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.JL Enoouraging Wordo for Other*. BV THE TELEGRAPH PHIffTWO COHPANY WEDNESDAY EVE., NOV. 9. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. rortk«r*«rUM w« iibin etuwtto fo!]o»- le« rtuw for trwwl»ni nottcf* la *»r local ool- •"•• ' rw. un. 8tarf< tawrtftn ............ Tkre* to an uwertioci 81itoMr«tT«lii»«ruon« ................ I o»«tt. TmurttnrT.— (Ooenup«r locb BratlaMrtloa, >4 » owu p - gratitude for the benefit ved from Dr, Miles' Nerv- ine prompts me to write, that others may learn of the effieacv of this grand medicine. I suffered extreme nervous exhaustion, which rendered me unable. to work. My nerves seemed to be 'on edge* and I had much lassitude. I began taking Dr. Miles' Nervine and steadily improved and now am enjoying good health. Mr». Rev. F. M. L»c», Fortvill*. Ind. 9t DR. MILES' Nervine is »old by all druggists on guarantee, first txjttie )>«r>eli!; or money back. Book on he-art and nerves sent free. Dr. Mile* Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind . owu p«r Inch for ««ch "|* Winch «r»t noath.n.K •oath tfctrMfter. U4AL ADTXKTIf »• UK* »*«» tlMTlBdifortkAflntlBwrUtn, u per fee* for •*<* nb**«ii«at lUMrttan. Bookseller. 43 Van Buren St., Chicago, III. N«w Books. Editions De Luxe. Standard Sets. Scarce. EB{ll«b Publlcalloni. Antique. Tbe Liberal daisies. Cnrloux. Hlitory. Scleace. Philosophy. Belief Utter*. Rellfloiii. Poetry. Fiction. Drama. Tbe Arts, Liberal Works. Tbe Hunt Library Edition: Well print«d on good p«p»r; h»Dd- •omoly bound In cloth; 12 mo; Kill top. By null, each — 4« Origin of Species. (Durwloj. Descent of .Man, (liirwln). Data of Ethic*, (Hponcor). Otlter World* th«n o rs, (Prootor), Wn'ora! Ijiw In the Spiritual World, (Drummoad), Konn The, Or Alkoran of Mahomet. "The Bible of the E»8t." .410 Life of Jetut, < Renan.) With many ralutble Illustrations. tnO Pfgf*, crowns ro, cloth,' gilt top. By mail,.. 7gc Lincoln, His Life and Times: Together with ita State paper*, Inolud Ing hJi gpoochw. addronacu, messages, letter and pror:lamaUor,. Hy Henry J. Raymond, it volume!; clo'.h;8vo. Inaboz. By mail $1.40 Francis WIIHanl. Life of : A. memorial volume. ByAnnaA. Gor- don,tor 21 yearn her private Boorotary; 8 vo; cloth, By mad Ji.oo SHEET MUSIC. Popular MHlo, per copy, by mall 7C All the latest Songs anil Muelc, by mall .. 7jic Catalogue on Application. BIG REPUBLICAN VICTORY. Many Legislatures Carried, Securing the Flection of Senators. Macoupin county yesterday elected a Republican Sheriff and Superintendent of Schools. Iowa will probably Rive about 50,000 majority for the Republican ticket. Rodeuburg, Republican, ia elected to Congress from the Ka?t St Louis district. Indiana will give 10,000 Republican majority, and a Republican Legislature, which will elect a Republican successor to Senator Tnrple, Democrat. Obio has given a fine majority— nearly or quite 50,000 for tbe Republicans. Massachusetts baa gone solidly Republican. Michigan re-elects Governor Pin" gree by nearly 1100,000 majority. Tbe majority for tbe rest of the Republican ticket will not bo nearly so large. New York State elects Roosevelt by 20,000 to 30,000 and a Republican Legislature. Wisconsin is in lino, with a majority of not less than 20,000. New Jersey elected Republican State otiicera by ln.OOD majority and Legislature rne smioRiu DISTRICT. ProbaMe EfectlM ef C«(. BrMMt « Seaattr. A QUECR ELECTION. "Scratching" Ballon a Big Industry. •r, Amoa Fletcher, Caroline Fletcher, Kate E. I nnnntv nrArn |, an f ,,, Fletcher, William F. Fletcher, Mary H. Fletoh- I OOUntywere Kept U! er, M&ggle Blg«a, Mamie Ballou and Charloul counting up the split 8!?"?>* (aon of rfamuol Bartlett doooaiied.) In «.„,...