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M4,r ' "''""'Uni- iM-Vk """"v.. Georr W. Mouitou Treasurer P. Sandeii UiVtuYl..... W W. MltcneU City Attorney..-' U liiVt Jtty tleallb Officer Oiillngtr , Jutttcenof the Peace.... -f oeoi-RtW. Moulton Mdermcn-Flrst ward. L. F. Smith. K. t. Hudson: Second ward. W. A. cuave. Geo. Putnam; Third ward, W. E. Usher, M.J Deforest. Supervisors-First ward, W. M. Foote; Sec ond ward, J. T. Angell; Third ward, W. A. Wilder. GHURCHB9. ' METIIODI9T EPISCOPAL CHURCH-Ser-flceiat 10:30 a. mi and 7:80 p. m. Sabbath Banool at clone of morning service. Prayer meeting on Thursday evening. Kiv. O. A. Cabman, Pastor. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCII-Servlces at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath school at 11:40 a. m. Prayer meeting on Thursday evening. Rbv. J. E. Uotlir, Pastor. BAPTIST CHURCII-Servlces at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath school at close or mornlngm-rvlce. Prayer meeting on Thurs day evening. Rev. 11. N. hpkar, Pastor. FREE METHODIST CIIURCH-Praver and praise serviae, eleven o'clock a. m. Preach ing at 7:30 p. in. Prayer meeting iriday evening. IUv. UaFok, Pastor. ST, JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC-Services at 9:30 a. m. on the last Sunday In each month. Rv. Fr. Acta, Pastor. jXO. . NICHOLS. PWlOnTSHILDOW. NICHOLS 4 SHELDON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office: Over Page store, Main st.. Uelding, Michigan. DR. MAhJORY ORR. NO. 8 DKMORK?T FLATS. Heldlng, Mich. I)lciicHr Wora a Specialty. Office hours: v to u..0 u m. ; I to i p. m. ; 6:30 to p. m. Citizens' 'phone No. 9. . 8. MORRIS, 13HYS1CIAN AND SURGEON. Office rear X x. I. Benedict's arug Biore. nour. ; .i 9iyiiniiT tn m n m. Residence opposite o't M. E. church. Telephone lu 2 rins. J. Em FERGUSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office over X rage s hardware, umoe uuura. o w . m.; ItoSp. m.; except Wednesday, 6:30 to 8 Em. I'ension examining eurgouu. ta:e' Phone. . OHLINGER, iMivatriiAM iNn imTRGEON Cltv Phvsl Jl cian and Health officer Office at residence aomer of Bridge and Centre sts. Office hours 1 to Stand 7 to p. m. J. F. PIN KH AM, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON-Offlce over Connell's drug store, Main st. Hours 1 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. DR. J. H. ARMSTRONG), DENTIST. Corner room In the Vinconl block, over Vincent's grocery. Office hours: S"a. m. to o p. m. DR. O. F. SMITH, t w.vti ST. Office hour? to 6:30. Leonard J Block, over Page' L-rdware store, Bel Aim Mlob DR. C. E. SHELDON DENTIST. The latent methods The low est prices. All work guaranteed. IAIXL KS S KXTKA C TOX. Office over Benedict's drug store Office hours 8 to is a. m., i loop, ra., uiri vo o v Phone No 138. DR. C. B. ROOT, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSK IAN-Graduate of J Noit. rn Institute of Osteopatny or win neapolts. Specialist in Nervous and Chronic Casus. Office at Hotel Beldlng. Tuesdays. Thursdays and SaturriuyH, from 7 a. m. to 1 :) p. m. O. M. WILSON, Physician and Surgeon. Office and abiding place over Can field '8 Grocery Store. Citizen ohone loo OFFICE II OURS lto4p ra.;7 toyp.ra Wm. Pickering Insurance Agency Representing some of the Oldest and Moat Reliable Companies In the World. Olllce at the Commercial Bank. Insure in the Old Reliable WAGNER AGENCY Offlee In the new Beldlng block corner of Main and Bridge street, ueiuiug. FJre Insurnncea Specialty on City nnu farm J'ropertj. ADAM WAONHR. Dry Cleaning, Dyeing, Steam Cleaning, Silk City Dye House, L. C. MILLARD, Prop'r, Beldiug, Mich. Office at Mr. Nellie Millard's millinery par lors. ALL WOK v GUARANTEED. Usrment Dyeing HperUlty. L. F. RICE, M. D. Oraduate of the University of Michigan. Band of the Chicago Eye, Er, Nose and Throat College. SPECIALIST IN Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat DISEASES uiiuiHAM Rrlnntiflcallv Fit'cd and tverv pair Guaranteed to give Perfect Satisfaction Q NEW WKHHKKJIH.OCK, IONIA Mil II DON'T Be Fooledi -Take the genuine, original ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Made only by Madison MedU cine Co., Madison. Wis. It keeps you well. Oar trade mark cut en each package. Price, 33 cents. Never sol 4 In bulk. Accent no AubstW utIHi tte. AsV your druggUt. PEBE MARQUETTE OCT. ID, lDoa. Trains Leave Holding follows: For Lowell, Grand Rapids, north and west 10:04 a, m., 3:00 p. m., 7:W p. in For Ionia 11:04 a. m., 6:0 p. m., For Detroit, Toledo aj)d East 11:01 a. m., b:W p.m. For Saginaw, Bay City and Port Huron. .. 