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TH23 AnGrTJS. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 17, 1901.
C Q O O O O Q
Quality and make, c
McCoy & Co;, N. YJ
S. M- AKNDT & CO..
1705 Seoond Avenue.
AS SAFE AS
We Desire to Call Attention to the
Fact that We have Con
stantly on Hand
First Mori sage Loans
In sums of $200 and npwards, on
larras and other choice real estate.
running five years.
The following: is a partial list of
completed First Mortgage loans on
band, which we now offer for sale,
subject to previous telections. These
loans have been carefully selected,
nnd are lirst-ciass in every respect
They are 5 and 5 per cent net to the
investor. We have other loans to
oder if these are not in amounts to
suit the investor.
A mount of
Fair Cash Vnlxie
Ka. of Acrts
The securities wo offer are epeo!.l!T
Adapted for toe iavrstment of trust rundx,
LSI the Investment of suviDtp. as our personal
a ten lion to all details of tea loan, from its
date to its maturity, relieves tbe Investor
from all annoyance, exaept to present his
ro ipon to u for collection. l"ot further in
formation call at tee ofnee of
Elmore W. Hurst,
t's a ot Subject
To talk about, but we are mu
tually interested in SUMMER
PRICES FOB WINTER FUEL.
Is our principal article for all
heaters, but we are pushing PO
CAHONTAS, INDIANA BLOCK
at less prices for furnaces.
We Want Your Order
E, B. MCKOWN.
Fifteenth street and First Avenne.
At Very Low Rates to More
Taao 60 Points in
OS TBE POPULAR
Big Four Route
V 111 Lea re Pcoil oa Regular Trjinaof
Tuesday, Oct. 1, 1901.
Tickets first-cl-w-s and rood 30 days for re
turn. Tr lave I'eurla at 7-10 a. m., u
boob and 8 p. m. Pullman sleep rj on 8 p. xr.
ii.u m v.v.iatl Dityton and Unumbit,
To rough coaches on alt trails Eiu WIT a
good ualn service on the return trip. Keep
tola Important feature la mind woen selecting
your route, and as your local uxeaia for
tickets ia tbe "Big 4 " Or addres.
C'BABLES 8. LKol.I.TTB.
T. P. A. Peoria, IU.
Bowel Troubles. Diarrhoea,
Colic. Cholera and kindred
ailments should ba promptly
treated by taking internally,
as the disease appears that
wonderful cme. MULL'S
LIGHTNING PAIN KILLER.
It never fails, and is safe for
cuild or invalid. Get a bot
tle of it now and keep it in
tbe house, a fonietimes sum
mer complaint pet in their
deadly worklefore you know
it. A 25c bottle may save a
life. Ask your druggist or
The Li;iiT.MN; Mkiucink ,
Co , Bock Island, III.
Mull's Oraoo T)ul5 cures Ficlc Headache.
Stomach Troubles, lieat Oeliililj. too a large
Notice of Publication Cnaacvrr.
McCaskrin & HcCaskrin, Attorneya
State of Illinois, i
Rock liand ouity. (
In tee Circuit Court ofRoek Island County,
to tbe Sf ptmber term tbreof. A. 1. laOl.
Telliha liubb ni vs. KUar Kobblns. Ia Chan
Affidavit of non-residence of tbe above de
fendant. Edirar bobbins, bavinz hten duly
cert tied sod sworn to and tiled In the Clerk's
office of tbe Circuit ourt oi said County and
St:ite showing that tbe residence oi the
abov? named Fdear Roblns is unknown and
that du and Diligent Inquiry bas been made
to ascertain tbe same, notice therefore
hereby given to tbe said Don r sident defend
ant that the complainant tied ber bill of com
plaint in said Court, on the cbancerv side
thereof, on tbe l?tb day of Auirut, a. O. I'.KJl
and tbat thereupon a summons issued out of
said Circuit Court of Kock island County.
wherein said suit is now pending, returble
on tbe third Monday In tbe month of Septem
ber next, as is required by law. Now, un
less you, tbe ssid nonresident de
fendant above named Edgar Roboins shall
next term thereof, to be noiden at Rock is-!
itnd.in.'Jv0VnelSi4.1? Counl aJ tte.n
next, and pie a. answer or demur to tbe said
cotrplainants bill of comtlalnt. tbe same and
tbe matters and things therein charged and
stated will be taken as confess-d. and a de-
cee entered strains t you according to tbe
prayer of said bill.
liEORGC W . UAMBLI, Clerk.
