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THE BOCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY. MAY 17. 1913.
HOLD A 2ND MEET
Treasurer John Schoall, Moquete
Drastic action in bringing about a
Sunican and His Followers Dis
gruntled by Business at
line ccmrany to act as official in
W. A. j
18. All compensations paid to local i
complete revision of the by-laws cf i cierKs 10 oe paia c-y locai camys. ,
tie order and the urging of a united 19.-Destruction of official sinecures. .
;'rt aBt hi?h- 20. Revision of by-laws and decen-!
er ra es. composed a lengthy piatrorm
which was passed by the convention.
PLANKS IX PLATFORM.
The report which constitutes the
platform of what is to be known in
the future as the National M. W. A.
tssoeiaticn included the following
D.-. James V. Begthal of Hastings, Neb
Elected President of the New
tralization of power. I
21. Opposition to efforts toward se-
cession, division and dismemberment.
Trevious to the report of the com-1
mittee on resolutions D. T. Robertson i
of Cresco, Iowa, asked for privilege to t
Id ALLLuLU pldus- . !he had submitted a resolution to be I
1. -Restoration of representative j Pmbodied in the official p!atformf but !
government in the M. W. A. . I that the resoiution had been placed in !
2. Repeal of illegally enacted leg-j the pocket cf the committeemen and j
islation at the Chicago conven'ien. i be believed it had not been brought
3. Removal of present head of-1 before that body. The resolution pro-!
vided for the cutting the salaries of
4 Provision for individual referen- head camp officials in two. It further.
dum rote previous to any proposed j provided that all auditors be paid at
rate changes lhe rate ot 510 a day for work actually
' , vwi. a Vpw i done and thai; delegates be given a per
Owing to the fact that the resolu
ticn touched a financial snot In the
transactions of te present omcers ut
the head camp
Springfield. III., May 17. Election of
omcers for the permanent organiza
tion of insurgent Moder Woodmen of
America and the adoption cf a plat
form which embodied a fiery criti
cism of the present officials cf the
head camp of the Mcdern Woodmen,
marked ".he lorlng session of the first!
arn'icl conve ntion cf insurgent?, I the M. W. A. sanitarium.
Ycrk conference bills in all states .
6. Investigation of a.l financial
hearts of many of those present who
; might be ofp.ce seekers in the organi-
7 Investigation of the operation of :gt'on tne result of the conventions j
YOUNG & McCOMBS
Demonstration of Gossard Corsets
They Lace in Front Wed., May
21, Thurs., May 22 2nd tloor. '
Hemp, Milan & Chip Hats 29c
Lowest Priced Flowers 15c a Bunch
Genuine Panamas, not "paper ones," $3.gS to $7.50.
Children's Hats, $ 1. jg. $10 Hats $3.98. $5 Hats 98c.
YOUNG Sr MrfOMRS
All Our Suits are Going at 33 Discount
All Our Coats are Selling at 25 Discount
f;.25 silk mull waists 83c
$3 (lingerie waists . . . $1.85
S9c neat waists .45c
Drawers, 53c values ......45c
Nightgowns, $1.50 values
Draws. $1 values 83c
Petticoats. $1 values 83c
Petticoats, $1.50 values ..51.19
Nightgowns. S9c values ...69c
action was awaited with interest by
whih opened at the state armory' 8. Demand for the restitution of ! those suspecting the present insurg-i
Tlr;isday. The ron-.ention adjourned i money illegally spent.
ents are organizing solely for the pur-
Demand fcr the nur.5?hment of j p0se of getting offices. When the re-
any omcers lonna guilty ci m.ippru- j port 0f the committee on resolutions
Fine d si 2 o'clock yet:erdiy after-i.o'jn.
Dr. Jam V. Rprg.ol of Hast'n?s, j priation of fund?. i was read it was found that Mr. Rob-
Neb, was elected president of the per-1 10 Establishment of limit of two ertson's resolution had in sooth been
mar.fit organiza'ion. J. G. Jchnsoa j terms for any officer. I omitted.
