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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 10, 1908.
ita poor farm. The' beneficiaries iu and ifLe has certainly succeeded, fur
Germany are relieved from any scntl- there probably isn't another flower of
- Published Dally and Weekly at 1624 ment of pauperism because they have this kind hi the world which can boast
econd avenue. Rock Island, 111 En- secured this relief by providing the or uu blossoms.
.wred at the poalofllce as second-class fund themselves during their active
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he is welcomed and cherished instead couldn't get in with auy others, she's
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Germany is studying these economic
flower either. This little beauty didn't
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THADES flffl COUNCIL ii
- Tuesday, November 10, 1908.
There is every indication that the
next general assembly of Illinois will
be a bedlam, and not a mild form at
Joe Cannon now says the "standpat
ters will revise the tariff" when tiiey
cct good and ready. Did you expect
Politics Is, indeed, somewhat like
the great American game of draw
poker. Cannon stood pat on a bob
tailed flurb and won the pot.
The question now Is, what is to be
come of Fairbanks? Isn't there some
other big bank that wants a president
with an administration reputation?
The Labor A'otc.
One of the most remarkable inci
dents of the recent presidential elec
tion was the attitude of union labor,
not only upon the vital issues concern
ing them, but their attitude toward
Samuel Gompers, president of the
American Federation of Labor.
With their approximately 2.000,000
votes, union labor was in position to
swiug the election cither way. If union
labor throughout the country had kxk-J
ed upon the issue of government Uy
injunction and upon the platforms as
flowers of delii-ate constitution. She's
a hardy girl with a tine sand setting,
and nothing short 'of a cyclone will
mar her beauty. It's n one best bet
to say she's the finest chrysanthemum
In the world."
Although the SCO header Is the ac
knowledged beauty of the place, chrys
anthemums of olher varieties run her
a close second for wondrous beauty.
'Hawaiian Small Boys Simply "Drop
Down the Edge of the Scenery."
Water sports are by no means the
ouly vigorous athletics indulged in by
the boys of Hawaii. Mountain climb-
their leader, Mr. Gompers. the a favorite pjistime for there are
When IHipeau accepted Mrs. Har
vey's invitation to join her house party
in the mountains that worthy lady
Here, iudeed, was the very man she
had been seeking a man whose name
was on everybody's lips, a veritable
lion, who would make her the envy of
all her set.
ne was the man who had spent a
month in I.assa and who had talked
with the fcrand lama himself, a draw
ing card: of the highest magnitude.
Mr. ILirvey spent a good half day In
congratulating herself and wonderiug
just how she had been able to manage
She pictured him as she had last
seen him, a chappy, exuberant, boyish
young man who would entertain her
other guests by the hour with most ab-
. nU. I iWr ,w.t !.:.. ... 11.
Portion Af Mr. Rrvnn wmild li.ive re- ms., i.u.,, .-y
-..i.. ..i t... .K..U...1 ... i iug distance of any part of Honolulu.
?iunru. itui iuvj uittut'U m t . . , ,
auti uu i lit- itwiiiti vi Hawaii uirit; urv
two mountains fully 14,WO feet in
i height. Not infrequently the Honolulu
schools give picnics on the mountain
There are more democrats in the
country than the presidential vote dis
closes. rThey elected their state
tickets in half a dozen states and in
New 'York and Illinois their candidates
for covcrnor, though defeated, ran
well. The democrats also gaiued sev
eral Beats in the house of 'representa
tives, and they will secure a few sen
atorships. The party is very much
opinion. They had their individual
views, which they preferred to let
actuate them, in voting, to the advice
of President Gompers. 'Partisanship
doubtless figured some in their di
vision. Labor is to be congratulated, never
theless, for the great interest taken.
