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TUB AUG US, TUESDAY, APRIL., 12, 1901.
Onlv Will Gen. Bell be
Taken From Tellu
ride. SHERIFF CANT DO IT
Civil Authorities Have
Not Men Enough,
!. Coio.. Ajr 1 12 WJifli
S'.ici man M. Pell wn lo-
fii im d th.it Judve Stevens li:i ordered
himself and Captain Wells nrr-sttd
and eonlined in tin- Ouwty county j:iil
on tin cliurue of contempt, he said:
"If Sheriff CorU.-tt tak-w lis to Ouray
ft will Iimvc to ! over the dead lod;es-
of iill tti soldiers under my command
In this cocnty. He 1i:im not got men
enough t do that. The situation de
mands tliat we stay at Tellurlde. Mr.
Ior will m-ver be produced in court
until Governor IValnxIy orders me to
duv), unless he esenies and goes over
the range on snow shoes.'
Will Appijr to tto feiipr.' Court
If the military continues to disre
gard the orders of tlu -ourt uini re
fuse t release I 'resident Moyer At
torney K. F. Richardson, representing
the Western Federation of Miners, will
apply to de state supreme court for
a writ of IuiIm-.-is corpus. 'Hie return
to tlie writ made by General Hell
throu:;h Assistant District Attorney
David Howe, of Telluride, eseiuted' 1)1-4
failure to produee tlie body of Moyer
on tlie ground that he deemed It un
safe to bring Moyer to Ouray or to
reduce the military force in San Miguel
ounty by so doing, and that the piv
erm r luid order. I liiiu to disregard tho
(ir (Jttestlon I Prenented.
Judge Stevens k: il: "The people of
Ouray will rluhtly resent the imputa
tion that General Pell or Captain Wells
,-oiill not come alone and In safety
with President Mover heforcthis court.
A very urine question Is presented as
t i whether it is the .striking iiiiiicnt
nr the governor of Colorado and the
National ; iu.nl tli.it are engaged in
Jnsurrci-tion and reloHion against the
laws of the state. If there is to lie a
niii of military tloqiot ism In this
Ftatc. mid -i i 1 ai:thority is to have no
jurisdiction, the latter might as well
go out of business."
.Iml. Take Kadlral Action.
Ju'ge Stevens ref i:cd to permit the
tiling of the return to the wiit. otdt-red
that Charles II. Moyer he dNeluirged
from custody, issued an order of at
tachment against General Hell ai:d
Captain Wells, assessed a tine of ?o0
cadi, aid expressed regret that the
governor was not lofo;-o the court an
he considered him equally guilty witli
General I'.ell and Captain WellA
Fair tonlprht ami Wetlnes
day; warmer Wednesday.
j. m. siiEim:it,
Temperature at 7
at '2:30 p. m. 4.'..
wheel to H t nes.
For insurance, E. J. liurns.
I5uy a home of Kcidy Pros.
Led .laeket juniis at Wilcher's.
Tri-City Towel Supply company.
F.r bus. baggage. express. call Robb's.
Spencer & Trefz for 'bus or express.
$2 for ladies $'! shoe-, at Adams
Men's $:: o fords ?-'.2'. at Adams
For renl estate at;d ins u ranee E I.
s-prlcg l..t!:.".:i- -ar;et hip at Wii-
Ilaif a caster brake put on at
Fancy st ra Ihttics at Harris r
The mendx-rs of the Noonday Kest
:ir-o-iat ion li;nr been eallett to meet
ith the boani of director.- at the rest
Pririr otir niatcrl.nl and we will
teach you to make your spring tail
or suit or fancy gown strictly up-to-date
In every stxle and fashion.
We are ready t"reeeie pupils
and i-itors. School hours from 9 a.
m. until 4 p. m. For benefit of la
dies employed dining the day we
will rae a uigl.t school from 7 p.
m. until .:.'! p. Io ins T7.
39 McCuII-tugh P.ii'diling. Davenport.
rooms on, Third avenue tomorrow af-
ternoon at 4
$2 a pair at
No place like Adams for real bar
gains in shoes.
Plenty of dresed chickens at Har
(ienune Kentucky blue grass seed
at Passig Pros.
2 srrades of misses slioes a
pair at Adams ale.
A full line of fruits and vegetables
at Harris & (iauley
il..V) -radcs of misses shoes for $1
a pair at .Adams saie.
Two packages of garden seeds for
cents at Passig JJros.
Carpet cleaners. Hock Island Rug
company, both phones.
