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GOOD TEMPLARS' COLUMN,
' Edited and Managed Under the Au-
plces ofFlagattill Lodge, I. O. U. T.
Contributions ot an appropriate nature are
elicited for this column, and should be ad'
dreued to Doz 131. Flagstaff. All such con
trlbutloos, however, are subject to approval
br the editors. Lodge meets1 every Friday
evening at O. A. R. Uall. up-stalrs, at 8
o'clock. Visiting members Invited to attend.
G. N. Batv. Chief Templar,
IThe editor ot The Bun Is not responsible
tor anything that may appear in tms col
WHY MEN FAIL.
Tlio New Yoi k "World" some time
invited confesxions fiom those who felt
themselves to have mido failure in lifo,
and as will readily bo supposed, thcro
was no lack of responses. Most of the
writers lay the lltmn of their poor sue
cess upon throiit-hes, though some
ascribe it to ciicumstances. One man,
at least, clnuges his failure to his wife,
but ith no meat show of justice, as is
clear, even from his own statement. In
any case, he should hun chunked his
plea or held his tongue.
One ninn was ruined by gambling-
which will ruin any man, no matter
how rich he may get, and annthor
makei a somewhat similar confession
when he says he came to nothing
through tiying to get licit too suddenly
One nan lays his poor success to want
of concentration and pcisoverance, but
signs himself, '"Try, try ajjain;" and
one who hu3 "dabbled in too many
things," made himself master of noth
ing, and consequently, as he says, has
to "take the bottom placo everywhere "
btlll another man, a type of u large
class, fell through stiong dtink. He
heads his sad htory with a motto from
Emerson, "The diie of God are alny
loaded," and thus continues :
I fell from an estate of ipfluencn,
usefulness and ease to a condition of
drunken" pauperism because I lacked
self-control, pride, ambition, discipline
I possessed some of the minor virtues
industry, integrity, honor, chastity
but these pioved an inadequate bul
walk against the evils of social diiuk
Beginning business life at twenty,
with a fair education and a good
knowledge of stenography, at thirty I
was in charge of a newspaper and was
an official court stenographer, blessed
with a loving wife and children and a
peaceful home, and in the enj yment
of an income of about five thousand
dollars Eneigetiu hkilful, apt, I was
successful in my oflicial and piivato
vocations; generous, libciul, unselfish
and (ipen-heaited, I had many friends
friends and a wide acquaintance.
I drank moderately, joined in an
occasional game of poker with friends,
laid an occasional wager on an election.
a ball game or a horse race never to
the material depletion of my purse
and was neither a ambler nor a rake
Twenty years since, companionable
dunking at open bars was moro respect
able than it is now, and being in daily
companionship with lawyers, court
officials, juiymen, witnesses and politi
emus who indulged in a social glass, I
soon became a regular drinker.
As a c nsequence of over indulgence,
my health began to fail, and as custom
grew into hubit, I felt the need of
stimulants when my work was pro
longed or perplexing. 1 well remember
the shock to my telf respect wiinn I
firt took a drink alone, bu. 1 never
stopped to "in ea tliu and exeicisn the
soul by assuming the penalties of
Finally nervous prostiatinn com
pelled me to ieii.ii my rfSciul position
and to sell my Indly encumbered busi
ness, and soon I was a wieck financial
ly physically and mentally ; and one
morning found me at the mirror gazing
at my haggard features and wondering
if J bad in reality gono mad I
Is it possible that my story will
cause any young drinking man to stop
ill his downward way? I, too, was
suie that I could nevir sink to such
depths, and I pitied the wiutched ones
below me. But hem I am, and thero
are countless thnuiands coming my
way. And they forget that the dice
Electric Bitters is a ineillclne suited
for any season, but perhaps more gen
ernlly when the languid, exhausted
feeling prevails, when the liver Is
toipld aud sluggish, and the need of a
tonio and alterative is felt. A prompt
use of this medicine has ofteu areited
long and pei haps fatal bilious fevers.
