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The Salt Lake Triboks: Sunday Morrtstg-, Jute 5, 1904. 17 '1
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HJR TOU CAT SEE AND TALK "WITH
any of your spirit frlonds tonight. Every
5f ooo invited 189M Main L xT
PS i "WE TELL YOUR FULL NAME AND
"ll . everything1 you wiah to know. Free un
ttiS -J lew correct. 159tf Main st. Arnold-Dlcfc-
apWkS MBS. P. FONTYN. CLAIRVOYANT
Air? 3 and tranco medium. 67 So; West Temple.
'wMf J. E. DARMER, LAWYER. OFFICES
"Itfjs 18-19 Commercial block. 'Phone 1217-Z.
ldUbi$l MERCHANT TAILORS. '
LT5tf SUITS TO ORDER, ttS UP. FIT OUAR-
N2f3 enteed. Borcnaen & Larson, 145 "W. 2nd
. jjji South. WS53
edJf SHORTHAND. .
SHORTHAND. FRENCH, GERMAN.
JatitAJ grammar school studies taught. Type-
OUj j2 writing done. 333 Atlas. wll99
fym CLEANING AND DYEING.
HkI TEMPLETON CLEANING CO., 103 E.
'Si . 2nd So.; clothe3 cleaned, dyed and rc-
a laired. 'Phone HC3-x. X118
fl f DESERET DYH WORKS. 125 SO.
' M I "Wst Temple. "Phone 2190-k. xlio
. Wl ; SAFES.
'Imwi NEW OR 2ND-1IAND. CASH, TRADE
,1Mlftv or terms. Sorcnaen Stoutt -12 E. 2nd S.
Wt ACCORDION PLEATING.
SUNDURST AND ACCORDION
Wfgtr Pleat,nE'' r3- Jennens, 47 E. 1st So. m2
lf " REMOVED.
liflwn PR. R- A- GREENE REMOVED TO 331
Atlae blk. Tel. 24S5-Y. w2374
Ij Fine Prospects
I for Rubber Plant
jfl ; ! Discovory of Rubber Producing Root
II in Utah Promises to Lead to a
I Great Industry.
'flh; TJCH attention v.as attracted to
hilr't llfl W' M' Sunucrla,ld's exhibit of a
5j:' hJ rubber-producing root and Its
ig products, made in one of the Z.
Ml C. M. I. show windows.
The- possibilities of the plant was
i largely discussed. The promotor and
M ' discoverer, who Is a LchI man, Is very
('.J; enthusiastic over his find and he feels
that the manufacture of tno root Into
J-ql rubbor gum and its fibers Into textile
H ; 1 of. various kinds will become a great
""in; ' industry.
! "Indian root" Is the name by which It
; Is commonly known. It grows In great
Twj profusion on the mountains and may
v'H : be cultivated.
..2!f It contains to 12 per cent pure
. .'4J: rubber gum, which is found to be as
..'lSti. rich a quality as that produced from
'flW"Rjsilt! rubber tree of the tropics,
g tT Tho root is very fibrous and when
' ; treated by the process which the dls-
I coverer Is having patented it closely
-jil i i-esemblcs hemp. It Is finer, however,
' and will make a higher grade of textiles
IjlU ! than will hemp, and It In more durable.
w.V j Experiments made by Mr. Sunderland
fh ' : demonstrate a wide range of uses to
' ' which the rubber plant may be put
It and the purpose of the promoter Is to
mi)' organize a company for Its manufac-
5 ' turc'
ij Some time ago Sunderland disclosed
fmmin bis plans to a relative, who is now at-
10 IP tempting to organize a company for
viwheS tho manufacture of rubber In Colorado.
'Srw! Sunderland say his rights are wholly
fjiajjfl covered and protected and that he la in
ijifcjtJ f, no Rense interested In tho company that
SS'baS I ls helng organized In Oolorado that
rit 'a employment of his name or tho use o
XV 5 hin dlEcovcry is unauthorised and will
Smpu J be contested in tho courto.
Yrf' Some who have look-jd Into the dla-
mI; covcry predict that the manufacture of
the root will become one of Utah's great
SJCT ALL TEACHERS KNOW WHAT?
That the Burlington Route Ip the best
lui kiiiy lino to St. Louis, Chicago. Omaha, Kan
ibwSj pa6 City and all points East. Wc have
?1m through car service to all these points.
SaffcjR Cal1 r write for partltulars, R. F, Ne8
?2?iiJ len. Genl. Agt.. 70 West 2nd South St.
