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THE AEGUS, WEDNESDAY JANUARY. 21, 1903.
THE AEG US.
Published Daily and Weekly at 16J4 Second
Avenue, Rock Island, I1L Entered at tne
Poitofflce aa Second-class matter.)
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tative character, political or religious, mutt
hare real name attached for publication. No
Rich articles will be printed over fictitious
Correspondence solicited from every town
ship In Rock Island county.
Wednesday, January 21.
The bacbull war safely escaped
The llujrue tribunal. Or was it Tlie
Hnyue tliat safely esea (ted'.'
It lias been discoered that crude
petroleum cures lockjaw, lint it has
not et milimbered the set jaw of the
Standard Oil company.
It has been argued that the battle
of New Orleans would never hae been
foiijrhl if Ihe Marvoni system liad
been in operation. Then it is a jfoud
IhiiifT it wiisn't.
The ileniocrats paid a fine and well
desered honor toConjressinau James
K. William- in the Illinois legislature
yesterday by trivinjr their compliment
ary vote for Tinted Sts:es senator.
Ti.e Illinois assembly has full infor
mation as to the coal combine in the
work of the special jrrand jury in C"hi
cajro. If it will pass amendments to
the anti-combine ait that will make
it more effective its responsibility will
The offer of. the democrats in the
Delaware legislature to unite with the
anti-Addirks republicans in electinj :i
republican to the senate for the long
term ( four years) and a democrat for
the short term (two years) is credit
able to thrir state pride and patriot
ism. Acc riling to the report of the in
terstate commerce commission the
railway casualties for the three
months ending Sept. .'a. l'MC.;. amount
ed to a total of .i persons killeil and
II. li'.' injure)!. A showing so appall
ing calls for remedial attention on
the part of the great American rail
; way s stems. There is no. good iva
on why traxeliiig should be made so
much more perilous than war.
As wc face tlie World if ehancc and
wonder how sunie men win the bat
tle of life and others make dismal fail
ures, we r.o doubt sometimes reflect
as has the editor of the New York
'om inercia I. who. writing tinder the
influence of poetic remorse, having
"dropped a few" perhaps, says:
Lives of Wall street al! remind us
We could make "mazoouia." too.
If we would but leae behind Us
"Tips" they told n would coiuctrue.
Did von ever feel that wa?
A prominent Philadelphia clergy
man strongly urges all young men
who intend to enter ihe ministry to
learn some trade either before m' af
ter their ordination. He ha examin
ed the statistics, of the arious I'ro
I est a lit denominations anil lias been
appalled by the number of ministers
who are without a charge. He thinks
a trade would be a good thing to fall
back on in such cases, besides stand
ing the preacher in good stead in
many ways while still in the pulpit.
Koine New Tests as to Juror Fitness.
A noteworthy labor case is on trial
in the courts of Chicago, in which
those summoned as jurors are sul
jected to an entirely new test. Tire
case is a criminal action brought by
the state against a number of union
brass moulders accused of conspiring
to injure non-union men who under
took to till the places of strikers in
Chicago foundries some time ago. A
number of important ipiestions as to
the rights of men are involved, and
prospective jurors are required to
answer the following questions satis
factorily before they are accepted:
"Do you le!ieve that 'all men are by
nature free and indeendent. and have
certain inherent and inalienable
rights among these are. life. Iilerty
and the pursuit of happiness. and
that no K"rson shall be deprived of
Jife. liberty or property without due
process of law?"
'"Do v on believe that labor is pro
perty mid the laborer has the same
right to sell hiss labor as any other
"Have you any prejudice or feeling
against the man who takes the place
of a striker and works for a company
when the men are out tin a strike?"