* , r . „.., MASTER'S SALE. SUM of IlllaoU, City of /.Hem, B8. City Court of Alton, 8opt«mbor torm, A, Manuel H. BoaU TB. Michael 8. Bartlett, Charles Bartlett, Ada Arnlaln, Tnomar. Fletoh •r, Amos Fletcher, Caroline Fletohi Fletcher, «, ' Chancery. " Mil to^forocioso morrKageT Public notion la hereby Klvon, that, In nurnu- anoeof adecree madeandontored by aam court In the above entitled cause on tlm 21tli day of October, V. D., 11*8, i, I^evl D. Yager, maater ID chancery of eald City Court of Alton, will on WEDNESDAY, THE SIXTEENTH DAY OP NOVEMI1EM, A. D., 1808, at the hour of 10 o'clock In the forenoon, nt the north front door of the City Hull bulldlng.ln tbe city of Alton,.oounly of Madison and Bute of Illinois, sell at public auction, to thnbtgheet and beat bidder, for mfcb, all and M/muUr, tho following described premises and real o»into In »alddecree mentioned, situated in tho ultyof Alton county of Madison and State, of ttllnola, or to muoh thereof aa shall bu nufllolont to »at- lafy aald decree, to-wlt: tota numbered nevoii (7) and eight (fl), In block number flfty-sl* (50), In Godfrey and Oil- man'a addition, to Alton: ultuatod In mild olty Ot Alton, county of Madlnon and State of 1111- nola. Upon compliance with all tlm terms of aalo and upon tbe approval of iiuoh aal« by tho court, • oerilflcate of purchase will be given tho purchaser entitling him to a deed from tho Mauler In Chanoery ofuald court at fifteen months, provided r made prior to that time. Dated, Oot. 24th, A. D., IH'Ji. .. . LBVI D. YAOliR. Maater In Chancery of the City Court of Alton. lulnolfl. l*VI DAVIS, Corap'ts Solicitor. : the expiration of redemption ho not MONTHLY SUFFERING. ^Thousand* ol women are troubled at monthly inter- Tals with palas in the bead, back, tireaats, shoulders,sldes hips and limbs. But they need not snfier. _______ The»e pains are symptoms of dangerous derangements that can be corrected. The menstrual (unction should operate psinlcMly. The election yesterday was remarkable for the free voting and no party lias ncnld hold tue friends of the popular candidates to vote tbe straight ticket. The number of straight tickets waa small and all the judges and clerks of election In the until a late hour tickets. Jacob Kahn was tbe popular favorite among Democrats and Republicans alike, and Ool. Bronbolt was a close second running far ahead of bis ticket. Henry Cramer of tbe Democratic party made big inroads on tbe vole of John Tetberlngton for County Treasurer, but UIB heavy gains In Alton township were more than offdot by the votes of Tetberlngton'a frlendu In tbe east end of the county, His vote wan a very complimentary one In that be offset a Republican vote of over 203 and received 003 majority. Mr. BronboU'w majority lu Alton township was 268 votoH. ThoB, Doollng waa slaughtered In the city by the friends of Mark Heneon, and where his frlenda from Alton on tbe ticket received large majorities, Mr. Doollng was fearfully out down. Oo'. Brenuolt'd majority was 81 votes larger than (hut of Sen ator Sparks of two years ago. UPPERALtON. Madison county bas given Ool. Brenholt 914 majority over Thomas Kinder for State Senator. It i* not thought tbat Jersey county will (five more than 600 Democratic majority, and tbe Democrats in Jersey estimate tbat Calbonn will not give more than 360 Democratic majority. These two counties, at tbe above Bgnres, will give 900 Democratic majority. This would leave Ool. Brenholt 71 majority in tbe district. It Is probable tbat tbe two counties may give lass than 900. LATKB.—The Democrats in Jersey and Cftlboun concede Brenbolt's election by 216 majority. Joe Page of tbe Jarseyvllle Democrat, received a telegram from (Calbonn county that the Democratic majority in that county will not exceed 300, and is likely to be less. 4:30 p. m.— Latent reports show Brenholt elected by 216 majority. Jersey gives Kinder 633, Calboun 226. V. M. C. A. Star Coune. The first entertainment of the Y M. 0. A. Star Course of thin season was given last evening In Temple theater and notwithstanding the counter attractions incident to an Interesting election there was a large attendance. The attraction was the Temple Quartette Concert Co. of Boston with Miss Elvie Burnett as reader. Tbe audience waa (very appreciative and expressed its pleasure at tbe excellent numbers on the program with frequent applauee. Every number was encored and several numbers the participants were recalled tbree or four times. Miss Burnett was an especial favorite. The manic struck a popular chord and tbe entire program was thoroughly enjoyed. The next attraction will be the Redpath [Grand Concert Co. November 30. THE HOW OF IT. A Tabulated List of the Vote in Alton Township. (-AND1DATXP. flute Treasurer, Whlttemore Dnnlap Bopt. Pabllc Inat'n. trt ) 2nd ' 3rd 4th ( 6th i 6tn 7th , 8th 9th Total. Maj 159 177 156 178 Trustees of University.; Nightlngsle ! 