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FRIDAY, MABCH 12,1909.
OH TRIMBLE SIDE TO LAYMEN Ntv. York Man Present Last Evening at the Young Men's Christian Association to Tell of Need. aJd? IN THE FOREIGN LANDS Also of the Coming Laymen's Mission ary Convention to be Held in Des Moines in a Short' Time. Dr. Trimble of New York City spoke to representatives of nearly every church in the city, last evening at the Y. M. C- A., speaking on the present laymen's missionary movement. He told of the organization as an educa tor for laymen of the churches as to the needs in other countries and for the necessity for missionaries. He told of the convention to be held in Dea Moines soon, of the purpose the program and the benefits which should be derived and the things ac complished. Dr. Trimble suggested that a special committee be appointed to look after affairs relative to the convention and an effort be made to have Keokuk represented by a large delegation. With this plan in view Henry Strickler was made chairman of such a committee and E. W. Peirce, secretary. Annual Election. The annual election of the board of directors of the Y. M. C. A. took place yesterday between the hours of 9 a. m. and 9 p. m. The votes cast were not many as the ticket was a straight one with no choice. Only four names had been' nominated for the position of directors and they were elected to serve three years. The directors are the following: T'neo. A. Craig, C. J. Smith, Ira W. Wills and Dr. J. E. Forney. Pool Tournament. In the pool tournament last evening Fred Maxwell defeated Harry Horn •by a score of CO to 45 and Robert Ulrich defeated Charles Allen by a score of 60 to 52. This evening Harry "Watson and Arthur Gordon will play. THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH REVIVAL Rev Robert W. Lilley Takes for his Theme "Three Decisive Steps,". Prof. McVay sings "The Homeland'' A large audience was present last night at the Christian' church revival to hear evangelists Lilly and McVay. Rev. Nicoson of Memphis, Mo., form erly pastor of the Christian church in Keokuk was present and assisted in the services last night. Both platforms were filled with sing PI*5. Frof. McVay has a chorus rehearsal every evening at the close of the serv ices and the singing by the chorus is McVay has a high tenor voice and sings so that every word can be dis tinctly understood. He has had much experience in evangelistic, work hav ln? suns for some of the country's best evangelists. AN ITCHING PALM NO Cure for It. Other Forms of .Itch ing Preferable. There is 110 cure tor an itching palm—the money kind. Even poslam, the new skin discovery, cannot help it. But when it comes to eczema, the most annoying ot itching skin trou-j bles, polsam wil stop the itching at bpcoming very proficent. Last night There Is Only One "Bromo Quinine." Mr. McVay sang "The Homeland." That is LAXATIVE BROMO QU1N beautiful solo which touched the IXE. Look for the signature of E. W. hearts. Tonight he will sing "I'm GROVE. Used tlie World ov*..- to Cure Homesick for Heaven Tonight." Sir. Minister Robert W. Lilley took for I'is sermon theme last night. "Three Decisive Steps." He held the audi ence in rapt attention throughout the discourse, and many pronounced it the a hS6' il "Y C,:riatift" ,!e0I:le not Pre lead away from God by strange I faithful work in the cltj. Idols. The first sten in returning to God is tn put away from your lives an idol «'ljich comes between you and God. 7 Return unto the Lord with all thine Wesley South. Mesdames.Bell South.i enough slmnly to srive up sin lnit v'e must enter Into active service for tli" Master. Here the speaker defined service as Wo'"k, obedience, and usefulness. t,7a*e UP thy cross daily and follow Him. 0*'t of physical exercise come our Hair is once and cure the worst cases in a few days. So with hives, rash, scabies, split toes, piles, and scaly scalp, all of which are different forms of eczema, accompanied by severe itching and caused by imperfect digestion ana careless diet. I Lt Polsain comes in two-dollar jars, but OTXTTPP WflTTPC rtTP fifty cents' worth will answer in curing any of the diseases mentioned. It can! be had of any druggist. Wilkinson & Co. make a specialty of It. That results are immediate will be amply