of Kansas, one of thf mos-t nronunent i 11. Provision fcr recall of ar.y of-1 This led friends of John L. Sundean
Woodmen In Am'-rlta. was nominated. fieer. to inquire why the resolution rutting:
but in a short address before the con-1 12 Monthly report of all exper.di-1 the salaries was not brought up. The j
vntlcn d-l.ned t!:" nomination ciiiUtres publishefl in on.ei&i organ. ( tunaean men meintam mat tne pres-;
13. Prohibition cf granting of spe-;ent organisation is held purely for the)
cial dispensations. I purpose ot booming a rew men tor ot-:
U. Program of ri?id economy. j rice. 7linneapolis men promptly start-
15. Complete revis.on of present I ea activities in tne cnort to get tne
I deputy syBtoni to eliminate po.itics. ! re.ioiution up tor consideration in or-
ie.PrchibiMon of deputies or o'her'der to see how the convention stooc
paid oTciais from sitting as delegates ; cn the proposition.
t --..: i i j i. - i
in countv, slate and head camps. i hi,- siiu. iu iu prcssaie uc-
j; prohibition of any official of old ' broui:t by his friends in the
i movement, Sundean, who Is the father
- :3r-.Trrr- . , 0j tj1e insurgent movement, said that
he would not cail another convention
in opposition to the present -one, at
least at the present time. Kfforts on
I the part of the Lyon crowd and the
! Sundean faction to bring the two par
I ties together have failed. Advances
acco; nt of til heol.. Rertho; was
then elected unanimously.
Th- oft'ctTh are:
Preaiden James V. Bercthol, Has-t-ingi.
Vit t- pretid'-nt K. S, Smith, Sring
f i ild.
Kecretary Harry Hooper, Tecun:
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO
From The Argus Files of 1888
May 11 An agent for an eastern toy
house t.'bs !n the city today distribut
ing come beautiful pictures. He sold
Kartz & IlatiDscn a larg" bill.
Hoppe, the tailor, offers a $50 re
ward to aayone giving information
that will l id to the conviction of the
scoundrels wiio btole his goods the
evening of the fire.
The most serious damage that has
teen caused by overflow of water n:
this vicinity, occurred a fw minutes
before 1 o'clock this afternoon, when j
the bulkhead extending across Sylvan j
water from Sylvan i.-land to the gov
ernment isiajid, MH-cun'.bod to the
pressure of the great volume of water
above and gave way, end the water
v cut over like au avalanche and swept
don through the plough and out into
the main channel of the river with j
tenifu' force, carrying everything be-.
Ion- it. The boom which held the logs'
utx ve the slough bridge was snapped
I. ml 1,000,0H0 feet of los floated out
Into tho river. and were carried away
by the sw.ft Cowing current before
people hardy realized what had hap
pened. The old frame warehouse at
the foot of Eighteenth street and own
ed by the St. Louis and St. Paul Pack
et company, was moved away from its
moorings and floated down the Ftreain.
The total value of the logs which go.
away was $lu,)00. The old warehouse
was worth about f20. The greatest
damage was to the bulkhend. a solid
wall of masonry Too feet ion? and 30
feet high. Its destruction will sus
pend wcrk on the government is
land where the machinery was oper
ated by water power, but a'l the im
mense ind'.tttrles of Mollne will be
obliged to reduce their capacity in
cotiFequence. The wall was owned by
the government and the Uamane at the
least calculation, is estimated at $100,
000. Tuts water has risen rapidly at
this point f!l day a'-id is now register-4
prpnt inrrn vert iTir- in 'riftie thmntrli
- " i 1
the city. One thousand n.cn have: were made bv both sider,, but the feel
been thrown out of employment in ing could not be eliminated,
consequence of yesterday's brea'.virig i hivsks fou muea.
away of the government bulkhead I when Mose L. Winthrop of Slinne
dam, necessitating the shutting down ! apoijs ro3e to nominate Sundean for
of all the plow shops, the w agon ! permanent chairman he w as hissed at
works, pipe organ factory, the foundry ; the conclusion of his speech. When
of the Deere & Mansur works and sev-'the Minneapolis deiecation canvassed
j eral other industries. In Davenport; to select its committeeman on the
j the water has flooded the portion of i resolutions committee, Sundean again
the city adjacent to the river front and j attempted to receive some recognition,
j thirty families have already been ; but failed. Yesterday ha said he did
! obliged to move, while in the lower not know whether or not he may call
Dart of town factories are sunermg , a secona convention , which ne says
and much trouble is feared
May 14 At 9
"will be carried along on a business
basis and w ill not be for the sole pur-
o'cleck this morning ' pose of gaining office."
One of the largest concerns in
this lice sent us their entire
surplus stock of Hair Goods to
dispose of at a great sacrifice.
