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i-THE EVJINDTQTIMICS; THUBtAY,g JUUJ8 4. 189a.
!EL0 UPTHEORUG STORE
HIN CLOTHES ot every" descrfptioffTor Men "and
coys are mj$kjs in abundance. Sits in Unhned
"I'M. A A1 r. ...4 f.. i da. ia.nn Dlia T1 .. t 9 O ..
13th and F Sts.
5 Tow Linen. Russian and American Crash; All sizes. In
i all proper qualities.
Thin Coats 'and Vests,, in every correct fabric. Cut
d right. Made right. Prices right.
t Blue Serge Coats, $4, $5, $6, $7.50.
i Duck Trousers, $1.5o, $2, $2.50, $3.oo.
J Light-weight Underwear. All grades and colors.
5 Specially good value in Jeans and Nainsook Drawers at 5oc
I The most complete line of GOLF and BICYCLE HOSE
in town. New colors and combinations, Si.oo-to $4.oo.
Biggest assortment of Boys' and Children's Straw Hats
w ever shown in Washington. New Shapes. "New designs.
$ New Braids. 25c. to $3.00- Men's, too. All styles. Soc.
t to S3.5o.
J New colors in Tan Shoes. The latest is Oxblood. They
4 are $3.50 and $4.00 elsewhere. Our price is $3.00.
ROBINSON, CHERY & CO.,
I 12th and F Streets,
tV ''' ' ''.'
For one week we offer
every $7.50, $10 and $12
Suit in the house at only $5.
Not goods bought to sell
cheap, but our regular stock
made up for our regular
trade, and absolutely guaran
teed by us.
New York Clothing House,
31 S Seventh Street. ff
UlCTOR E. ADLED
f 923, 925, 927, 929 7th St. N.W. II
THE GREATEST OF ALL CLOTHING SALES,
"Which paralyzed tlio Clothing world and made Clothing buyers
btund aain; and almost aghast at the fearful slaupliter of Values
is ncaring tlie cud. Many of our finest goods are yet to he
sold. Conic and take them for
ONE-HALF THEIR VALUE.
Gray Hairline Suits, dark cord (TO rn
-n-eae. audtbe always reliable Ox- 4)0.uU
lord Mixtures. Regular prices. 7. T9 QO
Blue and Hack ClieTiot Suits, ffr nfl
Steel-gray Cassimcrcs. Silk Jlix- 4U.UU
tures. Marney Tweed and Illue and
uuc- Herges, nn-wool. ue;;uiar rrn rn
prices, j:0, Eli50..
Harris' hairline Oassimcre Suits, fffj IT
Slack Cheviots. Thibet Clotli. Blue $0. 0
iasonal. Scotch Tweed. Home-
(nun and uiay Horstei hum in
tingle and duublo-brcated sacks.
Regular prices, 13, 515
Scotch Plaid Suits Ihuinochburns. ffO IP
Tweed. Cassimtrrcs. Cheviots, 3IO.3
Worsteds, Series and SIietlands.fT I n 110
Regular rrices, $IT.5, till J U.UU
Dark Hairlines 9la23 I Brown Mixtures heavy 91. OU
Rlue and Black Cheviots 91.30 I Scotch Pla'ds all wool 9I.9
Pin Checks all wool 9dmJJ Handsome Hairlines all wool 92'.OU
Those that were JT.Tj. H.U), JT. SILTS, JtiO, JO. have been reduced to tO.UU
The time is short. Do not allow procrastination, that thief of
time, to rob you of this GBAXD OPPORTUNITY".
TEN PER CENT CLOTHING HOUSE,
7th St. and Mass. Ave. N. W.
OXE PRICE TO ALL.
Office Coats 25 cents. On sale every morning from 7 to 10 o'clock.
I n-.x ai.ils.... ii.i
DGft UlUIIHIIg V'dlUUS UllCdl III i
j Men's Splendid Cassimere Suits Oti UU
!S , Men's Fine Serge and Scotch Cheviot P fl II
W. Suits DiUU
Men's Very Fine Dress Suits, all the 0 ft ft
Men's Stylish Crash Suits, cool and Q Cfl
sss .. . .
rxxv ai.v tii. cA- rn.x.
And thOUSanfc r,r ntar'ttrnnarf, nint.VilnB vali'ias tttViIV,
i to see Is
i H. Friedlander & Bro I
fb Cor. 9th and
K v j j tv jw ywrA-icvyrryyr
SNAPS FOR FRIDAY.
