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All ti JL L1 A1C Kill
ALBl'JI KKiJI'K.
KIT. , 1.W
JJy in st- itii'.riB irotn Chase A
Sanburo we a; e authorized to el)
!iva and Mr la Coffee at the
dlowing price:
45-ent toffet at... 40 cent.
40-cent toffee ut . . .35 cents.
35-cent cotfee Mt , . . 30 cents.
30-cent coff r e it ... a 5 cents.
75-cent coffee at. ,.ao cents.
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114 V. Railroad It., llboqaerqaa, 1. 1.
MONEY TO LOAN
On piano. flrt-elaa fnrnlturn, eta,
without reroovaL Aleo on diamonds,
wmtohM, Jewelry, lift tnanraiiee poll
elan. Trust deed or any good secur
ity. Term tmt moderate.
II. SIMPSON.
f)9 Booth Second street, Albnjner
qaa, Mew MkiIoo, next door to neat
rn Union Telegraph oHic.
B. A. SLEYSTE11,
J ISSURIXCE
ISll BST1TB.
N0T1ET PUBLIC
Automatic Telephon No. 174.
BOOM8 IS A 14 CHOMWKLL BLOCK
SHIRTS
fit 10 ctnt dime.
Hare your shirt .a uu dried
Aod Uum 00 time.
At tn Albiqaerqat Steam Ltudrj,
Corr Ool t. Md Imh.
JAY A. HUBBS, Proprietor,
Pkoa. 14.
ALUUQUUKQUE
.FISH MARKET.
Headquarters for Fresh Fruits
and Vegetables in season , . .
Fresh Flah and Dreaaed Poultry.
206 and 203 South Second Street
JAMICH V. MAY,
CM TPidUma Arizona.
HAVB
400 Pure Bred French Merino
Backs for Sale,
Klghteen nnuiths olil, Ilavy Hhearer
li 10 27 pounds. IMivered on cr In
lota of bUor more at $10 p r hea l.
300 BUCK LAMBS
Dropped In February aame tock-$5
per head, r or range ttnerp Marino
beat then) all.
CALL. AT THB
PEOPLE'S STORE.
(U1UULAND BUILDINO.)
FKESH CROCBR1BS.
FRUITS. VEGETABLES
J. A. SKIN NEIL,
Low Price, and Courtaoua Treatment.
L. H. SHOEMAKER,
20S Tot Go!d Avenue next to Fin
National Bank,
, Furniture, Staves and Household Goods.
New and Second lluud Itepalrtng.
Korultur atored and packed forahlp
nimt. lligheNt price paid for eecoud
baud hniiHeliold K'i (in.
1883
1898
F.G.Pratt&Co.l
80 Id Agents
mi no and
Uro Brand
. tuned
Ootxla.
DIAL! ft IM
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
S14 S. Second St.
Hlll.boro
Creamery Huttet
be.l on banu.
Order.
Solicited
IxliTny.
CITY NEWS.
Call art Rankin for rl ..lata or la.ar
Hmu tt, M. T. AnuIJa banding.
Planoa tor reut. W hltney Co.
Carpeulera' tools. Whitney Co.
Picture frame made to order. Whit
ney Co.
Picture frame and room moulding
Whitney Co.
lierchaula' luuch every morning at the
rt mia aiepuaui.
A uew lot of boy.ililrt walHUaud pant
ai air. w iiaou a.
Carpet at lire aale price. Hay & Fa
ber, I1& tijlj avenue.
Harit line of children' achuol ahoee at
Ueo. C. Uuiuslfjr Jc Co .
For laova and embrolderle at half
price at IS. lire id A to a.
lllgtit prlotw paid for gent' clothing
1 uart , 111 uoiu avenue.
We will furnUh your houae on the In
atallment plan. H biluey Co.
He make a niwclality of children'
anew, ueo. C baiUHley a Co.
Talde linen, napkin and towela In
great variety, at May X Faber.
The btwt aummer fuel la Cerrlllua nut
coal; ti.2o per tou. Uahn A Co.
Whu', youth'e and cblldren'a clothing for
leiw iitau Lair price at ti. lifeld A Co a.
1. allies' leather be In, worth W-e, at 3"c;
beiia worth 6oc at ) each, ltoeeuwald
liroe.