33 Gustav Diuidago,
i Piano maker, tunc-r and repairer, has
,' returned from Europe and Is now pre-
A-'Avt pared to resume work aniung his Salt
Lake patrons. Address, P. O. Box 905,
llWrll r Ponc
sMt POPULAR EXCURSIONS
anT'dH Via D. & R. G. R. R., Round-Trip
ed.3 & To Chicago 547.50
iV3 1 To St. Louis 42.C0
rfe riS E To St Paul 42,90
v- A ft. To Omaha, Kansas City, Sioux
e'yl K City 35.00
get'i'l rr0 Denver, Colorado Springs and
ll R Rates to all other points in proportion,
tO'JlJIi Tlckoln on sale May SOth and 31st. -to
J?3! i June 8th and Pth. Ten-day transit
...-.-'15 limit In both directions. Stop-overs al
to4?I jt lowed. Diverse routes. Final limit
tout'trJ i BeptembRr luth. See any Rio Grande
QBnt for Particulars.
3k I, Veiy Liberal
ll lH tne n'ftnnRr in which our altirta are
11 JB a' made. Workmanehlp of the highest
Hj a order, newest shades and patterns and
i mado for the comfort of tho wearer.
'43 ? BROWN, TERRY & WOODRUFF Co,,
ld and". : 106 Main St.
candi I LOW RATES EAST
TTSk Via D. & R. G. R, R.
IrtlntWJlOne fare plus five dollars for tho
WUiUjflf, roun(1 trJp (Q al, pomta ln AVestern Paa-
fwfc nenger AuBoclation territory. Selling
n strJjl dales May 30lb, 31st, June Sth and Oth.
"Bra Final limit September 16th. Ten-day
jJgSr transit limit In both directions. Stop--'11
overs allowed. See I A. Benton, Dooly
' Block, or any Rio Grande agon-
REAL ESTATE IN
Business Continues to
No Boom, but a Steady
Upward Tendency Is
Interest Centers in tho Outing to Bo
Given at Saltnir by Real
FULLY sustained during tho last
week has been the marked gain
noted rocently In tho real estate
market. Building is as lively as
ever, there having been decrcaso in
the number of new buildings started. In
mercantile lines retail trade has been
comparativly light, on account of the
several stormy days, but jobbers report
their business fully up to the standard.
Money Is easy, with a very good de
mand. The highly Improved tone of the real
estate market la believed by some to be
largely due to the action of tho roal
estate dealers In getting togolhcr to
push for th city ln unison and harmony,
instead of each trying to knife the
others. That Ihlfl men? rational course
must have a favorable effect will hard
ly be denied, although the fact is gen
erally recognized that there arc certain
substantial Influences at work Influ
ences tending to make the city larger
and strongeron account of which an
increased activity in real estate is fully
due at this time, even if superficial con
ditions were adverse instead of favor
able. With the city growing at the rate
of a hundred or more buildings a month
and that growth more than warranted
by additions to and extensions of Its
wealth-producing industries, there
must necessarily be activity In the buy
ing and selling of real estate.
No Real Estate Boom.
It Is a fortunate circumstance that
under such exceptionally favorable con
ditions no real estate "boom" has been
"So far as real estate prices are con
cerned," said a prominent dealer yes
terday, "they arc not as a rule us high
now as they were a year ago that is,
the prices usked are not so high. Whon
our new railroads and other improve
ments were first assured there was a
tendency to greatly inflate the values
of real estate, on the strength of what
was to be done In the future. Buyers
refused to stand the advance and now
when property Is offered the price in
usually based on actual present values.
In consequence of this there has never
been a better time to buy real estate
than right now. The man who buys
right now is getting full value in the
light of existing conditions and will re
ceive all the benefit of the advance
which assured progress will bring as
certainly as the seasons come and go
and the fields produce the plated crops."
Real Estate Men's Day.
Arrongemenls for real estate men's
day at Saltalr on June 29. and Its ac
companying drawing of city property
and other valuablo prizes, which prom
iso to accomplish a great deal ln ad
vertising tho advantages of Salt Lake
City as a place for profitable invest
ments, arc being carried forward ln a
business-like way. Real estate men
have proffered their gifts for tho 'draw
ing ln a wholly unselfish way and there
Is a disposition generally to make the
occasion one for the benefit of the whole
community, and not especially for any
class or Individual. Present indica
tions aro that the total value of the
prizes offfcrei will be about 510,000,
which will include a house and lot com
plete f6r sonio lucky individual, besides
a large number of valuable building lota
and other prizes, all to be given away
absolutely free, th tickto for tim day
at Snltoir remaining at the regular
price of 25 cents each. Already a great
interest In the event has been awakened
in other towns, even In neighboring
States, as evidenced by the letters of
Inquiry dally received by officers of the
Real Estate Men's association, and ltyls
believed that not less than 50,000 of the
tickets will be sold outside of Salt Lake
City. It is very evident, therefore, that
aside from the raising of funds for ad
vertising the city, much advertising ln
a direct way will be accomplished by
the event Itself.
