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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallatin Democrat — 1 March 1906
WW V., . 3 latin Democrat The Gal GEORGE HAN LON, Editor and Proprietor. The Official Organof Gallatin County Democracy. $ 1 .00 Per Year, IN ADVANCE. VOLUME XIX. SHAWNEETOWN, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1906. NUMBER 33 V NEW ADDITION! UST completing the new addition to our building, making larger and better lighted departments for our Millinery, and moving our Jb urniture Dept. too second floor. We have placed elevator in back part of our room that will take you to that department. When finished we shall have the largest and best lighted room in town to display our merchandise which we have bought more liberally than ever this season. Watch for Spring Opening. this season. Watch tor THE HOME TALENT Dramatic Company Will Appear Before Public Friday, March 9th. A STRONG PLAY TO BE PRESENTED. The K. of P's. and Rebekabs Have Labored Earnestly to Present tbe Drama, "Fruits oM he Wine Cup." Again will our show going people be permitted to witness another home talent production eoon. Th...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallatin Democrat — 1 March 1906
OFFICIAL CALL For Supreme Judicial Convention of the First Judicial District of Illinois. Pursuant to the order of the Democratic Judicial Committee of the First Judicial District ef the State of Illinois held at Mt. Vernon, 111., Jan. 15, 1906, a call is hereby issued for a deleKate convention to be held in the City Hall in the city ottastbt. Louis, 111., on the 6th day of Ttf n A T Trim i 1 r. J a. y. iav, ii a. m., tor me purpose of nominating a candidate for Judge of the Supreme Court, and for the selection of a Judicial Committee, and for the irmu.'tlnn r such other business as may properly come before the convention. Th ivioio r nmnun.t;nii o fixed by the committee for the various counties shall be one delegate for every 300 votes, and an additional delegate for the major fraction thereof in each county cast for the Democratic Presi dential candidate in 190. The method of selecting the delegates to the convention shall be left to the discretion of the Countv Central Corane ,t,...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallatin Democrat — 1 March 1906
4 GALLATIN DEMOCRAT GEO.HANLON, Publisher. 6HAWNEETOWK. ILLINOia The municipality of Nice has trained flogs to draw a cord, with a bush fixed to the end of it, through the small euers of the city, and so clean them. -ueen Marghema, of Italy, has an Alpine garden C.0O0 feet above sea level, which is said to he not only the highest garden in the world, hut the most perfect of its land. some trine ago a brown bear in Bronx zoological park, New York, was suffering from toothache. It took the combined strength of four men to pull the molar, after which the bear's former amiability returned. In the Wisconsin zinc field there are 13 magnetic separation plants in operation, and it is said that this use of electro-magnetism is greatly increasing the yield of zinc in that district. Our trade in Spain is at a low ebb, hut it is on account of the Span ish tariff. There are a few American articles . that sell there better than those from other countries. These ar typewriters, watches, cotton goo...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallatin Democrat — 1 March 1906
mm ww mi, Jhtt ikarafca The GallatinDemocrat A M-0sb,,rn 0ets Franchise' ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY. SUBSCRIPTION, 1.00 A YEAR. Sntereit atthePostofflce, at Shawneetown, 111. as second-class matter Oct. 12, 1901. GEO. HANLON, Editor and Proprietor. Democratic Central Committee Meets. THURSDAY, MARCH 1. 1906. The Seventeenth Birthday. Go Monday evening, lust a select crowd gathered at the home of Miss Imo gens Gannaway; the event being the cele bration of her Seventeenth Birthday. The guests participated in the games of Crokenole, Caroms, Flioeh and The Vegetable Game. Among the many presents received by Mies Imogens were a beautiful gold watch and chain which were presented by her father and mother. Prof. Brockett, the well kDown Photographic Artist, was present and took flash light pictures of the merry party late in the evening, after which the friends departed for their homes, exploit ine tue anility or Miss imoeene as an hostess. Refreshments were served. The guests present were: Mrs...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Gallatin Democrat — 1 March 1906