demonstrated over night by the use of the experimental sample which the Emergency Laboratories, 32 West Twenty-Fifth Street, New York City, will send free by mail, in plain wrap per, to any one who will write for it. cording to our works, every member jhuJ1 Build up your whole body. Regu-Ilittle lartes the bowels, clears the blood, iover aids digestion, makes you well from head to feet. That's what Hollister's Rgcky Mountain Tea will do, the great- est spring regulator. Tea or Tablets, 35 cents. Wilkinson & Co. THANKS RETURNED TO MANY PEOPLE tae winding up of affairs Centennial birthday, desires by its songs rendered Canby, organizing Lincoln voters jtor E. E. Hawkes, chairs loaned and trans- portation Ayers Music Co., use of pi- |the ano to our citizens who so cheerful-!.g ing and most excellent reports of the Cold In One Day. 25c. bet sermon b. hu delivered so far! cta-eh some time ago, alter Wn0P A SURPRISE FOR RETIRING MINISTER Friends of Rev. W. T. Green Called Un on Him Last EveninT at His Home. rro„,, wiin rositfiieil the Rev. \\. T. Gieen who resigned ™e pastorate of the Pilgrims Rest Baptist: After speaking of the idolatry which of his friends who called and spent thei '^^va^ellstj evening as a Yesterday•'afternoon was a time to of today apprec ation for 1 Is long pastorate and I Refreshments were served durin the evening by a committee compose I of Miss Belle Aikens, Mrs. Joseph Mathews and Mrs. Her.ry Harris Wl-at is your idol? most enjoyable evening was spent by: all. The following were present: Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Shelton, Mr.^andj^-^ Second step. Prepare your hearts ""to the Lord—Confess your sins, ews, Mr. and Mrs. Fry, .Mr. anu n,,s:' brought a present to be distributed!f" ,' j! Kendrick, Rachel Aikens, Mary Preston —The Drexel and teams will clash, this evening at Drexel alleys. dandruff, a hair tonic and dressing. Have confidence in his .advice. Follow it. He knows. WILL GO TO BUZZARDS ISLAND CaPta"n Which Has Been Wintering in Canal Was Brought 'Down Yesterday. U1 MJbK 1 Riehtma" Christ comes spiritual strength. called the "Fox" after the engine We will be judged and rewarded ac-iwhich The boat has been in the best of trip,s 4 Extended. IJack has been living on a farm in with "Henry Bosse" went up connected with the observation of the Lincoln that are being made on the boat. The boat Woman's Relief Corps, contribution Daughters Htruck of the American Revolution, contribu- m,US1( I60 SO well member of "ng Senator MrManus niwl Xeweomb !river tortiiei rtwof ine addres slso for taeir two fine address, bons or veterans, services as ushers Mrs. J. wU1 no doubt be crowded many visitors who will attend to see boat races and river pageant tQ be j)eld ly aided in finances the city press, so Qaptain Walter Blair of the Carnival] twenty-seven tent-cottages had been greatly assisting us by free advert!s-. Packet company trip s0011 with occasion. ]and Davenport friends, south to theipregent F. C. OVERTOi nl0Uth W. B. BLOOD. 10f interest along the route wi Ill in the boat race^to be held 111 Peoria on August 11 th an^ an «, be given by the Illinois Valley Yachl club of that city. 1118 Ladi?s Aicl iong remenlbered by man's Relief cugtom it was a"d a dei3ghtful What do you love most? Here the evangelist defined an Idol being any thing which was the siinreme object of our devotion. GeorEe D. Foster, Mr. and sirs. notwum thlrtv nnfl fortv were! I drawjng and hpnrt." Xf-n.o Ki77.Ie Dixon. Geo. T.:!} any knowledge of the circumstances. Third Step. "Serve Him. Only." cannot serve two Masters." It is Mollle Malone, Kizzle Dixon, Geo. T. un)orolls Ru. Agnes Johnson, Greenle Smith, Thomas Davis Misses Bell Aikens,j. 1 Blanche Aikens, Agie Smith. Georgia South. Mr. The Daily Docker's Launch "Vivian" K: RIVER WU1 ±.b OJ! A 1 Brothers Will be on the R.v- .j.