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The lias now como Into Probaf r motion favoring tlio repr -vacation, but objecting the commlttco's nlJownnc claim's, warfar; v' Begun by Cigarn,; Cincinnati. . Cincinnati, O, Deo. IT cigar makers union, ncUn'. with other unions of tho cr out tho country, hns decl! o wnrfaro nplnst tho priV American Cigar Co, mm. adjunct, tho United States Co., and In carrying out; tho local union will begtt? tho city in the Intercut oi pooas. 'J uoo committees fraternal, tho bonurolcd organizations, rolnil deal gists mid saloon keener nl each mid ull not to uo ol rlgars made by lhe trust union mauufneturors. Tho iioUon of tho unioi' FOR CHRISTMAS i DESSERTS Try JIDLL 0, propamd if tlio following leclpo: jru-o snow tvvvi IHnolve on pm-kiitto of mife i'i.n." r"!5 ""lnH Hri UboUt hair bnrUauud livnt if With un i(e botcr; rM tlw cs lliomuiihly bnln anil together until thy nre inu . coin and set In cool iilnaii Un , "r P ervil wltL whlpi un t nrd $, A nice dessert for nny v tlmo.. Four llao Lcmt. Hnspborry and Strawhon At grocers, 30 cents, h GET A PACKAGE Tl"'' kostoiv tsrf Krori thing for llolldu& Tho Just week boforo Don't put off your buying u? threo ilnya. JCuch ,uy r fe. smaller, but wo still bne el mont of Toys, Xlrlo-u-Ur Dolls, Hooks and lino ImA lies" China. A lUt of J Clirlstmaa Klfts. I'MlimiM.A.s"; AOIITTlIATIBAIiWiV'' CIATKI). t Tlio each Iwidlefl' Un, imturul wood and faiicv iih. m ilvir mounted, a very koi, At Jl (moll IIimdrodH ojj. at thin iirlro. all ditTormu hi ural wood, ullver mid golf ! plain blivclc R At $1 ?r, to B each Lndlj nroiiM, dome of oloth an I Brndui, ll rlaaaca of hand COiiUinif fur n nbt kii (!i.oyi:ni At 1 wilrWit ...ii i,J Olove In Amerlra, n nil r0l Dlarlt atllrhlDK. -' diuip or 111 imir miaiAnu-d. At I iM) imJr A hUhr OIov, martii rim Inm t jn all colors, Ulnak op nat clasp or lnr.!ii(f. wici, I)a. A. . - .... . .. . "k .m pnai -uulU'. l rniKlrcn'M (lolf Oioir i.,l fancy colors, ull Bjs, a spll , for unit irhu. At 6iw pair A betlur aol Iftfllm, mis,) an rhiidri' Am nil wool arnii. ull W)la ino piain (ili,iti,. II AMihl Ul mi 'At 10c uinl i?i. ,.., pmhrolderwi iiit ih..t iiofj! or Jicnistit. i ,i I,,,,, h)0) ono UUl Wliut l w.irlli v,n At Wit) tin Ii i, nn nfesortuii-t i n mi jirlco, fancy i m.i and plain hi'miiimi, ' Mr i hal 1 II U I'll I) uhs 'A creat Hue ii.fl I pictures of ulj i i and hangint; i dlninB rooms v. , 1Z'jO to .r. oa li i, , 30c to 5 cadi. I till - .id .. lJ 'J'AIll I mi v . At 60o yd Sin ., , OBk, cholco patten ' n the styles hnvo Nu At 76c and i k Damaok, fujl n . Napkins to match . wlilto. At 11.26 and 1" , trlan doublo Dam wide, with Nnpi ; best Hnea over sold . rt the prco. 'J Vfe hnvo a big 1 h Tray Ototha. fj BHB US ON HOtll ' v r ( l 150-162 SOUTH HOV-ro V ictanaai Wright's i Celery j ! Tea ! Power" rn&kcs the wheels of life a run briskly and easily. I CurM all nervous and atoranoh 5 trodblei, And gives alreiiKtli and X vigor. All tho medicinal proper. H tlei of fresh celery, combined with oilier eurntlvengenti. 3la M IM txi. AtdrumtUorbf mU. 8 lUBinuv uvmn.i ftr V Columbui, Ohio. m DRINK Blamed For Un happincss. Henry Kauth Wants a Divorce. lAlleglng that his wife, doyella Kauth, Ih nddlcti-d to strong drlnlc, and that sho has moiitlly remained away from homo until It o'clock In the morn ing, coming In then stupefied by liquor, Henry Kauth has tiled a petition fordl vnrtt'. 