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THE DAILY CITIZEN!
by in.tn ctiocs from Chase &
Sanbui u we are authorized to sell
tava ana Mocha Coffee at the
45-cent coffee at. . .40 cents.
40-cent coffee at. . . 35 cents.
35-cent coffee at.. .30 cents.
30-ccnt toffee at. . .25 cents.
5-cent coffee at. , .30 cents.
ill I. b&Uru&dtT.,llbDqoeiqQ8,l.l.
On plan cm, flmt-elan f nrnltore, eto,
without removal. Aim on diamond.
waMhea, Jewelry, life Insurance poll'
etc. Trust deed or any food wcw
tty. Term very moderate.
ana. New Mexico, nest door to v
tog Booth Second
rn Culon Telegraph oOloa.
B. A. SLEYSTEll,
Automatic Telephone No. 174.
BOOMS It A 14 CUOMWKLL BLOCK
H. O. MAYNIU
(In I I J. SUUSSrw.)
Pure Jersey Milk
-Order Promptly Filled.
a ii IflrantM dime.
Have your hlrf lauodrted
od borne on time.
At tk albaqierqac Swam Latadry,
Cml OmU ava. mm aeaaad
JIT A. HUBBS, Proprietor,
MELIN1 & EAK1N.
1 bolero ind Eetill Liquor Dealers,
Family trade supplied at Wtaoleaal prices,
Kiclu.lr arnt (or the lamou YellowMooe
Wbiaky. All the etmndvd brand ol
ST. LOCIS ud 11LIA01H
Bottled beer In Hock. Kleant Side board and
Keadlrj room It Connection and War Bull
tloa rreab from the wire.
Headauarters for Fresh Fruits
and Vegetables in season..
Freeh Flh and Dressed Poultry,
204 and 208 South Second Street
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
214 S. 8econd 8t-
Beat 00 Hand.
Btov repairs at Fotrella'.
Piano for rent Whitney Co.
Plctur frame made to order,
40 eenU for 7-foot cloth shades,
Picture frame and room moulding
Merchant' Innch every morning at the
Baa the flue assortment of new turn!
tare, 'AX eoulh Klret street.
Tba bmtt summer fuel la Cerrllloa nut
Coal; !Uu per ton. llahn A, Co.
L'uloo made overall, only at the
Golden Bute Dry Oooda oonipauy.
Chicken and broiler, the beat money
can boy at th Ban Joes Uhb"T.
Kor granite-war, tinware aud atovea
aea J. W. Harding. 'ilX Hold avenue.
Th newest fad lust out. The Roman
belt. lust received at tba Kcunoutltit.
Somethlna- new. Pickled Lobster
Ileal. Try it. Ban Jobs Maukst,
Th bt iJ meu'a shoe In tba city are
old at A.Btuiiler & Co. urge aiuw store.
Triple (XXX) strength cider vinegar at
1'aluier A Maura, ouiy so cents per gai
Jauis 0. Kreeruan of La Crucs U
among the late arrival at the brand
Whit parasols, all lik, only 85 cent,
on aale at the Uoldeu Rule lry booda
Try our cooked corn beef. A delicious
luncheon dish ready fur the table. Ban
Joe 1 aUBKKT.
The cleanest and beet appointed barber
ahop In the aouthwest-Uahu', N. T. Ar
Kntrelle. corner Gold and Flrat etrt at
will aell you good wall paper at ltf
double roll aud op.
Our reduction aale on she-, aclaaora.
mora aud lack kulve will be continued
Donatio Hardware company.
Attend our mid-ummer cloning out
sale. Good aeaeonalil good wold at
ridiculously low prion. Koenwald
We have just reoelved a full line of
12 60 and 3.oo ladle' One Oi ford and
ih hoe. Ulve u a call. a. minpirr
feaswnabl. Th Railroad barber Shop
solicit yonr patronage- Kvetythlng !
e iw (line up. but our prlre remain the
asm, hhavlng, hlr cutting aud bath.
fi-tir chair. liMirennt.
J. K. Banchk. Proprietor.
A lady residing on th HleMnnili niet
THS Citi.kn reireeiitatlvlhl morning
and complained that trllr owning
home, burro, cow and other animai
allow them to roam at Urn at night.
