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I . The Bavt hasst TribxtkbTstjnday moeotstg, June 12, too. 5" nil
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JL-wTjTniN a thousand feet of each
'Zjklfi 0ti,cr yesterday, on the shady
f side of Second South street, I mot
three men, each of whom -was as
tfcJated with the earlier days of the West,
jLdnys when this was the frontier and
Coflo made up U picturesque popula
- J 1 ttat ls raduallv disappearing
'Kom tho land. Tho first was Hon, James
'Witphesson of Omaha, a well-to-do man
lEW city, who has been very successful
fll d builness ventures. Ho Is hero on a visit
II K his daughter, Mrs. A. E. Kimball of
if Kijham street Mr. Stephenson ls ono
'Etta most genial of men, and always
Es a story for the Salt Lako newspaper
lA Bribed The first time he camo hero was
HEtilrln the sixties, and although he
II EmU And many old acquaintances scat
U'Kred over the town, tho only thing that
w K reminiscent of the past Is Walker's
flttnk and a few of the older landmarks.
Brior to the completion of tho Union Pn
4' Bdflc Mr. Stephenson was associated with
Bmny others in the stage coach business,
tlW Kcd pat "d many years on tho frontier
wtftwen here and tho river. He llke3 the
Bitnlddle West well enough, but he Is always
Iriid to run Into Salt Lake,
ek K'"Joe" Donelcy was the second man to
all M'U tncountercd. He came to the West
Mi Bret In '55, and ever since has been lden-
WlLlcd with work relative to Its develop-
itrtnt. No man ever lived who could get
r wi a tfisllcr menu for a crowd of hungry
tantyors than Joe Doneley, and If "Doc"
' First Baptist church, corner Second
South and Second West; Rev. Dr. A.
;Brown, pastor Preaching at 11 a, m.
farrf S p. in Sunday-school at 12:15, F.
itf Lucas, superintendent; B, T. P. TJ.
1 i"a't 7 o'clock p. m., subject, "What I
'i, iilust Do to Become Christ's Disciple,"
Vj i!f2der, Rev D. A. Brown; Wednesday
! evening at S o'clock midweek prayer
i tmlttin?, A welcome to nil.
I Tllo Grande Mission chapel, Second
J ISouth, between Ninth and Tenth West.
s-Sunday-school at 10 a. m., George
FXtongton Mission chapel, corner In
ja'S Idfana avenue and Navajo street. Sun
. if id?'-Echool at 3:30 p. m., G. J, Badert
ttyl iKher, Buperlntendent; Friday evening
H i Astrrice at S o'clock.
vj 'j-1 s,ae Baptist church, corner of
, iTWrd South and Seventh East; F. Bar
pett, pastor. The Rev. S. H. Klrkbrlde
r j0 Colorado will preach at the morning
"'l ,KrT.'M at 11 o'clock; Sunday-school at
TJ'S v3I:15 p., m. t children's day exercises by
f m Sun(lav-school at 7:30 p. m. There
be no Young People's service. Tho
i I -jJenU prayer meeting on Wednesday
Ijji 'wenlng at 8 o'clock,
-j' H Society for Ideal Culture,
y i At 32 South Second East street.
' ''Lecture, "The Higher Criticism," by
1 tZ' Brodbeck. at 11 a. m., besides
;-i ! leadings and music. All welcome.
? j I Episcopal.
BL Mark's Cathedral, Very Rev.
I 'i8 B' Eddl0 B- D- Dean Second
J tfJr3y after Trinity, June 12, 1904.
t j8, m-- koly communion; 9:45 a. m.,
iy-school; 11 a. m.. morning
J sEM, sermon; 8 p. m., evening
iWer and addrefs, "The Holy Grail."
Tl 'iuA ??bl,c ,s corlially Invited to at
: ;cd the services.
iJwiPeter's ChaPel3 P- rn Sunday
0'cl0ck' evcn,nE prayer and
Sn vr8oU h -Sunday-school at usual
it Tt Mor"InET prayer and sermon by
Li ' &?-V', GeorEe c- Hunting, at 11-a.
$tf& evening prayer and address, 8 p. m.
m $3. DVlted t0 attond tneso ser-
I iaaufihnx? "J'ss'on church. Perkins
C-'l i?fcf&MI- B' w- E- Jennena. lay
yt '"Sunday-school, 2:45 p. m. Even-
?' ! SISTER'S TRICK.