168 Slier i 176 Hatch j 152 Morrison I 170 Abbott i 160 Smith | 174 Rep. Congress istb dls.i i Johnttoo i 166 Jett : 189 Senator. Brenholt | 165 Kinder j 178 I Representatives ' Oadwallader | 152 Shephard 174 MoKlttrlck i 152 Todd ; 172 Jadge. • Early \ 173 Glaw i 169 87 183 83 124 84 129 82 127 8* 137 82 140 118 119 133>i 198K 106 138 166 138 I 161 188 167 136 161 134 171 145 198 122 148 106 147 104 146 104 147 101 140 101 I 149 110 150 106 195 17J 191 165 188 166 188 165 184 162 182 142 207 171 154 146 154 142 156 142 156 142 156 140 169 167 141 225 282 262 244>*| 222 I 270 Clerk. Riniker. Lanham. 150 176 Sheriff. Kahn I 210 Hotz. Treasurer. Tetherington Cramer Snpt. Schools. Henson DoolloR 148 183 210 153 197 98 128 98 128 130 105 69 155 83 141 210 186 141 168 142 223 .105 128 187 168 157 i 163 i 105 147 109 179 82 128 183 128 25014 204 169 190 184 266 130 155 172 190 157 179J 136 167 137 158 205 115 94 222 130 161 113 123 111 116 111 111 111 114 111 119 101 134 126 109 172 169,4 160 186 116 112 109 116 154 88 9" 13B 108 124 178 1*5 173 162 176 148 172 150 173 144 172 175 179 159 228H 233 178 156 169 163 224 111 132 221 161 178 109 80 110 74 106 76 105 72 104 76 103 85 119 74 163 120 156 115 75 108 76 146 67 90 98 104 88 1300 12S7 1281 1206 1271 1202 1266 1191 1256 1192 1265 1239 1429 1177 1813 1696 1739 1680,'i 1359 1212 1285 1230 1737 951 1026 1534 11215 !l332 76 69 65 24 252 132 16 74. 147 55 786 508 117 Quit coughing ia easy enough, if you take Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. It cuts the mucus and allays tbe inflammation so that there is no inclination to cough. It soothes the bronohlala, and ia strengthening to tbe throat and lungs. All good druggists sell it. A Queer (?) M calcine. There ia a medicine whose proprietors do not claim to have discovered some bltberto unknown Ingredient, or that it is a core-all. This honest medicine only claims to cure certain diseases, and tbat its ingredients are recognized by the most skilled physicians as being the best for Kidney and Bladder diseases. It is Foley's Kidney Care. Sold by E. Marsh and 8. H. Wyss. What <!o the Cblldrea Drink? Don't Rive them tea or ooffey. Have yon tried tbe nf w food drink called ORAIN-O? It is delicious and nourishing and takes tbe slaoe of coffee. Tbe more Grain O you give tbe children tbe more health you distribute through I heir systems. Drain-O is made of pare grains, and when properly prepared tastes like tbe choice grades of coffee but costs about one- naif aa much. All grocers sell it. 16o and 26c t fe; wsl makes menstruation painless, and regular. It puts the dell* eate menstrual organs In condition to do tbeir work properly. And that stops all this pain. Why will any woman suffer uontn after mouth when Wine olCardulwiU relieve her/ It cost* |f .00 at the drug store. Why don't you get a For sdf Ice, in CUM bottle f Ice, in CUM requlrlug directions, addresj, gl v symptoms, ,._„ , J - Department," The — *JKed|0J»e C«., Mrs. W. 0. Relnooko and daughter are the gueets of Mrs. U. W. Stroud. Miss Bessie Klrkpatrlck is home after a short visit In Jerseyville, Mr. Boston W, Smith, Superlnten dent of the chapel car work in the northwest, will deliver an address in College Chapel Saturday evening. W. L. Sheldon, Professor of the Etblual Culture Class of St. Louis, will lecture before the Shurtleff students Friday morning on tbe tmbject, "Heroism and Character." Tbe ladles of tbe M. E. church served dinner to tbe voters yesterday nt the old Weludall meat