Tic Marseilles Quilts 44c a
W COc Corsets 35c 0
j5 c Black Silk Belts Oc g
gl I5c Fnll Ball Bullet Pearl Button, a
(1 2 dozen for 25c S
S. E. YOUNG,
g DOUIUjE stoke, S
h 802 and 804 7th St N. W. g
FEATHER BEDS J
f AT THE J
5 EXCHANGE, 1331 H ST. H. W. $
Reasonable prices paid Jor satiie. jk
New York Clothing House.
For Large Boys
and Small Men.
Blue and Gnn Hrown and Black pn QQ
Mixture?. Handsomo Blue Mixed 4i UO
Tweed Suit. Hlzcs 1J to ID years, rr nfl
Regular prices, fC.W JW.UU
Black Cheviots, Striped CassI- C "IC
I bcoich IM-ild Suits-all- ). f U
wool. Sizes 14 to 19 j ears.
jar prices, taou. tiu
2-Piece Suits, 62c
Full Cotton Tweed not a thread of wool in
'em. Those at $1 are about half and hair.
Thoe at $i ?iM and $3 are strictly all-wool
and worth double the prices quoted.
BKnee Pants from 23c.
- Pension Checks Cashed.
r.iu I 1
i .nil .
E Sts. N. W.
SENT IN FOB TROMOTIOX.
IllB Hatch of Military Appointments
Forwarded to the Senate.
The President yesterday Bent to the
Senate the folio wine nominations:
H. "V. Jones, ot New Jersey, to be a
chaplain la the Navy.
Lieut. Col. Thomas "Wilson, assistant com
missioner general, to be colonel and as
sistant commissary, general.
Major W. A. Eiderkln. commissary of
subsistence, to be lieutenant colonel and
assistant commissary general.
to be major and commissaryof subsistence.
First Lieut. A. (J. Hammond, to bo captain.
Second Lieut. Q. E. Stockle, to be first
C. W. Rowell, to be captain.
If yoa desire to exebango your house for a
lot or jour lot for a bouse, apply at The
Times Keal Estate Bureau.
Steamer Mnctalester for Indian Tlcnd
Friday ana Saturday evenings at 6:30.
Vagrant John MpCann Got lea-
Cream Soda Without Cost-
BDT HE WANTED TOO MD0H
Demanded a Clgur, Hat the Amiable.
Proprietor Caused II Ih Arrest.
Saudy Clarke Told the Truth, Hut
Gut Thirty IuyH In the "Vorkuouno.
Couchmeu'u Day In the Coartr "
The drizzle that settlml nnon the -ltp
about daybreak kept up lt monotonous
to cause additional initery in the police
court, where f irtcen mcuund women awa ited
Th.) occupants of- the pew took a great
deal or Interest in several flurlO -faced,
stout individuals, who drirtcd In the court
evorv noC nnd thnn liniiitliinr. ,.f iW.a
and strong water. They were a lot of
cuaenwau interested in the case of one or
their ilk, ou. trial fur fast driving.
'Mavuin ginls, inawnln' to you, as
bad n it tis," said Fiyun, possessing' n
horsey manner, and giving the slmuo pure
coachinau's salute, with two fingers and a
bat brim, to the great edification ot the
whips, who smothered JUkc with praise.
'Ecs a fair old chap, now, ain't he," said
one of them, a rotund, full-Jowled man,
with gray side choppers and a raw-lK?ef
complexion. A ponderously heavy fel
low, wearing a bottle-green cutaway and
a pink waistcoat, after an apoplectlcchoke,
leaving him blue In tlie face, shook hands
warmly with Mike and said he was the
finest fellow flint, pvnr wrrt Mm IiIha nt.
brass of a policeman.
Anolher coachman, his derby dripping
wet, and buttoning a perceptible odor ot
whisky In the collar or his mackintosh, dug
Flvnn undpr n shnrt riti ivintpim r-,o tt.
"werj devil or a feller, so he was."
Mike dorfed his helmet ami replied "that
flattery was nice, but duty was better.
u nuuiii uii:-fciiim uaee Cifnr UiC Dall
an be Feated in tlie courtroom."