The individual labor unionist seemed
to be studying out the issues by him-
elf. AH this i3 important as showing
that the individual is studying issues,
not resulting in victory fcr democracy,
as brought a deeper study of the Is-
ues than ever before. As to "labor's"
refusal to unite upon the vital labor
The reported election of five demo1
cratic representatives in congress of
the delegation of six from Nebraska
indicates not only the great political
influence of William J. Bryan at home,
but the fact that the people of that
state at least were not fooled at all
by republican promises of tariff re
form. They believe with their other
sensible people that the iniquitous com
bination of the tariff and the trusts
can; be broken only by its sworn
and that Bryan's great campaign, while j thing like the banana leaf, but not near
ly so long. With a bunch of ti leave
in his hand the first lxy steps to the
edge of the side, grasps the leaves by
the stains hi both hands, places the
issues of the campaign, they seemed leafy part under him and sits down,
unable to agree that the issues were '. gives himself a start and drops down
ufflcient to demand united voting, con-; the edge of the scenery like a flash. I
equently "labor's" vote was scattered was assured that it was an easy raat-
unong, Taft, Bryan and Debs, with the ter to regulate the speed of descent by
result that the attempt to unite the' merely grasping the t! steins firmly
labor vote for same common cause and lifting tlieas upward, this acting as
proved a failure. I a brake. I longed for the thrill of drop-
If labor's vote ever is united at the ' piug down over the edge of a moun-
ballot box in this country, it will be taiu aud upon my brief sled of li leaves
one of the greatest factors of the na-, began the descent. I weut like the anda. saw Tim bring the big road car
tional elections, but such labor voting ' wind. It seemed as though my breath up to the steps, saw a bronzed, grave
unison seems far distant, if such is-1 would be takeu away from me or that I faced young man climb out and pune-
sues as those involved in the recent
campaign failed to unite the labor vote.
Latest returns from the senatorial
dint rids of 'Illinois indicate that the
prohibition party will be without rep
resentation in the coming general as
sembly. The last of the triumvirate
of cold water supporters, Clay F.
Gaumer of the senatorial district in
which Speaker Cannon resides, was
bowled, over by the official returns
from Vermillion and Edgar counties
and the democratic candidate, George
W. Myers of Paris, secured the certifi
cate of election.
Chrysanthemum Three Feet High Has
. 00 Blossoms.
Solomou iu ail his glry has been out
done by a mere chrysanthemum.
In the Kpt-eious greenhouses of the
Hamilton McK. Twomlly estate at
Madison, N. .).. the haughty Japanese
flower was seen arrayed in tuch gor-
The Drinklcss Drink.
Maxim's noiseless gun has been out
done. The drlnklosa drink is now. ou
the market in the shape of an evap
orated drink of whisky made iuto a
This latest thirst quencher struck
Baltimore several days ago iu the
sample tases of whisky salesmen,
tfforts are being made to induce the
whisky firms there to order them for
the trade in Georgia and other dry
states where the ordinary moist drink
is barred by law.
.The tabloid "driuk" looks like the
cherry gelatine nestling iu a salve
box. It smells a little like old rye- It
can either be chewed or d ran k. It is
guaranteed to reach the right spot
and produce the desired effect either
way. To take it dry one has only to
turn the box upside down and catch
tho gelatine as it drops out. If a wet
drink is desired the gelatine can be
easily dissolved in a iittle water and
makes a man's size driuk.
- Th? effect the tabloid is going to
have on the whisky traffic cannot be
prognosticated. Instead of going out
between the acts the thirsty one can
chew a tabloid and have all the ef
fects, even the odor, without leaving
bis seat. The possibilities are too
numerous to mention.
The Traiii p
Germany recognizes the fact that a
man looking for work is not a vagrant
although repeated disappointments and
failure to find employment may make
him one. Consequently Iu that country
tbe department of commerce and labor
proposes to erect temporary homes for
workingmen where lodging can be ob
tained at a vcrj low cost or in ex
change for labor. These relief stations
are scattered over the country in such
a manner as to be in walking distance
of one another. The length of time
that a man who Is tramping iu search
of work may stay in each is strictly
limited. .In each of these stations a
bulletin of information is maintained
where employment i;: likeliest to be
found. By this moans it is said the
tramp evil has been almost entirely
obviated. Germany has already abol
ished its poor houses by the simple
means 'of a life insurance system that
enables the workingman "' to draw a
monthly stipend from a fund that has
been created by him during his active
years end invested in state securities.
The system is much, more eflicient
sides that the pupils may gather laud
shells. It is oil theso excursions in
search of land shells that the Hawaiian
schoolboys revel iu the once national
sport, niounttiiii. sliding.