The lady Mated that eh I trying hard
toraltw a lwn. hut fl d th tax almnet
Impoeeitde by the nightly raid of horn.
burro and cow une also eiavea mm on
two or thre occaelnn eh hail to get up
from her lep. dree herneir ana arire
the "peeky" animal i ft her lawn.
Mr. Tboma Phelan will r open her
Home" rMtaurut, corner of Kailroad
avenue and Kdiih etreet, on the Hign-
urnla with a Mindav dinner. Mr.
I'nelau proved quite a Dig Rlicre id in
re-uurant butiuen laet year, ana ne
will no douni meet with the earn guoa
uccem thl year.
Kplrlto and Kellclano Lucero. the two
brother ebarged with the murder ol
Uouaalea at Alameda, have farulnhe.1
bonde in th aum of to.OU) each and are
bow at liberty. Iheir bondnmen ar
Kranclnco Lucero, Jone L. Miller, Kugeoto
P. harela, Alejandro eaudoval aud P. M
M. B. Rafleld, a prominent baxtne
geutlemau of Colorado Hpring. Colo., la
at Blurs' Kuropean. Ha 1 to-nay coi
ect In views or tne eiicni or 0111 towu
and will nd tlien north to Colorado.
Mr. Kaheld will leave to-morrow morn'
lug tor HerinoHlllo, Meiloo.
1:. K. MflKe. the nrluter who wa eon
fined to hi home on account of on of
tiiona "vellow" a'gna, wa up ano oowu
town tbla mnrutng. Ha look a tittle bit
like a man that bad fooled with thebois
aaw, but Da will nut Da marieo. very
"Cuba' Victory." "The Maine B
meiubered." "Tb Death of huMgn Hag
lev." a very pathetle ong, by ttaldwlu
All three of then 11 aong lor 1.11, at
V hltoon'a munlc store.
J. P. Lants, reprenentlng John Flnn-
gan A Co., wool merchant, reiurneu
from the wmt lat night. He wa on the
pHMwnger train wrecked a few day ago
at Bt. Joseph, Arlsma.
l)r 1. K. Pearce, one of Albnquerqne'
oronitnent ohvelclan. la eoeuding a few
day at the Sulphur but eprlng. where
Mr, rearo and aaugnter nav oeeu ine
pat week or ton day.
Prevent accldeut aud save yonr lire.
by nalng Harvey patent wbifflxtree
honk. Kor aie by tne aiann oamery
Co . north Second street, sole agent lor
Arthur Sweet, chief clerk of General
BiiDerlntendent Mudg. of the Banla Ke
railway, panned through th City for Han
Marcial on Wednesday num.
Rev. K. H. Anhmnn. auperlntendent of
Congregational mlanlon In New Meilco
and Arnona, ten lor flagman lani uignv
John L. Klnhn. an employe at th Ban
ta Ke Paclllfl railroad shop, left with bl
(mlly for lopeka, Kan last night.
Mr. B. K. Newcomer and baby, who
hare been visiting with friend In the
eaet, returned to the city lat night.
Attorney 8. B. fllllett returned from
ftnnta Ke lant night, where he ha been
attending the supreme court.
George. Little and Kdlth Irwin, thre
children from Kankakee, 111., ar regis
tered at th Hotel Highland.
H. M. Dougherty of Socorro, who ha
been In Santa K on supreme court mat
ters,went south but night.
Wa are offering 10, 12 and 14 feet
Kclltwe windmill at low price. Dona
hoe Hardware company.
Harry MrCna, who ha been playing
haneball with the Fresno team, returned
bom last night
Give us your order for poultry to-mor
row. Satisfaction guaranteed. Ban
Wanted a capable woman for second
work. Apply to Mr. N. B. Field. 1301
Wanted Boarders and roomer. Ad
ply at Mr B. Fisher's, U08 W Lead Ave
Deputy United State Marshal Coprlano
Baca cam up rrom nocorro last mint,
Ton can get Kansas mutton at one
place only, the Ban Juhs Mabskt
Mrs. N. T. Armllo and son leave to
night for a short visit to Santa Ke.
Spring chickens at Palmer A Frank',
Mo. J3 nortn rirsi street.
Gold Band bacon always on hand at
the San Joes Mahkit.
Fine china and glassware. Whitney
New bicycle at Futrelle's only $28.
