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THE ARGUS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1005.
PuMinhe.t Pally and Weekly at 1624
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By THE J. W. POTTER CO.
TKHXia Daily. 10 cents per week.
Weekly, tl per year In advance
All communications of argumentative
Character, political or religious must
have real name attached for publica
tion. No f jih articlfs will te printed
over fictitious signatures.
CoiTi)iiiuurnce solicited from rvery
township In Rock Island county.
Friday, Nov. 3, 10C5.
The special eiection for congressman
in f-.e Fourteenth district occurs next
Tuesday, Ncv. 7. The democratic can
didate i3 J. Howard Pattee, of Warren
county, a rran who has consistently
served and supported the party for
r.slf a century.
He is not cn'y a representative dem
ocrat. but a repressntative business
man and manufacturer. He is entitled
to your vote and you should see to it
that he gets it.
Make up your mind to vote next
Tuesday and to vote for J. Howard
Sirit.iry f War Tuft will k p ;i
f'ontimi around in the ocean until some
of these ilays he will tij. something
And lio.v John . RocKt fell: r
' iini nr- to !.i the violin. The Quinc
lb-raid s.iis it lias suspected fur soiiK'
tin)- thai we have hit n paying the
Tlii- democrats of Illinois may not
In able- to ! (: the tit xt I'niti d States
nat'ir hut it is wi'hin t h ir power
to throw ti a ft-v Cilt'ticnf "Imnips"
in tli! rarh of the other fellow.
If fory ; :;'ifiat in Roik Island
foiiii-y will ci ti i it u;e lum-ilt a cotu-
PliMeo of Oti to iissi.-t in pttt!:ii; our
t party vi... .1. Howard Pattee will
In' elected ir.inii A man from this dis
I I it t III M Tft sua V
Mrs. .1. t;. Phelps Stokes, briil..' of
the millionaire reformer, lias solved
Ihe servant problem by bc'mir her own
mil; and hous. keeper. Though they
nit;-' U. 1:. t p a lartsi- c.-u aid Uhn.cnt and
tnaiiy servants, tlu- rich set I lemon i
worker :i ii 1 1 Lis wit.' live simply in a
modes' six -room apartmt tit on the
east vjdi- of New York eitv. Mrs.
Stoki s' kitchen is
Not a pt ck of dirt t an be found in
the whole t! it, ;.nd she has made it as
bom. like and artistic as a littl" nest
lor two ran be.
Not all I. no that western Kan. -as.
which h.i.l eo:,ie to be r.uarded us
wotihb s. for cultivation, because of i:s
lack of i liable urn. is now in process
of redeiiipt .on to piotifable aut ii uMuiv.
I; was found that cifain wills wire
! h;.U.-l IMe. l"lll I ii V Wire list 1 for
irrigation, with tin- hi t results. 1: is
l.ow known that i Wilis reach an
underground watt r sheet il'ar never
fails. The win (mill has been li it lit no
i's-l for pumping pow r. but more rc
cintly si me loitn of t'l naptlia engine,
c!i ap'y run. a;.! automatic, has come
int.) u . I'lohM'ih tr.ick far mini, has
n - l it i d. wi: !i orchards and alfalfa, and
i i : t . 1 1 .- i . f. mi in-, M.cal'-t. has re
ceived a u, w impulsi . Prof. Charles
I. SI., lit- r .1 Wi-cou-in r.Miy has
I.e. on,, iiiinii'.i i i, of the (titan sue
i s i : triiia'l. n i.i i in- A: Kansas river
valley ;u v.'-" in Kansas. It is de
cks!..; that the underground drainage
in that rciz'.nn is so enormous, and the
fit. d im of. the passage of water
'lir.mv.h the mint Is of the uuderdow
i-- mi Kn ;i tt';if tin rt- is no .-urface
wa'tf lit: to form s'.ii'f;ce streams.
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i iiii. i.i:.i. r r. p. ris: N unow (.t h,(
j'!a-e in teinitry wh. ie .uroiind wa-
t r an be o'.iai':. d at so little xp use
t.n- w. M tont i '.li t i 'li. and in such titer
luoa.-. ua ou .i y. i:.-e: ar tl. hitfh prici
i f iTasoI.iic in the a!ly tin cos: of
p'i!.;p'!!i; with !t:tse::ne is :-ot hii."
