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cllXED UP. j Watermelons are plenty here now
and people are feasting in then:.
Some one reported that R. 15:. hn
j had just n-ceived a new automobile,
I and th: was the occasion of tli crowd
ee passed ui hU i"s store wnen ne was un-
morning- for St. Louis. Anions other l,a'lcin- itliu setting up that hand e
articles of freight she carried s.lOO ; iinle patrol ffayiiii.
sacks of wheat. j Don't forget if you use l'utnam
Frank Kuntz is here from St. Louis ! Felcss Dyes you don't have to send
visiting his brother-in-law Win. Holm- i f"' 11 l,:l, li:l-e f'"' w"ol and one for
fnunil Tlmt l of
The Peters L.
has a i.e.r paper which starts ; i ather Kern of Jackson is here
Id with a g d patronage. j day.
THr::UAY. j Prof. McGhee acd Mrs. Anna
Stay that barking by useing Ballard
Horehound Syrup. It arrest the
ough, allays irritation of tlx-throat,
and relieves conjestion of the iiins
in a day. It is safe and pleasant to
take, and never disapoints.
50 cents. I. Ben. Miller. 2",nd
David A. ;ienn has
clothing and furnishin-
his stock of
cotton. Kach l-ackage color
; fillers. Sold by W. II. Coerver.
The(:ije will soon have another
.manufacturing industry added to
those already here. ha-. Herh-t
leaves for St. Louis tonight on the
War Eagle to purchase machinery
lor ;i brouiii factory. He ex wets to
procure a complete outfit and will
Seitz visited Jackson this week in the
may be- re-1 Merest of the Gaseo-Chemic Institute.
j Notwithstanding so much bad
j weather the wheat crop will be one of
' The be.-t ever raised in this county
Jackson Cash-Rook: The iUpubli
jeans held their senatorial convention
at Williamsvilie on Tuesdav and nom
inated .losepn Caldwell of ISolIinger
unit-cr ot passengers Pack and ! r. .mams oi tne uenio-
l"U- weatlfi- is pleasant for I l'r!lt was :l candidate, but the conven-
: -'iii'' and a- the War Ka-'lei1"" i"' 'il to overlook this old wheel
.! fashions in
hut no o'd-fa-hio'ied medicine
replace Chaniliei Iain's Colic,
lera and Diarrhoea TIeni-.-dy. For
by I. Br-a MIKer.
II. K. Gannon i expected
im Cairo in a nay or two.
jin '-tn hii.u iij operation in a
i . i : i .. ii i . . .. -i
intu li. .t i , , sum i mile. .;r. llerilM is sallslieU
...... .lujuiuiug ins piace (
on Main street and business is in full i ' '
blast there. ! "uiiKiin i o. .News: 1 Here is no
ran make his venture a
imaged by water and several owing
ground was too
i-,..H ,., ,- , I'jiiesnoi; uui lliai crops l.'l 1111
iniaauuila oiien pivvent i ., i ,
t u: . r. n--... r- , .. , I have Ix-en greatly damaged
i; . ,. . . . continued wet weather. Some
..l.io aic inv suiaii puis in size, out : tjM
.I re mnst. tffMi.t!vu in ........ : .i !
" . 7 ' ! to the fact that the
.., .....,i.i . 'i-i, , wet to cultivate. In a few instances
acn troubles, i hey cure constipation , ., , . , , , , ....
, , 1 crops have been abandoned. The
and headache and regulate the bow 1 ,. - , ,
. - M, " .cotton crop is damaged worse than
els. U in. H. Coerver. I . ,. , ., ,
anv other, for the double reason tlmt
The i year old daughter of .1 M ! th.-.. ; .. .,..i r .1. ..
Moore of Greenevillc, Mo..
of .1. M.
got hold . staide and that it ren nires th. mo-..
of some toothache medicine a day or (careful cultiuation.
two since and after taking a swallow .,. ; , , . , ,
, ,. . " " I ktinninL' sores, indolent ulcers and
herseU.she gave some to her year ! similar troubles, even though of many
old sister. Both were taken sick im- year's standing, may liecured by using
mediately and died in great a"onv. ! ReWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It
, -"v.u ;. nin.uiui lis rtiiu IK.T.1IS. Jt IS
... ... .uiiinni IIU3 iviai lieu IIOI11
Kansas City where he had gone to
meet the Tammamy
Uriah Jones. Hezekian Brown and
John Peter Smith will testify to the
wonderful curative properties of Dr.