No medicine will aot more surely in
counteracting and freeing the sj stem
from the malarial poison. Headache,
indigestion, constipation, dizziness
yield to Electric Bitters. 60c andfl.OO
per bottle at D. J. Brannets drug
$100 Reward 9100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learu that there is at least
ono dreaded disease that science has
been nblo to cure in nil Its stages, and
that is catnrih. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
jonstitutional disease, requires a con
stitutional treatment. Hall's. Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting di
rectly upon tho blood and mucous sur
faces of the system, thereby destroy
ing the foundation of the disease, and
giving tho patient strength by building
up the constitution and assisting na
ture in doing its work. .'The proprie
tors have so much faith in its curative
powers that they offer ono hundred
dollars for any caso that it fails to
cure. Send for list of testimonial?.
Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO., To
Sold by all druggists.
The body of a dead whale eighty
three feet long was recently discov
ered ou the coast south of Yuma.
For over Fifty Yeara.
Mis. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by mil
lions of mothers for their children
while toothing, with peifect succes.
It soothes the. cbitd, softens the gums,
allaya all pain, emeu wind colie, and is
the best remedy for diarrhoea. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer imme
diately. Sold by druggists in every
part of the world. Twenty-live cents
a bottle Bo sure and ask for "Mr.
Wlnslow's Soothing Sirup," and take
no other kiud.
W. B. Childcis, a piominent allot noy
ot Albuquerque, has been appointed
district attorney of New Mexico.
From a letter written by Rev. J.
(Junderman of Dlmondale, Mich., wo
are permitted to make this extract: "I
have no hesitation in recommending
Dr. King's New Discovery, as tho re
sults were almost marvelous in the
caso of my wife. Wnllo I was pastor
of the Baptist church at Rives Junc
tion she was brought down with pneu
monia, succeeding la gi ippc. Tei t ible
paroxisms of coughing would lasi
hours with little interruption and il
seemed as if she could not survive
I hem. A friend recommended Dr.
King's New Discovery; It was quick in
its vvoik aud highly satisfactory In re
sults." Trial bottles free at D. J.
Branncn's drug store.
, Oft, -
The hand of Holm r nrn tin- ..
jrout i wlioln rrr'ir iti-fli iht-.ii
to tht floor. It Is a I. r.u! tii.rr i
itnin si an ox M-ii.v. in ciK-ri . n ,
to-morrow. It I, a soi-iuu aiu u n .
bs hvedeil. fit i rotn-el in ih. ul.l. ( ilw
If you cauni: hrlp jureli' li
will help you Italian l O'-l' - r
preparation, Liu l a ov r til ..if
Huiljran reilorrt, reb ill ' -r ',
life. It is lor inati It It in ' r ,
ynu mfler froji vn.aLno'i' I- mi r
mntilMKht. IJ vo: hate n 1 p ti
lnjiirol )0tir hvir i, s i ,i
all mL. ml tin, (ti: lit. in
sKk!:.o i, i i mii
H fe ,,i -'i
Mort than half tit victims of tontv
Hon do not know thty hoot it. Here it a list
of symptoms by which consumption can
certainly be detected :
Cough, on: or two slight efforts o
rlslng, occurring durinf the day and fre
quently during the night.
Short hrtatbing after exertion.
Tightness ef tht ehtst.
Qutch pulst, especially noticeable in the
evening and after a full meat
, Chttiintss in the evening, followed by
Ptrspiration toward mornfagand
Tattfact and languid in the morning.
If you have these symptoms, or any of
them, do not delay, there are many
preparations which claim to be. cures, but
Br. JWf i Cunt ftcatslf for Consumption
has the highest endorsements, and has
stood the (est of years. It will arrest con
sumption In its earlier stages, and., drive
away the symptoms named. It Is manu
factured by the Acker Medicine Ca,t(
and 18 Chambers St, New York, and sold
by all reputable druggists.
IL I h I
Jfcr". .'J I
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You will find one coupon
lnslJo each two ounce bsg
itnd ttro coupons Inside each
Uuilinm. Buy a bag of this
celebrnlod tobacco aud read
tlic ctupou which elves a
lUt cf v aluab'.e presents aud
bo'.T to cet them.
TO 1'BOVE THAT
Can be cured, write the following persons,
who have been cured, -
Without Knife or Pain I
Campbell. J. TV.. Hyde Park, Cal.; cancer in
eur. Cured free.
Caudle, Mrs. M. J., Santa Ana) 9 cancers on
Cawker. Mary, Santa Barbara! cancer on
Churchman. Rev. H., Whiltlcri cancer of
uihtk, u. u., i-iorence. iai.; cancer oi up.
