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Everybody to the Bankrupt Stock Sale at the Mutual Dry Goods Co.'s old stand. We have only 3 more
to dispose of this large stock. We rather you take advantage of the prices and the goods than for the deale
to get them. Now is your opportunity which is one that only happens probably once in alife time.
The goods have to be sold either to you or to merchants, as we always give the section which we
the bankrupt stocks the opportunity to take advantage of these stocks. We are the
. DAIKIUPT STOCK ITY-B..,
Come and watch the prices this week, and compare them with 1st cost, and you will then be
One solid case Embroideries, ranging from 18 to 35c. per yard, Bankrupt price 121-2c. a yard.
1bale of White Homespun and Sheeting, regular 7c. and 7 1-2c. goods, to go at 5 1-4c ayar
One large lot of Linen Table Cloths, Doilies, Towels, Etc. to go. Come for yourselfnd l
have to go.
I case of Wilimantic Spool Thread to go at 3c. a spool. Dont't foget the place, Mutual Dr d
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what you want to do. You want to be of Cicero were committed to paper
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tive order that is -seeking to solve the farmer's economic, education- Susie, the best of all the home writers. . ea opi gasses since they pererted Tiro was at its height >+ ristdtu'AhA.D,
al and practical problems. The Farm and Farmers' Department, Every number of The Tri-Weekly gives the market reports, of the vision and madeal hngs appear e fi cetur befre ehritna0 .BSDrP
conducted by Colonel R. J. Redding. .wodays' imterval between issues and keeps one posted right up t-o a unatuiroacl and teeoea se ofthato Pltrhwstikensdown accoring ths6t a of fay !
(2)WDEE.-uThe news of course. Thce R. F. D. Carriers' the moment our press turns. An instalment of the month's stor their array of lenses, he declared to be hand reporters. -eang the6hn f
Department, The Chicken Column and The Letter of Travel, giig from the great $150,000 set of serials. A half page set of comics from imposto, sinc a man could not se arl in thd third cetuy gnO orerhd bp n e
views of strange peoples and their hm-adcustoms. Isome of the graes1umorist artists Of the da-with one. some asserted it to be sinful (stenographic character). used by the si st day of May, sA;
to assist the eyes, which were adapted Greek orator. Flavius Philostratus *sa e ort at kbaI~t .,in ai'-"- .
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ConsituionWe ave.IA~Y -- I RA IUIuse of spectacles. They would give parts-of the sermnons of St ,Tohn Chlys- in interest may appear at the said
- Se irst page shows a splendid colored county may of '(2.) The second sheet represen~ts maps -in beautiful representing the necessions of territory. It also shows por- onmaanufiadntgovrisstn eepeerd:bthsmeieadpacadsowease
b6 lot n ot a~i all . the data that ca colors of Alaska, and of all our Insular and Colonial posses- traits of the rulers of the world. It gives also a topogaphic fellow and every man an unfair ad- proc~s. -anthyavayheryet
- ell be shown on the face of a map. It is beautifully TUnited'states map. About the border of this sheet we give from the severance of the diplomatic relations, vntae eeery on whetculd the sorwtand tha they uedc worad eitioe isoule~d nt~
w te d ecially for the Presidents of the United States. : The Library wail Charts are all bound together at the nectuae grotd to aesthec padtce. wrtng in ahspec he ord [. h
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Cstitution. '-... lands and waters of the globe projected without divisions and convenient reference encyclopedia of everything pre- tions.conneted s as to'- admit of tof sall keitownd -tisnoders
into hemispheres It shows also a map of the United states sented. h Put His Foot in t great rapidity of execution, formed the dressed to themt ht beird paces pf
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