'ihe petition iiIho nlleges that whon given lnniiey to buy household no cessltles Mrs, Kauth has often spent the money for drlnU. i'laluttff claims Hint he has reimm ntrnted with his wife lepeatedly. but Bays that his efforts have been rewniil d only by profanity. On one occasion, it. Is alleged that Mrs. Kauth threw a chair at her IiusImuuI when ho Irliwl to remonstrnto Itli her. Tlioy wore married only a jeur ago. In tl'ils city. AIK5UMKNTS HAVK IlKni'.N. Arguments of couiikcI In the iiimi wherein the County CoininlsslonerN an sued, for Jf.r),0(nt for tho death of lilen Wade on the night of the AUhmi llni. were hogipi In Judge Weber's com I ill 1ft:4B Thursdaj morning. Many lt Hisses have been examined and iiiik Ii of the happenings nn the ulglil nl' tlio riot hae lieen gone over In the case ni.r.M i'o I'ltoitATi:. i The will ol the lute William A. IVI lenhaillii lias liri'ii tiled for IMobnle All nf the propel ly Is beriueallied to (lie wife, to be held In trust for the chit dim. . si'ks von sToo. ICdgar Alberlus Tine has begun ac tion In Common l'lens court against J. H. Olark and I'lnrence A,. Clinl., In Which he seeUs to recover $700. alleged to be due him for board and fiippllct. 3Vt r. and Mrs Clark ate at present not lu the stato. fiOMI'A'N'Y WANTS PIRSOWTION. Tho Akron Klectrlcal Manufacturing Co. has tiled an application In Common Pleas coucrt, for dissolution. Tho com p'any was 'niRaulzcil under the laws of West Virginia, and U O Miles, i:. V.. 'Andrews, Will dulsty and S If. I'll bin are nnmed as directors. XrpKAT.pn ntoM .TTinrior.cot'itT Thomas flreen has begun action lu Common Pleas court agalusl TTugh Nlehol. The case In appealed fiom Jus tlco A A. Knplln's court and plaintiff alleges (bat $nno Is due him from the drfrtndnnr. Death all Night Grew Worse. Doctor Said Baby Would Die. Dr. Miles' Nervine Re vived and Cured Her. .When your ntryci are tired n J derince4, your troubles begin unci remain with ou until jpur nervom tyiiein In toned up and leg ulited. Dr. Miles' Nervine is the great Nerve Totitc and Regulator. Head what a grateful in.otlier writes ol w hat it did (or her babyi "My baby had sinking spells so bad we 'despaired of her life, l'our or five times rhe would faint away nud be to all appearances dead. When she was eight month old she took a very severe cold and the doctor nnd all who saw her thought it impossible for her to recover. W hardly revived her from one linking spell until she wouU go into another. One morning after n most wretched qlght spent fighting death and when all symptoms were growing worse. I remem bered an alrrlost empty bottle of Dr. Miles' Rntoratlve Nervine and without saying: any thing about it I gave the baby nearly a. half tcaspoonful. Then I noticed shr slept more naturally. SKe had no more spells that day, and In the evening I gave her a few more drops, which was all there was, and pow thoughshe Is three years old she is well and strong and has never had the slightest symp tom since the first attack, I know of several persons, among them relatives, who have used the Nervine with excellent results. It saved 'my baby's Ufa. You have my permis sion to publish this as I wish to do all I can vto benefit others." Mrs. W. I. Totten, Port land, Ind. All dmjgglsts sell and guarantee first bot tle Dr. Miles' Remedies, Send for free book on Nervous and Heart Diseases. Address t, Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. IFurnlshos I "Power" 1 Fought At Local Playhouses Tho play which opens nt the (Irnnrt today, stnndH nlono In tlio romnntle linos of molcru ncnsatloiinl ineio driunas. Tho country nmdo fnnioiit by William Toll, with Its picturesque clMteaus, historical castles and not nblo mountains