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:nVBAY HORNING, OCTOBER 12, 190 IM
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S( nB'd- watched. Jewelry, musi
lhl etc at les3 tlian -ne-
MittW &tnlirV Rood vlo,m- banjo,
Utw- W iPM n n1 up; good watch
Spa ? v uo' L"c,c Sam. 30 E. 1st
OAjCS KfTPONIES. WEIGHT
JmVI -V.- rentle. sound and sure
jBAPPUr a, M So. .gg
3 rtjTJ saoef:
thi- rT?D STATIONERY BUI-
fctoVn of Fine location.
US?v! 5?,,d Rood business. Excellent
v. "Viilmr Address quick. Leo
"?r -rTHOICB RAMBOUILLET
the W S. Hansen stock;
.SVfvool and mutton. C. B.
,AUB PIANO IN FINE
Jt ,TfifTp upright piano.
do jL.ilO Atlas block. aH9
ll?JifcSrAND BEST TRUNK SxJR
E. fstv Pockago Delivery. Both
ii I HBBED WHITE LANG- j
BETT rt,&. Coll or address 333 Co
bf' 7oRE. i0 CASH BUS1
kpgj jffo per month; 132 S. Statojt
Jjfci, j JUNK HOUSES.
n.irR i ' 1 R, Strang. Mgr.
5"; tii a" lnd3 r Ju,;' b,af??' ri:
ih clc Car lots a specialty. C35
53krMVTNTER AT OSBORNE'S.
"-JjtSo 1" Tcl' 1J76, 112037
PTHERE TO STOP.
rFlnSfey HOUSE. PAUL HE IN,
JCi tr ui So., IW rooms; rates 25o
-JpfTREAD IT! READ IT!
ijb ;jj She Seini Weekly.
r'fc JPk Hvlns away from the
la the Rocky mountains and
-fet' j distances from Utah through
j United States, who are lnter-
a b ihi exciting and hlstory-
73lioij i srtl-church domination cam
sxlt at under way In Mormon lands,
M.I .J :p.hc:lb? for The Salt Lake
rrr tolr Tribune, at 51.50 per
3 Hit !
Te lajj lETtaJ Is pure; every loaf bears
waaj W trltb the crown. At all
itd first-class restaurants,
. . 'Shin by a Policeman.
LOT WVr on. 11. Otis Claud
lft-tipi M bv Poll-fman Dial last nlcht.
'Rr't if f-nnly troubles.
Ipodjt perfecto cigars
k Afilrictlr on their merit. "Whlt
J.j4 Miis, manufacturers.
jtsEi j Tenants Evicted
RELAL Jfe3' wltccted Merchants Pro
'lAEiociatlon Francis C. Luke
m Micacer. Top Floor Commer-
i)F THE PIONEERS
:S AWAY AT NEPHI
11.-GU3 Hcnrlod died at
his place yesterday after
t of a complication of dls
than two years standing.
b Edward .Hcnrlod was
France, and In early life
y associated with Da
'entor of tho photographic
bears his name Mr. non
function of being present
aiy of January, 1853. he
Amrrlt-a, and arrived at
ictolwr C of tho sumo year,
nation and a home In the
in L. Hey wood, who was
the Seventeenth ward and
ates Marshal for tho Ter
;. besides which he wns
lately organized settlement
n Juab county, Mr. Hon-
Ith Mr. Hoywood ns clerk
refore be seen that he w:us
of tho first United States
2 Territory of Utah,
mo associated with Georgo
I assisted In Inaugurating
d tho "Deserot Alphabet,"
iionetlc sounds represented
td and easily shaped let
p destlnetl to become tho
lopted by tho Mormon pco
LURht in Salt Lako during
M and 'M, and was after
and taught In tho various
n.thc meantime tho church
Iton of graded books
"30 of tho schools In the
3 Bystom woo abandoned
I found lmpractlcablo for
lurch to revolutionize tho
rtnt nil tho books In tho
Mr. Henriod camo to Ne
has sincc resided. Since
I fe has been diversified
raults and vocations. In
o has conducted tho Hen
' leaves a wife and largo
d tea costs less than
'E0od te costs less than
mnlitlw'lymr ""z If y in't uv.