market, atid cleared quite a tidy sum. Several new students have entered Shurtleff In tbe last few days, and tbe enrollment has now reacbed the 200 mark. This Is a decided Increase over the attendance during the llrit term last year. Mr. Geo. (Jurtwrlght la reported dangerously ill today. Tbe Sburtleff foot ball team has made such a reputitlon for invincible strength and prowess that neighboring teams are refusing to play them. Even the Missouri TU ers are trjlng to avoid a game with Shurtleff. After bburtleJTs great victory over Christian Brothers in St. Louis Saturday, tbe Tiger* began to tblnk they were not so sure of winning next Monday's game, and forthwith began to show be white feather. They have noli- led Bburlleff tbat they will come to Alton and play a game for a consideration of |160. This is Interpreted by be home team aa a litt backdown, M t U an almost universal custom for the home team to pay the traveling expenses of the visiting team, with sometimes a division of tbe gate pro- Qeedi, Tbey are afraid of Bhnrtleff and have taken tbli way of get ting ont of tii« «ame. Troop* tti I,l>nv* ('Mini* >ZcB<l«. Pump Meade. Mlddletown. Pa., Nov. i).—General Young ruturnCMl from Waiih- Ington yetilerduy and Immediately began preparation* fur the movement of the troiipn south. The movement Mouth will l>eKln Thui-Hday when the Thlry- flfth Michigan and Third Connecticut will start for AiiRUUtti, (!n. They will be followed hy one regiment on Krlday and one on H&turday. Uai><ir»l Manager uf Hie II. mid o. St. I'aul. Nov. ».—The fllobe gays: F. D. Underwood, general manager of thu "Hoo" line. IH hellcved to have accepted the apiHilntment of general manager of the Halllinore and Ohio, a position which It In HUlil Jaine* J. Kill bun offered to him. I'upulur Tcuur Demi. Herlln, Nov. 8.—Max Alvary. the pop. ulur CJerman operatic tenor, who sang during many BeBHoim In the fnltert Stuten, Is dead. TWO STORES. During the past years we have been so crowded in our store on Third street tbat we have been compelled to spread out. For the acoommoda. tion of our patrons and to show our large stock of goods we have opened A New Store At 317 Belle st. All our Toys and Fancy Goods wll be found there and our China, Glass Granite and Tinware, Lamps and House Furnishing Goods will be found at our Third street store. Our ambition is to have the pret tiest and completes! store in South ern Illinois and we think we now have it. Come and see us in our ol< and our new home. IIOPPE. M 81 n THE XKW8 IS HKIEP. ' No Gripe WlM'ii you uike lluod's I'illi. The bin, <.t l-fiuli- toned, NiigaMMiHtiHl |illln, ulilelt teur ynu nil to plei'ei. are not In It with llonilii. l';t«y luiiikn Hood's mid ciuy in o|KTUte, IH Irue ^^ ol II I'-. I'IH.1, Hhlfh.ure f%* j j up In dale In ovury reiperl. f 11 ••£ Bale, I'crtuln und mire. All • • • • %F dnmglKli. Me. C. I. Hood & Co., I^owell, Main. The only l'lll» to take with Bood'i Dwaaparllla. HOTEL MADISO*\ < I. /MV/fiti, Proprietor, H»ti>ti4 lod KMIVD iti. Alt«t, ID S. F. CONNOR Real estate, Collcctlai Aftal. HIM. Hutldla« and Uan Uaaoolatlon Dr. Christopher C. Sharp, a physician well known In Cincinnati, Lexington (Ky.) and IndlanitpollH, where he had lived, died of pncurn'mlti at New York, aged 77 yearn. Knille liourlier, «l,li>ly known thruug- out the irnltPd Stiites in theatrical and sporllUB clrrles, ilied suilduily at i,ouis- vlllc, Ky., nt paruIyalH of the heart. Ex-Ooveir.nr Jloswel Farnham of Vermont WUH «,'verely Injured hy falling from a rHihvnv station pliitform at Bradford. Mrs. Margaret Millriilc IH reported mlKBlns from her home at Chicago. She disappeared Wednesday and her rela- tlvy have heard nothing of her since. She was 70 years oM. Owen Siot! and wife of Bloomlngton, III*., celebrated I lie Hllver anniversary of their wedding. The Fifth Ohio volunteer regiment has been mustered out and paid off In Cleveland. Holh branches of the Vermont legislature have paused a Joint resolution approving President MoKlnley's de- mundu for the retention of the Philippines. Uy