7 'r But All Came Out Eight.
V ''bSM 8l8ter Pla'etl a trick that
' , twJB,eresWnB tale:
; ftiii-AH" ? c?free flend-a trembling.
I' 1 pl,yaical week yet clinging to
Wa01 tha sole aV!iy my rength
htM for a "eetlng moment it stlmu-
!itPncTy weaken Powers. I mocked
"nnl , and would havc none of It.
1 vah l my B,ster- Mrs- U. S. Sho-
ii rffiE.ubstltuted a CUP of BP. hot
" hi Vim if m.y mfnlng cup of coffee
1 Uced l ih?0t,l5n me what k was- 1 -f
rlUiihl r'chness of It and remarked
;;tarn 1 f,?Lte" me 1 was drinking Pos-
vnSPftif.pt l,he secret and keit giving
Sw rtVnm ,nstC!ld of cofEoe until I
' ! S cow ,ner' more tireless, got a bet-
Hwine 1V iInB, "erv,e-"l-ength-ct0
f'" ?he had Plven me In
fHfoe ?Lmy raorJne coffee. From that
Vonll i"C a,d,slple of Postum and
ifc ceSiV ,d0 ju8t,co t0 the good
lKellWr,nk, can d0" 1 wm not to'
JWti oVe f n,y. aftcr hav,"S used it
SBwamJ oiil nd of Its merits."
T(fi Mich. y 3tum Co" BaUle
M?wSl?utr,?1tsh0WS turn's pow
J WeJe?"' whftt coffee has destroyed.
' 000k' The Road to WeUville."
Sproguo were alive ho would vouch for
the statement. Bishop Beatty, however,
was a boy In the day of Donel-jy's prime,
and will prove the assertion that an appe
tite wns nlwayo handy when tho dinner
bell was sounded. Doneley was a cook
with Cap Hodges, who was a locating
engineer on tho Union Pacific In 1S57 and
later. He was also with Ives, who was
locating the Central Pacific, and who was
drowned In tho Sacramento rlvor many
years ago. Tho former chef loves to recall
those halycon day and has a fund of In
teresting remlniacenco nlwayo at hand In
cident to tho building of the first trans
In the early seventies ono of the most
popular men running on tho- Union Pa
cific between Ogden and Choyonnc was
J, T Dunham, and ho It wns who made
the third Interesting man seen on the
street. Dunham was llrst on the con
struction, but Inter became a mcssenKcr
for what was then (1872) the Union Pn
clllc Express company. He was well
known In Chcyenno during ull tho Inter
esting and hllarlouB days of Its early
growth, and cun glvo a recital of life on
tho frontier that would mako Owen Wls
ter look llko thirty cents. And lt'B all
facts, too. Later Dunham enmo over to
this end permanently and tho eighties
found him running a train on tho old
Utah Northern to Butto.
Just beyond tho Kenyon on E-ast Second
South street ls a lono tree, tha Inst ves
tlgo of green on tho business section.
Time was when tho streets in tho whole
of tho quarter reserved for business were
fringed with stately trees, but when tho
ruthless destroyers of civic beauty got
into the notion of eliminating the shrub
bery, llttlo was left to remind ono of tho
former sylvan aspect of tho leading
streets. Why this tree has been allowed
to remain and beautify tho thoroughfare
ls a mystery, but there It ls, and fur
rounded by a box it ls being carefully
I Mrs. Harold Russell arrives in tho city
, from tho East next Tuesday, and will bo
hero several weeks prior to resuming her
work on tho stage, which of late years
has been marked with signal suc
cess. Mrs. Russell la known to
tho world as Ada Dwyer, and in "Mere
ly Mnry Ann" made the distinct hit In
New York last season. She ls the daugh
ter of James Dwyer of this city, who es
tablished here tho first book store of any
projnlnence In tho West, and Is himself
a most genial man. Another daughter Is
Edna Dwyer. whoso voice ls among tho
best In tho State. The fnmlly Is a most
Interesting one. and their home ls always
sought by those who appreciate worth
and cleverness. Mr. Russell Ib himself a
noted character actor and la ever to be
found In tho leading companies.
Tho Democratic official was having a
joyful celebration nftor tho doings of Fri
day, and when he met his clerk In a down
town resort ho Insisted upon the young
ster having a drink. Upon the steadfast
refusal of tho young man, the aforesaid
official of Democratic faith promptly, if
Incoherently, yelled: "All right! You'ro
discharged. Come down tomorrow and
get your time."
song and sermon, 4 p. m. Residents of
the neighborhood cordially invltsd.
