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We are the Oldest, Largest
and Most Reliable Furniture
House in the Gity.
BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK.
Twenty-three years con
tinuous, business is our record.
$15.00 will buy a Wilton Rug Couch, 26 in. $20.00 will buy an Extra Heavy Solid Oak
wide and 6 ft. 4 in. long. Chamber Suit with 24x30 in. mirror.
$8.00 will buy a firstrolass carpet bed lounge.
$18.00 will buy a Solid Oak Chamber Suit
with 24x30 French plate mirror. .
WE HAVE A. NUMBER OF BARGAINS IN PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS.
$1.00 FOR A LAWN ROCKER.
$3.00 FOR A I AWN SETTEE;
DO TOU HOI THAT THE
IS THE ONLY DIRECT
ROUTEjTO THE SOUTH
Oome and (See Us.
St. Look, Mo.
gsfl If you are going up in a
APjp balloon don't call on us. Our
mtjf line don't go that way,
Kai too' ita "Wa UP" lone.
IF TOU ilE GOIK UT 1HESE ELSE
It m to your interest ae well aa ours to
GALfo ON US.
For WE represent the
To St. Paul, Mihkkapolis, Duluth.
To Black Hills Towhs.
To Chkiago, East, South-East.
A. 8. Fielding-,
ON.tH III d. IV dl. U.T.
DEPOT COR. 8 AND 8TH STS.
Ticket Office Gorner 11th and O Sts.
City Ticket Agt
1044 O St.
With their solid trains composed of Pull
man palace, colonist sleepers. Their diners
are the finest.
We sweep the new world with our "Fly
ers' and fast mails, and have knocked a big
hole through the west, and now have MID
winter rates, $65.50 lound trip.
The TOURISTS all say in the morning,
"Body rested, mind at peace."
111 II 21
And see the 100-yard foot race; fine amok-'
ing set will be given winner.
There will be one-half mile and repeat boat
race; a fine gold watch to
winner, value 825.
Wheel-barrow race; fine set of silverware
to the winner. ' " '
Also sack race, laughter for all; box of fine
cigars to winner.
The' new Merry-go-round purchase by Mr.
Hohlt will be in operation.
H. C. HOHLT, MANAGER.
Also proprietor of the Garden Cafe, where
evey thing is first-class at reasonable rates.