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Jl t ^gylw Holmes —IN— An , International Comedy Success, -Glean, Catchy, " ''of •Rib-Tic Jkiing Variety "An adyenture. .in y;erasity in which a modern Amer- j ican goes the Father of his Country/ one better, and proves the Cherry. Tree Incident was possible. ' ? Also BRAY PICTOGRAPHS 7and§:45 P. M. . ...,., , . . ... v'll-and 22 Cents .:. —FRIDAY^ • , Enid Bennett, in "THE HAUNTED BED ROOM" Fatty Arjjuckle in 'TATTY'S ^LD NIGHT" LAUNCH DRIVE HERE FOR 61 FEDERAL ROAD • ->...:-.- .-v : -.r- — •')--f -4 > -£ Organizing- Local Mississippi Valley Highway Association "For ;Pui:p'bs^ Qf Securing Great Federal Highway Through ~Gai-- bohdale. ; - \ • , . L. T. Barnes is taking around a/ petition for the organization of a local Mississippi Valley Highway- Association. Twenty-two charter members are required to organize a local organization. -After the charter members are. .secured, enough more members-must be''db-- Gained to make, ai least a hundred members. " " . ' ' The Mississippi Valley Assoaa- tion is a part o{ the National or BARTH THEAT£fi " 6 'Superb' story ._pi smiles? tears, "and fctig. -(moinejxtj featuring, ^\:^nr i ri EARTH THEATRJE _*"~" , APRIL 12 and 1£. MINERS RETAIN G. E. HUGHESJ .Will' Defend .the 42 Union Officials - - Under Federal Indictment'aV*. '" , "* ' '" Indianapolis:'' ''"'-"..• .. A-NNtfAL STATEMENT •ja^ks'pn iCoun-ty, ss. (Sice* of Supervisor of •.< JSr<8. 3»*jfrv TT-. ,.•< .' •:-, -f Township. ; • ••; The, ioljowingf.'IsP.a* ^statement by Soloinpn?:.lr,a.^sh,aw;-Mn th"e y r county 4Sj—_-4.-^jv afore'lajd', -of, the Amount M l'unds"!r'e*eaived-'.an.d -Sisburs- S'SySim" during*"tHe- |i'scal- ; year'end^ ^^"Sie^ |Jh,|a3?' .of ,^pri}, £• ^ a hand .aF'the commeh^ment 'Baid out on order of K2amia>. of iiighways ..........'..... 1638.83 April 6, -1920, -bal. oral'- hand. . ; $9361.11 .; the,--amount : 'of piiB'iic^i'unds -receiviedi'aTiid' Irom -what -Tcteiel* lle)1 ' a:L ° t of ?"& p"oses'''expen.dedrdurmg said fiscal ?ear ending as aforesaid. .said. ..iSolomon '.CcawshflWj f'PEOPtE'S ^. s ..--i-...,.;.&...-:«--.«-.. SAt/E — Six rooia louse; a| .; « harjjain. See Henry 1C. Ingram. • " One pa»h In Advance. mon{b,; per. Jford ,-,... wie'ek,' .pef word ' : One TnWrtton; 1 per 1 'word •Three insertioneiTer ...If ...01 .:.oi . ..0! • WANTKD. —.. >. op- New t York, April S.—Clmrles E '._• HuRlies' 'lias' ; bce'n rel'nlii'ert ' by''• tlip Sanization whicjh- is planning to se- ! t ?!! it « a ' ^"6'Workers':of'."A'inei;ica ^ . , , , , , - T% ,-' 1 i fine* tounsel to defend Hie 43 union cure the federal toad, from Duluth, j officials under 'federal- ihdictrneiTt i M-inn. to New^ ^..Orleans, _ t.hroug-.h\j,]- (lif i nupoli s-' bn -' cn:ni . ges 'ot'cphspirin, Carbondale. This "is provided ' fo 1 ' *•"' ..«?"'.-«««i -^..ix.^-.-..^!.^- '_^-.---^L_:— to raise'coiil prices'!'"'