"Do you believe lhat in litis country
every owner of property may work it
as he will, by whom he pleases, at
such wages and iivu such terms as
he can make: and that, every laborer
mav work or not as he sees tit. for
whom and at such wages as he
pleases, and that neither can
dictate to ihe other how he shall use
his own. whether of property, t-iuie
This is said to be the first time ju
rors have been put to such a test, but
the propriety of the questions in the
case on trial will le generally recog
nized. The principles involved in the
interrogatories are important factors
in such a case. Intelligent applica
tion of individual rights is necessary
to qualify one to sit in judgment oh
the facts at issue.
The West Outstripping the lOast.
There are multiplying evidences
that industrial energy is greater now
in Ihe middle west than it is in the
east. New York has long been Ihe in
dustrial center of Ihe I'nittvl States.
Of the recent evidences noted the la
test is the fact that in the year W2
there was more work of construction
iu Chicago than there was in New
Statistics compiled by the Construc
tion News, a carefully edited indus
trial puin-r of Chicago, shows that in
l!l)i only seven out of twenty cities
show a loss for the year. The most
startling- decrease is in New York,
while Chicago's increase is large. In
New York. including the boroughs of
Manhattan and the lironx. permits
were taken out in V.Hf for tlie coin
Nt ruction of 4.2(lli buildings, to cost
$!..UilU:si. against. 4,107. involving :P
cost of $11CXM)..VJ.'. in P.tOl. a decrease
iu cost of 1s per cent, while in Chica
go permits were taken out for li.074
buildings, involving an expenditure
of $4S.()70.::ttl. against O.tKS.. involving a
cost of $;!4.'J 1 I.77j. an increase of '!."
These are facts that tend to prove
that westward the star of industry
seeks its wav.
TIPS TO TRAVELERS
One hundred miles shortest to
Chattanooga, Queen & fcrescent
Queen & Crescent fast line tc Bir
mingham and Mew Orleans. Two fast
Only through car line to Asheville,
X. C, Queen & Crescent route and
Southern railway. . ,
Queen & Crescent service Cincin
nati to Atlanta and Jacksonville, the
best in the country.
Homeseekers excursions the first
and third Tuesdays to points in Min
nesota, Iowa, Nebraska and Dakota
via the" C, M. & St. 1. railway.
Clieap Homes Id Texas and Arkansna.
Along the Cotton licit. Uoute laud
that can be bought for $:.o0 and $.VlHf
an acre and up cut-over timber
ground that makes good grazing land,
furnishing range ten or eleven months
of the year, farming laud for corn,
wheat, oats, cotton some of it. pe
culiarly adapted to quick growth atid
early tnatiirity of fruits and vegeta
bles, such as peaches, pears, plums,
strawberries, tomatoes, potatoes, on
ions, cabbage, melons finding good
markets in the north at fancy prices,
on account of excellence of quality
and earlier maturity than in other
sections. An ideal place for the man
of small means cheap fuel, chea
building material, long growing sea
sons, short, mild winters a land of
sunshine anil plenty. Let us send you
literature descriptive, of this country.
"Homes in the Southwest." "tilimp-
scs, of Southeast. Missouri. Arkansas
and X. W. Louisiana. I'hrouirh Tex
as with a Camera." "Fortunes in
rowing Fruit ati'l Vegetables." "The
Divcrsier," a fruit and truck growers
On first and third Tuesdays of each
month the Cotton licit IJoute will sell
one-way tickets from Louis
Thebes. Cairo and Memphis, to points
in Arkansas. Louisiana md Texas, at
half the one-way rate plus- $:2.()0. or
round trip tickets at. one fare for the
round trip plus .:.'.(M), allowing sto-
over going, and -I days return limit.
For full information, address
K. W. LaMEAL'.MK,
O. I. & T. A.. St. Louis, Mo.
New Century Comfort.
Millions are daily finding a world
of comfort in liucklen's Arnica Salve
It kills pain from burns, scalds, cuts,
bruises, conquers ulcers and fever
sores, cures eruptions, salt rheum,
boils and felons, removes corns and
warts; best pile cure on earth. Only
2j cents, at Hartz & L'llemej er's drug
A Sclent I lie Discovery.