the will of H. M. Haul), who died at liurliiiKtiju.. hi., the Michael Heesc hospital at Chicago Is to rerc-lve 11,000 of his estate. »ioo Reward Sioo. Thereadem of this paper will be pleased to learn t&at there is at leas one dreaded disease tbat science bas been able to cure In all ite stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure known to th medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's OaUrrb Cure Is taken internally, acting directly upon tbe blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thjreby destroying the foundation of tbe disease, and giving tbe patient strength by building up tbe constitution and assisting nature In doing its work. Hie proprietors have •o much faith in It* curative powers that they offer 1100 reward for any oase that it fails to cure. Bend for list of testimonials. Address F. J. Cheney & Co., Tolodo, O. Bold by druggiste, BETHAITO. Mieo Jessie Under is visiting her parents. Mrs. Jno. O.tken ia entertaining her slater Mrs. J. Forayth of Qilleepie. Miaa May Floyd of Gillespip, la a gnaatof her aunt Mrs. Joaie Pembroke.. Whooping congh ia threatening to clc se Miss Jennie Starkey'a school. Mike Nonaber ia rejoicing over a bouncing baby girl. Prof. B. M. Bishop, County Snpt. of Schools, and wife, were recent visitors. C. H. Flick has returned from De Soto, Mo. Miaa Lillie Dnffey boa returned from Bunker Hill after a protracted visit. Geo. Oetken is able to be around on- er at chea. Ohas. Sueuaen had the misfortune to loae one of his horses Sunday from a etray bullet. The following teachers attended Teacher's Institute at Upper Alton last week: Prof. J. O. Dnia, Cora Young, Susie James, A. U. Uzzell and H. W. Zimmerman. 3 Married at tbe residence of the bride, Miss Ira Knight to Robert Head, of Ft. Russell, Thuraday evening, Nov. 4, at 6 p. m. Tbe bride waa attired in a grey serge and tbe groom in full dress. Miaa Maggie (fevers officiated aa bridesmaid and Mr. Linley Knight aa best man. Tbe houae was elegantly decorated with ferns and chrysanthemums. After the ceremony conducted by Rev Turner, an elegant supper was spread. Many handsome presents were received. The affair was quiet, none but tbe im- mediaterelativea being present. Their many frionds wish them happiness ia their new stage of life. On Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock there will be a citizena mass meeting 4t Klein's Hall tor tbe purpose of effecting a canning lactory, an enterprise fhat everybody IB thla vicinity ahonld be interested it. Everybody should attend. Gentlemen from Alton have been here viewing a proposed route for an electric railway. While tbe passenger traffic may not be much of an item, bat we nave one of tbe beat coal nelds ttoe State affords, and a good mine oouM be pat in operation and coal could be freighted to Alton and make it a suooesn. LISTEN TO NATURE. Backaches, Headaches and Nervousness are Messages for Yon. To most people a biokaohe seams a verjr simple thing, to be got rid of by "working It off." Sometimes the pain does "work oft' 1 —sometimes It does not. Whether It does or not thoughtful people should oome to understand that a backache la a warning that la not to be neglected wlthont danger of contrao Ing a disease that will limit life to a few months, or may beyoaraofs ffering. Kidney troubles have been better understood of late years, and kidney troubles In relation to rheumatism and neuralgia Is only beginning to be fully coirprehend'd. The kidneys are filters through which the blood passes, and If they get out of order, the blood remama impure and every part or the body suffers. First the nerves tell the tale. A backache gives warning. Time bas fully proven that thousmds who otherwise would surely have died, have been restored to health by Morrow's Kld-ne-olds. The manner In which this medicines acts Is Illustrated by the case of Mrs. Peter Hallrung. 