Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on January 19, 1910 · Page 8
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 8

Dixon, Illinois
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Wednesday, January 19, 1910
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*>jt trs mciwr THK EVENIXO TOEßBAPH, T>TXO!f, tLUHOTJ. W ednesday J anuary to toio COUGHS are troublesome at the best. Often they lead to serious complications arc! therefore they should not be rmgfected. A bottle of our White Pine Syrup quickly cures coughs and COLDS A 25 cent bottle will probably be enough if taken in time. ■O 'S’'- SULLIVAN DRUO . ______ STORE 90 Galena A ve. Dixon, 111 G etting a fine watch i s n o t necessarily a matter of money, but of knowing watch facts. A Howard watch—the only American watch that is always made, finished, and adjusted as a fine watch — can be had from $ 35,00 to $1 50 . 00 . • Every Howard is adjusted in its case , and price-ticketed at the factory—and the price is never cut. We are distributors for this distinctive watch. (.*. (). WcmSel, Jeweler. **♦ V.* ....25c ...........................25e each 5c per can 5c per lb 15c per lb 15c 20c Four cans solid-pack Booth Tomatoes for. Four can’s Early June Peas* for................... New Salt Mackerel........................................... Oil Sardines ...................... Calumet Baking Powder.......................... Snow Drift Lard ...................................... 5-lb package Oatmeal ................... 0 fob iSli CRM’S VVB OFI'EU 8 lbs Oatmeal. 6 lbs good Rice. 2 lbs good Coffee, 3 packages Seeded Raisins ; ?!• bars Boston Laundry Soap, pound good Tea, 4 cans Pumpkin. 4 cans Red *.L Kidney Beans or Wax Beans. 3 glasses .Jelly. 4 cans Mammoth Lye, J lbs Jjhnme Cookies, 3 3-lb can Apple Butter, (billon Tomatoes. 2 boxes of R|chelieu Toilet Soap. 1 DOWNING’S GROCERY. 1: Three Phone*— No Waiting. 4 Deliveries Daily & ao QZ-® # * * * * & % * * * * * * THE MARKE s T, The BARGAIN COUNTER Merchtatt to Their ? «root 12 Honey ............. .....18' Potatoes ......................................45 Oats .........................................43 Va H 44 % Corn .............................................................58 RANGE OF CHICAGO MARKETS BOARD OF TRAD» QUOTATIONS FURN18HKD BY C. P. HJDB- RICK, SHAW BLDG. C. D. Anderson, Local Manager. Kan ire of prlcos on Chicago Board of TYads. Chicago, Jan. 19, 15 10. vU O *•*»***« •*# USE JONES PRODUCTS ' Hams, Bacon, Lard and Sausage, Home=Cured Hickory-Smoked, —A N I) — Barrrington Hall Coffee— c Open HighLow Close Wheat— May 1 0 s :5.j 109 ! 0 7 % 108% July 10 0 b 1 00 % 99% 100 % H* ■ ]>( 9 fi 9 6 •>« S95% 96 % Corn — May 6 7 % 67% 66 % 67 Vz July 67 ti 1 Vi 66 H6 7 Vi Sept 66 7 h 67 6667 Oats— May 47 A 1 7 % 4 G % 4 7 Vi July 4 3;L i 3 4 3 %43% Hept 1 1 41 14 4 0% 4 1 Vi Pork—M jh V 2 175 2 ! 9 0 2155 2190 July 2 1722 1 9 0 2 1 57 2 1 9 0 Ribs— May 11171 1 62 II!) 1 1 60 July 1 It 7! 1 60 114011 60 Lard— May 12 0i) 1212 1 1 s71210 July 1192 1 2 02 1177 j 2 0 0 Stock yard s vi port : Hogs ofiv.. sVtdy to shade lower. l.t*ff in9 ! 00. STAR THEATRE Moving Pictures changed Daily. Ad m ishion 5 cc• n t s. During remodeling of stage. WANT HD \T ONC'K. 25 girls and women between the ages of 16 and 40. Apply to the foreman at the Corset factory. 10 0 D. M. FAHRNTBT, Auctioneer. Speak early for special dates. Brown Block, Room 1, 2 3. Lee County Phone—Residence 152. Office, 10 , Dixon, filinola. Corn cobs for sale. Prompt delivery. George 1). Laing. 11 6 Money to 1 a>Hn on farm« at low interest rates with privilege to borrower of payh g any amount at any time stopping Interest thereon H. A. Roe Company, Opera Block, Dixon, 111. Phones. ?3tf DIXON ST HAM DYE WORKS. 