TIll'T llfr! f.n .nml hnil tl,n n1..c..n nf ,.
v -- -..... xui vnv 1'ivuouirj ji fftj
inj; their companion on (rial acquitted by
RANDY AND THE TRUTH.
fiailllr CI.lrL-n r-kt..fn.l r.aiA.n.i ...
ilrlver. Sandy, in nis ti,rcv years of tramii-
"si """ "ot jiirguiicn now to ten the truth.
He Was found nslomt 1-iwt nlt.1.. in ..
freight rar in the yards of the 11. & P. rai'l-
iuuw, uy ojieuai urncer Ituppcrt.
'IllllomlPll. nr llrtf nul'ml . ...-1
meaning the car.
Ruppert looked puzzled, he did not know
what the court referred to.
"ion mean" said ine orficer.
V1j the rnr nf rr.nnnt t..i .i
"Well, your hi,uor, tbey were both
loaded." salil liimtMH .c i.. .. ...i.
- - I'lviii uuuui its IIJIICU
as the car."
"Sandy, come around here and tell me
a.""'Jt yourself," commanded his honor.
Tuiicuu jiu uome rroinv"
"I Was llOn In T iwit.liM r, t Tl.i m..t..
a slim, delicate, jellow man.
iinw long since jou have worked?"
".Nearly free years."
"Reen beirirlni? nil iit r t ,.,
--f r. .- v.iuv IIUIL-. A SUIJ
POSC?" queried the Judge.
i tuiuey nas,- answered Sandy, frankly,
'lour truthrulncxi. it ..r . i.
Ing. remarked the Judge. "You can go
down for thirty days."
i name yc. , boss," said Sandy. "I ain't
teen in a limi fur n ... t t i t..i
-" Ji.itun i IWI1I1W5 l'i
git wun now."
I ollceman Boyce helied John McCatin a
chronic tagrjnt, Into the stand. He caught
MtCann last night In n Ninth street drug
6tore. Jr.hn went in, ordered he cream
soda -and refused to pay for It. The pro
prietor told McCaun he'd make Mm a. pres
ent ot the drink hut lie mutt leave the
"Not on ycr tintype," said Mac, "I
wants a eegynr, and j er got to fli ug It up."
llijycc cam In and sent McGinn to the
station house In tlie patrol wagon.
Thiri nifirnitir. f 1... ..mw.. i. ,..., ..t
ball McGinn wan an old offender and had
.i iK.-uu.aiii. tor nuying things he could not
"What did yon order that soda fo.-""
said Judge Khnliall. "fou knew you
couldn't pay for It."
"Sure I did," replied McCann. nnaljaslnnj,
'but I had mcthurst nid me."
"And you will have it with you for the
next thirty days In the workhouse." said
Jud?e Kimball, angrily, ordering McCaan
A TEMPERANCE LECTURE.
Last night Nicholas Sexton was found by
loliceman Hanover dead drunk, Ijlng In
the roadway of a South Washington all-y
This morning he pleaded hard for mercy
but Judge Kimball gave him rifteen dny-j
' I think a couple of weeks in the work
house will do mt f.irfi 1 Govt.... ft i.i ..
c-ourt. ! ou can get rid of the whisky that
-' to", juu in uuuitic.
Sexton said It didn't take him two weeks
to get clear of his Jag.
"I'm all over it now, Jcdge," he pleaded.
" Ye. ontllyoustrikeanothersaloon. Yoa
can't go this time." replied the court. "Pass
a fortnight of abstinence ami It win imr.
In the case of Ernest Foote and William
Lewis, arrested by Foliceman Harrover for
shooting crap, in an alley Intersecting at
Third nnd K streets northwest, last nlgh.
Judge Kimball dismissed Foote and rined
Lewis nle.-irl "itn... ,, ,.. ' .
of the courtroom. Judge Kimball made
...... .. nimeoi. lur me government.
"Step up here, boy," said his honor,
raise jour right hand, I am going to use
you as a witness."
Lewis exonerated Foote, securing his re
lease, hut was scut down for thirty davs
himself in dpfnnlt nf llmffno n i ..,. ,
around the court as a rather unusual prac-
v. . wot- . tiuicuuanLijB n. wjiness unucr
the circumstances or thfo particular case.