3sitttEISfICT COURT OF THE
iwa'siauer th,c District of Utah.
'WWln bnni, J IJ- Wls-slng. vol
lW tfto0tt K J- U. Wlsfllne of
rBf1 dUtrint 11,0 county of alt
W U K areald. a bankrupt.
jW-'&MmhZ. gl.ven t,mt o 1110 3rd
-JK'tofa wi u lhP Ilv"st mooting of
cin!r ,', held at my orilcc
JsMT' HOI n V,locl: on tho 22nd day
1tWt wblch Tii1 "Jf'ock In the foro
'Itnd, D,l!m.0. tbo said crcdllorn
!4nwl lr claims, appoint
K "Uth nti, lhe bankrupt and
eooie h,.fX ' business an may
K ChaS'tI51111 nu-etlng
W -lLES BALDWIN.
' iffi Cltv ,Tr)V ln Bankruptcy
.m "-, Utah, Octobor 11th.
s Tribunes Ogden Bureau 1
2486 WASHZ?nAV,E , . TELEPHONE 111. E
0 Advertising Rates Furnished on Application. I
AT THE HEaLY HCrHL.
p?iin 50U 5omto Ondcn. opposite -h
I nlon depot. The celebrated Oatcrmoor
i-ii innttrena.v. In every room. Sample
omw anH rnfi )n r.-nnortlon
J. J. BRUMMITT,
MONET TO LOAN.
HOUSES TO RENT
Phone C22-Z. 203 Washlncton Ave
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I DRINK i
NATURAL LITHIA WATER 1
"ilakca everything Good," I
F. J Klescl & Co., Ogden. H
nleger & Llndley. Salt Lake. DIs- S
-J IiLUSSER. J. L. BLOSSL.K
'. our thirst Parlor. :m Wnahlngton ave
Mil ROAD TO&ETS,
If you wish to buy or sell a ticket.
SEE J. C. BAKER. THE OGDEN
TICKET BROKER. Onlv member of tho
Guarantee Association In Ogden. IS" 2nth
sL. one block from the Union depot. Tele
J. E. DARMER. LAWYER, OFFICES
1-19 Commercial block. 'Phone 910-Z.
or terms. Sorenscn-Stoutt Co., 48 E. 2nd So.
UTAH VISITORS TO THE
ST. LOUIS WORLD'S FAIR'
Special to Thc Tribune.
ST. LOUIS. Oct. 11. Following Is a list
of Utah visitors to tho World's fair, as
shown on the register from October 1 to
October S. -Total up to date. 3030.
October 1 Mrs. C. Foster, Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Gillespie. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Evans. Kate S. Barrett, Mrs. A. M.
Knight, Jennie Knight. F. H. Bennls. Dr.
E. B. Isgreen. Mrs. C. II. Goshlng, Frank
S. Cox. C. J. Harvey, E. P. Hardin. W.
A Clay Rice Harris. Mlna Long. Verna
lloge. Woodford Button. Alicia Smith,
Georgo Coulter, Thomas P Stabbs,
Georgo A. Nash, Aaron Ganide, II. C.
Tavey, M. B. Young, J. M. Smith, Peter
Johnson. Matilda Johnson, Mra. H. II.
Stadclmnn, Earnest Jones. Max Schaafer,
Bert Miller, J. M. Miller, George Moore.
October 3. Mrs. G. Moore. A. S. Hlnch.
A. T. Schmltacr, L. C. Peterson, Mr. and
Mrs. M. II. Stackhouse. W. A. Welling,
Mr. and Mn Edwin Woollcy. Jr.. Mr.
and Mrs. R. D. Robins, Mrs. Callls E.