Lamp and trimmers. Whitney Co.
W iwd Wam m& mm nnnnnmirainiv I
An n 1 ir 11 in i n ui i i iy
U11UJJ uii uniuiui 1 1
F11M T-IT. until fnrtlmr notice, we will offer our entire ntiK-k of summer
gMS14 Ht prlre ID Wl IJieill runt INK 1 '" iiimii,- miiniiiH nr,i. in, ni.,
dirwlly, lint we believe it to lx t our Interst by clHing out thH w-hsoii's gmnls l
cunt, or even below cost. In order to get a iresn stocs rnr tne coming season, une
of the nieniliers of our firm I going to the enstern markets within a few weeks,
and newgiM! will begin arriving witnin moiun. neneeci room, ami we neeu
alsive all, MilNKV. The Almighty Dollar will be mlghter in our store within the
next few weeks ttiail it has ever l'en before, snu mat is saying a greai neai. imn v
let Is-low prices mislend yon as to iimlity. There's not an article mentioned that
isn't worth almost double. You will agree vvlin us When yon nee tne gooon.
LAVNS, ORGANDIES Etc.
Lace stripe Lawns, worth
lic per yard 7c
Plain Lawns, in floral designs
and stripes, worth iJJc 7
Organdies, Lappets and
Lawns, worth lTyic and
20c per yard 11c
Organdies, worth JSC per
LADiES' SHIRT WAISTS,
They are all this years styles,
perfect in fit and wot kmanship,
and not to be compared in quality
to many inferior goods offered at
so called Bargain I'rkes. We
offer them at our actual co.t to
close them out. Thty go now
from , 45c to $1.25
Former price 65c to $2.50.
Ladies' Vests, worth 6c, now
3 for 10c
Ladies' Vests, worth 10c, at 0c
Ladies' Vests, worth 15c, at lOc
Ladies' Vests, worih i$c, at 15c
Ladies' Vests, worth 35c, at 20c
Ladies' Vests, worth 40c, at 25c
Ladies' Lisle Vests," 6oc, at 4U
Six weeks ago we had 250
skirts on hand, now we have 50
That's a great many mote than
we want to have when our new
ones come in. We have only the
better quaiitu s U-ft, in black and
CfcWs, now f r $1 75 to $3.0O
They were $2 75 to $500.
We have placed on sale several hun
ts dred pair of .
At greatly reduced prices in order to close out broken lines and
get ready for our fall stock. We offer several dozen pair of
good quality Calf Skin Shoe, formerly sold at $2.50 to $4.00,
Also 20 dozen pair of Goodyear welt Shoes in Lace and Con
gress, all kinds of toes, black or tan, and formerly all the way
from $3.50 to $5.00 a pair, at only
Finally we have about 100 pair of Hanan & Sons celebrateP
shoes in Oxfords, Southern Ties, Lace and Congress, represent
ing all of our broken lines, which are worth anywheres $5.00
and $6.00, at only
Kiinal bargain In all other departments which lack of space doe not permit
us to mention.
TBB C17T IF, BRIEF.
rcrsaaal sad Gcaersl Psrs-rspas ricked
Op Hers sod There.
Henry Honing, the Show Low.Arlsona,
general merchant and stock raiser, la at
the Hotel Highland, coming In from the
went last nlghU
Min M. K Klournoy, sister of M. W.
and J. C. Klournoy. who ha resided In
Ht. liils th past two year, returned to
the city lat night.
C. W. Medler, city clerk, and family
went out to the mountains to-day, where
they will spend a few weeks during the
hot mouth of August.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Calhoun, of this city.
ar enjoying a visit from Kred. Pratt and
bride, uee Mis Kama lainonn, wuo
were married In Socorro a few days ago
8. 0. Rosa and wlfa returned lst ulght
from th east. Mr. Hons Is superintend
nut of th Presbyterian mission school,
and he and Mr. Hon were united in ine
holy bond of wedlock at Goodell, 8. V., on
Mrs. James Carmen, ne Mis Llssie
Kolsom, formerly a school teacher of this
city, came In from her visit to southern
California on Wednesday night, and con
tinued west to her home at Gallup last
Rufus Goodrich, stenographer for John
Denalr at Needle, who has been on a
vinlt to relatives In Chicago, panned
throuah th cltv last night on his return
to Needle, lie report bavlug had a
most enjoyable visit.