Rork Island. DI.. Auif-.st 17. liOI.
McCaskrin St McCaskkim, Complainant's So
PabUcjttlon Notlc Cnancery.
State ef IT 1 not, l
R-ck Island County. "
In tbe Circuit Court. September term. A. D.
Home Building and Loan Association vs. Mary
June Murray ana wiuiam It. Murray. In
Affidavit of non-residence of tbe said Mary
Jane Murray and Wujiana H Murray implead-
ea wun me anove oelenuants cavini? Deen
tiled In tbe Clerk's office of tbe Circuit Court
of said County, notice is therefore bereby
given to tbe said non-resident defendants tbat
be complainant tiled its bill of com plaint in
said Court, on tbe Chancery side thereof, on
tbe 2etb day of December, IWJO, and that there
upon a summons issued out of said Court,
wherein said suit is now pendlncr. returnable
on the first Monday In tbe month of May there
after, and tbat tcereaitcr, to-wit: on tbe 13th
day of aukuu, A. D. 101, an alias summons
Issued out of said Couit. wherein said suit is
Dow pending, returnable on the third Monday
in tbe month of September next, as Is by law
required. Now. unless you. toe Bald non resi
dent defendants above named, Mary Jane
murray at.q w luium m Murray, snail per
sonally be and appear before said Circuit
Court, on tbe first day of tbe next term
thereof, to be holden at Rock Island In and
for tbe said County, on tbe third Monday In
September Dext, and plead answer or demur
to tbe said complainant's bill of complaint,
tbe same and tbe matters and things therein
charged and stated will betaken as confessed,
ana a aecreeenterea against you according to
the prayer of salJ bill.
UMKGI W.UABLE, UierK.
KOCK Island. Illlno s. August 13. 1UU1.
Jackbon & IIcuat, Complainant's Solicitor.
Notice of Publication Cbancsry.
State of Illinois, l
Rock Island County (
In tbn Circuit Court of tbe said County to
tbe September term thereof, A. D. iwoi.
Itertha Bolen vs. Wilson liolen In Chancery,
Affidavit of non-residence of the above de
fendant, Wilson Holen. having been filed in
tbe clerk's office of tbe circuit court of said
county and state, showing tbat tbe residence
of tbe above named defendant Is unknown
and tbat due and diligent Inquiry bas been
made to ascertain tbe same, notice Is there
fore hereby given to to tbe said non-resident
defendant that tbe complainant bas filed her
bill of complaint In said court against you, on
tbe chancery side thereof, on the 1-th
day of August. A. D Idol, and that there
upon a summons Issued out of said court,
wherein said suit Is now pending, returnable
on tbe third Monday In tbe month of Septem
ber next, as is by law required. Now. unless
you. tbe said non-resident defendant above
ramed. Wilson Uolen, shall personally be
and appear be fore tbe said circuit court oa the
first day of the next term thereof, to be
bolden at Bock Island, in and for tbe said
county, on tbe third Monday In September
next, and plead, answer or demur to the aaid
complainant's bill of oomplalnt. tbe same and
tbe matters and things therein charged and
stated will be taken as confessed, and a do
free entered against you according to tbe
prayer of said bill.
UEoar.E W. Gamblk. Cleric.
Rnelr Island, 111.. August IB. A. D. 1U01.
McCaskhim Si McCaskbis, Complainant's
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Via Southern Rout to California thraagh
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O MIIMIPIDAI MiTTrDC
u nu nini i anw. g
City Council Koom, Rock Island, Sept.
1G. The Council met in regular semi
monthly, sohMon at 8 i. iu., Mayor Knox
presiding and all the aldermen present.