Simmons' Cough Syrup. Sample bot
tles free. Satisfaction or money re
funded. For sale bv allduggists.
A l'oplar Bluff dispatch states that
smallpox has again become epidemie
in southeast Missouri anil northern
Arkansas. Several hundred cases
are reported. The health officers of
nearly all the counties have issued
orders that picnics, political meetings
and like gatherings be stopcd until
the disease is stamped out.
Waxtki l.'i teams, 1.1 factory men.
-10 bolt cutters. Steady work. Ap
ply at Ardiola Stave Co., Aruiola,
tne great pile cure. . li. Coerver
The Illinois Central railroad com
pany has legun the erection of an ex
tensive banana house at Beech wood,
which will Im- sun by U feet. Four
tracks will Im-laid through it: it will
be supplied with hot air in the winter.
It is estimated that its completion will
require lnOcar loads of material, and
will accomodate M' carloads of bana-
nas. It will cost s?riHK.
j The mills here are receiving a great
I amount of wheat every day.
j Negroes lynched a member of their
j rac near Houston. Tex., 011 Monday,
i The -nly reason given for the deed
J was that they did not like the man.
j A broom factory employing a small
number of men. while not a great
' industry in itself, is still an indica
i tion of prosperity and may possibly
t: : I.e.- Line boats are provided
wi'-i !iarils the'' l,i:ve no trouble in
si 1 r.i-'pir passengers.
The wheat over in Illinois has turn
ed out V-tter than wa expected.
Tlnv-hiiig is not finished yet, and
some of the farmers over the river are
The rumor that -mallpox was pre
valent at Zalnia is denied.
!"..!: Salk Old established cigar,
tobacco and notion store at IiVi Red
dle stn-et. l'rice 'f.ViO. Business es-
tabijshed over .'!4 vears ago.
1 lead to more important things. Mary
Dr. Simmons' Sarsaparilla effect 1 .r,-e;H matters have had onlv small
ually aids weak, impaired and debili-i be ri nr. iters.
atted organs of both sexes. Its action j ,,. S;lll Tw( N,leIuiia ,.k.k hous
is quick and lasting. Fifty cents and , es in lj. (.i,v(tw ., jj. ,Mli,,,
kl I lloses.
; ing. the other suitable for a residence
111 reierring 10 me oig rouriu 01 1 anil Dusiness House, tor turther in-
July celebration at Caruthcrsville. j formation apply at this office.
the Democrat of that place says
"The music was furnished by Schu
chert's band of Cape Girardeau, and
their performance called forth many
words of praise."
Miss Ruby Ross has just returned
home to sH-nd th,- summer vacation.
She has been teaching school in!
Kansas: and sjieaks highly of the, India.
eople. the beauty and preserity of
the Suntloner State.
Moments are useless if trilled away
and they are dangerously wasted if
consumed by delay in cases where One
Minute Cough Cure would bring im
mediate relief. W. H. Coerver.
Sundav some horsemen went out to
the new fair grounds and tried the
race track with some horses. They
were loud in their praise of the 'rack
and pronounced it just the thing.
Ed. Thomas. a negro who drives one
of Vasterling's delivery wagons was
taken this morning with what seemed
to be a paralytic stroke.
Evil after effects never follow th
Use of Dr. Bell s Reppermmt I. fill
Tonic. It is a pleasant liver laxative.
It makes rich, red blood. It makes
stout, sound bone. It makes tlesh. It
makes rosv cheaks. All of this cures
chills so they stay cured. Dealers
People who are ported are talking
together quietly of an elojiement that
took place a day or two ago. A young
couple of this city took wings. Hew
away somewhere and were married.
They are expected home shortly.
Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer entertained a
few friends last evening in honor of a
young lady who is her guest.
C. A. Marchildon is in town to-day
Are you lacking iu strength and
energy. Are you nervous, despondent,
irritable, billious. constipated and
generally run down in health. If so.
your liver is torpid, and, and a few
doses of Herbine will cure you I
Herbine has no equal as a health re-I
storer. I. Ben Miller.