-^er Again This Season—Big Regatta to be Held (at Burlington. A Til 1 r. O The firsf new motor boat which is phsyical strength, so out of service forlbeinS built at the first lock is to be mott, county president, will give a j. Honor, Dickinson Being Last wiU be used t0 run oftfce T°morow ices begin tonight at 7:30. Captain Decker and several friends her- front ning two great services for next Sun- Spangler, engineer of the Vivian III. day everybody cordially invited. Serv-! Ths speedy little craft is almost of this congregation will have an op- complete and work on the decking will portunity to work during this meet-'beSln soon. ing." The fine large launch house of Cap in There will be no meeting on Satur-' Deckeir'si Vras brought down j^ex wind, sporting editor of that joath of office, having been sworn in a and day evening, but the church is plan-jto 'tHe ™v3r "yefeterday by Ira the boat will be tred out, will go down to Buzzards Island for a trIP aud wil1 nlSht. Probably remain repainted and is condition. Several long were madefy the palatable little cruiser last summer and fall and Cap tain Decker expects to make a number of like trips during the coming season. Jim and Jack Richtman the well known Jo line river pilots will again jhave charge of the wheel of the big boat during the coming boat season. Lincoln Memorial Committee Issues a'Jim Richtman has been watchman on ^mes ., Vote of Thanks For Favors the steamer Dubuque this winter and ^own commitee, through the press of the 15th, Monday, for service. §er during the summer has been fore city to return thanks to the following report was received here today, mos for valuable services rendered- 'that the steamer Gardie Eastman, thei W. E. Edmonds, department secre Belknap Post l. contribution first boat of the season to go down the| tary of the Y. M. C. A. health farm and servicc on committee a los in the w"h eye a?" den and school boyjAcrus ^patriotic tion and beautifully decorating the rafts around Canton but no one has elation Health Farm at Edgewater opera house Miller-Rutledge orches-ih.eard ton *-auncb c'ub 'that.cit' & tjme Qn those dates and Burling. foundatlon in 1903_ The enterpi.ise|l°aa"' with the which will take his yearly a party of Rock Island, W. McELRO\ thence to Memphis. Tennessee. Points Torrence Wo- Corpse. The occasion was j.the twenty-first annivervary of its rganization and according to annual! celebrated In a mostj manner. After the regular ta))les this together with a! ,' Antrobus caused much merriment andj Qne went Miller, Mr. James First exhibition of the new camera-1 South, Mr. Perty I-Iarrls. phone at Dodge's Monday evening. Not much interest was taken in Rexall base ball primaries, conducted by a vote on the ballot printed in this pa per, giving the people an opportunity 'to vote for or against the Sunday amusement bill. So many people have signed the protests sent to Des Moines that but few voted on the ballots. There were 33 votes cast in opposition to the passage of the bill and 21 votes cast favoring the pasage of the bill. Eight ladies cast ballots, 6 against Sunday baseball and 2 favoriug it. Gate City CITY NEWS. j, —Change of program at Dodges to night. —New motion pictures at Dodge's tcnight. —Carl Lichtenberger, who sustained an injury from a fall a few weeks ago, is reported as getting along nicely. —Come early Monday evening for the cameraphone exhibitio:: at Dodger. —There Will be regular service, evening prayer and sermon by Rev. Thomas Hines of Warsaw, at St. John's cCiurch (Episcopal) toniglit at 7:30 o'clock. All are welcome. —Cameraphone show starts at 7:15 Monday evening at Dodge's. —Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Replinger are mourning the death of their one month old baby boy, whose death oc curred/last evening at the family res idence, 109 Exchange street. The parents have the sympathy of friends in the death of their child. —At a meeting of the Ancient Order of Hibernians to be held this evening in Schouten's hall, the first degree work since the re-organization will be put on by the officers. The meeting paper, and represents Hannibal as th« mysterious stranger of the Central Association. The cartoon is an excel lent one. —Interest continues in the nation al bowling tournament at Pittsburg, although no records were bToken by the visiting teams which had full sway. Al Seimer and Joe Gerdell of Cincinnati made a great try for the lead,' but stopped with l'l90 pins, which lands them in third place. The same leaders are still holding their po sitions. The report is now circulated in the Western league that Clyde Williams of is last a Denver Wisconsin. ing on a proposition to organize an in- Torrence Post of the Grand Army