
work for Henry Sehell in Coe.
Mike Fitgibbons is slowly recover
ing from an attack of the mumps.
John Wiedeman and family of Wake
were isiting relatives Sunday last.
Josl'm; Aptil, 5. Air. and Mrs. Ro
land Whiteside spent Saturday in Port
"Roy Dailev, who has been awav at
tending college at Abingdon, is home
spending his vacation.
Mrs. Vandeburgh has been quite
poorly this winter, ana has oeen suf
fering with rheumatism.
Messrs. Charles Flemming, Dee
Allen anil John Daily can now give
you the Woodman grip, as they have
lately joined that order.
Miss Mable Tayne came up from
Rock -Island ami spent Saturday and
Sunday with her parents.
Peter Moody has sold his farm to
Messrs. Charles and Ed Heald and
will move his family to town for the
remainder of this year maybe to
The subscription list for the new
meeting house at Joslin is gradually
enlarging until now alout f650 has
been raised which it is now desirous
to increase to fl.OO. There are
quite a number who have not yet sub
scrilel who are considering what
they ought to give. The other day
Rev. May and David Adams obtained
alxmt f.Vb in Port Byron, and a list
will shortly le published of those who
have subscribed, with the amounts
attached to their signatures. It is
now intended to have a neat, substan
tial building, one of which 'the citi
zens will be proud of as a place of
worship. It is thought by some that
a central and more sheltered location
should be selected than the one near
Ilneklen'a Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum,
fever sores.l tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns and all skin erup
tions, and positively cures piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction or money re
funded. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale bv Hartz & Lllemever
Before the discovery of One Minute
Cx:gh Cure, ministers were greatly
disturbed by coughing congregations.
No excuse for it now. For sale by T.
IL Thomas. A. J. Reiss and M. F.
Bahnsen, druggists. ,
It's the little colds that grow into
big colds; the big colds that end in
consumption and death. Watch- the
little colds. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine
Syrop. For sale by Marshall & Fifher.
MUSINGS ABOUT MILAN.
Breezy Budget of wi From tbe Town
on the Hennepin.
Milan, April 5. Bern Diltz, of Tis-
kilwa. is visiting with Milan friends
Miss Jennie Chandler, of South
Rock Island, was a Milan visitor Tues
Lawrence Peterson, Jr., of Black
Hawk, is building a fine residence on
Miss Florence Perrott. of Moline,
spent a week visiting with Miss Mar
garet if. Media.
Rev. II. W. Reherd has returned
from Geneseo, where his brother has
been seriously ill.
IJert bears returned nome iuesuay
from Florida, where he was in the
signal service of the army.
I here was no service in the rres-
byterian church Sunday, owing to
Rev. A. W. Reherd's absence.
John McConnell, of Black Hawk, is
building a barn on his farm. He is
doinjr most of the work himself.
Mrs. Arthur Nice and her sister.
Miss Lizzie Blazer, were surprised by
a number of lady friends luesdav.
Navigation on the Hennepin will
not commence for another week at
least, as the ice is not melting fast.
Last year navigation opened March
The school election will tale place
at the Milan High scnool April lo. A
caucus is to be held April 13, at the
town hall, for the purpose of nomin
ating candidates lor directors.
Reed Wilson returned Saturday
after a 2-weeks' etay at Springfield as
clerk at the head office of the Court
of Honor. He is again behind the
counter at R. B. Girton's store.
The Easter service at the M. E.
church was well attended, especially
in the evening. Rev. J. B. Rntter
preached an impressive sermon. The
Milan orchestra piayeu a lew selec
The Ladies' Aid society of the Pres
byterian church served dinner, and
supper at the lown hall election day,
The Tresbyterians are planing to build
a new church, and all money made at
socials and entertainments is saved
for that purpose.
A lame tramp who has loafed around
Milan for several davs caused a little
trouble yesterday. He went to the
door of a house and asked for break
fast. The man had just left for work
and the lady told him she would give
it to him if he stayed outside. Then
she gave him some victuals . which he
threw at the fence and uttered
string of oaths.
Cordova. April 4. Will Humphrey
is home irom Chicago on a short visit.
Prof. Peterson spent Easter at his
home in Cable.
Mrs. Haynes, of Fulton, was the
guest of Miss Ora Spoor over Sunday
William Flvmire was a welcouie
visitor at our public schools Friday
Mrs. Sarah Hollister spent Saturday
and bunday at her home in Rock Isl
Mrs. Charles Hallenbeck, from Col
orado, is visiting with Mrs. George
A. J. Vandeburgh and Mrs. Mary
Robinson, of Clinton, spent Sunday
with friends here.