covered with eternal snow, hns not been heretofore utilized by tho busy playwright, mid Mr Trnv-ers-Vnlo Is fortunate In selxliiR upon beautiful Switzerland as tho home of his successful play, l'roni n l'torniy standpoint "When the Bell Tolls" it unusually strong, while tho Intensely I cxcltlns situations are stlrrlnR ennuli j for the most biaso tncutreBwrs. ine comedy element Ik very piomliieiit mill the construction of the play leitvet very llttlo to be deslrel. ltnpldly tui ceedlnj; senatlonnl scenet from moun tain to valley, ehnutcnii to castle, pass In panoramic efl'ect and the attention of tho play-goer Is held with unilag kIhk Interest until tho Ilnal fall of the curtain. As to the costliness of producing comic opera nt tho present time, Mr. l' C. Whitney, the noted theatrical mnunger, In n recent lutorvlow, said: "Tlmo was, and not so ninny years ago, when comic opera producers could rent costumes and properties and even scenery, or else collect lUem from the remnants of ill-fated attractions. Hut the public Is too exacting now to per mit any such thing. Today II would be absolute folly for the producer of a tlrst-elnss comic opera to put on any thing second handed. Hi cry stitch of costumes, scenery uml effects must be btand new and In strict accordance with tho porlod and location of the ojM'rn.and It Is requlredto have the wry best of materials too. Our up-to-date opera going public will not stand Tor anything shoddy, but Insists on having tho real article. Tho twclto dresses worn by the twelve young ladles In the wedding senno In "Dolly Varden," cost ?1'J5 each. I'm not going to tell .ou what Miss Walker's couit dress and her wedding gown cost me for fear you will think I'm exaggerating" "Poly A'nrden" will be piesontcd here at tho Colonial tlieiilin I'YIiluj (veiling, almost direct from Its sl month),' run at the Ilenild Square Theatie. New York, last spring and summer. Theatregoers are anticipating with pleasure tho presentation at tlm ('- h nlnl theatre next Saturday nflernoou j nnd ovnnlng of Anthony Hope's charm- j lug romance "Rupert of llonl-zan." Ono of the attractive features of the (liauiatlzatloii Is the sustaining throughout the play of (he love Inter- ' est between Queon Klnvla and the i gallant ltllsscudyll. Mr. Hone has I maintained this Interest as he bus done in his preceding story, milling to j the pathos of Its hopelessness bv I (Icllcnln touches which haxe son cd to heighten the Interest In the ilnal out (onie. These m cues bet w ecu t In- lueen and Itnn-enilyll are lu stronr contiast to the stirring action which , surrounds thorn, nnd -which inaKes i "Rupert of IlPiitr.au" one or the Mrnng est of modern romantic dm mat. Mi Harry lclghtoii continues lu this play I ho clever characterization of tlio romantic Rassendyll which he gave In ' the first Hope romance, ami Is said to have ndded to his reputation l. the spirit which ho Infuses Into the entiro chniaclerlyatlon. The complete pro duction Is n duplicate from the l.jceum theater, Now York. The Imiulrv lor seats In advance Indicates the interest existing lu Mr. I-elghton's appearance hero 111 this latetd Hope piny. Tho iiintinca will be given at 'imrgnln prices, 25c, a.'ic and .W. Scats aro now on sale. An abln critic has called Dolly Var don," which will bo sei at tho Co lonial then tor, Friday night, the Dres den China opera, and declared that It plciihos tho senses as a walk thmmrh a beautiful roso garden does. "It Is migrant and trosh as peach blossoms and is a school of polite maimers and etiquette. Tlicro mo tho stately