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1EE RICHMOND PAL IADIUM AND SUX-TELEGKAM, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER , 1908. BRYAN GETS GREAT RECEPTION AT HOME Tears Well in the Eyes of Fam ous Nebraskan When He Mentions Wife. THOUSANDS CHEER MAN. NON-PARTISAN RECEPTION TO DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE THE GREATEST EVER HELD IN THE CITY OF LINCOLN. Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 3. The greatest demonstration in the history of Lin coln was given to Mr. Bryan by his fellow townsmen last night on his re turn to his home city at the close of his campaign. . Nonpartisan in char acter, it was participated in by demo crats and republicans alike and the democratic candidate was driven through the streets cheered by almost the entire population of the city. The reception was tendered him as a citi zen of Lincoln rather than as a can- didate and in the speech he avoided ell reference to partisan issues. In the parade which followed his automo bile from the Union Station, however, many political transparencies were carried. Mr. Bryan reached his home city at 8:30 o'clock last night on his special train, coming direct from Kansas, where he had Bpent the day in a final whirl of speech-making. His train was met at the union station by a tremen. dous crowd and as the score of car riages and automobiles forming his immediate escort started across the viaduct from the railroad station the great parade fell in line behind him. The parade moved through the main street of the city through solid masses of cheering humanity, and after circl ing through the city returned to the Hotel Lincoln, where Mr. Bryan spoke, overlooking the public square. A great shout rose from the mutlitude filling the square as he appeared. He was Introduced by Frederick 3. Sheppard, president of the Bryan club, and spoke for half an hour. Mr. Bryan's speech was greeted with vociferous cheers. The candidate was to tears as he made an affestionate reference to his wife, and when he closed the demonstration accorded him was such as he rarely had exper ienced In his three campaigns. oi:.... Ul Will Win. W V I V . , I IV . " ...... "I believe I am going to be elected," he said. "More than that, I believe it Is going to be more than a bare vic tory. I believe that there is a stirring of the conscience of the American peo ple, a moral awakening, an uprising that means a sweeping victory and I will swear in your presence that no ' one who votes for me will ever have occasion to be ashamed of the vote he casts." ' ' Seven Years of Proof. "I have had seven years of proof that Dr. King's New Discovery is the best medicine to take for coughs and colds and for every diseased condition of throat, chest or lungs," says W. V. Henry, of Panama, Mo. The world has had thirty-eight years of proof that Dr. King's New Discovery is the best remedy for coughs and colds, la grippe, asthma, hay fever, bronchitis, hemorrhage of the lungs, and the ear ly stages of consumption. Its timely use always prevents the development of pneumonia. Sold under guarantee at A. G. Luken & Co. drug store, fcnd $1.00. Trial bottle free. 50c. GREENSFORK. IND. Greensfork, Ind., Nov. 3. Jesse Brooks of Martinsville is spending a few days here. Mrs. H. C. Burton spent Monday in Richmond. -Miss Florence A. Wattles gave an address on "Socialism" in Keinzles hall Sunday afternoon. Her subject was "The Bread and Butter Problem." There was a large attendance and Miss Wattles proved a very interest ing speaker. Mr. and Mrs. Florence Nicholson and children of Hagerstown spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George Nicholson. Mrs. Mary Brown has returned from a visit with relatives at Centerville. Mrs. Janette Buntln of Richmond spent Sunday at home. Mrs. Anna Lawrence filled her reg ular appointment at the United Breth- j ren church Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Davis of Wil liamsburg were guests of Horace Dean's Sunday. James Doddridge of Milton spent Sunday here. Arthur Ballenger of Williamsburg spent Sunday here. Mrs. Sue Gaylor of Richmond spent Sunday at home. Mrs. Charley Nicholson is the guest of relatives at Hagerstown. DRAINS GIANT POND. John Shroyer Digging Deep and Long Ditch. East German town, Ind., Nov. 2. John Shroyer has a pond on his farm covering about fifteen acres, which he Is draining by running a ditch to the Greensfork river, a distance of 110 rods. The ditch will be ten to twelve feet deep and about three feet wide. Bilious? Doctor, oil ogre that on odloo lioer results. We believe Ayer's Pills U politicly entlal to health. Ak thf ,iver PiUs 7 can PiMy take. poor own doctor about Ayr', ftft. Sold for over 60 years. HAGERSTOWN, IND. Hagerstown, Ind., Nov. 2. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Daugherty of Economy Mr. and Mrs. Richard Elvord were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Daugh erty, Sunday. Mrs. Grace ' Wink and Mrs. Edna Gebphart of Shirley attended the mask dance given at the K. P. hall. Miss Esther Jones of Richmond, was the guest of friends here from Fri day evening until Monday. John Larson spent Sunday with his brother Ed Larson and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Carpenter and daughter, Mildred, of Cambridge City spent Sunday with Hagerstown friends. Elvin Benson is still confined to his home with quinsy. Mrs. Alva Cook of Greensfork Is vis iting her daughter" Mrs. Hollis Hoover west of town. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Groves of Con verse, Ind., were guests of Michael Conniff and family Sunday and attend ed the Pressel reunion. Mrs. William Warbington has been quite ill but is reported better. Frank Petro visited his aunt Mrs. Cina Mull near Centerville Sunday. Mrs. Mull la confined to her room with a broken limb. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hartley enter tained Judge Barnard who delivered an address here Saturday evening at the I. O. O. F. hall, at supper. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moore entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Moore and family of New Castle and Mr. and Mrs. John Hara. Mr. and Mrs. William Peacock have moved back to Kennard where Mr, Peacock will resume his former posi tion. Carl Fritz will move to New Castle next week where he is employed. Mrs. Alice Brown and family will occupy the house vacated by the Fritz's. WHERE THERE IS SO MUCH SMOKE There Is Always Some Fire. When people talk about one thing and keep on talking as they do about the discovery that created so much newspaper comment in Richmond and ether cities during the past summer, even though many reports may be ex aggerated, there must be some merit in the discovery, and when people spend their money for a thing and then buy more of it, proof of merit is so convincing that it becomes the du ty of every person in need of Root Juice to go to Luken's drug store and get a bottle of this much talked of remedy. Root Juice cures rheumatism and catarrh because ii puts the filter ing machines of the body to work and causes them to filter the impurities of the blood. Root Juice cures stomach and bowel troubles because it re moves irritated and ulcerated condi tlons from the mucous linings and causes a natural flow of digestive flu ids. Root Juice is so good for female weakness because it tones and heals the organs that make and filter blood Good, rich blood will nourish and strengthen every weak part of the body. Root Juice is sold for one dol lar a bottle, or three bottles for two dollars and a half at A. G. Luken & Co's drug store. CAMBRIDGE CITY. IND. Cambridge City, Nov. 3. Miss Grace Mills will be the guest of friends at Greensfork for the week. Ed. McCaffery came in Saturdays for a few days' visit with Cambridge City friends. Mr. W. D. Miller, of Richmond, and Miss Edna Highley, of this city, were entertained to dinner Sunday at thejt&e women s cemetery association, home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Tipton. j Mr. Elijah Hurst and his twin sis Mrs. J. C. Dodson, Mrs. J. E. Wright ter, Mrs. Sylvia Watt recently cele and Mrs. Will Sweeney are spending , brated their 84th birthday anniversary the week at the Spiceland sanitarium. Mrs. Arthur Demeree, of Indian apolis, is the guest of her mother, Joseph Dimmick, of this city. Sam Fisher came up from Rushville, Monday, for a days visit with his family. P. H. Zerung spent Saturday and Sunday in Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Carey, who have been spending some time with their children in Muncie, have return ed to their home in this city. Mr. J. L. Hayes and daughter Lil lian were guests of Cambridge City friends on Sunday. Miss Helen Garven, supervisor of music in the Martinsville schools, came home Saturday, accompanied by the Misses Llda Creamer, Lelia Vault, Hazel Springer, and Hattie Clark to spend Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Roth at Rose Hill. The Social Union met with Mrs. C. E. Bailey today. Mrs. Grant Wright had for her Sun dav guests the Misses Johnson, of Richmond, and Mr. Orla Weaver, of Cincinnati. Matt Krenack is spending a few days with Cambridge City friends. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. White are in In dianapolis for a short stay. The meeting of the Presbyterian Guild will be held with Mrs. Ellis FI1 bey on Wednesday of this week. Miss Bee Schemenerhorn, of Marble Head, la., who has been spending sev eral weeks with Mr., and Mrs. Charles Myers, returned to her home Sunday. The Junior Endeavor meeting at the Presbyterian chu-rch on Sabbath even ing was of a very interesting char acter. A pleasing program was given consisting of responsive readings, reci tations and music by the children, fol lowed by an address by the state su perintendent. Miss Lillian Hayes. Stone street was the first street In New York city paved with cobble stones; hence its name. The paving was done in the year 1657. " How are your bowels?" the doctor always asks. He knows bow important is the ques tion of constipation. He niows that inac tivity of the liver will often produce most HOLLANSBURG, 0. Hollansburg, O., Nov. 3, A. A. Dye who is filling a position as steno grapher at Brazil, Ind., has come home to vote. Chris Markley of Greenville, O., is visiting friends here for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jack entertained a number of young ladies from Union City, Sunday. George Thompson and Theodore Flatter made a flying trip to Green ville Monday morning in the interests of politics. - Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Payne of New Paris, O., are visiting their relatives here for a few days. Howard Harley of Miami University spent Sunday with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Harley. Ad Thomas, who has been conduct ing the North Main street blacksmith shop for a couple of years, moved back to Greenville, Monday. J. E. Irelan and family spent Sun day at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Downing. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Davis and daughter visited at Greenville and Ansonia a few days, returning Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Squire Chenoweth were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Armacost, Saturday. Cecil Beetley and family attended the Hallowe'en festivities here and spent the night with his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Beetley. Our new furniture store opened for business Mondav moraine in the D. R Thomas roonl with Corrie White as manager. Harrison Houser who is employed at Arcanum spent Saturday and Sun day with relatives here. The Hallowe'en supper given by the Pythian Sisters, was a great success. both socially and financially. A large number of masqueraders were in at tendance and furnished a great deal of amusement. The prizes were award ed to Miss Fay Meek for the most beautiful costume and to Charles Chenoweth for the most comical. The public drill by the Pythian Sisters in masque, was splendid and was heart! ly applauded. Mrs. Margaret Frame an aged and respected lady, died at the home of her son, J. M. Frame, two miles west of here Saturday morning at the age of eighty-two years. Funeral was held at Eaton on Monday and burial in the cemetery at thta place. MILTON. IND. Milton. Ind., Nov. Verne Bragg left for Indianapolis, Saturday. After a few days there he will go to Louis ville, Ky., to take a place with Bald win Piano Co. Ralph B. Lantz is home for the elec tion. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Wallace were at Richmond, Saturday. Mrs. Catherine Daniel has returned from Connersville. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hale were at Economy, Sunday. Miss Helen Shafer ,of Indianapolis is at Richard Sills'. Mrs. Emily Jane Hormel and Mrs. Elizabeth Reed of Huntington coun ty are visiting Mrs. Rachel Evans. Miss Mattie Baker has returned from Brookville. Dr. Luke M. Gentle was at Indian apolis, Saturday. Dr; Charles A. Roark came up frpm Brookville to cast his vote. Park G. Lantz was home over Sun day from the State University. Mrs. Mcllheney who was Mrs. David Nugent's guest has returned to her home at Dayton, Ohio. The good dinners enjoyed by the election boards today were served by with a family dinner part aty the home of the former. Among the guests was their niece. Miss Emma Hurst of Chicago. Will Shlpman was at New Castle ov er Sunday. Karl Mueller of Brookville is visit ing his father, Chas. Mueller. , . Rev. Charles H. Pinnick preached excellent sermons at the M. E. church Sunday. In the morning sermon he urged that there be no backward step in temperance reform. Miss Nellie Jones spent over Sun day at Hartford City, with Rev. F. C. McCormick and family. Miss Laveda Hollmeyer has return ed to her home at Eaton after staying several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Kuhns. Miss Price of Hamilton, Ohio, is the guest of Mrs. Willard E. Wiilllams. Mr. and Mrs. Omar Frayer and their son and daughter, of Raleigh, spent Sunday at Elmer Lowry's. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Jones spent Sunday at Muncie with tneir son, Fred B. Jones and wife In their nicely appointed new home. Roy Kimmel is home for a few days. Watched Fifteen Years. "For fifteen years I have watched the working of Bucklen's Arnica Salve; and it has never failed to cure any sore, boil, ulcer or burn to which it was applied. It has saved us many a doctor bill," says A. F. Hardy, of East Wilton, Maine. 25c. at A. G. Lu ken & Co. drug store. MILLVILLE, IND. Millville, Ind., Nov. 3. A tin show er was given for Mr. Roy Shepherd and wife Monday evening. . Will Wilkinson and family spent Sunday evening with John Wood and wife. Tom Wilson and wife gave a hal lowe'en party Saturday night. Mrs. Grace Waad who has been sick has recovered. Jesse Kimmel made his usual trip to Millville, Sunday evening. ' Oscar Wood, of Greensboro, was in town Monday. Mount Ararat Is venerated by the Armenians In the belief Noah's ark rested there after the universal deluge S34SB. a f NEW PARIS. OHIO. New Paris, O., Nov. 3. Verting and Donna Morrison entertained a number of there friends at a hallowe'en party Saturday evening. A good time was enjoyed by all present. Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Runheimer spent Sunday in Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. G rover Koons spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Commons. Ruth Irvin spent Sunday with Susie Brower. Miss Edna Mitchell spent Saturday and Sunday at home. Mr. Tom Bice and family spent Sun day with Mr. Ad. Reid and family. Miss Elsie McGill spent Sunday at home. Miss Edna Campbell, of Campbells town returned home after a few days' visit here with friends. Mr. Byron Kuth spent Sunday with Russell Reinheimer. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Moon, of Spice land, Ind., spent Sunday here the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Kilbourne. Mrs. A. T. Barber entertained Mrs. John White, of Eaton, and Mrs. Sylva Crouse, of Covington, O., Saturday evening at 6 o'clock dinner. Miss Minnie Jones gavo a hallowe'en party for a number of her friends Saturday evening. Mr. C. R. Leftwich, of Greenville, spent Sunday with his mother. Mr. L. H. Reid is at home this week. Miss Harriet McKeon is improving slowly. Mrs. Susan McKee and daughter spent Sunday with David McKee and wife. Miss Mary White and Mr. Howard King, of this place, were married Sat urday. The son of John Wehrly was severe ly burned about the eyes while stlr ing the fire at the school house. His eye sight is not completely injured. Mrs. Henry Wehrly has. returned home after visiting her parents at Campbellstown for a few days. Miss Margretta Hoerner spent Sat urday and Sunday in Richmond. Miss Shirley Watts entertained a crowd of her girl friends at a mas querade party, Saturday evening. All present were masqued and a delight ful time was enjoyed by all. Miss Kate Marrlman has returned home after spending a week with Richmond friends. Mr. Harding, candidate for congress, passed through our town Monday morning in a auto and made a short speech. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Reid entertained Rev. John Wishart, D. D., of Xenia, Saturday night and Sunaay. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Murray spent Saturday evening and Sunday with her parents, Philip Coons, of Eldorado. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Bevinon enter tained Rev. Jbhn Wishart, Sunday evening. Mr. Forest Pierson, who has been working in Urbana as telegraph opera tor, returned home Sunday for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. George Richards spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ollie New bern. Mr. Clarence Colby and family took G o'clock dinner Sunday vith Grant Colby and family. Miss Elizabeth Tillman has finished her course of shorthand lessons with Mrs. wiser ana nas accepted a posi tion with the Ashman Heater Com pany. ECONOMY. IND. Economy, Ind., Nov. 3. Miss Effie Wilson visited relatives at Greens fork, Sunday. Miss Linda Bowman of Muncie spent Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. George Cromer. Chris C. Fenlmore arrived from Muncie, Sunday morning to remain here until Tuesday afternoon. Charles Williams of Muncie, was the guest of relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Deck Haxton and Hul da Haxton spent Saturday night and Sunday In Richmond. Alonzo Edwards was the guest of friends in Richmond. Sunday. Byram Cole made a trip to Rich mond, Sunday. Lawrence Hiatt and daughters, Mil dred and Pauline of Mooreland, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Williams, were Oliver Hiatt's Sunday guests. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Haxton spent Sunday in Richmond. Mrs. Jennie Bradfield, of Richmond, was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Bow man, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cox and children were visiting near Carlos City, Sunday. Jacob Fricker, an old time demo crat, voted for Taft and Watson this time. Mr. and Mrs. John Replogle and son Charles, spent Sunday in Hagerstown. Mrs. Eva Hite and two children left for their home in Kokomo Sunday after a week's visit with her mother Mrs. Tilda Martin. Mrs. Clara Pelrce arrived from shopping expedition in Richmond. Mr. ana Airs. Jonn Oler or near Williamsburg was here Sunday at tending "Old Folks Day." Mr. and Mrs. James Jackson at tended church here Sundav. John Bowman is still In a critical condition with a relapse of typhoid fever. Mrs. Emma Hiatt arrived from Bun ker Hill, Sunday evening, where she had been called by the critical illness of Mrs. Glen Shively. Randolph Nelson Is ill with some thing like typhoid fever. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Daugherty arrived from Hagerstown, Sunday evening where they spent Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Hunnicutt and children, Myra, Margaret and Howard took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Rosie Charles, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Swain of Greenville, Ohio, spent Sunday. Mrs. John Carico is ill with typhoid fever. She Is the fifth of the family to have It. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lamb of Rich mond were the guests of William Lamb and familr, Sunday. Tammy Marshall of Washington, D. C, was the guest of his brother, Harry Marshall and family. Sunday. Mr. artd Mrs. Tommy Morrison of near Carlos City, were the guests of relatives here Sunday. Rev. M. V. Bartlett preached in the U. B. church at Sugar Grove. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Marshall spent Sunday in Muncie. There was a mask Hollowe'en sur prise party on Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Weyl Saturday night. The visitors were all masked as "ye colored fo'ks" and caught the Weyles napping. A merry time was had. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. James Jackson and daughter, Ruth, and granddaugh ter, Carrie Gwin; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weyl and children; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lamb and children; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peirce, Mr. and Mrs. Weyl and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Massy enter tained Mr. and Mrs. William Sherry of Millville, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Manning had as their Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Levi W. Stamm, Mr. and Mrs.- New man Mendenhall and children. There was a large number of old people who attend '"Old Folks' Day" at the M. E. church, Sunday. The oldest person present was Mr. Fist, age 77, of Hagerstown. There were several who were 75. Rev. George Hill's sermon was well received. George Ballenger and Link Morris- son were in Farmland. Sunday. ' Mind Your Business! If vou don't nobody will. It is your business to keep out of all the trouble you can and you can and will keep out of liver and bowel trouble ii you take Dr. King's New Life Pills. They keep biliousness, malaria and jaundice out of your system. 