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!ghc Ctocmiujjr uu.
Tlu jury in tho caso of John S.
Jours, nVi'VilH Viillny rancher, charged
with rapu on his stepdaughter, ro
t limed a mi diet of guilty.
Either trade tmist ho very good or
tiio ivls of Gallup I'XtlvinelY sednc
livu. no Itss tluin ihit-o nianiagi-s-hav-iiig
taken place in that enterprising
huig within a week,
Sergt. riiilip La-liley, colored, has
been fnuiid guilty of niurdcriug l'to.
Smiiulris ul Foil ilunhiica and 'was
fc nteiicetl to bo hanged. There wan a
dui-ky balle coiiuxcled with the case.
A icpoit I'Miii'H from Preseott of tho
xalr of the United Wide copper mines
at Jiiomi ouiiidtiy V. A. Claik of
Mniitiiiia, to a I'leiich s nilietito fur
$50,000,000. '1 lie tip' ft hill not been
Bill Mehan, brother of Charlie
Mi hnii, Clilne.-e interpreter, tho ex
pugilist,, 'was on Saturday last at Pres
cott sentenced to three jenrs in the
It-iiili.iiitl pii.-oii for complicity in a
Ueoige Scott, brother of the sheriff
of ApnchV county, hits written from
Ktiitsis City that he had sold hi
mutton iheep at the rate of 3 76 per
cut in that city, or iiuiiuiletil to$2 70
per head at Ilollirook.
Uovtriior Fiankliii, with Auditor
Liitrh mul Editor Dunbar, returned
tliW tin ruing fnui a vi.il to Yuma.
'lli fnlliid I lie iliiimige to t lie piimili
b llie leeelit tile to have been, bill
fclight i'liueiii.x Ilelahl.
A dispatch lnjlll Tucson 8:iS thai
tn tnlnpai ii m of eilMill and 60 Miilllf
iinilt r c mmaiiil of Liitils. Axeiill and
Hue. wele j..inul l' AleMCilll troops
m.d t In tin- turn on llie html for I In
Ap.icl.u Kid" and sniue other ivii
egadex. I.nl Miiiidnx Giieiiior Franklin re
linked Siipeiiiiteiidelit Iia li. llalliblili
(lulu tin- insane a-iluni and appointed
Di. li. V. Ilii-bi of l'linenix in hit,
plan, bin ilniiildiii, like Col. .McCord
and 'I li iiflilel Cole, will Hot be
A bile man named Jim William
and a lie- ! tut lii I lluwitlil ilhrim
ale in di I ill I ist fr tin ft in Phoenix.
I. ill ibe slu rill'- olUei l have ennui In
lliinl, liirt Imld the mind. IVIS nl
Your, noy Won't Live Month
So Mr. Oilman Brown of. 34 Mill
street. South Gardner, Mass., was told
by the doctors. His son had Lung
trouble following 'Typhoid Malaria,
mid ho spent $376 with doctors, who
finally gave him up, saying: "Your
boy won't live u month.'' He tried Dr.
King's Now Discovery ami a few bottles
restored him to health and enabled him
to go to work a perfectly well man.
Ho says he owes his present good
health to use of Dr. King's Now .Dis
covery, and knows it to be tho best in
tho world for Lung trouble. Trial
bottlo free at D. J. Bran Don's drug
9100 Reward 9100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure known to the
medical fi sterility. Catarrh being a
.onstitutioiial disiase, require 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
giUng the patient strength by building
up tho constitution and agisting na
ture in doing its work. The proprie
tors have so much faith in its curative
powers that they offer one hundred
dollars for any case that it fails to
cure. Send for list of testimonial.
Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO., To
B3uSold by all druggist.
For Over Fifty Year.
Mrs. Wiusiow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over ttfty years by mil
lions of mothers for their children
"Idle teething, with perfect succt'M.
It soothes tho child, softens the gums,
allas all pain, cures wind mile, and is
he liest remedy for diarrhoea. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer imme
diately. Sold by druggists in every
part of the world. Twenty-tlve rents
a ImiIiIp Ho sure and asV for Mrs.