B. G. Wilson and wife will leave this
evening for Hanta Fe and Las Vegas.
where Mrs. Wilson will visit friends ror
a few weeks. Mr. Wilson la the manager
of the Continental Oil company, and he
ill return to the city In a few day.
Mrs. T. Chlntlng of White Oak left
for Hhelbvvill. 111., last night, after
soendlng a day viHiting with Mrs. K. U
Oak in tnis city. airs, imnziug is
under the present conditions mi to the
advisability of holding a fair. Kvery
person who eutmcrlbed su or over is,
therefore, asked to meet on Monday
evening, August 8, at th ball of the Ker
gusson book and ladder oompany, and
take an Interest In th discussion and
voting. It In very desirable that all be
represented In person or by prosy, a th
meeting will decide the fate of the fair
for thl year. ComiiTTSk.
If you will call and see these goods you will be convinced that
they are all Bargains.
THE RAILROAD AVENUE CLOTHIER.
SATCKUST'S SPECIAL SALS
AT THS BIST ITORS.
A fonr ounce bottle ei tract of lemon .2Sc
2 large cans of broiled mackerel &s
'i cans best California 2fC
3 cans French pea
2 cans blneaonle :
1Q lbs bent potato o
Imported sardine 10e
See the drummer aample lot of men s
pant, shirt and underwear.
W'M. Kiike, Proprietor.
sister In-law of Al. Parker, formerly an
engineer on the Atlautlc and Pacttle rail
There ha been a rumor floating
about th city for a few days past to the
effect that certain railroad otrlce were
to b moved back to Albuquerque from
1.0 Angeles. Th only authority for tne
rumor that could be learned wa the
statement of a gentleman visiting here
from Los Angela, who said that he had
heard It so reported in thut city.
Th committee having In
snhscrlnt ons for th
having succeeded In raising the list to
such an extent where, with a little more
work th whole amount of money re
an red S3.UIU can be ansurea, mm 11
desirable, since It 1 th Intention this
year, a ha been before explained, to let
the Deople who furnish the money mau
aire the organisation, to call a meet In
of the subscribers aud let tbem decide
Our Ignorance of things make them
wouderfiii to us and our (nm'llarity with
tlieiu priMlucen contempt an soon a here
tofore inexpilcnbts things are msde
plain to us. Ve are not so much au
noyed at the new discovery as wa are at
ourselves tor not having seen and un
derstood them before. The subtlety of
Hindoo metaphysics ban constituted a
perpetual sluiubllng-biork to wvstern
rholarn, or whom a majority nave mis
apprsheu ed Hi Idea of Nirvana so
ormple ely aa to rite, In proof of the
atheism of Buddhism, a doctrine wnicn
really the loftiest aud most purely
plrttual the human mind ha produced.
lo convey a correct inea 01 nirvana
upon which telepathy and the phemon
lion of the human mind rests I a
dilllcult on to all of those who
have uot taken an Interest In It atudy.
Th explanation of it by a Hindoo sage
is rolbly th bent and will come
nrarer couveying a correct Idea:
"It cannot be said It Is produce,, nor
that It Is not produced; that It Is past, or
future, or present; uor can It be nam
it Is the selng of th eye, or the bear
ing of the ear, or th smelling of the
none, or the tasting of the tongue, or the
feeling of the bodv.
while It is imperceptible ana intan
gible It is a pure, delightful peroeptloa
of the mind, whose existence Is known
though it cannot be seen or analyzed
and predicted to he the Infinite des
trevtr of sorrow in th world.
Th face and tne paun or in nana
are th dial upon which are written the
various convolutions or ins brain, design
obliterate them In the countenance, but
th Hue In th hands ar unalterable
and Indlstructlble. It I In these that
Prof. Harding reads you through the lui
prasslous of the mind on them aud they
unmistakably tell of what yon are. Con
sult him. Room 31, Armljo block.
FIRE 5 ALE
OF ILFELD BROS. STOCK OF
A. J. MALOY,
t)K LER IN
AG KMT FOK
0LU It HOUSE CANNED GOODS,
Mono to Equal,
BELIS SPRINGS CREAMERY BUTTER
118 Railroad Ave. Albuquerque, N. M.
O. BACH Em I.
II Ol I mt IBSSWBW
1 ti - rr T7 r "
Wboleul Dealer In
Cigars, Tobaccos I
$ General Agents for W. 4. Lemp's St. Louis Bcor.