Kodol does for the stomach that
which it is unable to do for itself,
even when but slightly disordered or
overloaded. Kodol supplies the nat
ural juices of digestion' and does the
work of the stomach, relaxing the
nervous tension, while the inflamed
muscles of that organ are allowed to
rest and heal. Kodol dige'sts what
you eat and enables the stomach and
digestive organs to transform all
food into rich, red blood.
Harper House pharmacy; A. J.
Heiss drug store, corner Seventh ave
nue and Twenty-seventh street.
Many' children are poisoned aud
made nervous and weak, if not killed
outright, by mothers giving them
cough syrups containing opiates. Fo
ley's Honey and Tar is a safe and cer
tain remedy for coughs, croup and
lung troubles, and is the only promi
nent cough medicine that contains no
opiates or other poisons. All drug
gists. Not a dollar need be paid until
you're cured. Get a package of Rocky
Mountaiu Tea. If it- fails to make you
well, and keep you well, it don't cost
a cent. 33 cents. T..H. Thomas phar
DAILY SHORT STORY
A Touch of Russia
Copyright, 1902. by C. B. Lewis.
Soon after reaching St. Petersburg
on my globe circling trip I found an
American who had just arrived that
morning, a man from Stamford, Conn.,
named Joshua II. P.idwell. He was the
Inventor of the wire clothesline and,
having patented it in Kuglaud, France,
Germany and other foreign countries,
had arrived in Russia wii-t the same
object in view, lie was a thorough
Yankee from top to bottom.
I had scarcely shaken hands with
him when he informed me that the po
lice already had a spy on his trnck
"I'm here on straight business, I
am. I'm here to patent and sell the
right to manufacture the only galvan
ized wire clothesline ever invented. If
the police let me alone, I shan't hurt
anybody, but if they tackle tne they'll
wake up a barnful of bumblebees."
It was Mr. Bid well's Intentions, aft
er knocking about for two or three
days, to visit the American legation
and solicit advice on how to proceed to
get his patent. We set out to St. Pe
tersburg In company. It was the cause
of our coming to grief. The spy who
had been following him appeared to be
more alert than before; but. fearing
that Bidwell would do something rash,
I did not mention the fact of our lieing
dogged. He did not catch on until the
afternoon of the second day. We then
were knocking about on foot and were
in the national aquarium when he
walked straight tip to the spy, tapped,
him on the shoulder and said:
"Look here. Mister Man, have you
any business to transact with us':'
He spoke in English, and the Rus
sian could not understand a word of it.
He evidently got the drift of things,
however, and seemed greatly surprised
and annoyed at being addressed Iu that
We went out, turned Into Warsaw
place and entered a wineshop. Bidwell
presently went to the door to see if the
spy was around and almost bumped
"Now, then, you mean looking sou of
a gun, but this Is a little too steep!" ex
claimed the Yankee. "I gave you fair
warning, and now"
He seized the fellow by the shoulders
and slammed him about In a terrific
manner, hut it wasn't more than a
minute before five or six policemen
were at hand ami both of us were un
der arrest and leing hurried away.
We were first taken to a police sta
tion about four blocks distant. There
we were searched, stripped of every
article that our clothing might be over
hauled aud held for about an hour. We
were not questioned at all. and if the
official in charge understood anything
we said he did not betray the fact. Bid
well was so provoked by the situation
that he fired a. whole broadside of Con
necticut oratory into the official, ending
up by threatening a suit for $100,000
damages, but he might as well have
saved his breath, liy and by we were
taken to headquarters under a strong
pscort and there ushered into the pres
ence of the chief of police. We were
taken iu singly. My turn came first.