702 Race St., Alton, 111., who says: "I was troubled with rheu- matlsm for some time; my suffering was terrible, at times It was almost impossible for me to bear It. I bad a severe pain in my back; at times the pnln in my back waa so severe that I could hardly get up or down. I could not sl'ep at night or rest any time. I was told of Morrow's Kld-ne-olds and what benefit they had been to others who had suffered as I did, but I could scarcely believe It because I had tried ererythlng under tbe sun that was recommended to mo to core kidney trouble > ad rheumatism, and they did me no good. But I thought I would try Kld-ne-olds and I got a box at S. H. Wyss' drug store. I was greatly surprised when In a day or two the pain began to leave me aslf by magio, and after a time I felt perfectly well and have continued to feel so ever since." Rld-ne-olda are Yellow Tablets (not pll a)and cure kidney ailments, nervonaress, eto. Liver- lax are small red pellets and cure constipation. Kld-ne-olds SO cts; Uverlax 23 eta at druggist* or mailed by John Morrow & Co., Chemists, Sprlngfteld; O. The words of praise bestowed upon oodjs^ Sarsaparilla by those who ... i-. .. merit of the have taken it prove medicine. Try Grafa-OI TryOraMM Ask your grocer to show yon a package of GRA1N-O, the new food drink that take* the place of coffee. Tbe children may drink It without injury as well as tbe adult. All who try it like It. GRAIN-O baa that rich seal brown of Mooba or Java, but It Is make from pure grains, and tbe most delicate stomach receives it without distress. One-half the prioe of coffee. I6o and Wo per package. Bold by all droggUta.|' T Dr. A. 0. Bare, dentist, 113 W. 3d st A Case of Kidney Dweaie Given Up by Four Doctors. Beaver Hun, O.—My daughter, after being treated by (our doctors and given up for loat, a neighbor recommended Foley'a Kidney Cure. Today ahe ii able to walk several miles without)fatlgne. I feel.we would bare out her H it was not (or yonr medl- ine. BeapecttalJy, MM. J. M. Bailey. Bold by B. Marah and 8. H. Wyss. How to Curo Bilious Colic. I suffered (or week* with colic and pains in my stomach caused by biliousness and had to take medicine all tbe while until I used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which cored me. I have ainoe recommended it to ajjood many people.—Mrs. F. Butler, Falrbaven, Conn. Persons who are subject to bilious colic can ward of the attack by taking this remedy as soon as the first symptoms appear. Bold by B. Marab and 8. H. wyss. . Or. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey acts aa a balm to tbe lungs, cutting the mucus, allaying tbe inflammation, healing and strengthening. It will care a congh or a cold m one nigbt and exhilarates the lungs against tbe inception of disease. 26o at good drug toree. No cores no pay. Mr. N. N. Oabnrn, well known at Woodstock, Mich., was troubled with a lame back. He waa persuaded to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It gave him relief in one night. This remedy ia aleo famous for ita cures of rheumatism. For sale by E. Marsh and 8. H. Wyss. Fat Forming Oxygen. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tur-Boney cures coughs and colds and soothes tbe air passages. It heala tbe bronchial tubes and strengthens the weak lungs. It builds np tbe tissues and enables the blood to receive ita proper supply of oxygen. M. MAHONEY, INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATfc POR CALB. Two-itorj loubl* brlok dwtUlos 10 room pnof: si. l-room frame dwelling on Fountain it. •o- KID GLOVES. Why we Sell so Many! Why we Should Sell Morel BECAUSE: They are as good as any Gloves In the world. BECAUSE: They are better thun most Gloves In the world. ESTELLE—2 clasp with "Cluze Patent Thumb." the best glove in the land for $i a pair. GOLD MEDAL—2 clasp with 'Cluze Patent Thumb," at $1.2$ a pair. Misses Glove, same quality, at $i. ST. DENIS—Genuine Ph.Cowvolsier French Kid Glove, 2 clasp, with "Cluze Patent Thumb" at j&i.fo a pair. SNEDE—Courvoisier Chambod Snede.very swell, with "Cluze Patent Thumb," at 51 7; a pair. Come and see these O loves, it will do you good. We Consider it a Pleasure to Show Goods. One Dollar