Choice sweet pea and nasturtium
seed in bulk at Passig Pros.
Remember Passig Pros, have a fresh
supply of bulk warden seeds.
Ice cream and ice cream soda at
Petersen's, 1314 Third avenue.
For tin and furnace work, see II. T.
aiemon, lO-'O t ourtn avenue, union sj.
Cleaning, pressing, repairing1 and
dveimr. New Pant it orium club, lOOfl
Trinity ffiiild will meet with Mrs.
Hall on Twelfth street tomorrow af
ternoon at :2:;'.n.
I'etait Clerks union. No. SI I. at the
regular meeting- last evening- initiated
14 new members.
for firt quality men's hip and
thiirli boots at Adams sale. Others
chartre ." and $".."0.
If you v.i.h beautiful, clear, white
clothe.;, use Ked Cro-s ball blue. Large
-ounce pnckrj'e, .1 cents.
Are your -lotiies fac'.eI? I'se Ued
Cross ball blue end make them white
ifrain. Iir-'i- 2-oum-e ppcka;e. 3 cents.
W. A. Martindale. horsehoer, at
Fort v-.-eeoml street anl Fifth avenue.
does first clas horse clipping by elec
Dr. P. F. Purdue. lTlCr, Second ave
nue. Old phone at otlice. both phones
at residence. Hours. 9 to 12 a. m.. and
to 5 and 7 to S p. m.
Call on Druclviniller for estimate!-
n house painting, j'rices most rea
onable and all work guaranteed.
Phone 5UJG; H07 Fifth avenue.
At the meeting of Kock Island lodge
No. Is. I. O. O. F.. D. F. Kreil was
lectcd representative to the grand
odge. which meet at Sprimrtield.
Try steam-dried fertilizer for lawns,
erardens. truck gardens and farms. In
mo-pound and ton lots. Pwin-City
tendering company, 'phone west 1403.
There will be a plant sale and
traul.crrv ami ice cream social in
the parlors of the First Methodist
hurch Friday. April 15, afternoon and
evenmi' Admission tree.
Malcom McKiniion. lately connected
with the Daienport Times, has taken
the position of editor of the Dacn-
tort Republican, succeeding Eilwarc
'ollins, who assumes his duties a:
ity clerk, to which office he was re
The t -ckholders of the Hock Island
savings hank, at their annual meeting
terday, elected the old board of di-
rectors for another year: K. K. I able
hu Criibaitgh. John Volk. .1. M. P.u-
oril Phil Mitchell. II IV Hull. L. Si
mon. I-.. . Hurst. 1'. iireenawaif.
Mrs. Edward Sttmieen was plcasant-
v reminded of her birthday yesterday
flernoon by a company of tier young
idv frienils calling on her at her
iome. ,.i7 I-ourt ecu t n-ainl-a-na ii
reet. Mrs. Suntleen was presented
handsome Iioman chair as a remem
brance of the occasion.
At the home of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Moeller. I t2rt Fifth
avenue, at 5:. '50 o'clock yesterday af
ternoon, was celebrated the marriage
of Miss Anna Julia Moeller and Charles
Ericksoii. of St. Louis. Kev. D. L. Mc-
Nary. pastor of the I'nited Presbyter
ian church, jwrfcrmed the ceremoiiy
The couple left on the evening tram
for St. Louis, where the groom has a
home prespared for the reception of
A life interest is bequeathed to the
widow. Mrs. Koscttu Simmon, in the
estate, real an l personal, of the late
Jacob Simmon, according to the terms
of his will admitted to probate in tli
county court yesterday afternoon. At
her tleath t h property is to l.c divid
ed among the five children. Peter. .la-
cob. Christian. Phil and Eva Simmon.
Mrs. IJosetta Simmon and Peter Sim
mon are appointed executors of the
will, which was drawn June 1, Is'j'.l.
The committee in charge of the en
tertainment and dance to be given by
Hock Island lodge No. Is. 1. o. O. F..
!.et Monday evening have completed
arrangement for one of the most
promising entertainments ever given
at the hall. 1 he twentieth century
novelties" i m t an ordinary lodge en
tertainment, it is asserted, but will
prrve a surprise to all who attend.
Thirtv-tive people will take part, ami
the affair will occupy two hours. The
movable stage that has been erected
is now in place. The curtain will rise
promptly at o'clock. All Odd Fel
lows an. I their families and friends
will be welcome.
HENRY COUNTY YOUNG
PEOPLE ARE MARRIED
At tho pars.. I :sg.. of the Fir! I'.ap-
tlst i-hureh at l::a this afternoon Iicv.
