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up iw I'ltBSHr" ot the iiaac.au.l
T"', nm-ifisuntiit'ssef! Y..n recall
-tiMl!"'"1 d- do vou not- l,ti
"h tbr nvi'I'1 ri-'urn? Ym reoicm
. '.. ..h-kiii BKsiicintionf, while the
' n i.ut mine the face ot some
!. ' It s nn?e a pale. sU face. It
:rlfI!d(1 ni rks -f pain, lines of care.
-Il0',ul' he looking into the here
' 5t?1t Mtkno n future. And then
,'lt'r,(,cii'ji,1 it brightened, how it
''Uri.rr, i1 ror-y hue. how it net-Kme. a
.,i,Hrth.e lliinys? Many people do.
liilmliv tt-ll how the hiM'.ih returneii,
Jr' , ppnucKine Imfk, how ihe world
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v-i-ii, I received Ihe nios' pr
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ri"'embr. Now you recull
oi opie ycu hHve heard 3 y
Ndv you rrCi.ll.ct hmv
liiv.- li'-ini of this creHt Cure.
n 'iv to H:riiit tlibi memory
. li-i'.'.uii'. tlint ihe hiohe'
nit- from terfecl hex ltd. urd
i.' :it reined; his done more to
..m i prol.ir.a henlth thun unv
.cry i v.t known in the entire
hi; whole world.
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TEE NEW YEAH IS HBHE.
A .X V
V ii'''1 - A... .1
X.i regrets the departure
of deciepit old '91. He served
Us lay or rather the 3S5 of
them and Lis successor will
f'e I. is superior. The old is
gone, the new is here. You
iar notLing about the many
thincs we had in stock last sum
nin hut now! -that's different.
LisW. ami you can't help "but
he int-rested. We have deter
mine! to close out all our over
cou, and have cut the prices
Wp into the cost. Boys' acd
( liildivn's $3.o0, H aEd ?5 coats
all go at 2 2a. Boys' and chil
lirer.'a C, $7 and $S coats U HS
Men's overcoats in proportion.
1728 Second Ave.
B. We are still eelling
df'Vfs at half price.
SOLVED THE PROBLEM.
Tlift inventor of the New Scale Kim
call 1'iano was overjoyed when he found
tiat a success he had made of it, and the
above cut represents his feelinga Have
nu examined these pianos? Do not
confound them with the old stenciled
'ake. but call and see the New Scale;
ly are the finest in the land. We have
1'ist received a fine assortment in An
tique Oik. Bird's Ee Maple. Mahogany.
hun. Walnut, French Walnut and Rose
ond finish cases. Call early and see
'he finest variety ever shown in the city
sf Kock Island.
2. E07 Bowlby, 1725 Second Ave.
THE NEWEST FURNITURE.
Natural Finish Much lo Voifue Itedroom
Suit Stained a I'alm Leaf Green.
There is a tendency to produce bedroom
suits, and in fact aim t any style of furni
ture, except draw-in? room, in natural
finish. This is liarx!sonie in oak, maple
and mahogany, says The Decorator and
Furnisher. Wulntit is completely gone out
of date, except in the cheaper grades.
15eeeh, in natural finish, promises to come
into quite extensive tise, and in color it re
sembles natural ma'ioaiiy. Besides the
costly Turkish, Iuis Seize, rxuis Quinze
and First Kmpire s.yles of drawing room
furniture that are uf holstered in broeatles,
brocatelles ami satins, there is another
class of work that only comes in the most
expensive prados. The chairs and lounges
of thiselnssare concave backed, with wood
work handsomely painted in the place of
upholstery. The m.xlern bed room, in ad
dition to a bed, has for furniture a vrard
rolK", wa-hstund, (Ireisin? table, h cabinet
table and chair. Wliileall these furnish
ings are dilTen-nt from each other, the gen
eral principle of desi 'n should Ix? the same.
As a proof that exce lence of desi-n can be
bail without a nec.sirv deienilence on
cost, the authority already quoted men
tions a set of lM.-drof.rri furniture made in
ordinary woixl. stair ed a delicate palm leaf
green and finished ton dull surface. The
washstand has iimicolored tiles with cop
per fittings. The entire set consists of
wardmUs washstan I, dressing table, cab
inet table and three chairs. The shape of
the various articles could hardly be im
proved upon. The style or the design in
clines to the Arabic
An Attractive Tl,l,. Mat.
