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THE -AEIZONA KEPUBLICAN: 3IOXDAT MORNING, OCTOBER 29. 1900.
3. Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble and Don't Enow it. How To Find Out. Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twenty-four hours: a , j j seatmem or sei ning uiuita'.ca t I unhealthy condi tion of the kid neys; if it stains your linen it is evidence cf kid ney trouble : too frequent desire to pass it or pain in the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of order. What to Do. There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary passage. It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day. and to get up many times during the night. The mild and the extra ordinary effect of Swamp-Root u soon realized. It stands the highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases. If you need a medicine you should have the best. Sold by druggists in 50c. and $1. sizes. You may have a sample bottle cf this wonderful aiscovery and a book that tells more about it, both sent absolutely free by mail. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. Home of Swamp-Root. When writing men- lion reading this generous offer in this paper. A ROYAL PRINCE IN BOER ARMY One royal prince at any rate can boast of having fought in the ranks of the Boer army against the English in South Africa. It is Louis of Orleans, second Eon of that Comte d'Eu, who, had ,11 not been for the deposition and exile of the late Dam Pedro, would to day be prince consort of Brazil, of which country his wife was crown princess at the time of th? overthrow of the dynasty, and of which she is even to this day regarded by her ad herents and by the Brazilian imperi alists as empress in partibus. Prince Louis was bom in Brazil, and was a boy of about thirteen years old, when the revolution at Rio took place. He has been educated partly in France, but received his military' training in Austria, in the artillery, of which he holds a. commission as lieutenant. Ke was for three months with the Boer forces, nominally as the guest of Gen eral Botha, but virtually a member of his staff, and on two occasions narrow ly escaped capture by the English. It would have been somewhat awk ward for his family had he fallen into the hands of the British, n3t only be cause he holds a commission in the Austrian army, but likewise tcaus:j the house of Orleans owes a dtep debt j of gratitude to England. th grand-j father of the prince, namely, the Duke : rie Nemours, having made his principal home from the time of his exile from ; France in until the hour of hi. , death fifty years later, in one of thL most lovely country seats belonging tj ihe English crown, whU-h throughout that half century was maintained and kept in repair at the expense of the English government. Til? fluke's fath er. King Louis Phi'.ippe of France, breathed his last in another palace of Queen Victoria, Claremont, which had been placed at his disposal Dy her on his being driven out of France. Under the circum-sianees it would have been distinctly awkrward for Piince Louis' relatives had he been taksn prisoner while fighting against those very peo ple to whom his fatr.ily is indeb.ed for much hospitality and kindness. To the long list of works of a more or less biographical character, which have been confiscated in monarchical countries owing to the reflection whi h they cast on- the reigning houses of Europe, must be added a lather fat pamphlet, entitled "My Relations With His Majesty Kaiser Wilhelm II." and which bears on the title page the name of Its author, the divorced wife of Count Hermann. Wedel. The divorce took place two yars before the kai ser's accession to the throne, and the countess, whose family name is Emily Hi-inrd. Is a woman of about forty-five, who. In firmer days, was renowned f-jr her tcauty. fount Hermann, who is remarried, makes his home altogether in Switzerland, the circumstances of his divorce rendering it awkward for him to remain in Germany, though he still retains his commission as a re- CONSUMPTIO X is, by no means, the dreadful disease it is thought to be in the beginning. The trouble i:: you don't l:r.ov you've got it: you don't lx.'licve it ; you won't