THERE IS NO LULL
Bu3lncs8 Is reported lively by tho
Bcgo Realty company, In Its building
department, some of the Iiouscb In
course of construction or Just completed
by It being as follows:
A fine seven-room modern residence
Just completed for S. D. Wooley. on
Eighth East street near Seventh South,
at a cost of 53000.
L. St. Olsen of Price, Utah, Is mov
ing Into a. modern nine-room residence
built for him by tno company, at
Fourteenth South and State streets, the
cost being 53300.
A nice cottage has Just been com
pleted for Mrs. Cornelia Lelter, on
Third West street, near Fourth North.
A six-room modern red pressed brick
house, to cost $2200, is being built for
Athur K. Pauly on Lincoln avenue.
Bricklaying will be commenced at
once on a modorn five-room cottage for
Mrs. Sarah M. Harropp, on Lincoln
avenue, to co6t $2200.
One of the nicest five-room .cottages
on the north bench will be completed
about June 25, at Ninth and J streets, '
for Mr, Unstrpm, the cost being $2700.
,A four-room cottage for Walter
Wright, at Fourth North and First
West streets, will be completed about
July 1. The cost will bo S1S00.
A five-room cottage will be built at
onco ln Forest Dale for Prof. D. J. Mc
Pao of Utah university.
Throe new houses are being con
structed near Murray for the Vander
barkcr estate, at a cost of $2700.
F. B, Burrnelster is moving into the
y NEW 825,000 LIVERY STABLE TO BE ERECTED FOR THOMPSON AND' MURDOCH.
Work will be begun in a few days on the now livery stable to be built on the site of the old McCoy stable?, Sec
v ond South and West Temple streets, by ex-Mayor Ezra Thompson and James D. Murdoch, the side elevation of
, which, as drawn by Architects J. A. Headlu'nd & Co., is presented herewith. The building Is to be two stories. 165x
' 220 feet, and It will be. not only the largest but the bORt-appolnted livery barn in the West. It will accommodate
... i ... I ' 175 head of horses, will have large carriage rooms on both floors and .will be provided with elevators, box atoll?, and j
I y ' all modern conveniences, The cost will be $25,000. i
www fitii 1 1 1 1 i i yr
handsome nine-room residence just
completed for him by tho Rege com
pany, at Fourth and U streets. Tho
cost of the house was $3400.
Brick work will soon be completed on
the modern five-room light pressed
brick residence for Prof. W. P. Funk on
Capitol hill, to cost $2800.
Ground was broken last week for a
five-room cottage on Capitol hill for
Mrs. Kate E, Sander.
Work is progressing nicely on the new
$2600 6lx-room residence for Mrs. E. M.
Brown, First West and South Temple
Work will be commenced this week
on a handsome cottage on First West
street, near South Temple, for A. J.
Two Big Realty Deals.
The lot at the squthwest corner of
First South and Fifth Eaat streets, 115
feet .square, was doedod yesterday by
Aaron and Annie O. Kcyscr to Walter
A. Cooke for a consideration of $7500.
It Is practically unimproved, but is ono
of the most desirable resldcnco sites in
The Fourteenth Ward L. D. S. re
corded a deed yesterday conveying from
Elizabeth Toylo- 3 by 12 rods on tho
cast sldo of Second West betweon First
and Second South streets for a con
sideration of 5C000.
Phipps to Spend Money.
Tuttlo Bros., agents for Henry Phlppa
of Pittsburg, will begin the erection of
an extensive addition to the Pittsburg
block, located at the corner of Slate
and Third South streets, this week. Tho
addition will lncludo the lengthening of
several of the stores, necessitated by tho
growth of business on State street, as
well as a large bottling establishment
for the Denhaltor Bottling company,
and many moro rooms aud Improve
ments for the Halls hotel, aggregating
close to $15,000. The plans wore made
by Fred Hale, the architect of this city.
Contracts will be Jet this week.