A very steep mountain p.hic is se
lected, where the grass Is loug and
sloping downward. Every one gathers
his own. tl leaves. The ti leaf i. some-
TTBNEl) SI.DDESI.Y AXP CAUGHT HEK
BAND IN HIS VWH.
sorbiug anecdotes of his work, his
travel and I he daugers he had under-
Duncan arrived duly. The guests,
who were assembled on the wide ver-
I would plunge head over heels, to be
dashed to pieces among the trees be
low. I thought of my brake and drew
up ou the ti leaves with ail my might
and came up with a jerk that jarrel
every boue iu my l'Ody. There I snr.
looking downward almost perpendicu
larly, held in position ouly by a few
leaves resting on the siuot!. slippery
grass, but the sliding grass is nearly a
foot. long, and it is ouly after it has
lecu reppatedlj' slidden over and U-at-
en down th:tt it approaches perfection
in the eyes of the Hawaiiau small boy
and sometimes leads to accidents.
geous atlire that evm its own little
daisy ancestor would never recognize ; When, for instance, the thin layer of ti
this magnificent monarch Although leaves wears out 1eueath the slide a
only the cream of chrysanthemum so-; gentle tug at the stalks parts the sled
. and sends the slider whizz;ng dowu-
and far less costly than our system of
5oor relief with it, monthly dole and inrZZ
clety Las ever leen allowed to break
into Moor. in the lecherche circle of
the Twombly hothouses, this year a
new and more marvelous bud will
make her debut, t no that is destined
to make even the aristocratic and prize
winning do wafers lift up their swelled
heads and marvel, for the debutante
chrysanthemum, though an infant of
only nine months, has already acquir
ed ."iOO blossoms o her siiui young stalk
and boasts a ilia meter of twenty feet,
so that when traveling about on exhi
bition she needs must have a whole
private car of her own.
To meet this Brobdinguagian spc-i
men face to face a. .New York Evening
World reporter journeyed out to Madi
son the other day. aud there, surrouud
cd by an admiring thrt ng of sister
chrysanthemums, the 5u0 header stood
The more the merrier seemed to be the
motto of this fat young thing, for bulg
ing blossoms burst from every availa
ble sp.K-o. Five hundred good sized
golden heads, nil gayly nodding ac
knowledgment of the wondering gaze,
proudly challenged tlm flower world to
match their charms with hers.
But none dared come too close to the
haughty though corpulent debutaute.
for iier burdened branches, stretching
out tcu feet on all sides, made admira
tion permissible ouly at lotig distance.
While this stupendous specimen of the
Japanese flower Is the loug of It in
width, it must be confessed she is
certainly the short of it In height, fcr.
standing in solitary splendor uion a
shelf all her own, she only reaches the
three foot inark wheu stretching to
But lack of inches doesn't disturb the
vanity of the youthful debutante, for,
lifting her yellow bends to the admir
ing gaze of the beholder, she scorn
fully seems to say to her hothouse
companion?, "Bear me If you can."
"And there isn't a chrysanthemum
in the world that can 'beat this young
beauty," proudly said.Artbur Harring
ton, head gardeuer of the eightceu
greenhouses which stand ou the
Twombley place and who for Vine
months has raised this latest floral
wonder with the tenderness of a fa
ther. ' '
"We' planted iier last February, just
a littlo shoot from one of the other
chrysenthemums, and she has respond
ed to my care just as if she were a
aamaq oeiug. vt uen we grow more
thau one blossom on a branch we
pinch out each little shoot and in that
way start another bud growing, while
with the tall one blossom ' flower we
train all the stray shoots in. Well. I
never saw a. chrysanthemum grow o
many shoots as this- golden headed one
did. " They, simply sprouted on t by the
hundreds, and every day we'd find a
dozen or uwre.blotJHotm? to greet u.
ward in a most uncomfortable and un
graceful manner, all arms and legs.
Lucky is the victim of stieh an accident
tlliously greet Mrs. Harvey ns "Cousin
If they lad expected any signs of
his far heralded exploits about hlni.
anv grav hairs on his neaa or any
marks of suffering upon bis face, they
were doomed to disappointment. He
was fair haired, sleek, well groomed.
Indeed, he looked much more like a
prosperous onslnesd man on a wcok
ned vacation than a celebrity with
whose name two continents were ring
At dinner that night Mrs. Harvey
made her fir?t attempt to draw him
"Now, Ted." she suggested as the
coffee was served, "we're all Impa
tient to hear about it."
Duncan looked surprised. "About
what. Cousin Mary?" be asked.
'What. Indeed?" she returned. "Your
"Deserter"' she taunted. "You and
your pose of solitude are-getting on
Mrs. Harvey's nerves. I can see it.
