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Perry Advertiser, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1898, Perry, Iowa HE PERRY ADVERTISER VOL XIV PERRY IOWA Attention Tax Should Dallas County Have a New SHOULD YOU GET A NEW A CLOAK FOR YOUR AN OIL CLOTH AND ZINC FOR UNDER THE It don't take many of these to fit you out at our store You can't run into debt when you buy of us as we Sell for Cash We carry a full stock of eral merchandise Groceries Dry Goods Notions Furniture and needed by humankind OUR FOUR LARGE STORES are from morn till night by bargain people who know a good when they see it The Tbat Sells PERRY For Judge H 13 HOLSMAN of Guthne For Congress CHAS O County Ticket A Crane br 11 br of tho U A land kr County Attorney L V pel is last woid vote is cast which uill de important issues foi the people of void is Get the Ike oat I The only of defeat for the who in this for the the against bills and war frauds and ail the cor- that io likely to follow on the els of a wai with such men as Mark anna and Secretary at the of affairs the nation a victory jl put an end to all these dangers it will pull the taxes down mills which are now levied to s good old mark of two mills mad the democracy under Horace Boies the county it will insure an open of the books and letting of public k by bids instead of to politica ts at any price vote and snow the of plutocracy under v Frk fese PIN THEH DOWN Republican speakers are very these days in declarations that r party is not pledged to the of the McCleary But you If t at s contemplated it ls to say that a has been given to the who surround the men hke Quay and wus and that the bonds issued Philippines safely ere this in the vaults of these unselfish gentlemen 1 hey could be ago at twenty cents on the dollar But the United States takes the the debt acd The bonds leap to pai in 1 dav That scheme beats stock jobbing m sugai K eye on i The official sample of the ballots to be Tuesda- as a supplement to this issue ot I u Look it over so that j on be it u hen you into j our booth Five tickets this yeai Uic people's and socialist laboi in the ordet named national or ti--k- not appear The -1 copies ticket it is needless to say is the middle led DJ of The re- support the ticket headed by Claude R Porter the second name being that of E H Gillette On the bottom of the ballot two propositions to be on The is the proposed amendment to the constitution regarding tive districts and the other is the court house tax proposition Cast your vote for or against these tions Don't overlook them THE ISSUE It is not too much to say that the McCleary become the great issue in this campaign Beside it everything else is dwarfed into It is not important alone because the congress now to be ed may be called on to consider it That is one it is not the only nor the principal one It is not enough to elect a which will oppose tins The danger is that the be enacted into law by the present congress at its next which opens in December In spite of all the that certain republicans are making the fact re mains that the so-called Sound Money League has implicit confidence in the promises of congressmen now seats in the national house to pass the H H the head of the movement for confidently claims that the 150 re- publican members of congress pledged to the 01 one similar to it and that many who are in of it and will vote for us passage There is only one that certainly prevent this outrageous measure being enacted i to law that is a decisive a sweeping majo'i'j against the republican can the leaders of that party to senses and teach that they cannot trifle with the people The next must be r ic 01 this the most ever m this will be passed Make the swift and sweeping Wai has passed Peace reigns Stilled land and sea is the clarg of arms From San Juan to Manila fearless and triumphant floats the Star Spangled Banner America be glad and rejoice foi the Lord hath done gieat things America with Royal the food pure wholesome end delicious POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAL POWDER CO NEW YOKK 1 Rock Island Officials The officials the Rock ind passed this line of up luie i'iu Dei Monies to Ruthven mining the evening The did not stop here There wete a baggage car iu and among fiose on nere R Cable of the executes committee W G H first VILC evident aju K A president I assistant Johnson freight Hitt j hu igent George F of motive equipment A R of and W We have tlie exclusive agency H C Staley Co Goods We have these goods years and have no nor three power to issue pa pot tbe Does i 1 Retire of greenbacks 2 Stop coinage of silver dollars 3 Make ox redeemable in gold 4 contracts able iu gold 5 Turn over to banks all currency 6 Secure back by assets 7 Leave depositors protection 8 Enable banks to contract or expand rency at will 9 Create a bank monopoly 10 Leave honest banks at the of est ones 11 Make legitimate banking hazardous 12 Increase the value of ovTr debt obligations tional and private many hundred million dollars 13 Open an avenue for banking 14 Provide a twelve-year board to provide rency Make money the master everything the servant Our Customers Speak in the highest terms J of their splendid qualities i i Our oOc Wool is a and cannot b- matched at that Oct we will gne a Tumbler each cash purchase of merchandise from to New Ties in the Lale VOTE AGAINST IT On the ballot to be voted nest Tuesday is printed a proposed ment to the constitution of the state of Iowa the effect of which if ed will be to increase the number of members of the state legislature from one hundred to one hundred and j bishop Ireland's