Deseret National bank
Z. C. M- I JCl.W
Homo Fire Insurance Co 110.00
Utah Sugar Co., preferred 9-40
State Bank of Utah 1.
Deseret Savincrs Bank and Trust Co. 110.00
Utah National bank 102.M
Provo Com. and Savings bank 133,00
Lehl Com. and Savings bank 1W.00
Thatcher Bros. Banking Co., Logan. 111.00
First National bank, Ogdcn 205.00
R. jr. Bell Telephone Co SO .00
Davis County bank.. Farmlngton 107.00
Ogdcn Savings bank 140.00
Con. Wagon and Mach Co., prcf.... 92.00
common 5$. 00
Fremont County Sugar Co 10.00
Amalgamated Sugar Co , preferred.. 92. CO
Idaho Sugar Co 10.CT,
Lowlston Sugar Co 10.00
Provo Woolen SIllls Co 60.00
National Bank of tho Republic 120.00
Commercial National bank 100.00
Church (. 102&
Con. Railway and Power Co 95
Salt Lake City railroad 102V
Sumptor Valley railroad 103
Utah Light and Power Co 101
"Week's Bank Clearings.
Bank cloarlnga last week, compared
with the corresponding weok of 1903, were
Slav 31 ).? C72.7S6.P5 $ iW.GOO.fcJ
Juno 1 WI.61S.82 510.252.32
Jimo 2 030.797. H 4188.8.131.52
Juno 8 426.591. ?2 391.017.53
Juno 5 331.053.22 464.2CO 29
Totals ?2,&96,705.72 ?2,31C,293.01
Col. S. B. Sillier yesterday made
known his desire to give two more good
building lots for the drawing on real
estate men's day.
Special tickets for real estate men's
day at Saltalr, on June- 29, good for tho
round trip over the Salt Lake & Los
Angole.s railroad, are being printed to
the number of 100,000 The committee
expects to sell at least one-half of tho
total issue outside of th6 city.
The residence of Sirs L. H. Wood
manicc, Eighth East and Ninth South
streets, has been sold by the Rege
Realty company to Sirs. Slinnlc A. Tay
lor. Prof. William SIcKay has purchased
through tho Rego Realty company the
residence properly of S. T. AVllllams, 20
L. G. Rans?ahoff & Co. will on next
Saturday open their now gents' furnish
ing house in the Slain' street storeroom
recently vacated by the Lyon Jewelry
Cdntraclor J. Donnan Reavls closed
six contracts for new homes during the
J. B. Paulson has been awarded Ihe
contract for fitting up with modorn
flxturew tho new offices of the Chicago
& Northwestern Rnllwuy company in
the Atlao block. The offices will be
occupied about June 25th.
During the hot months Is the launder
ing of a shirt waist. We are also expert
laundercra of. shirts, collars, cuffs and
TROY LAUNDRY, 16C Sfaln St.
ORDER OF WASHINGTON EX
CURSION To Ogden Canyon.
Sunday, June 5, via Oregon Short
Line. Round trip $1.00. Special train
leaves Salt Lake 10 a. m.. returning
leave Ogden 7:30 p. m. .Opening day at
the Hermitage, where trout and chick
en dinner will bo served. Blcycjea and
baby carriages carried freo.
Royal Bread Is pure, every loaf bears
our label with tho crown. At all gro
cers and first-class restaurants.
Some elegant new decorations Jutrt.
iccelvcd. We are up to date with our
orders. Our workmen are always the
beat, including paint and -raters.
W. A, DUVALL,
Phono 1145 K. 124, W. Second South.
RISK 25 CENTS
TO WIN OVER $5000
Every Ticket Purchased to Saltair for
Real Estate Day, Wednesday,
June 29, Gives You a Chanco
to Win Big Prlzos.
In order to make real estate day at
Saltalr, June 29, a great success, tho
members of the Salt Lako Real Estate
association, along with other public
spirited citizens, have donated over
$5000 In real estate and other valuable
commodities to be given away as prizes.
Each 25 cent round trip ticket pur
chased to Saltalr for Real Estate asso
ciation day at Saltalr, Juno 29, will In
clude a coupon entitling the holder to
one chance to win nearly $C00O worth of
valuable prizes. Those holding the
lucky numbers will draw the greatest
list of prizes ever offered ln Utah.