Winslow'g Soothing Syrup." ami take
no other kind.
dm., all give
irar to e ear
a ,-ii'K ki 1 1 i ului was shut in Mintit ii(ht,toret,w
l.tiliu F til Minn month-, ii "ii. renh,
iUaiiiopn coin. t bit- pioiluceu ten aaatha
ciHli.iid-. of hi.iiej ueigbiitg 24,000
p. nulls i iii I. in a on. nlli. Though
oiil 3 J cents :i pound was realized foi
lie c-ii loads, iluie is a plolil at that
pi ice liutl lite tr-S"eialiou expect to
gel a In Hi r fig. He for the next hip
James (.'. Itlalu, who muiderid Mall
Ilo. pi i in bile Hills I line cats ago,
unit ubi. uiif. seiin neitl to tuelilj-tlVi
in-- in Yuiiiii priiitfiitinr l) Juilgi
Han kins, tsuipiil fn m lli.it ilisllllllioii
lasl night 'llie teleginlii ditl not stale
In-w ilu i -cap. was i Hi etui. Mohae
(" tint Mini r.
l.nbi 'IbiiiMliiy eeiiing Ihem.iir'ae
of A. J D.iggH of l'lii.euix to Mis
I tin M fen I bit g i t Eali I Inlle. is.,
uns m.Ii iniiizeil at i he nsideiice of th
Hex. Dr. (JIhim-, pastor of the Method
ist chinch. Phoenix. 'Ibe pal ties in
tend to sjiend the linnet union taking
in the v. until I fill sights of Noltlielti
rum the 1895 nporl of C. M.
Slitimoii, iiiieinal I eveituu collector of
the disliict of Arizona and New
Mixico, ilppiiiis t li nt there are in tin
tcrilloi) C30 saloons, one wholcsali
licjiior house, itnd 18 w huh sale and
I cluil malt dealers, which paid n
leenm of flG.219 62 to the United
Stales for the ear. 'I his statement
shows a iiduclion dining the last 12
mouths of 39 sitloous and 3 wholesale
The Fountain of Ufa
,(! i Wl
R T Pill
in 'li V n i H
liUl 111 FREE.
(I II v u III
Mil I 1111 ?
I v 1 A
DURHAM V-,,A Sss,
rvMlmil v Vilfiiiii
m a mimfr'r&s
-h&'js yw 4 WT ib'ua
i f V f e li I lV -
Ton wilt And one coupon
inside each two ounce bag,
and two coupon! Inside each
tonr ounce bag of Black
well's Durham, Bny a bag
of this celebrated tobacco
and read theconpon which
(tees' a list of valuable prre
esrte and how to get them.
DB. D.J. BRANNEN. PHY8ICIAN AND
Surgeon, FlagHt4ff. Arizona Will re
spond promptly to all calls from any point
on tho Atlantl.; & Paclflc Railroad. Olllco
and drug store opposltu the depot.
T 8. ROBIN-ON. M
W Arlioiia. Ufflcea
M. 8ANF0RD. ATTQRNBV AT LAW.
Il.ortn Aala Will iiciiitlliiu In nil
court of Arizona.
DOE. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office two doors west of llio ll.ilik
C1 8. CLABK, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Ej Offloo In tho Uaubltt. building. King
Tair, Arizona, t'racttco boforo tho buml
Department a specaltjr.
Nouar I'cut.ic axd
JPHTICKOr Till PeACt.
WlbUANS, .... AllUOA.
Him all the legal blanks in uio In tho Tor
O. U. W.-FLAG8TAFF LODGE. No la.
'V, ijefts eytry ThurndMy n.gllt. in U. A.
:. null. VUltlns Workmen uns unrdliillv In
vited. ... J. A. WILKU.S, U, W.
p. u. WEATnLBroitu. Iffcorqer,
COUKT COCONINO. I, 0. V.. NO. h
uieuu every I'tienday eruiilng In o'. A. It
bull. Vlililng brcthruii wirdliiily Invloil n
attend. U. it, f- UNnfuN. C. It.
i, it, CLABK. R. 8,
t'LAUItTAFF LUIKF.. NO 7,V. & A. M.
Regular meetliivs on llie liri fcHturdaj
niKht of each eak'iiilnr mouth In Mumiiii.
Hull. Kllpatrlck liulldiiig. .-(.Juurnln.
brethren cord ally Inrlii il.
J. litil'IIICIK fAV.(!K. W. M
T. E. I'DLMAM, MirD'lliry.
'OHESTCAMP.NO.l. WUUIIMF.NDP I Hi
g In ench rnimtli in Masonic Hull
norm, me. is upland mini w.dnou.ij
I unii 1. 1 t)mi..uiilr,
Ingtorvrolgn am .onllaily liulud t.
attend, ,U, KIShl.V.Jlll H
c. A. Kii.i.kb, clerk.