oration at The peace teen It gives to each one in Chicago representative no matter how small they are very careful i say that the republican congress will not support the ire While Chairman Sound Money claims rise it is barely possible that uo mauer congressmen are not specifically j its population may be just the same rf to every line and as the more populous But the unanswerable fact only those of the largest that they signed a petition to can have more than one to report a tive The thing is manifestly unfair money and and is in violation of the idea of rep i ideas to which the party is libly committed and this ineas whole heart and soul celebrate thy jubilee of peace thy jubilee of victory Welcome to America sweet beloved Welcome to America honored glorious Peace thou art heaven's gift to When the vior of humanity was born in hem the skies rang forth Glory to K McFarlin superintendent of tenance and construction To a reporter for The Leader who met him Mr Allen said the trip was wholly one of inspection such a one as had not been made by the entire ciary of the Rock Island for more than W H CO The Correct Hat in em e ses rang ort Glory to an or more tan God in tbe highest and on earth peace a yean Mn who though he has to men of good to age of 64 years is a bishop Ireland's oration at the neace I ol robust and fine I The Convention robust physique and fine pres ence had never been over the Fort Dodge division cf the road and the present opportunity to do government which to give each man an voice in The officials were not disposed to discuss the subject of the erection of a j depot in this city but were rather The teachers convention in the I inclined to consider the present one high school last Saturday after- equal to the necessities of the traffic fall T One of the fall The literary and musical 1 j One of the ures as well were most I mated tnat in four five years The papers which were read were ex- j or four of the lines entering DCS r i rta voice that plan would land If that not create grve one man in some counties of the on the part of these con- state more influence than ten men in the it does some other counties As the sparsely wli Jo so populated counties happen at this that they won't time to be republican while the J has over and ones are mostly democratic the rt 1 republicans an tins but he has j unjust increase in representation hC a Provision that might 01 the convention that an tit is opposed to the some fame return to plague thean as tra should be interest I mere say I ut bun on the admission af western states has I of the public schools in at- i to draw at- Fiu him down to it j done I tending the next that Mr TRUE Seek and re shall find It is both duty and the privilege of all to seek on- ly that which is good should en- deavor to Call on joa will find it I have Fail Styles and some is at hand now and there be no War Prices I shall sell goods at a price to ssf v poor all Classes I am bu v of best firms in the market her I will make Suits of the best lish Clay for and some for I can with any for tbe cash Yes below is the tune The Man who Stands by the Truth e ex- and the discussion J might join in the erection of a lowed each met with ready response I union depot structure which would be and was quite general bringing out I second to none west of the Mississippi d much credit 5s due him for this convention It was tnc of the convection that an bat the hint should apt wd accepted as indicating a possible coali tion between the Rock Island Northwestern and Keokuk Western merely replied Yoa ale at A JOB IN PROSPECT 1 that that ministration has proposed to from Spain pay lab able and vote be cast against it I overlook it ou your ballot every Don't SCHOOLS in at- I w own tending the next session that j Mr Allen stated that and natron more not aware of any intention on the part of tiie company to Salve i wilft THE BEST jn the for nts Braises 9 come j Sores Satol 3 Fever Sores Tetter 8 I A tf Cores aad I io debt of those elands created I Eruptions aad cures aw at I fr It 5s no perfect satisfaction or For a the plant at Valley Junction by the erection of car but remarked with significant emphasis that In the the shops at Not Two of a Kind The Perry Y M C A loot ball team has engaged in two games within tbe past week and though both were well played had decidedly different endings The first was played last Saturday with the Madrid which was made up in large part of the best Boone's eleven combined with tlie strongest men from Madrid The est was hot from start to finish and Madrid was to make it was only prevented rom so by the most energetic playing-on the part of the home team The score was 17 in favor of Perry In the first Guy Crane Perry's crack halt back got his collar bone broken arid 5s re- tired from not for game alone but for Use season His Joss a severe one to tie team and doubtless had to walh the result of the second This other occurred Tuesday lie which enabled them to work tricks and make end runs Their ence perfect and their constant practice enables them to pnt team work There a good crowd ont and the contest was most ont FER sons in this state to manage onr in It main It office work conducted at a year and boa no Monthly stamped Herbert E Hess Prest Dent SI Chicago perhaps be only las the visiting Ii was expected that be all the locals could care of this expectation grew snto a after last ia beat the ciack University 39 one of tho elevens In was 23 to 0 in favor game was so as score all her strength was against Perry's insisted in the 3 1 WANTED ibc Stoiy of
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