The minute of the la regular and ad
journed meeting! were read and approv
ed. Alderman Anderson, from the Commit
tee appointed to draft suitable resolu
tions on the death of President McKin-
ley, reported as follows
Whereas, our late Ixloved President
Wm. JlcKinlcy has been btritken down cultura. There are agricultural col
by the hand of the asasin, whose das- leges, to le sure, whereiu limited in
tardly aet is felt to have been a murder- Rtructiou Is given the wrongly named
otw attack upon the American nation: 4 woakt,r sex: i,ut iu this siugularlv lu-
.IM : it.:. i ,.r
ealamitv a cry of horror and dismay, of
grief and anguish of soul, of iersonal and
national bereavement, is going up from
the hearts of all our people, as of one
man; therefore be it
Mtesolvcd, 1. That, in consonance with
the sentiment of the whole nation and or
the ciyilied world we, the members of
the City Council of the city of Koek Is'"'
and, 111"., actuated by feelings of loyaltyi
and a sense of personal loss in the tin-
timely death of our Chief Magistrate.'
hereby record our high appreciation of
the stainless life, the noble character, the '
sclf-sacnnciiig devotion and distinguished
services to his country, of the late freti-
That, iu her unspeakable grief ana
the'gloom that has darkened her home, jS college. ' Many of the lectures occur
we extend to Mrs. McKinlev our heart-M" the winter, with rigid examinations
felt sympathy, and commend her to thejt the end of each term, while the
tender love of Him, who alone is able to. practical demonstration is done at the
comfort those that mourn. I hostel by the girl. There is only one
".X That we join our patriotic fellow-1 ,nau about the place, a horticultural
citizens throughout the length and justructor, who comes three times a
breadth of the land in the fervent prayer registrv department has been
that Cod Ahuightv mav in his mercy 1 " 1
overrule this affliction for good to our.o?0ncd- 'slne , of ,hc "t1 ve
lreaved and sorrowing eountrv, that j already secured good positions, w hile
He mav protect our rulers from the others have started independently. In
hand of violence, and that this Mrc
chastisement mav vield to us as a nation
the peaceable fruits of righteousness."
(Sisned) A. O. Anderson, Ceo. lute,
Frank liobbiii. Committee.
The resolutions were adopted by an
unanimous rising vote, and another res
olution providing for their engrossment
and sending to .Mrs. Mckinley through
the hands of Private Secretary Cortelyou.
Kcsolutions of thanks and appreciation
from the Davenport Fire Department for
services in the late disastrous lire in that
city were read and copies ordered framed
for the use of the Council and the Fire
Department on motion of Alderman Hob
The Clerk read a petition of E. F..
Lamp and others a.king that the powei
I'"-"" to connect with sewer
! left with the Mayor and I lty Clerk.
deferred to the Sewer Committee and
eity engineer with power to aet.
A petition from Cliannon, Perry & Co.,
for leave to open a paved street, wai
Alderman Anderson, from the Sewer
Committee, reported favorably on the pe
tition for a sewer from Third aveniif to
Seventh street and olfered a resolution
providing for the sewer lieeominjr eity
properlyholders. Herniation adopted.
Alderman Anderson also offered a list
of propertyholders entitled to conneet
with this sewer. List adopted.
Alderman Anderson reported adversely
on the petition of K. If. (Jnver for leave
to l;y a one-ineli iron pipe to a house on
Twenty-ninth street. Alderman Kenne
dy moved ns a substitute that the -ti-tion
le "ranted, and later that the mat
er le referred baek to the committee and
the aldermen of the ward, to report at
the next meetinjr. This last motion whs
Alderman Anderson read an ordinance
granting a telephone franchise to the Il
linois Independent Telephone Co. It
provides for a joliee and fire alarm con
duit free of charge, fifteen telephones for
city use and sixteen telephones police
and fire alarm system, and works a for
feiture of the plant to the. city in case of
attempted consolidation. The limit ot
chiirpe in .f.'lti a year for l!o-k Island
county and Davenport; residences not
more than $'Zi.
Alderman Soderst rom presented a rcso
lution which was adopted providing for
a special committee of five to whom the
telephone ordinance shall be referred,
they to call the aldermen together to
take part in discussions and Anderson,
flail. White, West bay ami Kokhart were
appointed as uch committee by tho
Alderman Westbay offered a resolution
providing for a throtigh connection of a
water )iix on Seventh street und Third
Alderman Andrews offered an ordin
ance providing for the erection of side,
walks in the Third, Fourth. Fifth. Sixth
and Seventh wards. The propcrtyholder
ure given .M) days to do the work them
selves; on failure to act the work to be
done by a tax on Hie frontage, in five an
nual payments at er cent interest.