GA. K.-EUl)LAR MEETINGS Ol
. UuiiMim Piisl. Q. A It,. iV). 4, Depart
rutin of Arizona, will uoheld in U. A. It In I
on vecond and null Saturday In each month
L. L. 1IUKNS. CoiutiiuiKler.
E. II. Cress. I'oit Adjutant.
I rTulTnttoo the prematura ro el Hon o' tht
uwii, ,.,i..i nrH crniu cnev ui 'imc laan
boot. Hu ya icur t itervoati.lliy.OrTOaf
nest, eml-ilon .
fWi'lrcuUri. ,i I'M.ttuonltU.
HUDSON MBniGAt, INSTITUTK,
etocitw, Market cud I lilt H rfsts.
r t!i Kmxnsro, Cal
A lllnze at (irmid (nil yon City.
A fin n'Hiiiilcnt f i diii GiiiiiiIChiiwiil
Cllv, tintlfi ilati- of tin' Mth iiiHt., iv-
p.ll'tK II Vl'l't M'lil.lM CIlllllnlHlillll
thi'i-i-, mill hut for llie prompt i-ffoit
.of Jot- (iililrr mill D. L. V..n Net (lit ol
tin tilt1 ihpai lini'iit iniglit lmvo hri'ii
nilii'h worn. Thu Urn lirst did-covi-it'il
hi thu roiioii tent, from
wlii'iii'f it epirnil to the hurro i-orriil,
which whs totiillr ileftrojid. Tim
lllltllltj,'!! iH I'AtillliltHl nt nhout $1,000.
Tlii-pirsidi'iit lum giauieri suspen
sioii of ihi si'titi'iiCH pa.'Ni'd on John
LoiiH'of Aiizona in Apt il, 1895, for
lobljiiijr a postofficf. Thu prisoner
uow in tin California statu prison, and
tlio"p'i-fsldcut directs that ,a fuller
stittemeut of thu facts hu supplied and
flit titer infoi niation as to alleged ques
tionable conduit in thu prisoner's cou-victlou,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
(Estate of Patrick turley. Deceased.)
Notice U h. reby glren by the underlined.
admlnNtratorof tboextate of Patrick Cur
ley, deceased, to the creditor of, and all
p rnoiix having clnlms a.'tlnit the said de
ceased, to exhibit them with the necri-iary
vouchers, wit hln ten months after the flint
publication of this notice, to the said admin
istrator, at hit placo of business, being the
office of the Re-ldent Engineer of th" Atlan
tic ai.d I'aclflc rullroad. In tho to n of
Williams, Cuciiittiiii county, Arlzena. the
same being the placo for the transaction of
the business of satd estate.
It. D. BURNS.
Administrator of the estate of Patrick Cur
Dated nt Flagstaff. A.T.. June 4. IMt.
1 , inret
F.-FLAOiTArr" I,01)iip. No. ii
inreUerury Frlihiy vveiilllK In Mir-wil
lirvlhn-n eordluily Imlm.l.
J. W. WEAl'HEKKultll. N.'i;
CHA8. Claiik. Secretary.
IVJOUNTAIN LODGE, NO. 15. K. Of
HI wepis pyery neni
It. W. HELL. C. C.
llll'Uls HVerv Ueflnnll.iv i.Il.I.i In ll.,
ciio hall In 6 A. It, hull, All llni.
broihent Invited to attend.
c. H.cnrir.E. K.of R.s.
t'lll'ltt II IIIIIKl'KHIV,
REV. F. FltEk
lor. On Miinliiv.i 1'iikt .!.i ui
OC H. in.: Necniiil Masjiiti In it. in Sitniii,
Mil. .. at It a. ill Kviinln.' service al .'..iii
m. On week iIhvn .Hum ut 7 u. m. fin i.
jecinid Siimlay of each month pinyer mee
lr,EatlUa. m. Nutllluv selliHil at I u. m A
LMbVT M. E. UIIHRi'll. lOIINEIt u
i. liurru Hliu LHreux HlteetH. li .M. iui
lord Post. r. I'li.ui'lilng hi II a- in. and ; p. i
SunduyH; Sunday whool ut to a. in.. O-. it
Glhwiii, Superlnu-iident. Clas uieetlng'. i.