Funeral services for William Mar
shall were held at the Baptist church
Monday, Rev. Davis olhcating.
W L. Marshall was called to Dav
enport Saturday to bring the body of
William Marshall nome for burial.
Mrs. W. C. Heany and granddangb
ters, Marie and Fanni, returned Mon
dav from a week's visit with friends
in Rock Island. ...
Mr. Meyers, of the Boepple button
factory, moved his family and house
hold effects to Davenport Monday,
where he has accepted a position in
the newly established factory at that
Kobbed tbe Grave.
A startling incident of which Mr,
John Oliver, of Philadelphia, was the
snbjectis narrated by him as follows
"I was in a most dreadful condition
My skin was almost yellow, eyes
sunken, tongue coated, pain contin
ually in back and sides, no appetite
gradually growing weaker day by day.
Three physicians had given' me up.
Fortunately, a friend advised trying
.ciectric liitters, ' and to my great joy
and surprise, the first bottle made a
decided improvement. I continued
their use for three weeks, and am now
a well man. I know they saved
my life, and robled the grave of an
other victim." No one should fail to
try them. Only 50 cents per bottle
at Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store.
After you have concluded that you
ought not to drink coiiee. it is not a
medicine, but doctors order it, be
cause it is healthful, invigorating and
appetizing. It is made from pure
grains and has that rich seal brown
color and taste like the finest grades
of coffee and costs about one-fourth
as much. Children like it and thrive
on it, because it is a genuine food
drink containing nothing but nour
ishment. Ask your grocer for
Grain-O, the new food drink. 15 and
ISctbeada A Care.
Bethesda Mineral Spring water is
a cure for Brijrht's disease, diabetes
and kindred affections, and has been
the means of restoring to health many
hundreds of invalids. So well estab
lished is the curative power of this
wonderful water that the most suc
cessful physicians freely prescribed
and fully endorsed it for all diseases of
tbe kidneys or bladder. oold in
sealed half-gallon bottles. Write for
booklet to Bethesda Mineral Spring
Company, "Waukesha, Wis.
T Car CoaatipaUoa Fecwvotv
Take Cascareta Candy Cathartic. lOo or ZSe.
II C C, C. fail to core, drnggisu reload Bxoe j
A5DA LCS1A AIRINGS.
Andalusia, April 5. There will be
a supper given by the ladies of the
uapusc social society lnursday, April
13. at the home of Mrs. Charles Bur-
goyne. The society will meet at 2
o'clock and supper will be served from
4 until 7. .
John Schmidt returned home last
Mrs. John Huntlev spent Sunday
with relatives in Rock Island.
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Huntlev
moved to Rock Island last week.
Prof. Runner and Miss Stacy at
tended the teachers' meeting at "Rey
nolds April 1.
The Easter service at the U. B.
chnrch Sunday evening, April 2. was
Misses Cora Schneider and -Edith
Stropes spent Sunday with the latter's
moiner, Mrs. John Stropes.
Reynolds, April 5. John Markey,
of Beaman, Iowa, ia spending a few
days with his parents. Mr. aud Mrs.
F. G. Wait, of Aledo, was In town
Tuesday buying horses for H. B.
L. Wait, who is studying dentistry
iu Chicago, is home for the summer.
Max Steinhaur, of Preemption,
while out hunting Saturday with a
friend,, met with what will probably
be a fatal accident by tbe bursting of
a gun, the fragments of the barrel
striking him in the head.
The anti-license people held a cau
cus Monday night and made the fol
lowing nominations: For president
of board, James P. Johnson; clerk. R.
P. Wait; trustees, M. Schoonmaker,
John McAdam. G. Haskell; police
magistrate, J. II. McLay.
Tbe entire democratic ticket in the
town of Perr ton, Mercer county, was
elected except that of commissioner
ot highways, Meigs wait, the popu
far supervisor of that town, being re
elected by a majority of 77 votes over
his opponent. M. V. Miner.
COAL VALLKK CILLINGS.
Coal Valley, April 5. Mrs. Gear
hart, of Cable, visited with friends
the forepart of the week.
Miss Clara Hass, of Rock Island
spent Sunday with Miss Maggie Wal
Miss Mary Martin attended Eas
ter services in Rock Island Sun
A party of young people enjoyed
themselves at the home of W lliiam
Peters Monday evening, reminding
him of his 20Lh birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Greer, of
Cable, spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Cook.
