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The Jftlaultoiuoc Jt’ilot
‘ ______________ THURSDAY. MAY 1, 1902. EIGHT PAGES. EstablheJ I8. r B. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY SV DNEY T. PRATT, Editor. FORMER EDITORS Jerf Crowley. Ten Eyck (i Olmsted. JOHN NAOLE. The Pilot is published at York Sir. Terms of subscription fl.o't a yeiir, jiayments strictly in artvance. Ad vertising rules can be procured by applieiition at the oflice. All job work done promptly and care taken that work will la* artistically turned on t. Subscrilters and advertisers are request ed to remit all checks, postofticc or express money order or rs((istered letter and to address THE PH,oT CO., MANITOWOC. WIS J STIRI.IMi MORION. The death of .1 Sterling Morton, once secretary of agriculture in theCleve' land administration died on Sunday at the age of 70 years. Mr. Morton dnr ing his life wan a consistent Democrat, though he found it impossible to sup port William Jennings Bryan in his candidacy for the presidency. Mr Morton was convinced that historic Democracy was nnshakahly attached to hard money and to preserve his faith in the cardinal principles of Democracy he threw the weight of ids influence in favor of I’almer and Buckner He was not alone in his stand, for many of the ablest and most consciousness of De no crats did likewise Mr. Morton was vehemently criticised, but the fact re mains he was jnstitied before the bar of his own conscientious and no man seek' greater justification than that. Mr Morton was useful and helpful to his fellowinen in the day* of his labor and activity Mis name will he forever associated with Aibor Day. He gave the country this beautiful festival day and the anniversary coming next, the schools of the county should pay his memory proper tribute. Arbor day teaches love of the beautiful in in nature and let not the man who gave it its first impulse b forgotten SI WHIR WlimillAl) SUM VII). Senator Whitehead must feel like thirty cents, now that he knows he must he boxed and shelved and put away as one of the 1 las Been aspirants for gubernatorial honors at the hands of the Stalwart Republicans. The im pression is very strong that the Stab wart leaders cannot farther his candidacy He must give place to some other man and some eyes are looking longingly toward Secretary of Stale Froelieh. But it seems to he current that ctr tain Republicans of state prominence are playing a shrewd game of politics very shrewd, indeed, and if would not astonish the natives to see a dark horse bsiin tip into a very light one, when the convention opens in July next Which of the dark horses will be successful is its yet problematical but signs are not wanting that tin. Bake Shore will be in evidence when the proper time comes And the Bake Shore can furnish more than one candidate who would make strong rices pitted against Ba Collette Just what will happen on election day is a horse with another color. sol 'Mini inssii. Th<‘ announcement id lln< death of i Kol Smith Russel in h personal U'reave ! merit to main* thousands of persons throughout the land Thousands of men and women Morrow after him, who know him not jMTHointlly hut whose esteem for him t'n vi from his iin;s>rsonations mi the stage IJmmmi I with ik great tu tor y* ik ho win. more, ho wjih ii great mini Him life was mi .limitation to tin* dra mntii' prof ession. ii iiuhli'l of unswerving virtue and high ideal* In the fullest meaning of the term hi* win* good, nil his public i xhilniioiiM had that ti'iulim <y to provoke tin tim*r impulses into I'hiv in tin• daily lim'm of lilm auditors No mu* coul'l hi Russel id I without ir rislslildy being attracted to the liiiiu through In* urt Hi- hud genius hut he j"ihHOKM'd Ik heart 111" genius Wilt, ti'lu (.ereil hr Ik hlghh sensitive rultiviile.l and kindly heart Sol Smith Russel could never have won the [din e he did ill the ikth ' tlotlH of the A llierii'iili [S'l I[, I e from North to HoiKh from Kiit to Went through his art alone Other (treat in torn there are in A merii'ik wliotn theatei g'" r |iatroiii/.e who admire the "tar hut never yield 11(1 one atom of atlei III,Ii for him or her Takf MatndieM ii hn illiintruti'iii lover* of the ilrumii will pay large price* to witnew* any chara* ter In- may ( hoo*e to e**ay, they follow him through nil th*) revelation* of In geuiu* at.d anility admiring Imt not loving him Thin cheer. but tli<- cheer i* without that warmth which greeted the a. tor now m hU grave And th*- parallel will hold good in other ilt i**e| won th* people* heart* Juhl it* Mary Aiim-r**on | did and ho hel l thorn until his death. In all of his stage productions he never