The wheat has commenced to move
and the steamboats will do a rushing
business for the next two or three
Advnce Critic: The S. M. A A.
railroad is certainly coining to the
front as fast as time will allow. It is
now in good shape and has a-splendid
passenger service, and no doubt when
the proposed extention from Puxico
to Poplar Bluff is built, it will lie the
leading route for S. E. Missouri
The Democrat is assured that mat
ters are now in train looking to the
opening and the development of those
lead mines at Tilsit.
Cillicrt Warner, his wife and live
caildien recenth- went to Joplin. All
the familv became ill and being toi
poor to employ a doctor they endur
ineirayony until a tew Hay ago when
Iliree 01 lue eiiiiiirca died. Let us
hold another meeting at once to rai
lunus lor trie starving iieopie in
The Fair Association is making
arrangements to effectively advertise
the opening of the new fair grounds
Certainly vou don't want to suffer
with dyspepsia, constipation, sick
headache, sallow skin and loss of an-
K-tite. Vou have never tried D
ltt's Little Early Risers for these
complaints or you would have betn
cured. They are small pills but great
regulators. H m. Ij. Coerver.
Very few farmers aiv seen on the
streets here now and business in all
lines is consequently rather dull
They wiil Ik- flocking in here later
"Ihe race is not alwavs to the
swift, nor the battle to the strong."
Cairo Arsrus: Citv Treasurer Pet-"r
Lind went to Chicago yesterday. He
is to meet Alderman Wood there and
together they will proceed to Detroit
Harbor. Wisconsin, Judge Robarts"
ii-st ing place.
Exchange: My brother-in-law was
shaving himself and he aceidently cut
haif of his nose off, he dropjied the
razor and as he did so the razor cut
off his birr toe. He was in such a
hurry to stick his toe and nose on
that he stuck the nose on the place
where the toe ought to be and vice
versa. Now when he wants to blow
his nose he has to take off his shoe
Merchants who have a lot of torpe
does and other Fourth of July ex
plosives tin hand should reduce the
price so the small boys of the city
will Ik- induced to invest largely. If
the boys would do this and then tire
off the lot and be done with it a long
suffering community would rejoice.
The Planter's Mills got 4011 sacks of
wheat a day or two since from the
Until the wLeat is all in, the boats
up the river may all be expected to be
behind time from several hours to
two or three days. There is a great
deal of wheat to be moved and the
boats will handle a large share of it.
Lumber and other material is being
hauled out to the new fair grounds
and work on the buildings will com
mence at once.
J. H. 12.10 Beddle street.
ft is announced that President S.
W. Fordyce, of the Kansas City
Southern R. R. Compay. will retire
from the pivsirlency of that company
on August 1.
So much has lieeti said about the
new fair grounds that )eople are
growing quite anxious for the fall
owning in order that they may form
an opinion as to the effort.- made for
their future entertainment. It is safe
to say that thousands of people will
visit the grounds during fair week.
A St. Louis woman had her husband
arrested for beating her. The brute
was lined and the Judge asked '.la-
wife if her husband supported her.
She replied that she got a Ix-ating ev
ery day and a small soup bone
once a week. This affords
another argument for closing up our
churches and sending the ministers as
missionaries to China or Africa.
There is certainly no held of labor
for them in this country.
K1DXEY DISEASES are the most
fatal of all diseases. Foley's Kidney
Cm -- is a guaranti-ed remedy or moiii y
i! oomlleld Vindicator: At Zadoe.
0:1 Friday during a thunderstorm, j
Jacob Cook and another farmer were
riding along the road v. hen a bolt
struck Mr. Cook and his mule, killing
them both instantly. The other man
was severely shocked hut recovered.
The trial of H. Grogan is set for
July 17. This case will attract many
liersons to Caruthcrsville and its
progress will Ik- watched with inter
est. Headers of the Democrat will
rcmcmlier that Grogati is the man
who killed Louis De Montcoiirt in
Congressman Vandiver and Mrs.
Vamiiver reached home yesterday af
t -rnoon. The Congressman is in good
health though he looks a little wear
ied, and Mrs. Vandiver's friends will
In- pleased to learn that she is much
improved. Mr. Vandiver will prob
ably take a little rest before starting
on his campaign work.
Postmaster Bierwirth returned to
day from St. Louis.
The meinlters of that fishing party
that had to pay for the team of horses
yesterday have about played even.
They all had night mares last night.
David A. Glenn is sparing no ex-
pense to make his new eiothing store
Gus Strauss of Cincinnati, the
only" Strauss traveling, is here on
business for the house he represents.