believe it till you are forced to. Then it is dangerous. Don't be afraid ; but attend to it quick you can do it your self, and at home. Take Scott's imulsion of cod-liver oil, and live carefully every way. This isiiound doctrine, what ever you may think or be told; and, if heeded, will save life. We'll send too a Mule to try. il you like. fcCOTT & BUWXE, rn prl Wtttt. New York tired major of Prussian cavalry, and his knighthood of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem. It his younger brother. Charles, who is at the present moment German am bassador at Rome, after having had the position of governor of Berlin, and general A. D. C to the Kaiser. He is married to an immensely wealthy Swe dish widow, by birth a member of the Fcar.dinavian branch of the Scotch dura house of Hamilton. Another member of this house of Wedel is grand master of the hcrte to the kai ser, a fourth Is grand master of itie household to the reisrning grand luk2 of Faxe-Weimar, a fifth is grand cup bearer and grand master of the horse to the reigning grand duke of Olden burg, a sixth is the minister of the household of Emperor William, while a seventh occupied a leading pisition in the household of the late king of Hanover until having had the misfor tune to kill the king's f lvorite nephew. Prince Solms. in a duel into which he had been forced by the young prince, he was obliged to fiuit not only his post, but likewise Europ?. in ord?r to make his home In this country. . Il is no secret that the British cab inet views the election of Wir.ston Churchill to parliament with dissatis faction rather than with pleasure. It is anticipated that he will prove to the leaders of the ministerial party quite as brilliantly troublesome as was his father. Lord Randolph Churchill. He has pledged himself to demand all sorts of things that the government is by no Tr.eans inclined to grant right away, in cluding a very radical reform of the war department. No one therefore need be astonished if even before the meeting of parlia ment some attempt is made by the gov ernment to muzzle the young man, pre cisely in the same manner that Lord Londonderry and Sir William Carson, the two most rebellious members of the unionist party, and the most discon certing critics of the latter were muz- z'cJ last session by the gift of office. J Lord Salisbury, by giving Winston Churchill a junior lordship of the treasury or of the admiralty or any j such minor official berth, would effect ually close at any rate for a time, the . mou:h of a youth who gives indica-1 tion of possessing the same amount cf brilliancy, of extraordinary assurance, I and of restless aggressiveness as his fa; her. Indeed, he threatens to become quite as much of an "enfant terrible" to the unionist administration as was Lord Randolph. I If Winston Churchill, however, is wise, he will decline any such offer of office, the more so as he can always, by means of his facile pen. earn in liter ature and in journalism treble and quadruple the amount of the emolu ments which the office in question would carry with It. 1 t I Assurance Is, indeed, the feature of character which seems to pay the best In these modern times, modesty having gone out of fashion since the pub'.i? seems to take It for granted that if a man is not convinced of his own mer its he cannot possibly expect any one els to be thus convinced. Lord Curzon is a case in p-iint. Next to the late Lord Randolph Churchill, there has certainly been no one in par liament who ever possessed such a bril liant degree of assurance. It lo-jks very much ut the present moment as if he were about to obtain another step j in his. wonderfully successful career, for after holding the viceroyalty of India for two years and juking dur ing that relatively short time a greater p'ace for himself In the history of Injia than any governor general since the ; days of the great Lord Ellenborough. I he is now, according to well authenti- i cated rumors in London, about to re- ' sign that office and to return to Eng land in order to enter the cabinet, eith er as secretary of state for India or, more probably, as minister of foreign ' affairs. i In either event h? would resume h's position in the house of commons, the