Fire broke out in the coal house of
the Methodist church Sunday morn
ing. Ihe names caught on to the
church, and before help could be ob
tained had gained too niucn head
way to be couqnerccl. ' All the furni
ture in the church was saved. It is
supposed that a tramp started the
mere is more catarrh in this sec
tion of the country than all other dis
eases put together, and until the last
few years was supposed to be incura
ble. For a great many years doctors
pronounced it a local disease, and
prescribed local remedies, and by con
stantly failing to cure with local
treatment, pronounced it incurable,
Science has prorcn catarrh to be a
constitutional disease, and, therefore
requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney & Co . Toledo, Ohio, is
tbe only constitutional cure on the
market, f is taken internally in
doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonfull
It acts directly on the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. J hey
offer f 100 for any case it fails to cure.
Send for circulars and testimonials.
F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio.
Sold. by druggists, 75 cents.
Try Allen's Fjot-Kaae,
A powder to be shaken into the
shoes. At this season your feet feel
swollen, nervous and hot, and get
tired easily. If vou have smarting
feet or tight shoes, try Allen's Foot-
Ease. It cools the feet and makes
walking easy. Cures swollen and
sweating feet, blisters and callous
spots. Relieves corns and bunions of
all pain, and gives rest and comfort.
Try it today. Sold by ail druggists
and shoe stores for 25 cents. Trial
packages free. Address, Allen S. Olm
sted, Le Roy, N. Y.
Rbenmatlam Cared In a Iay.
"Mvstic cure" for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3 days
Its action upon the system is re
markable and mysterious. It removes
at once the cause and the disease
immediately disappears. The first
dose greatly benefits. 75 cents. Sold
by Otto Grotjan. 1501 Second avenue,
Rock Island, and Gust Schlegel &Son
220 West Second street, Davenport.
A Queer (?) Medicine.
There is a medicine whose proprie
tors do not claim to have discovered
some hitherto unknown ingredient.
or that it is a cure-all. This honest
medicine only claims to cure certain
diseases, and that -its ingredients are
recognized by the most skilled physi
cians as being the best for kidnev and
bladder diseases. It is Foley's Kidney
Ordinary household accidents have
no terrors when there's a bottle of
Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil in the med
icine chest. Heals burns, cuts,
bruises, sprains. Instant relief. For
sale by Marshall & Fisher.
"Give me a liver regulator and I
can regulate the world," said a genius.
The druggist handed him a bottle of
DeWitt'a Little Early Risers, the
famous little pills. For sale by T. IL
Thomas, A. J. Relss and M. F. Bahn
WHIP APPLIED ' AT CAPITAL.
RepnbUcana Forced Into Line to Pasa
Omnibas Appropriation BUL
The same tactics that brought suc
cess to the party at the polls in Rock
Island Tuesday were adopted by the
republicans in the house at Spring
field yesterday, when by applying the
whip and compelling the party mem
bers to get into line, the omnibus
appropriation bill, including the
Berrv fee, was passed, amid a scene
of intense excitement. Speaker Sher
man left the chair to assume
the leadership of his party upon the
floor as a means of forcing the recal
citrants into line.
The trouble grew out of the item in
the insurance bill appropriation to the
use of the - insurance department
$4,000 for legal services and $6,000
expenses in prosecuting violations of
insurance laws, most ot which goes to
Mr. Sherman went into a discussion
of the merits of the item in contro
versy. He said that under the Alt
geld administration the appropriation
for enforcing the insurance laws had
been placed with the attorney gener
al's office, rather than the insurance
department, for political reasons. He
defended the practice of allowing the
insurance department its own legal
services, and said the board of health
and the railroad and warehouse com
mission were given money for the em
ployment of special counsel. He said
the money was well expended, for the
prosecutions brought into the state a
large amount of money yearly. It
was no valid objection, Mr. Sherman
said, that Senator Berry got some of
the money in tees.
Mr. Cleary, of Jo Daviess, demo
crat, said the contention of the speak
er that the members of the minority
were not responsible for legislation
was unconstitutional and untrue
The members of the minority recog
nized their responsibility. But be
cause they were denied the right to
discuss the bill when on second read
ing or to amend it, thev sat silent in
their seats as a protest against the
action of the speaker in overriding
the rights of the members. Mr
Cleary argued that it was contrary to
the statutes and against the spirit of
the constitution to do what the speak
er wanted done.