The freeheet Htock of ataple and fancy
groceries are vo ue ouud at tiell Co. a,
Becoua mreel.
None but the beet artlnta employed at
iianu a barber auop, . 1. Artuljo build
lug. liullJH litd.
Look Into Kleluwort'e market on north
Third Htreet. lie haa the uloent treah
meal In the cltv.
Freeh vegetablea, frulta In seaeon,
txiultry and atuple grocer lee, at bell A
Co.', tMWoud utreet.
J. U. kluore. real eetete, lueurauoe,
loaiiM, mutmtrer Albuquergue Abstract Co.
New phoue, ti'i izl houth Uud ftreet.
Wauted Three or four furulehid
rooms for light housekeeping; lve ics'a
tlou, rent and particulars. AUilreea U.
V., Citi.kn olUce.
The best place for good, juicy ateat
aud roast aud all kinds of meat, kept
lu a Urst class market, at Kleluwort a,
north Third street.
Prof. ll Uauro, the beet violin teacher
lu New Mexico, will give vloilu leenoue
aud barm uy. Auyoue desiring Ills ser
vices should drop him a postal raid, tbl
city.
The first assembly of the university
vtuileuts will lake place to morrow
m irnlng at o'clock, at which time an
uoiiiKVLjHiiis will be UiBils aud oil er ei
ermses will take place. There will ba au
opportunity for reglatratlou at the close
MAN
Ini wiimi, tji MMta kr f ,
uitad tg tfflttnr ! th (IBS. Himn
will meat er-xiMlng to pruviueual
winyli.le tor twenty minute periods, nd
xerclsee will clone at 11.
Wallace Walker, a compositor In Thi
liri.KM ulli,-e, ,ad Ins huutlnir da-
ih" stoleu last II m lit. lie Inveelliiat-
ed 10-day aud found that a man, named
HtsMl, wlio was gi.ina to I jut i rupee aa a
truthful" wiiuees lu eonie e.-we, had Ink-
eu ibe dog along with In 111. Mr. Walker
placed the matter In the hand of tltf
Marshal McMlllIn, who need the wlrea,
with the result that the dtg will tie re
turned to lis owner title eteuing.
Harry V. hinlth haa on exlilhltlon lu
rmim 4, over the imsudlice, a tine collec
tion ol art rmtiroidery, stamped linens.
etc., In all the latest designs, and Invites
those lulereeted In tills work to visit and
Inspect the same ou neduesday.Thursiiay
aud Friday, I ruin V a. ni. to 6 p. m.
Dealer la Remington typewriter, the
landard typewriters of the world. Can
supply business olhcee with eiperleuced
stenographer to Oil permareut and tem
porary positions, at short notioe. liaiin
A Co.
Ixiul Kellogg, son of Mr. and Mr. M.
Kellogg, one 01 me Albuquerque volun
teers at Whipple Karrack. is reported
tick with typhoid lever, and an lumate
of the boepital at the barrack.
I'ndertaker Montfort to day receive,! a
telegram from the Koyal Arcanum
lodge, ol I'ort Huron, Mich, saving that
seiu Fancher insurance of .),mU lu
that order would be paid.
There will be a special meeting of the
Fergusson Hook A 1-a.ider Company this
evenibg. All member are requested to
aliend. Kd. B. lUrsch, Foremau. Hot
WclHiuald, secretary.
After a pleasant visit of a few weeks
to her relatives, W. II. Jennie aud wife,
Wise Dickermm left last night on ber re
turn to Fort worth, Texas, where she la
a school teacher.
The board of county com missloners
thl morning appointed Harry Fluke, sou
of K. I). Fluke, cadet to the Koswell Mili
tary Institute from this county.
Henry Warkentln last night received
a telegram announcing the death of
Adolph tk-liuetder, formerly of thl city.
at Jiuitown.Colo, yexierday.
Mis Berth Pope, a young lady of thi
city, left Haturday night ou an extended
visit to benver, after which she will go
to Prince Kdward Islaud.
The bicycle club will meet a Brock-
uieler ' thl evening at 7 o'clock, where
ollloera will be elected and a constitution
aud by-law adopted.
Oh.no! You are not looking thin. All
that you need I a clean (have, (io to
liabn'a barber shop. N. f. ArmlJo build-
lug, and gel lb beet.