minuet, the giaceful gavotte, mnl iloMtiiu- ,,w.i. all, In tho pel feet consonance, the on- iiaucing sirains or Kit wards dellght 1 til music." "Tho Dolly Vnrdeii" Opera company will bo at tho Colonial Kihlm- n t,-i. t Homo especially lino costumes will be urii aim wi singing ami net lug hae been recommended whereiei- tlm iin has appeared, On Haturdnx. afternoon and omilug, "Rupert of lientzau," win uc iiiu atiracuou, Anthony Hope's thrilling romance, "rtupert of ltentzau." will be seen at tho Colonial theater next Katunim afteriiooii and ovenlng. The oppor tunltles for rich costumes and pictur esque scenery possessed lv ihl.s sim-p are affonled by few other roniantlc piays or recent production ami they have been taken adviinlago of to Uie fullest extent. No effort has been spared to adequately present fills fascinating story of love and ad vonlure, which Is, without doubt, Hopo's masterpiece, .v splendid east Is headed by'llarry I.olghton, n young actor whose pronounced success last season lu tho same play places him to dny In tho foremost rank of American romnntle actors. Tho production hero will bo Identical in ovory detail with tho New York presentation. There will bo a bargain matinee. Seats will bo on sale tomorrow. NEWS NOTES FROM BARBERTON (Special Correspondence.) Ilarberlon, Dec. IS. -Col. Fred HerrjBt, of Qolumbus, was In town Tuesday. Mr. Henry Hllo of I'laln O.. Usltcd at tho homo of Sir Oeorge j.' Diirunt, Wednesday. Tho remains of Clyde, tho Infant Give Warning- of Approach of Hore Serious Trouble. Do you cjvei'lenro fits of depression with restlessness, alternating with extreme irritability, bordering iiikjii hysteria? Aie your spirits easily un'eeted so tbat one ininuto you laugli, und tho next fall into con vulsive weeping V Do you feel something like a ball rising in your throat nnd threaten ingtocnoko you; all the senses jM-rvertcd, morbidly sensitivo to light and sound; pain in tlio ovaries, nnd especially between tlio shoulders; sometimes loss of voice; nervous (l.sopsia, and almost continually cross and snappy, villi a tendency to cry at the least provocation ? If so, your nerves aro in a bhutceied condition, and you aro threat ened with iiorvous protlrntion. Undoubtedly you do not know it, but in nine cases out of ton this is caused by somo uterine disorder, and the nerves centering in and about tho organs which make you a woman inlliiciice your entiio nervous system. Something must bo done at onec to lcstoie their natural condition or you will bo prostrated for weeks and months iwrliaps, and sutler untold inLiery. Proof is monumental that nothing in tlio world is better for thid purposo than Ljdia K. I'lithlnmi'M Vegetable Compound; thou sands and thousands of women have w lit ten us go. How firs. Holland, of Philadelphia, suffered among the finest physicians in the country, none of whom could help her finally cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. "Dnn Mas. I'inkuam : For over two years I was a constant suf ferer from extreme nervousness, indigestion, and dizziness. Menstruation was irregular, had backache and a feeling of great lassitudo and weak ness. I was so bad that I was not able to do tny own work or go far in the street. I could not sleep nights. "I tried several splendid doctors, but they gavo mo no relief. After taking Lvillu K. I'liiklmiu's Vegetable Compound I soon began to feel better, and was ablo to go out and not feol as if I would fall at evory step. I continued to tako the medicine until cured. "I cannot say enough in behalf of I.ydia E. rinkbaiii's medicine, and