I Jit5 p. m. Epwurth League 6:3u p. i.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at ;.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Homestead Entry No. 047.1
I,akii orricc at Pnmcorr, I
Uayl8,t8tM. f ,1
iouco is ucreoy given mat the following
named settler has filed notice of hU Intention
to make final proof In support of his claim,
and that said proof will bo made before
Clerk of Distil -t Court, at Flagstaff, Ariz
July 2. 18W, viz: John Skaggs, for the E K of
SE-M and-8 Jiof-NE U.'Sectlon . Town
ship 18 North. Range 8 East. Ho tinmen the
following witnesses to prove his continuous
rexidcnce upon nndcultlvat on of said land,
viz: fcotl Henderson of Flagstaff. A rlt.i II,
F, Banta of Flagstaff, Arlz.t John Archer of
Flagstaff, Ailz.; II, U. Smith of Flagstaff,
Ariz. II. D. R088. Register.
L'lRST PitESIIYTERIAN CIIURCI
I North San Frunclwn hi reel. Tliuiniis
Moffvtt, pastor. Saln.al I services: Preueliln
II a. m. mid eiljjp. m.i hunilav school, in .
nj.l Y. P. K. C. E. pruyer meeting. 7:11 p. in
,uiu-tcch t'-iiiiiureiicu iinu prnv.-r. iiiutsUi
evening. A cordial Invitation Is extended I
NOTICE OF HEW REBISToATIOH .
Of Voters In Coconino County, Ari
zona. NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT
tho rnmilul miwtlnir nf thn Itnoyri
ol Supervisors of Coconino county, Arizona,
mo luuuwiug uruer was muue ana uuiy
entered upon ihe locords of said board on
the 7th day of April. lsoas
"The Hoard upon motion orders! That a
nptlco bo published for at least four months
that a new registration of tho rntor nt th I.
county must bo bad for the ensuing election,
ajrequijrcdby ctNo,Tof tho Session Laws
of 18!l. Territory of Arizona."
(Registering olllcors and" allconoorned will
take notlco and be governed accordingly.
thavefel. ClW' ' d" l0
By ordor of tho Board of Supervisors of
Coconino county. ."
First publication AprtlA' BWH '
r . abTssiSR
will stop a cough In a night, check a cold
In a day, and cure consumption If takes
la time. If the titUe ones have Croup or
V9 If AtrfiaS..... '
w. "J fl WfliV IJf,
' "- In dalB
Jli i aisease Prerresset so rapidly that
Mj'Iossof aftwlioura In treatment Is
S5!5,('ut r.AcKna E0USH Rfm "
or will cure Croup, and it abtmld al.
vrl kept in the lotus for
oatersjeztofM. Am ceat boitls may
eve your child's life. '
Tkrte slissi 95e, soc, II. All Drag gfit.
ACKER MEDICINE CO.
ttXt Chamber 8L, NewTork.
ndiuou-flii luua vv?
Who can think
I WagTon CS5X'
ARIZONA CATTLE CO.,
il.ini'. S.in I'l'uiii'Ncii MoiiiituiiiH.
Office and resilience In tho
leiepnouo no, -'.
H.ir iii irks, silt l.i m-Ii e,iri lioix-s ami
mule-. 1 rl-'lil lilii; In :i.', Al ii'i iliflit
-llOllltllT. P. 1) !lliill'-s PlllKsl Hir. A rlionii
I'lilNK M. Livuiisioiir.. Ueiivnil M:iu:ior.
lll.l .1. It l-Ml.t
llriindiui rlglii side
II ill .'III I'.tl" InHrk- I
cropotr tort and silt in
ne rndestructible "Maywood'
Wheel on Earth.
THIS $76.00 COol.
- J '$35
m m amAiiair
i,it.vti (Feb. 34, 1801
l'ATE.TJ j My 17 lg91
Oct. 3, 1803
Jan. 1, 1805
Jan. SI, 1399
A Bicycle constructed of material that is solid, tough ami viry
olo in cfin-trnclion, easily taken apart and put together rgain. lira ftv'
uc't wiry ranterial that it i parts will hold together even in an ticcidei
mitcri.il to Ua crushed in by every contact; a frame that cauue-t poFMbi .
a itama so simple that its adjusting rnrts scro ss its conptctini..r..u
crank i.i place of a dozen parU, always ready to give reliable and rapid tr
SPECIFICATIONS. AND DESCRIPTIONS.
