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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 30, 1903,
ForUiowoek endins Tuesday, Sept. 29,
Day of Wccfc.
TUu rsd ay-....... .
Kainf all for the v-ek. 0.07
- Acouuiulatcd deficiency of temperature for
week, 27 decrees.
Onleial in CharRC.
Mr. W. J. Riley has taken a clerical
position in the Bank of Yuma.
Complete line of Havana, Mexican
rand domestic cigars at Tonini's.
Mrs. H. C. Haupt. of Fortuna, was
visiting in Yuma with her friends, Mr.
anil Mrs. Dan Devore, the past few days.
Fine confectionery at Tonini's. Fresh
from the factory.
Harry Brownstetter. of the New
York Store, has gone to San Francisco
to make purchases of a Fall and Winter
stock of goods.
Call up 'phone 212 if you -want to
reach .the Alpha Steam Laundry.
Frank Webster went to Casa Grande
last Friday evening1 on account of the
serious illness of his brother -Walter,,
who has been mining in that section.
Drink the original A. B. C. Bohemian
Beer. Kept by all saloons. Thirty
cpnts per bottle.
A train load of stock cattle, consigned
to Ballanoe & Dunlap, arrived here
If you want us to call for your laun
dry call up telephone number 212.
Alpha Steam Laundry.
O. P. Bondesson, county delegate to
the irrigation congress returned home
Saturday from Ogden.
.When we advertise bargains we sell
bargains. The New York Store,
. Sanguinetti's furniture and under
taking departments are now under the
competent charge of Ben C. Heyl.
Give us a chance to show you what a
little money will do during our sale at
The New York Store.
Johnny Wyatt, the well known min
ing man, passed through Yuma last
week on his way to Quartzsite.
We are prepared to make good every
statement in our advertisement. The
New York Store.
Miss EdnaGreenleaf and Miss Mar- J
pa ret Harrington returned If roui the j
Ciast iat week, and aiimed their
duties -as teachers in the public schools. I
If you want to save money yoo can't
afford to miss the opportunities offered
. ) . rrti ' 7vT cr. ,
Rev. J. A. Crouch relumed from
Tempe Tuesday, where be had been
See our display of line, stylish men's
hats, for 1.95. at The New York Store.
Iliss Addie Ingalls was the recipient
of a surprise party at Lev home in West
Yuma by her friends on Tuesday even
ing of last week. A plea?:int time was
ba'l by all present.
Calicoes, all you want, at 5 cents per
yard, during the sale at The New York
The Pythian order of Rathbone
Sisters initiated a new member, Miss
Alma Wupperman, last Thursday even
ing. Refreshments and dancing fol
lowed tle adjournment of the Temple.
Ladies 25 cent vests for 15 eents. dur
ing the sale at The New York Store.
Engineers J. B. Lippincott, E. T.
Perkins and Morns Bien were in town
on Monday, leaving the same day for
the geological survey camp at Cocopah
Don't fail to attend the room making
sale, at The New York Store,
Thos. H. Rynning. Captain of the
Arizona Rangers, was at the Gandolfo
for a few hours on Tnesday,
Ribbons, Ribbons, Ribbons. All
kinds of nice neck ribbons, 10 cents per
yard. Saturday, October 3rd at The
New York Store.
Mrs. Sheppard and niece, Mrs. J. B.
Coffee, were welcome visitors at the
Sentinel office on Tuesday. Mrs. Shep
pard returned to her home in Kofa
Special Ribbon Sale, Saturday, Oct.
3rd, at The New York Store.
Did anyone ever hear a song entitled
"'Swim out, O'Grady, Swim out"? Some
one- was whistling the tune on Sunday !
Now is the time to lay in your Fall
and Winter supply, during the room
making sale, at The-New York Store,
Dr. E, B. Ketcherside will preach at
the valley M. E. Church on Sunday,
October 4, at 11 a. in.
Men's .$2,50, $3,00 and'.'jO hats going
at $1,05, during the sale at The New
Question:-Did anyone see Postmaster
Chandler on Sunday night? He had a
new umbrella last June, and, so far as
known, it had never been "wet."