One of the newest designs for a table mat
is shown in the accompanying cut from
rood Housekeeping. It is made of white
satin drilling, wit I. a cutwork design of
A IiAlNTk' T Itl.K MAT.
wild roses and I h -ir leaves. The pattern
is worked with Ko nan llossiu colors pink
for the flowers an 1 i-recii for t he leaves
the stitches empln.-ed being King and short
buttonhole stitch, outlining and French
A piece of whit? fishnet bice, which is
firm and durable, is fastened beneath the
square of linen, ai d the stitches are taken
through the two it aterials. When finished
the plain linen is i ut out. leaving the net
for the background. This mat, which is
six inches square is intended to le placed
beneath a pretty las or silver salt cellar,
and a pair of them one for each end of the
table would lual e a charming gift for the
housewife who elights in dainty table
A Chcnji anil f.inreitient Ii,iiifoetanU
There is such a variety of ckxI disin
fectants that the choking is difficult. It
is advisable to i void such as smell very
strongly, especially for t raveling, as such
things are unpl Hsn:it to oneself ami to
others, and the s run;,' smelling disinfect
ants are by no nuans more eHective than
odorless ones. V cheap portable disin
fectant is permai ganate of potash; a bottle
full of these crys- als bought at the stores
or any chemist's will last for years. It can
be used when wanted by putting a pinch
of the potash over night in a jug ef water;
in the morning it will present a reddish
appearance, and ran be used for drains,
etc. A small qu unity of this liquid kept
in a basin and re jewed daily keeps a room
fresh und destroys disease germs. The
only drawback is that, if too strong, the
liquid will stain linen; at the same time it
has the great advantage of being easily
carried nlxmt. while it can be prepared in
the smallest quant ity at u moment's notice.
I'luiliroiil erfcl ISook Cover.
There is quite a rage for richly embroid
ered book bipdin snow Ladies often make
them for small wedding gifts. The ma
terial used is generally white Ottornansilk
or some pale t nt, but now und then a
showy colored ground is selected, such as
bright yellow. Uonventional floral designs
are the favorites, and mostly we hud a lit
tle gold twist introduced in the embroid
eries. Occasionally the ground is spangled.
In almost ever case the prettiest books
are those with conventional designs car
ried out in brill ant shades. Another un
common style of ornamentation that ama
teurs may be gl id to hear of is the simu
lated lace applique. A white Ottoman silk
book cover is i mbroidered at the corners
with fine black silk, intricate lace stitches
being copied to carry out the idea. While
this is not so ar istic as many of tle floral
designs, it has the charm of novelty to
l ove's Well.
These are dainty little cakes made by
oliifniilni. nut r minis nf nnund cake about
l"-'r " . .
li inches tlacK. witn a ai incu circular ,
cutter, and c ttting out their interior
with another, i size smaller, so that the
inside thereof may be neatly emptied
to within hal? an inch of the bottom,
leaving small round hollow cases, which
should be ref.lled with whipped cream
or covered w th a spoonful of apricot
jam. So prepred, the cakes should be
masked with t ull icing, prepared by just
melting (not boiling) one-half pound of
Icing sugar, w.th rather more than a table
spoonful of ru u and a squeeze of lemon
jnice. When iced, the cukes can be deco
rated with gla e fruits or chopped pistachios
as preferred. Thesn are charming little
cakes, and as good to eat as they are pretty
to look at.
Italian Mojo ot Cooking Btaccaroni.
Boil six ounces of the best maccaroni in
three pints of boiling water, with a little
pepper and sa t. Allow it to simmer gently
for fifteen or i wenty minutes, then drain it;
return the mtccaroni to the saucepan with
half a pint of good gravy and allow it to
simmer until it has absorbed all the liquid.
Have ready grated half a pound of cheese;
put half of it with the maccaroni until
it is nearly melted, and tbea add the re
mainder wit t an ounce ot butter. Stir
it well, alwaj s the one way, until cheese
and maccaroni are well mixed. Serve very
hoc A littla short crust bordering the
dish is an addition.