Immediate consideration was ordered ami
the ordinance passed by unanimous vote.
Alderman (Sail offered a resolution re
quiring the sign of the .I. Cood & Co. lo
be taken from across a sidewalk-. -Adopt
Alderman Andrews offered a resolution
referring the matter of laying a sewer
on Fourteenth street, between First and
Second avenues, to I he Sewer. Commit
tee to report at the next meeting.
Alderman Anderson offered a resolu
tion requiring the smoke test for all
plumbing work. Adopted.
Alderman ' Andrews moved that the
waterworks whistle be blown at 8 a. m.
each eek du5'. Carried.
Mayor Knox stated that a memorial
service for the late President McKinley
will be held on Thursday and asked that
all organizations participate.
Alderman Wilken offered nn ordinance
declaring a nui-anee lots 2 nnd 3 in block
S!. Chicago or Lower addition, nnd pro
viding for its alMifement. Tbe ordinance
was ordered considered and passed by
Alderman Westbay asked for further
time on the (Juiid.m plat and was given
till the next meeting.
Adjourned on motion of Alderman An
il. C. N liatTer,
The I.idr Warnlrk School Tor Wo
urn formers, Xer HrnUlnff.
In Tht Wouiau's Home Companion
Mis- KuotH' tells about - rin Iady
AVam lek Seliool for Women rarmers:"
"In this rural spot, on the outskirts
of Hoadin?. only an hour's run from
l.oudon. the beautiful and aaomp
lislied Countess of Warwick is upousor
Ing a most ociffiual selieine whereby
Eugl.'sh Rlrls may be coached in agri-
terestlng school Iu Engiaml exelusively
" omcu-t.. u, y .,u..u.
If not ,n tl,e world-is a thorough
poetlco practical course, if it may te
so tailed, from the raising of cabbages
and chrysanthemums to the buildlug of
a pigsty and the making of a bay
mouud. These sturdv daughters of
c Ia other words;are fitted to run
, , ' ,
This unique school was opened In
October. 1S!S. The miuimum period
of training Is two years, and at the end
of that time a certitieate is awarded.
TUe theoretical part of the course Is
8Vsteniatirnllv nursued in the airri.-nl-
tural department of the adjacent Kead-
' the meantime the students are gaining
a snug Income by the sale of their
"These girl students nre receiving
more than a scientific course, for tho
social and athletic side is not to be
overlooked. Though some of the stu
dents are up with the lark and at
Warwick hostel thu iark Is scheduled
to soar at precise!. 4 :30 attending to
tasks in Hie field, there are hours dur
ing the day and evening set aside for
recreation. Lively contests in boatiug,
tennis and hockey are arranged.
"That this work Is excellent from the
competitive standpoint of the world
may be acknowledged when It Is said
these fair farmers dote on entering nil
tbe big agricultural exhibits there
about and carrying off a string of the
Mrs. I.o-rreH to Sprnk.
Mrs. Charles Kussoll Iowell of Kew
York will s-ieak at Buffalo ut the Octo
ber meeting of the State Federation ou
"Reformatories For Women." Mrs.
Lowell will be heard at the mass meet- j
ing to be held at the Temple of Music J
on Wednesday afternoon. This will be
the event of the convention. It baa
been planned by Mrs. MJeorge W.
Townsend. the chairman of philan
thropy and one of the local managers
of the convention. Other speakers at
this meeting with their subjects are:
"Claims of Settlements." Miss Susau
W. Walker: "Friendly and Protective
Agencies For Women," Mrs. W. A.
Montgomery, and "Ideals In Kcforin
Work," Katharine Beiueiit Davis. The
tea tendered to the federation by the
board of women matiagers of the expo
sition follows this meeting. The pro
gramme committee bas had something
of a problem to accomplish its work,
for the meeting this year lasts ouly
three days instead of the usual four.
Moat Desirable Home In the World.