25c. at A. G. Lu ken & Co. drug store. EAST GZBMANTOWN. IND. East Germantown, Ind., Nov. 2. Helen Addleman has tonsilitis. Mr. and Mrs. Sawkin of Indianapolis spent Monday with Miss Anna Jame son. Mrs. Nettie Hebble Is spending this week with her son Harry and wife at Richmond. Andrew Reigle and wife visited her sister Mrs. Rummel and family north of Cambridge Sunday. Mrs. Thomas Cassell visited In Rich mond Sunday. Mr. Roy Smith of Battle Crerkk, Mich., is spending a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Smith of Pennville. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Frantzman leave this week for the west where they will spend the winter with her brother in Washington. Miss Ruth Palmer entertained a number to a masquerade party. Hal lowe'en refreshments were served. Mrs. Jame9 Leighty Has returned from a visit to her sister at Indian apolis. Robert Binkley visited his brother Edward and family yesterday. Roy Bush and wife of Indianapolis i u I in p inn i ' . I F02S?. : i- attended the wedding of his bister Maggie and Charles Tout at the home of his parents north of I'ennville Sat urday evening. Professor Hyde and family sient Sunday in Richmond with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wills entertain ed Mr. Ed Neff and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Xusbautn and children of Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wallick and Mr. Harper and wife of Cambridge City Sunday. H. C. Warfel of Richmond was in town Sunday. Karl Behr of Indiana university spent several days with his parents. Willie Wills after spending fifteen months in Montana and Dakota re turned home Sunday evening. FOUNTAIN CITY. IND. Fountain City, Ind., Nov. 3. Rev. Zerbe, pastor of the M. E. church, will give a popular lecture at the Friends church Thursday evening, Nov. 5, un der the auspices of the W. C. T. U. for the purpose of replenishing the library. His subject will be "Wanted, A Man." Mrs. Em aline Conner, Miss Anna Thomas, Mrs. Charlie Conner and daughter Pauline, and Master Russell Conner and Robert Thomas, spent Sunday with Mr. Howard Purvlance and family. Mrs. Julian Fulghum, of Buffalo, N. Y., is here visiting relatives. Miss Stella Barber, of Richmond, is visiting her cousin, Miss Ethel San born, for a few days. Mrs. C. C. Fulghum and children. Ruth and Richard, spent Sunday with her father at New Llsben, Ind. Mr. Lafe Mercer, of Grand Rapids, Mich., is here visiting his mother, Mrs. Laura Anderson. ROOMS LEASED. Cambridge City Business Men's Club to Establish Quarters. Cambridge City, Ind., Nov. 3. Rooms have been leased by the Cam bridge City Business Men's club in the new Boyd building. They are to be furnished and placed in a thoroughly up-to-date condition. The rooms will furnish a pleasant place for the mem bers to assemble and spend the even ings in reading or games of various kinds. The club is to be conducted solely upon moral principles, s "After all, the sum of human happl- TtAda Tri . w Via frit a 1 rin In tTirao vrrtfa said she. "What are they7' Inquired her part ner in life's Joys and sorrows. "I love you." "Oh, I thought yon meant, 'Pay to bearer.' "Exchange. Anybody who knows how to make a Velox Print can successfully use a Brownie Enlarg ing Camera. Three sizes, $2.00, $3.00 and $4. W. H. ROSS DRUG CO., 804 Main, Richmond. mi n iui nn n inKsuto)H intiiro Q5XP (ilfflliftl 1NSURANCE.REAL ESTATE f LOANS, RENT3 f J w. m. HradDury & son I Rooms 1 and 3, Wssteott Bid Fire Insurance, Bonds, Loans. Moore & Ogborn Room 16 I. O. O. F. Bldg. Phone 1589. WE COULDNT AFFORD to send you a., poor grade of coal the first time or subsequently, if we wanted to remain In business for the first bad lot would mean our last order. We have the coal to make your fire for heating or cooking, burn the way you want it. most of heat, least of ash, noth ing of slate or dirt Only reason for asking your or .ders. H. C. BULLERDICK t SON Pbone 1235 POTATOES (Home Grown) Nice White Stock 85c PER BUSHEL 3 or 5 Bus. Lots. HADLEY BROS. SAM FRED (fA Salts. Craven- 1A 91U etles. Overco's 91U X No More -No Less X 51.00 and $2.00 HATO r mm m.T 4 i -SI- afil'MSiiflnatflftiW' '