heartily rcionuneiid all Miifering women to try it and find tho relief I did." -Mns. Flohenck Holland, 023 S. Clifton St., Phila delphia, Pa. (Jan. (I, 100;!.) Another case of severe female trouble cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, after the doctors had failed. "DnAii .Mas. Pinkiiah: I was in poor health for several years. I had female trouble and was not ablo to do my housowork alone. I felt tired, very nervous, and could not slop. I doctored with several doctors. Tlu-y doctored mo for my stomach, but did not reliovo me. I lead in your book about your medicine, and thought I would try it. I did so, and am now euied nnd able to do my work alone, and feel good. I was always very poor, hut now weigh ono hundred and lifty pounds. " I thank you for the relief I havo obtained, and I hopo that every woman troubled with female weakness will give Lyilln 13. IMiiUlmnrs Vegetable Compound a trial. I have leconnnended it to many of my fi lends." -Mas. Mauia Howlus, Millersville, Ohio. (Aug. 10, 1U01.) AVI1I not (bo volumes of letters from women mii'ilit .strong ly liyiliii 13. IMnltlmni'.s Vegetnblo Compound convince nil of tlio virtues of (Ills medicine? Howsliall (he fact (lint It will help tliein be nmdo plain ? Surely you cannot wish fo remain wonu, nnd sick, and discour aged, exhausted with each daj's work. You have somo derange ment of the I'eiululiio organism, and Lydia K. IMnkliam'h Vegetable Compound w HI help j on Just us surely Uf. it has others. son of Sir and Mrs. Cljde Zimmerman were taken to Crestou Wednesduj for burial. MOTHER CRIED While Sons Were Led Away to Prison. Amli'iMin, Ind., Pec. IS. Just boioiv Miles Itarncs nud Mat hew Haines, bin tliers, vteio taken tu the peiiileiillniy this afternoon to serte time for burg hir., their aged mother ntrhed limn 1 1 1 1 s Ille. She asked for their w niches mid other small milder Tlm prlsmi cis were not much affected, but tlio VMimiiii km l (tow ii on (ho .lit 11 steps and vepl Mllei Iv She said II was n h'UMli Mine lie hud mvh hi i i.ldiht IF YOUR DEALER DOES NOT HAVE Ata THEM.WRITETO NEAREST AGENCY' STAHPARnoiLCO.pispKiiMoiihATERi Many soaps olaim muoh but do littlo Eleotrio Grip does all it olaims it removes dirt. T l at i IHPRCVIOTABIIAMR iWW fe W VI IM H HHlMMWMMMWfMMMuJl -( ii taken away to prison mnl the sec nud tilp lor her .ounger son. Miles Humes. i:mh M-nieiice was for burg lery. THE PURE GRAIN COFFEE Tho cofFco habit is quickly over come by those who let Grain-O tako its place. If properly made it tastes like tho belt of coffee. No grain cofFco compares with it in ll.ivor or hculthfulncss. TRY IT TO-DAY. At grocers everywhere ; 15c. and 25c per pclij;?. 6' ' if S t-t'.') No other concern lu the stale can Iion as large a line of tine lcpot Wagons as we nun hao on our Hours. These were all rccclwd within .'It) iIiivh uml were made e.vpiessly for u by the best eastern builders and are the st.Nles adopted by them for the coming year. Wo plured our (ouliacts In October before tho Niiteiulier ndvnnco lu prices and offer our present stock at the old price. You may buj a Christmas present that costs more but you certainly cannot IliM'Ni in a gift that Will be more useful than one of theso fashion able ciirlages. Collins Bug'g'y t Company Red Building's, Corner Mnin and Church sts HicHrsTcn's edqlibh mi k n B IhOaRJf Orfu-liial anil IihIw Iiii.Iu. iSAKJ.s AJmsjiMUiiU LsiilUi.uk Prucitil M IJIUlJIIlllH'.l i-.dlJSU l(i:i tu! CaU oifilsd bo lit miM with Uutrltton 'lukohoitssicr ltrfuta rmcirvui KMblllutlnii hh1 Imlt. Ilann. JIj tf jrsir