Cyrus McDanlels, the saw miller n1
rauchmau at Han Kafael, was here a lew
hours yesterday, returning lu the even
ing to the west.
A. L. Chandler, the Hanta F 1'aclQo
conductor, and wife are spending a few
day at Harwell's place lu Coyote cauyon.
Hon. O. N. Marron returned last night
after an absence of several week lu his
his old home lu Port Huron, New York.
Kmiru for rent, with board. Itooiin
suitable tor two geutlnurtu. tS a week
with board. 4'1 north hixtu street.
Ihe cleauest aud best appointed bai ber
4hop iu the aoutbweet Ualin'a, N, T. Ar
ml jo building.
8. Sanders, an ei mayor of Trinidad, Is
in the city and I around among bis
friends to-day.
Oelegat U. B. Fergusson returned to
the city last night from ttaula Fe.
School tablets given with every pair of
stioea at Ueo. C. talnilty A Co'.
For meu',ladlea' aud children' hosiery
at balf price at B. lift Id A Co'.
Blanket and comforters, new and
fresh good. May A Faber.
Ladle wrappers, new fall style just
received at Mr. VS llsou'.
Shoe the children at Geo C. Galimley A
Co' popular shoe atore.
Htove repair for any atove made.
Whitney Co.
Fine china and glassware. Whitney
Co.
Crockery aud glassware. W hltuey Co.
School shoe at Geo. C. Ualusley A Co'.
Copper and tlu work. Whitney Co.
Ik Praia the Zunl Country.
L. Trailer, the well kuown sheep buyer
of ihls city, returned to the city yester
day from the Zunl country with K.
Webb, of Wichita, Kan., to whom he
-old about 2,IMiu wether lamb out of the
Nathan Barlb Hocks.
Mr. Trailer, while out In the Zunl
mountain, purclia-ed the Nathan Barlfi
lamlM, about 6,0ml, and vtates that ow
lug to the proNperoua conditlou of that
section of New Mexico plenty of good
grass and water- he found the lamb fat
add In the very best of condition.
Mr. rrauer sa)s that while tie and Mr.
H ebb were driving along, the son of Kd,
Provencher aud another boy came up.aud
the Urst uameil. In attempting to pull out
bl revolver to shoot at a rabbit, shot
himself In the left breaet. It Is the
opinion of Mr. Trailer that the wound
proved fatal, the lad bleeding to death
b -fore any attention could have reached
him
If yon cut rral ratals or lu.nrauea, call
aa Maukla, Kooui V, N. T. aruilju bulldlug.
W. HESSELDCN, Preaident.
Wlitiiey Company,
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE,
Furniture, Carpets, Crockery
And
Pumps,
Iron Pipe and
Fittings,
Belting and
Packing.
O. K. All Steel Full Circle Hay Press.
MAIL ORDERS HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION
OrriCl; AND SALESROOMS, 317-319 S. Second Street.
WORKSHOPS and Iti-AVV- HARDWARE, 115-117 S. I lrat Street.
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SPECIAL
Men iross
We need room, '::,;
for our now Hlock of wouIimi Dn's.sOood, w inch
will noon 1( nrriviiiK. We liave now nn im
meiiHo fltock of I)rt' (roo'lit on lianl ami nmst
rt'fluco name. In onlcr to attain thi eml we
will noil tliie ko1 at almost untx'lievcahle
Iaic'.
we nay, DresM (Jood't Hanainn, every
body know that we mean Dres (JocmI'h Har
KaiiM in the full cense of the word. We have
male these nales the talk of the town before,
we are determined to cap the climax with this
one.
THIS SALKistoheone of mutual benefit
ami Interest to the public and ourselves. A
benefit to the public in receiving their Press:
Goods at just about one half their actual value.
A benefit to us in dispo.intf of same, for reasons
above mentioned, although at or below cost.
We know we can interest you. Avail yourself
of this opportunity !
Mail orders filled same day as received.
ROSEIMLD BROS
THB CITT IX BRIEF.
fcriOBal and Genera) raragrapat Picket
Up Here ant There.
The board of aldermen will meet thl
evening.
Miss Margaret Kent, after a short vnca
tlon In Southern California, returned
home last bight.
C. II. Brown came lu frciu Magilulena
Socorro counly. Ist night, and cau be
found st Hturgis' Kiiropean.