The goods are all natural hu
man hair and Include the best
possible assortment of shad3s.
This stock goes on sale Monday
at a tremendous price reduction
and no woman who appreciates
the value that a good hair dress
adds to her appearance can af
ford to miss this opportunity.
Switches that would
sell for ?1.25, rale
Switches that would
sell for $1.50, sale
Switches that would
sell for $3.25, sale
Switches that would
sell for $5.00. sale
Switches that would
tell for $G.00, sale
In our sanitary hair
dressing parlora you
will find all expert
attendants. 2d Floor
A 10c Spring Clearance! k
Fifteen items to be cleared out in the basement,
Monday at ioc each original values up to 50c.
Chair Blown Sold band Jelly Kitchen
Seat3 Goblets Tumblers Comports Knives
10c . 10c 10c 10c 10c
Cream Sink Clothes Varnish Breakfast
Pitchers Strainers Lines Brushes Plates
10c 10c 10c 10c 10c
Cups and 10 yd3. Women's Child's Cut Glass
Saucers Lace3 Vests Ho3e Tumblers
10c 10c' 10c 10c 10c
n A tTmiN Wfrft aurtiiii
Golden Oak, Gloss Finish.
$9.25 Dressers for $6.85.
$10 Dressers for $7.50.
$12.25 Dressers for $9.20.
$13.75 Dressers for $10.32.
Oak Finish Quarter Sawed
$15.25 Dressers for $11.45.
$10.50 Dressers for $12.40.
$IS.75 Dressers for $14.05.
$19 25 Dressers for $15.45.
$20.30 Dressers for $15.50.
$23.50 Dressers for $17.25.
$24 Dressers for $18.
Hand Polished Golden Oak Finish.
$15.50 China Closets, $11.65.
$17.50 China Ciosets. $13.25.
$20 China Closets, $15.
$2C50 China Closets, $19.90.
Guest Towels to Embroider
in Idle Summer Hours
Have a good supply stamped to take away with you
in the Winter you will be glad to have the dainty
Stamped Towels, guest and
large sine, best linen. The kind
that usually sell for 35c and
50c. All must go Monday
at only half price.
A new line of Royal Society
package goods has just arrived;
25 per cent discount Monday.
White Stamped Center-Pieces
Made of pure linen, showing
several different patterns, in
sizes 6, 10, 12, 22 and 24.
We wiil ell them Monday for
New Scarfs, Pillows and Cen
ters to match, stamped in ecru
linen. The pillows and scarfs are
fringed. Choice Monday only
A complete line of silks and
mercerised flosses for working
All D. M. C. Crochet Cottons
Will sell here Monday at only
SO per cent of their usual value.
For we have reduced them 20
per cent for Monday's sale.
-Art Department, Second Floor
Monday at roc.
Windsor Ties, plain colors and
plaids. Main Floor
Co-Operative Store Co.
Hand Polished, Golden Oak Finish.
$21.00 Buffets at $15.75.
$24.00 Huffets at $13.00.
$29.50 Buffets at $19.50.
$31.00 Buffets at $23.25.
$35.00 Buffets at $26.25.
$39.00 Buffets at $29.25.
$47.00 Buffets at $35.25.
$60.00 Buffets at $45.00.
$S3.00 Buffets at $62.50.
Hand Polished Golden Oak Finish.
$16.25 six feet 45 inches, $12.20. 1
$16.75 six feet 45 inches, $12.75.
$21.00 six feet 45 inches, $15.75.
$25.00 eight feet 48 inches, $18.75
$28.00 eight feet 48 inches, $2t.00.
$32.00 eight feet 54 Inches, $24.00.
$35.00 eight feet 54 inches, $26.25.
$41.00 eight feet 54 inches, $30.75.
$44.00 eight fet 54 inches. $33.00.
In- Rock Island
tiio .-atpr mpnsiirpfl ninrH feet a-id "We received no notice of this con
six inches. Up to 3 o'clock this after- j vention," he ,aid. "When Charles Ly- Tgg5-&
484 Yards Scrim, regularly
IH 18c; Monday price i2y2c.
colors, ecru ana wnue; an excel
lent ISc value. Curtain the win
dows daintily for Summer comfort
to the eye and person, use this
Scrim. Come Monday!
noon the embankment of the It. I. & i on sent cut the call our camp received
I' read in.fin which the safetv of the I no notice of the same. We w ere not
slough depends, was still ho dins its requested to attend. We will not,
on, though visiblv weakened. The however, attempt to create any dis
vater has penetrated all the blocks in ! lurbance here. Whatever action we
the neighborhood of Nineteenth street i ma? take be taken in lhe future
SnH twh ami Fmir'h avpnups. tnd i acd elsewhere."
