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Terril Tribune (Newspaper) - January 25, 1901, Terril, Iowa TERRIL THE HOMELIKE STORE DONT FORGET THE PLACE To go for the best Groceries and Clothing It doesnt pay to buy cheap goods but you caut go anywhere and buy better goods cheap er When we tell you our Groceries and Cloth ing are good you know that it is a fact We cant afford to resent in order to sell leave that for mer chants who sell second hand shelfworn goods Come to us for fresh new goods IOWA FRIDAY Random Rockets Original or Otherwise ONE THOUGHT Though time may dis the Brave of creeds And dogmas wither in the sod My soul will keep the thought Its taith in Uod Ko matter how the world began Xor where march of science goes My trust in something more than man Shall help me bear lifes woes Ella Wheeler Wilcox in Womans Home Lorn ABSENTMINDEDNESS j Fee 3 Right Looks Right 1ls Right Thats what they say Trv on one of our Over coats and tell us what YOU think Weve it the price down to a fine point We are getting ready to put ma big stock of Spring Suitings They wiH be high in quality very low in price and Right in style and make To get ready for this stock we are closing out our winter furnishings at a big discount Wishing you a happy and prosperous New Year we are yours for business The Tribune IOHN BY H J HAYDON SISTER ferril first Crv sales iff either Herman or SI per hundred outside city limits Dates can lie liy at Case P store T Into Which of tlic Habit Have When lapses of memory become habitual tbe person is properly absentminded The Chicago Tribune relates the following absurdities into which some victims of this disease have fallen A bridegroom of 24 hours left his Wife strolled around to his laws house and asked her if her daughter was at home This came from force of habit He had been call ing there daily for some time and it probably occurred to him that be had not paid his usual visit A Chicago bank president is unable to account for threequarters of an hour ol his life He went into a res as usual and ordered his lunch Nearly an hour later he found himself in bis office chair and suddenly re membered the order Ho went back across the street and asked if tbe luncheon was ready The clerk informed him that he had eaten paid the and gone away some 15 minutes before that he had put his hat on as be went out ami that he die clerk bad not noticed anything peculiar in his actions The bank president congratulates himself that be can be trusted to be have like an ordinary mortal even when bo doesnt happen to have his mind with him An editor of a daily paper has laid himself open to unkind remarks In trying to take up a collection in 1 Happening to want a coin be turned to his fellow worker and for a quarter Havent got it but heres a dollar the man replied as lie tossed it over The editor put the dollar iu his pocket ami immediately to a special writer at the nest desk and said Miss could yon lend me a quar ter Then seeing Hie man from whom be had pot I lie dollar grin be added hastily Oh never mind I just 201 a dollar from Brown In analyzing his conduct he said that Browns reply that he did not have n quarter was apparently the only part of the transaction that made any impression upon him Hut e is under suspicion iu that office and will probably never be able to live it down which are now known to be transmitters of malarial fever At Cheshire England is tobe seen a very queer beehive It is in the shape of a castle on an ele phants back nud is carved iu Next to opium in power are certain kinds of notable among which is hemp which causes intoxication and The of a wife a goodwife will be much interested in the rule laid down by the late P 13 Armour as the best means by which to attain this desirable end says the Ot tumwa Courier Mr Armours rule is Find a good mother of daughters then marry one of the daughters it makes up difference which one This throws a heavy responsibility on the mothers to think Air Ar was right about it The daught er of a good mother in cases out of 100 Will make a good wife Kansas has scored another record by burning a negro at the staS n the most horrible manner for alleged assault upon one girl and the murder of another The punishment fairly riv aled similar scenes in the south The scene as depicted by the daily press was brutally fiendish All the foul fiends of hell apparently were there to dance in glee under heaven can ex tenuate the A Corning correspondent announ ces that The sheriff arrested fifteen jugs of beer which came in on the morning freight billed to different ones of our citizens They will be tried this afternoon if the sheriff tried the fifteen jays he must have been pretty boozy when ho got A lot of trash is being printed by the daily papers regarding nar row escapes while hunting in Colorado Hats That beats the stuff the dailies poke fun at the country weekly for printing Alvord the teller got a sentence of only thirteen years for stealing If he had stolen a round million he might have got no sentence at all It costs 810000000 to build the Pan American Imposition at Uncle Saints biggest guns will be seen at the PanAmerican Imposition the Midway of the imposition at Buffalo costs The greatest Hood of electric light ever peen will be a feature of the Pan American Exposition In order to reduce our stock as low as possible before inven tory and to make room for Spring Goods we will offer all Winter Goods consisting of Caps Mitts German Sox Felts Duck Coats Wool and Cotton Blankets in I D pet cent In to clean up AH Underwear at a and some ehw we give a to We are 1050 Overcoat for 2000 Storm Ulster for u 250 Duck Coat for 400 Wool Blanket for 175 Cotton Blanket for 150 Ladies Fleece Wrapper for 11 b A few Ladies Jackets at your own price Come in and look us over She dependable J One copy OIK year Ono copy six copy three copies cents cadi MX lor BTC cents Several years of successful hmi Sav er iowa Hun K Iowa 1 1amb treasurer Iowa yearly Advertising Kate Inch fourth KoOr Inches Ont Kates for shorter contracts M I VOW MRS at it door south of Kill Drown s drug store Iowa I L We practice in all State and