AllfllhPP Prnn Men wne ihnf r
Pounell, Samuel Gale and Oeorgc Shields,
unceivuiii niife aiiey oyi'oiiecman ILirt
Iey. Samuel UpmnM rr.tn.riwl m.n .i. -i
.-....., w.w.u, ,,. me 11C-
fendants, was a strong witness for the gov-
c-iuiuc-ui. im saiu ne saw me uefendants
playing under his window.
"I Seed Sammv." khIiI TLirnnnl 'cl.v.
de bones, make his pint an' scoop In dc
uuusu. ueu uey crapiieu ro' cicoen mlnlta,
wnrlatln' in dere winnln's, w'en de orficer
The three gamblers refused to make a de
fense, paying a fine of $1 0 eaelj.
STUDYING TWO FACES.
City Detectives on tlie Lookout for
The police arc making a study of the
fnccsoftwomurdererswhoarc badly wanted
in other cities, and for whose apprehen
sion rewards are offered. Last night de
scriptions of the men were sent to all the
station s.wlthorders tonrresttncmpromptly
should they come to the city.
The ruglttvcs are Hev. Francis nermann,
the Salt Lake City fiend, and Jeff Clark,
who murdered Parry W. Rowland, of the
Fi rst National Bank, at T lcr, Smith county,
The picture of Hermann shows him to he
an exquisite sort of a fellow, iu middle life.
He wears eye-glasses and Is n blonde. For
his arrest S500 reward Is offered. -
Jetr Clark is n. determined, cool-loofcinE
Texan, t wenty-clght years of age, and would
no doubt prove a desieratc man in an en
counter. A reward of 900 is offered Tor
bis arrest and delivery to the authorities of
Smlth'county, Texas. He'thurdcred Tarry
Rowland on May 4, and fled.comlng In this
direction. Clark has black hair and eyes;
balr thin on top ot bend; retreating fore
head; pale complexion and clean shaven;
weight, 13B pound; height, B feet lOlnchcs;
Ho constantly clears his throat, making a
peculiar noise. He is a bartender by oc
cupation, and at one time guarded convicts.
Clark frequents gambling liouses,Nsaloons
and rcsortsot evil fame.
Headquarters of the New Party.
Alliance. Ohio, June 4. Tbe national
headquarters of tbe new political party,
born at Pittsburg last week, have been
opened in this city, with National Chairman
L. B. Logon, and D. J. Thomas, of Ken
tucky, national secretary, in chars.
. J We havejprepared at both stores some tremendous values in honor of the day. The
prices on these goods on which we give credit, if desired. ar$ lower than have ever been
A $6o Suite for $32.85.
This fine slx-nleco Parlor Suite mahogany finished frame upholstered iu One
silk tapiatry spring edge will be so'd at the KINK, New York Avenue, between
13th anil Htu Streets, and at T1IIR.TRENTH AND F STUEETS. today PENSION
DAY Cash or Credit for
i i r iv
A $25.00 Suite for $16.75.
Solid Polished Oak Suite Serpentine Ton, 30x21 beveled French plate
mirror in dresser pood value at JS5.C00. TENSION DAY FIIICE at Till-:
1SNK. New York Avenue, betn ecu !3th and ltth, and at our store, 13th and F
streets Cash or Credit
he Julius Lapsburgh
furpitur.e apd Gapet Go. Q
X THE RINK-New York Avnue, bet- 13th and 14th, and 13th and F Sts- N- W- K
WAS KIDNAPED BY TRAMPS
Disappearanca of Katie Mayhew,
ElevenYeara Ago, Explained.
Uiih llecn Kept n Cunstunt 1'rh-oner
by ller FutUor, nt "Wlmso In
stance She Wan Stolen.
Crawfordsvllle, Ind., Juue 4. The sud
den disappearance of Utile Katie Mayhew,
the six-year-old child ot Fratik Mayhew
iind wife, eleven years ago, has hecn
cleared up at last. Many had given her up
for dc.id, while the distracted mother wor
ried herself Into a confirmed invalid over
tlie loss of her child. She is la New York
and has written to her mother .
Fratik May hew -was a contractor and mar
ried Alice liardee. One daughter, Katie,
was horn to them. They finally vrere di
vorced, Mayhew going to New York. Mrs.
Mayhew kept the child undera decree of
Eleven years ago, however, Katie be
ing six years of age, suddenly disappeared.
She hud started for Sunday-school, but
never readied her destination. A posse
was organized and the country for mlls
uround searched and the creeks dragged.