Irish peerage, for which he expressly asked in preference to an English one on his appointment as governor gen- , eral of India, giving him the privi'ege of sitting in the house of commons, if he can find a constituency willing to 1 elect him as its representative. The pretext im which he is giving up the! viceroyalty of India is the ill effect of the Indian climate upon the health of Lady Curzon and her young children. ; But It is curious that nothing has heen heard about this ill health until just! now, when Lord Salisbury is in the act' of reorganizing 'his administration. Lord Curzon would not resign the vice royalty unless for something better, which could only be one of the princi pal s?cretaryships of state in the cabi net. Marquise de Fontenoy in Wash ington Post. NAVIGATING THE AIR. Coun: Von Zeppjin Has Not Dispos.d -f Serious Obstacles to Success. The comparative success of a tlvinsr mar hin . invented and Hed by Count Von Z-pprlin abivc i.ak. Constan? . may in.jj.-ate an advan -e in the d.vcl-"pm.-iit i.f a st a ;;--s. t.ut il d.es n it disp.iK,. ,f tin-i.hysii al i;b-.tai-l--s t f : su.-c ssful navigation ..f th? air. M m- :h:ui twenty years ag th-re was exhibit, in this country, and fre quently in this city, a flying mn -hinj that rese and .1 sn n.l. d at the will of :h cp rator. that could be moved in any directi n if t::e wind was not ad verse, and wkhin limits fulfilled all the requirements of a derigible air ship. It poss ssed in ar.jther shape than tj- n.w ship an enirmcus balloon to float it. but except that von Zeppelin's ship can du a K-tle l.ett.r all the things that it did, there i.-s n revolutionizing advance shown by ih - r -cent cxp ri tnents made in Switzerland. Tj 1 .1 .1 1. in f buoyancy is i;pp.is--1 f r ina-tical purp.s.s by th.- m cs.-ity T using gas s. wii-.s. va.-u nv l..pe ..f fersJ an area i.f resistance to the cur rents of air 'that no p..w.-r is able to oveivi.m:. It will be noted that th new airship is ab! t.i m;v. at al.-njst any angle a; pruximating to -:he per pendicular head up or head down. This has not been th. case with any of its predecessors, wins; horizcn.a! angl. has been limited to a few degrees be cause the ball., -n had always be on top. This is naliy th dir cli n in which this new enndiilat. f r a rial vnyngins has tnken tlv loosest step. It is. or fours- absurd to say 1lut liti mia LueL-uuity will n.-t Uuayy u ei- BUY THE GENUINE SYRUP OF FIGS ... MANUFACTURED BY ... CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP C(X rrXOTE THE XAME. rome all the difficult! s which are so cbvious now in dirigible motion in the air. The history of th-5 last hundred years is marked by the accomplishment of the apparently impossible in a thousand places, but no one can claim that a feasible mjckl is established for rupert rrestrial travel, or one for any grca. usefulness in making assents for scientific observation or military pur poses that is n :t furnish d in the old balloon. So far a successful cuiisity has been evolved, nothing more. Philadelphia Times. GOOD ADVICE. The most miserable 'beings in the world are those suffering from Dyspep sia and Liver Complaint. Mori -1 ha n seventy-five per cent of th? people in th- United States are afflicted with these two dieas.s and their effects; such as Sour Stomach, Sick Headache, Habitual Costivcness, Palpitation of the Heart. Heartburn, Waterbrash, Gnawing and Burning Pains at the Pit of the Stomach. Y.llow Skin-, Coated Tongue and Disagreeable Taste in the Mouth, Coming up of Food after Eat ing. Low Spirits, etc. Go to your Drug gist and get a bottle of August Flower for 75 cent-.. Two doses will relieve you. Try it- Gt Green's Prize Al manac. REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR. Prdxibly Ananias knew better tluin not to tell the truth to Sapphira. Th. divonv is the state's star witness that marriage in m t a failure. Anyway, nature hid Just as much ex cuse for inventing babies as it had for inventing -wads. The average woman will eat onions f r supper and then sne r at a man. for putting pcrfum ry on his handkerchief. Every man has gt a. story of some woman who died cf a. broken heart three weeks aft r her husband was laid away forever. X. Y. Press. TOUR