States Courts in h rear line 41W advertisements ten cunts per line cents catli wonk Saes ours rts lie and poetry live cen or locals money is half of rates JI Blunt Vice Oracle T K WC T U meets every at 3 1in Mrs Clias Cole presi ent m vice president Mrs I O Bishop ML John Green tie City Drayman is fully prepared to do your draying mid teaming in the most satisfactory manner at reasonable rates METHODIST services at and p in ban hath school p in p m Sun day school every Sunday at 11 a in COUNTY Auditor Treasurer Clerk Recorder Superintendent of Schools Attorney J 1 chairman O 1illslmr IC Davi A Trie C Fred W lone r II A Welt L sJones r Hag AND Ilans and furnished on short notee All urk done promptly and T J STOCK BUIER Expects to buy and ship stock regn from the Terril Stock yards J make a specialty of shipping Horn Get Ban do phs prices before you sell R S PERKINS HOW ZULU WOMEN SEW They For ivn Sinews For The skill of tin Zulus of South Africa in sowing fur is a household word iu South Africa and some of the tribes compete with them The needle employed is widely from that used by the ordinary needlewomen In tbe first place it has no iu the second it is like a skewer pointed at one end and thick at the other The thread is not of cotton but is made of tbe sinews of various animals being made from the sinews in the of a It is stiff inelastic with a great tendency to kink and tangle itself up with any thin near it Before used it is in hot water until it is quite soft and is then beaten between two smooth stones which causes it to sep arate into filaments which can be obtained of any length and thickness Thus tbe seamstress lias a considera ble amount of labor before she com mences with the real work in band Finally she squats on tbe ground tor no native stands to work or do willing else who can possibly help her needle bores two holes in tbe edges of the rug or gar ment on which she is working I be thread is then pushed through with the butt of the needle drawn tight and two more boles are made with a like result the skewer progressing verv slowly but fast enough Cor a country where time is of no value whatever The skin upon which the seamstress Is working is damped with water be fore she commences and as the damp and bide dry out they bring the work very closely together The Tan American will be the first great public event of thi twentieth century CITY Mayor M R I Clerk j jj Cruse tas Chap I Howard J F Blow Will cry Sales in and Adjoining Bounties at Hates Remember 1 cry all kinds of sales Good reference and satisfaction guar anteed Call or leave dates at the 1 RI BUNK office the Drayman tlic of in Every Kind of Draying promptly attended to and every care Sore and swollen joints sharp shoot torturing muscles no rest no Vf That means rheumatism It is a disease to fight but Cham Pain Malm has it Sam It w do so w he ever the opportunity is 11V it the pain I or An old housewife in the country was bemoaning her poverty to an pathetic husband Things aint as they used tcr be she complained Why I aint go anything like I used tcr Lev I am t got enough tor go round the bods theres two of the broken an I aint Sot uo dress bets really nt tcr so tcr an 11 1 vis ler die wouldnt bcv a cap tcr be buried iu The old man bad stood tbe whining as lou as bo could Blast it all then he fiercely lated Why didnt yer die when yei did hcv a cap The greatest athletic carnival in the history of America is planned lor the PanAmerican Exposition The Stadium for sports at the Pan covers nearly ten acres and will seat 12000 people More than two hundred thousand electric lights will be used to illuminate the Exposition In a number of important particulars the PanAmerican Exposition will sur pass all former the kind Arrangements arc made for the ac commodation of 15000 animals in the live stock department at tbe Pan Amer ican Exposition A Prof Tyler of Chicago Vice President Illinois Womans Alliance in speaking of Chamberlains Cough edv says I suffered with a severe cold tins winter which threatened to run in to pneumonia I tried different reine dies but 1 seemed to grow worse and the medicine upset my stomach A friend advised me to try Chamberlains Cough and I found it was pleasant to take and it relieved inc at once I am now entirely recovered saved a doctors time and er iii and I will never be this splendid medicine For sale by Terril Drug Co ns There are still some good lands in Northwestern towa southwestern Minnesota and South Dakota and it you arc expecting to make a change in location yon should take advantage ol the low excursion rates in on the third Tuesday ot each month excursion tickets bearing days limit can be purchased to a 1 on the Burlington Cedar Is No th em Railway north of and including Abbott Shell Hock and at One Fare pins Full information relative to these lands will be cheerfully given upon sip PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED BY A COMPETENT PHARMACIST This is the time of year when Coughs and Colds arc easily chase remedies Chamberlain d Hemps etc TERRIL IOWA Stone GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS Sells Ocean Tickets to all Parts ol Writes insurance i nl the Best Buys and Sells Land and Makes Farm hoans Looks after Property for Nonresidents Interest Paid on Time Deposits GEORGE A Cashier Fire and Italian peasants living In rc still follow the old custom ol I lighting fires for tbe purpose of purity Ing the nlr of malarial poison As a matter of fact this is the wowt i tuey could do as Hie lire no plication to Messrs to our Industrial and Immigration Agents Cedar Iowa If you are think ing of making a trip to any point in Alabama Arkansas Amona British Columbia Canadian Northwest Colo rado Georgia Idaho Indian Territory Iowa Kansas Louisiana Manitoba Minnesota Mich igan Missouri Mississippi Montana New Mexico Nebraska N Carolina North Dakota Oklahoma Oregon bo Dakota South Carolina Tennessee Texas Utah Virginia Washington Wisconsin and Northern Michigan and Wyoming Call on agents ol the Cedar Rapids Route for rates etc or address JOHN ip A B CH la ERS LIVERY
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