pandered to low and debasing tastes, he never played the game of passion, he never suggested to his auditors by word or deed the semblance of impurity yet the people Hocked to his play house and i were enraptured while he was before the footlights. His theater was as high ly ethical and spiritual in its ministra ! tions to its patrons as any church and the interpretations of his roles were as wholesome, yea. even more so than the sermons that encircle the globe. People went away at the concln-ion of one of liUHeet's plays inspired to a lietter life to greater charity, to higher ideals. His was spiritual impulse communicated to his audience by lifelike interpretation. (if ten have we listened to preachers de nounce the stage as an unholy place where the votaries of sin arj wont to congregate, but if some of the men of the cloth leave alter them the memory of a blameless life such as Russel has left and a heritage replete with inspir ation ar he hns done, they will not have lived and worked in vain. AS TO MR. IIARVF.Y. State Superintendent of Instruction \j I). Harvey is considering an offer made to him from Michigan which will give him charge of the Michigan nor mal schools. The proposed place pays annually and is secure and en tirely free from political influence or prejudice. It is much more desirable from the points of view of personal security and established emolument than is the state siijierintendency of Wisconsin, the latter position is politi cal, necessarily insecure and pays hut fl-jOO a year, though the legislature biennially increases the income of the j office by appropriation to make it good for s•'> 000 a year. Mr. Harvey s services are worth all this ami more He is an ideal man at the bead of a great department of pub lie instruction He has executive skill, the requisite scholarship, a wide and deep knowledge into the needs of chil dreii and it would be difficult to get an other man in Wisconsin to take his ; place. It would be a misfortune to i the educational interests of the state 1 that Mr Harvey's service should be lost to it. We entirely agree with Mr. Harvey in his contention that the election of thp State Superintendent of I’ublic In strnction should lie at the judicial elec tions. then politics would cut little figure. Asa matter of fact politics shovld not interfere in such affairs The education of the young should Is as far removed from the baleful in (liience of political intrigue as the i-imt is from the west. The question is not whether tie- state superintendent of education is a Half Ilreed of Stalwart a (fold Democrat or a Hrynnite hut what arc his qiialiti at ions for effective ser vice. It is app went to the most opaque mind that Mr Harvey has rendered and can render valuable ser vice in the cause of education in this state, therefore he should be made to feel tie is needed We care not for Mr Harvey s politics in this matter what we hope is that Michigan will not secure him. We further trust that he will continue for a long time yet to guide and guard the fundamental in strnction of the young growing into ! Voiithhoo l and maidenhood SKiAk AND kl CII’KOCI I\ • Writing of the Hiijtar trust and re- ! ciproeity the Springfield i Mush i Re publican says “The administration leaders lost their hold on the house Friday, and the , result is the passage of a Ciihan Re ciprocity hill amended so as to give thu suitin' runninit trust a blow between the eyes. This was hriui(tnt ahout by a! union of the insnritent Republicans with the solid Democratic vote ereat ing a decided majority of the whole house, which overthrew all attempts of the regular Republicans to prevent a breach in tin* tariff for trust protection, and fastened upon the hill a provision removing the dilTerential tariff on re Hired sugar Then the Democrats joined with the regular Republicans and passed the hill as amended by a Vote of 17 to Ov . As it stands, the measure reduces the American tariff on staple Cuban pro ducts by ’) per cent, and makes the customs duties on refined sugar im porte 1 from any country equal to those on raw sugar This nmets the beet sugar objection that the refining trust would he a chief beneficiary of tariff concessions to Culm, and it concedes something to ( mm though not much The attitude of the insurgent Repute leans has been narrow and mean to the last degree. It is a question, not so much of tariff, ns of fulfilling a nation al obligation The late administration entered into or forced upon the Cubans a bargain whereby the latter were shorn o full iudupiUideiicc. in return for promised trade favors/ When these iiiHiirgunt Republican* voted for the* I’iiitt liim-ti Imeiit* to th* Army