The chief consul led a memorandum
"You arrived iu St. Petersburg on the
9th. Yon claimed to be an American
tourist. You received a letter from Par
is on the 10th and one from Hamburg
on the 11th. Y'ou have spoken disre
spectfully of the police to the proprie
tor of the Park hotel. You were very
disrespectful toward the officer who
was ordered to follow you about. lo
you wish to leave St. Petersburg by the
I replied that I had come to visit the
city as a tourist and had planned to re
main for at least a mouth.
The chief touched a bell, aud two
police officers appeared. Out of my own
money they bought me a ticket for the
German frontier, and both rode with
me for the first "loo miles.
What happened to Bidwell I. learned
long afterward from his owu mouth
and through the American press. He
thought It beneath the dignity of a free
born American citizen to bend the knee
to the autocrat of St. Petersburg. The
charge against him was more serious.
His baggage at the hotel had been
overhauled, and his samples of wire
clotheslines were at once "spotted" as
a menace against the peace of the
czar. He also had laid violent hands
ou the sacred body of a police spy, and
that proved him a desperate man If
not a conspirator. He was defiant
when put on examination, and the up
shot was that he was taktu 1o tho
fortress of St. Peter to be held for
further investigation. That simply
meant to be held at the pleasure of
the chief of police. No papers were
ever served ou him nor was he ever
taken into court. He was put Into a
dark, damp cell, confined to prison fare
nnd treated like a criminal. It was
three months before he saw any other
face than the jailer's. Then a police
official came to ask him If he would
Igree to leave ltussia and never return
fti case of release.
"Not by a long shot!" was his ready
reply. "For every month you hold me
in here I'll demand $"i0,000 extra, and
if Uncle Sam doesn't back my lawsuit
every Bidwell In Connecticut will move
out of the country."
At the end of seven mouths he was
set at liberty. He started for the
American ! gation, but was intercepted
and taken to the depot and forced to
enter a train. Two officers accompa
nied him to the frontier, and he re
ceived such a solemn warning against
attempting to recross the line that he
never tried it. He filed a claim on
rettbLag the Uaited States, but it was
pemWkoled. a.nd heard of no more.
HEALTH IS WEALTH.
UK. GEORGE B. WOOD.
(iOOl) HEALTH is the soil from
which springs flowers of mental, phy
sical anil spiritual loveliness. From it
grows, with luxuriant naturalness,
self-consciousness, cheerfulness, am
bition and energy. The man who has
youth in his heart, pure blood in his
veins and cheerfulness, ambition, en
ergy and self-confidence in his make
up.is worth more to himself, his fam
ily, his friends and his couutry, than
is the broken-down millionaire with
all his wealth. Man enters the world'
with nothing, his entire life is spent
in strife for gold, always to the detri
ment and often to the destruction of
UKALT1I, HAPPINESS AND MAN
HOOD, which are his most valuable
T11F.SF, SYMPTOMS A UK Till' DAN
Tlici'c who have violated nature's
laws: Your memory is poor, your
heart beats irregular. you worry
about nothing, extreme nervousness,
tired feeling, mental depression, star
tled iu vour sleep, always expevting
Ihe worst to happen, di.iness. head
ache, hate society, rather be alone.
loss of energy and ambition, the.
world seems against you and living is
up-hill work. These and many other
alarming symptoms are indications
of tlie general undermining of your
sy stem. You must be cured. Your ref
uge lies in the
Wood Medica.1 Institute.
Our treatment is based upon na
tural laws as rational and logical as
those that govern ihe universe, and
restores ihe nerve-wrecked and un
happy victim to health, robust man
hood in a short time. We are thor
oughly familiar with every treatment
in vogue for these diseases, and know
from actual experience that we can
give you the .quickest, safest and
surest cure known to medical science.
The fact that you live out of town
and canrtoi visit our office, need not
deprive you of the benefits of our ser
vice if in need of treatment for any
of the ailments cured by U-.
Write for free symptom blank and
hook if vim can't call.