Cheatham's Chill Tonic is peculiar
ly adapted to persons in enfeebled
health and invalids. It assists di
gestion and is a perfect strengthener
adpetizer. Satisfaction or money re
funded. Put up in both tasteless and
bitter styles. .K-cent size.
The mills here are now paying ('
cents for wheat.
There is an epidemic of foot evil
among horses in Pemiscot County.
Caruthersville has had another
killing. J. B. Fields was shot and
killed there on Tuesday by Stith
joi n I Vogelsanger went out to
Bollinger county" yesterday to sell a
portable engine. He savs the creeks
were all bank full from the recent
There was some little difficulty ex
perienced last night in getting enough
hands to go up on the McGregor to
load that wheat.
Lots of straw has been coming down
the river during the past few days.
Next winter some of this straw that is
being wasted might be used very con
veniently by the farmers.
The City of McGregor went over to
Knights last evening and loaded a lot
of wheat for the Planter's Mill.
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Klosterman will
accompany Mr .and Mrs. David Glenn
to Colorado. The party will proba
bly leave next week.
The Jackson papers announce the
death of Wm. Ware which occurred
at his home near Fruitland.
horse of the party and nomina'e
Webster Davis announces that he
"will make some sjieeches during the
campaign for trie Democratic candi
dates, but that he wiil do so without
reward, financial or otherwise. Thi
may In- true, but how much did Wch
ster get from the Boers as a reward
for advocating their cause in the
Unless it lie on account of their love
for misrepresentation one cannot un
derstand why the Democratic press
persistently asserts that this govern
ment is iu league with tile foreign
powers to uism-mlier and partition
China The assertion is wholly false
and those who make it must know
Order of P ublication.
In the Cape Girardeau Court of Com
mon Pleas, within and for the county
of Cae Girardeau and Stale ol
In Vacation. July II. 1100.
Jacques Edmond Dutray. Ansene
Noenie Filicite Dutray, widow of
Emile A it her Crissandean and
Amanda Chamont Dutrav and her
husband .lean Jacques Chomot.
Pauline Fougeu. Albert Eduard Con
stant Foilgcu. Pauline Fougeu iie-
Coster. Edward Pauline Fougeu and
Jane Fougeu. Defendants.
NOW on this day comes the plain
tiffs before the undersigned clerk of
the Cape Girardeau Court of Common
Pleas, within and for the count v ol
Cape Girardeau and Stateof Missouri
in vacation and tile their M-tition
and affidavit, stating among othei
things that the deft ndants, 1'atilir.e
rougeu. Albert Edward Constant
Fougeu and Pauline Fougeu DeCoster
are non residents' of the Stale of Mis
souri. It is therefore ordered by th
clerk ol said court a foresaid 111
vacation that puhiicafoii u- made,
notifying tii-m that an action hi;
lieeii commence d against them by
JM-Ltlon in the ape t.uanii all oiut
ol Common I leas, the object ami
general nature of which is lor parti
tion ami division ol tne following
descriU-d real estate, situate hi t'.e
citv ami county ol Cain: Girardeau
ami State of Missouri, to-wii:
Part of lot nuniU.-i- two I'l) in rangt
) in the ity of ( aie (irariieau
in the Countv and State aforesaid.
more particularly descriln-d as foi
lows, to-wit: Commence at the north
west corner of said lot number two
I -I in range "!)" in said citv. run
thence soiilii along Main or German
street fort v-seven (47) 'eet. thence east
parallel with Broadway about one
hundred and thirty-four (Ki4i feet to
Levee or Front street, thence nortl
parallel with Mainor German stree",
forty-seven (4i) feet to iroadwa
thence west along Broadway about
one hundred and thirty-lour (TU) leet
to the point of beginning.
Among the plaintiffs and defend
ants according to their respective
rights set forth in their petition,
tiled in this cause, and that if partition
cannot be made in kind, to have said
real estate sold and the proceeds
Order of Publication. i Ordv.-r of i ublication.
ia the Cape Girardeau County Circuit ' In the Cape Girardeau County Circuit
Court. Friday, May llth. l'.H). j Court. Friday. May llrh. V.nKK
The State of Mis.-oin-;. at the relation The State of Missouri, a! the relation
and the use of E W. Fieutge. ' and to the use of E. W. Flentge,
Collector of the Revenue of Ca.-! Collector of the Revenue of Capo
Girardeau county in the State of! Girardeau County, in the State of
Missouri. " Missouri.