Really, I'm beginning to believe you
Duncan drew up a chair. "Won't you
sit here for a minute and watch these
mountains with me":" said he. "I'm
I'm" He paused.
"You're wh::t;" sdie prompted.
. "t .nnlr 1... 1, !?,.. ,-!tt, ,.. I, n.-l.
dent sincerity iu his vcu-e that the girl
felt a Utile paag of remorse.
"I presume you find u.i stupid." said
she, silting down beside him. "After
such a crowded life as yours has been
all thin must 1 very tame."
"Tamer" lie said, with sudden earn
estness. "Tame? Oh, heavene, uol"
"You give tv; that impression any
way." . "Do IV" said he. He leaned forward
ia his chair. "Do you know how I
feel here? Will you respect my secret
if I tell yon?"
"Well, then, like a fish out of water.
I'm afraid honestly and actually
afraid. You s?ee, all my life I have
traveled. I've been iuto the out ef the
way placed of the earth. I haven't had
time to cultivate any of the graces of
civilization. All in all, I'm a barba
rian, more cr less.
"I've looked forward to this to this
coming here to Cousin Mary's aud
meeting nil these people of your world
more than I can tell you. But it has
taught me something about myself.
Much as I wiFh I fitted in this niche,
I'm impossible. As a participator in
(social functions in the accepted, sense
cf the term I'm hopeless." I
The girl looked at him with a quiet
"I'll take back that remark about
your conceit and ask your forgiveness
for it, too," said she. "Oh. you boy!
You great, big hearted, simple boy!
You envy us in this silly, meaningless
life of ours you who have been doing
something! I wish you might know
how I envy that life of yours!"
"Do you mean that really?" he
"It is worth a thousand lives like
"But I am Isolated. I am alone. 1
have cut myself off from nil that I
really want. I want to be like these
ether men here. I want to talk to you
as they do to be as unafraid of you
as they are."
"That? Oh, pooh!" she laughed.
"Tell me, when you go into an un
known country what do you do before
you tiy to travel It take a guide, don't
"Well, that's what you must do here.
Take a guide. Then I'll warrant iu a
week iu a day you'll know the ropes
from beginning to end."
"A guide." he repeated musingly
"Yes. that's It. I must take -i amide to
itshovr me Into civilization. My work
Ls done now. I want to live In my
own country: therefore I must have
that guide. I I there Is only one I
want, and I want her for life," he
stammered, but he looked nt her with
no uncertain light In his eyes. "I am
presumptuous, I know. I am nothing
but a barbarian, as I told yon. but per
haps with the guide it might be differ
ent." lie turned suddenly and caught her
hand in his own. "Can I have that
guide?" b? asked Tcnd5'y.
The girl arcse. "ler face was scar
let, but her eyes were looking into his.
"Your first lesson will be in bridge."
he said. "Come in and 111 teach
But Duncan caught her in his arms
and held her fast.
"Yes. dear." she murmured. "I loved
you from the very first, you were so
so unspoiled by what I'm going to
culde you into."
Kefereuce Ls frequently made to the
floral calendar of Japan. What this
calendar is is explained in the House
keeper. The Japanese are eitremely
fond of all flowers, and they have
therefore made a calendar from them,
giving to each month a favorite blos
bom or leaf.
Thus the pine, the emblem of lasting
prosperity and life, belongs to January,
and its branches nre used to decorate
all bouses on New Year's day.
To February belong the blossoms of
the plum tree, which stand for purity,
and the beautiful blossoms of the peach
tree, to which young girls are com
pared, are associated with the month
Next the cherry blossom, the most
beloved of all flowers, ls held to be-
loug to April, and to May are assigned
the gorgeous clusters cf the wistaria"
The irisJloTrer, to which arc compared
the strength and beauty of young beys,
belongs to .Tuue, and July has the glorv
and perfume of the water lily. The
flowering hibiscus tree attaches its
beauty to the mouth of August, while
September lays elaini to the exquisite
charm of the r.zalca.
The royal flower of Japan, the chrys
anthemum, which forms a part of the
crest of the imperial family, belongs
to the mouth of October, while to No
vember Is given the maple 1m f, ad
mired for its decorative qualify.
Finally, with December is nsscUuecl
Ihe beautiful camellia, wbioh blooms
tn the gardens even In the midst of
A Pepys Dinner.