Clark, Mrs. L. W., Itedlunds, Cal.; cancer ot
Clyraan, John and brother, Boylo Heights
cancer of cheek and eyelid.
Comto, Mrs. Virginia, llluluo Ave , Los Angc
lvs! cancer of lln.
Conkllng, Mrs. K. It.. Santa Uarbarat cancer
Cruse, Thomas. Helena, Mont.; cancer of Up
Davidson, Jas., Acton. Cal.; cancer of face.
Dlelenck, Jas., corner Los Angeles and 11th
Hta.; 2cnnRRra on fnro.
Donovan. James, Milwaukee House, Santa
Monica; cancer or up.
DnuEhortv. J. L.. Aium. Cal.: cancer of face.
Dowe, Mr-. Jas., Santa Barbara; cancor of
Downey, W. A., HallccW, Cal.; cancors of
Franklin, Mrs. J. E., C'ovlna; cancer of breast.
L-..1Ia- l lll..n.. .,..1 . a. M,t
ruilCli U. U , AIIHti .ai.i LilULCrUi li'.
Oaul, Wm.. Lordsburg; cancers of cje and
Qersens, Paul, 487 Jackson St.; cancers of
Green, Dr. 0. 0 , Los ngeles; cancer of f.icc.
unmn. jurs. il. . i Auams si., ugaeu.
Utaui cancer of fn.ee.
Ooodln, U. It., l'boenlx, Ariz.; bad cancer of
Hammond, Mrs. M. M.. 331 West Second St.
Los Anireles: cancur of bre.iat.
Hustings. J. 11. care of Electric tt.lt. Co., Los
AUKelis; cancer ot wife's hrenst.
Hamlin, Mrs. M. a., Pomona; cancer of breast.
Uanson, Mrs. L , Santa Monica; cancer of
Hawley, Mrs. B. 8.. 119 North Fcarl St., Los
Aiigeies; cancer or arm.
llelmau. Mis. W. It., lis! Lemon St., Eber
side: cancerof thumh.
Hurt, Mrs. Cbas., Newhall; large cancer ot
Hidden. Chas.. Messina; cancer of neck and
Uornbeck, T. R., Pomona; cancer of nose.
63-page trratlse sent free, with testimonials
oi many wonueriui cuies.
NO PAY UNTIL. CURED.
211 W. First St
Los Angeles, Cal
a e tt w-nifiiiTirprnnnr v i
J. Meets every Thursday night. In O. a!
B. hall. Visiting Workmen are cordially lu-
vueu. j. A. V1SU?I, 31. w
P. R. WEATUKRroRO, Itecordor.
COURT COCONINO. I. O. I, NO. m,
meets evirv Tuesday o cnlnir In Q. A. R.
hull. Visiting brethren cordially United to
attend. O. M. FUNSTON, C. K.
J. M. CLARK. U. 0.
LAGSTAFF LODGE. NO. 7.F. & A. M.
Reeular meetings on the lirsi Saturday
Sight of each calondar month In Masonic
Hall. Kllpatrlck building. Sojourning
urumron coru any invura.
J. GUTHRIE SAVAGE. W. M
T. E. Pdlliam. Secretary.
FORESTCAMP, NO.l, WOODMEN OF I HE
World, meets tt rut and third Widnesday
evenings In each month In Maonlc Hall.
Vlbltlng sovereigns are cordially Invited to
attend. U. O. KI8LINUBUHY,
C. A. Keller, Clerk.
GA. R.-IIEGULAU MEETINGS OF
, Ransom Post. O. A. It.. .No. 4, Depart
ment of Arizona, will be held In G. A. It. hall
on second und last Saturday in each month.
iy. u. iuiiio, lonimunaer.
E. II. Cnrjw, Post Adjutunt.
TO. O. F.-FLAOSTAr V LODGE. NO. II.
...na.a m..ki. VmIi. u .. ......I rttw 1.. HI... amI.
A- UIVCWU.Dt. rilU.J UIUIIIUK 111 i.insiiiiiv.
ball. Visiting brethren cordially Invited.
j. . i.A iiiitiifuiiu. n. u.
CnAS. Clark, Secretary.
CaTests.snd Timle-Muks obtalnd,andsllPaV
mt baslnors cojdacted for Modtrati Fet,
Our Office I' Opposite U.S. Patent Office. .
na wo can secure patent lnless tins than those
remote from Washington.