VKKSfS I YIIKSUS
Peter Iloeiie,-. .Ihn Hoeiier and V.'hitela w and the heirs of E.
Fivde-icka Obst. Robinson.
Action to Enforce Tax Lien. ! Action to Enforce Tax Lien.
Now, at this day comes the plaintiff, i , X""' at this day conies the plaintiff,
ie-counsel and it apjiearing to the I -v eounsel. and it apH-aring to the
satisfaction of the court that defend-i a,"'!ifiU'tu,n ,,f ti:' 'urt that thc helra
ant. John llociler. is a non-resident i "f t !'bmson are non-resments of
of the state of Missouri, and cannot ' 'St;lt" ,,f 'ouri. and cannot lie
be summoned in this action, it is ' summoned in this action. It is there
theietoi .- oruen u by tiie clerk afore- ; ft,,v ,l''" ' l by the clerk aforesaid, in
said, in vacation, that publication be .vacation, that publication be made
made notifying said defendant that an notifying said defendants that an ac-
action has been commenced against ,l,,n nas. D. wnuneneea against tnem
mil bviH.-tition in the Circuit Court of , i't',n " e circuit i ourt ol
CaiK-Gii ardeau county. in the State of ' Gajie Girardeau Connty. in the State
Missouri, the object and general na , of Missouri, the object and general
aire ol which is to enforce the lien of : nature of which is to enforce the hen
thc Slate of Missouri, for taxes upon of the State of Missouri, for taxes
tiie following descrilied lands, to-wit: ; t following described lands,
i-i .i r .1 - .to-wit:
1 he north pa it of tiie nortnwest e. 1 ,,, u ..
quarter- ( j , an, the northwest part ot . , 1 , ,,. :h . ' thH. ,.tel. , 1 Ution
t . . ..... - . l - -one i-i! 1, iiiniiMiiu irut -inner
of st-etloll tv-nt v-n 111.- I Hi fniriwhin . . . " .... 1 -
ciiiny (.sol. range lourtecn 1141 con
W, . ,CL- ..Z U)::mdLot number two (2)
1 . tfoiilliwest ntlnrtei- I lT.anrl T.nt nnmhAP
lies Survey ininilier two hundred . .
and seventv-one (271 ). bounded on the;Uvo.l- .' tlw nortnwest quarter (i),
west and south bv Cape La Croix Creek. ; "-'-I1L"-U 1 tvnsiup icuiy-
on the north bv line which divides sec- mne I rilnjre eleven (W)-
tions twentv-nine (') and thirty (:S0). , Anu to recover the amount of taxes
and on the remaining sides thereof bv !due on S!ud litnlis for tht" -vt':lr lsl4
he west and south of United States : ! ;" 's 1 ' ''
survey number two hundred and; lu;u uu- '"u 'M'!-1' "
seventv-one (2711. regular term of this court, to be be-
i gun anu ueiu ab oie cuuri nouse in
1 l-jiL-iin I ''iiuil liixinWiti iniinti Tt.
'S!' jsouri, on the third Monday in August
I next. I'.HW, and on or before the sixth
, (2H). range eleven (II): and twohund-
, . -V l! "-iredand sixty (2W) acres south half
alningthir y-hve (-..,) acres and l-: ( f ,h ; . J (i) d
7 n,n I-, mi i'l ta'd ,Ttl0n h:llf () of the southeast quarter
enn-nine( I. which lies iK'tweei, . , ' two (2l4of thM
And to recover the amour t of taxes
due on said lands for the vear
1!I4. 1S!;, ls(7 :lnj is'w.
'i-i . : . 1. . 1. .1 .... . . .1
niai unless ne oe aim apiiear ,11 me..i.... .1 ;r .u . . .u..n
. 1 . , . , ..1 I U.l LIJCI CUI I 1 1 lilt; CUE IU
next regular term of this court, to bel... ': ; , .!,.. u.rr .