Stafford House, the Loudon residence
of the Duchess of Sutherland. Is said
to be. taking everything Into considera
tion, the most desirable of any home in
the world. You can't express the value
of Stafford House In coin any more
than you could put a figure on St.
James' palace. Just around tho corner.
Conceiving such a thing possible. Staf
ford House would bring much the bet
ter rate of the two at an auction sale.
Although It is not so vast as Bucking
ham palace. It Is infinitely preferable
as a place of residence, a fact that the
late Queen Victoria neatly expressed
oh one occasion when she was the
guest of the late Duchess of Suther
land, mother of tho present duke.
"Duchess," said the queen on her ar
rival. "I come from my bouse to your
beautiful palace." Buffalo Express.
Frightened (be Scene.
Referring to the recent Henley regat
ta, a writer la a London journal says
of the American women who were
present In large numbers to see the
contest between the University of
Pennsylvania and Leauder crews:
"What nice, gracious, frank and gener
ous creatures those American women
nre! They took to Henley oue feature
of brightness that we have been with
out all this season namely, color. It
was delightful to see agaiii pluk and
green and blue and yellow flaunting
bravely under the summer sun. Indi
vidually nearly all women look their
best In either black or white, but col
lectively general half mourning has
proved exceedingly monotonous and
has dulled the sea sou sadly."
Worklac, Nlg-at and Day.
The busiest and mijihtiest littlo
thing that ever was made is Dr.
King's ew Life Pills. These pills
change weakness into strength, list
lessness Into energy, brain-fag into
mental power.. Thej're wonderful in
building np tho health Onlj 25a per
box. Sold by Hsrtz & Uilemcyer.
Don't wait uatilyou become chron
ically mntrtif ated. but tako DoWitt'a
Little Early Uiner. now and then
Thej wLl keep yonr liver and bowels
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The snn has ranishod ont of my sight,
And the moments sadly roll.
For my heart ia dark with tho though ot
And the night is in mj sonl.
Tho day ia set and never will rise.
And my heart is sick and (-ore.
For the sweet, sweet light of my trne lore'a
Will thine for me no more.
My very sleep of rest is shorn,
I am full of pain and rare
Sick with the thought of what I hare born
And of what ia left to bear. "
I nee the rose with blnshea fired.
I hear the brook run I y.
But I ura tired, ho sirk and tired,
I almost long to die.
For I know the sun will dry the stream.
And the fiow'ret fade in the frost.
And I know that my drcnni is all a dream
And the charm of the dream is lost
There, will never, never ho any moro light.
For my hn- o :.-;ii l must part.
And my so-..: is d;irk with tho thought of night,
And tilt night is in my heart.
Alice Cary in New Vork Ledger,
NEW YORK'S GROWTH.
The City Uas Nerer Halted Since It Waa
Firnt Fairly Started.
Ernest Ingersoll writes a paper on the
Greater New York, entitled "Reasoning
Ont a Metropolis." for St. Nicholas.
Mr. Ingersoll says:
The people of New Y'ork, Brooklyn,
Stateu Island and certain nearby north
ern towns resolved to join themselves
together into one city, which is now the
Greater New York. It embraces 341
square miles of territory and includes a
population of nearly 8,400,000.
Besides these at least another million
dwell on ;lae New Jersey side of the
Hudson river, quite as near and as
closely identified with the great city ou
Manhattan Island as are those of the
northern and eastern' suburbs. This
makes a population of nearly 4,500,000
which may bo said to belong to New
York, making it not only by far tho
largest center of human life and inter
ests iu America, but, excepting only
Loudon, the most populous spot on the
How has it happened that this vast
city has grown up where it stands?
Why did not the American metropolis
arise somewhere else? Is its position all
an accident, or does history show sound
reasons for its situation? The earliest
settlement hero was merely a trading
station that gradually became a small
seaport, like a dozen others along tho
coast. Before tho year 1700 these were
so nearly alike that he would have been
a wise prophet who truly foretold which
would thrive. Indeed many men of that
day firmly believed that Newport and
Anuapolis were to bo the two great
Great cities arise at tbe poitits where
the greatest number of people find it
convenient to meet at first for business
and later for pleasure. You cannot force
a city to grow in an unnatural or unsuit
able situat ion, and it is no easier1 to pre
vent a city from growing in its proper
place. But the conditions that change a
village into a big town and expand the
town into a city or metropolis are not
the same in different parts uf the globe
and vary with the march of the cen
turies; so that now many an ancient
world market, like Nineveh or Mem
phis, has totally disappeared, while
towns like Berlin have lately increased
with amazing rapidity, after a long his
tory as small and insignificant places.