Wood Medical Institute,
E. B. OLIYKIt. M. (".. M. D
GEORGE B. WOOD. B. S.. M.D.
I ON S 1' LT IN G PI 1 Y S I C 1 A N S.
Hours: 0 to 12; 1:30 to 4; 7 to 8.
Sunday. 10 to 1.
Second Floor, Hibernian Building.
42:5 Brady Street. Davenport, la.
THK TRAVKXEKH UUIDB.
C1HICAQO. RiCK ISLAND
J & Pacific Railway Ticket
can be purchased at City
Ticket office, 1818 Second ave
nue, or C , R. L & P. depot
Fifth avonue foot of Thirty
Peoria branch depot, root oi
fwc -lietn street. Frank H. Plummer, C. P. A.
I AST. WEST.
Golden State 1. mlted i
Denver Limited & Omaba..
?. Worth, Denver &K C.
tOrn ah a & Minneapolis....
Colorado & Omaha
Jes Moines & Omaha
JeoTer, Lincoln & Omaha.
lea Moines Express
3t. Paul & Minneapolis....
Denver, Ft. Worth & K. C.
tKansas Ctty.St Joe dt Calif.
(Rock Island & Washington
Gbicaeo & De8MolE?s
Rook Island & Brooklyn A o
tOmaha & Rock Island....
El Paso & San F'rancisco. .
tCedar R.pids, Tipton
t 3:4ft am
t SrJO aa
It 10:30 pm
t h:40 am
t 7:50 am
it 7:00 tim
' 3:00 am
t 2:15 pm
It 9:65 pm
t 9:25 am
t 3:00 am
t 6:52 am
t 9 25 pm
t 6:57 am
t 8:25 pn
t 3:20 pm
t 9:25 am
it 43 pm
ROCK ISLAND AND TKORIA VI VISION
Trains leave TweLtieih street station Male
ne trains start from main depot on FlUn
ivenue 5 minutes In advance of time Riven.
Peoria. Springfield. St. L.
Peoria, Springfield. Indian
)hj Us. Cincinnati. Bloom
lngton. St. Louis
8:10 ami 9 40 pre
eorla, Indianapolis, Cin
J able & Sherrard Accom.
3ablo & Sherrard Accom.
8: 45 am
Ap-ItbJ. tOeparture IDaily. except Sun
lay. Pbone West 1093, West 1128, West 1423.
CHICAGO, BURLINGTON &
Qulncy Depot Second
avenue and Twentieth street
Id. J. YOUNG. Agent.
FRANK A. HART.
Pasasenger A sent.
LIAVB. ) AHB1V
"St. Louis, Sprlng&eld.
Ualesburg, Peoria and
Sterling, Mendota and
6 31 ait
t6:05 am I t":35 am
t2:60 pmftll.lt pm
s72S pmj 7:10 pm
t7:25 pm, t7:10 pm
7:40 pm i '6 25 am
t7 00 am t7:00 pm
s7KK) am; 7:00 pm
eorta, Beardstown, Bur
lington, envcr and
. Louis, Kansas City.
Denver and Pacific
tterilng and points In
tubuque, Clinton, La
Crosse, Ek Paul, Minn.;
. and N. W
Jllnton, Dubuque, and
Jllnton and Intermediate!
stop at Pock Island 25 minutes for meals.
Dally. tDally except Sunday.
& St. Paul Railway. D.,
R. L & N. W. passenger sta
tion at loot of Seventeenth
itrMt nnnr W Wond.
SZSZPlll agent. The trains for Du-
buque and points north run
via Illinois side of river.
Trains for Freeport and Milwaukee will run
rla Davenport. Clinton and Savanna.
All trains will connect at Savanna for points
j ant and west.