-This announce The'^.federal.' merit'^yas matte by JolinMJ. Lewis,'in be .brick, it li hoped, and j terniitibhal p'reslJent pf'tlie'imj'on. I NOTICE! in the Townsend road wi tentative specifications 7 calf for ; a 1 ' " A counte'r-agVeeriieht iibyeririg an road 20" feet wide. 'Some time ago I "l. 1 ™, 1 !? mi "F*.' ae ™ m " ls 'i s ^S P'e . -,,.•„•:„:„;.:- ^^iiU-.l r, nred ' b ^ operators a-rffl w.llPb0'*encl.v .by tlie flrst of-next week for'srilimis sioh 'to the subcoDimittee negotiating the ' officials of ' Association the- Mississippi". Valley I •were' here and \- To anyone who may have received 'Anting me;for same. "I hai permt for huntirjg!, fishing, trap- licenses that have not been .( " "' W. J. BRiQWN, City Clerk. or other kind- of- license for 1919 1 How to LowerYour Meat Bills NO STEER WITHOUT GOOD MEAT ' AT LOW PRIC. •;" WAITED—^A steer composed entirely of loins and'ribs.—H. C. L. Unfortunately, "there ain't no such animal." If a porterhouse steer could be'developed by-a live stock Luther Burbank, we could all have porterhouse or sirloin steaks and .rolled roasts from the Ifrst and second ribs —next'to the loin, and therefore most expensive, as your butcher will tell you. " x ' Nearly' everybody wants high-grade cuts, but there aren't enough ribs and loin's to go around.' .These c.uts compose but 27 per cent of the carcass, the loin constituting IS per cent. What's the answer? If people would buy more chucks'-—they make excellent steaks—or briskets and clods (all fo.re- qnartcr cuts)' there would be cheaper sirloin arid porterhouse'' 1 steaks. Ask your butcher or food economist about the possibilities of the'fore quarter, also cheap cuts from the hind quarter. Then there is the'.flank. Ever eat "a good flank steak? It possesses a flavor that cannot -be duplicated. The full flank composes 4 per cent of the beef carcass,' the square-cut chuck about 24 per cent. In New" York and other Eastern cities far . removed from the packing house center, ribs and loins' can be sold at lower prices than in Illinois, because of the heavy demand by the for- elgh-borri population for rounds, chucks, pumps and other cuts less popular in'the West. The" least expensive part of the beef carcass is the shank, which .is excellent for stews, and soups! " Tlie' 'round will supply roasts as well as steaks! Pot roast's, steaks and braising meat' ! are fur 1 nlshed by the rump at medium expense. Chucks supply roasts, steaks and stews. The shoulder clod, another tec'onomicn! cut, is'use'd by well-taught cooks for steaks and pot roasts. There is a large variety 1 'of extra'portions, that many housewives, .know Jittlp .-about, such as the heart!'liVer, kidneys, lungs and sweetbreads'. V!'.'" ."•'.'