FACE Shows the state of your feellnes td the state of your hearth as well. Im pure blood makes itself apparent in a pale and sallow complexion. Pimples n1 Skin Eruptions. If you tire feel ing weak and worn out. and do not Lave a healthy appearance, you should try Acker's Blood Elixir. It cures all blood diseases where cheap Saisapa- rillas and so-called purifiers fail; know ing this, we sell very bottle on a positive guarantee. Ben. L. Bear. tri.niMi,ie an(i retail druggist, Phoenix, Arizona. FROM DIX TO BRYAN There was a demin'rat once who said: "If anyone attempts to haul down the American flag, shoot him on the spot." The paramount chief of the 'so-called democratic party cf today says, in ef fect. "If anyrn- fires on the American flag, haul it down." The front parlor Is the most popular of all court rooms. Office cf the Board of Supervisors. Maricopa County. Arizona Territory. Phoenix. October 22nd, 1300. Board met pursuant to adjournment, present J. T. Priest, J. A. Marshall anl J. R. Norton, members, and J. Gray, Clerk. The clerk reported the following cer tificates of nomination filed, viz: Petition of the Socialist Labor party for spaoe on the ticket, signed by one per cent of the total vote cast at the last general election, and nominating candidates, filed October 1st. 1900. Certificate of th? nominations made by the Democratic county convention, filed October 9lh. 1900. Certificate of nominations made by the Democratic county central com mittee for precinct officers, filed Octo ber 13th, 19U0. - Certificate of nominations made by Catarrh lies become sncli a common disease that a jerson entirely free from this disgusting complaint is seldom met with, it is customary to speak of Catarrh as nothing more serious than a bad cold, a simple inflammation of the nose and throat. It is, in fact, a complicated and very dangerous disease ; if not at first, it very soon becomes so. The blood is quickly contaminated by the foul secretions, and the poison through the general circulation is carried to all parts of the system. Salves, washes and sprays are unsatis factory and disappointing, because they do not reach the seat of the trouble. S. S. S. does. It cleanses the blood of the poison and eliminates from the system all catarrhal secretions, and thus cures thor oughly and permanently the worst cases. Mr. P. H. McAllister, of Harrodshnrg. Kt., writes: "Having been a terrible sufferer from catarrn. and neini? now sound and well, the ques tion often put Jo me is, ' What cured you?' In an swer I feel it my duty to state that Swift's Specific is the medicine. I am such a true lelierer in the efficacy of Swift's Specific that I can honestly and conscientiously re com -menl it to any one suffer ing fiom Catarrh. Have recommended it to man v. and am happy t-" say that jr those whom I have fnduc- ed to use it can bear pie out in the statement that it will cure any case of Catarrh if taken accord ing to directions." is the only purely veg etable blood purifier known. and the greatest of all blood medicines and tonics. If you have Catarrh don't wait until it becomes deep-seated and chronic, but be gin at once the use of S. S. S., and send tor our book on blood and skin diseases and write our physicians about your case, THE S1FT SPECIFIC CO, ATLASTA, eA. f CHIT A HaK SH the Republican county convention, filed October 11 th, 1900. e Certificate of nominations made by the Prohibition party and petition signed by one per cent of the total vote cast at the last election for space on the ticket, filed October 15th, 1900. Certificate of nominations made by the Republican county central commit tee for precinct officers, filed October 16th, 1900. , Certificate nf the Secretary of Ari zona of the following nominations for territorial officers, filed October 19th 1900. Viz: Nomination of the Republican party for Delegate to Congress, N. Q. Murphy of Phoenix. Arizona, and copy of the "vignette" adopted by the Republican party to be placed at the head of their ticket. Nomination of the Democratic party for Delegate to Congress. Marcus A. Smith of Tucson. Arizona, and copy of the "vignette" adopted by the Demo cratic party to be placed at ihe head of -their ticket. Certificate of the nomination made by the Prohibition party for Delegate to Congress. Charles H. Davidson of Phoenix, Arizona, and copy of "vig nette" adopted by the Prohibition party to be placed at the head of their ticket. On motion and by full vote of the Board It was ordered that the official ballot for the general election to be held on the Cth day of November. 