12, 15 and 20 cent ribbons will be
sold for 10 cents per yd., on Saturday,
Oct. 3rd. See window at The New
Thos. N. Wills, sheriff of Pinal county j
and famed throughout Arizona as aj
broncho rider, was in town on Monday.
Fifty cases of quilts snd blankets at j
rocR-oottom prices, at ine JNew York
If your spring wagon, buggy or
carriage needs repairing, take it to
DeNier's Carriage shop, the only one I
in Yuma.- - 1
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There will be a Library Party at
Elk's Hall on Tuesday evening,
October 13, to which all are invited.
Tickets are on sale at the Yuma Bakery,
at Sangtiinelti's and all the leading
stores. The oil painting to be drawn
is on exhibition at Sanguinetti's.
Found Pearl Worth $10,000.
What is said to be the largest pearl
ever found in America was recently
found by a poor fisherman. Experts
value it at considerable over $10,000.
This was a lucky find, indeed, but. if
persons who are weak and sickly will
commence taking Hosteller's Stomach
Bitters they will recover a far more
precious possession than all the pearls
in the world, namely, health. It is the
best health restorer known to science
and cannot fail, because it" contains
only such ingredients as will be bene
ficial to the entire system. It will re
store the appetite, strengthen the
stomach, liver and kidneys, and cure
nausea, belching, headache, indiges
tion, dyspepsia or liver and kidney
troubles. -The genuine has our private
stamp over the neck of the bottle.
Did It Rain?
Were it but the true "days of old,"
when "a year was as but a day" then
the Yuma press could blazon f3rth
somewhat as follows:
"Another of the longcontinued series
of soaking rains visited this section on
Sunday. While it is a matter of good
business for the umbrella dealers,to the
rest of us it .appears yery like a super
abundance of a good thing, and the
weather-bureau man had best take
However, it is degenerate days into
which the world has fallen, and days
are short, with 365 of them to a year: so
the rain but, come to think of it,, the
people hereabouts want, several and
sundrv millions of ronnd dollars because '
its a dry country and never rains, so,
''mum" is the word,
If you were in Yuma Sunday night
it's all right, and if not, why, it did'nt
rain a "little bit." Anyone that got
wet that night Just fell in the river.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-,
ward for any case of Cataarh that can
not be cured bv Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & Co.. Toledo, O,
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by their firm
West & TrUax, Wholesale Drug
gists, Toledo. O.
Waldin, Kinnan & Marvin, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, O,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous set faces of the system.
Testimonials seni free.
S'dd by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pill are the best.
List, of letters remaining unclaimed
in Yuma postofiice, wek ending
Seyiornber 30, 1903:
Aciina, J. M. Hiatt, Emma
Bro.vn, Ch.trles Hernandez.German
Dot en, Chona E. Lance, Ben
Dari ng. W, S. Lopez, .luana
Edson, .1. L. Sikivonah, R,
Farley, F. H.
Persons calling for above letters -will
please say "advertised."
R. H, Chandler, P. JsL
This is not a gentle word hut when
you think how liable you are not to
purchase the only remedy universally
known and a remedy that has had the1
largest, sale of any medicine in the
world since 1809 for the cure and treat
ment of Consumption and Throat and
Lung troubles without losing- Its great
popularity all these years, you will be
thankful we called your attention to
Bosch.ee Is German Syrup. There are
so many ordinary cough remedies
made by druggists and others that are
cheap and good for light colds perhaps,
but for severe Coughs, Bronchitis,
Croup and especially for Consump
tion,, where ihere is difficult expectora
tion and coughing during the nights
and mornings, there is nothing like
German Syrup, The 25' cent size has
Just been introduced this year, Regu
lar size To cents. For sale by DeVane
Two Souls and Single Thought.
"Smoking on the ear!" exclaimed the
disgusted woman as Dennis Flaherty,
with his long-stemmed pipe, took a
seat beside her.
'Oi am," rejoined Dennis betwee'n
long and determined puffs. "And av
ye don't l'oike ut g'wan up froont.
These sates is resairved fershmokers."
"If you were my husband I'd give
"Wud ye now?" (Puff, puff.) "Oi
think av ye wor me woife (puff) Oi'd
take ut." Lippincott's.