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas
Ou buque and St. Paul Pas-
II 50 am
freeport Vx press
All trains daily except Sunday
Pacsenirers for points beyond Savanna will
DUB CODDCVlivu' mmuK m ' m iu. uw pi .
riving at 8.47 p. m. via Iowa side of the river. 1
Goes the selling in this greatest of JANUARY CLEARING SALES. As
the sale progresses and the lots grow smaller the price gets smaller. Note
these prices on up-to-date clean merchandise. It's almost like finding money.
There will be a crush. Come early if you can.
Ladies' and Misses Felt Walking
Hats and caps, worth up to $1.00.
Clearing them out 5C
Ladies all wool Fur Felt Walk
ing Hats, anil Children's fancy
Hata. worth up to -a f
$1.50 at ,
Infants warm Fancy Silk Hoods
and Bonnets, worth up Otr
to $1.50 for
SHEETINGS AND PRINTS
Great Clearing values at low
850 yds. Lonesdale and other
choice muslin?, t?Or
10 yards-for OVC-
620 yards Pepperel R. Brown
muslin. 10 yards
935 yards assorted 0c dress
prints, 10 yards
T30 yards Pepperel brown sheet
ing. 2V4 yards wide
450 Cotton Batts.
5c value, at 3 for . . .
Wilson Bros. I.om n:5.1
1.50 colored dress snirts
Men's 42c lined
Men's suspendc r.-s. 25c
ones, new patterns 1
Children's natural wool under
wear; worth from 30c to CSc
c hoice at 44c,
Men's 4Sc underwear
LINENS, TOWELS. Etc.
All odd lots must go.
Note these clearing prices
Turkey red table cknh.
60-in. bleached dam
Stevens all-linen crash.
Odds and ends of towels, 5
lots for quick clearing,
20c. lS'.c. 9'sC. 5c and...
75c tapestry table
More clearing bargains.
75c French f.annels. fancy pat
terns, about 300 yds., tf
choice f t
9Sc to 1.25 black dress goods,
15 pieces to close quick 39C
l.OOfi vards fancy n-aiM cloth
orded and tucked, Persian an
plain stripes, all
color, f'r yard .
CLOTH BOUND BOOKS. 5c
We throw out a lot of cloth
bound books by well Uown authors
all at one clearing qj-,
Tablets at 4c 2c and 1c.
Clearing out all the odd lots of
tablets that have sold from Sc to
15c at 4c, If
can be overcome and
the dreaded disease
expelled from yout
system by the use ol
Fo Gale and Guaranteed Only By
HARPER HOUSE PHARMACY.
S15 to $60.
The price of Kansas lands have
doubled in the past five years. They
vill double apain in the same number
of years. "Write us if you want a
food farm at cheap prices.
GARDNER & STICIIER,
''N&bsho Falls,"' Kansas.
fr" fJs e3
E3 WnacKISLANU. LL
Clearing sale in this department
means a lot to careful housekeep
ers. See here:
Full 100-piece dinner sets, worth
$9.00. Clearing Sale A. Ts
Neatly decorated, in tasty pat
tern, on pretty shapes not the
heavy old fashioned ware a ij
worth $9.00 for ..TJ O
Real gold band tea cups and
saucers, splendid values, fif
six for SJvrC
Good plain white cups and
saucers, set of six 25C
"Pretty small parlor lamps with
irlobe and vase to match, Dtted
with burner and chimney com
plete. Clearing Sale
5-quart retinned milk pans. Clear
ing Sale price (not 7 C
15c) but "
Extra heavy charcoal tin 12 quart
pails, such as country
dealers sell for 30c
No. 9 tin wash boilers
the 75c liind
Good brown japanned
5-quart retinaed preserving ket
tles, not 19 cents 1 Or
but 1 VfV
The extra good quality shell
paper. Clear it out at not 'y.
5c, but per piece
Best quality medium lunch boxes
20 cent ones
Very handsome fine large center
3raft parlor lamps, fine decorated
globe and vase to match, worth
$3.00, in this sale
Real china cuspidors, beautifully
decorated.. Clear em
Hundreds or other bargains like
these in our Crockery Clearance.