1900, for the election of Territorial, County and Precinct officers as provided for by law, shall contain the names of the following candidates, the same having been regularly and duly and in the manner provided by law. certified as nominated, to this Board, to-wit: Delegate to Congress: N. O. Murphy Republican Marcus A. Smith Democratic Charles H. Davidson Prohibition Council: Jerry MiLlay Republican J. M. Ford Democratic J. "W. Thomas Prohibition Representative: Thomas Armstrong, Jr. ..Republican B. A. .Fowler Republican Sam Brown' Republican A. P. Shewrr.ari Republican James A., Leach Socialist Labor Party Wilson C. Collier Socialist Labor Party William A. Van Horn Socialist Labor Party Willard Gillett .- - Socialist Labor Party P. P. Parker Democratic James P. Ivy Democratic Efren Gonzales Democratic Charles Peterson Democratic B. Abbott Prohibition Sheriff: F. W. Sheridan Republican Sam S. Stout Democratic Treasurer: M. W. Messinger Republican J. Elliott Walker Democratic Recorder: George A. Mauk Republican V.. Frank McFall Democratic District Attorney: Arthur J. Edwards Republican Geo. P. Bullard Democratic Assessor: C. W. Barnett Republican Henry C. Orme Democratic J. G. Hammels Prohibition Probate Judge: N. A. Morforcf Republican ' J. H. Langston. Democratic School Superintendent: J. W. Stewart Republican A. H. Fulton Democratic Surveyor: W. A. Hancock Republican Geo. R. Sturdevant Democratic Supervisors: J. T. Priest Republican Frank H. Parker ....Republican Alexander Hunsaker Democratic F. Coleman Norris Democratic S. S. Green ."....Prohibition Justice Peace, Phoenix Precinct: Gilbert D. Gray ..Republican C. W. Johnstone Republican John M. Burnett ..Democratic D. F. Greenwood Democratic T. J. Hill Prohibition Constable, Phoenix Precinct: D. P. Kyle Republican Federico Madrid Republican Joseph M. Balsz Democratic E. H. Martin Democratic E. O. Reynolds Prohibition Justice Peace. Ti-mpe Precinct: A. IS. Tomlinson. Republican M. L. SiMar Republican Harry Barnard Democratic J. T. Moore Democratic Constable. Tempe Precinct: B. J .Stehlik Republican Francisco Quihuis Republican George D. Compton Democratic Ben Cunrming Democratic Justice Peace. Mesa Precinct: Joseph D. Crose Republican Phillip Coleman Republican John H. Pomeroy Democratic W. D. McBrayer Democratic Constable. Mesa Precinct: George M. Fryer Republican Phineas Daley Republican Chas. B. Lewis Democratic W. A. Burton Democratic Justice Peace. Alina Precinct: J. D. Loper Democratic Constable. Alma Precinct: Alexander Hunsaker, Jr.. Democratic Justice Peace. Lehi Precinct: Thomas P. Biggs Democratic Constable. Lehi Precinct: Joseph W. Clark Democratic Justice Peace, Wk-kcnburg Precinct: IOdwxrd Kelly Democrat i' i.'misuWo, Wickeiilnu'g Precinct: y. S. Udytisccrt , .j .. . pe i ': f at :c Justice Peace, Glendale Precinct: A. C. Lockwood Democratic Constable, Glendale Precinct: B. R. Waggoner Democratic Justice Peace, Agua Caliente Precinct: Frank Baxter Democratic Constable, Agua Caliente Precinct: J. M. Smith Democratic Justice Peace, Buckeye Precinct: W. W. Jones Republican J. Fitzhugh Willcox Democratic Constable. Buckeye Precinct: Nelson Griffith Republican J. E. Clanton Democratic Justice Peace, Gila Bend Precinct: L. Kaltenbaeh Republican Frank D. Welcome Democratic Constable. Gila Bend Precinct: Frank De Vinney Democratic Board audited and allowed the fol lowing claims: 1380. Feliceta. Matienzo, relief indigent 13.00 1381. R. H. Drane, registration.. 24.80 13S2. G. F. McFall, registration.. 1383. Henry Mitchell, registra tion 13S1. H. E. Kell, registration 1385. Neri Osborne, registration. 1386. II. C. Parker, registration.. 1387. Sam Webb, registration... 138S. A. B. Tomlinson, registra tion 11.20 8.20 9.40 2.6J 13.70 17.60 1389. A. B. Tom'inson, registra tion 19.:73 1390. W. A. Goodlander, regis tration 1391. B. B. Mouer, registration. 