Me is i r he", fill as tf ihe v. n ral
;".id pt .;:;; iib ii. v. '..pir t:t of that r
Xt wj'PtT of the AVorUf.
A.i't!i: lmruptan countries. ac.ul
im; to tin id ue M b.io'aa.Lure. tier
many stands at the h.a.l with Z. :,
new? p.:; r. of which mi are .:ai':. s
liii:laii.l tx-cupies st coml p'ace wi.ii
::.neil--.s:.:t dailies. France l:..s 2A1S'.
of vtlith li.iiU'V.r, only ov.e-.juai i
i'itl ear tia !y v;- two or '!:iie f.iv.ts a
w. !-.. It;: y p..'.;.xh. s l.pi'i i;,w;.a
I is. I. liov.t d in tlit ir ordt r by Austria
llnr.u.T.v. am. Russia, ilrnci' and
Siu .llau.l 'll.e total nur.il'er ot
r.f spapt rs pu! ::htd in i:uro;'t i
a.'-e't Hi'... mi.
In Asia r...t than ::.'' n. wspa
1 . r iippt ar pt riodically : tin- larct st
liitiu:.. r In Jui'itn i'.nd ihe I5r:tish lu
t!i. Afr'r.i has the smallest number f
news-.'- only tiailit s bt ir. pub-lis'i-
d in ;.ie whoh coniinttit. of which
me published ill Ksypt. the balance
Jn the Europtan ro;nii. s.
N"iwspajtrs publish-1 in the I'nite i
States at the close of i:''". are i;iveu
by Ry well's Directory as: Weeklies,
14.4 4.".: semi-weeklies. 4I!; triweek
lies. 51: dailies. 2.215; to'3l newspa
pers, l. lorai periodicals,
total newspapers and periodicals,
The daily and weekly newspapers
published in the I'nittd States are in
numV.r nearly equal to the dallies and
v.eekKi s published in all Europe.
After the til Thieves.
"Set a ihief tt catch a thief" was
for aties a respected adage, but, like
many another. is t xploded now.
Thieves would not suit the purpose of
our modern reforms. Wo should net
care to set a p raft or to ca:ch grafters,
a boodh r to catch boodlers, an insur
ance president to catch insurance pres
id tits. We require honest men. with
faulrhss records and more fearless
ness than narrow cunning.
'"The bi?Ket stealing in the world,"
remaiks Life blandly, '"is done in New
York city, and naturally the entire
country is interested in the choice of
the man whose business it will be for
the next four years t() prosecute. New
York's tlistinmiishctl thieves."
N w York's cood citizenship, com
ments the St. Ijouis Rt public, is fortu
nate in bavins? lor ils candidate a man
who is siraieht as a die and not
afraid of a buzz saw; and if it electa
hiia lie may be ! lunded on to make
l iiius at least interest ins o)r the
ihi ves and for the rest of us.
At Atlanta the president took a char
acttristic shot at the ekmnt which
couotrues practical politics to mean
nothing but dirty politics; in other!
words, graft politics. The president,!
savs tno M inneapo.is journal, itas
n ihe country an illustration of prac
tical politics which is not dirty; Gov. J
Folk has trlven another, and Mr. Je
rome has si von anothtr. The country;
is learr.ins thai the word politics has
a Ii'irniim-.te m"an:nu;. l lie men wvo
jio ii.t ) pol.tics to do for their country.
sv or city are learning to be as prac
tical as the fellows who so into politics
to d') their country, state or city.
The most practical thing the good
politician can do is to help the bad poli
tician into jail. This is the way Folk
bti-an and this is the way Roosevelt!
and Jerome tire doincr.
FIELD OF LITERATURE.
"llvtrboily Works Rut rather" was
the name f a soul; which caujiht our
eye in a shop window the other day.
""Co on and t'oax Me" stood next to
"Keep a Little Coscy Corner in Your
Heart, for .".it." and "Come A Ions Lit
tle flirl. Come Ahmti," was tin- neigh
bor cf "She Waits by the Deep Blue
Sea." We are never quite sure wheth
er lo smile at these unsophisticated
expressions of humor or yearning.
Such scntimt nts. whether expressed
with crudity or rt hm mt v. t. are the
sid" of nature tin wiiich the world is
most itliUe. "One tonc-h of vulgarity."
said Whistler, "makes the whole world
kin." and Sir IMward Fry saitl the
other day that "whatever popularizes
vulgarizes." It is true that an audi
ence full of Aphrodites is moved to
tears by such a phrase in a melodrama
as "Death bt fore Dishonor." A gallery
of thieves could be made to applaud
sincerely "Hom sty is the best policy."