Pnif flu f trtnl ! i umptj fnr ISirllcutnr. TMiImanUU M "lie IUr fitr LmJI," m ltr, t re. lam M sill. lO.OUU iMlimsiilAU. IUlih ., ;' sUiLrnfiUi. CLAiictcrriitMUlts J THE PURE V J Depot f Wagons T 5 4 P Pj.ty u Mm EXPRESS Messengers to Organize Will Affect Lines In U. S., Canada and Mexico. Kxpress messengers running on nil tho railroads In tho United States, Canada and .Mexico are contemplating jilt orgaiilallon to better their con dition. The movement has been under way ipiletly for somo time, but It Is learned ftoin otllclnl sources that with in the past few voeks meetings lime heon held with prominent labor. lend ers Willi a view to completing the organization. There are about SO.OOU messengers employed on the lines of tho Xorth American continent, all of whom wjll become members oC the new organization. The movement had Its birth In Chi cago sonic months ugo, but hns since spicad to other Important railroad yeiitcrs, and according to ndvlces re i el veil today, Is a matter of much interesting discussion among the mes sengers running on the lines In the Pittsburg district. Oertuios have been luade to the olllclals of other railroad organizations who are favorable to the Idea, and have oliintccrcil their aid In cairylng out the plans for u mes senger's organization. There has nou-r boon any union of Interest among this clii(-s of railroad workers. The Ilrotherliood of ltiilliond Train men, it Is understood, has agreed to lend uld lu tho completion of the or ganization. The constitution of the brotbojhood Is broad enough to cover this branch of mil road service and ex press messengers are allied tnorocloscly to tho trainmen than any other rail road brotherhood organization. Tho membership of the tralnment today has lu It many men who handle ex press business on their runs as a sldo line to their regular duties on tmlni, because many of tho runs aro not heavy enough to put on both baggage master and a messenger. Tlicro nro in tho trainmen's order todny more tbnn 70.000 members, and with the messengers allied, the mem bership will bo Increased to double tho present number. It Is understood that tho n on- organization Is not offonslvo to tho railroad malingers, as It is recog nized as a movement for tho closer ulllllatlou nf men In this branch of serviie and will ho governed largely n L at her oods Crockery Department Gapes and all RUGS, and Carpet lary CI w 1bH uP BEFORE - - BUY A LUNG TESTER Special Sale of Dague Dreadful Croup Croup attacks a child without warning and needs immediate, prompt attention, or it may provo sorious even fatal. If you notleo nny symptoms of croup, glvo baby a small doso of Til I yM.7SBBBBBMBBBBBBBBSBBBBBSBBBBBft JbBBBBBbVBBb1bB I . .... nc n. -w. donotif.ta,, unreliable dealer c)l you somo cheap preparation that ho says Is "Just ns good as Dr. Bull's." Ho Is thinking of Career profits only not of your health or the health of your baby. Sco that tho 'BULLS 1IKAD" Is on the package, then you know It Li theacmilnc. pr. Bull's Couch Syrup is prescribed bv all doctors and used in loading hospitals exclusively. Large bottles at alf druggists, '25c, SMALL DOSE. by the samo rules ns those In voguo lu the trainmen's order. You will find very good Hats for Christmas at great reduction, at Smith & Tceplo's, I68S. Main St. Bead Democrat liners. -if-!tttttttffWtttt7i-Kttif ; Not How Cheap Somo people pay more for clothes More S but It Is our business to sell clothes both ways for Instance if you jjj want n ready to wear suit from $10 to $25, wo have them; if you are S a more luxurious dresser, say