My wife had got ready a very flae
fllnner viz, a dish of marrow bones, a
leg of mutton, a loin of veal, a dish of
fowl, three pullets and two dozens of
larks all In a d'sh, a great tart, a neat's
tongue, a dish of anchovies, a dish ef
prawns and cheese. Pepys Diary.
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days.
Pazo Ointment is guaranteed to
cure any case of itching, blind, bleed
ing or protruding piles in C to 14 days
or money refunded. 50c
if he is not stopped in his downward recent triumph in Lassa, of. course."
career by the trunk of a tree St.
Duncan actually blushed under bis
coat of tan and squirmed uneasily In
bin chair as he realized all tbo eyes at
th table were upon him.
"Oh, that!" he said. "It's nothing
really nothing. It's not worth the telling."
"Put the papers said"
"The papers." he interrupted; "the
Colds and Croup in Children.
My little girl is subject to colds.
says Mrs. William H. Serig, No. 41
Fifth street, Wheeling, W. Va. "Aast
winter she had a severe spell and a
terrible cough, but I cured her with
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy without! yellow sheets, you mean, Cousin Mary,
the aid of a doctor, and my little boy They must have news. They'll make
has been prevented many times from something out of the most hopeless
having the croup by the timely use of material.'
this syrup. This remedy is for sale by "You talked with the grand lama
all druggists. . Tell us about him. What did he say?"
Duncan laughed with some embar-
Watched 15 Years. rassment. - "Nice little chap, the lama.
For 15 years I have watched the Youngish, he Is, with a lean face and
working of Bucklen's Arnica Salve; keen eyes. We had quite a gossipin
and It has never failed to cure auy I bee through a a Interpreter. .Peeuied
sore, boil, ulcer or burn to which ?t most Interested In the color of my hair,
wa3 applied. It has saved us many a the lama did. Wanted to know what
doctor bill." says A. F. Hardy of East made it yellow. I tried to tell him it
Wilton, Maine. 25 cents, at all drug- was nature and uot peroxide that did
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When Your Stomach Hurts
Take a Little Kodol
The pain will then cease your stomach will feel
good. Kodol stops the pains of indigestion and dys
pepsia quickly, because it digests all the food you eat.
it, but the interpreter got all tangled
up trying to put it right, and the lama's
face was like a graven linage. I guess
the thing didn't go."
In self defense he turned to the girl
at his left. '
"What was your score on the links
this afternoon?'.' he asked. "Forty
one? Fine! Wish I could do as good
As an attraction, an entertainer of
Mrs. Harvey's gnosis. Duncan proved
a signal failure. lie was taciturn, shy,
ill at ease. The guests on their part
stood rather iu awe of the big. grave
young man with the slow smile and
the thoughtful eyes. .
They imagined ho found them trivial, J
not worth his efforts. When they were
on the links or. putting the horses to
the hurdles behind the stables, he took
loug solitary rumbles across the moun
tains. ' When I hey "played bridge or danced
fn the evening, he sat alone on the ve
randa, smoking Innumerable cigarettes.
Mrs. Harvey, in frank disappointment,
told herself he was Impossible. . .
The usual gamo of bridge was in
ifull swing one earning nnd Duncan
was sitting quite alon on one end of
the veranda, looking at the great bulk
'of the mountains looming dimly in the
- He heard the door open softly, and,
turning, he saw Eleanor Graydon com
ing toward himv Duncan's pulses quick
ened. There was something about this
j tall, beautiful girl, with her cool voice
' and her steady . Crown eyes, that he
found most attractive most disquiet-
. ingly attractive, indeed. 7 j
She laughed softly as she saw him i
Ulr.". - ' - '
Kodol is a pleasant, palatable,
liquid preparation, that helps the
stomach to do its work in a natural
way. Being a liquid, it Btarta di
gestion at once.
Kodol supplies the same digestive
Juices that are found in a healthy
stomach. This is why it will stop
the pains of indigestion quickly.
Your stomach, being weakened,
probably, by over feeding or over
work, is unable to do - its work
properly, and the natural result ia
indigestion, sour stomach, gas, or
belching, which will soon result in
chronic dyspepsia unless the stom
ach is given help.
Nervous indigestion or dyspep
sia. It ls not only annoying, but
dangerous. If let alone, the result
generally is gastritis, or oftentimes
that fatal affliction appendicitis.