Twentieth street on the east. Mr.
.lohn Volk's planing mill was obliged
to suspend and a large part of his
lumber damaged by watt-r. The lower
faw mill, the giass wcrks a:id the plov.
An attempt was made by some dele
gates to bring about a demand for im
mediate fjuster of the head camp offi
cers. E. S. Smith of Ohio moved that
E? THE VALLEY CLARION .
if unnon (ORnE(TEi).
A. G. Oldham, formerly of Andalu
sia, writes us from Sturgeon, Mo
suit 01 ouster against, tne o.nciais renew his subscription and to Mate
works wrre all obliged to suspend this.""" " " vWu....B o.l-;ulal ln,.- ,lpri, loriiauo in inai i- ai-
cn ujvc. my am nor siriKe siurgeun. .Air. vjiu-
Such action in the courts, if
morning. The T'nier. F'reet railway
now stops a. Nineteenth stret-t and
Fourth avenue and tranfcfers i's pas
sengers in a hack to the lower part of
I May 15 Stork in the Moline & Rock I
Island horse railway Company is fcr j
Miss Ella Taylor left lr.st evening j
j for Hush Center, Kan., where she will'
I spina several weens, r rum mere sue against the head camp that takes
goes to ( Olorado bpr.r.g?, Denver, , awaj. M their powc.r- witU aI1 the
umaaa una points m iov a. ue m we,lth ln .,, civilized world
kindly sends us the Sturgeon
"would place us in moral and physical somewhat too long to renr'nt. One
control cf the order." I,ran was killed and several barns and
Delegates were on their feet imme- j dwellings were wrecked. We note that
diately with objections and a hot fight ; the editor erroneously uses 'tornado"
ana cycicne as synonyms.
was among those to protest against
the Smith motion at length.
"We have all the law we want now,"
he said. "We have an injunction
at least $10,000, brought the sack of
teeth stickers back and said they did
not particularly care for gum drops
to; and wanted them exchanged for some
thing lse. The proprietor of iie
store toid the fellow that seeing he
was such a good customer and had
purchased all of five cents' worth in
six months, he would make the exchange.
Sugar Creek and trail the desperado.
A reward of $3 has been offered for
his capture, drad or alive.
Corn is sprouting tolerably well in
these parts, but a little more rain
would be apTirer iattd.
It is reported thai, quite a number
of the boys are taking a shine to the
new school ma'am out Lhir.hnell way.
Buy your oats, brain and chopped
feed from the International Grain &
Feed company. Joel Lumpkin, Prop.
be absent about three months.
HUH WH-irs BITTOXS.
Don't kick because you have to but
ton your wife's waist. Be glad your
wife has a waist, and doubly glad you
they jhave a wife to button a waist, for.
can't lift that injunction. If we de-1 Rome men's wives have no waists to
iclared for an ouster on the basis of i button. Some men s wives' waists
May 16 The maximum mark of the j mismanagement ve would throw the: have n0 buttons cjf to button Some
! hieh water of '83 has probalrly bson organisation into the hands of a re- men's wives' waists win have hufon
I established and the highest point tbatlceiver and the whole matter would be'cn to butr.on dcr.'fcare a continental 1
May 12 Watr 1s still tising. It th Mississippi his ever attained , in a turmoil." ' Iwiietto-r they are buttoned or not.!
has reacted the top of the walnscoat- here has been reached. Finally the motion wa3 transferred c0me mm don't h?.ve anv wives with;
tip to Auvr.nTisLns.
Terhap3 you not.'ced the "want"
.ccai in me r-rcss last weeit m wnicn uettysDurg, ra. lhe na.lonal com
"warm showers and plenty of them" mission on the 50th anniversary of
were asked for. Did you notice that i the battle of CcttysburK adjourned
ing ln the besement of 'he Centra!