78 Galena Vve. Ladles’ and Gents’ garments steam ed, French dry obaned, dyed and pressed, John A. Myers & Vernon L. Schrock, Props. Home Phone 370. 12 6 Light Heavy M ixed Rough c ¡¡Hi/ ,s75. S5ii fit son. S 15 Qi 885. s I 5 fi S fi 5. WANTED VT ONCE. 25 girls and women between tue ages of 16 and 40. Xpply to the foreman at the Corset factory. Hi 9 ; Calile and sheep steady. Receipts today: Hogs 5 5 ii 00. Cattle 2*1000, Sheep 20000. 1 fogs close 111 to ! 5 lowei. Estimated tomorrow :>00fn). Fresh Cut Mowers. or all kinds, delivered t<, any part of the city for any occasion. Funeral work a specialty. Prices reasonable. Phone 147. N. 11 Long. Greenhouses North Galena Ave. 3tf We don't have to bribe you with a chrome, or u tin whistle for the baby to induce you to buy a sack of White Satin Flour. It sixaks for itself, Dixon Cereal Co. 15 2 The only Coffee that the HULL (the bitter part of Coffee) is removed. t Earll Grocery Co U»i 0t0Mm '•Älp \1 X .<>i 1 DEUCIOl.’S CAKRS Light as a feather, made from the very best ingredients, can always be selected from our laigc assortment. Everything in pies and pastry, fresh from the oven every day, you will have to travel far and sea.eh long to find better bread than what we serve: in fact, we doubt very much if you can. We make a spkeiaity of Public Sale Lunches. Ankney Bros., 212 First Street. Successors to Sprout's Bnkory Reduced Prices ON Beckwith’s Round- Oak Heating Stoves To reduce a small overstock we are selling N >s 16, 18 and 2o at $5.oo off the regular price If you need a heating stove, now is the time to decide. VUBSNtASK. (A, Mrs. Frank Rosbrook is visiting in \ m hoy. .1. M Batchelder left last evening on a business t rip. Bert Swartz of Palmyra transacted business here today. Misses Kells and Brinton are vis iting for a few days in Chicago. Henry Ruffe nsberger left yester day on a business trip to Foley. Ala, Ex Eire Chief William Janie went to Amboy today to transact business. 1!. W. Leydig and Squire Johnson are transacting business ar Kansa City. Vlis, Will Gilbert has returned from a visit with friends in Men dot a. Simon Wise of Harmon was ir. this «-ity yesterday transacting business. C, IE Stiteley has recovered from a few days’ illness and is again at his du t ies. F. M Ramsey of Forreston visited with his friends In this city last evening. E. IE Vonroy of LaSalle was transacting business in this city last evening. Henry Stoffregen is t Hlnckloj in the interest of the Home Benefit society this week. Robert Fr\ returned to his home in Minneapolis yesterday after a few days visit ¡it the Charles Todd home. Mrs. Ralph Jo.vnt has gone to Havana, 111., to join her husband, a tv cl at which place they will reside in the future. Asa Judd, a former resident of tills city, is here from Warren, O , to attend the funeral of his father, Wallace Judd. Roln rt Cook has returned to his home in Compton after a visit at the home of his son, Dee Cook, of Fourth street. C. B. Miller, president of the Dixon Artificial Ice and Cold Storage company, is transacting business in Chicago today. Hill Leith, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Leith of this city, is seriously ill in Chicago. He has been unable to attend his classes In the University of Chicago for the past week. F. E. Stiteley goes to Leaf River tomorrow to attend the annual stock holders and directors’ meeting of the Leaf River bank. Mr. Stiteley is a director of the bank. He will be accompanied by G, B. Hlestand. WANTED AT ONCE. 2 5 girls and women between the ages of 16 and 10. Vppl.v to the foreman at the Corset factory. 