As for New York, it has never halted
or gone backward for a moment since
it was fairly started on its career in
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Cream Halm is placed Into the nostrils, spreads
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If you are in need of artificial
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Gold Fillings, 1 and up $1,00
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Set of Teeth, $5 nnd up 5.00
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If accustomed to the insipid stock used
in 5-cent cigars smoke
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They are infinitely
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the reason that they ars richer.
They are preferable
ANY NUMBER CAN BE SMOKED WITH EQUAL
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EVERYONE INVITED TO SEE IT
Without Ore Cent of Cost
Come and See It at Once
Will Uae the X Ray in Exam
ining and Treating Patients.
DR. J .ALVIN HORNE'S OUTFIT
A Static and X-Ray Machine A Val
uable Addition to His Equipment
of Modern Appliances Used in
Rock Island should feel that its
doctors are up-to-date, and hereafter
there should be no het-itancy in the
matter of conlidence in local physi-
cians. ana especially so wun in ei-
forts of Dr. J. Alvin Uorne in tquip
piue himself with facilities that will
enable him to make examinations and
treat cases to much better advantage
than heretofore. While the doctor
was in Chicago recently he prrcbased
among a cumber of lale appliances a
static and X-ray machine with all the
modern appliances that will enable
him to use the machine in the treat
ment of many patients. With the at
tachment of a set of imported tubes
and iluoroscopes and imported liari-
um-rlatino-Cyanide screens ne is
able to make an examination with X
rays that is positive as to tbe results,
and in this way he is able to treat pa
tients for diseases where physicians
without this machine could cot al
ways locate the trouble. One of the
principal features' of the machine is
its use for tbe treatment of tubercu
losis. Devoid of electrolytic act ou.
static electricity chielly manifests it
self as a regulator of functions. It
adjusts the normal action of the
heart, respiration, puise, tempera
ture, oxidation, secretion, excretion.
It increases metabolism so tbat a per
son can absorb more oxygen, and the
improv cment in nutrition is avast
power for good, and alone suffices to
correct many morbid states; as gout,
rheumatism, neurasthenia, neuralgia,
anaemia and various symptomatic de
In the X ray treatment or tuoercu-
Ijsis the clothing of the patient is not
removed, yet the rays permeate every
portion of the lungs and with ease ex
popes all sides of tbe chest. Length
of time of treatment varies from o to
This form of treatment has cured a
great many incipient cases and ma
terially benefitted great numbers of
those in the last stages of this mala
dy. At the present time as-
toundingresuit are otingootainea oy
the use of the X-ray treatment.
Tbe machine is used successiuiiy
for the treatment of CANCER as well
as many other diseases of this nature
RHEUMATISM is also absolutely
cured by this means. It is of etp3C
ial value to tbe general practitioner,
who is able to diagnose his cases per
fectly and then treat them for just
what the trouble may be.
It is worth one's while to csu at
Dr. Home's oilice, room 51, Mitchell
& Lvnde building, and examine th?
machine and see where it might be of
benefit to you.
Dr. Home should be commended
for his enterprise in adding such a
costly machine to his well equipped
INGERSOL'S OLD HOME
LEWIS' SINGLE BINDER
PKONIA, I LI
because they don't
It's Quality that Counts.
In Coal It's quality that makes beat, t a
quality tbat retains it. It s quality tbat
makes po&sible consumption of 90 per
cent of the combustible part of it. leav
ing a light, clean ash: lastly, it'squality
that lessens your fuel bills you're not
paying for dirt, refuse or unburnableN.
The coal we handle both hard and t,oft
deserves all the good things we and
our patrons say for it. A ton wUl taJc
as loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZER.
Telephone 11 XX
Tom A. Marsh ail
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