I.thario can feci his hear expand at
"There's only one girl in the world for
me." Ru: ihe .urtaiest artists also ap
peal to thse universal yearnings as
strongly as 'o the discrimination of the
few. The Click dramatists pleased
the ordinary man. and Shakespeare's
tragedies are stronger with the gallery
than with the stalls. There is nothing
more popular in the world than famili
ar moral si ntiment, but it loses nor.'?
of its popularity by bavin; distinction
and b.auty add I to familiar iriuh.
Vulgar, after all. in one of its older
meanings, signified merely what was
con. mon to us s'll. and to accept that
and turn it with its beauty to the light
is the highest thing that art can do.
Prominent Physicians Join Our Local
Druggist, H. O. Rolfs in Praising
This Meritcnous Preparation.
Count l.ss physicians ami drimidsts
are now prescribing ami indorsing Vinol
as the most valuable cod liver oil prep
aration known tt) medicine, and it is
fa.-t sf.pt ict ling all ' ht r forms of co l
livi r oil ;:!!' tni!''o"s
Tuis is because Vinol is guaranteed
"o coutaui in a highly ccncentra'ed
medicinal, curative t !e-
mt n;s of cod i v. r oil. actually laken
tr.iui fi.sh t ;' liv.rs. but without a
drop of the iist'tss. systt. m clogging oil
to upse: the s'oniach and retard its
Vinol is noi a pai.nt medicine, as
everything in it is namtt! on t'.ie label,
and it can be s. en that it is absolutely
free from drugs and all injurious inure-.ii.nt-.
A proiv.u.i lit physician wri.t. "I be
lieve 'i:i ! to l c. the most valuable coti
Mver oil prt paration. the best Ito.'y
!'ui!.i:r. health r..-ttrer. ami strength
crtator known to n.edic'ne today, and
I should be vt ry sorry to have to do
without Vinol in my practice."
Our local druggist, li. ). Koifs. says.
"In cast s wht re cod liver oil. emulsions
aui other tonics fail. Vinol will heal,
string! hen ami cure.
In the strongest manner we endorse
and guarantee Vinol to create strength
fur old people, weak, sickly women and
t hildrtn. and af.t r cevtre s'ekness. and
to cure hnckimr coughs, chronic ce.lds.
i li roar ani ironcruui trou'j.es or rt -;urn
moruy if it fails " H. o. Rolfs,
Harper House Pharmacy.
The Truth About Stoves
By the Largest Makers of Stoves and Ranges in the World
MANY people have been deceived in believ
ing that stoves were cheap because of a
low price, when experience proves
them the most expensive.
A smail price may be paid for a stove which
looks attractive In the catalogue, which has
been described as "perfect." but it is liable to
prove a very expensive purchase: for ten
chances to one. trouble will arise from this
stove in a month's time it may not heat or
cook properly, or it may consume fnelliiea
locomotive. Then the material in the stove
itself may wear so poorly that at the end of a
year or so It will have to be replaced.
You never get something for nothing In this
world, and when you pay a small price for a
stove, that price must cover the cost of material
and labor, and include a reasonable profit, con
sequently inferior cast-iron and steel, and the
cheapest and most inexperienced labor, must
go into this seemingly low-priced st
Expert Stol e Advice Free.
We have opened an
in charge of an expert
stoveman. simply to tell
the p?ople. abiolutfly free
of cost, all about stoves.
And this expert will hon
estly advise you just
which stove cr range
will best suit your needs.
We also want those who
have lost money on the
stove, to let us tell them
howttev can save money
by buying a "Garland."
even if the first cost is a
little more than that of the
cheap and unsatisfactory stove.