H. W. Keei!. the pastor, united in mar
riage Koy Kettering, of Orion, and
Miss Esther A. Nelson, of Woodliull.
t leenel to Wed.
t harles Erickson St. Louis
Miss Anna J. Moeller Kock Island
Tlc..!ore H. Rath Davenport
Miss Grace Peck Pa rrinrrton. II!
l.tNvard A. Schmidt Moline
Miss Hilda S. Lindstedt Moline
STILL SEEKING BELIEF FROM
CITY DOWN OH SECOND STREET
The greater part of the session of
the citv council last evening- was oc
cupied with canvassing the returns of
the alilermanic election of a week aijo,
the results appearing1 in the official
proceedings of the meeting- on an
other page of the paper. Another
communication was received from the
Penn Oil company in reference to the
condition of Second street between
Eleventh and Thirteenth avenues lead
ing1 to its plant in that section of the
city. Two and at times three teams
are required to pull half a wag-on load
cm the Mrect. the mud being1 several
inches in depth during the spring and
after rains in summer. At the preced
ing1 meeting1 of the council repairing
of the street was ordered, but nothing
has been done. .1. S. Wilbert. mana
ger for the Penn Oil company, offered
to furnish teams free to haul rock to
Second street from any part of the
city designated by the municipal orli-
cers. .Mayor .Met onochie stated that.
before improvement was undertaken.
it would be advisable to lower the
grade seven or eight inches, then till
in with a foundation of macadam.
llie communication was referred to
the street am!1 alley committee with
power to act. l.nt nothing will be
lone until after the annual appropria
tions are made, a week hence, as there
are no funds on hnno with which to
pay the co.t of the repairing- of the
Doats. down w-re the West ISambo,
aii(! .1. . nn Sant with logs, anl the
Winona anil the Hennepin. P.oats
north were the K. D. Kendall. E. IJut-
ledgv, Winona, West. ISambo and .1. W
The water was stationary at s.20.
The stage of the Mississippi will
change but slightly tit Le Claire and
)nenport. though a rising tendency
vill probably continue.
, feed's Iiuding
Prairie du Chien .. .
Des .Moines l.apid-s.
Uarchaud Wanted to io to War.
Paris, April 32. The Journal Dm
Debuts says that Colonel Man-hand, of
Fnshoda fame, recently offered his res
ignation to the minister of war. Oen-
eral Andre. Man-hand wished to ac
cept an invitation of the Emperor Nich
olas to follow the Itusslan operations
in the Far East, but th minister re-
fusiHi to grant him the necessary per
Ittork Miners Mill at Work.
iJrazil, I ml., April 12. Yesterday was
the day fixed for Mock miners to cease
work unless the bolstering engimfrs
showed mine workers' cards. There
has been no stop in work, and there
IMrt that the engineers have voted to
join the mine workers Is unofficially
confirmed. This is one of the last dis-
tricts to yield.
Ilomllerjr Alleged at Huflalo.
I'.unalo. N. Y.. April 12. At the
meeting of the Imard of council a rosi-
Iut:on was adopted providing for a
con.mittev of three to investigate a
statement made at a recent meeting by
President Smith, of the board, to Hie
effect that 2to.(.iH had lieeu spent
Ko lnko statne for Wh1i Ingr'"".
Washington. Ajrli '2. The senate
has adopted a joint resolution provid
ing for the acceptance of a statue of
General Thaddeus Kosciusko, to be
ere( t d on one of the four corners of
Lafayette square, W;;hingt( n.
None but N-j;rie erd A p j.ly.
T.t using. Mich.. April 12. A pre
liminary certificate of authority has
been issued to the American Fraternal
association, of Detroit, a fraternal ben
efit society which w id con tine its uicm-
borhhip ti colored pers-juji.
atii.nal I-aa Win the Serle.
St. Louis. April 12. Tlie St. Louis
National League team defeated the St.
Louis Americans In the seventh and de
ciding game for the local championship.
Score Nationals 11, -Unerians 5.
Shot a Man for Abmlnf Him.
Tercy. 111., April 12. Pert Davis was
hot Iy a man named Pradley at WI1-
liKville. Davis, it is said, was abusing
lira die when the latter tired the fatal
OicU Pool Room CIod.
Omaha. Neb.. April 12. The Dia
mond pool room has !een closed by
Chief of Police- Donahue, on a writ of
mandamus handed down by the Ne
braska supreme -ourt. declaring that
the place was violating the state lvy
isainst ga lulling.