" p Cat. 9 Don't Miss getting Some of the Goody Good Things at the Goetzman Bakery ZWEBACH Hot; from the Oven every Monday and Thursday at 5 p. ni. 10c Dozen. DOUGHNUTS I Hot from the fry at 5 p. m. every Tues day and Thursday. Eacch 1c. COFFEE CAKE Hot from the Oven at 5 p. m. every Friday. Each 10c. A WILLIAMS &amp; WILLIAMS, i A f KtSIUtltl UENTISI5. f a- OIUCH UpBtairs in Peeples Building. Satisfaction (Snaranted. SHAWNEETOWN, - ILLINOIS . Bed Puds at Goetzmaus". All kinds flower eeed at Goetzmans'. Woo. Powell was io Evansville jesterday. .v Finest Carolina Head Rice nt GuetzmaDs'. Dr. J. W. Bowling was in Omaha last Tuesday... Laud ret h Bulk Cabbage and Tomato eeed at Goetztuans. Miss Sallie Goodrich, of McLeaneboro, is the guest of Mis Mabel Edwards in this city. All whis kies. wine9, etc , going at remarkably low prices at Hubbard &amp; Hub bard's. See ad. next eek. Take advpntage of tbe cheap sale of whiekieF, at- Hubbard's. All liquors must go as we will q...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Gallatin Democrat — 1 March 1906
RHEU--1AT10 PAINS 'Disappear When Dr. Wiiliams' Pin Pills Purify the Blood and Heal Inflamed Tissues. Rheumatism is a disease of the Mood, caused by the failure of the body to cast off Certain poisons. External applica tious are of use oulv in securing tempo' irary relief from pain the cure foi rheumatism lies in purifying and enriching the blood. Mrs. Frederick Brown, of 40 Sumptei street, Sandy Hill, N.Y., was a sufferei from inflammatory rheumatism from the time tshe was sixteen. She says; "It first appeared in my tnee joints, then in my hips and waist. It became a regular thing that I would bo laid uj all winter. The rheumatism affected mostly my hands, hips, feet .-and shoulders. My bauds were all puffed up aud my feet became deformed. J lost my appetite, couldn't sleep and sometimes I was compelled to cry out, the pain was so intense. " For several winters I was under the doctor's care and whilo his medicine re lieved the paiii for a little while there seemed no prospect for a...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Gallatin Democrat — 1 March 1906
X. pj What Is She Use So buy an inferior article to eat because it is cheap, When for a feto more pennies you can get the 'BEST . What you eat you want to be pure and fresh and that's what you find at our store. We have no stale, shelf-worn goods to force upon our patrons at a-reduced price, but each article is up to the Pure Food Law. Give us a call. WE WANT YOUR PRODUCE. Main Street, Posey Bldg. 3BOTI3 BRO 5 he Famous Ford in 1906 Model "N," $500.00, 4 Cylinder, 15 H. P. Other Models at corrr spoDdiog values, $1000, $20n0nnd ?000 PATTON &amp; S1YERS, General Jlgents, Write for Catalogue. Mt. Vernon, III. Distinctively Different, In Every Way the Best. The Weekly Globe-Democrat, of St. Louis, covers a field peculiarly anil exclusively its own. It is issued twice every week, A SEMI-WEEKLY paper Eight to ten large pages every TneBday and Friday Oni Dollar a year. Nothing particularly difl'erifrt, you say, about that thern are othf r 'TwiCrf-a-Week" papers. -- I . Yes, but the...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Gallatin Democrat — 1 March 1906
I IO Days Overcoats :AT- Unheard Of Prices! "4 SUITS :AT Slaughtered Prices! I Oothln dl irri$Mrijg Goods In the Riverside Building, SKawneetown, I1L H Under the Direction of the Southern Salvage Co. The Biggest Clothing Purchase of the Season! 01 Having bought the entire Clothing Stock of the Great Clothing Manufacturers Harris Brothers &amp; Co. of St. Louis, the above will be Offered to the Public at 45 Cents on the Dollar as long as this stock lasts. Bear in mind that this great stock is Clean, Fresh and Seasonable; the Newest Styles and Colors, representing products of the famous St. Louis makers. $20,000 Scoop o c hin S Many were after this stock, but we got it and we have brought it into your midst to be sold regardless of values. only a few of our bargains and each and every item is a bargain. Bel ow are 1 I 11 1,000 HIGH GRADE OVERCOATS AT SLAUGHTER PRICE. Men's fine, heavy, long Overcoats, regular price $6.00, . QQ sale price.. .ttiWO Men's all-wool black and blue ...