Wc want them to let us tell them about the
advantages of "Garland" Store and Ranges,
which always prove a good investment,
ttf We make a "Garland" to every itmie neet',
and have books accurately describing the differ
ent kinds. We ccsld not afford to open this
"Advice department" or send out the valuable
literature-wc do. tree of charge, if "Garland"
Stores and Ranges were not distinctly superior
to other makes: if the magnitude of our opera
tions did not make it possible for us to sell them
at reasonable prices, and if our reputation and
methods of doing business did not insure
If you are considering the purchase Jg
of a stove or range, cut out this coupon,
check (this way t-) the kind of stove you are
interested in, mail it to us today, and you will
promptly receive our Expert Advice as to just
which stove is best suited to your reedj, and
why, and our literature, free of charge.
ove. . MW-T'n 1t r Garludi
Detroit The Michigan Stove Company
Largest Makers of Stoves and Ranges in the World
DAILY SHORT STORY
'1 'ho editorial start of the Pacilie Mag
azine causisted of. lirst. the et'.itor and
proprietor. Edward l-'ariibaui, capital
ist and litterateur; two readers ami a
y mug man mimed Arthur Otis, who
tii.l odd jol; iu the ""liiakiiij; up" that
were not considered of su'.liciciit im
pjrtance to take up the time of (he
others. The last named was the tirst
of the lot to take a wife and was strug
gling along ou a starvation salary. He
was :i quiet, inoffensive young fellow
uuil not considered of sullieieiit talents
to make his way to a better position.
One clay Mr. T'nrnham laid a manu
script novel on Otis' desk and said:
-There's u novel by Donald Fox. I
want you to go over it and get It
ready fr the printer." Mr. l'arnbam
Usually gave his orders, to Otis espe
cially, without comment, but today he
was very much pleased and added:
"We must begin, that in May. I've
been keeping a place for it. Anything
by I'ox vviil increase the circulation oi)
per cent. It ought to. It cost 1 cents
a word for the serial right alone. This
is the best thing, in my judgment, he's
ever clone; a new departure; not a lit
in bis usual style."
Otis never made a reply to anything
the head of the concern said. He took
the manuscript and began to work:
iiitoii it immediately, 'ihe next ciay lie
t ok it to his chief pointed out
what he consi-l.-red a defect, suggest
ing that it be referred back to the au
thor to be changed. Mr. I'arnhaai
Kcvnvh-tl. examined the pages referred
to anil told Otis that he was not em
ployed to tell eminent writers how to
write novels. Otis pocketed the sumb
and sneaked back to his desk.
When Otis had concluded bis work
he laid the manuscript on Mr. I'arn
ham's desk ami remarked:
"I see, sir, that the work is riot fin
ished." "Mr. Fox has prumised to have it all
iu by the required time. AVe shall not
T.ut, sir," said the clerk, as '. shad;?
of anxiety passed over his face, "don't
you fear that if anything slionl hap
pen tt Mr. Fox,"
"WellV" saitl manager in icy tmcs.
"Could tiny one else finish it';"
"No. but I'm going to take the risk."
In due time the story npieared. ami
its reception was far beyond what the
maimer had Hokfl for. The criticisms
were line, all critics noting the new
departure of the author. It suggested
the case of "The Cloister and the
Hearth." l.y Charles liea.le. which is
unlike any of Its author's other works.
Mr. Farnhain was jubilant.
One day when the story had leen
running six months Otis noticed a gen
tleman, who. he was told, was the
celebrated Donald Fox. talking with
the manager. After the visitor had
gone Mr. Farnham brought a package
to Otis' desk.
"The closing chapters of Fox's great
novel." he paid. "Prepare them for is
sue." The next morning Otis stood by his
chiefs desk waiting iermission t3
Well': said the manager.
"Have you read iuee chapters of
Mr. Fox's novel';'
"They are entirely unlike ti. rest.
The public will not believe Mr. Fox
wrote them. They are very abrupt."
It was on the enters tongue to tell
bis subordinate attend f his own
business, but the last tvurN changed
the impulse. Since tLe author was u
he paid 10 cents a word fur the ..jrkj
Receiving our Expert Advice and literature
will not put you under any obligation to buy.
We simply desire the opportunity to give you the
evidence of the tremendous superiority of "Gar
land" Stores and Ranges, and leave the buying
decision entirely with you.
In order that "Garland" Stores and Ranees
shall last, we make them of the very best
materials and employ the most expert workmen
in the world.
"Garland Stores and Ranges are durable
and handsome in appearance. They are highly
nickeled and each "Garland" will last a lifetime.
"Garland" Stores and Ranees will not "burn
out." but will heat and cook perfectly, and will
save fuel, save repairs, save wot ry. save money.
We have local dealers who handle our stoves
exclusively, in nearly every village, town and
in the United States. on can examine
" before you buy. instead of
after. You can satisfy your
self that "Garlands" are
exactly as represented.