A Boy's Wild Ride For Life.
With family around expecting him
to die, and a son riding for life, 18
miles to get Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption, coughs and colds.
W. H. Brown, of Leesville, Ind., en
dured death's agonies from asthma;
but this wonderful medicine gave
instant relief and soon cured him.
He writes: "I now sleep soundly every
night." Like marvelous cures of con
sumption, pneumonia, bronohicisr
coughs, colds and grip prove its match
less merit for all throat and lung troub
les. Guaranteed bottles 50c and $1.00.
Trial bottles free at all drug stores.
At the Old Plantation the specialties
are Old Plantation and Hunter's Rye
SllAXSSBV A.VU MON'KOE & CO.
The "Bedrock" Work.
Late reports from the drill camp at
Cocopah Point are to the effect that
four holes have been sunk with a view
to locating bedrock. ' Three holes have
been sunk in the present channel of the
river. In the first bedrock was found
at 39 feet, in the second at (51 feet and
in the third at 91 feet. The fourth hole
was drilled on the east bank 400 feet
from the river and bedrock was reached
at 103 feet.
Bngineer Perkins, under whose su
pervision the work is being carried on,
stated some time since that 100 feet
would be the limit in depth that they
would care to go, but it is not thought
that a few feet in excess of this will
make any difference.
Fearful Odds Against Him.
Bedridden, alone and destitute. Such,
in brief was the condition of an old sol
dier by the name of J. J. Havens, Ver
sailles, O. For years he was troubled
with kidney disease and neither doctors
nor medicines gave him relief. At
length he tried Electric Bitters. It
put him on his feet in short order and
now he testifies: "I'm on the road to
complete recovery." Best on earth for
liver and kidney troubles and all forms
of stomach and bowel complaints. Only
50c. Guaranteed by all druggists.
Death of A. O. Lindgreen,
Mr. A. O. Lindreen, a respected citi
zen arzcJ one of the oldest pioneers of
this town and county, died from paraly
sis at his home in Yuma on Sunday,
September 27, 1903, aged 66 years. He
ieave a wife and four children two
sons, William and Frank: and two
danghters, Miss Tillie Lindgreen and
Mrs, L. D. Sortillon. The funeral took
place from the family residence at 4
o'clock p. m. on Monday,
What fs Life?
In the last analysis nobody knows,
but we do know that it is under strict
law. Abuse that law even slightly, pain
results. Irregular living means de
rangement of the organs, resulting in
constipation, headache, or liver trou
ble. Dr. King'e New Life Pills quick
ly re-adjusts this. It's gentle, yet
thorough. Only 25c at all drugstores.
Conference Returns Pastor".
It will be pleasant news to the many
friends of Rev. J. A. Crouch to learn
that at the recent conference at Tempe
he was, for the seventh time, assigned
to the Yuma pastorate. This marks a
continuous service at one charge that
is seldom equalled in the annals of the
Dr. Crouch will hold services as usual
on Sunday evening next, and Sunday
School will convene at 10 o'clock in the
THE LARGEST MAIL ORDER
HOUSE IN THE WEST..
The new fashion catalogue of Men's,
Women's and Children's vppavel,
house-hold supplies, etc.r issued bj
Weinstoofc, Labin & Co. Sacramento,
Cali., is the handsomest book ever sent
out by them. Many of the illustrations
are works of art. The book is free, 1
and valuable to haverwhether one cares
to buy or not.
Weinstock, Lubin & Co. do the larg
est mail order trade in the west. That
is proof that their goods, prices, and
service are of exceptional merit.
Billy Dunne has closed a contract,
with Heyl & Wadin for the construc
tion of a brick building, 25x00, on bis
lot immediately north of the Turf sa
loon, on the east side of Main street.
Work on the same will begin at once.
The new brick business house of Da
vid Balsz. is nearing the finishing stage
ai?d will soon be ready for the occupants'--the
Balzs market and Meedenrs
Frank Townsend's modern' new cot
tage is receiving the finishing touches.