Cave, R. P. Moffct, C. S. Joy, Dr. A.
ChrlBtcnscn, Florence Adclla Burt, Marian
Woolley. Samuel Lindsay, Mrs. N. II.
Salisbury, May Salisbury, Belle Ander
son. Dave J. Vincent. Mrs. D. J. Vincent,
Jesse Doyle, Mrs. C. C. Miller. W. W.
Stahl. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. II. Rcllly, C. H.
Ottober i. E. S. Lovcsy. Mrs. C. M
Lovesy, A. S. Erlckson, Mr. and Mrs. J,
M. Boyden, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis,
Mrs. II. S. Waaler. G. L. Korner. Mrs. J.
E. Bradlev, James Calvin, John B. Dunn,
Dr. W W. Stockman, Mrs. L, H. Swect
ser, Herbert B. Knudson, A. C. Ellis,
I,otta Dlnwoodey. E. Cummin. Charles W.
Ivcrson. Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Jiarpcr.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dalllmore. Mr. and
Mrs Alex Weatherson, L. A. Egg, H. J.
Annolders. J. L. Thompson.
October 5. Mr. and Mrs. C. W Law
rence. Fred Flnke, A. C Thomsteoff, Mr.
and Mrs. A. C. Past. Luclnda C. Evans,
L II. Redd. Earl Dunshee, Mr. and Mrs,
J S McBcth. Mr. and Mrs. James Fnr
rell, Kato Farrell. Mr. and Mrs. C. Bald
win and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Orson D
Romnev, Gertrude Romney, Orson D.
Romnev, Jr.. Earl Nichols. Ester Potron
isky F". C. Cushlng, A. G. Gethell, A D.
Walter. T. E. Thurman, Mrs. Alice A.
Thurman. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin F. Holmes,
Charles N. Snyder, Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard
H Snelgrovc, R. W. Culmer. P. J. Mc
Kcon. Albert G. Walter.
October C N. H. Tanner, N. Mnlm
Blrom. Mary Tanner, Robert J. Glcndln
nlng Bertha R. Glendlnnlng. Samuel
Weston, George F. Ashley. G. W. Martin.
Samuel Lindsay. R. A. Mury. Mr. and
Mr3 C R. Pcarsall, A. A. Summer, H.
Brighton. Linda B. Jesaup, R. Jessup.
Oscar Dehmann, R. W. Roberts. Sol
Roscnbaum, Arthur Sweet. Parloy
Wright. Dorothy Kelly. Mr. and Mr.
Theo W. Jennings, John M. Holdawny,
F H. Bonnie, Mrs H. B. McCabo, Mrs. A,
11 Blrrell, Rosa McCurry. Chris Schmatz,
October ".Elmer D. Jones. R. D Rob
InB. J E- Jennings. Mabel M. Mlnner, M.
A. Smith. William H. Lindsay. T. F.
Carlisle. J. S. Beck, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A.
Hcndrlckson. Mr. and Mrs. John U.
Llnck. Milton Tate. Mrs. II. Guthcll. Mr.
nnd Mrs. M. M. Miller, Mr and Mrs. F.
B Hurlbut, G. I. Hcrrlck. Alf A. Robin
son. James Wilt. W. C. Lindsay, Frank
Lchan. Daniel O LarBen
American party voters, avoid the rush
by registering early on "Wedncsduy.
Places to Register in American Fork.
Special to Tho Tribune.
AMERICAN FORK, Oct. 11. A lnrgo
number of the American Fork voters
failed to register today. The places whero
this should be attended to are. District No.
1 at the home of F A. Jackson; DlHlrict
fia 2, at the homo of Mrs. Hannah H.
bui.klcy; District No. 3. at tho residence
of John Kcllcy; District No. 4, nt tho
home of Mrs. Nephl Elsmorc.