First Congregational Children's day
exercises by the Sunday-school at 11
o'clock, In place of regular morning
services. Young People's meeting, G:16.
Public cordially invited' to all services.
Central Christian Church, Corner
Third East and Fourth South Streets
Rev. Dr. F. W. Richardson, pastor of
the First Christian church of Kansas
City, will occupy the pulpit both morn
ing and evening. Bible school at 12:30
p. m.; Christian Endeavor at 6:45 p. m.;
prayer service Wednesday at S p. m.
All are Invited to attend those services.
First Methodist Episcopal Church on
Third South Street, Near Main, Benja
min Young, Pastor Services at 11 a.
m. and S p. m. Morning topic, "The
Eagle's Torn NesL" In the evening the
children of the Sunday-school will give
their Children's day exercises. The pas
tor will deliver a brief address on
"Education." Epworth league at 7 p.
m. Sunday-school at 9:45 a. m. All
are cordially Invited to these services.
Liberty Park Methodist Episcopal
Church Sunday-school at 10 a. m. A.
Tracy, superintendent. At 11 a. m. the
Rev. C. B. Clark, D. D., superinten
dent of the Black Hills Mission of
South Dakota, will preach. Dr. Clark
is a very popular minister In South
Dakota. He Is an orator and a brilliant
preacher and those who come to hear
him will be delighted. Junior league
at 3:30 p. m., Mrs. George Kent, super
intendent. No other services during
the day. Members urged to attend
services. Friends are invited and
strangers are welcome. Louis R.
Ilift M. E. church. Ninth East and
First South: D. M. Helmlck, pastor.
Children's day exercises at 11 a. m.,
which Includes an address on Christian
education by the pastor Preaching In
the evening by the pastor. Special
music morning and evening. At the
morning service Miss Lenorc Morse will
sing "Saved by a Child," in the even
ing Miss Kathryn Riddle will sing
"Ave Maria" by Pletro Mascagnl.
Sunday-school at 10 a, m. Epworth
League 7 p. m. Visitors welcome. A
cordial invitation to all. Ludlcs' Aid
will meet with Mrs. A- D. Melvin, 978
First street Tuesday afternoon at 2
IHfC M. E. church, Ninth East and
First South. D. M. Helmlck, pastor
Children's day exercises at 11 a. in.,
which Includes an address on "Chris
tian Education" by the pastor. Preach
ing In the evening by the pastor. Spe
cial music morning and evening. At the
morning service Miss Lenore Morse
will sing "Saved by a Child;" in the
evening Miss Kathryn Riddle will sing
"Ave Maria," by Pletro Mascagnl. Sunday-school
at 10 a. m. Epworth league,
7 p. m. Vistors welcome. A cordial Jr
vltatlon to all. Ladies' Aid will meet
with Mrs. A. D. Melvin. 978 First street,
Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Our Savior's Evangelical Lutheran
church, Fourth East, between Fourth
and Fifth South, Sunday services at
10:30 a. m. in English, and 4 p. m. in
Norwegian. The Ladles' Aid society
will meet next Thursday afternoon with
Mrs. Wittenberg. 515 Sixth street. A.
G. H. Overn, pastor.
English Lutheran, 336 South Fourth
Ea9t street, Rev. H. A. Hanson, pastor
Sunday-school, 10; ecrvlces, 11. Sub
ject, "Prayer." All are welcome.
German Evangelical service at the
East Side Baptist church, corner Third
South and Seventh East. Preaching 3
p. m. All our German friends are cor
dially Invited. Rev. Dr G. A. Zimmer,
Swedish Lutheran Church, Corner
Fourth East and Second South Sunday-school
9:30; divine service 11 a. m,,
when the church's former pastor, Rev.
J. A. Krantz, will preach. Service at
8 p. m., when Rev. G. A. Gabrlchan
and Rev. J. Jesperson will preach; also
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Sunday-school and preaching nt Mur
ray Methodist church at 4 p. m. All
the Scandinavian people are cordially
Invited to these services. Rev. E.