THE ABGUB, TUESDAY. JANUARY 2G, 189. Y
AS TO EUX tllALS
The SInllne BllK.iatrriaI AMftOelatioa
Reaolvrn aa 10 Munday Burial.
At the meeti: g of the Moline Minis
terial association yesterday, a discussion
which has been in progress for some
weeks, resulted in the unanimous adop
tion of this resolution:
Recognizing, as we believe we do, the
possibility of improvement as to some
particulars in the cocduct of funerals, we
throw out the following by way of sug
gestions to the public:
1. We recommend that the relatives
and friends arrange to bory their dead
wiin the least possible display or ceres
2 Inasmuch as it is inconvenient and
exhausting for ministers to altetd funerals
on Sucdays, and furthermore because it
deprives hackmen snd all others called to
attetd upon funerals of their day of rest,
we recommend that they be not ap
pointed on that day unless it be un avoids
3. We recommend that in all cases the
minister be conferred with before the
time for the service is fixed.
4. We recommend that in inclement
westher bearers and others do not un
cover the head as a mark of respect, as
such exposure is often dangerous.
5. We call attention of the city
nounril to the danger of having public
funersls in cf.ee. of death by dangerous
col tsgeous diseases.
tOI XTY Hl lMin.
23 Thomas Vanater to Eerjiimin Va
nalta, wj stj 9. 16. 4w, S3.90U.
5 -Estate of Eli Drury. Bond filed
and approved and letters of administra
tion issued to Charles E. Spickler.
Frank Freuch. George FreDch acd Lewis
Mc Greer appointed appraisers.
Estste of Andrew Drugg. Bond of
John E. Drugg as administrator filed and
pr roved and letters of administration
issued to bim. Ira Reynolds, Thomas
Watson and Fred Feldman appointed ap
Esta'e of Archibald McAfee. Inven
tory, appraistment bill and widow's
award filed and approved.
Estate of William W. Johnson. Will
admitted to probate.
Estate of Daniel O'BrieD. Proof of
nofce to creditors lihd Claim of Charles
R Wheelan 102 05 idlowed.
Estate of Mathilda HilbHng. Claims
allowed. Administrator's firjhl report
bled and approvd and orutr nisi sp
proving same by Feb. 15.
Why is Cubeb Cough Cure called the
one minute remedy? The following
from Harry Elliott, vice-president of
Ststc Insurance company, Des Moines,
explains bis first experience: His wife
recently became so' hoarse from a severe
colli she could not siestt above a whis
per. One dose of the Cubeb Couch
Cure afforded great relief, and a few
doses removed the hoarseness entirely.
fie also says his children Lave never been
so free from coughs and colds as they
have been since he keeps Cubeb Cough
Cure in he house. Ilartz & Bahnsen.
Hot Springe Skin Soap not only pre
vents ail skin disorders, but is excellent
for the toiiet and nursery.
Stood the Test-
Allcock's Porus Plbsters are unsp-
proschatle in curative properties, rapidity
and s.tiety ot action, and are the only re.
liable plasters ever produced. They
have successfully stood the test of over
thirty years' use by the public, their vir
lues have never been equalled by the un
scrupulous imitators who have sought to
trade upon the reputation of AUcock sby
miking plasters with holes in them, and
claiming to be "jjst as good as All
cock's," acd they stand today indorsed
by not only the highest n edical author
ities, but by millions ol grateful patients
who nave proved totir efllcacy as a
Beware of imitation?, and do not be
deceived bv misreDresentations. Ask
for Allcock's, and let no solicitation or
explanation induce you to accept a sub
In the pursuit of the gooi things of
this world we anticipate too much; we
aat out the heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
Ihem. The results obtained from the use
of Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
all claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
stomach, liver, kidney and bladder
troubles. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood purifier, a sure cure for ague and
rr.ala.na! diseases. Price, 50 cents, of
Fine Playing I'arda.