Don't neglect your stomach.
Don't take any chances. There is
no need for you to Buffer, because
a little Kodol now and then, will
Veep the stomach well, healthy and
stronj. Do not diet or starve your
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Eat what you want of tn food
you like, and let Kodol help the
stomach do its work. You can t
be well unless you eat and unless
you enjoy your food. Y'ou can't
get nourishment from your food,
unless you digest it. Take a little
Kodol now and then. That is the
only safe and sure way.
You do not have to depend oa
Kodol all the time. You only take
it when you need it.
Humor end Philosophy
By DUNCAN M. SNITI
THE GREAT COMMONER.
Thrr's something- In a stosry
Tliat warms you to the lad
Who draws a long one from his vesl
And says. "This ain't so baa."
You feel not that same brotherhood.
Although you prats p his hand.
For one who liands you' a cigar
That's done up in a band.
Though rough may bo Us jacket,
It's flavor strong and loud.
With nothing In its outlines s
To make the ownSr proud.
Yet it is so suggestive
Of friendship worth the while
You take it as it's proffered
And light it with a smile.
Though modest, poor and lowly.
The man who goes about
With stogies In his pocket
And freely hands them out
JIas always friends in plenty.
No odds where he may turn.
Who'll stick to him like brothel
The weed holds out to burn.
Wo smoke aristocratic.
No proud and haughty pipe
Built only for the wealthy.
Who scorn the lowly "snipe,"
The stogy makes its smoker
A person minus show.
Who has to see how far be can
Make every nickel go.
"Revenge! Revenge! I have had. re
venge!" - , j
"Yhat have you douc?" .,
"Met the Iceman face to face and
wouldn't Kieak to him."
"It Is the flimsy, gaudy things just
made to catch them that attract wo
"Yes, indeed. It is style rather than
substance that gets their money.' ' '
llavlng settled this matter to their
own satisfaction, the men walked up
to the cigar counter and selected two
expeuslvc smokes because they liked
the looks of the baud.
Necessary Applisnce. 1
"I am going to organize a stock com
pany for $l.i"to,Ouo."
"That sounds good. Still I think you
ought to have a cash capital of at least
40 cents before you start."
"To buy a watering can to water the
"What be doesn't know about pol
tics isn't worth knowing." j
"lie must have read a lot of books'
"No; he was head clerk in a livery
tablc for three years."
Go to your droggint today and get a dol
lar bottle. Then after you hare used to
entire contents of tbe bottle if yoa can
hoaeatly say, that it bas not done you any
good, return the bottle to the draggist and
he arlll refund your money without ques
tion or delay. We will then pay tbe drug
gist for tbe bottle. Don't hesitate, all
druggists know that onr guarantee is good.
This offer applies to the large bottle only
and to but one in a family. The large bot
tle contains Sy, times as much as the fifty
Kodol is prepared at the labora
tories of E. C. De Witt & Co., Chicago.
Sometimes it costs lots of money t
get sarcastic at the expense of some
body else. i
Yv'hen you feel that you just hare ta
be cranky, fo down cellar and turn
the grindstone for somebody elje
If you are bound to be susplciou
at least contrive to conceal the fact
and put your open mindedness anil
generosity on parade.
Many a woman has taken her widow
hood so gayly that she has found It
Impossible to keep it.
f1 " 'jj" "
Put Yourself in His Place
Place yourself in your credilbis" position. Would you consider that
you were being justly, and fairly treated if your patrons were slow in
paying or allowd their bills to drag?
Hundreds of people who owed their grocer, butcher, landlord or
doctor borrowed tho money from us and paid them, now they have
nothing to worry them, cau use and enjoy their earnings and make a
payment each payday of their entire indebtedness.
Come in today and talk the matter over with us you'll find us
pleasant, courteous and easy to do business with. '
Mutual Loan Company
People's National Bank Building; Room 411. Old Phone West 122;
New 5109. Open Wednesday and Saturday Nights.
We are very quickly forgotten, aa4
most of us have reason to be devoutly
thankful for the same.
Once in awhile we run across people
whose hearts are so wide open that
It is Impossible to keep anything Jo,
It must be a sad old world for these
people who are afraid of work. No
doubt they are scared blue half the
- -. '
In a great number of cases there Is
many a trip between the cup and toe