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-Everything 01 Local Form To
Found That Is of Interest.
"There -are more dead beats in this
city than in any city in the country of
the same size. We know them. We
keep a list and on that list are some
people who want to be high toned.
The prosoect for a good wheat crop
in this section of country was never
better than now. The -wheatfields are
looking better than usual at this sea
son of the year.
Dr. Bell's Peppermint Chill Tonic
is a perfect liver laxative anti
malarial and blood purifier. Removes
billiousness without purging. Cures
chills and makes the complexion good
Guaranteed by all dealers.
We always have time to talk to the
preachers. We like the preachers.
We enjoy their company. They are.
as a class, good men. ui course we
cannot believe as most of them believe
but we like the preachers just the
same. They mean well and we wish
The army worms are destroying the
clover fields in some parts of this
The members of the City Council
:are sure tnough getting tonty . They
have made an order for desks for
themselves at the expense of the city,
Dr. Sawyer: Dear Sir; 1 can say
with pleasure that I have been usinil
your medicine, and will recommend it
'to all suffering ladies.
Mrr. W. V. Weathekshek.
Sold at J. Maple Willson's drugstore
If some of those farmers who have
been taking the Democrat for years
without paying don't settle up we will
surely have to quit calling them hon
All the machinery used by the farm
ers in this section of couutry is made
from timber grown in Southeast Mis
souri. It is shipped to the big fac
tories in the la -go cities, worked
up and shipped back here and sold to
our farmers at enormous prices.
Theories of cure may be discussed
u.t length by physicians, but the suf
ferers want quick relief: and One
Minute Cough Cure will give it to
them. A safe cure for children. It is
"the only harmless remedy that pro
duces immediate results.'' For sale
by J. Maple Wilson. Druggist.
llobert Kelley, for sevoral years
engin-.vr on the Chicago & Texas
railroad, died at his home in this city
this morning. The deceased was about
sixty years of age.
The tailor boss has returned from
Cripple Creek where he had been in
search of a gold mine.
Trickey's drug sNVr is being treat
ed to a new coat of paint.
Dr. A. P. Sawyer: I have been
troubled with rheumatism and lung
trouble for a number of years, can
say 1 never had any thing help me
likt- vi. in- i'Vimilv Cure.
Mr:s. H. Wimjart.
Sol-1. :i! -f. Maple Wilson's drug store.
A a adjourned term of the t ircuit
Court w II be held at Jackson on tne
2nd ! .lane.
M;iv people attend church on Sun
days a, M-lso. in Scott county, than
at t .y other little town in the State.
T;:. i-eople of the country for miles
.i, - !u-:i out on Sunday and hear
ij"-:n.l T;lli:iger. tvo of the col
ored boys ciarged with robbing Peter
1 on Wednesday ni-bt or l.i.-t
week, plead guilty in .Justice Willer's
court this afternoon and they were
given sixty days in jail.
Don't tri;!' away time when you
have cholera morbus or diarrhoea.
Fight them in the lieginning with De
Witt's Colic and Cholera Cure. You
don't have to wait r results, they
are instantaneous, and it leaves the
bow-Is in healthy condition. For sale
by J. Maple Wiis.m. Druggist.
A gentleman from St. James, this
State, called on us to-day. He is
here t. look at the city with a view to
locating here to get the benefit of our
educational institutions for the edu
cation of his children.
Justic- Willer's Court to-day was
asbig as t!u Ja.:ko.i Circ tit Court.
Nearly all the lawyers in the city were
in court. some working for clients
and some looking on.
When the Couneilmen get their n-w
desks they will sure enough look like
Dr. A. P. Sawyer: Dear doctor I
have used and sold your Family Cure
with excellent resoults. It cureJ me
of the rheumatism and I now am ."0
years old and have not an ache or
pain. Mrs. F. V. Uiioads.
Sold at J. Maple Wilson's driiir store.
There is room in this city for sev
eral large factories and there is no
city in the country more in need of
enterprise of the kind than Cape
Three car loads of machinery for
the Cape Brewery and Ice Company's
new ice plant arrived last Satturday.
Our contractors and builders say
they will not have all the work they
can di :his year.
Property owners on Lorimier street
will p lition the City Council to give
them a light on the corner of Lorimier
and Merriwether streets.
The City Marshal will get after the
dogs after the 15th ol this month.
Leo Frenzell plead guilty to talking
too loud in Haarig yesterday and was
fined the usual fine and trimings in
the Police Court this morning.