from ?25 or up.vwe can make thorn for it you, ns we sell anything you wnnt In good clothes. THE WARDROBE CLOTHING AND TAILORING PARLOR. J 109 S. Howard St. f j H. J. BERRODIN, Mgr. - !H( - Bros THE REMAINING Mean much to jou nnd moro to us. We nro so very busy In tho afternoons that we rcpicst nil who can to como in tho mornings, whon tho crowds aro not so grent. Wo want to wait on nil who como to us and wo aro making a great effort to do so. You will find attractive lines In all our various depart mentb. A verltnhlo bee hive Is our Hook nnd Stationary Departments. Books of all kinds, in .Sets or otherwise suitable for all ages and conditions. ChrlstmaB Cnrds and Calendars, Flno Stationery, rountaln Pens, Ink Stands, I'icturo I'rames nnd Framed Pictures by tho thousand. Ho suro and seo our Framed ricturos and Game Dopartment on tho Third Floor. Our lino of Games is surely very largo and you will And Just the kind you want hero. Of all kinds. Suit Cases, Shopping Hags, Traveling Hags, Trnvoling Companions, Chatelalns, Wrist Bags, Ladles' Purees, Music RolU, Holts, etc. Alho Leather Pillows, Card Cases, Hangers, all is great variety. Toilet Cases, Sluvvlng Sots, Military Brushes, Combs, Sterling Silver Novelties, Oloth, Hat, Hair, Noll and Tooth Brushes to your heart's content. A stock that wo believe to bo larger, moro varlod and better in ev ery way than was over seen In this city before. Wo have Neckwear, Smoking Jackets, Bath Hobos, Suspenders, Mufflers nnd Mufllets, Gloves, Night Bobes, Sweaters, etc., at prices that is making trndo for us In this section. Towels, Napkins, Hemstitched Sets, Lunch Cloths, Pillows, Tablo Linens and ovoi-y thing contained in a first class Linen Department Toilet Soaps, Toilet Wators special for Holiday selling, and Mittens, Golf Gloves. Wo havo worked hard to mnko this a banner department in our store nnd wo aro succeeding beyond our expectations. You will find hun dreds of excellent things hero to please nnd fascinate, and wo wnnt you to glvo us a chnnco to show you what wo hnvo for you. kinds of Furs RUGS Sweepers r and strengthen your lungs. Only.. Jewelry A manufacturer's lino of Samples at ros. Dr. Bull's Cough CflfffMllMl Itwlll relievo it instantly ftwHlill andcuroltlnanlKht. Mo V I wSR danger from chokinRnftor w you have given baby ono or two doses. Kvery mother should keep o. bottle of Ur. Bull's Cough Syrup In tho houso to bo prepared for sudden attacks of croup. Thousands of letters nro rccelvod from grateful mothers, who gaydhelr babies' lives have been saved by Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. REFU8E SUBSTITUTES. Be careful and soe that you stettha aenulnol PLEASANT TO TAKE. Christmas Presents. "Whon you give, glvo a usoful pre sent. We have a flno lino of rugs, blankets, sllvcrwnie, laco curtains, albums, clocks, carpet swoopers, wring ers otc. Payments only 25 cents a week. Call up 2 on 1113 and tho wagon will stop nt your house. W. J. GrlOlths, 180 S. Main. But How Good c3 I or Less than others, that's their buslnoss, tt - KiW)H? &, r Vi CHRISTMAS and kindred articles. All put up vry Kid Gloves and Mittens. Silk Glovoa Woolen and Kid Mittens, That will pleaso you and yet not weary join: pockotbook. Silk Petticoats, Silk Waists, Cloth Waists, Dross Sklrtis Houso Jackets, etc., in largo varloty, scloctod specially for Holiday KCllliiff. You will And a varloty hero that will provo to you that our store Is head- qimrtors for goods of this kind. 10c, In Notion Depf Wholesale Prices & Co. u Ml ML- H ' S .'iLl iwJ'w-smrtiAviiHMiiw rtWMWMWtiMBsWIMtll