Mrs. A. F, Rouley of Alpine loft hero
today with her family and Lincoln Clarke
for Atlantic City. Wyo., whero they will
make their homo.
Mrs. Sablna Symlthton of Nevada, who
hne been spending the past week vWtlnR
In American Fork, returned homo last
Judkic John Chldestor of Pnrnvvan. Utah.
Is visiting -American Fork, as the guest of
'Mrs. W. S, Robinson.
Miss Fern Fcathcrstone was given a
nlcasant Boclal last evening at the homo of
hor nnrcnts. Thc event was her sixteenth
bfrthdny A large number of her friends
were present. t
In Die case of Johnson County Savlnqs
hank of Iowa vs. William Grant of this
?,KS.0ifudK?nl has bo.m rendered for ho
plaintiff, attorney fees, $lo, and costs, 51-.
iTh. -mi,,. Elva and Thernolda Single
tolf Ferron. are" visiting American Fork
as tho guests of Mrs William aimer.
Earl Smith and mother of Salt Loo CUv
4- DATA ALL SHOULD HAVE
Tuesday, October 11. X
-J- Wednesday, October 12.
Tuesday, October 18. s
Tuesday, November 1.
Wednesday, November 2. -f-
X y Registration Officer 4-
T J' Registration District 4-
Jly Reglstratloh Place '
MURDERED AMD MANGLED
MAN FOUND NEAR RENO
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Oct. 11 Word was received
hero today to tho cfTcct that a murder
had been committed on the now Govern
ment ditch near Reno. Nov. The man
Sled remains of E Griffith, a laborer,
was found along thc Southern Pacific
Railroad track, near the station of Derby.
J ho man s head had been crushed ln by
some blunt Instrument nnd his pockets
rifled, Indicating that ho had been mur
dered, robbed and the body placed on the
railroad track to conceal the crime. Thc
lp?s, "Sl tower part of tho body were
S. Yasutnml. a Japanese, was arraigned
before Judge Rolapp today on tho charge
of forging a check on Beason & Browne,
and was ordered to appear Thursday to
P cad. Dan Matlcalch, nn Austrian, will
plead on the same dav to tho charge of
Contractor J. P. O'Neill wns today dis
charged by Judge Howell from tho chargo
of violating the eight-hour law. The ovl
donco showed that the defendant was
engaged ln constructing a sidewalk for
private persons at the tlmo and upon this
showing the court dismissed the case.
A marriage license was granted today
to William Doyle, aged 30. and Miss
Edith Clausse. aged 21. both of Ogden.
Conductor Jako Rhine, who has leon
severely 111 for some weeks, 'has recov
ered, and will take his regular run again
Clarence Richardson, aged 21, nnd Louie
Rawson. aged 22, both of Plain City, have
been granted a llcenso to wed.
Charles Ashton today pleaded guilty be
foro Judge Rolapp to the charge of steal
ing a trunk from a Mr. Dolchontv on
September 13, and will be sentenced to
morrow. John W.-Gales of Rock Springs. Socialist
candidate for Governor of Wyoming, la
Work began today repairing the old Un
ion Pacific roundhouse for use as a paint
shop for tho Harrlman roads. Horeaftcr
the painting of all cars formerly done
clsewhore will be dono here.
Richard Loe Taylor, aged 21, nnd Miss
Myrtle Lyons, aged 22, both of Ogden. and
Travello W. Layne. aged 29. of McKeos
port. Pa., and Alice RIchy of Ogden, were
today granted licenses to marry.
Saturday next the Ogden high school
football team will try Issues with tho
Fort Douglas eleven at Glcnwood field.
Richard Rogers, aged" 2C, of Salt Lake,
today procured a llcenso to marry Mrs.
Tilly Rogers of South Weber.
Julian Houtz Is back from Malad, Ida.