1 . j 11 (.in 11 v . 11 nui, iiiuii mil
thereof divided among the parties
according to their respective interests,
and that unless they be and apjiear at
the next term of this court to be
holden at the court house in the city
of Cajie Girardeau. Stateof Missouri,
on Monday the 24th day of September.
l'.HHt. and on or before the third day
thereof (if the term shall so long con
tinue, if not, then liefore the end ol
the term ) and answer to the H-tition
hereof judgment and decree will b -rendered
for partition of said real
estate among those entitled thereto
according to the finding of said court,
and if the real estate cannot le divid
ed in kind without great prejudice
then the court will order the saij
real estate sold. It is further ordered
that a copy he-cof be published in the
Cpje (iirardeau l)K.M(X'KAT, a news
paer published in the city and county
of Cajie Girardeau for four weeks
successively, the last insertion to be
at least fifteen days before the com
mencement of the next regular term
of this court. A true copy.
E. H. EXCKL.MAXX.
Notice is hereby given that letters of
administration with the wiil annexed
upon the estate of Caspar Roth, de
ceased, were granted to the under
signed by tiie Clerk of theCaieGirar
deau Court of Common Pleas of Catie
Girardeau county. Missouri, bearing
date tiie 2nd day of July. 1!hk
All persons haVing claims against
sjid estate are required to exhibit
them to her for allowance within one
year from the date of said letters, or
thev may lie precluded from any bene
fit of such estate: and if said claims
be not exhibited within two years from
the date of the publication of this
notice, they will be forever barred.
FINAL SETTLEMENT. Notice is
hereby given to all creditors and
others interested in he estate of
Edward D. Engelmann. deceased, that
the undersigned executor of said estate
intends to make final settlement there
of at the next term of the Probate
Court of Cape Girardeau county,
Missouri, to be held at the court house
in the citv of Jackson on Monday,
August ISth. 1900.
Edwrrd H. Exgelmaxx,
begun and held at the court house in
Jackson, tape Girardeau counjy
.Missouri, on tiie ttnru .Monday in
August next, I1HHI, and on
the sixth dav thereof (if the
o long continue: if not. then before
the end of the term ). and answer or
demur to plaintiff's petition, the same
will be taken as confessed and judg
ment rendered accordingly. It is
further ordered that a copy hereof lie
published in theCajH- Girardeau 1)131-
k'kat a newspa;vr printed and pnb
lishml at Cape Girardeau. Cajie Gir
ardeau county. Missouri, for four
weeks successively, the last insertion
10 lie at least fifteen days Ix-fore first
Jay of the next regular term of this
court. A true copy.
Attet: 'hk'is. F. Bkttkx.
.Ixn. A. Hol'i:. Circuit Clerk.
june2:!nll Attorney for Plaintiff.
of the term), answer or demur to
plaintiff's lietition. the same will be
'""ui 1,1 j taken as confessed and judgment ren
or netore Lj,.rej accordingly. It is further order
term shall ed th:lt a ,.,,v hereof be published in
the Cape Girardeau DEMOCRAT a
newspajH-r printed and published at
Caie Girardeau. Cape Girardeau
County, Missouri, for four weekn
successively, the last insertion to be
at least lifteen days before first day
of the next regular term of this
court. A true copy.
Attest: ClIKIS. F. BettKX.
Jhhx A. IIul'E, Circuit Clerk.
june2.'inl0 Attorney for Plaintiff.
A L.lle lor ooc.
Many eople have been cured of
Kidnev diseases bv taking a sine bottle
eov's Kidney Cure
Suits red m ed to $15.
ln it ts $5 it nil $.-j0 reduced to $.o0.
Fine Tailoring made to order in our
tailoring department we guarantee our work
and fit to be none but the best. We also have
a big lot of remnants of cloth in lengths suit
able to be made up for Childrens suits or knee
pants, they will be sold at give away prices for
10 days only. Strike or no strike jwe are go
ing to knock the bottom out of prices and when
we please you we please ourselves.
Special Sale on Furnishing Goods:
Men and Boys straw hats worth 50 cents
go at 25 cents.
Men and Boys straw hats worth 75 cents
go at 40 cents.
Men and Boys straw hats worth $1.00 go
at 60 cents.
Childrens Dewey overall suits go at 60
cents a suit.
A big lot of men's fine pants to be closed out
Men's fine underwear must be sold at
prices that will move them.
We have a big lot of shirts $1.00 to $1.50
which will be sold at 75 cents sizes 14 1-2 to
19 1-2. Come and see them.
The Boss Tailoring House.
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L. F. KLOSTERMAXN, Viee-Pres.
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CHRIS HIRSCH, Treas.
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ADOLPH RUEDIGEsl, Manager.