hill and iheOtihau con dilution at the la*t mm ►i m, they ji. • I the bargain am) Hu ir present refit -al to carry it out Ims h<. it u clear breach of good faith Their altitude him lit-cti discreditable from hn-t to la*d. The time for them to huveobjected win* (luring the (leudeucy ■ and the I 'hit t amendment*. But no. They were quick to help roll Culm of foil indejieiideiice That was to their CATARRH jfe The treatment of Catarrh with antiseptic and astringent washes, lotions, salves, medicated tobacco and cigarettes or any external or local application, is just as senseless as would lie kindling a tire on top of tin- pot to make it boil. True, these give temporary rid i> ! but the < avit as and passages of the head and the bronchial tubes soon fill up again with mucus. Taking odd m the first step towards Catarrh, for it checks perspiration, and the poisonous acids and vapors which should pass off through the skin, are thrown hack upon the mucous membrane or inner skin, producing inflammation and excessive flow of mucus, much of which is absorbed into the blood, and through the circulation reaches every part of the system, involving the Stomach, Kidneys and other parts of the body. When the disease assumes the dry form, the breath becomes exceedingly foul, blinding headaches are frequent, the eyes red, hearing affected and a constant ringing in the ears. No remedy that does not reach the polluted blood can cure Catarrh. S. 3. S. expels from the S circulation all offensive matter, and when rich, pure blood is again coursing through the body the muoous membranes become healthy and the skin Kjl active, all the disagreeable, painful symptoms disap pear, and ?. permanent, thorough cure is effected. S. vS. S. being a strictly vegetable blood purifier does not derange the Stoniac h and digestion, hut the appetite and general health rapidly improve under its tonic effects. Write us about your case and get the best medical advice free. Book on blood and skin diseases sent on application. THE, SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., AtUnU. &■ liking apparently. And having thus repudiated one national pledge, it be came to them of no i onsequence to repudiate tic promise upon which that breach of faith was achieved. • The Democrats of the house, who bad no part in the Platt bargain, have dis played unusual political acumen in the present instance. They have not liked the reciprocity bill, because of the smallness of its tariff concession to Cuba They would favor a deeper cut both on behalf of the island and on be half of American trade to the island. Hut realizing the impossibility of ob taining more liberal concessions at this time, they decided to support the Re publican measure on condition that it lie stripped of power to protit the sugar refining trust. Many .f them would have voted for the bill anyway. All were ready to vote for it with the pro viso depriving the trust of its differen tial tariff protection. And with the aid of the insurgent Republicans, acting largely out of spite, they have suc ceeded. so far as one branch of congress is concerned in effecting an important breach in the trust-tariff wall. "This is well, and it is good politics and fair politics The sugar trust needs no protection. It is no infant. It is a huge, inflated and greedy monopoly, striving successfully In devious ways to extort from the people profits of a heavily watered capital. It has carried its campaign of extortion to the point of buying up the favor of both political parties with generous election contri butions, in order that the government might he made a j arty to its monopolis tic schemes: and so successful has it been in this effort that it lias written the sugar schedule of two Republican tariffs in the past dozen years and one Democratic tariff. “It is time that the government were withdrawn from this partnership with private monopoly for private profit and party campaign funds; and the Demo cratic party of the house, is cutting loose from llie Ifavemeyer trust, has done a good day's work, llow the bill as amended will fare in the senate re mains to be seen There is the strong bold on the trust. The senators from llavemeyer is a phrase which lias be come pretty truthfully descriptive of the representative character of the United States senate when sugar tariff legislation is under consideration. The way of such legislation in that body for a dozen years back is strewn v?ith speculative scandal We are now to seej whether the senate is still repre sentative of llavemeyer or the country. As for the Democrats of the Senate a ; great mistake will be made in any I failure on their part to follow