The occupants of this cottage will
have a most conveniently-planned home
Harry Donkersley's comfortable new
dwelling is now finished, and adds ma
terially to the town's improvements.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Has world-wide fame for marvelous
cures. It surpasses any other salve, lo--tion,
ointment or balm for cuts, corns,
burns, boils, sores, felons, ulcers, tetter,
salt rheum, feversores, chapped hands,
skin eruptions; infallible for piles.
Cure guaranteed. Only 25c at ali
Smyrna Fig Culture.
The United States department of ag
riculture, in connection with the Uni
versity of California, has solved the
entomological problem of Smyrna fig
culture, in America. Thousands of figs
containing the fig fertilizing ittsect
were introduced into California last
year and successfully withstood the
winter climate, so that an unlimited
amount of fig insects was available at
the proper time for carification this
spring. This demonstration of success
ful hibernation assures the success of
fig culture for this section.
I rrf proved Ranch for Sale,
1 will sell, privately, my ranch ( pat
ented land)', the SWi of Section 7r
T. 0, S. R. 23' W., connected with both
gravity canals and both pumping sta
tions. Wash M. Gay.
Yuma, Arizona, Sept. 9, 1903.
The Yuma Bakery's Milk Bread is
conceded to be very fine. Try a loaf.
Remember the place, postofiice corner,
opposite Sanguinetti's. Some- store
keepers may palm off Chinese bread ott
your but insist on having Milk Bread
baked by the Yuma Bakery.
The faraons Kentucky whisky, Rich
land Rye at The Ruby. Sole agents.
A Good Appointment.
Governor Brodie last week appointed
Mr. A. F. White as World's Fair Com
missioner for Yuma county, and a
better selection could scarcely have
been made. Mr. White is one of the
energetic rustlers of the county. His
soul is in whatever he undertakes, and
just such a man is needed to arouse
proper action of the people and induce
that spirit of ambition that will lead to
the very best exhibit at the great ex
hibition of any county in Arizona. "So
far, apparently, there has been too
much apathy too little interest shown
in this matter, but ve hope now to see
more interest taken in matters of such
vital importance. It is certain that
Yuma county can make a showing of
products to be proud of one which
will attract the attention of all who
visit the fair, and prove the means of
inducing men of capital to investigate
its resources, and eventually to invest
their money here.
Not only this, but as a matter of civic
pride, every citizen should take an in
terest in this exhibit and assist sofar
as he can toward making it superior to
any other, if that be possible.
Mr. White is in receipt of a circular
from H. B. St. Claire, Secretary of the
World's Fair Board of Manager for
Arizona, giving information regarding
exhibits and inviting the cooperation
of citizens in making Arizona's exhibit
one that -will reflect credit upon the
territory, and attract the attention of
the world to our wealth of resources.
If Yuma county would rank with the
best and she can no time is to be
lost. The preparation of an exhibit
must begin now. A worthy exhibit?
cannot be collected and properly placed
in a few days, or even weeks' Yuma
county must "get a move on," All ex
hibits must be in place by April 1st,
Yuma can make as fine a showing of
agricultural or mineral products as,
any section of the territory and should
For any desired information commun
icate either with H. B. St Claire or the
commissioner for Yuma county.
An Interesting Event.
On Thursday, September 24, in Los
Angeles there occurred an event of in
terest to Yuma society. Then, it was
that Miss Nannette Sexsmith, one of
the fairest and most popular of the
younger set of Yuma's fair daughters
was united in marriage with Mr: Lera
Page, of Tucson. Tiie groom is also
well and favorably known in Yuma,
having been employed here by the S,
The wedding, which was elegant
while unostentatious in appointments,
took place at the Hotel Antlers at high
noon. The parlors were tastefully dec
orated with white and pink carnations,
smilax and ferns. Mrs. Curtis played
the wedding march from Lohengrin
while the ceremony was being con
ducted by the Rev. Robert Mclntyre, -
The fair bride was beautifully attired
in a-gown of tan silk, f rimmed in turquoise-
and white chiffon, with hat and
gloves to match. She carried aboquet
of white carnations, as did also the
bridesmaid, Miss Clyde Walker, of Los
Angeles, who was gowned, in white
Paris muslin. Mr. Fred J. Phillips, of
Los Angeles, acted as best man.