There will be no freight
to pay on "Garlands"
and the dealer will set
them up without charge.
If no dealer in your
town sells "Garlands."
or you decide to buy a
stove not in your local
dealer's stock, you can
enjoy the above advan
tages. We will make a
special arrangement so
that the stove you want
will be delivered to you
and properly set up ready
for use in your own home.
The Written Guarantee of The
Michigan Store Company accompanies
every stove, and protects you by the absolute
guarantee that every "Garland" is as repre
sented The World's Best.
Send me five cf .-hcrrf.. your
Kto H-wtk on Hii- Burner.
H Ktintttl. 4'rLMt Kj.dih,
H.U Kwiir.. On.. kins Steve.
lleatii.tr Kttve. ..Hit Stoves.
AIho y.tt.r l-.xtert Stove Advice
free of chnro.
Kind of Ste Wanted
Kind of Fuel I'sed
My Stove Ivaler'tt Nu me itt
My Name is
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.VJdrewi Advice iJepurtment.
Ti.ft Miehinan Stnvn ftnii.nv. petmif. Mich.
Lament M;.k.r-.if Stove and lianues in th. -World
it would not be t his interest to close
"Leave it." saitl the chief.
For the next few days Otis sat at his
desk surrounil.il by a cyclone. From
what he overheard be judged that Fox
had confessed that he had hired a lit
erary man v.h ) had done some g d
work to write the story at ." cents a
word. The author bad been t ikeu ill
and died when the wnrk was about
two-thirds finished. Fox had hurriedly
written the last chapters himself.
"Would you like. sir. Mr. Fox's no. el
continued in the same vein as th, ear
"Like it V We're iu the biggest h de"
lie stopped short. He remembered
that Otis had warned him of thiti vct
"Was there any understanding with
Mr. Fox as to the length of the story V"
Farnhain looked at the young man
with amazement. None of hie em
ployees had ever dared ask him about
the terms of his contracts before.
"Do you know your business";"
"Yes, sir. But"
"Well do it, anil let other people"
"I've understood that Mr. Fox was
to get lo cents a word ami that lie sub
let the work for ." cents a word, but I
don't know how long the story was to
"Well. sir. why should you know';"
"I'.eenr.se the fact is. Mr. Farnham.
Int'uestcd! You Impudent"
"Yes, sir: peeuniarily interested. You
see, Mr. Farnhain, Mr. Fox got l'
cents a word and sublet it to Andy
Xicli.ds nt Tt cents. Nichols sublet it
to me at 1! cents a worth That's pretty
poor pay. you know, but if I'm to be
permitted to string it out I can make
i good thing after all."
There was a dead silence in the edi
torial room for thirty seconds. Then
the chief said :
"Kun it to suit yourself at lo cents a
And th-.ifs lif'W Arthur Otis got bis
start In literature.
At this time keep the children strong
to avoirt the dangerous diseases that
t!m att n.
I localise its ingredients ar..' of the
same kind f fj'1 and nourishment
that blond and tissue are made of
pure and whocso.ro Father John's
Medicine makes ficjh and strength.
It cures consumption, checks the
wasting away, nourishes the body and
heals tha lungs.
Croup is dangerous, but not If Fath
er John's Medicine is at hand to check
It is a tonic an1 body builder.
Mothers with young children require
nourishment such as Father John's
Medicine contains. ,
Father John's Medicine .'s for sa'e
by T. II. Thora-b.
WOMEN'S STYLISH TAILORED SUITS
EgRTA.IJVL.y there never were so many individual styles
set before Tri-City women who have suits to buy. Any taste.
nr7 finn rp m net nntr nnt1vr in mintl rnn 2ii?rr1 W montlnn
here several incomparable values, for instance:
45-inch semi-litl etl coat of grey all
wool worsted; My front: velvet col
lar. stitched cuffs; broad-flaring
Length Coats $12.50
CUTE, dressy, well made dcuble
breasted coats that will make
the little folks look stylish and will
thoroughly protect them from the
cold. The cloths are novelties in
gray and brown, and cheviots in
Made along mannish lines with
built-up shoulders; lined with flan
nel; inside pockets, three outside
pockets; emblems on sleeves;
sleeves lined with mercerized
sateen; an unusually
good value at ,
By Far the Best Bltxck Silks.
EVERY YARD GUARANTEED.