You can purchase as many tickets as
desired at the uniform price of 25 cents
each and thus If you buy Individually
or form a club to buy: Ten tickets for
$2.50, you havo ten chances to win $5000;
twenty tickets for $5, you have twenty
chances to win $5000; thirty tickets for
$7.50. you have thirty chances to win
$5000; forty tickets for $10, you have
forty chances to win $5000; fifty tickets
for $12.50, you have fifty chances to
win $5000, seventy-five tickets for $l$.7o,
vou have seventy-five chances to win
$5000; 100 tickets for $25, you have 100
chances to win $5000; 200 tickets for $50,
you have 200 chances to win $5000; S00
tickets for ?7G, you have 300 chances to
win $5000; COO tickets for $125, you havo
500 chances to win $5000; 1000 tickets
for $250, you have 1000 chances to win
So great Is tho array of prizes that
clubs are already being formed to buy
large blocks of tickets and individuals
are sending in heavy orders. Tho reason
is apparent, when you stop and think
that one prlzo alono Is valued at $1700
and that there are over twenty valu
able prizes to be drawn by as many
Here Is a partial list of prizes already
Salt Lake Real Estate association,
seventeen lots ln Waterloo ad
dition, value i $1700
Houston Real Estate & Investment
company, two lots in Boulevard
Addition, value 200
Tuttlo Bros., one lot In Arlington
Heights, value 200
V. P. Hlskey, three lots Lynch &
Glassman's subdivision, value... 500
S. B. Sillier, three lota Brighton's
J. Donnan Reavls, one lot Arling
ton Addition 200
B. A. SI. Frolseth, ono lot Prospect
W. J. Halloran, one lot South Slain
F. D. Cllft, two lots Desky's Ad
Hubbard Investment company,
two lots ln Oakley -100
O. F. Peterson, lot I, block 6, Lake
Home Trust & Savings company,
one lot in Irving park 150
Bothwell & SIcConaughy, three lots
Brighton Addition 100
Thomas Homer, lots 23, 21, Homer's
Homer Abstract company, round
trip ticket, berth and meals to
World's Fair '. 100
J. Donnan Reavls, cash to boy or
girl under 15 years making great
est number of words from the ex
pression, "Whoso Roof Is Over
Your .Head?" 50
DeWItt B. Lowe, cash prize to
holdor of certain coupon number,
said number to be drawn on real
.estate day by a committee of two 50
Homer Abstract company, three
abstracts to seventocn lots ln
Wahoo Addition 150
Salt Lake Abstract company, free
abstracts to all other prize lots.. 150
James K, Shaw, round trip ticket
to Los Angeles over first San
Pedro train to city of Angcjs 50
Charles Johnson, round trip to
Denver over Sloffatt road on first
Stringer & Co., agrco to pay hold
er of Denver ticket over Sloffat
road, provided same cannot bo
used In three years, in cash 20
Also set of plans and Hpeclfications
for four-room house 15
Walter J. Sleeks, donates cost of
recording all deeds to lots given
las prizes 50
Grand total to date $5560
SIANNER OF DRAWING.
To insuro absolute fairness in tho
manner of drawing prize numbers,
Mayor Richard P. srorris of Salt Lake
City has bccn appointed to take charge
of the drawing.
Tho winning coupons will be drawn
by Slayor Slorrls at Saltalr on Real
Estate association day, Wednesday,
June 29, and the lucky numbers will be
announced June 30, In all oe the Salt
Bear In mind, no matter where you
live, you can partlclpato In this great
prlzo giving contest and holders of
coupon tickets are not obliged to be
present at Saltalr on the day of the
drawing, In order to win tho prizes.
You can buy as many tickets as you de
sire and' by special arrangement, the
duplicate coupons will be detached
from all tickets sold and deposited for
you In the receptacle from which the
prlzo ure drawn" on June 29. byN Slayor
Thomas W. Partridge, member of the
Shit Lake Real Estate association,
room SO Commercial block, haa been ap
pointed chairman of the Committee on
TlckotP, and orders for tickets can be
addressed to him. OrdArB should Ih
varlably bo accompanied by remittance.
Tickets will also be for sale at the of
fices of all members of -tho Salt Lake
Real Estate association, at all drug
stores, cigar stores and all business
places throughout Salt Lake City.
Every dollar derived from the sale
of tickets will go into the treasury of
the Salt Lako Real Estate association,
to be used as a fund to advertise Salt
Skull Crushed by Hammer.
BAD AX, Slich., Juno 4. During tho
annual field meet of the Thumb high
6chool here a hammer slipped from tho
hands of one of the contestants and
went into the crowd. It struck A. Frost,
a boy, and crushed his skull. His ln
Juries are fatal. H
Can be remedied In part, at least, by
wearing one of our now light straw hata
in French palm, Slllan, Sennit or split
BROWN, TERRY & WOODRUFF Co.,
1G6 Main St.