Curtains, Rugs, Linoleum,
Comforts and Everything in the
House Furnishing Line!
SPECIAL SALE OF
ELEGANT KETAIL DEPARTMENT
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Outside Orders Promptly Attended to.
Price Reasonable and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
BACHECHI & GlOiVll,
107 & 109 South First Street, -
Albuquerque, N. M.
H. O. Burstini. the efficient sheriff of
Socorro county aud his bride, formerly
Min Luln Moor of Hllver City, passed
through th city last night on their way
to Las Vegas, where they will spend a
portion of their honeymoon visiting
friends. They will go from there to
Omaha to attend th exposition. TtlK
Citi.kn wishes this estimable couple a
happy and prosperous journey through
Clprlano Paca, deputy United State
marshal for Hocorro couuty, Is registered
at Sturgen' Kuropean.
furtains and Carpet Remnants.
Having purchased the above mammoth s'n.k from Ilfeld
Bros, we will place same on sale at ledkulously low prices.
MAY k FABER,
Next to Citizen Office.
W. HfiSSKLDEN, President.
W. R. WHITNEY, Vlce-Preldnt.
J. C. I L011RN0Y, See. Treas.
Mrs. Q A. Wall and children returned
from lopeka, Kan., last ulght, where they
have boeu visiting relative for some
We pay the highest market price for
poultry That' th reason our chickens
aud broiler ar always the beat ttiii
Oakey's hack, all night, baggage and
transfer wagnu to mldulghk Leave or
der at Abel' cigar store. Automatic
'phone No. SMi
Blahop i. VI. Kendrlck and wtf ot
Phoenix, Arts., arrived In th city last
nlirbL and after spending a few day vis
iting with friend her, will leave for
H. M. aloutallu, the Denver piano
dealer, who ouoe upon a time had aome
business Interests in this city, cam In
from th north last night aud ha a room
at tba brand Central.
Dealer In Remington typewriters, the
staudard typewriters of th world, uui
supply buslue otlloe with experienced
tauixrraphers to 1111 parmarent aud lam
Dorary posltloua, al abort notice Hahu
Visitor to Albuquerque sr Invited to
tak lodging at th Railroad aveui'
bouse. Everything neat and olean; price!
Jas. L. Bell & Co.
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE,
Furniture, Carpets, Crockery
Iron Pipe and
J Belting and
809 Copper Ave.
Horktshoong a Specialty.
oc k Guaranteed.
ing and all Other Kind oi
A DOCTOR'S VISIT
is always followed by a doctor's
prescription, and when you want
to get it filled promptly, accurately
and from the purest and freshest
drug?, bring; it to us. Physicians'
prescriptions are a specialty with
us, and we hare all the newest
discoveries in medicine that can
fill prescriptions from the best In
Our prewHntlnn counter alway Id char of
graduate ol pharmacy.
J. H. 0'RIELLY k CO.,
WE WANT TO-
Customer ol ours. We will try to
The KmnTrorrrrt reading of the tove aent ejtiy
mail MtHidav, An. In", will receive a Mili
tary Souvenir spoon.
T. Y. MAYNARD, jeweler
Watch Inspector, A T. & S. F. R. R.
If you Intend to enjoy yourself In the
mountains this summer, remember the
sulphur hot springs, nestled In a valley
of th Jemes mountains, can uot be sur
passed for erenary. Kor particulars
writ to W. L. Trimble A Co , this city.
Indies' leather belt, worth 50c. at 30c;
belts worth Due at 80c each. Koenwald
Think ot it! Buying ladles ahlrt
waists at 10c; ladle wing slaev vest at
2c, children' tan or black shocking at
31o, only to b bad at the Oolden Rule
Dry Goods company.
Oh, no! Ton are not looking thin. All
that yon need I a clean shave. Go to
Hahn'a barber shop, N. T. Armljo build
ing, and get the best.
Always Goods People
Want; Prices People
Like and unmatched
Values. Mail orders
Filled Same Day Received.
DRY GOODS COMPANY.
The Most Reliable of
All Patterns Made.
Sure to Please.