The river is still falling and there
is little danger now of an overflow,
The rain did not prevent a large
crowd from attending the Lutheran
church meeting at the Fair grounds
If yon are bilious, try Dr. sawyer
Little Wide Awake Pills, you will find
them just what you want. Try a free
sample. They do not gripe. Sold at
M. Maple Willson's drug store.
Some of the young bloods made too
much noise up in Haarig yesterday
afternoon and a policeman gave them
an invitation to visit the Police.Iudge.
The next time a ladv asks us to
publish a divorce advertisement we
will demand ten per cent of the fee
in advance just as an evidence of
good faith. This thing of having the
publication made and then running
away with the truant husband is
played out, that is, so far as we are
Our butchers are complaining about
the scarcity of beef cattle. They say all
the cattle are shipped to the St. Louis
iJoyswill be boys,'" but you can't
afford to lose any of them. Be ready
for the green apple season by having
De Witt's Colic and Cholera Cure in
the house. For sale by J. Maple Wil-
D. A. Glenn is visiting relatives in
The City Council held a meet
ing last night to receive the written
opinion of the City Attorney regard
ing the right of the Telephone com
pany to trim shade trees that are in
the way or the telephone wires. The
opiniou is against the Telephone
The little folks had a party at the
St. Charles Hotel last night.
John Cauble purchased and paid
for the ferry boat City of McGregor
yesterday. Ihe purchase price was
oiio thousand dollars. Mr. Cauble
will put a new hull on the boat and
then she will be for sale.
n eye for an eye and a tooth for a
tooth, is the oW Mosaic doctrine, but
the doctors of to-day save the eye
sight by applying Sutherland's Fagle
Eye Salve. It euivs ail forms of sore
eyes and granulated 'ids. It strenglh-
ns weak eyes.
Three of the colored fellows who
obbed Peter Petz are now in jail
whee they wiil remain for sixty days.
They got off cheap.
A iittle Englishman arrived at the
residence of Capt. Alt Sunday night.
It is a little Alt.
The Chicago Store hasquit business
iu this citv. Cape Ci.an.cau is too
low for n Chicago store and our peo-
)le are too intelligent to bite at Chi-
Man'.' a dav's work is lust by sick
headache, caused by indigestion and
stomach troubles. DeWitt's Little
Early Kisers -are the most effectual
pill for overcoming such difficulties.
For saie by .1. Maple Wilson. Lirug-
V.i ..;:iin. :i;fact daughter of Kobert
.! .im: i-.inu.ii Caitnil. died in St.
..t.s u ..it- 4'h iiis.'.
We believe 11 is the ijunion ol a
i:iajori:y of the ia'.vjers iu the city
that the City Council cannot delegate
to a corporation power to deface or
injure shade trees in front of private
property. If this is the law the Tele
phone t'oinpany is in a h 11 of a fix.
Dr. Audio Fraukenstien has rented
a room Ji: I ho Wodr.ey building, cor
ner Main and Broadway and will tit
it up lor an office.
Do your eyes ever smart, burn or
fivl rough Sntherlin's Eagle Eye
ssaive will banish that feeling. ' It will
make your vision clear and distinct
and will enable you to read without
tiring. Put up in i cent tubes, con
vtni iii aid i. ice to use. Two application.-,
arc woilh ten tur.es the price.
M. V.. Lemiug irives employment to
twe.iij-uvu or thirty uieu and his pay
roll is quite an item every cent of
which is h ft in this city.
See the advertisement of the Bee
SU:lv eisev.here in to-day's paper.
Little Louie Juden received a hand
some pouy cait the other day. It will
bo drawn by his Shetland pony.
The excursion season is now open
and from now on for several months
our ciiy park will be viewed by steam
boat excursionists. It is a place that
all wiil admire. We are proud or it
and we are proud to have strangers
come and see it.
Poison Ivy, insect bites, bruises,
scalds, burns, are quietly cured by
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, the
great pile cure. For sale by J. Ma
ple Wilson, Druggist.
George G. Wright, of Kelso, went
to Hot Springs yesterday to spend a
few weeks for the benefit of his health.
Th? new band is talking of giving
an excursion to Commerce on the
Emil Thilenius informs ns that he
has bands at work digging a cellar
and laying the foundation for his new
Carpenters are at work on a new
house for John Langlois on south
The Democrat mav be found in
every hotel in the city except one.