FOUR GOOD BARGAINS:
TRAVELING salesmen and customers tell us we have a variety of
Biack Silks that is not exceeded by the stores of our larger cit
ies. Perhaps we have; we are unable to compare. But we do know
that there is no better quality anywhere, and, further, that every yard
of silk that we have is honest no sham or shoddy. That's a point to
consider when you buy silks; buy them at a dependable store. It takes
sn expert to detect many spurious stuffs, and we protect you when we
do our buying.
lie inch black
HOLDS PEORIA SCHOOL FUNDS
Superintendent Hayiiss Compels Treas-
urer to File Bond.
Springfield. I.I.. Nov. Alfred Hay
iiss state superintendent of public in
struction, has found a way to compel
the treasurer of the Peoria school dis
trict to file a new bond. County Su
perintendent of Schools C. IT. Stone, of
Peoria, has been directed to withhold
from the Peoria school district its ior
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Overcoats on Credit
Time to pick out your Winter Overcoat, and if you get it
here you'll get a combination of Style, Quality and good
Workmanship that you won't find at most Stores. We have
a great big assortment at prices ranging from $7 to $24.
Come and get yours to-morrow We will give you all the
time you want to pay.
, Sty lea. Cash or
l i 1 v.-'.I -71
Til WMmm - i - '. -
ATTR. A CT1VB VALUES.
42-inch coat of cheviot in black, blue
and brown; tight-fitted back, box
front; coat lined to waist; fly front:
mannish coat collar; nine gore
skirt with kilted
A BARGAIN IN
Exquisite All-Over Laces
SELLING AT 55c A YARD. WORTH $1.C0.
A SPECIAL purchase from an importer who yearly brings the major
ity of the most beautiful laces to this country is rer.v iLdi for
this bargain opportunity. We consider ourselves fortunate tc r;ct tht ;?
at a price so low that we can sell them lo our patron j at
A SAVING Or NEARLY HALF.
Venise, Plauen and Oriental allover lac s. in white, e.
particularly suitable for waists and yokes; Is inches wi'
value at $1; our "special purchase" price, the
black Taffeta, worth.
Uie k I'eau de Soie.
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ticm of the school funds until a bond
which metis with the approval of the
county superintendent has been filed.
Following Dougherty's recent defalca
tions the county superintendent asked
the treasurer for a larger bond, and
Mr. Hay liss was asked to assist in the
matter. The latter holds that the coun
ty superintendent has a right to de
mand new bonds.
Upholds New Arcanum Rates.
Nashville. Tcnn.. Nov. li. Federal
IS "" T? l
Furs on Credit
Shoes on Credit
Hats on Credit
Guaranteed to be as low as cash stores;
C4& Never waa more attractive
J Ul lp Stexline value is represented
Men's Suits to Order $l5lAi
is deiiyered and fcusi satisfactory. Overcoats to order on wme ; Ian.
Suiis of fashionable broa lcl i ii. che
viot ar.d novelties in 4.Viuch ii:;.u
titting styles; coats lined lo wais :
kilted nine gore skirts. S ii:.: th i
fully equal the kind soi l ai li es,
Mines hi -u in fNf 7 f- f
only $17.50 t3
ru and In. t er;
: a re;i!iv mm
S5 Silk Petticoats 3.95
BARGAIN cf un-jsual merit;
just the kind of petticoats
that every wrman likes; well m.tde.
of rich, lustrous, rustling talfet.i, of
a heavy quality that is considered
good for $5 s'orts.
The flounce is of accord, n plaiting
and wide ruflle; good iiiu'--r dust i:.i
hV; these came iu only . si erd.i t .
and at the price .-narked won't be
long going out; b eiMiiuiiical ;
pet i it t at s.
I S, 1 1 illl.ll Tl IV, ,
.Judge Clark h:is ivl'ii e to - nj ;u t! ...
Iloyal Arcanum supreme c.iui.cil from
putting into effect th" n; w .-..-hi dnl- I'
rates ratified at Put in I'.nv. Ohio, an I
dismissed the conipkunauf's lull. Tl
injunction was asked for :.. im iubi :
of the Nashville councils of lae Kov..l
No matter how long you hav ha 1
the cough: if it hasn't already dev.-!
op. d into consumption. Dr. Wood's
Norway Pine Sv i ap w id cure it.
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fr T-' i ft .. 1. 1
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money back if dissatisfied
variety of Suits ctherci to--th. r -
in every one and all . r t
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