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   Terril Tribune (Newspaper) - March 6, 1903, Terril, Iowa                                TERRIL TRIBUNE VOLUME 4 TERTIIL DICKINSON COFNTV IOWA FRIDAY MARCH 6 UM3 T3O 23 e f Morning Neon and Wight fketfgme fong We arc making a study to supply the people with good things to eat And you wilt not be disappointed if you trust us with your order FRESH FRUITS Oranges per dozen Bananas M Apples per peck 40c 35c to 50c jrf BREAKFAST FOODS Cream of Wheat two packages for Vitos two packages for Shreded Wheat Biscuit two packages for Korn Krisp two packages for Grape Nuts two packages fur Yankee Oats one package for Mothers Oats one package for 25o 25c 25o 25n 25c 25c A few days ago a customer remarked When I want fresh Cookies or Crackers I goto Conlous when I dont want good Cookiea or Crackers I go to A few words about our Coffees and Teas Ko merchant will look you in the eye and say they have a better Coffee than our high grade 20c 25c 30c and 35c Our 50c ami GOe They may say Ours is just as good but that is as far as they dare go Jieme mnd fanned There is no question but what they are the best and finest that ever struck town Bring MS Your EGGSand BUTT EH for HIGHEST PRICE Yours for Business WILL CONLON Terril I OKXXXXXKOOXXOKCKMCKO PAPER f We have the largest and most complete stock of Wall Eaper Window Shades Ready Mix ed House Paints Floor Taints Varnish and Varnish Stains Brushes and all things need ed fOj housecleaning time in town IT WILL PAY YOU to look over our line of Wall Paper Prices from 4 CENTS PER DOUBLE ROLL up Hemnauts at your own price Your Druggists H GILL Company i Ranges and Heaters are unexcelled in 4 every point f Hardware t Stock is comj plete in every T detail HARNESS GOODS In this line we continue to be the farmers friend in quality of and workmanship We expect to have a No 1 Harnessmaker witli us in a few weeks We also handle the best line of Farm Machinery C McNARY Terril Iowa It has become a question whether lenatorQuay is for Statehood or for jloekade EDITORIAL COMMENT VOIXTEI VARACKAPHS By C A S Co Exslave peusious frauds are prolific and increasing A wireless telegraph system across the Pacific is projected The construction of the Panama Canal is almost assured New York is at last making war on he get rich quick concerns George B Cortelyou has been sworn n as Secretary of Commerce No clotnre but phsical exhaustion s the practice of the Senate this session To Minister Bowen will now be dem onstrated the ingratitude of a republic Of course President Roosevelt is in avor of our infant industry is he lot a protectionist A liltle well written Kiiglish is occa ionally refreshing regardless of the convenience of slang Mr Half our aptly says that the task of embittering the relations between latious is an easy one Another farewell tour by Fatti will t least make many antiquated eoncert roers feel young again A poem from Mr Kipling on the spanked subalterns is about due II should be a warm one HIGH IltOTECTION IN OEKMAJSV From tlie Omaha Bally News J list what Germany is trying to do to the United States is hard to deter mine Expressions of sincere friend ship are frequent and fulsome But fair wonts butter no parsnips so look at the figures The new duty on grain amounts to about 10 per cent That means that Uncle Sam will send none of his good ard wheat to Germany Then why not export flour Because the duty on flour has been aised to per barrel and that ends he flour business The duty on horses has been raised torn per head to from 821 to 885 per Mead and similar increases have een made on shoes lumber machinery ind railway materials Of course the United States will make a mighty protest All along the ine there will be a howl and delega jons of business men will try to in Ince congress to pluck a few feathers rom the tail of the German eagle The moral side of it is different Phis is a high protection country We lave fattened our infant industries ind made millionaires by the score by doing jnst what Germany is trying o do today Politicians have told the leople that it was and is good for them that prosperity can best be obtained by barring out competition That is a good thing or it isnt a jood thing It is a truth or a lie The Jnited States has made it a fact and policy for years and can consistently ind little fault if Germany attempts