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Perry Advertiser, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1898, Perry, Iowa HE PERRY ADVERTISER. VOL. XIV. PERRY, DALLASCOUNTY, IOWA, IfklDAY, Attention Tax Payers! Should Dallas County Have a New Courthouse? SHOULD YOU GET A NEW OVERCOAT? A CLOAK FOR YOUR WIFE? AN OIL CLOTH AND ZINC FOR UNDER THE STOVE? 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 only! We carry a full stock of Gen- eral merchandise; Groceries, Cloth- iag-. Dry Goods, Notions, Furniture and everything- needed by humankind OUR FOUR LARGE STORES are throug-fcd from morn till night by bargain seekers: people who know a good thing- when they see it. The Tbat Sells PERRY, IOWA: For Distuct Judge, H. 13. HOLSMAN, of Guthne. For Congress. CHAS. O. HOL-LVT County Ticket. lorOlerk.............Gee. A. Crane br Auditor........W 11 CV-itwng-ht br of tho lio.ird U. A Eve- land kr County Attorney L V 5Hai pel. POLLTrlE VOXE. is IHE ADVEKIISEKJ, last woid pore_the vote is cast which uill de important issues foi the people of fcountiy Tliat void is, Get the Ike oat'" I The only daagei of defeat for the '-mocratic who in this ._sestand for the interests'-of the against McCleao bills and war :partmeiit frauds and ail the cor- :ption that io likely to follow on the ;els of a wai with such men as Mark anna and Secretary Algci at the :ad of. affairs; the nation, a democraiic victory ,jl put an end to all these dangers. Ltherstate 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, iucluding coa- ssional caadidales, are very pro- these days 'in declarations that r party is not pledged to the pas- of the McCleary bill. But you If t) at ,s contemplated, it ls 3afe to say that a has been given to the patnots who surround the adm.tmtia- men hke Senatois Quay and" El- wus, HaunaandJ. Pieipont and that the bonds issued agamsr Philippines safely lepose ere this in the deposrt vaults of these unselfish gentlemen. 1 hey could be bon-Lt v.eeL ago at ptobably twenty cents on the dollar. But the United States takes the Phihppmcs, the debt, acd j-esto' The bonds leap to pai in .1 dav. That scheme beats stock jobbing m sugai. K eye on i juuv The official sample of the ballots to be Tuesda- appeais, as a supplement to this issue ot I u, ADVEKUSEK Look it over no.v, so that j on v.ill be famihaz v.ith it u hen you into j our booth, Five tickets appea! this yeai, Uic icpub- dcmocrafac.-pwbibition, people's and socialist laboi in the ordet named Ihe national demociatic or ti--k- et.does not appear. The -1 copies" ticket, it is needless to say is the middle of-the-ioad comKnatron led DJ Week- of Winteicst The re- ularpopnhsts support the democrattc ticket, headed by Claude R. Porter the second name being that of E H Gillette. On the bottom of the ballot appcat two propositions to be xoted on. The fiist is the proposed amendment to the constitution regarding representa- tive districts, and the other is the court house ,tax proposition. Cast your vote for or against these proposi- tions. Don't overlook them THE (JKEAT ISSUE. It is not too much to say that the McCleary bill become the great issue in this campaign. Beside it, everything else is dwarfed into insig- nificance. It is not important alone because the congress now to be elect- 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 congiess which will oppose tins ihlamous measure.- The danger is that the bill.may be enacted into law by the present congress at its next sesbion, which opens in December In spite of all the duiials 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 oc- cupying seats in the national house to pass the bill. H. H. llanna, the head of the movement for "cunencyiefoim" confidently claims that the 150 re- publican members of congress evident aju geneial raanagei, K A Pdiker, -S-ICOLUI vce president, I assistant genera.1 niau- dS''I- J- Johnson, freight tiaffic managet A.'J Hitt fceneial snpei i.itende'ii: j. hu" ticksc passfiigci .igent; George F Viipe'iutendent of motive powei au'l equipment, A. R enJ'-jit of telcgiapb, and W. We have tlie exclusive agency f..r H. C. Staley M'fg Co. Goods. We have these goods years, and tfcink have