After two weeks search was abandoned.
No tidings of the missing child were heard
until .Tuesday, when Mrs. Hardee received
a letter from her. The letter was written
in New York city, and stated that she had
been kidnaped while going to Sunday-school
by two tramps, who kept her In a cave
until the excitement of her disappearance
She was then turned over to Mayhew,
who had taken her to California, where
they remained two years. Five "years were
spent In Australia, nnd the IastfourlnNcw
York. All attempts to escaiw, or communi
cation with her mother or friends, were cut
off, but two weeks ago she succeeded iu
A letter from her to the chief of police
here, inquiring for relatives, nod telling
was turned over to her uncle, who left for
New York on the first train. Iter where
abouts aro kept secret, as it is feared
her father may recapture her before her
DEFEATED THE LANDLADY.
Congressman! Hurry Won the Salt
Ilrought iby Mrs. List.
Tbe suit brought several -weeks ago by
Mrs. Lily B. C-iIist ot No. 1435 K street
northwest against! Congressman A. S.
Berry of Kentucky for breach of contract
was decided yesterday by Justice Taylor
in the latter'sJifavor.
The allegations made by Mrs. List, who
keeps a boardlng'-house at the number
given, were that (Mr. Berry had engaged
'rooms of her to he retained for the ses
sion, hut that he had broken the contract
by leaving at thet;nd ot a month without
The landladyyifailed to sustain her case,
however, the Congressman proving to the
satisfaction of Ithe' Justice that tbe rooms
were engaged on trial, and he so held.
The case was taken to the circuit court
on a writ of certiorari, soon after suit was
brought, but, under a subsequent decision
of the court of appeals, this course was
declared' to be irregular, and the proceed
ings were reviewed before the Justice,
with tlie result stated.
Mr. Berry was represented at the trial
by Attorney O. B. Hallam, and Mrs. List
by Messrs. McNalley and Wheatley.
MAYOR YTALBlltDG E'S HEPLY.
Stt'I.onls"W"lll Accept ConimlHsidnura'
Aid It There Is Any Need.
A telegram addressed to President Ross.
of tbe Board ot Commissioners, has been
received from Mayor C. P. Walbrldge. of
St. Louis, in response to the tender Df aid
to the storm-distressed qlty. Tbo mayor
"St. Louis thanks you sincerely forynur
expression of sympathy and proffer of aid.
Atpresentthe situation seems wellin band,
but if Jt becomes necessary we will not
hesitate to .avail ourselves of iyour gener
MITCHELL'S PROSPECT GOOD
Will Be Re-elected Providing There
Is no Bolt.
Republicans Dave n Clear Majority
ln tlio Oregon Legislature Popu-
11st Elected to Congress.
Portland, Ore., -June 4 Tot the first
time In the history ottbe Pacific northwest
a Populist has been sent to the lower house
of Congress. Oregon supplies him. Bis
namels Vanderburg. UccouiesfromMarsh
fleld, Coos county, o
A vigorous campaign was made in the
First district, It being canvassed by Gen
Weaver, "Cyclone" VaUs ot Texas, Mor
timer Morehead of New Jersey, president
ot the National Grange, and Gen. Coxey
ot Commonweal fame, in the Interest of the
Populist nominee. Bis opponents were
Thomas B. Tongue, fiepuhllcan, ot Bills
boro, whose position on the money ques
tion Is doubtful, and Jefferson Myers,
Democrat, ot Scio, a free silver advocate.
Vanderburg's plurality is 170.
In the Second district the complexion has
changed since last night. Where Quliin,
Populist, seemed sure of election he Is now
certain of defeat. Latest returns from all
counties outside of Multumah, except Bar
ney, Grant and Malheur, all of which are
very small, and the former two of which
will be Republican, give Ellis, regular Re
publican, 600 plurality.
The Populists hoped to overcome this in
Multnomah, but se enty-slx precincts give
Ellis 140 more than Qulnn. There arc six
small suburban precincts yet to hear from,
but they will not overcome tbe 740 plu
rality. The next legislature on Joint ballot, so
far as returns are In, will be: Democrats,
10; Populists, 11; Republicans, 53, with
16 doubtful. Several of the doubtful dis
tricts will elect Populists, though Dune
will return Democrats.
If Senator John H. Mitchell can gather
the whole Republican strength lus re
election is assured. He must, have forty-six
votes and his re-election depends on his
ability to control the country members.