Henry Vogelsang has sold hi:
saloon to William Olierheide, his son
It doesn't matter much whether sick
headache, billiousness, indigestion
ana constipation are caused bv neg
lect or by unavoidable circumstances
DeWitt's Little Earlv Risers will
speedily cure them all. For sale by
J. Maple Wilson. Druggist.
Tom E. Joyce has been elected prin
cipal of the Frederiektown public
school. We congratulate the Board
of Educati'.n of Frederiektown for
their good luck in securing the ser
vices of Mr. Jovce. He is one of the
ablest as well as most successful ed
ucators in the State.
Hon. L. F. Klostermann and F. W,
Pott left to-dav for Warrensburg
where they go to attend the State G
A. li. encampment.
The Telephone Company isgoing on
putting up its line, trees are no trees
Arsenic is the poison most chill
tonics contain. Dr. Bell's Peppermint
Chill Tonic does not contain arsenic
or any other poison. It makes bone
ind llesh for children. It cures chills
so they stay cui-ed.
There is no prettier little city in the
country than Cape Girardeau.
Strangers who come here all say this
much for our city.
The people of Kelso do not want a
saloon in that town and they refuse
to sign a saioon )x;tition.
The railroad survey from Marion,
111., to Thebes is not yet showing up.
Mavbe it is another bluff. You can't
always tell these days what these rail
road corporations arc up to.
Eve waters or salves containing
sugar of lead are dangerous. Some
times sore eyes are cured with them
lead poison does not always result.
Thousands of persons have lost their
eyes as a result of the use of such
preparations. Sutherland's Eagle
Eye Salve contains no lead and can
injure the eyes of a babe.
Help the band boys out by burchas
ing a ticket for the excursion to Com
merce next Tuesday.
!'. W. Fientge, we understand, r:as
sold a half iut-rest in his store to Ed
Johnson. Mr. Johnson is a clever
gentleman and he is well posttd in the
dry goods business.
Mr. a ad Mrs. .John A. Sniiie;. oi
Jackscn, are visiting in Lutesvilie.
There are several drummers in the
city and they seem to be doing busi
ness. Mr. Will Skillman. Buras, Ky., had
son- eyes 'or years. He tried many
doi-'ors ;e'.:it dh s and always fail
ed u u-'. : :
latin .- '.agit
him .!- o
; uiit-1 he tried Suther
r.yv Salve which cured
oi' ora- week.
:i CiiiUile informs us thai
'.Hcchas.? the steamer Citv
fie oi l i
gor to s.'ll again
bough! she boa, for his own use.
W. K. ui onion, is in
a:i-i has a liig store
s a busy man.
tha: a siraneer
he could p-i
does this uie;
.-. 111.. yesterJay and
all '.he river front htrid
1 option on. Wii;:I
The City Council is ror.siiiering ihe
opening f a street from Sprigs street
to the railroad near Lemming's ran
mill. The street wiil cost cot;s:dc:-:t!l'-money
but il will be a gival tomen
ience to those people wiiu lei.;.- in
that par" of the city known as tin'
G i bo ney - H it uck Ad d i l i 0:1 .
The Cape City Cornet iiand will
give an excursion to Commerce next
Tuesday on the steamer IiilewiUi.
Tickets for the round trip including
meals. 50 cents no.v for s.tle at !ill
the drug stores in the city.
The r.e.v maeh.ii.-.'V f..' the '.:;
Brewery & lt; Company's i1-' :i:mt
is being plae. l in i i :.! 1:1 a
few weeks i:ior-- wi'i .Save an i-
piant in (pratsoii ;ht will turn o.u
ice enough to supply all of Southeast
When a pauper get.- the big l ead i c
is a sure enough looi.
Dr. A. P. Sawyer: i.Var Sir: Mis.
Hamburg induced me t. try your Fam
ily Cure. 1 was greatly U-ne:ited by it
and 1 reconmieniieu il ! every lady
in poor health. i:-.-;eetfiiliy.
Sold at .1. Maple Wilso.i's drugstore.
The St. Louis flour on the market
in this city is an insult to the millers
of this citv. There is no exciii-e for
St. Louis flour being brought hi re.
The regular term of the Commo
Pleas Court will convene one we.-k
from next Monday. The docket for
this term is not as large as usual.
We are pleased to learn that Mrs.
Richard Carroll, who has bjen in poor
health for some time, is now improv
ing and is in a fair way to fully re
Closing Out CIollMg Sale!