Thomas D. Dee left today for thc
Today Is registration day and all vot
ers are requested to get their names
on the roll ns far as posslblo. Don't
wait until the last minute, as you may
be unable to got your namo on tho rolls,
and then you cannot voto. You must
register this year.
SURVEY OF IRRIGATION
CANAL ALMOST COMPLETE
Special to The Tribune.
LOGAN. Oct. 11 Thc party of United
StateB engineers, six In number, making
tho preliminary survey of tho proposed
Irrigation cnnal from tho Bear lako out
lot ln Bannock county, Idaho, to tho
southern end of Cache valley, near tho
lino of Wobor county, has nearly com
pletsd Its labors. Tho engineers aro now
at Mention, six miles southwest of Lo
gan, having made tho survey from tho
starting point near Soda Springs and
It 1b understood that this survey hns
been particularly under tho direction of
Chief llydrogiaphcr Nowell and on tho
ropoft of theso engineers will rest the
fate of tho ditch. A part of tho scheme
will bo to convert tho great Bear lako
and tho low land Just to tho north of It
Into an enormous storage reservoir. This
recommendation has been mndo to thu
Government and has been adopted.
This Irrigation plan. If carrlod out, will
be ono of the largest and most Important
In the lntermountaln region. It will
water vast areas of arid and soml-arld
lands ln Bannock and Oneida counties in
Idaho and in Ccchc county. Utah, a
vast portion of thc northern and west
ern parts of Cacho valley virtually aro
without wator for Irrigation purposes. A
great Quantity of wheat Is somotlmcs
grown on those lnnds, but It Is dono
through what Is known as "dry farm
Tho lands that will be opened up aro
wonderfully fertllo and will ho especial
ly adapted to beet raising and fruit
growing. The ditch will havo an olova
llon sufficient to water a vast ncicago
whero no water has over beon. and Ih
far above tho elevation of tho rcsorvolr
that supplies water to tho towns of New
ton and Clarkston.
Apply to American party headquar
ters, Atlas Block, for information about
Former Resident Returns.
Special to Tho Tribune
PAYSON. Oct. 11. Mrs. John South
w'orth of Oakloy, Ida., Is hero on busi
ness. She lived hero for a number of
ynars and proved herself one of tho most
energetic Republican woikors.
Sunday night E. H. Pulver and A, S.
HulBh, and Monday night Georgo A.
Pcery and Georgo Amos returned from
their trip to tho Fair nnd other Eastern
points. . ,
Tho case of John C Oravons vs. Ieaac
Shepherd Is on trial In Provo today. ThlH
1b a case of damngi agalnBt Shepherd for
having tho County Sheriff go up Into
Spanish Fork canyon ln Juno to search
for 100 head of shup which Shcphtrd nuid
were ln Cravcns's herd. Mr. CravcriB
LOW RATES EAST.
Via Denver & Rio Grande.
St, Louis and return 542,50
Chicago and return J47.50
Chicago and return via St. LouIh..$47.C0
St. Louis and return via Chicago. .J1S.75
Tickets on sale every Tuesday and
Friday. Final limit sixty days. Tranalt
limit ten daya ln each direction. Stop
overs ullowed. Through sleepers to St
Loula without change. Choice of routes.
I II I H I I I
I PARK CITY j
I TRIBUNE BUREAU,
LIGHT REGISTRATION ON
FIRST DAY AT PARK
Special to The Tribune.
PARK CITY. Oct- 11. Tho registration
today has boon very' light, duo porhaps
to tho fact that this Is the first day and
that a groat many pcoplo think tout
there Is no need to hurry. Also some
wero found who did not know that every
body must roglster this year. 'J'horo Is
to be a comploto new registration, and
those who do not reglstor this fall can
not vote. The following Is a list of tho
registration places In this place.
Precinct No. 1 Residence of W. D.
Watson on Norfolk avenuo.
Precinct No. 2 Rcsldenco of Mrs. Lowe
on Hobcr avenuo.
