FLORA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 1907.
"We will take checks on local Banks or Cashiers Certificates as pay for merchandise.
SCUD AMOKE BROS.
DOES IT PAY?
Blind Tigers' Claws Clipped.
Inflicleil lor Violation of Ihe Law,
i.«r>l Banks Adopt Ml, lioal* ud t'iil-
rpffo I'lfarinK Honii«) Ralvs
to 4'oiitinar llnrlns the
pant and becomes a matter of biotory that the bankers wbo hHVe protected their ciuih renervea Hcd in tbe Httme ac¬ tion protected their depositors have at least talcen the safe stAod.
Bow louK nill this lust was the first qnestion asked and is the all atmorbing question among the people. Of course, relief must come Urst to tbe Inr^e tinan- cial centers, and the daily papers will keep tbe public well informed as tu what measnres are being tafciiiK to (jtiickly af* ford relief. We are already Informed as to the large shipments of gold coming in from foreign coantriee, the large in¬ crease in circnlation being pnt out by National Banks, the |;70,U00,0U0.ii(l to be coined in gold by the mints at Philadel- phis, Denver and San Frnncisio, and otiier relief measures of minor ituport- aace.
A Hurry Call
When the mnjority of Ihe riti/.ens of Flora have voted heretofore in favor ot the granting ot dram i