Captain Gus Seibert of the steamer dependent baseball team in Iowa, and of the Republic in connection river, had sunk at Canton having, near Denver will be at the loca as- of the boat sinkIng uear ,. ,. citv. given to one of the many institutions I /a' 'I? ®0ciatl01! fifp and drum rorno mirtiai miisip- ievening in that city to boost the big. number of sick young men always to for i,y jast reSatta which is to held be found in July 5th and year °f ^\they infielder to tuin proposition to play with the club. Williams is now figur- to the second tour the adjoining states. He has nev- lock this morning to look after repairs, er been love with professional base- bal1 and since his will report at Rock Island on the bis desire to be an independent mana- release 1 by Toledo, ar water. The boat h^ been towing tae work going on there. The Asso- The city is looking forward to!0f illness and lack of funds, led to its *rnoon te" that Colorado, (near Denver), is the name The first general meeting of the Bur- doing gbod work in the fight against La«nch club wa, held last|the Great whUe plague The of ,arge Denver, and the hardships haVe ofteu t0 has been made possible by philanthro pic gifts opened in May, 1903, with one two-story brick residence and nine tent-cottages. By September, 3903, erectedi and now the nUmber vanced t0 of the Cumberlin river and tesian well, water tower and machine be f3rtyj0ne_ Besides these the equipment accommodating D. B. HAiIILL. made on the Steamer Helen a r. I assembly tent, electric light and bell Ernest Corsepiua, 1 man will have his boat, the Minnie C. jngS^ toilet facilities, independent sew- er SVgtem. 000. Soc'ety German Methodist vesterdav J»to« He meetings. [for ne.rly year. |E.ehanse rtreet. About Mty ladles f,"' ,, in^vle^i ,1th Mr. R» Jtrr- includes: An ar- ghop and open.air sleeping etc. The plant now repre- sents a cash value of not less than $50,- PERSONAL for a sister. Miss Edna Noelke. Mrs. Dr. Christy of Revere, Mo., is visiting in the city with friends. D. T. Eykes, the Metropolitan Life of ingurance Co's. Keokuk manager, who church was enter- weeks in Fort afternoon at the ?fs.fpen ?e No, 1K6 J«"l SPent W 8 the secretary ot,.,. co"p®nj* ,. ed wJ tfa International enCe gchoo, at Qulncy_ vnian Lyman Watt o£ lilvaston is on business. cit lodav lnnT, Ha„nPr t, hour wag gpent jn a sociaI ^tlle ,!way followed by a supper, where twO| Mystery About Magness Release. WASHINGTON, March 12.—Mys- ]jterally groaned with the as paper written liy Mrs., i10me pleased and| I flln Mr McDonald is conllect. Correspond- the John Hatr.er o, Do»»e„so„ 1s ln P.ultJX ™d n„eha,„ed. business clt- toda on uusmess. r1", ,. ,,ir(.linlSfnn,,Pq Anti-Race Track Bill Signed. AUSTIN, 'Texas, March 12.—Gover nor Campbell today signed the anti race track bill, which becomes effec tive in ninety days. They Give t.'.ie Effect Blaokburn'g Without the Taste. 15 doses, 10c 45 doses, 2oc. TRYING TO MAKE PUGILISTIC MATCH I Hugh Mcintosh in New York Trying WANTED. J° 9et a Match Between &&£... In tosh, promoter of the Johnson-Burns FIRST MEETING OF ENTIRE NEW CABINET will be a big one and leather McDer-j Held Today With Taft in the Seat of five minute's talk on Robert Emett I' and things relative to Irish history. —President Justice has received a to Take Oath. .copy of the cartoon which appeared first meeting of the entire new Taft .winter time. 604 N. 4th. st. tf. in the Hannibal Courier a saort time cabinet was held today. Secretary ago. The cartoon is the artistic work |Dickinson was the last to take the] MISCELLANEOUS. Cy Seymour Barred From Practice With Giants and Name Strieker From List. MARLIN, Tex., March 12.—Cy Le, mour, the famous New York outfield er, was barred from practice with the Giants by McGrawj and his name or dered stricken from the club list. Mc Graw says waivers will be asked and Seymour sold. L.atiam, the coach of the team, says Seymour knocked him down without provocation. The later reported he was practicing but Mc Graw ordered him from the grounds. 1 Move Body of President Hays FREMONT, Ohio, March 12.—The and buried at Spiegel Grove, their for mer home. The home is now owned by the son, who donated a part of the land to the Ouilo Archaeogical soci- Battleship to be Called "Wyoming." WASRINGTOX, March 12.