to egislate prosperity at the expense of he outside world for if Germany does lot do for the Germans who will A Southern paper alleges that alljthe iheap razors in that section bear a por rait of Senator tlanna There are many overhead wire0 vhich could be buried without teuipta ion to the grave robbers A House of Representatives quarrel ng overthe White House laundry bill s picayune Statesmanship Russian newspapers have discovered a man 200 years old Has yellow juur uvlism penetrated the steppes Governor Mickey of Nebraska de irecates dancing card playing awl heater going Whats in a name Miss Roosevelt is having an oppor tunity to learn how enjoyable and com rehensiveis Southern hospitality Congress proposes to dispose of tlv 150 quarter sections in the next Okla lonia opening by auction instead of y lottery An Iowa Jhatauqua circle is arang ng for a debate between Senators Mas on and Tillman What is the Chauui iua coming to The women of Kansas recently cann vitliin one vote of securing the saint as men even to sitting in tin Sectoral College The unspeakable Turk is getting civilized too fast Ue has repudiated lis debts and invested his savings in guns and ammunition Some one should give the trusts a pointer It is not decorous for their stocks to go up just after the passage of an antitrust program President Roosevelt and Secretary Shaw are said to work 18 hours a day Perhaps both men regard their social duties as the hardest kind of work A cautious aeronaut is building an lirship like a boat lie will sail only over the sea so that in the event of failure he will have something soft to and Senator Morgan nearly eighty years old has furnished tiie Senate a remark able illustration of physical endurance He appears to rest himself by making a live hours speech Secretary Root is already making preparations for rearming the militia When this is completed and the dril regulations are revised the America militia will be the most effective in the world As the time approaches for Speaker Henderson to write ex before his title more and more Congressmen are getting their toes trod upon but there is a proportionate liberality in the ap propriation commiltee Texas ladies are aroused over the fac that the proceedings concerning Mrs Roosevelts handkerchief were in secre session So were Senator Morgans re marks about President Marroquin Moral Senators and ladies cant keep secrets People who have attended receptions etc at the White House and who do not gather their ideas from hearsay have little criticism to offer on the renovation of the White House and the erection of the Presidents office build ing The White Honse is far more Bonvenient since the renovation and so are the oiiiccra and except to some hypercritical and unrecognized art crit is little that calls for coudem 1 nation In the new arrangements OPINION OK THIS IKKSS to Pay It Esthervllle Democrat It may be of interest to our brother lewspa er publishers to learn that the Democrat has just Won a law suit in ivhich a subscriber who had taken the taper for five years absolutely refused o pay for same The case was com menced early last fall and carted around from one justice to another until it lin illy landed in Justice Larsons court at Wallingford The case was there tried uefore a jury of sis men The defend uit testified as to receiving the paper for live years without paying a cent and gave as his reason for loing so that a former publisher gave lira the paper We had no evidence at die trial to contradict this and the jury ifter being out nearly fen hours failed o agree By agreement the case wat then brought before lustice Davidson u this city where the former publisher of the Democrat testilied that he did lot give the defendant the paper and Jie court decided that defendant was hable 1or the subscription price of the aper which was and to pay all ostsin the case which amounted to iver HircI on JUlevun Emmetslmrg Democrat If Editor Delevan of the Eslhervilk InterprisK is thru lecturing the citizens jf Emmelsburg on the temperance juestiou the Democrat would advise Him lo go to Cherokee or Mt Pleasant and have some of the crimson removec from his nose and cheeks The itigrBcst Itlumler of All JJIcKeiis Senate According to the pictures in the fash ion magazines theCreator must havt made an awful blunder when he made the backbone of woman straight A