Precinct No. 3 Residence of John
Shields on Park avenuo.
Precinct No. 4 City Drug store on
Precinct No. G Resldcnco of Henry
Shields on Park avenue.
Precinct No. C Residence of Pat Tal
lon on Ontario rldcc.
Precinct No. 7 Residence of Charles
McDonnld In Ontnrlo canyon.
Precinct No. 8 Daly Wc3t mlno.
Precinct No. 9 Silver King mine,
Tho englno on tho local freight on tho
Union Pacific was derailed last night oy
running Into an open switch. At first
It was thought that traffic would bo In
terfered with today, but after a (ew
hours of hard work tho englno was again
on the track, the only Interference being
with the special, which was to leavo horo
at 12 o'clock last night, it falling to got
away until about 3 this morning.
"Arizona" drow a largo crowd at tho
Dewey last evening. In fact, It was one
of tho largest houses that has beon in
that place for a long time. Long before
the curtain rose every seat In tho houso
had been sold and standing room was
ongorly bought. Tho performance -was
P. McPhcrson came out from the city
this morning, where hb has been spend
ing a few days with his family.
Mrs. J. A; Perry and Mrs. C. T. Prlsk
wero passengers on the Incoming morn
ing train from Salt Lako. wiiero they
have been visiting for a week past.
Dan Lambert of Kamas passed through
tho camp today on his way home from
Work nt tho New York mine is slowly
but steadily progressing under the now
management. While not so much ore Is
taken out at present, that which 13 ex
tracted Is first-clnss and of tho highest
grado. Sinking on the winze and drift
ing on the vein are tho present methods
CASTOR I. A
For Infants and Children.
Tlia Kind Yon Kavs Always Duugtii
COSTS NOTHING IF IT FAILS
F. C. Schramm Gives Guarnntee Bond
With. MJo-na, Nature's Remedy for
Read the following plain and posi
tive guarantee that F. C. Sclrramm
gives with every box of Ml-o-na that he
MIIIHI -4"H-H-t t t-HH-f
T F. C. Schramm hereby agreco to ro-""
I fund the money paid for Ml-o-na on."
return of empty box. If thc purchascrT
4. tells me that It ha failed to cure dys-X
Ipepsla or stomach troubles This guar-X
4-antec covers two boxes, or a month's. K
treatment. Price, COc per box.
4- (Signed) I
Mi-0;na is the only remedy for dys
pop9la that Is sold on a plain and ab
solute guarantee that it will cost noth
ing unless It cureo. Begin Its use to
day with the knowledge that F. C.
Schramm will refund the money If it
This is the strongest indorsement that
he can give to Ml-o-na that he be
lieves In it so thoroughly that he will
return the money If it does not cure.
BURGLAR LOOTS STORE
AT SOUTH BOUNTIFUL
Special to Tho Tribune.
SOUTH BOUNTIFUL, Oct. ll.-Burg-Jary
was committed by an unknown man
last night at this place, tho store of Par
ley E Hatch having been entered and
several articles stolen. Tho watenman
saw a man come from tho store nnd fired
two shots after him, but tho thief es
caped. A report was at once sent to tho
police In Salt Lake, for It Is thought thc
man Is headed that way. Ogden has also
been ordered to cnteh him If posslblo.
Tho thief Is supposed to bo a suspicious
looking "character who was seen Hanging
around the store during tho day. It Is
thought he may attempt to dispose of tho
stolen goods along tho way. as thoy aro
of such nature to oscapo suspicion If tho
w-ork wero skillfully dono. Shoes were
nbout tho only articles unusual In a
peddler's outfit, and of these he took
five pair, nbout nine fine pocketknlvcs.
watch chains, scarf pins, rings, cufl but
tons, dozens of silk handkerchiefs and a
number of other articles. No denulte le
ncrlptlon of the man has been secured.
Bryan to Speak in Illinois.