On account of an increasing wholesale business, and realizing that to supply
I am necessarily compelled to close out the entire stock of Men's, Boys and Children's
Suits, Men's and Boys' Pants, and Boys' Knee Pants in order to make room for the
Large Stock of Dry Good that I Expect to Carry.
This sale will afford you the best opportunity offered in Cape Girardeau to purchase your
SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING,
including what winter weight
the date of this advertisement
Lot No. 1.
30 Men's Suits, madeof the well-
known Cassimeres. Satinettesand
Cotton Worsteds, worth double
the price quoted, vourchoice from
the lot for 82 75
Lot No. 2.
(! Men's Black Cheviots. Gray
Wool Casimeres, Striped and
and Checked Worsteds, made up
in tha latest styles and are our
regular JfJ.OO and 87.00 suits: the
whole lot will go at 4 00
Lot No. 3.
21 Men's Clay Worsteds and
good all-wool Black Cheviots,
formerly sold at 9.00 and 810.00
a suit, our price now only 5 00
Lot No. 4.
103 Men's all-wool Black and
Blue-Black ('lav Worsted, all-
wool Cassimeres and a srood
grade of Checkhd and Plain
hivots. Scotch-Mixed Goods and
Tweedsmade up in the latest style.
sewed with silk thread, and lined
with good farmer satin and serge
A line of Men's. Boys' and
are absolutely the lowest ever
the whole surrounding country.
We Back the
and will give big reductions on
place April 23, to June i, 1897.
rub of all
Home first should be th
but in this town it is not.
H-opie here who patronize business
leu who are doinir all they can to
wreak down o.'.r home industries.
The Normal baseball players had
11st a well haul down their shingle.
hey may be good plow boys but they
re not in il when it comes to olaying
Peter Lind of Cairo. Illinois, is
;siT;.:i:r rehitivt s in this city.
The St. i :i.;rles Hotel is no.v pro
vided wihl ser Ties .vindows and
.'Uioi-s :.!:;! the i:ttron.- of that big
hoii.-e w ill r.ot '. bothered wi'h Hies
l)i. Bell's Pepimrmii.l Chill Tonic
p ese:.ls it happy combination of siin-j-le
Hi-d haricle:';! ves.et.ible reraecies.
The iii st dose y.anus 'he I locd ar.d
:i :i:i.o' s ils e e.i.'at.on. Vim f-vi
. . t vr ;.o:l s lake it. It
dtlTei-etit from ;.ny other. It is I teller
.ban any 1 leer. It cures Ihe chills so
t : slay cured leaves jour
i.;:ii.ci). 'iver ant! dige-'.i'.'e oivaiis
in Veatthin! condition.
Mr,. 11. S (;.i.i:i: i v.-e:ii over to
'.V:i -b.riiu.il-: litis sa,ruiutf ' ;.i:i.d
Ml- hiiieial of P.or.cll KeiieV. w ;. j
remaiiis were taken 0 'arbonda le lei
The MiV.-ei- L"z.ie" ;i;;d Gertrude
Beck. 01 Pi -cm.. 111. are the guesin.ifi
t-eir st-Hr, Mrs. Upton, in this city,
Chroi.ic sTMimliSt-rs never grumble
abort Cheatham s tinli i !:.
ev;n better Ifcan ret c mii i iie.i
fi':i ran teed to cure. Put HI
in both I
The tasto.es n. .M l ottles.
I.en Mil.er. iiiii,isi.
Tie A:.chor liin- s'.e.im.-r 1.1
M -.ii.j ls l.i i l. wx at o ir whiir.
i.u.i-aiij ' astd ilir-rhar 'cd a big lot
If you have ever seen a ii:'!e child
in the agi.ny tf .-'..innier complaint,
Vt,n ca.: icaiiz..- tne danger of tie
trouble and appreciate i-Ir-
re'.ief always alToivd
bv DeWitt's 'iiic anil Cimlera Cure,
For liysentery aad diarrlioea it is a
reliable remedy. W e could not afford ;
d this as a cure unless 1
it were a cu.e. !"
s.ii.- -jy .1. ..lapie
Wiliiain Puicell. of Princeton. Ind ,
l in the city. Mr. Pun-ell is an heir
to the lnie John . Painter. He is here
looking after ids interests. Sixty
jears ago Mr. Poreell was a citizen
cf this city. Be says the Cape has
changed so in the last thirty years
that he hardly rteognized the town.