E. W. Hurst, of Rock Island, reply
ing to Sherman's statement that the
employment of Berry as counsel for
the insurance department was not
contrary to the law, read a bill intro
duced by Berry that has passed the
senate and is now pending in the
house. This bill provides that "the
insurance superintendent shall pos
sess and have all the powers, and he
may perform all the duties in regard
to the business of insurance in this
state which are now attached by law
to the oluce of auditor of public ac
counts and the attorney general." It
further stipulates that "said auditor
of public accounts and the jittornev
general are hereby relieved from any
duty heretofore imposed upon them
by any law of this state m relation
thereto, and the said superintendent
of insurance is fully authorized -and
empowered from and after the date of
bis appointment and qualification as
such superintendent to perform the
same." The bill carries the emer
gency clause. Mr. Hurst said the
fact that this bill was being pressed
for passage was a sullicient answer to
The roll call was ordered. All the
democrats refused to vote. When the
name of Leahy, democrat, was called
Sherman rose and read a telegram
from him asking to be recorded as
voting for the omnibus bill. The
whole democratic side rose to object
When Allen directed the clerk to re
cord the vote the democrats all shout
ed and shook their fists at him. Fail
ing to get the chair to remove Leahy's
name from the list of aflirmativc
voters, McGoorty went to the speak
er's desk to expostulate with Allen.
Finally 77 votes were secured, count
ing Leahy's, just the number neces
It is interesting and instructive to
read bright and well constructed ad
vertisements. Messrs. C. I. Hood &
Co., of Sarsaparilla fame, must have
been at a great feast and taken every
thing home with them. They are
nsing a bright selection of quaint old
sayings and proverbs as the starters
in a series of clever advertisements,
wherein the proverbs are neatly
turned and paraphrased to tit the sub
ject matter. The public like this
breezy advertising, as it reminds of
other proverbs and opens up discus
sion. Kidney Diseaaee
Are tbe most fatal of all diseases.
Foley's Kidney Cure a guaranteed
remedy or money refunded.
As the season of the year when
pneumonia, Jagrippe, sore throat,
coughs, colds, catarrh, bronchitis and
lung troubles are to be guarded
against, nothing "is a fine substitute"
will "answer the purpose," or is
'just as good" as Oue Minute Cough
Cure. That is the one infallible
remedy for all lung, throat or bron
chial troubles. Insist vigorously
upon having it if "something else" is
offered you. Fer sale by T. H.
Thomas, A. J. Reiss and M. F. Bahn
Deal Tobacce Spit aad Snoc. Tear life Away.
To quit tobacco eaally and forever, be mie
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Our N. & L. Imperial
Our N. & L. Java
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Let us also quote y6u
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Mixed nuts, 3 pounds
Buttermilk soap, per bar..
Enameline stove polish . . .
Rising Sun stove polish..
Heinz's sour pickles, per
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In both medical and surgical cases Is proof conclusive hat our advanced methods cure
where all others fail. Therefore, do not waste time with others, but consult us at once and
regain your lost health. There is a stave in every disease that cnn be cured.! fcnxvtt
you passed that statref If not. do not experiment anyl onyer. but consult us at once, l ur
thermore. we offer 11.000 to any one proving our credentials false. We make It an object
to investigate ours. No other specialist offers such a fair proposition. ONLY CURAULE
CASES TAKEN. Best of reference and credentials If you cannot call, write. Hun
' dreds cured by mail Hours to 12; 2 to 5; 7 to 8. Sundays, 11:30 to 1:30. -
OFFICE 124 WEST THIRD STREET, MTUIXOUGH BUILLIXG, DAVENPORT, IA
I Brings Bargains, f
We are now busy getting in our spring "$f
stock. There are many snap bargains In
our stock upou which prices have been J
placed that will merit your attention. The
receiot of new oods make the old ones 2
move and we have
ifj. will make them go
SHOE SNAPS IN
U i Come auicklv and
nocket book a favor.
WRIGHT & BARBER
SPRING WALL PAPERS.
The Adam's Wall Paper Co.'s display of fine
new wall papers surpasses anything they have
ever shown before. A finer line at lower prices
than ever before, Be sure and see the latest
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO...
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Book Island. 111.
Incorporated Under tbe
M03TEY WAITED 03 PEES05AL COLLATES IL OS SEAL E3TATE SEOTJEITI
J. VL Buford. president,
John Crubaugh, Vice President.
P. Greenawalt, Cashier.
Began business July z, 10, and occupy the
B. K. corner ot Mitchell m Lynda's
new building. '
3 pounds of jelly 9c
Honey Drip syrup, per
Sorghum, per gallon 35c
Good rice and raisins, per
Canned peas, 5c," 7Jc and
3 for 25c
Fancy patent flour, per
Garden seeds in bulk.
Twentieth St. 'Phone 1030,
DR. J. E. WALSH,
T,iUe of Chicago, former
ly Surtreon-tu-Otalefol St.
put prices on them that
vou will do vour
310-314 Twentieth Street.
Foar Per Cent Paid
. H. 8. Cable, Wm. wnmertcrj
' John Crubaucb, ltll Mitchell,
- H. P. Hull, L. Simon,
' E. W. Hurst, . JJ M. Huford
BoUeltora Jackson Burn.