Send ten (10) cents in stamps to John
Sebastian. Gen'l Tkt. and Pass. Ag'tChi
cago. Rock Isbnd & Pacific R7., Chica
go, 111., for a pack of the latest, smooth
est, slickest playing cards you ever saw
Just the thing for high five parties. Fer
a 50c express money order or postal note
will send you five packs.
The favorable impression produce! on
the first appearance of the agreeable li
quid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs a few
years ago has been more than confirmed
by the pleasant experience of all who
have used it, and the success of the pro
prietors and manufacturers of the Call
fornia Fig Syrup company.
'-It leads them all," is the general reply
of druggists when asked about the merit
or sales of Hood a Sarsaparilla.
In th Kick of Time-
The nick of time to stop the coarse of bladder
and kidney complaints is when Ue crgtna con
eerned exhibit a tendency to grow inactive. Tbe
healthful usddIm toward activity that they re
ceive front Iloatetter'a Etomach Bitters rescues
them from impending danger, aod averts such
daEgeroaa maladies as Brlgsc's disease and dia
betes. Slugtiehncsa of the kidneys lucres?
liability to chronic rheumatism, coat and dropsy,
and since the blood i filtered by these nrpacs in
Its pasaam through tbem, the operation of the
Hitlers aerves a doublv haDDT Dnroose. The
medicine acts without elding, like the fiery
stimulant of commerce. Maiartal, dyspeptic,
constipated and aervons invalids are InutouKhir
relieved by lu Sinee the advent o that shocking
malady, la srippe. it has been widely demonstrat
ing its asef ulnest u a curative and preventive of it.
Sfiw Trv This.
It will cost you nothing and will surely
do you good, if you have a cough, cold,
or any trouble with throat, chest or
lungs. Dr. King's New Discovery for
consumption, coughs and colds is guar
anteed lo givo relief, or money, will be
paid back. Sufferers from La Grippe
found it just the thing and under its use
bad a speedy and perfect recovery. Try
a sample bottle at our expense and learn
for yourself just bow good a thing it is.
Trial bottles free at Uariz & Bshnsen's
drug store. Large size 50c and 1.
S. H. Clifford. New PmpkbI TT;
troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism,
bis Stomach was disordered hia lic.
, . -j iitci nua
affected to an alarming degree, sppetjte
i sj, anu ue was terribly reduced
flesh and strength. Three hniiic.
Electric Bitters cured him,
Edward Shepherd, Hanisburg, 111 .had
a running tore on his leg of eight years'
standing. Used thiee bottles of Electric
Bitters and seven boxes of n,,bi.. o
Arnica Slve. and bis leg is sound and
eu. oonn Bpeaacr, uatawba, Ohio, had
five large fever sores on his lew donr..
said he was incurable. One bottle Elec
tric Bittors and ODe box Butklen's Arnica
ive cured bim entirely. Sold by
ariz & Babnoen, drug store.
BCCKLKN'8 AHKICA 8ALVB.
The best sslvc in the world fVir i,e
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblnins,
corns and all skin eruptions, and posi-
uvciy cureo pries, or no pay required. 1
guaranteed to give perfect saliBitctit
money refunded. . Price 25 cents m
box. For sale hv Hsrt7 A Tnr.
For Over Fifiv Tears
J.TrS. WinsloWS Sonthinw Srmr. ht .
been used by millions of mothers for
their children while teething. If dis
burbed at night and broken of your res
by a sick child suffering and crying with
pain of cutting teeth send at once and get
a eeiue o: - jirs. winsiow's ttpothing
Sjrup" for children teething. It will re
lieve the poor little tufferer immediately
Depend upon it, mothers, there is no mis
take about it. It cures diarrhoea, regu
lates the stomach and bow( Is, cures wind
colic, softens tbe gums, reduces icSamma-
on and Elves tone and er.rn v to the
Whole SVStem. "Wrs Wiri(.inw,tS-.rth,ncr
Syrup" for children teelting is pleasant
to the taste and is the prescription of one
of the oldest and best iemale physicians
and nurses in the United Stales. Sold by
all druggists thr aighout tf world. Price
twenty-five cents a bottle. ue sure an(j
rph tor Mrs. vv inslnw e t-oei h;r,g Svrup
xa,WhoopineCough.Broiichitis Mid Asthma, aeer
tfciQ cor for Consumption 10 drsl slar. ul m nan n-lief
In advanoed staera. I mt mwe. Ton vill see the
excellent effect after takine the first dose. Soil
ilcalvrs .lt Lru. Liu tMlilat 50 cvuu iumI fl.0y.