8:17 a. m., 6:4v p. m. For Howard City 7:24 a. tu t :40, p. m., ft:16 p. m For Greenville 7 :24 a. m. 8:17 a. m , 1:40 p. m., 0:49 p. m., 5:1(1 p. m. U. F. MOELLKR, Oen.Pans, Agt M.L.OST1RHOTTT AgV Pimples, faded complexion, chapped kin, red, rough hands, eczema, tetter, bad blood, cured in a short time, with Ita'kj Mountain Tea, the great com ploxfon restorer. Cocnell Uros. j ISSiSSIMS K. It. 1..1PU.4.M. Editor. IHURSbAV, FEU. 19. igoj. u.. ' .. ' -- - PuhlUhed Evry Thursday Afternoon BELD1NG. (IONIA CO.,) MICH. Offlce In the People's Savings BanW block, Main street. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR STBICTLT IM ADVANCE. Advertising Rates upon application. Bills collected monthly. . cards oi Thauas vsoc iu ivuiuui from 60c up. - . . Copy lor change of advertisement must be received not later than Tuesday noon In or der to Insure insertion. vntA o i) r.Gtnfflre. Heldln?. Mich.. for transmission through the Malls as second class matter. Republican Stute Convention. Dktkoit. Mich.. January I, 1903. To the Rerublican Electors of the State of Mlch.gan: . .t . ,. , Tho State Convention oi vne ntiiuuiunun ui Mi.-hioan tu htr.itv culled 'o meet at the Light Guard Armory In the city rf Detroit, on Friday, March flth, 19o3, at eleven o'clock in the fore noon, for tbe purpose or nominating cuuiuic inr Jiimaa nt ti KuDreme Court and ftegents of the University and transacting such other DUMiress as may prupenjr i-wiuo uorao m vu ventlon. . . In acoordance with tbe resolutions oi moanu IVOO, every county wll' be entitled to one dele gate for eacn five hundred of the total vote cast therein for Governor at tba last election in a Presidential year (No'ernber, 19J0. and one add'tlonal delegate for every fraction amouutlug to thrte hundred, eiwn organiztiu county being entitled to at least two delegates. - Under tbe resolutions of 185H. no de eaie will be entitled to a seat in the Convention who does not reside in the county he proposes to represent. , , The delegates from the several counties in each Congressional District ar requested to mf ct In district caucus at ten o'clock a. m., on the day of the state Convention, and select ofll cors as follows, to be presented to the State Convention fer confirmation: 1- One Vice-President; 2 One Assistant Seen tary; S-One member of the Committee on '-Cre dentlals:" 4 -One mombcr of tbe committee on 'Perma nont Organization and Order of Business: 5 One member of the comn lttce on "Reso lutions;" , t , . . In compliance with the resolutions adopted In Detroit, June W, IfW. the secretary of each countv convention is ureed to forward to the Secretary of tbe tato Central Committee at Clare, by tbe earliest mall after the de egates to the State Convention are chosen, a certified lit of delegates to the State Convention from li'a nnimtc By order of tho Republican State Central l.OUjiniliee. wr.KIWl o. uir.ivr.Jin, i,u-n Dk.nnis K. AI.waud. Secretary Under tbe abo"e c til. Ionia county is enti tled to I U iltleg:ites. Republican ( ounty Convention. To tho Republican Klectors of tho County of Ionia: A delegate convention of the republican elec tors of loala county Is hereby called to meet In Smith's Opera UousiMu the city of Ionia, on Wednesday the Uith day of Febiuar y . 1903, at eleven o'clock a. m., for the transaction of the f jllowinar business. 1st. The election of 19 delegates to attend the State Convettlon a led to inett in tie City of Detroit on March (5. 