Rydberg, pastor; Rev. F. Ehrenholm,
German Lutheran. Sunday service
at 3 p. in,; Sunday-school at 2 p. m. at
Swedish church, corner Second South
and Fourth East streets. The Jugend
vereln meets on Tuesday at S p. m. at
pastor's home. 647 South Second West
street. J. R. Graebner. pastor.
Our Savior's Evangelical Lutheran
church, Fourth East, between Fourth
and Fifth South. Sunday services at
10:30 a. m. in English, and 4 p. m. In
Norwegian. The Ladies' society will
meet next Thursday afternoon with
Mrs. Wittenberg, 515 Sixth street. You
are cordially invited to attend. A. G.
H. Overn, pastor.
Lecture and tests Sunday night at
Mrs. Fontyn's, 207 South West Temple
First Church of Christ, Scientist, 336
East Third South Sunday-school at
9:15 a. m.; church services at 11 a. m.,
subject, "Is the Universe. Including
Man, Evolved by Atomic Force?" Each
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock a meet
ing is held to listen to the testimonals
of healing of both sin and sickness. All
are welcome to these services. Free
reading-room open dally from 10 a. m.
to 5 p. m., in rooms 607-608 Scott
Strevell building, 16S Main street. Take
First Unitarian society. Services at
Unity hall, No. 140 South Second East
at 11 a. m., the Rev. N. H. Fish. Jr.,
pastor, subject of sermon, "Why
Should a Living Man Complain?" Music
by Unity quartette. Sunday-school and
Emereon class at 12:16. Seats free. All
First Presbyterian Church, Corner
Second East and Second South Streets,
"W. M. Paden, D. D., Pastor Morning
service 11 o'clock, "Something to Think
I About;" Sunday-school 12.30 p. tn.;
young people's meeting 6:30; evening
service 7.45, "The School of Christ." A
cordial invitation ls extended to all.
Maccabee excursion to Castilla
Springs, Wednesday, June 15. Good
fishing, sports, dancing.
Rummage sale in the basement of the
First Presbyterian church Wednesday
morning, June 15.
Liberty Park Programme.
Tho following programmo will bo given
at Liberty park today.
March. "Hurrah Boys" Lacallo
Overture, "Siege of Rochollo" Suppa
(a) "Frog Puddles" 0'Ha.ra
(b) "Under tho Bamboo Tree" Halnt
Waltzes, "Espagnolla" Waldtcnfel
Grand potpourl of national alra.. Robinson
Hungarian dances arranged by Tobanl.
Selection from "Florodora"
... .Lester Etovons
"Nearer. My God, to Thee," arrans-id by
March. "Hands Across the Sea" Sousa
NORMAL INSTITUTE'S WORK
FOR WEEK OUTLINED
Mrs. Alice P. Norton professor of
home economics in the University of
Chicago and a very prominent clubwo
man, will arrive in Salt Lake City to
day and will give her first lecture In
Barratt hall Monday evening at S:30
o'clock. Tho subject will be "House
keeping In the Light of Modern Sci
ence, or Modern Household Problems."
The second lecture will be delivered in
Barratt hall Tuesday evening, and the
subject will be "The Place of the Home
In Society," and Wednesday evening
she will speak In the same hall on
"Home Economics In the 'Schools."
Thursday evening Miss JcbsIg Newlln
of Chicago university, Prof. Clark's
teacher of reading, will give Brown
ing's "A Blot on the 'Scutcheon," In
Barratt hall. Friday evening a recital
of miscellaneous readings will conclude
the normal institute work.
Are you going to the World's fair?
Engage rooms with the Deseret Ac
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HAVE YOU A HOMEP
Time You "Wero Preparing to Build
If you have a wife and children, your
first and most sacred duty is to provide
them with a home. If you are not mar
rlod, you probably will be some time,
and it would be the part of wisdom for
you to begin at once preparations for
yecurlng a home of your own. This can
only be done, If you are not in affluent
circumstances, by laying away a ror
tlon of what you are earning. Tho mib
stantlal wealth of the rich people of the
xiorld came through the saving habit.
Quit spending every dollar you earn.
A few dollars laid away each week or
month will scarcely be missed, and if
properly and Judiciously Invested will
enable you In a few years to build a
home or to get a fresh start if you meet
with misfortune. Call on McGurrln &
Co., the Investment bankers, and learn
Just what they are prepared to do with
your money, whether the amount be
large or small. They have eecurities to
offer which will Insure you an income
of six per cent, without the Investor ta
king the slightest risk. Did you ever
stop to consider what that means?