Frctbyter'.r.n church. The R. i. & P.
tracks from the C.. B. & tj. depot es'
to Wcyerhsc 'Fcr & Denkruanu's taw
mi'.l are Coating, end at the foot of
Tenth street the ra! s are coraple'ely
vethod out. The water Is advancing
:- the cubnicrgod pert'ens cf the city
l.eretcf re mentioned, and threatens
into vn? nanas 01 tne executive com-, buttons on to button any mere than a
P. A. Ekluid has openu almittca of the new organization. rabbit.
watch makir.g establishment ln Milan. ' j "Button, button, who's got. the but-
Me?srs. Henry Krarr.er and Cr.arles 1 c
Bleuer, two well known Rock Island-
ers. hae formed a p?.rtners'j:p rn-irjC'
the name cf Kramer & B'euer, and w:l". j The Mioses l.ina and Lillie
soon open up a book binding c-stab-) ards are making an extended
lifhmeTt at 1012 Second avenue.
OtV FOR THE fOFMXS.
(Stark County News.)
For CO years Dsvid I!. Vil30n.
small farmer cf Oregon. III., lived
Tomorrow is the
the Presidency of
the United States.
the quality loaf, is the food
tampion of woman's rights
and the emancipator of
kitchen toil which has freed
them from baking slavery.
with relatives at Sigoumey, Iowa.
The depot end store at Sunny Hill 'frugal life, getting up before sunrise
was entered by burglars ore night and quitting work af'er dark, and a
last week. Five dollars and some ar- j few- days r.go died. Then it was dis
ticles of clothing were taken. There icovered that securities worth $1,000,
is no olew as to the identity of the 000 of money had laid in the safety
robbers, (deposit vault in a Chkago bank cred-
! Tl.e Fprmers' Social club will hold itcd to h'ni. Wil'on had never even
its next meeting at Albert Lawcoa's taken the trouble to go to Choago to
; home Friday evening. May 18. iicok after the papers representing his
i Miss Belle McXeag left Wednesday ' fortune. Ke just mailed the box rent
1 morning for Cour.'y Down. Ireland
they arrived Saturday morning and
were entirely up to specifications?
Need we again remark that it pajs to
AH, YES. .
The apple trees are in their annual
gala attire now, and chi the sweet
ness in the air about them! On Wed
nesday we were admiring the giant
ice cream cones into' which the pear
trees had transformed themselves; on
Thursday morning we turned expectant
eyes toward them, and !o! tJhey were
just pyramids of green, the snowy
prta's having blown ' far and wide.
Quite a sermon on the evanescence of
all pleasures of this mundane sphere,
John Eauscher cf Frefport has the
tiistinction cf belonging to more
lodges than any other man in the i'y.
He is a member cf 45 orders and has
been initialed into the mysteries cf 50
ledges. The other five have failed to
after a two days' session, having per
fected arrangements for an estimated
attendance of 35,000 veterans Of tha
blue and gray July 1 to 4. Permission
was granted Charles H. McConnell rf
Chicago, veteran of the Iron Brigade,
to erect a large circus tent for head
quarters for the Iron Brigade aad
its guests, Pettigrev's North Caro
lina brigade. ' ' J
Notice. J I
Bids will be received at the mayor's
office, city of Hock Island, until 10
a. in. May 31, for a combination auto
hose car and pump not less than 750
gallon capacity a minute. Specifica
tions on file in the office of Commis
sion Hart. Bids will also be received
at the same time and place for one
combination auto patrol and ambu
lance. Bidders to furnish their own
H. M. SCHRIVER, Mayor. (AdT.)
exist. The annual di'es paid by Mr.
a: the end of th year and went on ; Eauscher amount to $1,000.
w here she will Fpnid the summer vis-. working. The eccentric farnvr d'ed i
iting relatives, tind seir.g points cf without a w ill and without telling ar.y ' circi.evii.i.E n ?.ti:s.
interest on the Emerald Isle. jone that he was a millionaire. H?died Zeke Nitbaa lost a fine sjjoat laet
Mr. Lawscn and party took ln the ; leaving no family and tttorneys ha' e j week.
Foid auto trip to Sterling, by way of jbogin search fcr his relatives.
Moline. last Sunday and reports a
flne trip. j vhe kashiox HEi.rs.