Fit AMR. Improved Doublo Diamond. Wliat Is aPr '
monil FraiiK!? Simply a truo truss in every direction for strains
ycics tn i outline ot two aiamnnus in its makeuD. Tho framts ar. ,
ig-iuc h cotJ railed stesl rods, tho toughest and strongest metal for its
tnd thspirts are Joined tog -Iher with steel and rlumin'um bron?r f.i.
nanner tn it it is impossible to break or any part to. work loose, A mar
.implicit)- and durability, tho greatest combination of ingenuity in bicjtl- t
-to buildafnms without brazen joints and tubing, as yruktcw thatf
.iauaily break and fracture at brazen joints, and tubes when they rrc t
lot bo repaired. We Ruarauteo our Double Diamond Frni.ic u r t'
yars. You cannot break it. Standard sire steering head cad -b-'l
beiringi bith endt of held.
1IL,GuS. s8 inch front and rear, warranted one-pirce wcod r "i
it piano wire spokes and brass nipples, large barrel hubs, fitted with
hois pipe, Morain & Vrlht "quii k repair," or some other first-class r r,
PATEST lXTEULOUKKD CRANK AX'l.r. im'si -
BE.VUINGS. Indestructible ball bearincs thfouehout. uiih i.r I
balU. Crank shaft bearings are fittrd with our patent ball caseF, v 1 '
locked and support each other and cannot possibly come apart while in u-t
anu cover me ueanngs completely, it nas been an acknowledged f ct
mm ucdnugs dro suscepiiuis oi improvement, as tnre
llor-u hruii.l. AT lj.tr. on rleht fclioiiUIer
RIZ0A LUMBER QQ.
threaded rrnrt it r.
continually crowding or working loose. We lave this entire Euitance I 1
threaded part3 vhalever, but a clever device in frame for adiuBtmt nt c
la most p-irfect in simplicity and must be seen to be appreciated. 11.
tin I a are oa ths tnsidijof the frame and ball bearines. Gresi value i. n
.K.'.iei i wliii-"in iuS rranae.cnt. s9 of running, double wear saved, positive never l.-cje b.
rniiieiM.'uiiiountaiti. dm from contract with chain and sprocket, smooth outward globular l . t
t'liailolliee. Pluirutnff lei frlclioi nnd Irwt mlinn. hinrj armr ,vuMt Tl..n ,.;.l.ii.Ain:.,i
crank." feet, ankles nnd trousers are free from injury.
ONE-PIECE CRANK. Our great achievement; by its appl.c-
o ennks, two pedal axles, two keys, six screws, tix nuts anil frur w. A r
wiiece. From jo to toa psr cent, of all trouble to Bicycles is frcm cr r
ose aqd pedal axles thti break from clamping connections. They gtt 1. - --.r
how much piins is taken to key and tighten them. This is cat icd 1 r
uts, anil it is entirely saved by our device, which is but one piece ai
ough rolled steel rods, impossible to break. It has been proven lli.t
:rinks break from accident, our one-piece crank will hardly bend Pi
jersan cm easily straighten it with a large wrench, and without renr
CHAIN. Humber block, pattern, best quality, hardened. SIM'.
WHEELS. Best drop forged steel. KEACH. Shortest, 23 ir.du -inches.
GEAIt. 64 or 71, as specified.
FUONT FORKS. Indestructible. Our fork crowns are stmpH ?
sun barrel steel turned up to size, then bored and bent, forminc a nerfe.
braadsd as la
m aaainarad oouxratU! a lfs
rou.rBc xliti m Fl
linsv, 1 lira's TUf
Brand n abott oat
ll isrinf iitock bmnd
tb stds, wlU
u in 1 .u..ttiu
Id uf Aiiliai
rifatsUsi I attl -n a
ui r. a
willow rark sod 11
l-rl)l ut Mr Mri all
ixiut. T. ll . hr r,
no.. 1 4tti,
. roa-l .-raai
rlf at slosi k'
to.E( Ixbt all
V T i.n ooQQtT.
( ttllf hranld J 1
.11 l-ft rtl; r nru
gur rot oa rich
"ir .Tar tnp oa I'
'wu.lU. .t ., 1. ftY.rkrl rlva
MING H3flE SUPPLIES!
I 11111M1 N.mmII.w. on. ,.nS, Shiittli..
! :imi ,i Mllr. .mil iiIm'i'h Tnr Ihlrty
. iliiren-nt Minis uf -enliu niiicliine
"l.li-s liclniriii.'1'iil for the nliovn. I 1.0II Hi.
VHEELE8 & WILSON
n-li or liiktalliiifiiiy. Writ" tor (nlres an.