Coupon. -o- $i oo-One Dollar-$Loo This Coupon will be received as part pay on any cash purchase of TEN DOLLARS or over for one week ending Saturday, Nov. 12th, on Clothing, Men's Furn"- ishing Goods, Hats, " Caps, Gloves and sh H. A. WUTZLER, 632 East Second St. $i.oo-One Dollar-$i.oo U-room brlok dwelling on Belle it. (-room frame dwelling on State it dwelling . wtta (lot* U i)n»-itorj l-raom ibwe dwelling, l-room frame i)n» ' r Altot rame dwelling on Blag dwanUTUleCroHlng. lok dwelling, oor ith ai Tbe three-year-old boy of J. A. Johnson, of Lynn Center, III., Is subject to attacks of croup. Mr. Johnson •ays be is satisfied tbat tbe timely use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, daring a severe attack, caved bis little boy's life, He Is in tbe drug business, a member of tbe flrm of Johnson Bros, of that place; and they handle a great many patent medicines for throat and long diseases. He had all these to chose from, and skilled physicians ready to respond to bis call, bat selected this remedy (or use in bis own family at a (into when bis child's life was in danger, because be knew it to be superior to soy other, and famous tbe country over (or ita cores of croup. Mr. Johnson says this Is the >est selling cough medicine they nan* die. and tbat it gives splendid satisfaction In all cases. Sold by H. Marsh andS. H. Wyss. iion watt line of Main itreet. Big money Two-itory I-room (rune dw< H-aore tract near BdwanUrl On* itorj (-room brlok dwelling, oor <lh and vine iti. 40-aorefarm, lmll«»«oaUiwe«l of Brighton. Two-atory brlok. lore, Mo. ill Bell* it? 8lxtT-aore (arm, good brlok dwelling and frame barn, Jertay oountr. Two-itorjr brlok itore, No. ill Bella it. Two-ator» (-room trame, ilate roof dwelling, lota and Ift aorei o( land Bonanza for pur' Qne-itprr t-room frame dwelling, oor. Alb) and Twelfth ate. Two one lota on State itreei.mortn of BlnC n twelotaon 017 atreet. Two-itory (-room frame dwelling, Urge bin and all aorei of land, 1 forth AltonT 10-aora (arm tare* mllef north of Upper Altot t lot* on Baaton atreet, tOxllO each J-room frame dwelling, Highland/Park, l-itorr brlok building t, w. oor. Kth and Plan 10(01 and boarding koaie. 9 *~ rtw ,*«*.»;fV»IM«.y t.r •»!. p« i. H «v IVlinit The Shortest Time last Whsa You TSM Cold nothing eom*i In (o ntttal as a bottle of Dr. Ball's PlB«-Tsjf*Boney. Good or children, food tor ••rerybody. A •smedyyon 0*0 *!*»*• r«iy upon to our* » ooaf b. w lUtuk of croup or otherbroaobMtroobr*. 88c at SB. Chicago to Los Angeles year was 19 hoars. This year It will bo 60 boon by tbe Oal- „ Iforaia Limited, Santa Fe ? Route. Barber shop and la- '' dies' observation oar bare been added. Close connection made at Kansas Olty by all linos leaving St. Louis Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. J. W. TflDFORD, Qw. Agt. 108 North 4(h it, Bt.LotMi, Mo. GOING OUT SHOE BUSINESS Now is the Time to get Your Money's Worth. Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! We Sell 'Em. Shoes for the short, Shoes for the Tall, Shoes for the big feet, Shoes for the small, Shoes for the banker, Shoes for the Clerk, Shoes for the men who do hard work, Shoes for the broker, Shoes for the broke, Shoes for the prohibitionist, Shoes for the soak, Shoes tor the young, Shoes for the old. The last but not least, our shoes are worth thefr weight in gold. t Entire stock of Ladies', Gent's, Misses' and Children s fine and medium grade shoes at a s xrifice.Tuesday and Wednesday. PFEIFFER & BAILEY, STAR SHOE STORE Harry Zimmerman, Manager. Howell's Carpet House has some fine new patterns fn Carpets, just the latest things out, and the prettiest to be .had. Rugs of all kinds, Linoleums, Oil-Cloths and all kinds of seasonable household goods we can show. Orders for Carpets should be sent in at once to insure prompt delivery. A. J. HOWELL, 117 West Third Street. I'W.BUWBSS, ^aSft,* vJS^'tek^r^^.i.a ^ 3irpi£^Wc.«..r^^ w Telephone 69. Free Delivery to Pirt of the (City 0 «ny ,y, 1 o>">b'ijA'\J

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