Among those present the following
were from Yuma: Mrs. F. G. Blaisdell,
Mrs. R. P. H. Laney, Mrs. C. L. Brown,
Mrs. D. L Russell, Mrs. G. S. Marable
and Miss Witheall."
Immediately after the ceremony the
bride and groom left for Catalina Is
land, On their return they visit friends
in Yuma for a few days, after which
they will be "at home" in Lordsburg,
Both bride and groom will bear with
them to their new home the kindest
wishes of their numerous friends in
The Sentinel acknowledges a call
from Mr. George H. Maxwell, who, in
company with Mr. M. Winsor, visited
this office for b few minutes. on Monday
morning. Mr. Maxwell is chairman of
the National irrigation association and
is the foremost advocate of national ir
rigation and reclamation of arid lands
in' the United States. To him more
than to any other man is due the pass
age of the national irrigation law. He
is also a strong advocate of the repeal
of the' desert land law and other laws
tha- conflict with the interests of the
roal home builders and is, further, an
active and able supporter of the plan
for government appropriations as an
auxiliary to the present revenue from
pub-lie" land sales, in the establishment
of irrigation" works. Mr. Maxwell is
very much impressed with the agricul
tural and horticultural future of the
Colorado river valleys and the mesas
and in his address at Elks' hall painted
a glowing, roseate picture of what they
would become under the beneficent in
fluences of national irrigation. Mr,
Maxwell is a man of pleasing personal
ity, very earnest and sincere in his con
victions. The irrigator, the water
user, the home-builder, is indeed fortu
nate in having such an able champion
of their cause.
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell left on Mon
day night's train for Tucson, where
Mr. Maxwell spoke to a large audience
POJjJJU curity. see Billy
Marvin at the office f the Yuma Title
When you come to town call at The
Ruby and see the latest.
The Yuma frieuds of George W.
McCaulley will, of course, be pleased
to learn that he is prospering. He is
now located in- the town of Imperial,
and is about to commence the erection
of a line bailding- to be used for a; hotel,
to be she leading hostelry of that new
Marigold Rye ut The Ruby.
Get the Most
Oat of Your Food
You don't and can't if your stomach
is weak. A weak stomach does not di
gest all that is ordinarily taken into it.
It gets tired easily, and what it fails to
digest is wasted.
Among the signs of a weak stomach
are uneasiness after eating, fits of ner
vous headache, and disagreeable belch
ing. "I have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla at
different times for stomach troubles, and a
run down condition of the system, and have
been greatly benefited Ly its use. I would
net be without it in rny family. I am trou
bled especially in summer with wetik stom
ach and nausea and find flood's Sarsnparilla
invaluable." E. . Hickman, Vv'.Chester, Pa.
Strengthen and tone the stomach and
the whole digestive system.
A Case for Charity
A boy, aged about seventeen, was
found lying unconscious by the side of
the track two miles east of Mohawk
Summit, several days ago, and was
! brought to the hospital here. When
examined by Drs. iCetcherside he was
found to have a badly broken skull,
several-pieces of which had to be re
moved. While imconcious the boy talked of
his heme and mother, and thus ft was
ascertained that his name is William
Otto and his mother's address is fcjan
Antonio, Texas. The father o'f the un
fortunate boy appears to have been
dead for ten years and the mother is in
As the boy needs better care than
can be afforded him at the county hos
pital the elder Dr. Ketcherside kindly
circulated a petition in tlfe boy's be
half, hoping thus to raise sufficient
money to provide a special nurse, as it
is believed that with proper care the
boy will recover. He is receiving all
the medical attention and care possible
under existing conditions, but the case
is one that demands careful nursing as
well. J j '
Board of Trade Officers Elected.
At the meeting held Thursday even
ing for the purpose uf perfecting the
organization of a board of trade, the
following officers were elected: W. E,
Marvin, president; E. B. Ketcherside,
first vice president; Althee Modesti,
second vice-president: F. L. Ewing,
third vice-president; F. L. Ingraham,
secretary: R. P. H. Laney, treasurer:
J. M. Thacker, J. E. Ludy, D. L. De
Vane, J. J. Thornton, E. B. Ketcher
side, W.. A. Bowles, B. F. Hopkins, C.