Money Invested at that rate of interest,
from two to three per cent higher than
you can get from a savings account,
doubles in twelve years. Save system
atically in this way, and in a few years
you can smile at adversity.
Arbitration Envoy to Argentine.
BUENOS AYRES. Juno 11. President
Roca has received Dr. Felipe Osma, spe
cial envoy from Peru, who prenonted to
him a letter from tho President of Peru,
requesting the Argentine Government to
act as arbitrator In the dispute with Bra
zil rolatlvo to tho Aero territory.
Through the Skin
TO THE BLOOD. JpigJ
Some of the most stubborn diseases enter into the 1'
system through the pores of the skin. The juices of wwlir u&L
Poison Oak and Ivy and other noxious wild plants, when JhUK
taken into the circulation, break out afresh each season, ;JflHH
and linger on for years unless antidoted and driven out SsBPi
Dye Poisoning from wear-
ing colored under-clothing poison oak FOR eight YEARS.
and hosiery is of frequent oc- ,. "Whii oieht years old I wan poisoned by hand
lln8" Poison oak, and, it would break out on mo
i . j o ovory oprlng- for oightoon yearn. Borne one re-
Workers in Lead, Brass, commended S. S. 8., whloh cured mo completely,
and other metals are often and I hove ooon no oigna of the eruptions for aev
poisoned by the chemicals oralfloaBona. MRS. A. N. BENNETT.
, . ,. , . Tooooa, Georeia.
and acids used in polishing, '
and the dust and filings settling upon the skin. The diseases that enter the
system by absorption or through the pores are as deep-seated and dangerous
as any, and cannot be reached by washes, salves, soaps or other external
S m remedies. The blood must be purified before getting
permanently rid of the disease. S, S. S. acts upon
the: Dlood, ridding it of the original poison and re-
fc scoring it to a healthy, normal condition,
s. S. S. is guaranteed entirely vegetable, and an
unrivaled blood purifier. With all impurities removed from the blood, the
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with a profuw watery discharge,
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cases the discharge drips continually
from the nose, later the mucous
membrane becomes bo congested
that the Becretions present a gray
ish color. The lnaflnmed mucous
membrane naturally cause's more or
less stenosis, or narrowing or closing
of the nasal passages; which adds
greatly to the discomfort of the suf
ferer, often times the nasal passages
nre entirely closed up.
If the patient lies on the side, the
nasal passage which is upermost be
comes open, while the liquid collects
In the parts below; or If the patient
lies on the back and the flow passes
to rear portion, causing a complete
stoppage of the nasal passages. The
fluids which escape from the nose
are often irritating around the open
ing of the nose and Hp, and very fre
quently give rise to Irritation around
the opening of the nose and Hp, nnd
sometimes even result in eczema.
The eyes become congested nnd the
lips red and Itching. If the disease
Is allowed to run, an attack of asth
ma often sets In. The asthmatic
symptoms are usually confined to
the night time, although the waking
hours are often characterized by
shortness of breathing, which the
patient describes as wheezing.
Hay Fever is a treacherous dis
ease, but almost every case yields to
proper care and treatment. Every
sufferer from this Insidious and de
ceptive disease should consult Drs.
Shores & Shores at once.