8ood model, ciraw leg or photo., with descrip
tion. We ad', lo, If patentable or not, free of
ehargo. Our fe a not one till patent Is secured.
A mpMel, How to Obtain Patents," with
names of actnal clients In yonr State, const?, or
town, sent free. Address,,
9ppellt Psisnt MM, WwMwHw, ft, . '
MOUNTAIN LODGE, NO. 15. K. OF P.
meuts everv Wednebdav nlirht In tlielr
cusuo hall In 6. A. K. hall. All visiting
urotners invited to attend.
li. W. BELL, C. C.
yj. II. UOBLE. K. OI K. B.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,
Homestead Entry No. CO.
Lanu Office at PnescorT, I
May 18, 1S1K). f
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settlor has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim,
and that said proof will bo mudo before
Clerk ot District Court, at Flagstaff, Ariz..
July!. 1890, lz; John Skaggs, for tho E ! of
SE K and S Si ot NK !i, bt-ctlou 23. Town
Milp 18 North, Range 0 East. Ho names the
following witnesses to prove his continuous
reside nco upon andcultlvat on of said land,
viz; fcott Henderson of Flagstaff. Allz.t II.
F. Bantaof Flagstaff, Ariz.; John Archer of
Flagstaff, Ariz.; 11. B. Smith ot riagtaff,
Ariz. II. D. K083, Register.
NOTICE OF NEW REGISTRATION
Of Voter In Coconino County, Ari
zona. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT
tho regular tnontlnir nt ,i.m iia.4
of Supervisors of Cocoulno county, Arizona,
the following order was made and duly
.t'..L.j J i.JSi2u" u a'"u ooara on
the 7th day of April, 1899:
Tha Board upon motion orders: That a
notice bo nubllshed for at Iniw, inn. n.ih.
that a new registration of the "otori of tb Is
county must be had tor tho ensuing electlou,
a5r??.uSdHv N. 7 of the Session Laws
of Wan. Territory of Arizona."
Registering officers and all concerned will
take notice and be governed accordingly.
.vKt'.,f"!cl0e twculy naysforo
uy - V ,W.WM"M
ARIZONA CATTLE CO.,
Raugn, Sau Francisco Mouutaios.
Fna Mnla nllt In ainnli Au lt SHfl
mule. Al, right hip; Increase, Al on right
Miouiuer. i'. u nuurcss. i ibrsiuit, Arizona
Frank M. Livehsiore, General Manager.
Alfred J, VT rant
nrand on rliht side
as In cut car marks
crop off lort ana silt in
sitmo; range In ian
Horse brand. AF bar. on right shoulder
ARIZONA LUMBEB 00.
i braaM a U
GWlUMabsNd oeancmUwU ls itli-
Poatoffln adMaa. Vla
Brand as above oat
All laau staek bl
ed n both dda.vttk
wallew fertt aid u
dsi ut ki Meh sari !
swa tas fulluwiBiit Boot T, a H, aaWhst
th aid af aolaai Boot oatil. rM aeud w
Msrlcktsldst TeattU, tm rUatsUUt htm
JA t ?-
Raws 44t mSXm
lav ipal Moary. .
tiii r-MM v
n Uft ribs: scr narks
PosloBr a-iraaa I'laavuft, Arknaa
SEWING MACHINE SUPPLIES!
1 furnish Needles. Oil, Belting, Shuttles,
etc.; also all parts and pieces for thirty
one different kinds of sewing machines.
Besides being agent for tho above, I sell the
WHEELER & WILSON
Cash or Installments. Writ for prices and
W. H. CLARK,
Holbroolc, J. TT.
Are just an old, old remedy
la this new shape.
Doctors have always given
We have them In this shape
simply for their handlness.
ETPASB TASDUM IN l aa
Constlpatkm, . DUzImw. Hiassi
rhe Indestructible !'Maywood'
2o Host lloiern,
Wtoel en Earth,
F "JIP t 7
f AIIBI V U
-3rw LIAMONO Jo-t..
feMlKC rs(SOurtsUci W XSPk.