Cheatham's Chill Tonic is acknowl
edged to be the best. Physicians use
and prescribe it. Cure guaranteed.
Put np in both the tasteless and bitter
stvles. Tastless in 50 cents bottles.
J For sale by all druggist.
suits we have left over. It must
and must go Regardless of Cost,
NOTE PRICES AS FOLLOWS:
r.cr saw. cro our regular :.oo J
SI 1.00 suits, but they
ld at a loss, so here I
e small sum of . , BOO;
Lot No. 5.
11(1 Men's best grade Worsteds '
and Cassimeres. worth 812.50 to
815.00, our price now 8 00;
Lot No. 6 I
25 Odd Coats and Vests, worth j
from 80.00 to 810.00 our closing 1
price 4 00 1
Lot No. 7.
10 Coat and Vests, were 810. 0i.
812.50 and 814.00 will go at 6 00
Lot No, 8.
50 Boys? Odd Coats and Vests
anging in price from 85.00 up to
S8.00. the whole lot goes at 3 50
Lot No. 9.
15 Child's Suits at
Lot No. 10.
A big assortment of Bovs' Knee
Children's Overcoats are included in the sale. These prices
made on clothing in this store
Assertion by Making Prices,
all other goods durine this sale. Remember the date and
I Chill tonics containing arsenic make
. ,-hililren InoW f:tt its not flesh. Ar
senic puffs them up and ruins their
bone its dangerous. It should only
lie given by the direction of a physi
cian. Dr. Bell's Peppermint Chill
Tonic contains no arsenic. It contains
no kind of poison. It cures chilis
pernianth;. It makes stout, sound
bone and rich, red blood, flesh vigor
There wili be a picnic at Willer's
Park Saturday niht the ilrsi picnic
of the season.
C.ly Marshal "'-"eb.-r ha secured
one de-zea young squirr iis for liie City
Park, tic will-put boxes in the trees
for the little cliniix-rs to ue:i iu.
:-lhei'itT Jei. 1:1ns .-c. iiri.eii holne from
IVcrson ty yeMeidaj t.hei v he had
f.een to Jake some prisoners to the
iist -a line !irge case of chills.
ajiposeit to have ueen carried otr oj-
Cileatu. nis 1 li.ll
Ionic. i.o re.varu
lor goon. Put up
aeu hit r stj!e.
Tasteless -'J cents.
1 rtVreii. 11 :s gi.ii.
.11 !o!.-i Tas.eiei-s
Cr.-'e i .iiaiaiil.'c.i.
W . V. 'Vicky. druggist.
Ihe Normal base i.
ihe ouii-eice Scant SaiUiOaj.
r. nyi'i 01 iveio aa me
coi.i laet liiii.; the telephone li.c
from tli.s city to Jackson. He wi..
put men to work on the li;.e i.ext utefc.
Jodie i'lynn w-.-iit do-cn to Charles-
i ton th.s aiScruoo.-i to attend a meeting
' 'f ihe Southeast Missouri Press As-
A 50 cents lroa Tonic. Pure Soluble
Iron concentrated ui.d pure
phi.na Ciiii.-la- l col.'tali.ed in
.;a,le;ts, , Ionic.
11 is a
tine Ionic. Mi-i.irMin. 1
ton. r up f the ' Hi.
jmririer. t)my oiits
V. iisnii. (irr.gg'.s;.
Dan llricn-. o." Sl.Ljuisis down
at ilhi tu i-jet i'. tf j"ir iiis in
terests. Arbur-al soap 'or iHipet! t-km.
The a.ne.-al of iloiert Keilej- Unik
jilae.' t C.r!. wdii ie yesterday. Sev-
i er;l j-i.pl.
f riends of the deceased.
j wer.t f.-oni this city to the funeral.
Dr. !g:i:U Mayer, oculist, will ex
amine f -es free of charge an ! .'it you
i with glasses scientifically at most
I reasonable urices. Guarantees them
j or money refunded. Consult him at
once. At the St. Charles Hotel.
"Little spells of fever, little chills
so bland, makes ihe mighty grave
yard end the angels band, a littie of
Cheatham's Chill Tonic taken now
and then makes the handsome women
and the-healthy men."' Put np in
both the tasteless and the bitter styles.