. But you must know something-about beef cuts to know what to buy 'and how to buy. Then you can'neglect the costly steaks for the time and return to them when the price'has be'en equalized by the'more generai'-buying pf-the- less-familiar'"cuts. " ; •. • • Woman purchasing agents . of the home, in learnihg-'more" about the various cuts and their culinary possibilities, will have impressed upon them a knowledge of the limited quantity - . ' ; r f.intoi. the 1 - proposition " with 'local a now wnge"contract ' for x.. 1920, and did not, for any cause, re-, ] iard . roac i boosters, the". Chamber conl fields,'it was learned, ceiye .the.license can have the same of Commerce and .'others. It wasl. '' " *' '.' '.-'-' . ' ' ;; •by callng .at City H-all, phaning or pointed out that 'the Mississippi j M08E NATIONS J.OJN have several Valley route had a better -chance .called for. i of bcing d | losen as onc of t i lc ' federal routes than aiiay o£ the other routes- which are being worked for by the various associations o'yer the country. One of the necessary things in connections with the Association wa sthe stronc local organizations in each town and' community! The starting of the organization of !* local Mississippi Valley. Route Association here . should be supported and made -and effective instrument looking forward to the federal route through Carbondale' and . vicinity. Hints From the Department of Justice of loins and ribs and the excessive demand 'for them which causes 'the price to keep up. When ordering the foods for the day, the meat part of tho meal is always the first planned, and the remainder built ' around it. Housewives should be familiar with all cuts and "then cook them so as to get the best flavor. ' • LEAGUE All of South and Central America File :Notice of '.Adhesion . .' to, Plan.' ,'-- ;; '•; • ' Washington, April .8.-^-All of .-Soulh and Central'America np\y fs bound b} the covenant'of the .League' of Nations Adhesion to tlie league of six more neutral states, including .Venezuela the last Latin-'American'cp'un'try; to file its notification, Is reported here/,' The other neutrals filing'.notice* of adhesion are, the Netherla'ncls,.. Norwayj. -'IJiin- tnn'rlf. Swrtze'rVan'a anij SJfilVa'tior. 1 "'^ Rump Pot Roast of Beef With Durrip- lincs. 3 pounds beef, riimp, .% pound salt pork, ' ' Vi cupful carrots, onion, celery and turnips. ^1 teuspoonful parsley, '1 bay. leaf, ' . . ' 4 cloves, • % teaspoonful pepper, Salt. " . • 3 cupfuls water. .Wipe the pie:it, 'dredge 'with flour ana brown the entire surface in pork fat. Place ori a rack in a kettle, surround w'ith vegetables, spices nnd water. Season, cover closely sind simmer slowly four hours, "keeping the liquid .below tile boiling p'ofht. He- move meat and vegetables to hot platter. • Thicken stpck and serve with vegetables sis a sauce around the meat. The s'auce may be strained if desired. » - ' •' • ' ' : . Cfumplings. 2 cupfuls flour, ' ' " 4 teaspoonfuls baking powder, % teaspoonful salt, ' • 2 teaspoonfuls fat, .2-3 cupful milk, more if needed. Mix and sift' dry Ingredients. Work in shortening, acid milk gradually, put put one-half inch in .thickness, cut with small' biscuit curler. Cook from 12 to 15 miriutef:: Do not lift the lid while cooking! ' - '"''.