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CATERS TO THE BEST OF TRADE
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R. P. HERRICK, Res. Manager.
R. A. GRANT, Gen'l Manager.
The Moore Stock Co., direction
Frederick Moore, offering
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Saturday at 2:30
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NEVADA STATE GAZETTEER
' i AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
J It will contain an accurate business
directory of every city, town and vil-
j lage in the state. A descriptive sketch
of each place will be given, embrac
ing various items of interest. Lists
of government and county officers
i will also be included in the work, as
' well as census statistics, hotels, news-
5 papers, terms of courts, postoffices,
'T express and telegraph offices, etc. An
, , important feature will be the classi
fied directory, giving every line of
business, arranged under its special
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Even Alabama is to be liquid in
The third Duma seems to be tame .
enough for the Czar to pat on the
If the president is still hunting the
octopu,s he must have decided to go
on a "still hunt." '
If you believe his secretary, Tom
Johnson wouldn't give a three cent
fare to be president.
If Anna Gould wrnts to know what
mal happiness io she should come
home and marry a vaudeville mono-
"Wliy should we worry?" asks, an
exchange. Well, for one reason, be
cause it makes work for the doctor
who need the money.
J. Picrpont Morgan is going to
disperse his dog kcnr.cl. The high
cost of living and the finrr.cial strin
gency arc making ncccssrry a lot of
There are 3,000 actors out of jol)3
in New York, but before the winter
is over some of themi may discover
that nature really intended them for
The President's proposed confer
ence of Governors will give the fel
lows from the other slates a chance
to know what the Governors of North
and South Carolina really did say.
Mr. Taft said to the Filipinos:
"Learn to be a good loser." An in
timation of what the future holds
for them perhaps.
The fact that a New York manu
facturer wanted to change the name
of the Teddy Bear must be accepted
as an indication of waning-popular-ity
whether we like it or not.
Secretary Cortelyou is trying to
impress us with the fact that stock
ings were made to be worn and not
to hoard money in.
Believing that business conditions
arc good will help to n:akc them so.
But they are good whether any one
wants to believe it or not.
The old query, "What is whiskey?"
is going the rounds again. It is to
be hoped somebody will find out be
fore everything goes prohibition.
The Louisville Courier-Journal
thinks that Governor Beckham is the
vermiform appendix attaching to the
body politic in Kentucky. And in
view of his irritated and irritating
condition just now, doubtless it
would be an excellent idci to cut him
The great majority of American
citizens only know that there are
new $10 coins in circulation because
, they read it in the papers.
Alabama has now gone dry. The
Southern colonel is making his last
bland in Kentucky, but he will soon
be a thing of the past.
Dining this period of quiet in the
White House, Mr. Bonaparte might
be able to slip up on some malefac
tor of great wealth without his hav
ing been alarmed.
The other day a man pulled a
chair from under bin friend about
to sit down and succeeded in fractur
ing his skull. It would be prc.ty
safe to bet that thi3 same idiot
makes a specialty of the boat-rocking
joke in the summer.
A Western man purchased a book
at a second-hand store and found
four $20 bills between the leaves.
Hereafter he will probably smile
when a dealer assures him that there
is no money in second-hand books.
Mine. Tarazzini, who will sing a
few times in this country for the
trifling sum of $240,000, says the
likes America very much. With an
income like that in sight, most of us
would find language inadequate to
express our admiration of this country.
Z. C. M. I.
A line of Figured Silk and a
line of Changeable Silk, $1.00 and
$1.25 a yard regular, Monday and
,50 CENTS A YARD
Entire line of Figured and
Striped Novelty Dress Goods, 65c
1 up to $2.25 regular, Monday and I
'25 PER CENT OFF
ALL BLACK SILKS
25 PER CENT OFF
CHILDREN'S FUR SETS
25 PER CENT OFF
Wool Plaid Waistings, Wool
Blankets, Cotton Quilts, Down
Quilts, Silk Floss and Down Cush
ions at greatly reduced rates.
Advanced Vaudiville I
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ROSE COGHLAN & CO. I
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"The Ace of Trumps." '
WARD & CURRAN II
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4 PICCOLO MIDGETS 4 I
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Act in the World. ji
GARDINER & REVERE I
The Bellboy and the Soubrcttc. M
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The Real Irish Girl. til
CARBREY TWIN BROTHERS II
American Dancer. 'H
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KINODROME -Motion Pictures H
ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA. I
Every Evening (except Sunday) H
75c, 50c, 25c. Box seat, $i.oa H
Matinees Daily (except Sunday H
and Monday), 50c, 25c, 10c. Box H
seat, 75c. H
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