in this matter the leadership of the party in ! the house Now is the tim ■ to buy your lawn mowers, garden hose, screen doors, screen windows, poultry, netting etc. The F .1 B!esch Hirlware Cos. carries a complete line. N. Ninth street. fir Trust Sclnubs of (trillion one of Calumet county's foremost citi zens uni) a county officer, was cured of rupture by I>r. Wheeler. Mr. Schaubs is a man w hose word can be accepted without question by any citizen of Cal i umet Cos Me says, “Dr Wheeler's cure for rupture is a great and un doubted success The doctor has com pletely cured me of a rupture from i which I had suffered many years '. Those who are ruptured are invited to i consult Dr Wheeler free, at Victoria Hotel M mitowoc on Thursday May I sth Don’t Start Wrong Don't start the summer with a linger ing cough or cold We all Know what a Hummer cold is "It s the hardest kind to cure Often it "hangs on" through the entire season. Take it in hand right now, A few doses of One Minute Cough Cure will set you right. Sure cure for coughs, colds, croup, grip, bronchitis all throat and lung troubles Absolutely safe. Acts at once. Chil dren bke it One Minnie Cough Cure is the best cough medicine I ever used." says .1 II Bowles, Groveton, N. If. I never found anything else that acted so safely and quickly.” Mother. Yes, one package makes two quarts of baby medicine. See directions. There is nothing just as good fo r babies and children as Rocky Mountain Tea. :i. r . cents. F. C. Buerstatte. Somethin*; Good. So many go to their druggists and merely ask for "something good” for a cough or cold. Now if the druggist has several reuiedies he certainly will sell the one that does not cost much. When you go to a drug store better know what you want. Ask for Mexican Cough Sy rup if you want the nicest and quickest cough cure twenty-five cents will buy. Take no other. For sale by F. C. Buer statte. Tußium-E Nbolkct. If a mother through ignorance or otherwise fails to give her child some Mother’s Worm Syrup, when the little one by its coated tongue, by its lustre less eyes, by its puny form, pale skin, listless movements, variable appetite, etc., shows that it has worms, is she not guilty of terrible neglect? Mother’s Worm Syrup only costs 2o cents and never fails to destroy and expel all in testinal worms. For sale by F. C. Buerstatte. Sick Headache. Pity the man. pity the woman, that suffers from sick headache, sometimes so bad they can hardly see. The best way to cure sick headache, is to remove the cause, by taking a Mexican Root Pill. This cleanses the system of all elfete matter, driving out through the bowels the irritative influences so ag gravating to tlie nerves and brain. Price 25 cents. For sale by F. C. Buerstatte. Like a Drowning Man. ‘ Five years ago a disease the doctors called dyspepsia took such hold or me that I could scarcely go,” writes Geo. S. Marsh, well-known attorney of Foconu, Tex. ”1 took quantities of pepsin and other medicines but nothing helped me. Asa drowning man grabs at a straw 1 giabhed at Kodel. I felt an improvement at once and after a few bottles am sound and well, Kodol is the only preparation which exactly re produces the natural digestive juices and consequently is the only one which digests any good food and cures any form of stomach trouble. F. C. Buer statte. Rand & Roemer Hardware Cos plan jof Helling Hardware at Wholesale Prices is the talk of the town. Try j them. on the Lungs is the advance agent of pneu monia and consumption. To neglect it is a crime against yourself. A quick, effective and clean cure for cold on the lungs is HOFF’S German Liniment 11 goes right to the affected part. ItauulbM Brat and then cure*. It la perfectly pure and clean, dea not aoll clothing, loaves no atulu. Huff’s (isrnian Liniment la the •'Slnirl Cut Cure for I‘a In of any name"— lnternal or external. Hold by druggists In <•. and v. bottles. I- or booklet mlitrewi ■L GOODRICH A JENNINGS, SOFT. GLOSSY HAIR. It Can Only be Had Where There Is No Dandruff. Any man or woman who wants soft glossy hair must be free of dandruff, which causes falling hair. Since it nus become known that dandruff is a germ disease, the old hair preparations that were mostly scalp irritants, have been abandoned, and the public, barbers and doctors included, have taken to using Newhro’s Herpicide, the only hair pre paration that kills the dandruff germ. E. Dodd, Dickinson, N. D., savs: ‘ Mer picide not only cleanses the scalp from dandruff and prevents the hair's falling out. but promotes anew growth. Her picide keeps my hair very glossy ”. Dangerous If Neglected. Burns, cuts and other wounds often fail to heal pr< perly if neglected and become troublesome sores. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo prevents such con sequences. Even where delay has ag gravated the injury DeW It's Witch Hazel Salve effects a cure “I had a run ning sore on my leg thirty years,” says H. C. Hartly, Yankeetown. Iml. “Af ter using many remedies, I tried De- Witt’s Witch Hazel Salve. A few boxes healed the sore." Cures all skin diseases. Piles yield to it at once. Be ware of counterfeits. F. C. Buerstatte. Won’t hollow Advice After Paying for It In a recent article a prominent phy sician says, “It is next to impossible tor the physician to get his patients to c wry out any prescribed course of hygiene or diet to the smallest extent; he has hut one resort left, namely, the drug treatment". When medicines are used for chronic constipation, the most mild and gentle obtainable, such as Chamberluiu's Stomach & Liver Tab lets, should he employed. Their use is not followed by constipation as they leave the bowels in a natural and healthy condition. For sale by Henry Hinrichs. The Merry Honth of Way has come. bringing flowers anil blossoms. Nature is at her lies', and truly a merry month it is to those fortunate mortals enjojing p r feet health. Life, for .the most of us, however, is but one incessant struggle for existence, and but little time is allotted the worker for pleas ure. Whether in good health or ill. we must keep up this stern strangle, and if siek and miserable, the joys of the merry month are not for us We are run down by overwork: dan gerous symptoms, such as lack of color, head ache, costiveness, disordered stomach, dizzi ness, lassitude and palpitation of the heart warn us that there is something radically wrung. As, at this season, nature renews her self. so also must overworked mankind. How Rejuvenate your system with the celebrated "St. Bernard Vegetable Bills", and enjoy the pleasures of this blissful season. Wants Others to Know. “I have used DeWitt’s Little Early for constipation and torpid liver and they are all right. lam glad to in dorse them for I think when we find a good thing we ought to let others know it.” writes Alfred Heinze, Quincy, 111. They never gripe or distress. Sure, gafe pills. F. C. Buerstatte. Conquers Pain. Mexican Quick Relief, price 2/5 cents, conquers all pain, subdues internal ache and kills external torture. No other remedy so sure to cure, so safe to apply. Try it. For sale by F. C. Buerstatte. You Should Know That your blood is impure, when a slight cut ov bruise makes a sore that heals most aggravating!? slow. Your blood is bad if you are easily overheat ed or easily chilled. You would not feel so weak and miserable if your blood was pure. Make it pure and yourself strorg by taking Gooch’s Sarsaparilla. The only blood remedy endorsed by a government chemist. For sale by F. 0. Buerstatte. Pile-ine Cures Piles! Money refunded if it ever fails. Anti ague cures Chills and Fever. For sale by F. C. Buerstatte. What Thin Folks Need. Is a greater power of digesting and assimiliating food. For them Dr. King's New Life Pills work wonders. They tone and regulate the digestive organs, gently expel all pois ns from the system, enrich the blood, improve appetite, make healthy flesh. Only 25c at Henry Hiurichs. itnd Like a Stone Wall Between your children and the tor tures of itching and burning eczema, seal(l head or other skill diseases. How V why. by using Bucklen's Arnica Salve, earth’s greatest healer. Quickest cure for Ulcers, Fever Sores, Salt Rheum. Cuts, Burns or Bruises. Infallible for Piles. 25c at Henry Hinrich’s. drug store. No I.oss of Time I have sold Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for years, and would rather lie out of coffee and sugar than it. I sold five bottles of it yesterday to threshers that could go no fvrther. and they are at work again this morning. 11. R. Pliers, Plymouth. Oklahoma. As will lie seen by the above the threshers were able to keep on with their work without losing a single day's time. You should keep a Isittle of this Remedy in your home. For sale by Henry Hinrichs. If you intend building anew house or barn trv The Rand A Roemer Hard ware Cos., who are Selling Hardware at Wholesale Prices to consumers. Classified Ads. WANT ED A boy to learn the print er’s trade. Apply at this office. For Sale. House and lot situated in the village of Grimms. Will be sold very cheap House in good condition and suitable for business place. Chas WjeSe. may 15 MUSIC LESSONS. Miss Marie Mulholland, late of the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music, is prepared to take a few more scholars to complete her class. Latest and most approved