—One of two 26,000 ton warships appropriated session 0f called underg° by reason the Wyoming, according to a decision reached by Secretary Meyer todav TODAY'S MARKETS. OPEN. has ad- CORN— pavilion fifteen beds, a large installation in all the tents and build- HIGH. LOW. CLOSE. WHEAT- May 116 July 104 Sept. 98 117% 105% 98% May 68% July 67% Sept. 67 ~M 115% 1037s 98 Sheep—Receipts, 8,000 lower natives, $firstname.lastname@example.org $5.75(a7.C5. 117% 105% 98% 68% 08 67 OATS— May 55% ply .49% Sept. 41% 6SV4 67% 67% 6S% 68 67% 55% 50 41% 55^ 49% 41 55% 50 41% CHICAGO, March 12. ceipts, 2,000 steady beeves, $5.sols' 7.40 stockers, $email@example.com. Misfe Helen Noelke left this morning Hogs—Receipts, 22,000 5c higher visit in Des Moines with her light, JG.35raG.80 heavy, C.90 pigs, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Sheep—Receipts, 3,000 steady muttons, $4.75@5.S0 lambs, $6.60@ 7.40. New York Produce. NEW YORK, March 12.—Dressed Cheese—Firm New York Stock. minutes market became exceedingly I narrow movement balance of the hour limited to small fractional prices. 1 Although the tone continued firm, Erie receded little, and there was shading off from highest range in Reading and Union Pacific, while B. R. T. Steel .! common made fractional gains. I Government's unchanged other S bonds dull and irregular. Iday, I Advance in Reading around mid-1 was caused by heavy purchases. Union Pacific advanced over a point. Some fractional gains were made in other issues when the market sudden ly weakened by a sharp break in Third avenue, which fell 2 1-2 points. The entire list followed, although the majority of the stocks still showed some amount of gaip WANT COLUMN WANTED—6X son and Jeffries. trade and take posUons waiting I our graduates. Few weekii completes NL.A\ ORK, March 12. Hugh Mc- 1 fight in Australia, is in New York, en-1 demonstrations, examinations and dl deavoring to arrange a Jolinson-Jcf- plomas. Write for catalogue. Mole? fries match. He says Johnson is not Barber College, St. Louis. Mo. tf. I popular in Australia where his person-1 1 al habits were alienated and many WANTED—Boys to learn shoe mak friends won by the victory. He relat-1 ing. vs- men to totrn barber Constant practice furins&ed scholar Bbip lncjude. too 8 14 ed an incident a few days prior to the Huiskamp Bros. Co. fight with Bums. Johnson met Burns at Mcintosh's office and nearly be-• WANTED—To rent came involved in a fight as a result of Burns' slighting remarks about the ne groes in general. Mcintosh says he Interfered. He says tae public should not under-estimate Johnson as he Is a wonderful fighter. He declares there is not a yellow spot in Johnson. George instructions, to 16 years old. Enquire at ll-3t small house by April 1st good repair either side of town close in. tf. rOR SALE. FOR SALE—One car load of good milk cows in milk and freshing in a few days. Call on or address S. E. Bibb Hannibal, Mo. l2-4t FOR SALE—Cheap good delivery horse. Cook Furn. & Carpet Co. It I FOR SALE—Eggs, $1.00 for 15 from Rhode Island Reds. The kind that WASHINGTON, March 12.—The lay eggs, when eggs are eggs in the vened. In the celebration, flashlight! nish rig and all expenses to Intro photograph was taken of the cabinet,! duce poultry and stock powders new seated around the leather-topped table, I plan steady work. Address Bigler with Taft in the seat of honor. FAMOUS OUT FIELDER BARRED Company, 894, Springfield, Illinois 12-2t ANNOUNCEMENT. I wish to announce myself a can didate for city marshal on the Republi can ticket subject to the decision of the city convention. IIENRY KESSELRING. ANNOUNCEMENT. I announce myself a candidate for the office of City Marshal subject to the action of the democratic city con vention. JERRY HARRINGTON. CITY KEWS. -The Methodist and Congregation- al indoor baseball teams will open the season at the A- thls evenlng- bodies of former President Rutherford _A ^arby was arrested this morn B. Hayes and his wife will be moved jng jor be(ng drunk and was to be taken up to the superior court this af- ternoon for trial. —There will be business of special importance this evening at the meet ing of Puckechetuck lodge of the Odd Fellows. —Elsewhere in this issue appears the announcement by Jerry Harring-! congress will