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   Terril Tribune (Newspaper) - March 20, 1903, Terril, Iowa                                M V J wf T A A K H M it M PARAGRAPHS EDITORIAL COMMENT ORGANIZED 1899 OOHT MONKEY WITH OTHER MATS We have now on Exhibition the well known Patterson These Hats have been worn in this locality jr BUYA the past five years and has IIKJ3Un every wearer satis faction We also have a fine line of Mens Boys and School Girls Caps FOlLEU FOK BKPBKSENTATIVK Dr Q C Fullers iiatiie was last week announced by his home paper the Mil ford Mail as candidate for representa tive of this district which includes the counties of Dickinson and Emmet He has made a hurried canvass of this county and finds much to encourage his candidacy He will have the loyal support of Dickinson county and will have no fight on hand until convention time Dr Fuller is fairly well known in both counties and has the respect of his large circle of friends and acquaint ances lie iscapable and fitted for the position he seeks A WRONG RECTIFIED The Wailingford correspondent to Our Line of Munlin Underwear tmbrcideries and fnsertiwtt ARE COMPLETE Spring of all kinds have arrived AH we ask is for you to wme in and look the goods overtheyw sell them selves We are sure we have what you want t ffiw words about our Coffees and Teas No merchant will It as far as they dare go ftcme Strand Vanned There is no question but what they are the best aud finest that ever struck town I the Estherville Vindicator and Repub lican goes after our scalp in the follow ing manner The Terril TKIBUNK conspicuously remarks in its last issue that thirty seven beer kegs were counted on the depot platform at at one time Either Bro Haydon or his re porter has been in a deplorable state of mind while taking an inventory of our town for the fact is there were but two or three kegs really there and the agent has been months accumulating enough for a shipment We harbor no ill feel ing toward the TRIBUNE for this error considering the fact that they drink stuff in Terril that would cause a man to see anything We are not iu a position to question the correspondents statement regard ing the kind of stuff they drink in Ter ril for think some people in this community do see things very peculiar ly to say the least Then too the Wal lingford writer was here last summer representing a harvester company and possibly imbibed so freely of the stuft he is in a position to know whereof lie speaks when he says it would cause a man to see anything We are sorry Bro West if we have maligned our sister town but dont you folks drink By C A S Co Queen Liliuokalaui failed to get her The United States Senate is now in special session All night sessions are not conducive to good temper The President has again nominated Crurn and Byrne The last shot of the Illinois Cannon blew out the breech The fiftyseventh Congress managed to appropriate 81554108514 Just now senators regard it as a hard ship that they get no pay for working overtime I 1 m m m Bank of Terril CAPITAL SU RPUS 500000 When Senator Smoot was sworn in there was loud applause from the Lad ies Gallery The Cuban treaty will soon be under consideration and the Beet Sugar trust is likely to be heard from again Senator Morgan once talked an hour and a half on a jack knife This aug urs badly for the Panama treaty Too bad the President could not hav called only Senator Morgan in extr session It would have been cheaper Out of 17560 bills introduced during the recent session of Congress were reported and slightly over 2000 passed Of course Senator Hanna appreciates that to pension the negro would stop his working and cripple all southern industries The South Carolina legislature has 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 for use of Customers Abstracts Examined and all Papers Drawn with Neatness and Dispatch 4 4 a little more implies heavily than your item 1 We want your trade There are very fw or I vw WALL PAPER We have the largest and most complete stock of Wall Paper Window Shades Heady Mix ed House Paints Floor Paints 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 Bemnants at your own price Your Druggists W H GfLL Company 1 Harness How about that new Har ness you were going to buy this spring Come and see our goods and get our prices iThey Talk THE EGG FUTURE Among the Egg Dealers meeting at Des Moines was Fred Kim ball of Waterloo editor of the Egg one of the well posted men of the State on the conditions of of the egg market In speaking of the fact that 14 cents a dozen had been agreed upon as the probable price of April eggs at the seaboard he said This price of 14 cents on eggs means for those in storage set down on the seaboard Most of the eggs used for this purpose are bought in the west and the State of Iowa furnishes as many us any other Now with that rate in the east it will mean that these eggs will bring 10 cents in Iowa of the store keeper which as you can see means that the farmer or the man that raises poultry will have to sell even cheaper than that However from the present outlook the supply will be greater this year than ever before and there will be a greater number of eggs in this state for sale than ever before so this may be attributed as one of the reasons for