8.40 4.S0 1392. W. A. Squire3, registration. 17.00 1893. C. L. Winters, registra tion 17.6) 1391. Andy Thoman, registra tion 82.40, 1395. A. Hunsaker. registration. 6 SO i 1395. Ned Creighton, registra- : tron - 1397. Seth Byers, bailiff -grand Jury -. 139S. Joseph Bowyer, grand juror 1399. S. P. Hoefer, grand juror.. 24.30 1400. Fred Mtjllins. grand Juror.. 1401. C. ' F. Chapman, grand juror 1402. J. A. R. Irvine, grand juror 187.10 1403. D. F. Greenwood, bailiff grand Jury 22.00 14"4. Thompson Walker, grand juror 7-90 1403. D. E. Morrell, grand juror. 24.30 1406. Clay Leonard, grand juror. 24.30 1407. A. J. Hoskins, grand juror. 24.30 1408. Baxter McCreary, grand 24.30 juror .. 1409. Seth Byers, special deputy, j Circus 2.00- 1410. J. Gray, Clerk, water for Poor Farm 112.50 j 1411. J. K. Day, 3 Mt'n Lion ! Scalps .'- 60.00; 1412. F. M. Sidell, repairing chairs, etc 600 1413. P. B. Salazar. Interpreter Dist. Court 60.00 1414. T. It. Parra, Gravel Grand Ave 5.90 1413. R. English, Gravel Grand Ave. 30.50 1416. F. English, Gravel Grand Ave 57.15 1417. W. Sims, Gravel Grand Ave 1418. J. D. Gilbert, Gravel Grand Ave 51-55 15.00 1419. Ike Hester, Gravel Grand Ave 45.90 1420. Ike Hester, Gravel Grand 1421. Valley Bank, Gravel Grand Ave 1422. Frank Barlage, Gravel Grand Ave 6.00 -J J 1423. I. Williams, -Gravel Grand Ave 58.40 1424. J. S. Gowett. Gravel Grand Ave. 40.63 1425. Y. S. Espenosa, Gravel Grand Ave 9.S3 1426. C. It. Edwards, Gravel Grand Ave - S.87 1427. W. P. Hughes, labor R. D. No. 17 16.00 142S. Goldberg Bros,, labor K. D. No. .17 6.00 1429. H. C. Robinette, Gravel Grand Ave 1 21.10 1430. J. A- Porterie, Interpreter grand Jury 5.00 Board adjourned to meet Monday, October 29th, 1900. THE MIDWAY. -5-FOINTS. The Best of WIn; Liquor and Cigars 5 CENT BEER. 6 ti icily rrirate Wine Room in connection. i iuu ior ue 01 guests, iciepnone lira. JOE BRANEN, Proprietor. -AT- 5l?e Jtoffmap The Bowling- Alley la Cool. Th Ber la from Gold Storage and is Anheuser-Busch ARCHrB MrRKW, i ROBERT Mceuu&T. i THE PALACE HIESCHFELD ft FEB. KINS, Proprietors. Im-ortrd and Domes. ic Wines, Liquors and Cigar; s 3 feir"?! & OS-! 26.90 'fey-'Sf Jill $ ST - 1 f ' ?- .!-V h' J .1. : :-: x t v "A I it-... HanfT '. ; i 24.00, ( sVt'?- t rtTU' : . j AR are Opportunity. ; Everything We Offer Below Goes at 25 Per 1 Cent. Less Than Cost Price The fjllowicg lines we are "now c'osiug ou1-: Meii'o Furnishiog Goods of sll descriptions. A fall assort ment of Ladies'. Childreu'ei and Gentlemen's Snces. iSuits of all kiuds. Hat of the bjst of styles. Come aoon t be in time to get a good election. 6S6o! e w'' continue to carry a complete etock cf the follow ; iiig lines : Groceries. Hardware, Tidware, Implements, Wagons, Carriages, Harness, Saddles and Miners' Supplies, which we off-r to sell right and give you first-class goods only. : ' GOLDMAN & CO; California Restaurant, Strictly First-Class. Best Meals in the City. . Satisfaction Guaranteed la Xvrry Haopaet WHY COFFEC AL'S RESTAURANT SO WELL KNOWN? BECAUSE: We serve more Meals and seat more guests. Are more famous for Coffee. Meats, Salad and Pastry. Are the oldest Restaurant people in the city (nice years in the busi ness). Have Cold Storage and Steam. Are up to date in everything. IOB OEEAH WHOLES AUC AND BEIAIk. SEE THE NEW GAS RANGES t Pattern for 1900. PH0LN1X LIGHT AND fULL CO.. The BEER Of pre-eminence, like the Phoenix rising ; from the ashes, so has Lerap's Pilseiier 5 Lager Beer ascended in the estimation of the great American public. Once Used Always Used. - This ad is not intended to sing the praises of Letup's Beer but sim ply to cordially invite ' the public to pass upon its merit. That's all. To be hadgat all first-class Cafes on draught and in bottles. - MELCZER BROTHERS 36-33 N. Center St., Phoenix, Ariz. ORTH flE'BT Ave Opposite Gazette Office 15 - rw YOUR MONEY'S WORTH . EVERY TIME ia what yon get when purchasing yomr foods at this store. Good weight, hlfk quality and low prices has mad F. Qrlebel's the purchasing center for ths thrifty and for those who appreciate superior grades of coffees, teas, canned goods, cereals, flour and meats. "Lira and let live" is our motto ana w lira as to It FRANK GRIEBEL, Tel. 48 818-8S0 W. Washington St.