H P. Owen, the clerk for Ibis judicial
district, left last night for Chlcag i. He
expect to I e absent about a week or ten
day.
Tho. S. Iliibhell, the popular stii-rilT
of Bernalillo county, who was st riant
Fe yesterday, returned to the city lutt
nlgtit.
The Jow A Lee rsstnnrant on Railroad
avenue, closed a few day ago 011 attach
meut, waa reopeued yeeterduy under uew
management.
Louis Baer, who manage the New
Mexico biHlnes of Kihcuihiiu Bros., the
wool merchant, wa a passenger going
north last night.
Hon. W. (I. Bitch, a well known O ld
Fellow of Han Auilre Park, In southern
New Mexico, Is iu the city, registered at
the Hturgee Kuropeau.
W illiam Mclutoeh and D. VvGllllvrsy,
extensive sbeep raiser of the Chlllll
neighborhood, are lu the city, and have
their name ou the Sturge Kuropean
register.
Mike Mandell, ex-mayor, retired mer
chant and well known capitalist, who
was at Santa Fe yesterday hobnobbing
with the wealthy, returned to the city
last night.
Mrs. T. N. Ramsdell, who wa In
southern California 011 a vacation, re
turned to Ihe city last ulght, much to
Ihe j y of ber husband, who 1 foreman
of the car building department of the
local shop.
MIm Kstella l.owery, formerly matron
of the Cheyenne Indian school In Okla
homa, will arrive in a few day to take
the position of chief matron at the local
government Indian school, vice Mr. Cul
berlHon who ha resigned.
Mis Grace Davis, the pretty daughter
of Kuglneer Havin at Winslow, I In the
city, aud will again becon e one of the
student at the I'nlversity. (iuxtave
Becker, aim of Col. John Becker, of Belen,
Is also to resume hla studies at the I'nl
verslty.
Prof. C. K. Hodgln, one of the Instruct
or at the New Mexico Ijiiverslty, aud
wife are today moving Into their new
home on east Railroad avenue, almost
opposite the university. The residence
they vacate on south Kdtth street will be
occupied by Mr. and Mrs. 11. 8 Lithgow.
There will be a meeting of the Soldiers'
Aid wclety at the public library at ID
o'clock to-morrow (Vied need a-) morning
W. K. WIUTNEY, Vlce-Preldent.
Glassware.
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SALE OP
The ladle are planning to glvearecep
tlon to the Rough Rider 00 their return,
and would like the co-operation of any
gentlemen who feel Inclined to assist.
W. B. Trull, the e Hideo t j ilnt agent at
Ihe depot. Informed Thi Citikn that
biHlue-wi In both the passenger aud tratllc
departments of the hanta Fe and Santa
Ke I'aclhV railways. I keepln? op splen
didly, and that In a very i-hort time the
roads wl'l be taxed In moving the orange
crop 01 1 auioinia 10 eastern market.
S. M. AslieiifeitiT, a well known at-torn'-y
of souttii-rn New Mexico, came In
from Silver City latt night, and rim
tinned on to Colorado Hprlugs, Colorado,
Hi'Ciuiipsnled by bis daughter, who will
attend school there this year.
J. C Hit'driilge, prol ate clerk, la In re
ceipt of a highly complimentary letter
frmn Oivernor Otero, saying that hl
tlnancial statement of Bernalillo county
is the not satisfactory received from
any clrk In Ihe territory.
Rev. H II. Kinney, wife and two daugh
ters, Marian and Hellna, who have been
st the La Vrgis hot springs th past
f.-w weeks, are In the city, registered at
the Hotel Highland.
Hon. Pe 'ro Perea. of Bernalillo, la In
the city today, lie will attend the
meeting nf the territorial republican
c-utial committee at Santa Fe Thursday.
Rev. (i. K Blrl-w, the Congregational
minister bt Han Rafael, cut west, came
In last r.lgl.t aud I stopping at the
Hotel Highland.
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LOTS FOR SALE
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Gold Avcnut and 7th, Corntr 75x142.
Silver Avno and 6tb, " "
M M M W U , M
..5400..
For either Corner.
Tbird Street between Coal and
Huning venue, Ten Lota,
..$1,500..
METCALF & STRAUSS,
CROMWELL BLOCK.
JC. f LOtRNOY, Sec. A Trw.