A Delicires zzl SsaltMal Cenfe:ti:n!
THE PUREST AND BEST CUM
EVER OPPI E3 TO THE PUBLICI
ITS MEDICINAL PBOPtRTIES ASE iKVAlfJABLE!
S:SS THLCA7, C375E3 A"3 CCL23,
AND IS HIGHLY BENEFICIAL TO PI SCEPTICS.
It whitf-r.s tlift terth and s.vr;r:iG tlir lirfi.nh. im
parts a rileas.Ti:t taste t. tite iiujtitn, ami au agree
able feeling to t!?e stoniarh.
Horn's Choc-To Cinm is the lio:t, tr.- it once, and
you will nse iit titlit-r afierwards. if any dealer
you ask foi il. has li"t cwl it, take no clhcr, but eo
somcwlicre t l-c. You will tind all progressive
dealers have it. that is tlir clas of dealers to p.it
ronixe always for anything you want.
CHEW BORC'S CHOC-TO CUM,
59 ft. 61 S. CANAL ST., CHICAGO, ILL
HARTZ & BA.HNSEN,
Who!cul A genu for Rock Island.
Ask your Drnecist for I
bottle of Hie ti. The only
' noa-poiionous rumedv for all 1
r the unnatural discharges and
Snvate d iseases of men and tha
ebilitating weakness peculiar
to women. It cures in a few
days without the aid or
i publicity of a doctor.
ll I mrrrml Ammcan Cure.
kThe Evans Chemical Co. I
u . a.
& DtHll.ll (Tt-B lbraar I V
IT AHO SUSPENSORI
r ar.tr 3iu
.lNi-:Y, Wa Tnr thim-cltoc f-
inrr. ana. ia.
hur. twililwi,. l'rr-.Htll oj 1. -t-irilT tro..eb il tVKIS
PARTS. rt.rincOH-ai ollHl.TII lad tlulilOl ssvarwia.
Klrtrwr twrrml I1 lntail. nt e f-r:eil fcr.tfi li, -um.
UK IT Ml S-.w j r.i.t, S. mm V .jr.! tmt r.
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No Drugs or Modloiatea nf Any Kind
!r VF.K HSiOWSI TO FAIL.
No inconvenience whatever. Pleaaaiit to take.
Can b 0-uzlit at any tnt-las gmcers. S te J
et-n will core ike worst cae. Send 1 1. OH fur
recipe to VV lv, Jtitroaii, Conh
I A VflrTjan tTJAV SPIa and
1- - - " l -mrwmm WIM
An4 n xklnrrtr'.r. mi
j ium w fitaiiia,j ii.tay WVWIll li.l UUy
OutLvr'kfJ SvTAtJAup cora info fer liouse
Then vnlsfi all troubles aWay.
Billiard Parlor Sample Room,
No. 117 Eighteenth Street.
JA1MES T. O'CONNOR, ! Proprietors. WJI. H. CATTON.
J. Til. CHRISTY,
ten imnmntpc ;o
Jis ot Brifi i'liwr, Ho-niaf'iie. Waki'iulir" . Jjn
finTis, N.TT:i:iL'rs, Kasoiftitfr.atltli-Hinai'd Iim
ru'a;i- in f? tier ifx can t 'Tcr ori ion. yn
hrw-'f.. opli; ni or
lion HnI 1 1 --'T'ly. I'ut
BKKOKE JJsO rT::a vsin:;.
Juan ti'.f- moaty. Circular lroe. A jress erv Sfceed o.
salc in Rck island bv Hartz fe
avenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
FOR CATALOGUES ADDRESS
J. C. DUNCAN, Davenport. Ia
TO THE AFFLICTED!
SVm medical tr';iLu;f;it can be hart" for reanon
tf- '.lf able lulcesof The l"eru Chemicai Co.. pr
S" J Pared from tbe presKU-iptionaof lr. Will
sMBptiurns.aiiln'Hicianiif world-witle repute?