LEGAL EDUCATION. .
Trogram for Tills Section of t lie Anier
lcuu liar Association.
Baltimore, June 4. The program for the
section of legal education of the Ameri
can Bar Association was issued this morn
ing by the secretary, Mr. George M. Sharp.
The convention will meet at Saratoga, N.
Y., August 19, and continue three days.
Churman Einlin McClaln, chancellor of the
State University of Iowa, will open the
proceedings with a naddrcss on the "law
curriculum; subjects to be included and or
der ot presentation."
Among the other speakers will be Prof.
Charter M. Campbell of the University ot
Colorado; Prof. Blewett Leo ot the North
western University: Hon. J. Randolph Tuck
er of Washington and Lee University; Prot.
James F. Colby of Dartmouth College,
Prof. George H. Eramott ot the Johns Hop
kins University, Austin G. Fox- of the
New York State board of law examiners,
and Major J. W. Powell of the Bureau ot
American Ethnology, Smitbsonlian Instltu
Hominy Millers Combine.
Indianapolis. Ind.. June 4. The out-
rcomc of a secret meeting of corn and
hominy millers, held here on Tuesday,
was the incorporation yesterday or the
American Hominy Company, a combination
ot a large number of millers grinding
hominy. Among the larger millers in the
combination arc John P. Mud, of Lafayette,
Ind.; Otto H. Falk, of Milwaukee; James
Hodgc of Toledo: Sam Weidler. or Cin
cinnati; F. M. Pratt, of Decatur, I1L;
Albert Magnu. nt Chicago, and Paul D.
Carpenter, of Milwaukee.
Steamer Mncalenter fur Indian nend
Friday and Satnrday evenings at 6:30.
Fire Insurance placed on county property
In Maryland and "Virginia. Times Real
I I z
A $6.oo Extension Table, $3.35.
CASH OR CREDIT.
At either of our Stores THE RINK, New
York Avenue, between 13th and 14th, or atl3th
and F Sts., SPECIAL PENSION-DAY PRICE
Pension Checks Cashed
Owing to the storm
the special pricfe
list of Groceries
quoted for today
will be continued.
Same prices for to
morrow. (See Times ot JnneS for special list.)
Tlie Johnston Go.
?29-731 Seven h St.
I Pension I
GARNER & CO.
N. E. Cor. 7th and H Sts. N.W.
Quick perception of my customers'
ttste giving them what they want
has won forme one of the largest
made-to-order Shirt trades in town."
WELLS. ; . 1411 Pa. Ave.
a At y2 off! a
M 621 Penna. Ave. W
M under Metropolitan Hotel. W
Solid Oak. Finely Finished.
30x18 Beveled Mirror in top one
large Linen Drawer two Bmall
Xhrawers one lined with velvet
for silver. Regular price, $25
The price at THE RINK. New
York Ave., bet. 13th and Hth Su.
and 13th and F Streets N. TV.
CASH OR CREDIT.
0 Mayer & Pettit, O
ifl Cash or Credit. o
I IT DOESNT I
I JIATTER I
8 be it Clothing or Fur- g
J niture I You can get it S
g here, AND THE BEST OF g
g ITS KIND, TOO. g
g CASH OR CREDIT.
I Gent's Suits,
g Boys' Suits, S
0 On Credit as Low as for Cash 8
This nicely finished Larje q r Pfr.
Arm Hardwood Antique fiT I. IN
Finished Rocker.., " lKj
Bargains in Evcrv Department.
CASH OR CREDIT.
i MAYER & PETTIT
RELIABLE OUTFITTERS. S
415 Seventh Street Northwest. S
8 Cool Breezes
Makes the hot weather bearab'e by )
maKin your iiouauaauumcc as cool JJ
as possible. Electric lisht is mue!i (C
couler than gas lizht and much bet- (
ter. An electric fan will make aa ii
office cool and comfortable. s
'Fbonc ns or drop us a postal It Y
tou wantDower forafanorcarrjns M
U. S. Electric Lighting; Co., ?
213 Hth St. 'Phone,77. Si
Is Good Here,
and every thine; you need w
"keep house" is hero.
tiouse & HerrmanN
X. K Cor. Till and I Street.
S pound boxes of tho best
$1.15 all this week.
QIBUONS. Center. Rim
and K Street ilarkets.
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