• This mixture may be made slightly thinner arTC dropped- from a spoou into the stock for cooking. Smothered Beef. .3 pounds" 'o'fiunip or clod, .3 lurge .oniqns sliced, 3 iablespoonfu'ls* 'oil or drippings, 2 tub'iesp'oo'nf uls mild 'prepared mustard, Hour mixed with sa'lt- and pepper, 1- teaspoonful celery seed, 1 cupful .strained tomatoes or % can tomato soup. • • •Dredge • with flour. Brown well in heavy pan: Brown onions in oil"; add'trutstarcJ; celery seed and tb- ' inatoe's! .Pour and cook lesc cooker. this sauce three hoji meat more llie county treasurer has agreed .to Tet the fc,x ibo'oks for Carbohdiale township, both, real ies-fate and-iper- soral, a-emajn .at :thc 'uFii's-t National bank the -r-cmi-inder of <uh.is week. .Costa-.start-on all .tax-as lAjpnil 15. The bani< will remain open for tax payers untTT 5 o'clock. Brifi.g your' -last yes,rs rectdpts. • a8-2t Dr. and Mrs. Tlioi^nton of 'Royal-ton were here today. Div Thornton form- .erly resided- -in :Carbo.nidale ,on .South HUnois avenue. .-'• . (JAHD OF THANKS 1 want to take tlus mean^ of thanking my frier.ids for their assistance, •in .s-ecurmg my re-election 3.-, As'sq&t-. ant Supervisor. I ea-nnot m'.M;t every : or..'e~-person,ail.y and/' thank tli'em, but I would ;like to.' I promise to' dis-' charge my duties to the best of my ability. Adv a« W,M! ' CIVICS AND -STJF- . ' FRA.GE . CLiJJB; The Civics and Suffrage iClub ,!will; j'.ieef at the home .of Mrs. Alma. P6a-r.ce,.501 West Walnut street, Friday "hiight of' this .week. iMES. BM-LEY, Se-c. TWO kil|ed...|n Pjant.- Blast. Cairo, 111., April's.— T\vo men were roportprt killed- ami several injured in :in .explosion at the plant of tire Aetna -Explosive company at Fnyville, near here. • • • . • SUES TO KILL MARY'S DECREE Nevada Attorney .General to Start Suit to Set- Asfde Pickford " : Divorce. :•.-:- Reno, Nov., April S.—A' suit to set aside the i1ec're'e : elf divorce granted to Slary Pickfoi'U, 'now "Mi's. Doiiglas Fairbanks, will be filed next week by 'the attorney general of' Xevatla',' according-to- 11'statement iniifle"'b'y'-Rbl)- ert Richards, Vlepu.fi; 'attorney general, who has lieeu "ihvestig-ntfng- tlie'''cir- cumstauces unde'f \yliicn" the "decree was granted.' The suit' vrtlV be'based on allegations that collusion and con- spirac-y"were resorted xfo'" ! {n:' conducting the case and tim't, because' qf/'tlie Insuflicie'ncy of "tlie resilience' of tlie other party to Hie «is'ev'_.'the '''cotfrt' failed to acquire jurisilictioh. : . Dr. John Armstrong was a business/visitor in_-;Grand Tqwier; '•• 'Mrs. Lawrence Bushy of Memphis, Tenn., arrived- itodia.y ifor a. visit "with lier".pareh,ts, :Mr. and Mrs:'-J^ M. Gj-r- ner. .' ' .''.'" ; : .- —o-—-."•' JH'i-3. Me-len Wail lof -llunphysboro was tlie 'iguest. Wednesday of ;her sister, ;Mi>s. iLlpyd iBradley. "' '" ''" Eose bushes, geraniums, salvia and all kir.