10 9 Klllarney Hoses. And American Beauties always on hand. Artistic floral arrangements. Dixon Flower Shop, 106 First St. Phone 10 7, 3tf Smoke Belle of Dixon, 5c. 10tf WAV" H AT OXCK. 25 girls and women between the ages of 16 and 40. Apply to the foreman at the Corset factory. 10 9 WANTED AT ONCE. 25 girls and women between the ages of 16 and HE Apply to the foreman at the Corset factory. 10 y thill 0. A. Dement for Party llacle $1.00 a couple. Telephone 35, S 1 GINGHAMS First Displag “1910” Patterns & The most Extensive Displag of Beautiful Ginghams we have ever assembled is now ready for your i inspection. Special Argyle Zephyrs-*in Plaids and Stripes 32 inches wide .......................................................... Pretty New Designs in Plaids and Stripe effects, at........................................................................... 25 cts yd 12 2 c yd Valmore Ginghams in pretty Piaid and Stripe Patterns, a^so the standard Nurse Stripes, 27 inches wiiU ................................................................... 8 2 cts yd The Best Gift The most common adulteraci of soap is water used with gelatin , hi • substance^ to keep it from drying out They mo various substances aim, such as chalk, silica, gypsum, clay, starch, etc. Tho majority of good soao is approximately 1-5 water. Tu ’ host perhaps 1 -s, Common to eheaq soap runs from 1-5 to 4-5 water. J'ho eye cannot detect this difference- it na> the weight; it has the size; it si,-Is, hut you say it washes away so fast. Why shouldn’t it? Over one-half water. Here you have another reason why one soap is cheap, another n h. Why one can afford to give premiums nd another not. You run n f risk buving the old reliable brands of soap from the Dixon Grocery Co. • 15 1 IW1NONK for a young man is an accurate time-piece. Time is money, Yes. more than money, and it is just as important to keep tally on time as its is to lake care of other items of value, Every boy above ten should have a reliable watch, and learn the value of a minute. There is no other gift equal to a watch for son or daughter. Get them one at any sacrifice. We have the Ix st watches, at j prices that will appeal to you. £22 KLING JEWELRY GO, Win. IT L rein, Pres. FIRST ST. DIXON, EL. ALUMINUM WARE T E A K E T T 1 E S, SAUCE PANS, Tea and Coffee Pot?, Etc- .UgfhA f: Wc carry a complete iw,e in both Cast and Spun Aluminum. a E. J. FERGUSON HARDWARE. AND- OGLESBY BOTH HIGH GRADE SOFT COALS SOLI) ONLY BY Eyes Scientifically iested Glasses IlfW Accurately Fitted by F. M. SNEED Successor to A. J. Kirke, OPTICIAN --------------------------OFFICE IN ROSBROOK BUILDING pictorial Review 215 First Street. Pnttpril«; HOURS—9 to 12 a. in.. 1 to 5 p. in., 7 r ailVI to 9 p. in. 9 to 12 Sunday. HAVE THE UP-TO-DATE STYLES, Dr. Kirke’s prescriptions on file. Remnants Remnants of Dress Goods “ u Silks “ “ Ribbons ‘k u Embroideries “ Table Linen [iemnants of (Curtain Goods “ “ Muslin “ “ Flannelettes “ Crash “ “ Prints and Percales PLAYER-PIANO SAMPLES. We arc offering for sale some fine sample Pianos with the latest improved RODESCH 88-note Player in them. These instruments are fully guaranteed in every particular and are of the best known old established makes Double tracker on each useing both 88 and 65-note rolls, transposing device and the best spring m >t" in • ence. Those interesteii are invited to call and see what we have. New and used Pianos without Player. Decker Bros. $250: A, Reed &. Sons’ $235; A. Reed & Sons' $175—and others at equally good bargains. Opeu evenings till Christmas at the Opera House Rooms, II4 Galena Avenue. Rodesch Piano ca Player Co

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