J&?X ifnrVs. fefttostrHri. f a I I AtI.
wkw5rx maywood yCA CvF
X7 ModelNo.5 V
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vatpvt j Feb. 84, 1801
Oct. 3, 1893
Jan. 1, J89S
Jan. 21, 1600
A Bicycls constructed of material that is solid, tough ami wiry that is i"
pic in construction, easily taken apart and put together ogam, has few parts I i
such wiry material that in parts will hold together ern in an accident, no hell
rmterinl to bo crushed in by every contact; a frame that cannot potsibly'lo Lrol
a frame &o simple that its adjusting parts servo as its cocnecliDg psrls, a o-e-ci
crank in place of a dozen parts, alwa s ready to gi; e reliable and ripid trar.srjor:iiio
SPECIFICATIONS AND DESCRIPTIONS.
FRAME. Improved Double Diamond. Wliat is a Double Dia
DlOlKl Framis? Simply a true truss in every direction for Mraics that occur is
Cycles ths outline of two diamonds in its makeup. Tl'c frames are constructed rJ
Jl-inch cold rolled stel rods, lho toughest and strongett mttal for its weight liana
ind thepirts are joined iogtlicr with Iceland aluminum bronze fitiirgjJnkMht
nanner that it is impossible to breaker anypart to work loose. A raanalcfnMchr
simplicity and durability, tho greatest combination pf ingenuity in bicjcleraccbania
to buildaframs without brazen joints and tubing, as jcu knew that frsrrcs cca'.
tinuilly break and fractura at brarrn joints, and tubes when (hey s.re bLcklediacan"
not be repaired. We fjurtraittco our Double Diamond Frame for three
years. You cannot break it. Standard tue steering hesd aid wheel base
ball bearings both ends of head.
WilBEL;. 28-incb front and rear, warranted one-piece wood rims, best cosj.
ii, piano wire spoke and brass nipples large barrel hubs, f.tled with "Arliirioa''
bose pipe. Morgan & Wright "quirk repair," or come ether first-clas3 i crusuti tin
e pipe. Morgan & Wright "quirk rernir," or come (
PATENT INTEULOOKKD CltANK
BEARINGS. Indestructible ball bearings throuhcut. with 148 hrdtsed itetl
Dans traiiK auau uearing au iiucu viuii our jiniviiL Dan casei, v Inch erehter.
locked and support each other and cannot possibly coroc apart while in Ufc Are tut
and cover the bearings completely. It has been au acknowledged fact that crack
axlo bearings are susceptible of improvement, as threaded ceres or cr. rk zxles sr
continually crowding or working loose We sae this entire nuifance Ly hnirg to
threaded parts whatever, but a clover tc ico in .frame for adjustment Our mention
is most perfect in simplicity and must be seen to be appreciated The t rrccret sad
chain are on the insida of the frame and ball bearings. Great value is gaictd by tbis
arrangement, ea;sof rumin, double vear saved, pcsltiio never lrcse beanrr.s, free,
dom from contract v.ithcbainand sprocket, smooth cutward globular ball tearirjs,
less friction and lot raotioi, heaca greater rpeed. Then with the jointless "cnc-picci
crank," feet, ankles and trousers are free from injury.
ONE-PIECE CRANK Our great achieemer.l, I y itsrpplicatica nerut
two cranks, twopsdal aulas, two ke)i. six screw , hx nuts and f. ur waslnrsfllinc:)
Piece. From 50 to loopsr cent, of all trouble to Bicycles is fromciarks ttcitej
ioso and pedal axles thit break from clampirg connections. 1 hey get loose no nut
' :r how much pains is taken t3 key and tighten them. This is o-iLted 1 y too nac;
jarts, and it is entirely saved by our device, uhich is but one ilrccacdrradefrca
tough rolled steel rods, impossiblo to break. It has be-n proven tbt vhenctwr
cranks break from accident, cur one-piece crank will hardly l-end Dut if best sty
nerson can easily straighten it with a large wrench, and without rtrcourg it fxea
CHAIN. Humber block pattern, best quality, hardened SPIIOCKET
WHEELS. Best drop forged steel. REACH. Shortest, 28 inches longest, 37
inches GEAR. 64 cr 72. rs Fpecificd.