"Y0UK6 MEN S,SSiK
1jO&$ of Slt'mnry. Dttxnninncv. etiL.
frra early Indiscretions or other causes; alno
MfDDLE-AGED MEN inariv&nceoi their yoanvKid-
neT and Bladder trouble, etc. will Bud cur Metlitd
nf Trentment a Safe, Certain and Speedy Cl'RK.
C tLJT 11 II DKvTlllCC fcxfertenceproTefithat!T
OLitl. WAL l AO I ILLCd. trnal medicines will
nt'eureibe"oveailment. lir.W iliioniA.
hohasiriv. special attention to ttit
diseases tor many years, pperH-ribes Semi
nal la.Htilles which act direotiy upon the
diseased onxarm.and restore viftur belter
than Stomach Medicines, as they are not
chanced tyUie prastrtc Juice and req uire in
change ot diet or interrupUun in business.
HftMC TffCITWCI'T acaires. InstlV,?
ctinKfnin ruw to iU.JHK uwd withun
TVIlhams' private proctU-e. fiive Uiem a trtnl.
PFPiFlP Un Pi '"rtheKWn-yaandBL:ldernrOi
OI (.ill I I VI nLtul recent cases in one to tour days
f'TPS'Ur niTDODtHP Sure t ure for ail t jniiso
blLnint CUIriLrniU Female Weakness. etc
Call or write forCatnltnrue and InforaiAuoabcfc
CoaaailUnp others. Address
THE PERU CHE.V3ICAU CO.
1 89 W18C0H81H STRLET. MILWAUKEE, WI
Tot sale by all Brt-clasa.Grocery dealers.
C. O. JD.
221 and 223
AL Laundry Work done on short notice.
A specialty of Dress Skirts.
Prices as Low as the Loves t.
Dr. Renison's ttrl ab'e Remedy, raneas every
where idot; tbe ladies aa fe. prompt and
effectual. The original worrtan't tclcaXioH. Price
fl, sent direct, sealed : iiiformatioa free. Address
Cai.n Medical Co.. Boston, Mass.
In 3 a
f Jnrri9.n mr wn
V VI WillW.1 1 lilMV
I KAI8FACTQREB Cf CRACKERS (13 BISCUITS-
Avk Yo-ir Orrw-er for Them.
j 1 hoy are Bet.
j Tte Chritty "Cyst eh" ar il t hr::j- "WarER."
I HOCK ISLAND.
rnre hi! r;rroti" lira-!
M:rti as ie:ik Minor".
t 1 11 .iM,'l. Nightly KfMi!
f pmn roi tri.Mii jt.Tuu.e
stinailants w l.K'h m ti
tip f-.n .T;-,i-;n t- carrv in v -t initki
1 per ia k
Bhnen. 31 Ave. snJ 20;h str?fct.
FALL AND WINTER STOCK
V of Goods received by
53Call and Examine.
A. D. HUESING,
Represent, amone other time-tncd and wel
knows Fire Iasoracce Oompanie hefoliowicg:
Koy&l Insnrarice Company, of Bnpland.
Weschester Fire Ins. Company of N . Y.
Bnffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. T.
Rochester German In. Co., Rochester, K. T.
Citiien In. Co., of Pittsburgh, P.
6nn Pire OfBce. London.
Union In. Co., of California,
Security Ins. Co New Hwr, Cor n.
JUiwantee Mechanics lc. Oi., Milwaukee, Wl
German fire Ins. Cool PMiria, 111,
OfEce Cor. 18th St., and SccodU Atc
ROCK I6LA.ND. ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Conipnlc;
Losses Promptly Paid.
Tl&Ut a- low tP any reliable compary tan afford.
Tour Patroaeee i solicited.
Lire Stock Insurance Co.
Insorcg lire stock sg.iicst death from accident
or disease. For rales apply to
ED. UBBERKXECHT. Ajent.
1112 Seraod arenue. Bock Islaad,
The Rock Island
Is the best medium through
which to reach the country trade.
Advertisers should have their
announcements;ready by Thurs
day morning to insure insertion
in the current week's issue.