-ds' of f plants for pornh boxes for'safe at the : flower booth"' at the orders to adv a5-3t 'Mrs. .Robt. iEubanfe has ©one, to Christopher, where she iwiU .reniain with uMf. Euha.nks-at their ffiariri.'"She has'ibben hers i'o.r .several iitipnths'.wl'th her, cliildren,' who 'arei.' atte'ciding school at'the Nio.rmial."' '-.'-.'" ' .Mrs. ;Gep. Hanson land! .ibaby and. Mrs. Jfilmer..F,reeman visted. ne'Iiatives :n .M.urphys'boro- yesterday aftea-r. oon. Mrs. H. IF. Jierdon .of 'Braokport 'is yisicing 'Mrs.. T. 33. Jerdon.'" "" Mrs. V-ey -Exby of the Johnson- Vaiicil-T-aylor'.store is off duty be- c:-use of lillness. ing",Huly sworn,- doth- i dep,ose and say, that the foiiowiiigi'sta-tement ,by hini subscribed--.,is'-" a'•correct statemer.it of ;he "ambuiit; of .public funds on, hand if -tne "corarhehcament"-of ' the "fiscal y^Vb'^W'sTaii^/^e^moiint^of'puTj- from:V)6SfiK''r,g»iV«d/ ; aT;id '&.'a.rnount 'oVr,onrio'rf''.ia.n'ri"nnrnoses •for'iwJiich' ex- ' purposes' '-for "?.}^iph' ejc :pehdeaivSa" ; '-set. forth- -in- ?aid -s"ta-te- :ment. " SOLOMON. ''' Subscribed 1 fand' sworn'-'to' 'before me, this 'ath'' day of April, 1920'. ' " «' --' - V: -~- -«•' . "• -W. 3. BROWN, Funds Received an'4 j.rPRV • Sources ..Received. " .Amounrt of public funds'; on "hanid; -,at 'the '.'commencement .of the" fiscal" ''year, commencing' itjieSath' day .of 'March'," iSiO '•.'.'.'".". .'.'.'^ April 1, Ipilp,. lieceiyed from' Ed Woods April 1, ;J ' :; ' Seprt.m W.'"S^ Dec.U6^£m?|^W^P "" S. 14pberte,:dog't^tg|^| 177.40 Total received all :Sources'^-!'4^492,24 Total paid'out oh order of•'•-'-.'•'•' lioard .'.-.'.'.'..."." .".'...-.."'.'. .3724.36 , . "' '' poiituraty for a live .worioihaa;. busi- nfesB established;' • niaw . and' repair work; maimed map preferred. Steady. ' ! ' '- 'worlc in a ! live J fruit A'd&ess B-ox v 192; ; to.'w-n. SALE—(Modem •309 .Oierry."" 1 ."'" 5 room house. a8-3t ia.'- Kbusfeikeeper.- 'Good wages. Call 364X. 'a-8-31; . F1O;B . HENrT—Room. Ljadjes pre- \-:Serreid; 210 Maple. ''•''' -'-'aS-St -FOR SALE— ThorouK'nbred . Island,, •. JStgd , ; , .eggs,.- jor» ., .seeing, "cheap. Phone 270K. . A8-<3t FOB;" . { mo"de£n"except"''fieat. Rawlfngs. M30-6t ""FOB SALE—Willard storagfS' ; lat- tery—6 to 8-"eolte"r- Jtay be seen at 'Settlemdlrs' shoc'-no^Jtal; --Good as new. . .--'• 1 « l -.lJ'-n".i^-- ; - ^:-'' .'SAitE— 100' acres 4 'miles sputh- ' '' .,,' ,. ^r ij-f f ''• west °f" proved. , J. : '£. Turaier, 111., Itoute I.""' 7 "--—' ... Carfebiidale, FK>ii iJAt'E—Modern "five ""rooirT'cot- •tage on Cherry street'.' Immerkte jpossessicn.-JS". • A. Taylor, TQBMION ""•''ise, "K . .-ajjp.ui . 4' .hotirs a day.' care Free 5ress.- a7-3t 448.85 6.00 1000.00 Bal. i^.-hajid,Apr.il..6,.M?0'. Paid''o'ljt #uring""tlie year .pn'"pj;der of .auditing- • hoard: . • For auditing.' ..-. : $' 49.00 For groceries to poor .' 266.49. For assessing '..'.'! 907.50; Drugs "and medical' services. 2-2QS5 Overseeing p'p'pr'.';!'.'-.".'..'.'.. 213',0p. Widow?? .pensions ........... 481!0b' !ash to poor Printing • 346.00' 33.65' Election supplies ....... ...