1903. for the purpdo oi nominating candidatt-a for Juotlce cr tbe .u preme Court and Regent oi the University ol Michigan rd. To non.inate a candidate for County School Coiiiinis lot er. 3rd. For the transaction of such other buls i eon as muy propcrl como beforo the conven tion. Uh. Each townhhip In the county will be entitled to iJ il heat- a and each ward In the cities of Iulnj and welding to 0 delegutes. Dted. January zO, 1903. Arthur P. Loorois, Chairman Republican County Committee F. c. Miller. Secretary, Notwithstanding Lieutenant Hob MHi'st reaiffnation, the Navy will still fc'ion " 1 localise she loved him ho," a New York woman horsewhipped her husb and At least that is what she said about it. The husband hasn't expres sed his opinion yet A Chicago jury In a recent murder case began deliberations with a pray er for guidance and light to reach a i :st and impartia verdict. Such a n ode of proceedure may be foreign to '".e average diplomat, yet Minister i.'jwen might employ similar means l j advantage by lassoing the British i. :id Gorman ambassadors and forceing t iem to their knees for a few mom ents of pious deliberation. The situation in Congress is said to be entirely satisfactory to the Repub lican managers of the House and Sen ate and it is stated that there is no cloud now visible which will necessi tate the calling of an extra session Considerable legislation is being en acted, and Congress has a habit any way of getting down during the last fow days of tbe short session and do ing about two months work. The "get coal" movement that arc achieving success seem to be those spontaneous affairs that are called in t activity here and there by the app earance of a train-loadof fuelin com n. unities where the people have leen My Hair "I had a very severe sickness that took off all my hair. I pur- Scnasea a nonie or ycr s riair Vigor and it brought all my hair back again." W. D. Quinn, Marseilles, III. One thing is certain, Aycr's Hair Vigor makes the hair' grow. This is because it is a hair food. It feeds the hair and the hairgrows, that's all there is to it. It stops falling of the hair, too, and al ways restores color to gray hair. l CO a bofiU. All 4ruUta. If jotir driiictTV't aniiot aiily you, immkI tin oho d.'H.ir ami we will txpreM I x) I lie. lie mire and ! tli nanifl of your nr' t rcn ollu'e. AMrea, J.( . A YI'.U CO.. I well. Maaa. "burning their furniture. The meth odj are itrenuou. are nominally unj lawful but they i?et the coal. Tnat U more than the more pretentious move ments have yet succeeded in doing;. ! Clarence M. Burton of Detroit is lietng boomed a a candidate lor Ur gent of the University. It is said of him that he is a man of letters and deeply interested In educational mat ters in Michigan. He was born in California, is 49 years of age, a grad uate of Aun Arbor in both the liter ary and law departments He is De- trolts candidate and is endorsed by such men as Wm. Liylngntone, Homer Warren, J. L. Hudson and others. i j. i In spite of the restrictions placed on granting franchises In the Phillip- pines by Congress, an English com pany has asked for and been granted the right of way for a railroad-forty miles in length which will open a part of Luzon heretofore untouched. If. the partisan Democratic obstruc tionists in the Senate could be con vinced of the error of their ways lcg- islat'on could be passed for the islands which would result in building in the far East a lasting monument to American energy and progresslveness. The new Department of Commerce will have the distinction of dealing with the largest commercial interests of the world. In domestic exports, in manufactures, in transportation and In internal commerce the United States is at the head of the worlds lit of great nation. Some figures just compiled by theTreasury Bureau of Statistics, which by the new law becomes a part of the Department of Commerce, estimate the Internal com merce, estimate the internal com merce of the country at twenty bil lions of dollars, or equal to the entire international commerce of the world The trust question seems to be los ing interest in Congress. Tbe pas sage of the Department of Commerce bill with the provision for the Bureau of Corporatlonsand passage of the bill to expedite trials by the Govern ment, and also the passage of the ap propriation providing additional funds for government trujt prosecu tion cases are looked upon as highly satisfactory trust legislation. It is a subject of comment that