W. H. Coerrer druggist.
An effort will be made in the Cir
cuit Court at Jackson at its adjourned
term in June to knoe'e the Jackson
saloons out. There will be a hot
ler-al battle over the matter.
be closed out in 30 days from
for Cash Only.
half into all way through the line
1 1 a. 1
LOt NO. II.
25 Pair Boys Knee Pants at.
Lot No. 12.
25 Boys' Long Pant Suits at.. 1 50
Lot No. 13.
50 Boys' Long Pant Suits at. . 3 00
Lot No. 14.
40 Boss' Long Pant Suits at. . 4 00
Lot No 15.
Big line of Men's 81.75 and
82.00 Odd Pants for 1 00
Lot No. 16.
Good assortment of 82.50 and
83.00 Odd Pants for 2 00
Lot No. 17.
100 Dair Men's Pants formerly
sold at 84.50, 85.00 and 85.50,
i your choice from the lot for. s . . . 3 00
or this town or furthermore, in
Cape Girardeau, Mo.
Arbor-al and Arbor-al soap for sale
by W. H. Coerver, W. C. Haman, I.
B. Miller and W. A. Trickey.
There is going to be some railroad
news one of these days soon that will
astonish some of our people. .
A gentleman cane all the way from
Princeton, Ind., to this city to look
after some railroad bonds belonging
to an estate of which he is an heir.
The gentleinai told a representative
of the Democrat that he was opposed
to having the bonds sold by the re- -ceiver
of the estate. As. one of the.
heirs he wants his share of the bonds.
Bonds are nice things to have. They
are nice to frame and haug up in
your office or room.
The Board of Directors of the Fair
' Association should bedoingsomething
to get up an interest in the nest Fair.
Oince of .lames l'ark & son
li the fall of 1SS). while Dr. Maver
was in the city of Clinton, I called
upon him and had him make au ex
amination of my eyes, my sight being
defective, especially at a distant-, and
ordered me :lases. which, upon trial,
have given n:e better satisaction than
any I had ever lin: able to procure
:v:oiv. i fee. thai I can houeytly re
commend Dr. Mn j t r "o any one.
Clii.ton. Mo., March i4.
Dr. Mayer has oened an oiflae at
St. Charles Hotel Parlor. roi:i 3and
can lie consulted free of cbargy for a
limited time only.
WAXTtJ i'onttion as. ftpiiot3pl mm!
type writer, or wilt tufcc ijym writing
work at Dome. A PI ly at tb Bnocui oAiefi.
WASTtI -Three roott ivcn to. aocMeit for
Indnttrial linnram lbl pa tick, ae
clilent and death benellte.. CaU at Carroll
Uoute Wednendav MomUiC from to Ilia m.
FOK 5-iLlv-C'holoe baimnirlot 67 feet front
or IS, feet deep. Located on emit aide of
SpanUb atraet between A' illiama and Good Bop
trreu Apply to S. YbMenla Academy.
WAXTEO Mlmu to aell Ter eompIeU
Hoe or Inbxteating oil, areaaea and
spreialtir. LilwiaJ termato proper part;.
Jewel LeHiilng Co, . Cleveland O. " '
FOK KENT Tk mldmwor the lata Eleaa
at Block . a i moid fraiua dwell! at and 3nt
bnlldinin with, abont 1 -i acre of grooBd,
plenty oi imt aiiu jrooii water. - Apply to
H. 8. Ieabk, Agent.
FAUH KOK1ALK aUzlitT acrea luaide tb
citv limiu All onder fencv and In a high
ftate oi emlri ration. Will be aoid in aeetiona or
the whole tract, jaat aa parchaaer may deaire.
Kor further mrorm.tion call on or addreaa
Uichael scberer. Cape Glrardean, lio.
AUiTSTS WASTED Fllty cento on each dol
lar; do experience neeeaaarr.. Write for
uaMe copy . Addreaa, The Catholic Sewa. IS
Ba relay St., Kew York.
FOR SALE A flrat-claaa Sonrhnn mill, com
plete wi'h eraporatora. Will aell on eaay
tcrma or will trade lor hoga, corn or good
milch-cow. Apply at tbia olBea.
WASTEU-A rood boaae keeper who -dertand
the cam of children. For
further Inlormatlon lnqalre at tbia office.
WANTED A pood, atrong girl for a family .
of five (all women) la a aabnrb of St.
Lome snot ardmtand general hoaaework
and be a eof.fc. Willing to pay U per
n.onth. Thi i a good bone for the right girt.
Addma tuia offlce.