~ 85.55' ' ?obr and'office rent Town clerics' fees." Election supplies . Coal to jjoor.'..'."... C-iothin'jf'to" poor .. Burial of poor .... 343.00' ' WANTED"— to' hear from party having farm for sate. Give price and description'. — L. ^y. Borah,- box , .Champaign,.. 111. ' ' - . - A7— 6t WANTED— Girl ' for" general ' hc-use- work. Good" references. Good wages. Mrs.'' Fowler,. 408 -South Poplar. • "'"•• '" : " ; '" '''• ••'•'••-'• ' ' for. general housework.- Must'have good references. -WlAlNTED-^Waitress at Van'Noy's. a6-7-S FOR 'SA'LE—We liuy, raisg and,.sell fur-bearing .rabbits, and other. fur-bearing animals.; 'List wfajt /you . jiave with us ; ,stating your Jowest prices on large lot shiomejjtji. The . Fur & Specialty ^Farming Co.,f513- 517 N. P. Avei'," Fargo, JX, -Dak. "••''. ... T " '-".' "M19—imo. FOR. SALE—House, it . 705 "Vest • gecan. Terms • .reasonable., Price right. Call or write Charles ifjrcrs Carbonda'c,. I]l.. ..'. A6—!2t. LOST—Cameo pinj ..and Normal Ave., Phone 218. Reward. between "'Eim - and downtown. '.•-' '-'.- . A8-2t osition as . or stenograph' er... Competent. \Lor-. etia Glenn-. ' 'PJione . .807-13.. '" AS— 61 — House ".on- .West Main -Mrs. ..W! A."" -' Perec! " " ' " AS— 5t FOR 'St. $5500'. ""'"'' LOST—HGray - pyercoafc ^ .Obetween Springer street and Bayliss •Field- Bd McXiuire. . ' ^ , LOST-^One 374~p'orse;-cbnt3aning be ' : - ' : ' ' ; '' 1 : -itween? call WANlED—Copt', ''.313" 'S'outfi"l|Tjnois, ' 'T 1 ' '' T\!»"L: 11 ! " ' "" '''" " " ' " ' "AO " ' *?4 T.' Darnell: 'A2—6t ' "WA^XED—young ijien, and girls for factory "wort." JExjiertence not required, iaood wages. Nine-hour day with ten hours;.-pay.—The ^Oliver Typewriter Company,' Woodstock, 111.- : 77.50 ? 7 -54 165.50 p3.id out Received -"'Sources '•' and From' "Wh'at tTo.tal Funds -ROAD AND BKHQGE" FUND March 29, 1919, Balance" iri ; " "' '" titeury '.!'."! .T.'!': '':,'..".".$ 99.91 April''I2f,' 1919, city of £ar- fcondale '.".''.-....-!'..•"....".";.''. 55.20 "une 28,, 1919, from. W.. S. . -•'/.-• Roberts;' county treasurer. 1 480.0.00 Sept.'il'6, '1919, from same.!'.'. • -275:47 uly 81, i'9.i'9, Floyd'Brown, :: " Comm. of Highways'.'...'.. 12.50 I>ee. 10, 1919; hand, road re- :" pair 'fund : ".-.'. : ... ..'."!'.. •'. • 75.0C "WANTED— Latly .or gentelman "in CarDondale for Watkms''Famo'us Products."Watkins 'good's.- known .everywhere Big .profits. Write today.. Wiit- .kihs Company;" ( 51'; " '• ' F,OiE - BENT— Lai-ge furnished room; "iiiodtefiii.' 'Mrsi-'A'.' McCoiimick.' a8-3 Total ...$531S:08 'otal 'aonount paid out on or-' der'.of ; Com;"'of ' April. 6, ' • "Funds received" March ,29, -ipip, haiance in .treasury '.!.'..'.'.". : ".'' ...-..,.$ 27.35. ;.un,e'28, 1919, W. S. Rob-, " '. er.ts, county treasurer..... 1200.00 iept. • 16, 1919, W. .S. -Ron- erts," county .treasurer.... 3030.10 fov! 10, "1919., hard road re- "-. . ipai.r'' fvuicl '-'. 275.00. •Total amoun:t received. ....-$458)2:45' 'otal "paid"-out on.--order' of;"" '•'. lomnj.' of'Highways .... .V. ••430547; 6, 19.20,-Bal. on-hwid. .