the lower price 1 would not be sur prised to see the price 10 cents by the middle of May REBUKES THE AXtrSUFFKAGISTS Hon Oliver W Stewart member of the election laws committee in the Illinois Legislature in reply to a pro test from Mrs Caroline F Corbin against the bill allowing taxpaying women the right of voting upon ques tions of taxation says I can understand why some women may not care to vote Twentylive to thirty per cent of the men of Illinois who were entitled to the ballot did not use it at the last election What I can not understand is why women who do not care for the ballot themselves should object to its being granted to other women who do care for it 1 believe the granting of the ballot just defeated a bill to kill worthless dogs Worthless curs must be power ful lobbyists Great Britain is bound to get even with Venezuela Her new minister to that countryis named HenryOutram Has Ironside The bars in the U S Capitol have been legislated out of existence This means every committee room will here after contain a bottle Some people will take great unction to their souls because they deny them There are very few i BKLSWff S unimportanMwnts of our stoek and the prices not too high 2 You want our goods reasonable prices What more do you want Real So do our prices on Hard ware Its YOUR busi ness we want Come and see what Weve got that you ne6d re MtN A RY TERRIL I to women is along the line of higher development of our humanity I am a member of the Elections Committee to which the bill has been referred and I intend to vote to report it favorably to the House and to do my utmost to secure its passage I hope your association will not cease its efforts in opposition to this bill I know a few members of the House who are opposed to the bill or anything like itand the chief ground of their opposition is that they believe that a law such as the bill provides for would result in still further pushing women into public life and the debates and the discussions which would nat urally follow The ladies who compose the association opposed to suffrage can by the pursuance of the policy on which you have started very easily prove that participation in public affairs in the way these members iear does not de pend upon the passing of the bill but selves the pleasure of rending the Con gressional Record in Lent After long delay Mr J P Morgan is building a house for his own use Can he have been waiting for Mr Carnegie to donate him one A Mrs Rah of Baltimore who con fesses to having seen 78 summers boasts of three elderly friends each of whom is over 100 years old People who have been worrying about the price of coal will not find consolation in the fact that violets are only fifty cents a bunch in the cities Chas F McKim who designed the Presidents oflice building wears the Kings Gold Medal awarded by the Royal Institute of Hritish Architects Queen Wilhelmina will name the umpire for our claims against Venezue la and President Roosevelt will name the umpire for the claims of the Neth erlands Mrs Carrie Chapman Catt says she has in her pocket evidence which would send 10000 New Hampshire men to jail But no one ever finds a wom ans pocket A device for generating sufficient elestricity for lighting railway cars by By the Way Dont forget That we have T L Bloods Heady Mixed Paints for Floors dences and Barns Also White Lead and Oils NEFZGER BROS TERRI1 X Baleii President franeis Vise Prus Jarmerd Rank TERRIL IOWA Individual Responsibility i T P TVTKRPST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS A Genera Banking and Foreign Exchange business transacted We make a specialty of Farm Loans Insurance Collection come one Yours very truly D E NEVILLE CASHIER themovement of the wheels has been tested by the New York Central and proven successful Senator Pettuswho was sworn in for is second term on March 5th served vith conspicious bravery in the Mexi an war and later in the Civil war lie s the oldest man in the Senate Alfred Austin may be the British poet laureate but Rndyard Kipling con inues to write at random and demon strate that he is the roet of the English speaking world which means half the readers on the planet The United States Senate has gone to one extreme in its application of the principle of unanimous consent aud the House has gone to the opposite extreme in its application of closure What the country hopes to see is a modiflcatiou of both methods STOCKHOLDER5 HH Buck Van Steenburg l Vovilln IHJJaiey SM Johnson A W Osborne MafcusSnyder Samuel K PRISC1PAL National BaiikCinfiago III ASSOCIATE BANKS DICKINSON COCXTY BANK Spirit Lake Iowa FIRST NATIONAL BANK Milford Iowa SUPERIOR SAVINGS BANK Superor Iowa BASK OE Montgomery Iowa is likely to occur at any time when matters which concern women are up Becausa gunners shoot with 30 per for public discussion cent greater accuracy when they nse will be one of the greatest pleaa apectacles people should noi uresofmylife to work in support the mistake of believing that the bill which you are opposing I will i h oh through yellow journals SimShood of the State greater accuracy Blue Front The Reliable Livery and feed Stable our business Transient Patronage Guaranteed Satisfaction Chapman Noonan Terril   

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