CHICAGO. Oct 11. William J. Bryan
has altered his determination to stay out
of Illinois nnd will speak In this State
under the auspices of tho Democratic
Stale committee Octobor 26 to 31. Ono
mooting will be arranged for him in
Chicago If possible.
The Only Soap
which easily takes blood-stains
out Fels-Naptha. Soaks. Saves
I Our I hi
I .Underwear J U
I ! fl Says: fl
-Vt'T' "Wo Are Nextj to You,,' I I
jjj I underwear, and our underwear H
L k .. is right. Right in styles, in I !'
j j j colors, in makes and the low- f. i 'jH
( ( ( ness of VTXCC- ''1
rl 111 11 linen au find a place in our m
I fc MS large and complete line. i '
111..-. 1? e sarl; Uie underwear at
I ' S-SSt 50c' aml g0 in cas' ranses "p I
I to ?5. f
I ; UNION SUITS THAT FIT FOR. I H
I MEN AND BOYS, H
I Natty Suits Novolties M
I Nobby MwS Ram H
I Dressers. Coat,.
I 61, 63, 65 MAIN STREET. I '
We are the agents for Cresta blanca claret and f I 1
sauturne, California's finest tribute to the dining tables j ;
pf the world. '
RIEGER & LINDLEY, J
"The Whiskey Merchants." j J
Two Bullets in His Body.
OAKSDALE. Wash.. Oct. 11. Two bul
lets wero fired Into Charles Brown by
Frank Lewis while the men wero In front
of tho Commercial State bank thl3 morn
ing. Thc men quarre'id last night and
renewed thc dJ;:u.y on meeting this
pI Balding i H
P AFOUj'TELV PURE, 1
jj I HERE WE ARE AGAIN WITH
I j Have enlarged our store, added a Dry Goods Department to our already large stock
I and will sell reliable goods at reasonable prices. It will be to YOUR INTEREST I
I TO READ THE FOLLOWING ITEMS. We know they are less than
If their market value, but WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS. B
It! ' l 24 MAIN ' STREET lL 'I
H Cotton Flannel, good width, Best quality parlor matches, full Tho Hunter make Flour Sifters; Children's Ribbed Hose, fast 'jl
M worth much more: a yard count: not the cheap, won't light , , , . black, very durable, all sizes; a I rH
klud; 1 doz. boxes for 15o is the regular price; for only ptlir , W , iH
I e- , 10 cents 9 cents cgnts j
I Outing Flannel, striped, varie- Ladies' Hose, fast black, ribbed 1 3 '
g 1 ty of colors, just think of price;! slop Jhr3j fun siz0) with han. Bowl nnd Pitchor ftmcy shape tops, double heel and toe; special g
g a ynrd dies; a bargain at 90c; one to a pitcher, rolled edgo bowl; best bargain; a pair"
S Z s-4ti customer; each quality; sells SI. 35 regular; . H
I ! zn oc: 124 cents H
I Canvas Gloves for men or la- CCJltS S O CCfltS I I ll
i'dles, not the trashy kind; per Ladies' Belts, 16 different 1 S IH
' pair : kiuds, sold up to 50c each; your 1 ft ' tH
g 1 4- Tablo Tumblers at a never- Toothpicks nice, -clean, well- choice for gj H
3 j. J COtS heard-of price; theso are the regu- finished, double-pointed; never "f Q ffi S
1 lar 40c a dozon kind; only six to sell less than 5o; on sale a box I y CCfllS 1 ll
I each customer, at, oach for 1 $ H
3 1 Walstings, in strlpon and fig- I g , , jH
U ures, oil tho pretty fashionable -f m,-r ij.oit.IK 1
I 1 colorings! only, a yard- cOlt 2CCntS S P ap f H
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brown and bluo; a yard y only, a yard 1
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70c, 85c, $1.10 24! MAIN, STREET 50 cents ji