MOST LIBERAL OFIER All our farmer readers should take ad vantage of the unprecedented clubbing offer we this year make which includes with this paper The Iowa Homestead its Special FarmersInstitute Edition and The Poultry Farmer These threr publications are the best of their clas and should be in every farm house To them we add for local county anc general news our own paper and maki the price of the four one year only 82 Never before was so much superio reading matter offered for so small ai amount of money The three paper named with our own are well knowi throughout the West and commanr themselves to the readers favorable attention upon mere mention Tin Iowa Homestead is the great agricnl tnral and live stock paper of the West The Poultry Farmer is the most practi cal poultry p iper for the farmer while The Special FarmersInstitute Edition are the most practical publication fo the promotion of good farming eve published Take advantage of tin great offer as it will hold good for short time only Samples of thes papers may be exaroiued by callini at this office f ORGAN Zf D 189y IBank of Terrilt CAPITAL SURPLUS SOOOOO Conservative Commercial Banking Interest paid on Time Deposits Insurance written in best Companies Land Loans Made at Lowest Rate Taxes Paid Farms Rented Safety Deposit Vaults for Customers Abstracts Examined and all Papers Drawn with Neatness and Dispatch f ftcivard Everett flanker it 4 6 5raoatf issisfant OCKKKMCKOOXXXXOKKXKXK Tutu Propositions 1 We want your trade There are very few men who can be convinced by even the most logical argument They believe only what observation and experience has taught them AVhy then should we waste our time arguing over unimportant points We want your trade because we know that your observation and experience will show you that the quality of our stock is all right and the prices not too high 2 You want our goods Spring is approaching and you will soon be at work head over heels with no time to stop to make a few purchases which if made now may save a half a day during the busy season You want our goods because they are time time saved is money earned You want our goods because they are of the right quality and sold at reasonable prices What more do you want By the Way Dont Forget That we have T L Bloods Beady Mixed Paints for Floors Resi dences and Barns Also White Lead and Oils g NEFZGER BROS TERRL Q XXXX6bXXXOOXKHXXXOXOO O s L President I t Brands Vice 9m TERRIL IOWA Individual Responsibility INTEREST IAID ON TIME DEPOSITS A General Banking and Foreign Exchange business transacted We make a specialty of Farm Loans Insurance Collections and give careful attention to property of nonresidents extend to our Patrons all the advantages accommodations and courtesies of a conservative Bank are thoroughly organized to handle promptly and satisfac torily your account Our equipment is especially arranged for handling the accounts of Fanners Merchants and Corporations If your patronage and influence have in any degree contributed to the success of our business we thank you for it If yon aro not yet a patron let this be your invitation to be come one Yours very truly D E NEVILLE CASHIER STOCKHOLDERS H II Buck B B Van Steenbnrg DENeville FHDaley A M Johnson A W Osborne Marcus Snyder Samuel Keiser E G Blackert L K Francis A B Funk PRINCIPAL OORBUSPOSDKNT First National Bank Chicago III ASSOCIATE BANKS DICKINSON COUNTY BANK Spirit Lake lown FIRST NATIONAL BANK ililford Iowa SUPKKIOK SAVINGS BANK Superior BANK OF MONTGOMERY Montgomery Iowa Blue Front The M St L railroad will sel tickets to Homeseekers every Tuesday by which they abtain a rate of one far plus 32 for the round trip to all points in northern Minnesota and North Da KOta Cheap one way tickets on sale at same time For full particulars in quire of any St L agent or ad IdressAB Butts G P T A Min neapolis Minn 30 Church and Lighthouse One the leading churches of Nome is the Roman Catholic The is surmounted hy an immense cross blazing with electricity It nerves a ligatuouse miles op and down the coast The Reliable Livery and feed Stable We endeavor to keep the best horses for general driyinff pnrpows to t be found in northeast Iowa We pay particular attention to ths part of our business Transient Patronage Guaranteed Satisfaction Chapman INoonan Terril   

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