methods on piano, tf. Residemce No. 708,5 t. Claire St. The Washington House. J. J. TADVCH, Prop. Walnut and Jefferson Sts. Two Rivers. First class farmers’ hotel with excel lent accomodation for traveling public at reasonable rates. Choice wines, li quors au<l cigars. dec 19 Contractors. Builders, Mechanics and Farmers; If yon are in neel of anything in our line our Wholesale Prices will please you. Rand* Roemeu, Hdw. Cos. Holds up a Congressman. “At the end of the campaign." writes Champ Clark, Missouri's brilliant con gressman, “from overwork, nervous tension, loss of sleep and constant speaking I had about utterly collapsed. It seemed that all the organs in my body were out of order, but three bot tles of Electric Bitters made me all right. It’s the best all-art nnd medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter". Over worked, run-Town men and v eak, sickly women gain splendid health and vitality from Electric Bitters. Try them. Only 50c. Gnannteed by Hen ry Hinrichs. Reveals a Great Secret It is often asked how such startling cures, that puzzle the best physicians, are effected by Dr. King's New Disco very for Consumption. Here's tbe secret. It cuts out the phlegm aid germ-infected mucus, and lets the life giving oxygen enrich and vitalize the blood. It heals the inflamed, cough worn throat and lungs. Hard colds and stubborn coughs soon yield to Dr. King’s New Discovery, the most in fallible remedy for all Throat and Lung diseases. Guaranteed bottles 5( c and SI.OO. Trial bottles free at Henry Hinrichs, Sciatic Rheumatism Cured After Fourteen Years of Suffering. “I have been afflicted with sciatic rheumatism fur fourteen years,” says Josh Edgar, of Germantown, Cal, “I was able to be around but constantly sugered. 1 tried everything I could hear of and at last was told to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm, which 1 did and was immediately relieved and in a short time cured, and I am happy to say it has not since returned”. Why not use this liniment and get well V It is for sale by Henry Hinrichs. Emil Teitgen. Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Kalsomine, Brushes. I have a very large slock of High est Grade Goods at POSITIVELY RIGHT PRICES. Come in and get Color Cards. Remember that I always lead in Doors, Windows, and flou(dings. Dynamite always kept in stock. Emil Teitgen. 915 South Bth Street, Manitowoc. Wis. DO YOU GET UP . WITH A LAME BACK ? Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. Almost everybody who reads the news papers is sure to know of the wonderful ■ n l ■ ! cures made by Dr. | ' —Jrv it Kilmer’s Swamp-Root, I the great kidney, liver Id fnc\y-rj LL and bladder remedy. - ! | [Kvf.7 r It is the great medi ' r cal triumph of the nine llUlf teenth century; dis- RV, I ill '< covered after years of ; I scientific research by Dr. Kilmer, the emi- I _ - * nent kidney and blad ■ der specialist, and is wonderfully successful in promptly curing lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou- :, j bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst form of kidney trouble. , Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec ommended for everything but if you have kid- ’ ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found jj just the remedy you need, 1 1 has been tested I in so many ways, in hospital work, in private ; practice, among the helpless too poor to pur- ’i chase relief and has proved so successful in * every case that a special arrangement has i been made by which all reader s of this paper ] who have not already tried it, may have a I sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book I telling more about Swamp-Root and how to 1 find out if you have kidney or bladdertrouble. ; When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper and send your address to * Dr. Kilmer&Co.,Bing- fe hamton, N. Y. The regular fifty cent and Home of Swamp-Root, j dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists. I ¥£ You Could Look JL X intothe futureand sfo thecondition to which your cough, if neglected, will brine you, you would seek relief at once—and that naturally would be through Shiloh’s Consumption Guaranteed to cure Con- I I 1 sumption, Bronchitis, Asthma, and all bang Troubles. Cures Coughs and Colds in a day. 25 cents. Write to S. C. Wr.T.LS & Cos., be Roy, N. Y., for free trial bottle. Karl's Clover Root Tea purifies the Blood CITY LOTS. We have desirable residence lots on easy terms. MANITOWOC LAND & SALT CO. Dealers in " Coal, Wood and Masonry Supplies. Quay Street, East of Eighth St. PHONE 37. Try Rand & Roemer Hard ward Co.'s plan of getting your Hardware at Wholesale Prices.