Mr. InuMn Vt m Candidate.
St Loula, April 12. Mr. Dimie T.
S. Dcnison. of New York, authorizes
le announcement that she will not b
candidate for re-election to the presi
dency of the General Federation ot
Women's Club, which holds its bien
nial convention here In Mar.
tDard. en a Train (joing Ilimr.
Wichita. Kan.. April 12. James NT.
Roland, en tonte to his hom t St.
Louis from Koswell, N. M . where h:
BJ been fur his health, died in his
berth en an east-bound Santa Fe train
near 1LU city.
IFACTORY SIOE SALE.
S Manufacturer's Loss-Your Gain. iSX S
31 here till April 1. In the meantime we bought other shoes to take their olace. so we refused s
Sfc to accept them. The
O at a Big Ked-uction.
INDIES $2.50 i OC LADIES' $:.0) SHOKS 1 tZf
SHOES FOR RmCyJ FOU KmJVJ
OLD LADIES' 2.()0 1 C " .
SHOES FOU I.jU LADIES" $2 PATENT LEATHEI' Cfk
LADIES $.'.(m FIXE KID P OXKOKDS AmJVJ
OXFOKDS ltjU LADII-X' $1.7.-. f C
LADIES' $1.50 1 1 EI .H L1ETS kmtJ
OXFOIIDS 11.0 "
MISSES' 1.50 FINE KID 1 1 C "ss,'-s FINE $1.7.. KID C
SHOES 1.15 SUOl:s
CHILDS' $1.25 KID Q C CHILDS" $1.50 FINE KID f f C
SHOES OjC SHOES LmlJ
LADIES' $1.25 HOCSi: f gf CHILDS 75c KID EZri-
SL1PPEKS ! VU SHOES .-jUC
S Men's Shoes $2.50 and $3.50.
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SCOTTISH BITE MASONS
AT ST. LOUIS FAIR SEPT. 26
If you are talking to a prominent
Scottish Kite Mason in Kock Island
about the world's fair, he is apt to teil
you that he is going to the exposition
in September. He is expecting to meet
President Diaz, of Mexico, ami a lot
of other notables there at that time.
for the supreme council of the 3.'5rd
degree of the Scottish Kite will gath
er at. St. Louis Sept. 2". and it will as
semble a big gathering and in it all
the Kock Island Masons who are eli
gible, and who can get there.
.viention 01 mis meeting is found in
the call just issued for another re
union of the bodies of Scottish Kitt
in the Valley of Davenport, which will
be held in Masonic temple across the
river April 27-20. Its announcement
hows that all .;2nd degree .Masons can
iittend some very interesting sessions
of the supreme council at St. Loui
"The sessions of the council may be
executive, senatorial or consistorial.
according to the character of th
business to be done. Nominations
for the .'I.'Ird degree, or for knight com
mander of the court of honor, are
made in executive session, and the
ceremony of conferring1 the .'5I!d de-
ee is done in senatorial session. For
obvious reasons Masons of the X'.rtl
degree only are admitted to execu
tive and senatorial sessions. The gen
eral business of the council is done in
consistorial session, and to this ses
sion, all .Scottish Kite .Masons or t he
:52nd degree are entitled to admission."
Meeting of Deinoeratic Voters of Thlrty-
thlrd Senatorial District to Nomi
Alcdo, III., March 24, 1904. By di
rection of the democratic senatorial
committee for the Thirty-third sena
torial district of Illinois, the demo
cratic voters of the several counties
of the district are requested to at
tend a meeting to be held at the opera
house in Aledo. III., Saturday. April
1G, A. 1). 11)04, at 2 o'clock p. m sharp.
for tlie purpose of placing in nomina
tion a candidate for representative in
the general assembly to be voted for
at the November election, 1004.
Also for the selection of the demo
cratic senatorial committee for the
Thirty-third senatorial district of Il
linois for the ensuing two years.
Mso for the transaction of such
other business as may properly come
before the meeting.
Every voter residing in the Thirty-
third senatorial district, who is a
member of the party, is requested to
attend this meeting, and every such
voter, if present, will be entitled tc.
cast one vote at such meeting on all
questions and propositions that may
arise at that meeting-.
No proxies will be recognized at
CHAKLES C. SWISHER,
FIIANK M. CAKNAHAN,
Lons i. iiutcii ins.