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fjOHIT BUCEXE & BON,
285 SO. MAIN" ST.
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A, L MILLAR, American Fork, Utah. j jl
WE TREAT AND CURE
Catarrh and Stomach Troubles, Nervous Diseases, Kidney Diseases, Bladder '!41fI
Troubles, Heart Disease, Diseases of the Stomach and Bowels, Piles, Fistula j ! jJjiEjl
and Rectal Diseases, Female Diseases, Diseases of Women and Children, Rick- lft r'fl
tt. Spinal Troubles, Skin Diseases, Deafness. Asthma, Bronchial and Lung jj ? lifl
Troubles, Consumption in the First Stages, Rheumatism, Hay Fever, Neural- Qj ItH
gla. Hysteria, Eye and Ear Diseases. Goitre or Big Neck. La Grippe. Lost M ml H
Tklanhood. Gonorrhoea, SyphlllB, Blood Diseases, Special Diseases, Scrofula ; haill pfl
and all forms of Nervous, Private and Chronic Diseases (that are curable). lilKiivH
Concultatlon free. Call or write. 1 ifflSai 11
IN ALL PRIVATE DISEASES OF MEN, TO SHOW OUR GOOD FAITH AND IwMM
SKILL, WE ARE ALWAYS WILLING TO WAIT FOR OUR FEE 1'4'3wM
UNTIL A CURE IS EFFECTED. WM I
MEN CUBE MENx MEN MEN HI
disorders! What '"Weakness" Is and How Blood Poison. Ujfijj I
We Cure It. No dangerous mln- n jhff'M
Bo sure your euro mjB tQ dr,ve the Mifl
is thorough. Not v,rUB tQ the Mi
ono of our patients So-called "Weakness" In men Is but harniles8i blood. Bjul
has ever had a re- merely a symptom of chronic In- . . , IRl PfTH
, . .. . .. . . cleansing remedies MBf
lapse after being nammatlon in the prostato gland, tnAt rcmovo the last fclilH
discharged as cured, brought on by early dissipation or poisonous taint. !K)'$lld
by tho Improper treatment of some rfeTtjilH
WF contracted disease. A complete .r FfKWjlH
MEN CURE and f? CUfrC ,13' tVhereforc; fa (XTRE MEN Wl
question of restoring the prostate 1.1 1 ?ah5ilfliH
gland to Its normal state, and this M, yljjlH
Lost Manhood. wo accomplish promptly and com- Varicocele. Pa KlH
plolely without the use of Internal til QrH
S p e r m a torrheo, romedles. Our treatment Is a local Absolutely painless lfi MitlM
Stricture, Pllos. Skin onp entirely It Is original and sal- treatment that cures N'MSlM
omiiuri., iina. dmii emific and has been proved absc- ... . ui'iv lillH
nnd ICldnoy Disease, lutely effective by thousands of completely. Investl- 1 I llH
Lost Manhood, Hy- teats. Wo aro convinced that by gate our method. We h 'fi5H
i 1 q 1 n 1 no other methodH can full and per- cure Varicocele, or It nvWr
urocele, fc e m 1 n a 1 mancnt restoration of strength and don't cost you a tiffiM !H
Weakness, Etc vigor be accomplished. pnny. j .'S wj'H
FREE BY MHIL. "llll
We make a specialty of curing patients by mail. We have cured thousands lf 'lIrH
who have never seen us personally. If you are afflicted and cannot call, write w, , H
us for advice and free symptom blanks and take advantage of this special offer.
oDn't delay write at once. j3
DRS. SHORES & SHORES
EXPERT SPECIALISTS fflJM
OFFICE HOURS: 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. 7 to 8 evenings. 10 to 12 Sundays and Holidays. fl It llH
Lyon Block, 56 W. 2nd South St., Salt Lake ity. ffilB
I j I Men's $15
I Raitnrc I j
I ILjoli HO 1 1 3 I People -wonder how in the world we I
m ourikAW hhubb H can sell stich splendid suits for
I flirP I Fifteen Dollars
H J,Jfg 'Well, -we sort of wonder at it our- N
I H selves, but still people keep on won- 1
II li dering and wo koop on selling, and
l everybody is happy. TAKE A LOOK
AT OUR CLOTHING. I
I Suit Prices-$I0 to $30 J
BARTON & CO.,
1 ONE PRICE TO ALL, 45-47 Main Street,
! ?HOE III
$D POLISH I 111
$ Wo don't want to boycott the 9 fill
bootblack because they buy all their - Yi . j i
9 shoo shining material from us. That W 'l f, KJl
In Itself should bo sufficient reason SH'JstlS 1
why you should buy yours from us ,t rljlj
1 a,8' rfJ9H
T Wo carry "VVhlttcmoro & Her- 5 Wmi 1
2 liott's Liquids and Pastes In all col- a .1 mi
ors and sizes. . I ij ,' jffil j
9 Our stock of shoe brushes In u N 1
4- good as the blacking. l flH
1 F. J. HILL j 111
I DRUG COMPANY j
9 Corner opposite Postofflcc. 9 f m I fl
4- ft ft', 9
9 Wc may not be the nearest drug- 9 1 k"j
giet to you, but wc aro tho drug- 1 t j!
9 gists who will como tho nearest to 9 1 li ..' li
J pleasing you. J i 1
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You will be wbjin you read the bi :td. on r u y JUWVV h
THE GREATEST CLEARING-' SAIiE WE'VE EViiR HELD. Jr-Ml'H
Starts Monday at 9 o'clock. j ''li't 'l
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