Invi'r-.tions have teen issued for a
. May birthday party to be held next
(Stati Cci:nty News )
Abe V.'ilks, proprietor cf the Palace
ho el. lias greatly improved his justly
oelebratPd hostelry. Two new wash-
uougst a; bench and a beautiful
tKfti from b&kincr slavery. I 1 I '-x I
i -' m -
Try it it is different unusu- j J
ally good surprisingly good f
exceedingly good. I J jj-J
Several years ago a lady
i Saturday at tiic hciue ot Miss Ander- "remnant ' cf dry gcoos at a stl
! sen of O:ion. this city, thinking it, wcuIJ da to make - lobby desk
' Mrs. li. u. .Miner ar.a tne .Misses one of tne cr.iicrcn a yKirt, but she
'Ruth and Grace McWliinney were never found time to make it .-p until i
Cambridge visitors Thursday. liat werk. Meanwhile fastions had!
eo cnangea tat sne was an:e to rc.H.e
Notice. , !a complete dress fcr the young lady of
'rans have been placed
cn the outer
register with ;
But Newbro's Eerpicide V7ca
the "First Dandruff Germ
n ' gilt-edgf-d leaves add3 tcna to the
A discovery can be made but once, istroys the dandruff and prevents the
Afier that ail similar acts become j hair from falling. Itching of the scalp
emulation, imitation or an attempt at
j 'Newbro's Hcrpicide is a discovery.
The Daughters cf PriacMla held a lap
supper at the parsonage lagt Tuesday
'voning. Ice fram and take were
served bv the paster's wife. The pro
ceeds. J1.23. wili be devoted to the
. ! It was th first remdv ever triven to
office until 9 a. m. May 19 for the coa-;;,-. jiu.ciiu. t.T1 TI.ltl. . . . ... . ' .
' stmction of a 21-!nch rtonn drain on iClC'h le- U 18 mored that Jake Withers, our science to kill the dandruff grrm.
i Tenth avenue and Seventeenth street.) . r,.n7TTrn lcn5al "veryman. is about to .erure a CHher preparations have since been
i Snecilca'ns on fi at the en-'-! a.h ns.mir.ii. -permanent partner who wi:l patch bis-offered to the public, ecaj similar lu
L". ' ' 6 i (Tarrpiro Tornado.) ! overalls. '! arr.eaian?e. ccrr.e la odor, but all
C . . . . . .... . , . . . , . . . , fsnn.f. II In ,l .11 Ihi' ia rlilir,l
H M SCHRIVER, Ma"or Aa aTnus'lri5 tnme cappenrfl in one j A tola yeggman surrepntjous;y cn-; Dnng.ng tne aanng prcmite oi aoing . - . - w. w...--.
rea the back yard or our local un- tn same tningt tnat iiorpiciae nasi" "l
bout giving Cham- that tickled the boss and c'.crks until jdertaker last n'ght and stole his best ; teen doing for years. i11.1 be refunded. (
thf v ara r-11 Ia'jh!.n ! cwms alore i b.'2cir tronerB frsm the c'othesi line, i Evcnr article of this kind is merelv 1 CL'nl cen'S in posiags Tor Banj-
. . , . ... . . .." . . . ,. . . I . - . . : nln nr.ri hnnL-t. In ItiA l-frnirifia eon!-
it contains no opium or otner nar- last Lnns'inas iirne a man ircm ueer4air. uiacK was compcii in Dorrow a i ccp more intianve vi v.c.uus erauia- ,
cotlc3 and can be given with implicit Grc ve vicinity came into the store and ; rair from his next dcor neighbor la ticn, vile imitation cr a base attempt Pan;-', Uopt. H.. L'eiroi?, . I.ch. Appllc
; confidence. As a quick cure Tor i purchased five cents .verth cf sumjcrde- to direct the final obsequies 1 at subEtitution. tions ay bo-ojiaiKed at Koca bortoiy
: couehs 2nd colds to which children I drocs which were retaiiinz at nice -ever the remains of Grannie Gordon. I ' The "something iut as good'' story , thofi.
iare scsceDtible. it is unsuroassed. 'cents nr ncnind. Just last week thelThe constable. Eph Jenkins, expects iic cid. why give t a tho-Jiht? Htrpl- Vour-.t &. McCcrabs CoopereU
Sold By all oniglsts- (Adv.) i customer, who is reuutefl to ne worm to oorrow some oiooanounas irota c:co is ice uriginai .e-jy,
' berlaic's Cough Remedy to children.
ops almott with the firet applica
lion't be deceived by "Something
just as goad." li jour own druggist
does not ktc-p the genuine dandruff
germ destroyer. Newbro's Herplclde,
to cr.e who does. j
Newbro's Herpitide In SO-cent anI
$1 e!zs i3 told b;. all deilera wlip
It de-iStorea company, ipecial arent. tAdv.J