Democratic Senatorial Committee for
the Thirty-third Senatorial District
"To the Democratic Voters of th
Thirty-third Senatorial District:
cesire to announce that I will ask for
a renonnnation at vour hands for
member of the general assembly at
the meeting to ! held at the opera
house in Aledo. lib, April 10. 1IJ4, at
2 o'clock p. ni. .for the purpose of
for that office.
"GEORGE A. COOKE."
All lo-cent fancy wines, four cents
per drink. All lj-cent fancy mixed
drinks. 10 cents. The biggest beer
and the best. The biggest cood whis
ky in town. Lunch Wednesday and
Saturday nights at George ('.'Witt's
saloon. Twenty-third street and
Land KicantoDi to Oklahoma
Land excursions to Oklahoma will
be run over the Rock Island System
April 5 and 1'J. Jr or further particu
lars, call on or write
E. E. MORGAN,
HENRY J. GREPP,
1410 Fifteenth Street, Moline, EL
manufacturer rather than have the shoes returned let us have them j
Keaa tne prices carefullynothing but solid leather.
AT THE HOTELS
At the Harper Abe Kosenfield
L. D. Wadleigh. C. 15. l ull. Cliarles A
Nelson. J. A. Kaine. Chicago; A. K.
Kosenstock and wife. New York; W
W. Pracknev. Iowa City; E. E. Speii
ccr. Monmouth; S. II. Cohen. Jackson,
Mich.; W. W. Newhall. Kansas City
F. P. Mitchell. St. Louis; II. Hubbard,
Kansas City; P.. E. Sweeney, K. Fitz
gerald. M. Frank. Chicago; S. C. Oif-
ford. Kock Island; M. KlelT. Chicago;
C. E. McElro.v. Ottumwa; A. J. P.lair
New York; O. F. Vordisch. Milwau
kee; J. J. O'Connor. E. E. McCord
Chicago; H. J. Hardin, Peoria: A. A
Martin and wife. Chicago; T. F. Khine-
hart. Indianapolis; (. Sjoberg. Chi
cago; K. Walker. Koston; 1-.. ii. Usee,
Springfield, III.: F. H. iefs; A. W.
Euett, Kewance; J. 15. Fearon. New
York; J. W. Switer, Galesburg: F. L.
Gregg. Kansas City: J. C. Stevens and
wife, DubiKiue; M. Judcll. St. Louis;
Paul G. Schmidt. Iowa City; II. P.
Grcenongh. Cedar Kapids; II. M. Coff
niiin, Davenport; M. L. McMurrav.
New York; II. A. Kogers ami daugh
ter; George Mortimer, Chicago; C.
Van Slybee, Moliue; S. 15. Schuler. New
York; F. S. Webb. Chicago; Miss
Woodin. Kock Island; S. Wilson. Chi
cago; r. S. I ill I in ine : ( . I. .Maegiuvey.
'hiladelphia ; L. llibbard, Chicago;
'arson. Haverhill: W. Y. Seymour.
New York; C. I-'. Taylor; W. E. llrvan.
Kansas City; T. Lindall. Morrison; .
G. Kcidy. F. . Ken-iedy. A. II. Koss.
Chicago; T. W. Gerken. Kochestcr, N.
Y.; .1. P. Peterson. Chicago.
At the Harms ( En ropea n) M. J.
Siout. Detroit, Mich.; 15. L. Crane,
ieorge W. Goodman. Chicago; ('. C.
Mulford. Aurora; G. W. ilurrcH, A. C.
Stickney, Chicago; 'Travis Dale, Loii-
e McColIum, New York; E. F. Kel
logg. Peoria; Emil Diciner, Logans-
port. Ind.; J. W. Vim Dyn. S. .1. Crovv-
y, Chicago: M. J. Whitney. ( incin-
nati; I-.. J. .Voriin, Sydney. Ohio; G.
W. Adams. New York; J. L. Winter,
St. Louis; II. A. M urges. Omaha. Neb.:
C. II. Collins Chicago; II. C. Harber
and wife, Peoria; A. C. Mowry. Chi
cago; 1.. .1. t randall. Kcvnolds: .1. I.
Miller. K. J. Lyons. Ceiiar Falls; S. 5.
Manning, Toledo. Ohio; K. A. Meyers.
John Afton. Chicago; S. P. McNa-
mara. Peoria; Martin Lewis. Coa 1 ;t
ley. HI.; L. J. Newman. Chicago; D. J.
Wilson. V. ( i reenhn u in, Peoria; S. J.