MeCormick
Mowing
Machines,
Rakes and
Reapers.
loods,
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115 Gold Avenue.
GHAHD FILL OPENING
Of Carpets, Matting,
Linoleum,
Blankets, Comforters,
Linen, Etc.
Wo start the Fall Season with a
Most Tempting Offering of the
Season's Newest, Best and Most
Desirable. j j j
We carry the Most Complete anil Best Assorted Lines
of Abavc Good and our prices MEAN A BIG SAVING
as comparen with the figures usually quoted by com
petitors, Everything left of ILFELD BRCS. GOODS will be closed
, out at
TJ'ire Sxle Prices!
Jas. L. Bell & Co.
DKALKKS IN
Staple acd Fancy Groceries.
TBI riDIT SIAS0S
in It. hrlRtitnuw. and you can't hirtc, triii h
fruit wltrll It. A 1 111 uiimIiiv. Ilkv IlkM .-Blr.
mrloi)., t-urr.nt., U-rrlr., bMii.nu., rtt r arr
now arllitiK at vrry low price.. Finer melon,
than our. w er. never Hrown. Tliey're a feaat
f,r all who iuri'tia.e them. Dnn't forKet that
Ihe trim .earnm'. uulns and that tannin i.tlie
lirat order ol the day. Now i. the time to lay
in a .tore lor neat winter. F ruit can't lie bet
ter or price, lower than you'll tind at our .tore
thi. week.
aUIIOOL Btl'l-LY HBADUUAKTKK4.
Reader 20c, 35o. 4nc, Coo and 7.V
t'opjr ImhiIim 1 y
t'ouiniiMlllou boiik 6
Hooirraphle 600 aud 1 311
Hnrne' I nluvl Hutn Hlrtlorr 1 10
Stel'g ck-leuorl ID
ArltbmaticM &00 and 70
HarutN,' Unu'l UUtory W'ld 1 "ft
Art Instruction 10
Model 10
So alat peuoll 6
hponirea 6
H latex front ftc to 30
Kaal blark bntN), doutila knaa, to
aud hrwl 10
Tit aam lu RltrH M't b; Ut iit
Hwit oil drain "Neer Kip" Hlioeg
6 to 8, Hoc; u to ri.ll.10; 12 to 2, 1 30
Tbl niakaa ttit) boat aclionl Hlioe on
eartli. V 0 alao carry cheaper ftraila.
Patent aitnuHlou band corduroy knee
pant. llSe 70c and 76e.
Itojs' waiata, 2oc and 3.ro.
TUK MA.K.
Wkt. Kif.KK, Proprietor.
Ilrllilanl Mio.a Poll.h.
No mlilnir, no dUHt, do aniall. Can be
ned ou a hot or cold Htove Hy mall for
10 ceuta per Imii. (I. K. Dkkny,
Old Alluiier(jiiH, N. M.
Kaukla lia. Mv.ral ut th. IimI ranrb. la
Hi. I.rrltury aul a nniulr of nl.gaul rw.1
d.uca. la tli. city lor ..la,
Cliy atoavaug.ra.
J. K. OrilKrtr A Hnu, vault and pens pool
clHanlnna aKi-lalljr. A card tlinniti
tlia poeUilllco nlll reoelyri prompt atten
turn or Iriave your ordnr at J. H. O'Keillj
.V Co'a. druit atore. Auknuatlo tuleplinu
2 Id.
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Of the proper style in
nfjiliirtes wpult! be folly,
when ue are scllimr tlm
must exipiisite Madras,
pique, nrul llannel shirt, P
check, stripe nnd the n3
prettiest patterns at such fi?J
a low figure. raj
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Farolsbiogs is Ciniplete
AND IIKill GRAHK.
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Next to Citizen Office.
Curtains!
WM. ZACHARIAH,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
VYIIEKLKR'8 OLD 8110P BKTWKKN
GOLD AND BILVKK AVKNUK.
Lock repairwl, keys made and all kluda
of repairing done.
Always Goods People
Want; Prices People
Like and unmatched
Values. Mail orders
Filled Same Day Re
ceived. m
We have secured the entire stock of 'The Wonder," consisting of
Dress Goods, Silks Notions, Lace and Chencille, Curtains,'
ladies' and Children's Shoes, Men's, I os and
Children's Clothing and Boots and Shoes.