Explosion in Powder Works.
PINOLE, Cal., June 4. An expl'o
Dion in the Gelatine- house of tho Hercu
les Powder Works here today caused
the death of three men. The build-
ing and Us contents, valued at about jH
$20,000, were destroyed. The men killed IH
were Alexander SIcCullough, John IH
Smith and Ah Young, a Chinese.
IBackwardSeason-Must Have Money 1 I
M.-fffPV- Unheard-of sacrifices at this season of the 1
m m year Everything goes with the knife except Black 1
gj Goods, Collars, Overalls and Stetson Hats, Commencing Mon- 1
day. Terms, STRICTLY CASH. 1
t MtM This sale is unprecedented in the history of 1 '
I Utah, considering the season. We want your 1
S mtWil business and will have it if PRICES COUNT. 1
IIfXi NEW, UP-TO-DATE GQODS are included. I
! 11 5 7,50 Suits SaIe Price $5.50 I H
J M JO-oo Suits, Sale Price '7.00 1
WwM m yi5-oo Suits, Sale Price 11.00 I
11 MM II 20.00 Suits, Sale Price. .. .15.00 1 fl
I (ifll4 I 25.00 Suits, Sale Price ... . 20.00 1
ll Underwear, Shirts, Ties, Trousers, Hats, all reduced. I H
Sraf 0ur New Natty Line of Chilren's clotliii1 I I
F m $3,00 Suits for $2.15 $5.00 Suits for $3.75 . 1
fiP?' 4.00 Suits for 3.00 6.00 Suits for 4.50
j : " 61, 63, 65 Main Street.
The Store for All People) I
I ...See Our Wedding Presents... I I
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1 24! MAIN STREET. I
Toilet Sets Cheap." Useful Articles. Jjjfe "sSTSSf " I
a 6-piece toilet rt -j p- Shoo Blacking 0q - sjoc
set ..a)2rf.OD Castile Soap, a cake lc u
X 6-piece toilet j e Good Matches, a box lo ' f
a0t ib,45 Hand Towels 5c (TJ (hvee styles Cup 9
Z. 0 , ' V ii'I Zl Splendid Towels 5o r-2S and Saucer, only,
6-piece to lot fry CC Hard Water Soap, 2 cakes for. . 5c CT? Bet H
O set, with gold yZt.DD Toilet Soap, 6 cakes 25c 3 J H
Slop pail with Ofbf Children's Extra Good Ribbed U
t handles " Hose, 2 pair for 25c w
2 1 1 doz. Shoo Strings for 5o Pretty flowered 9
0 Glass Hand C Box Paper and Envelopes 7c (?&?Xc 4 Cup ond Saucer, jH
) Lamps AOy Shelf Paper, 2 packages 5c xkz&ffl choico of two T IH
jfjR ,,,,, 2 Spools Machino Thread for. .5c ; styles only, a
flfitl 50 Paper Napkins for 5c set- 1
X ni Wl Lamps, 25c Cfk Pretty Embroidered Handker-
wBf t0 OU chiefs 5c 75C H
9 Kitchen 1 Silk Ribbon, a yard ..... lc and up SfFT
rfSh Lamps OO All kinds lace cheap. L- or Oatmeal
T yQjUjuj!' Lace Curtains, a pair 75c U J&l Bowls onlv 2-
flP Night Lamps, Sf Shoo Brushes loo ' $ IH
rff 15c to Whitewash Brushes. . .15c to 25c pC vm
X (Oj) t, u j i. Men's Suspenders 10c
1 Jsl Itty decorative Fnncy Hat Pins 5o to 25c nnW nr W41U.
I s2k La,?pa' XI (t Shirt Waist Sets 5c to 35o h 4? fflw! 5 H
9 Sfcfr up rom ... J y y Children's Garden Sets. 15c to 25c ((, j Pitchers-
9 ' Whisk Brooms 10c to 25c I2C 30C 35c
a White Table Cloth, a yard 30c
fFSTfi Napkins, a dozen 40c Oblong Vegetable
i wWSImS Red Table Cloth, a. yard 22c His&s, worth?
&sTWWi Noedles, 2 papers for 5c Sgf , 1 8c, only 1
w feskco -22 Pius, 3 papers for 5c d iOL' ymy JM
cOC a Set Embroidery, a yard 5c up I5C 0
f. 0 Men's Socks, 3 pairs for 25o J
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