the general trust question has not been debated In the Senate. The Demo crats have evidenti' recognized the Inexpediency of opposing any of these Republican measures. It is stated to be the program of the Democratic leaders to allow the Republicans to enact whatever legislation they want, secure in the belief that It will be in effective and that they will then be able to attack Republican legislation The Repeblican Jeaders are perfectly satislied with such a program realiz ing tiiat perfect trust laws cannot be framed at the first attempt but be lieving that they will be measurably eit-'Ctlvc and that tfiey can be amend ed as they are proven to be lacking. What's the matter, old man? Been losiug on wheat?" "No, not that, for lot to take Rocky Mountain Tea last oleht. Wife said I'd be sick today. 3-5 cents. Connell Bros. Foley's Honey and Tar is best for croup and whooping cough, contains no opiates, and cures quickly. Careful mothers keep it Id tho housr. W. I. Benedict. Weak and Tired " Do you suppose your VInol would do me any good?" said a woman customer the other day. " I Just drag round. My work seems an awful burden." " I think VInol will help you," said our clerk. " Our folks at home use it. We have such faith In it that we will pay the money back If It doesn't help you." She took a bottle of Vinol home and has since bought another bottle. VInol was sold last year on the same guarantee. How many "refunds" were there, do you think ? Less than two per cent. In other words, Vinol did successful work in ninety-eight cases out of 100. For two great classes, those who can't seem to gain strength, and those who are tired at nothing, we say : " Try VInol on our guarantee." CONNELL Brothers DRUGGISTS. r : rr : Valentine Wln arty. The youtiif married people residing In the Luther addition' believe In tav Ing. good time and having, them oft en, theresore, after talking the mat ter over, Invitations wVre issueji to the nebhbors and friends of Mrs. Wm. Lessiter inviting them'to at tend a Valentine WUh Party ' at her home, and, as a result, about thirty eople walked In upon her last Satur- night, entirely unannounced. The hostess, however, was equal to the occasion, and the guests were ushered In by the ringing of a large bell. After a few moments spent in merry conversation, games were In troduced and enjoyed for a time after w hich a basket was brought in out of which hung dainty colored ribbons. Every guest drew out a large heart upon which was a wishbone in bronze and a written wish. The gentlemen and ladles held corresponding num bers and as their numbers were call ed stepped to the front and read their wishes to each other. The wishes were original and very amusing. A prominent feature of the enter tainment was a large fortune wheel covered with pink roses behind which a yiHy in costume tat and foretold our fates as we turned the wheel. Each lady took a box tilled with choice dainties for two. As the time for refreshments drew near, a large paper heart was suspended in the doorway through which ribbons were run. Each guest chose an end and the heart was torn in twain, the persons holding the same ribbon be ing partners for supper. After refreshments, songs were sung and the guests departed for home with the feeling that, f,a little nonsense, now and then, is relished by the best of men," and that our hostess was a very agreeable perton to surprise. The guests from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller from G rat tan Hundreds of lives Bavd every year by having Dr. Thomas7 Electric Oil In the hcuse just when ! is needed. Cur vti croun, heal, burns cuts, wounds of every sort. Will Have Heldlng Postal Ofllco. Miss Grace Norwood, for several months in charge of the Postal Tele graph Co.'s Portland office, has ac cepted a similar position in Beldlng and will leave for that city as soon as some one is ent to Portland to take her place, probably some time next week. The new position pays better tlnn this one Portland Review, Winter coughs are apt to result in oonsuraptiou If neglected. They can he soon broken up by using1 Foley's UoDpy ara J ar. w. 1. Henedlct, Alvertlrtt Letters. Be Id ing. Mich., Feb. Hi 