The extraordinary low price and big hhIim, liuve kindly niiide a hole In the tock of " I lie Wonder," and we will
try to have thin week excell the preWoun two weeks and have rut the prices lower than Her. We only liuc one
more week to clone out the balance of the etock of "The Wonder," umI we will close it out; if' the pri -es
and quality ever m-lla 111 'rehaudise we ure mire of success.
Last Week of the Closing Out Sale
OF "THE WONDER."
Silk Waists.
liet ihe pries rl mat rla't add In th t tin -
ti tt 11 it and making, cum ure tie um
tuul with theae pnera t a the nia I. up
aitu le ai pricid here.
I'latn CVirtd Tatl.tf. worth
unl 1.S
I.udiea' I'nderaklrt. worth 75c. only.... 4Sc.
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Bedopreadal Bedspreads!!
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X Ira iil(, tic od he , y ymlily. only tic.
v. V . . - ,
Xlia bet r qrality wel .ortli
SI.UAuniy ' . is
Lace Curtain and
Cheneille 'I orterra
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v e only have (, ,. ,a, , ,,( ji,V(,
.U.k 'ell whuhwdl lie Mld it'K.rJ
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A. J. MALOY,
DEAI
Staple '
and Fancy
AOKXT FOFJ
0LUH HOUSE 0N'RI) GOODS,
Nrtini in Kipi i,
BELL'S SPRINGS CKUAUEUY BUTT EH
Tlio Famous.
118 Railroad Avf.
. bach E :h I.
KSTAHl
U 11 a t
HOTEL.
Wholr-lr
Liquors, Wines,
Cigars, Tobaccos
BAR SUPPLIES.
tfeneral Agents Tor W..I. lamp's St. Louis Boer.
EL KG A NT KUTAll, IlilAUTMHNT
Ol'EN DAY AM MOIIT.
Outside Orders Promptly Attended to.
Price Reasonable and Satlafaction Guaranteed.
BAGHEGHI Ik GI01H1I,
Proprietors,
107 4 109 Soa'.h First S'.::.1!, AlSoprque, N. M.
A GOOD Ml
WILL HELP YOU!
Catrh your train, or ki'cp liiislniwinBaifi'
incntH prompt lymnl true you irni-riil
faction. We keep ulwiivrtnn Tiiinil tlie liext
tiiuekii'Hr niu.lt. ami fin llirrinort- we
know lloW to ri'imir tlimn wln n tliev iret
nut of order. It Iihh Imvii nur lifi Ioiik
trade and liiHineHH, nnd we a-wnre you Kiitlio
lai'iinii aiweyM.
T. Y. MAYNARD, jeweler
Tatch Iiupectoe, T. & S. F. R.
E. J. POST & CO.,
TTTniTr,T7i-rrT
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We Carry a Full Line of Buckeye Mower Repairs. Thomas All -Steel
Easy Dump Hay Rakes. Milburn and Studebaker Wagons
Write for Prices. Mail orders given prompt attention.
Thn In.uranc.
The Caiupflfld Iiouho, deatroyed by Ore
Saturday, waa Inriured fur fl,(KM lu the
Mancheeter Itiriurauce company, fur
which K. II. Kent la agent; the furniture
waa lUHiired for 750 In the Koyal, Culley
A Armljo, agent.
Aak our wrapper ouetomer how they
like onr roodM. They will tell
are all rlirht and "awfnlli elieun " ti,mv
are cheaper now than ever. Koeeuwald
nros.
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DRY GOODS COMPANY.
Cheneille Table Cover.
; . worth HV. on y 4Sc.
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' Ulrat li llama k Liiit-n, onlv 22c.
II If " " 40c.
Nn kill's fringed, mail- of li e U-M (.f
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l "'li' Fancy Mom-, worth only... n t.
, La lie' 'rai.eis. only. Soc.
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1 "od iju.ilny Mialer I- lannel woith 1 1. .
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Heller Uualny Shake. r-Vu'aii.-l worth II. '
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ROLLER'S
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309 Topper Ave.
Honeahoelng a SpccUlly. Wagon Repair
log and all Other Kind, of BUclumith
Work Guaranteed.
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Agents For
STANDARD PATTERNS
The Most Reliable of
All Patterns Made.
Sure to Please.
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Miaaea' Shoes.
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Pants! Pants!!
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