CARPETS AND RUGS
Never before so cheap.
All-wool Smyrna rugs, large size,
worth 2.25, only 19 left. f ff
Small lot Brusseline rugs, for
quick clearing we J 9C
ix9 ft. great big art wool art
squares, very Q5
cheap at .VO
All short lengths, fine velvet and
Axminster cariets, worth 1.15 yd.,
to close quick. iSOC
yard U Vw
All-wool ingrains, best H8c and
75c grades what short lengths are
Cane seat chairs, f
left only UOW
SHOES AND HOSIERY
These are onky a few of the clear
ing sale bargains.
59 pairs ladies kid shoes
worth 1.50, per nalr. .
One lot child's heavy sole kid
shoes, 75c 7f
65 pairs men s and women's leath
er 6lippers, to close , 3C
About 20 doz. ladies' hose,
oz. ladies' hose,
A Well Stocked Cellar
SIMON LEWIS'. RETAIL LIQUOR STORE
Market Square, Corner Seventeenth Street ami Third Avenue.
t B. WINTER.
Wholesale Dealer in PURE WINES AND LIQUORS.
WAUKESHA AND COLFAX MINERAL
X Manufacturer of WINTER'S CELEBRATED BITTERS.
1618-1618 Third Avenne, Rock Island. 111. J
HERE AND THERE
Clearing bargains at very low
Window shades on spring roller,
with fixtures complete.
32c Liberty satin ribbon. 100
pieces, all colors CTr
per yard IOC
12c satin and taffeta ribbons,
per yard OC
30-inch Stamped Pillow Shams,
hemstitched, worth i a
25c at 1 UC
Wool Barege Veiling f
5 yards for 1 C
50 dozen pairs Indies' $1.00 Kid
Gloves, not all sizes, pa
while they last, pair OUL
CLOAKS, SUITS, WRAP
PERS, GOWNS, Etc.
Bound to sell all odd lots.
Everything we wUl not carry
over prices cut to pieces.
97 good Calico Wrappeis,
braid trimmed 50
All odds and slightly soiled
aprons, worth to $1.00, br
Children's fine tennis -t
gowns for IOC'
Ladies' .,..25 fancy tennis Gowns
oddi and ends of a dozen lines.
Clearing 'cm cut at EOr
each u OVC
Ladies" good warm Coats silk
and satin lined, worth up to $10.00
only C5 left pick'em -a f
23 biack cloth dress skirts, satin
and braid trimmed worth $3.50
only 23 left to sell at Or-r
Elegant Monte Carlo ami other
stylish coats, worth up to $15.00
will get a quick good bye a V 7
at, each T-.O
Indies' v aluing and dress Suits,
broken assortments some of them
havo sold ii-s high as $20.00. Your
choice in this clearing Q 7C
sale at U.IiJ
Small ware?, etc., cheaper than
Ladies' solid leather f
pocket books "C
Full si.e perfect stoc kinet
75c large size Of
Coke's Dandruff Cure, 'Xr'
per oz JV
Best St. Thomas bay rum, tZf
per oz O
Hoyt's German cologne, g-
per oz OCr
Famous Lana Oil Toilet
soap, per cake OL
Best 10c Corduroy and Velveteen
skirt bindings, al! colors, -y
per yard OV
Cube pins, large
10c size yt
Good steel knives and forks, as
many as you like, while a
they last, each tC
Silverine tea spoons Cr
worth 2c each, six for OC
Good big fine shape steel 7y-
butcher knives, each C
is a Joy Forever vv
We are in si1ion to do tlie
Vloi-kin," no matter what
yimr preference in vinous and
pirituis liquors. What we sup
ply in the way of whi.-kh-.s,
wines, brandies and cordials
w ill delight you and your rue.t.s.
Sample your favorite drink
here and wo will certainly
your order, which we will lill
promptly and correctly.