FRONT FORKS. Indestructible. Our fork crowas are simp!) a secticad
gun barrel steel turned up to size, then bort-d and bent, terming a perfect fork errn
that cannot be surpassed for strength and beauty, also giurgaruj-pirt lortr fclil
cold rolled fork rods that just limit the neceesary amount of t rwgines required in a
front fork and which cin only be obtained by lbs use of cur forks and crovn
HANDLE BARS. Rev ersiblo rnd rdjustiLle. a man el cf rimphcity readi
.y adjusted to any position desired, with bet cork rrcompositicn l ndles Iabojirj
a Bicycle it is always a exed question whether ru want dropped or r1eatM bacd'e
bars. If you wanted ono kinti you could cot hac tho other Our liandle bar in
ibles ycu to have either at will. -Will furnish Ram's Hern handle bars if preferred.
SADDLES. Gilliam, P. & F., Reading, or some other first-class make
PEDALS. Rat trap or rubber, full ball bearing - -
FINISH. All parts are enameled with our own special enarcsl, rubbed doja
and baked, giving it a handsome black, glossy rppeirance. All bright ports are hetv
ly nickle-plated; these, witb the jet black glossy part?, gie a handsoae appcaratcs
which cannot bo excelled.
ACCESSORIES. Each "Maywood" Biecle is furnished with leather tool
bag, containing pump, wrench and patent oiler.
WEIGHT. According to tires, pedals, saddles, etc., from 27 to 30 pot'ads
Tho BlajTWOOd" has successfully passed through tho experiments! stJje
During the past three years we bavo put out over sooHIaywootls'ptecedi!
the hands of riders of all classes and widely distributed through the reuD Eipett
riders and clumsy riders, heavy men and light men, on smooth ro.vjs and on rough
roads, have given this wheel every conceivable test, proaiag it to le tl.- In t ubeelps
earth for every day use, awheel that can be constantly ustd otcrtbi 1 aghestand
hardest roads without showing weakness and Ibe constant necessity cf'ej'airi Iti
construction is so simple, its vital parts so strong, that the possibilit; rf brcabgeh
reduced to a minimum
A PRICE THAT WILL REACH YCU.
Do not imagins because it is not high priced it is not higli grade ' e do col we
expensive hollow tubing, besides, we belong to no Combination or Trust. e
own every patent, pay no royalties, manufacture the entire wheel ourselves and ars
satisfied with a reasonable profit, employ no ejipensie racers, but cVprd tircn thi
jood common Eenio of thi American people to appreciate a good tiling when th
it. Wo can afford lo make tin price we do for we txpect to sell ten 'O!ll"noods
to one of any individual maka sold We simply say that the 'Maj wood" isa per
fect Bicycle, containing more originality and genuine" points of excellence tbancaa
be found in all other machines bunched together.
Cask Buvers' Umos. Evnstos, Itx Jaauar) ir. 1S9S
Mestrs:n regard so "3IOjrwoo(l" Biccle, I will say that I bio found it to
inswer all purposes as guaranteed. Last summer I rode one from Cbicgo throngs
Michigan, Canada, and all over western New York and northern I'-najl a' "ot
withstanding tho fact that I rode it over all kinds of "roads an-l ia -a 1 ere many
.noro expensive wheels would not have stood the test, it is otill in coed condition
C. B. Seelv, N' W L'ni fity.
PRICES AND TERMS.
840.00 Is our Special Wholesale Price.
Never before sold for less. To quickly introduce the
''Maywood" Bicjde, we have decided to make a
sp-cial coupon offer, giving every reader of this p'iper'a
tnancc to get a strictly first-class wheel at the lowest
prica ever offered. On receipt of $35,00 and coupon we
will ship anywhere, to anyone, the above described Bi
ejele, securely packed aud crated and guarantee safe
deliver. Money refunded if not as represented after
arrival and examination We will ship C. O.vD. with
privilege of examination, for $36 do and coupon, pro
vided $5 00 i3 sent with the order as .1 guaraptee of good
faith Wo snd a written binding Avarranty'with each
Bicycle Tbis is a chance of .1 lifetime and you cannot
afford to let tho opportunity pass.
Address all orders to CASH BUYERS' UNION,
i6j West Van Durtn Street,' Bx i347. CHICAfiO. ILL,
Gonpan No. 1347 K
cc:s r:s ji
IF SENT WITH
ORDER FOR K
No. s Maywood
inc muRDun iiraiiiitit id h (iuuu m
Does the neatest work, costs-
the. least to keep in order,
has interchangable Steel
Type, writes all languages
Ti nnll.10C6 ""
lis man) nu"""-t)
too numerous to mention-
Arlrlress for narticulars.
A HIGH GRADE
STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE.
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