$ i227.28 : 'KoAD REPAIR' EUND""- i : Funds, received ~".~~ !' :ept. 16, 1919, -W/ : ,S;'Eob- . '_ j- erts,' coimty treasurer."^'$I10pb.OO;'' Family- - ;,,,. ooh ,,, dav , oae , no placei Ffsher- FOR RENT—EEPAI , room down•stairs, private- entraiicef-at.,S. C. Chandlerls,;.-4f»2 West. Walnut.. . -- ' ' --A8—ot P.OK .EENT-^One"of- .two-iurm'shed :" rooms.' " Reasdn'aib'le. \VOi ,. .West '-'"' ~'" : '"'"' "'"'' a7-3t LOST— Somewhere .-.between--' Fowler's ice cream parlor; and.- -fae Methodist : p.arsqr.a£.e, a ring "with small diamond set in black onyx. Reward.'- "Helen Geyer:' •'- •'.' .A6^5t G*n*ral Practice '-•*- Bp«cl«l iitUrrtlon' tc -Eye, Ea •• -- -• ; - '"'-• tot •nrimf ' r !-:- r QlMM« FttUd Phono,: Re»ldence 83*2, OfflM «M-1 . Phone £92 3ult* f12-11B~N£w Law. . " BnlMillfl DELIA CALDWEM,, M. D. 211 We«t Main Offic* Hour*— l-to-io *. itj.Zt* 4 f. CARBjONOA-li CAK®¥ v 1 -: ETOEHEN^" -'•"•' ••iorne- Made 'Candle»-«nd let Cr*a>c - r. ? rrelephbra 444 Y-^ ' a -': FOR RENT— Fur.njshed room.. Mod em.* ' Gentleman preferred. 21U Hospital -' Drive. ' Telephone 69. ' M26— 6t FOR RENT — Two tfurnished- a-opms. > FOR EBNT-^-Two: trpnt roon»: OT*i Style Shop, tor office or BleepinJE ropmt Apply. MiseBietliV-No'rmal'and Monrc< FOR RENT—2 unfurnished rooms : for' light-:! hpuEekeepi'ng!'f49.1; jWest Oak.'Phj)ne ; '3991. ':-"-* -'"A3—3t ":FQK. ...RElSI-rrMpderu .roqms $1.75 .I p'er " weelc. .'-Board'"'.£5.50! 'i'0'9 East Grand, ..— : .. weejcl ^oard : "-$5.5CK '109 E "l 'bloc'K cast of"'Kt^-maL - • • ' FOR RENT—Farm, 40 acres, east of Carbondale, good orchard ^.nd-.fine place for -cantaloupes. Also'-''grain crops. Reasonable ,.terms to_reliable ; party. . : APP r ly/Mlss MaggiV Jttieth. '" - FOR RENT—Storage tor t»ou»eliol« gooda, in the 6ne story bric& buildict 'cement floors, .og^'allejftimck ot me» iBartii Theatre., ^jpnjtr'g&n ^^ FOli SALiE—'Fine iWhite _ Rock egijis ; • dior hatching, /.|l.50: ; per"''J5f-.Aabipli Dodiiltot, Ocmtilaija.^in.' a8-3t -;FOR SALEy-iii-roaiii.''modern-house; • in god'dS^conditiou;^ fine-'-loca'ticin. one blo.c'k from 'square, 305 W. Main; price reasonable. .For ..further information -call" at .'",508V--N. jPoplar or-php.ne 824, . A7—Ot FOR -'' SAI/E-^Suri-ey. Good, condi-. ' .tion, wJth top. ..See S. N. Fowler at 'Fowler'sfcandy-store": • m30tf ' -:ro>mVmo'deWihquse; •'All • cbnyeniences. •" Two. f ''impro'ved •lots." 410, North' Springerr'lI^Horie; r.. _v-, "" ni31-6t'" SALE— Barred Rack eggs Jor ^ Telephone No. Kinds of Mpying '.Work. Transfer H. O. HAliL & CO. FEED,' eOAL"'ATJO-POUC,TRY '-" -•• : '8uppEi.iEs''- ;: "' r .^ '-., '• PIVoneZSS' ' SENERAL PRACTICE AND TH«" .. 5yo» Tsstid Virginia Bldp. Ccrbo«d«te, "«f« . ±1. NPSJE; Over Woolworth StoreT Murphysbero, III. LAURA E. SWARTZ 1 Offlc, N - Coal and Ice MACKEV~ "•*.*'.-_ Rhom HAMIIiTqN t to 11 A. MH.OIH» ' t. •>; m • B. W«»h«d Nut, " YARD flENR¥ Baton; :ggs. !or thSl-aS I

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