1002. Ladies List Mrs Florence Carpen ter,'Mis Mary E. Eisher 2, Miss Mal- el Ingalis, Miss Horcnce Jemison 2, Mrs. J C. StillweH, Mrs. Elmer Spald ing, Miss Josie v eston, Miss lea Wood. Gentlemen's List Zcnord Beckwith Fred- Buney, Will Lett, Mr. Will Smith, Vern Shdrwood, D. J Sharp, Leo Sage Esq.. Geo. White, Term Wil kinson. D. E. Wilson, P. M. A Mgbt Alarm. Wrt.e an than alarm of flro at night is thj brassy oough of croup, which aounds like tho children's death Irnnll and it means death unless something is done quickly Foley s Honey and Tar never rail to eivo instant relief and oulcklv cures the wort form of croun Mrs. P. L.Cordler, of Mannlngton, Ky wrlu e: "My three year old girl had a severe easo of crouo: tho doctos aairl i-ht could not live, I got a bottle of rolcy s Honey and lar, the first dose wavo qmcK reiiei ana saveu ner lire. ' ItefusH fub-tltutes. Sold by. W. I Benedict. nno liana of France. "This talk about' the decadence of thoKo delightful French and English Inns Is all uonsenso," wild n man who recently returned, from n European trip. "The advent of the automobile was a godsii,j to them, and their patronage has bei n greatly Increased since people took to ridiiiff along th&nc beautiful rojuls Instead of whizzing along on dirty, sooty trains. "And what charming old places those hotels nre! Their Immaculate antique furnishings, monsieur with his cheerj Binile, the black eyed waiting maid, the awkward chore boy; 'there Is a delight ful uaintnoss about the place not to be found elsewhere. And after the even ing meal what a pleasure It is to alt on one of those cozy porches overlook ing tho queer little town nestled at the foot of the great chateau. "Others may pass their time abroad In the palatial hotels to be found lu the gre.1t cities, but as for me, give me one of the snug little Inns hidden awai In th interior of L'rauce." All the healing balsamic virtues of the Norway pine are concrntra'ed In Dr. Wood' Norway Pine Syrup. Nat- ure.s own remedy for cought ard cold, Kucapril An Awful Fnl. Mr. H. Flacrclns of Melbourne. Fin.. writes. ''Mr doctor told me-I had Ton. unption and nothing could 'e dore f r nip. T whs utven un to rM Thp offer of H freo trial bottle of I)r King's ifiw Discovery frr Consumption, In lured mototrv It. Results were stsrM Inir- I am row on the road to rrcov ry and owe nil to I)r K'np'a New Dis'-or. cry. R snrley sav. d my life." This erfn cure 1 guaranteeo 'or all throat and di"rni s bv Connpll Urn rime- pls Price 50o. and 4100. Trial bot tles free. Subscribe for the Banner LIATCOLN CLVU li.KSQUF.T Flntf ttm i.l Clover .if futrm TliitraJav.' I Th third annual banquet of the Lincoln 1 club was held Fb. 12th, at the pleasant' home of Asher Shaw, at the Clover Leaf dairy farm. Mr. Shaw, wife and son, proved themselves ideal entertainers, j vielng with each other fn their efforU to make every one happy and comfortable. Belding has become famous for its ban quets, but we feel sure the Lincoln club banquet has put the much talked of Grid ley banquet in the shade, if quality of en tertainment, kindly feeling and good cheer counts for anything, but being a woman we were not permitted to attend the QriJley. sa mty mt bi coivlisrei i fair judge. To be sure the table waiters were not as young, and mayhap not as good looking as at the Gridley, but they got there just the same. Hetherington and Bailey will now have to look to their laurels as caterers or the committee of the Lincoln club will out general them. The day was happily spent with games, reminiscences of school days Back in the fifties, anecdotes and a spicing of politics. The universal sentiment was against trusts although a few confessed they saw no harm in a properly made combine. Each guest was presented with a souvenir not a carnation which would soon fade and wither. Instead the host ess gave each a pin whereon was" deline ated the well known features of our be loved Linnoln. The fourth annual will be held with Geo. Brewn and wife on the next anni versary of Lincoln's birth. At the close of the day all "Skid adiew, expressing the wish that we may again share the hospitality of the Shaw's at no distant date. MENU. Escalloped Oysters. Pickles. Jelly. Baked Chicken Pie. Family Style. Mashed Potatoes. Cabbage Salad. Mayonnaise. Biscuit. Butter. Honey. Fruit Cake. Chocolate Cake. Cocoanut Cake. Mince Pie. Berry Pie. Cherry Pie. Cheese.' Salted Peanuts. Bananas. Tea. Coffee. It's a mistake to irrarluo that Itch ing piles can't bo cured; a mistake to stitT r a day longer than you can help. Doan's Ointment brings in-rtai t relief and permanent cure. At any drug store. 