Sidney, L. E. P.ailey, Chicago; James
Dodge. Gertrude nrrcn. New York;
W. Webster, St. Louis; F. E. Coch
ran, JJavcnport; M. I. I onden. M.
j ' 'm?T "4 YjcP-
THE BEE HIVE
FOOTFITTERS, Phone Union
op 307 Twentieth. St. 721-
20S Brsvdy St., DBLvenport. Ia. Phone Norlh 6281
PUR.ITY AND CLEANLINESS
1 ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK?
2 KOCK ISLAND, ILL. $
Incorporated Under tho
Interest Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Heal Estate Security.
J. M. Huford, President.
4 John Crubaugh, Vice President.
2 P. Greenawalt, Cashier.
Began the bu&iness July 2, 1690,
Jand occupying S. E. corner of
Mitchell & Lj nde's new building.
Louis: H. D. J'axton. Chicago: H. A.
exton. Cedarville. III.; John G. And-
levvs, l u rimg I on. Iowa; (. l . Wilson,
Cedar Rapids; S. K. (ilaister. PJoom-
ington; T. E. lletteher. C. E. Mann,
Chicago; Louis Colin. New York; G.
E. Tophani. Chicago; M. J. Weaver,
Cincinnati; M. J. Purccll. A. C. Mott.
Chicago; L. J. nthony, Toledo, Ohio;
Miss E. Marrow. Elgin. III.
At the Kock Island ( European ) W.
II. Van Fossen. Eureka. III.; W. L.
Weatliedill. R. J. Morgan. Chicago; IS.
15. Stone. New York; II. H. Harris.
Kansas City; John Masters. Canton,
Ohio; P. A. Anderson and family,
Sherrard; V. T. King. (i. W. Woodside,
( hicago; A. W. Kelso. S. IS. Allen.
Ro-k Island: James Rohan, Aledo;
tV. L. IJIack. Hanqiton; Mrs. H. Mil-
vine. Mankota; J. II. Davis. Ke
wance; P. II. O'P.rien, Davenport: W.
II. Sassman. Philadelphia; W. II.
Koach, Kevvanee; (J. Thompson. Mo-
THESE FOUR POINTS ILLUSTRATE THE UNEQUALED
ADVANTAGES OFFERED BY OUR IMMENSE AND COM
PLETE ASSORTMENTS, CONTAINING MOST EVERY
THING NEW AND DESIRABLE IN
Tailor-made Suits, Dress and WalKing
SKirls, Shirt Waist Suits, Waists - SilR
Cloth and Covert Jackets, SilR Loose
Fitting Coats in medium and full length,
YCU HAVE NO
SHOW. WE DOoPT
TO BUY BEFORE YOJ HAVE PAID OUR STORE A VISIT
In Our Millinery
We show a line of Trimmed Hats at $1.98, J2.43, $2.93,
$3.98, $4.98, up to $9.98,that are the Beet Values we have ever
shown. We can save you from $1 to $5 by buying your Hat
as to persons are so much a
iiidttcr of good bathing equip
ment that 1 wish to emphasize
our facilities for outfitting bath
rooms with the best and most
sanitary apparatus. In such
cases it is to your highest inter
est to consult us, see samples
here and get our estimates free
STENGEL. "Gfe Plumber
State Law. 4
Per Com J
D I HECTORS
It. K. Cable,
J din Crubaugh,
H. P. Hull,
E. W. Hurst,
L. Simon, Z
J. M. lluf ord,
and nurBt. y
line; C. R. Case. J. McGarvey, Roi k
Island; A. Chester Ta.ylor and wife.
Mrs. L. J. French. William ( ol'.iii and
wife. II. Tusoii. Daniel CliH'ord, Hilly
Williams, New York; Gertrude War
ren. ISoston; W. C. LocMiart and wife.
New York; 1). Eudlcninn. Dayton;
E. Kline, Altoonn; John M. Dyer. P.al
timore; .1. Manlel. Chicago; T. 15.
Law ton, St. Louis; William .1. Storm,
D. Dismel, Haiti re; D. Y. Alls brow.
Port. IS.vron; F. A. Johnson. Cain
bridge; A. C. PfeilTer. Excelsior;
Frank A. L.vnn, Cidumbus; C. Fred
Ilankersou. La Salle; (i. II. Corkcnda 1 1.
( hicajo; Henry Sti-lc-k. J. Jones, J.
Mcfiarvey. Kock Island.
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tion, headache and stomach trouble
positively prevented and cured by Hol
Iister's liticky Mounlaiii 'Tea. Keeps
you well all summer. '!." -ents. T. II.
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