W. H. OLARK,
. l o 1 Ls 1-00 k, A. . T
Are just an old, old remedy
In this new shape.
Doctors have alwaysglven
this prescriptionin water!
We have them in this shape
simply for their' handiness.
JUPAK8 TaSULEa tn Ilk an
CoasUpatlofl, DUxIneas, Nausea,
Oysffvtia and Msf.Nutrltloo
I art yUWto Ripaas Tabulss.
At DnwStoresor W-Mifl forJO Oat,
, . 'ifj'
that cannot be surpassed for strength and beauty, also givirgaruppcr'
cold rolled fork rods that lust limit the necessary amount of scrincines r
front fork and which can only be obtained by the use of our forks and cr.
HANDLE DAKS. Reversible and adjustable, a marvel cf cimi
y adjusted to any position desired, with best cork orcompositicn handle;.
Ui.-j clu it is always a vexed Question whether you want dropped or rl
-jirj If. you wanted one kind you could not have the other Our ha
ibles you to hava cither at will. Will furnish Ram's Horn handle bars if r
SADDLES. Gilliam, P. & F., Reading, or some other firct-cla's r ' -
PEDALS. Rat trap or rubber, full ball bearing.
FINISH. All parts are enameled with our own special enamel.ru ,.. '
ind baked, giving it a handsome black, glossy appearance. All bright parts -ly
nicUe-plated; these, with the jet black glossy parts, give a handsome a e
which cannot be excelled. ' '
ACCESSORIES. Each "Maywood" Bicycle is furnished with 1
b.ig, containing pump, wrench and patent oiler.
WEIGHT. According to tires, pedals, saddles, etc., from 27 to 3 ;
Tho Maywood" has successfully passed through the experm -During
the past three years we have put out over 5,000 "Mnvwoort-.'"
the hands of riders of all classes and widely distributed through"thc com
riders and clumsy riders, heavy men and light men, on smooth re
reads, have given this wheel every conceivable test, proving it to be tu
eirth for every day use, awheel that can be constantly used overt1
hardest roads without showing weakness and the constant necessity c.
construction is so simple, its vital parts so strong, that the pcssibilit
"duced to a minimum.
A PRICE THAT WILL REACH YOU.
Dj not inngine because it Is not high priced it Ss not high grade,
vpeniive hollow tubing, besides, wo belong to no Combination or 1 .
own cvciy patent, pay no royalties, manufacture the entire wheel ci .
tJluficd with a icasonable profit, employ no expensive racers, but c p -ood
common senso of the American people to appreciate a good thir"
We cm afford to make the price wo do for we expect lo rell trn M 1
toonaof any individual make sold. Wc simply say that lhe''Mnjwois.'
lect Biccle, containing more originality and genuine points of cxcclh.
v,i found in all other machines bunched together,
Oa. ic Boyers' Union. ' Evansion, III , January -
Metsrt: In regard so "Maywood" Bicycle, I will say that I ha c '
mower all purposes as guaranteed. Last summer I rode oce from Ch.c
Michigan. Canada, and all over western New York and northern Penni
ii''istandinK the fact that I rode it over all kinds of roads n in placi
.noro expensive wheels would not have stood the test, it is still in ert d r
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PRICES AND TERMS.
Ji40.00 is our Special Wholesale Price. aEH5Err
Novtr before sold for less. To quickly introduce the (jf
".lliiywooil" Bicycle, we have decided to make a nj COODOIl KO. 1
'p r.ial coupon offer, giving every reader of thh paper a li ...
h nice to get a strictly first-class wheel at the lowest ( 8"3 r'2
jricicver offered. On receipt of $35.00 and coupon we nj r S '
will ship anywhere, to anyone, the abovo described Bi- In 35 J
deliver) . Money refunded if not as represented after
arrival and examination. Wc will ship C. O. D. with,
privilege of examination, for $36.00 and coupon, pro
vided $5 00 is sent with the order as a guarantee of good
fa'tb We snd a written binding warranty with each
Bicycle. This is a chanre of a lifetime and you cannot
afford to lot tho opportunity pass.
Address all orders to CASH BUYERS' UNION,
16a West Van Buren Street, Bx U47. CHICAGO, ILL.
IF SENT Wl-'
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THE jam TOTHITEB IS 11 638B Pl?:i:.
A HIGH GRADE
STANDARD OR EXCELLENCE.
DoeS the neatest ur; .
- the least "to keet ' i
Type, writes all Ian y . .
Its many advantae
too numerous lo ra n
Address for particu!..:
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