E, Denmark, T. D. Molloy, O. P. Bon
desson, W. H. Elliott," F. L. Ewing and
J. M. Molina, board of directors
The first meeting V)f the board'of di
rectors will be held on Monday evening,
October 5, at the court house. The in
come from dues will be used in prepar
ing literature and advertising matter
showing the agricultural and mining
resources of Yuma county and the ad
vantages of this section as a health and
winter resort. This is a move that is
sure to bring good results, and .it has-been-
advocated by this paper times
without number. The membership of
this organization is composed of reprt
sentive citizens of energy, all supreme
ly interested in the advancement of the
town and community and1 we look to
see substantial good accomplished
through their united efforts.
A o H. P. boiler and 8 H. P. engine,
for sale by David Balz. In good run
ning order, at Balz' Meat Market.
Come and see it.
TO CURE A GOLD IN ONE DAY
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
is on each box. 25c.
Cedar fence posts. Prices right.
Yuma" Lumber Company".
William D. Davis, a brother of Att
Richard F. Davis, is now in Yuma with
the intention of making this h's future
home. Until recently Mr. Davis was
in the employ of Hooker & Co., of San
Francisco, and will now assume charge
of the hardware, harness and glassware
departments of the enterprising Yuma
house of Johnson & Bowles.
Deputy Sheriffs T. A. Gondee and
Charles Clark, of Flagstaff. Coccnino
county, came in a few days ago with an
invoice of prisoners from' the north.
Mr. Clark is a brother of John Clark, of
this place, and the two here met for
the first time in eight years.
Assistant District Attorney Davis
has gained .4114 in heighth since last
Sunday morning. It's a sereri pound
boy, and Dr. Ap John says that the
only one of the family that worries him
in the least is the father.
Farm lands, town property, residences
and all kinds of real estate bought, sold
and rented by the Yuma Title Ab
stract Company, Bank of Yuma Build
Frank Jordan came in from the coast
Sunday and will remain a few days to
look after his Yuma county interests,
when he will return "to Riverside coun
ty. Cal., where he owns a line ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. Grumbles', who have
been visiting with their mother, Mrs.
Fuquay, left on Monday for Imperial,
where they intend to make their future
Mr. Li. D. Sortillon has opened a dry
goods store in the C. D. Baker block,,
and appears to be doing a very good
Mrs. Sallie P. Stratton, with her
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs-.
Hanby, have gone to Imperial for a
two weeks visit.
If there is anything in thq bakery
line that can be made from Hour or su
gar, you'll find it at the Yuma .Bakery"
pustolHce corner, - ' :
JOHN GANBOIFO. Proprietor
Dealer m General Merchandise
Free delivery to any part of the city. Satisfaction in
quality as well as price guaranteed.
Wagons, Carriages, Buggies and all
kinds of Farming Implements sold on small commission"
WE SOLICIT YOUR VALUED PATRONAGE
The Pioneer Mercantile House of Yuma.
Wholesale and Retail dealer in
flay, -Grain and Lumber, Boots, Shoes, 0c.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY.
Turns Out FirstClass Work,
JST Leave orders at Harry Morris s Barber Shop, west sfde of SJaJii Street,
DONALDSON & BAIRD, Yuma, Ariz.
Cofd Storage fop Our Meats
Keeps Them Fresh S Tender
4 P. B. HODGES, Proprietor.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in all kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats,
Butter, Eggs and Cheese. Most perfectly equipped
through my stock lately? Have you noticed
the class of merchandise that is being re
ceived daily in the different departments?
Do you know that when you send away for
things before looking for them at my store
that you are
I have established a most Complete
and Satisfactory -
Your mail orders will receive as careful and as conscientious
attention as you would personally. Describe what you want and
I will do- the rest.
and IVfain Sts,, Yuma, Ttrizona
If you have no idea of the size and quality
of my dry goods stock yotf had better drop
in and go through my Dress Goods, Koi:oiJSy
Clothing., Furnishing. Good Shoe, Hat and
Millinery; departments, and yoif vviiJ be pleas
antly surprised.- '
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