TBI riUIT SIASOR
In It. hrlglil now, and you can't hmeUmnuirh
'run wlit-n it. A 1 In quality, like the water
melon., i-urrantM. Icrri-., tanunn.. eli ., we are
now arlllnK at vr ry low prlira Finer melon.
Ilian oura were never urowii. They're a feaat
tor all who pu-rluae llietn Hin t forget that
llif Hint .canon', lioing and that i anion lathe
hr.l orlrr ol the dv. Now la the lime tu lay
ill a .tore lor neat intrr. emit can't lie bet
iiroi pin r. lower than you'll On J al our ator
O. K. All Steel Full Circle Hay Press.
MAIL ORDERS HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
OU ICli ANO SALESROOMS, 317-310 S. Second Street.
WORKSHOPS and HEAVY HARDWARE, 115-M7 S. I Irst Street.
this raiKi his; faihii
Nik Mau..,u.nt. Naw OiMMla, Maw Price
-Keatl aad Ken.ct.
To make room for the Immense stock
of toys, uot ions, china ware, glassware,
small hardware, kitchen utensils, etc..
etc., the stiH-k on hand will be sold re
gardless of cost, aud to begin with, a
thousand and one articles have beau dis
played at a uniform price of fi cents.
Many things sold usually at 15, 20 and 115
cents, will go tor a nickel, 5 cants.
Among the variety we have noticed tack
hammers, whisk brooms, glass cutters,
stove lifters, milk pitchers, pocket knives,
meat choppers, soap savers, mouse traps,
ice picks, granite kltcheu spoons, comb
cases, egg breakers, coffee stands, etc.,
etc. All go for 6 cents ouly al
UII South Klrst street.
Houi. Hailrri lrd.
Klve pounds 411 cents.
Ten pounds "fl cent,
fifty pounds It.
bl.NCMiKU MEAT N1 Sl'm.Y CO.
Although some of our shoe during the
sals go at au actual loss, we consider It
busiusa to so dispose of them and avoid
accumulating old stock, bee our win
dows Blmim htern, the Railroad ave
Th work of laying a cement sidewalk
on the north aud east side ot the Wan
Kellpe hotel wa eouiuienced yesterday
under Instruction from K. K. Hturge.
James MH'Orrlstou ha charge of the
1 job and Tony Caccavlllianl 1 putting lu
the stone retaining walls.
Stove repair tor any stove made,
Is popular in this storo at all times. It's
particularly popular just now; the rea
son is an ebbins season. Summer mer
chandise must move. The harder wo pound the prices, the quicker
the goods change from our possession to yours. Prolits don't
worry up, its not prolits we're after. Remember theso two facts,
first, nearly every article heretofore advertised will bo on SALE
this week at tho special price or a lower price.
SHIRT WAISTS Balance of Shirt Waists put in 3 lots to close out at 10c and 25c.
LADIES' RIBBED VESTS 4 lots to close out at !Uc, Jc, 12uc and 14c each.
LADIES' NECKWEAR a lots to close out, balance at 5c and 10c each.
LADIES' HOSIERY Special, black or tan color, He a pair.
LADIES' FANCY HOSIERY In plaids, dots and stripes, to close, 2 pair for '45c.
CHILDREN'S HOSIERY Special, black, or tan, ribbed, to close out at S'c.
CHILDREN'S Fine Embroidered and Lace HOODS Divided in 3 lots at 25c, 35c, 45c.
LAWNS and DUCHESSE ORGANDIES To close out balance, o and l4c.
ORGANDIES Finest quality of French Organdie, worth 30c, now 15c.
DRESS GOODS Special Brilliaotlne, all colors, at 25c a yard.
DRESS GOODS All wool, nice goods, big lot, 22c a yard.
LACE CURTAINS - Odd lots, which we have 2 to 4 pair of a kind, $I.OO a pair.
HANDKERCHIEFS J lots, Embroidered and Inital, special value, 10c and 5c.
TABLE LINEN, NAPKINS, BED SPREADS at SPECIAL CUT PRICES.
EMBROIDERIES AND LACES- Reduced one-quarter and one-third in price.
BLANKET SPECIAL. Wo bought entire sample lino of
Blankets from John V. Farwell Co., Chicago, at i oil" wholesalo
price. Will sell them same way. Come in investigate our goods