be I ton, that he is a candidate for city J- $0.B0@|Holden ]ate marshal on the democratic ticket, sub ject to the will of the party conven tion. —Nathan Loter has deeded to R. C. Mci.wain, 35 feet across lots 1 and 2 and the east half of lot 3, in block 82, the property being on the corner of -Third and Carroll streets. The consideration is not stated in the deed filed. —Fcr the consideration of $630 R. B. Nelson has sold to Samuel Anthony the southeast quarter of the southwest. quarter of the northeast quarter and the north half of the northwest quarter in the southeast quarter, all in section 5, township 07 north of range 7 west, a pair of RICHARDSON'S BALL containing 30 acres. BEARING skates to the best masked —A decrce has been entered in the couple. district court in the case of the Keo-! kuk Loan and Building Association! Cattle re- Breitenstein et al, order- 10@15c funeral services were conducted by Iambs, I Rev- Lilley, of the Christian church, and Belknap Post. G. A. R. Interment was in National cemetery. Kansas City Live Stock. —The Keokuk Y. M. C. A. basket KANSAS CITY, March 21.—Cattle, ball team and the association quintet receipts, 2.000 strong: steers, $5.25 of Burlington will clash this evening] @6.90 stockers, $email@example.com. in the latter's gymnasium, the local Hogs—Receipts, 9,000 5(&10c high- team having gone to Burlington tjjls er bulk, $G.firstname.lastname@example.org pigs, $5.25@ 5.90. afternoon. Keokuk will present the following strong line up C. King,: center P. King and Parsons, for-! wards Dadant and Duncan, guards.! -A little fellow stepped up to the general delivery window at the post 6... ... nnri nniltelv c^t lbey hey, ...-cent I 1 not mPet her :U thG Roll-a-Wav tonight as the rest of the boys and girls will be taere. Grand! NEW YORK. March 12.—After lit- 'nal'cb at nine o'clock. !c tie show strength attended first 15 F. Mann for delinquent state and FOR OUT DOOR WORK. IN THE WETTEST WEATHER NOTHING EQUALS ^OWES WATERPROOF OIL-ED GARMENTS THEY LOOK WELL-WEAR WEIL AND WILL HOT LEAK. LONG COATS -*329 _*352 SUITS *322 SOID EVERYWHERE CATALOG FREE A.J.Tower Co. boston.uaa. Tower CanadianCo. iimitcd -Toronto, can. PAGE THREE AMUSEMENTS. Cranv a Direction TO-NiCHT The W. H. Ball Shows Brightest and Best Show on the Road Today. PRESENTINQ HIGH GLASS VAUDEVILLE The event of the season. I One continuous round of pleasure— sterling specialties—dainty dancers— nothing like it ever presented in Keo kuk before. EVERYBODY FRFE OPENING NIGHT Grand DIRECTION D. L. HUGHES ONE NIGHT mm Wed., Mar. 1 H. H. FRAZEE .-•RESENTS THE BIG MUSICAL NOVELTY The Flower BY JAS. E. HOWARD of the Ranch 20—Musical Numbers—20 50—Clever People—50 20—Dancing Daisies—20 PRICES, 35c TO $1.50. SEAT SALE OPENS MONDAY1 MORNING. Dodge's Theatre Monday Evening, March 15 THE NEW GAMERCPHDNE IN Singing and Talking Pictures Reproducing comic opera, minstrelsy, drama and Vaudeville. Come cr.d hear the great stars of tie profession- »r No advance In prices, 10 cents. Masquerade Skating Party AT The ROLL-A-WAY RINK Friday Eve., Mar. 12 $5.00 in Gold To the best masked lady or gentleman. Rights of admission reserved. 1 ing a special execution for the sale of1 I parts of lots 5 and 6 in block 42. The funeral of the late Joseph! ternoon a was hrid thte afternoon at the The residence, 1222 Bluff street. WILMERING & KING. Managers. We Offer Careful Pains-taking Optical Servicc Rcnaud RELIABLE OPTOMETRIST Charles Allen will referee. I SPECTACLES CAREFULLY FITTED .J^.^.^Mann 5th (,av Qf UeCember, twenty and You are hereby notified that on the 1904, WV4, NT E gec 26 Twp (iG_ ,.ange (20) acres was sold to II. 0, twenty F. Mann county taxes that 1 am the lawful holder and owner of the certificate of purchase thereof and that the right of redemption will expire and a deed for said real estate be made, un less redemption from such sale be I made vithin ninety days from the I completed service hereof, ELVIA MANN. How can any one risk taking some unknown cough remedy when Foley's lloney and Tar costs them no more? lit is a safe remedy, contains no harm 'ful drugs, and cures the most obsti jnate coughs and colds. Why exper iment with your health? Insist upon, having the genuine Foley's rioney and Tar. Wilkinson & Co. J. F. Kiedaiscu',: & Co. J-