no sup n 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 bill, it does some other counties. As the sparsely VWey, wli Jo so. populated counties happen at this -iy that they won't, time to be republican while the pop- J has over and nlous ones are mostly democratic, the "rt 1 republicans an tins bill, but he has j unjust increase in representation -lat hC a Provision that might 01 the convention that, an tit. Hhe is opposed to the some fame return to plague thean, as tra effwt should be interest I mere r- say so- I ut bun on rec-} the admission af western states has I of the public schools in at- i Mbcrty to draw ainsl at- Fiu him down to it. j done. I tending the next that Mr. Alfenraani TRUE THEQ5OPHY. Seek and re shall find It, is both -Jie duty and the privilege of all to seek on- ly that which is good should en- deavor to Call on atsd joa will find it. I have Xe.v Fail Styles coining- and some is at hand now and there be no War Prices. I shall sell goods at a price to ssf v ihe poor a.nd all Classes I am bu v Dg- sroods of ti-e best firms in the market Eemetn her I will make Suits of the best Eng- lish Clay for and some for I can cotnpete with any competiers for tbe cash. Yes below. is the tune. N.EDQUIST The Man who Stands by the Truth. e ex- cellent, and the discussion tvhicH fol- 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 cessful convention. It was tnc Undent of the convection that an ProfJ bat whcn 5f the hint should apt chamnan wd accepted as indicating a possible coali SBC- tion between the Rock Island, Barling- Northwestern and Keokuk Western, merely replied, "Yoa ale at conclHsioas." A JOB IN PROSPECT. 1 yonreyeoa that rcjpwrt that ministration has proposed to Ihe Pballfpjnes from Spain pay. lab able and ondemoctaiic, vote shwaid be cast against it. I overlook it ou your ballot. every Don't jiuu.jt SCHOOLS in at- I w yvwi own concl tending the next session, that teacber j Mr. Allen gwardcdly stated that and natron mi.rj.t more not aware of any irofflsdiate intention on the part of tiie company to culaige _ BncMen's Salve. i wilft THE BEST S.M.VK jn the worfd for nts. Braises. 9 come j Sores Satol 3 Jibenm, Fever Sores Tetter Chanmrd 8 I A tf ajjd assaln" FEE- Hwrfs, 'Ghdbbun, Cores aad Sh5n I io debt of those elands, created I Eruptions, aad cures aw WOTJ< condowcd at toxac.' I fr n? Tcqoired. It 5s gaaraateed no g-j-re perfect, satisfaction or monev Mcc.SSceate For a the plant at Valley Junction by the erection of car sliops, 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, tbey had decidedly different endings. The first was played last Saturday with the Madrid leaui, 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 vhilc Madrid was unable- to make cuchdowo, it was only prevented rom doing1 so by the most energetic and'determined playing-on the part of the home team. The score was 17 to'o in favor of Perry. In the first rwh Guy Crane, Perry's crack .halt back, got his collar bone broken arid 5s re- tired from DJay, not for game alone, but for Use season. His Joss :s a severe one to tie team, and doubtless had to walh the result of the second gazoe. This other occurred Tuesday, lie which enabled them to work tricks and make end runs. Their interfer ence i? perfect, and their constant practice enables them to pnt npstrong team work. There a good crowd ont. and the contest was most exciting- ont. WANTED-SEX-KRAl TRCSXWOBTBY FER sons in this state to manage onr Imsiness in tbrlroTmand neartre connties. It main It office work conducted at bonw.' Salarv rtraitrht fwo a year and boa aBde.nomoir. no JesswiUry. Monthly fJ5. .3Enc3ose stamped cnrelope. Herbert E. Hess, Prest., Dent. SI Chicago. perhaps be sccoaad only las being- the visiting tcaai. Ii was expected that Paaors be all the locals could tafee care of, this expectation grew snto a. after last gsuac ia beat the ciack University teaim 39 Faaorafcasj one of tho fecst elevens In Tlae 3aerc was 23 to 0 in favor, SjMt, tlae game was so one-si'dcd as Ihe score. all her strength was mnaWe against Perry's ,____ insisted in the sliti] 3 1 WANTED EVERT- ibc "Stoiy of JJic PJiiNpySncs
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