50 cents, -will Hurry jt. uoit. The engagement of Mine. Emma Calve, the prima donna, to M. Bols, the well known Parisian Journalist. Is an nounced. It Is understood that the marriage will lake place within a few SI ME. EMMA CALVE. weeks and that the song bird will come to the United States for her spring tour accompanied by her husband. M. Hois Is a recognized authority on occultism ninl he has contributed sev eral books to the literature of the mys tical science. Mine. Calve, it Is said, Is In harmony with her intended husband upon the question of occTiItisni. and their mutual beliefs and pursuits In this field brought them. together In as sociations which have ripened Into a betrothal. EXCURSIONS VIA THE pere farquette. NEW YORK & PHILADELPHIA cannot be more pleasantly reached than by the Grand Trunk-Lehlgh Val ley Route. Solid through trains, magnificent scenery. Descriptive literature sfcnt free on application to Ceo. W. Vaux, A. O. P. & T A Grand Trunk Railway system, 1 .'." Adams St., Chicago. Minneapolis la tho greatest milling center in the world Its flour la famous in every civilized country and CERES OTA Is the highest Min neapolis standard Compare It with anything you have ever used Ceresota is solcr by Underwood ' ros Glnej-Judpon Oiocer Co., iilstrlbuto s mm NO TOO We are independent of the trust. If you wish to save from $2 to $3 per week, you will buy your GROGERIE from DeCoster Bros. We will sell for cash, and cash only, the follow- . ing articles at the following prices. Q lbs. Granulated Sugar 21 lbs. L. B. Sugar Catsup 9c per bottle Tomatoes that so!d for f fn 12c now , iKJLf Those that sold for 14c, 1 Q r now Gj Yeast Foam ....... q Best Japan Rice, whole, not broken, per lb Rest California Prunes, Qto 9c, 3 for (ZiOKj Malta Vita, 15c, 2 for. . . . QQq Standard Navy Tobacco QKn 3 cuts for... wOU Arm and Hammer Soda Grape Nut, 13c; N 2 5 C As the duty is off tea we wl give the people the benefit 60o tea now )0C 50c tea, now 40C 4oc tea now 35C Jaxon Sosp, QKn 8 bars for ..cM-' Jaxon Soap Powder, tr 2 pkg for Blueinc small bottle Blt-elrj?, laro bottle Bon Am per cake. . . . Sapollo, per cake. . . Machine Oil per bottle 4c 8c 8c 8c 7c Remember, these prices are FOR CASH ONky. Come in and get our money's worth. We never sleep. We arc here to Statf. DeCOSTER BROS. g ARMOUR'S Little Liver Pills! These Little Liver Pills are composed of the ar active principles of vegetable drugs that have fj, special action on the liver and bowels. They are ST; small, pleasant to take, prohpt in action, zJZ will not gripe or irritate, and perform their e- word to perfect satisfaction of the patient. mr g ' They act by restoring the torpid liver to its T normal condition, creato a healthy action of 4 '- the digestive organs, and cures constipation r by securing regular operation of the bowels. THESE PILLS CURE TORPID LIVER, DYSPEPSIA Indigestion and Sick Headache. Chills and ' f fever, Costlveness and Bilious Attacks. PRICK, P,IF,TEE2T CTS. Icon nell bros.,3 PHARMACISTS L,dies M. ST HER Goldpust Washing Powder A p perpkff XU Rub-No-Moro A p pe pkg- xv 9 O'clock Washing Tea q Search Light Matches Enamelino - Qp large flze. . . ., Enameline A small size... Toothpicks An per box Clothes pins tip 5 dozen for Korn Krlsp 15c, 25C Graln-O -J Op per package XOL Pure Maple Sugar -1 An per lb LJj None Such Mince Meat 0 9c, 3 for. Can corn, can peas, can Ofcxp beans, etc ,10c can, 3 for-' RaUlns, seeded, llC Bulk Raisins Qn por lb VL, Currants -i fs per packago xvU Rolled Oats A r per lb Bean9, dried ,QKn 61bs wUL Crackers n per lb.,. Eggs... Market Price Butter Market Price oooo Royal Worcester Corsets ( ylo ttnti JSxvcl in rf. Sty Hlcunneclf ynu hnvon't trial tltcm, co no, M, HICKS.