TOPEKA STATE JOURNAL, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 8, 1900.
And a Special Reason for It.
The Silks we offer in this notice are to he
closed out. If you come at the beginning of this
sale you get the best values. While every piece
is much under regular price, there is a difference
in the values worth coming early to get. We
divide them into different Lots, and there are
several different grades and qualities in each Lot.
Lot 1 Corded and Striped Habutai, worth 39c this
sale 29c yd
Lot 2 Corded and Striped Habutai, best goods, worth
50c, this sale 39 C yd
Lot 3 24-in Cheney Bros.' Foulards, Navy Blue, Per
venche Blues, Centaurcee Blues, besides many fancy
shades in self same figures and combinations. $ 1.00
goods, this sale 59c yd
'Lot 4 2-4-in. Fancy Japanese Foulards, worth 75c yd,
thi3 sale 50c yd
Lot 5 Fancy Taffetas, Armures, Plaids, Stripes, Bro
cades. Dots and many other fancy styles and weaves
worth up to $1.75 and nothing less than $1.00 goods,
this sale olio y-
Lot 6 Changeable Taffeta, worth 75c yd. and 85c yd
all go in this sale for 50c yd
Lot 7 Priestley's 42-inch Checked and Plaid Grena
dine in black, worth $1.50 yd, this sale 05e yd
Lot 8 44-in. in same goods as above, worth $2.50
yd, this sale ....$1.50 yd
Lot 9 Blk. Taffeta Silk Stripe Grenadine, worth $2.50
yd, this sale. .. ..$1.95 yd
Lot 10 $1.50 yd. all Silk Poplin, this sale. .$1.00 yd
Lot 11 Two Suits All Silk Colored Grenadines, at
just one-half former price.
The Black and Colored Grenadines in this Sale are
all made by Priestley or Courtauld.
One case of Dress Gingham, in short lengths, neat
patterns, stripes and checks, worth 10c a yard
While they last ; 7"C yd
Especially good for children's wear, waists, etc.
USE STANDARD PATTERNS.
Lanky Bob Will Now Lose $1000
Because of Kis Failure to Meet
Iluhliu June 15.
LIOX'S BITB DID IT.
Aside From His Hand Fitz is in
. Grand Shape.
Anxious to Fight Jeff on Any
Term or Times.
The Union Pacific wilT place in effect
on June 21, July 7 to 10 inc., July 18th
and August 2nd, Summer Excursion
ONE FARE TOR ROUND TRIP
plus $2.00 from Kansas and Nebraska
points . TO
Denver, Colorala Sprlnjs, PueWo,
Cgiea anl Salt Lai 9.
Tickets good for return until Oct. 31st.
For Time Tables and full information
call on F. A. Lewis, City Ticket Agt.,
or J. C. Fulton, Depot Agent.
1 1 ft
A Large and Varied Stock to
THE BEST WORK.
II. L. LARSH & CO.
116 W. Eighth St.
WE'LL DO YOUR HAULING RIGHT.
opera Transfer Co.
509 Kumi Avenn
Office Tel. 320. House Tel. 391
F. P, BACON, Proprietor.
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flest and Health to Mother and Child
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He sure to ask for "Mrs. Wlnslow'a Sooth-
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If talk is cheap, what a hypocrite
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New York, June 8. The Bob Fitz-
simmons-Gus Ruhlin glove fight will be
Indefinitely postponed, owing to the in
Jury to Fitzsimmons' left hand, which
has been found to be severe.
. Dr, Sullivan says it will be at. least
a month and possibly much longer be
fore Fitzsimmons will te able to fight
again. Fitzsimmons was bitten by one
of his pet lions recently, but gave the
matter no attention, not believing the
wound amounted to anything. Then, in
his fight with Dunkhorst. he injured
the same hand in one of the terrific
blows which landed on the "human
freight car," and since then his hand
has been disabled.
Fitzsimmons has been working hard
for the battle with Gus Ruhlin, and
never was in better condition, aside
from the injured hand, than he is at
present. He will have to forfeit $1,000
to the Akron giant for not appearing
in the ring, such being the conditions
under which the fight was arranged.
Despite his injured hand, Fitzsimmons
is out with a challenge to fight Jeffries
at his own terms, 65 per cent of the
purse to Jeffries, win or lose. "Fitz"
says he will deposit $5,000 as a forfeit
with anybody selected by Jeffries or
Brady and will be ready to fight at any
time. He also says he is willing that
the winner take all, if such a proposal
is agTeeable to Jeffries and Brady.
Fitzsimmons says he never was more
earnest in his life and will get into con
dition for the battle at any time that
Jeffries may signify his willingness to
Fitzsimmons said today: "I am very
sorry about this mishap. 1 never felt
better in my life, otherwise, than I do
today. But the doctor was imperative
in his order that I should not fight
Ruhlin or anybody else on June 15, and
I reluctantly yield to his superior knowl
edge of how badly I am hurt. He told
me I must rest the hand for at least
a month, and I suppose I shall have to
do that, too."
Joe Choynski, the California heavy
weight, who was matched to light Joe
Wa'.cott for six rounds in Chicago on
July 10, has deliberately flunked out of
the fight. Tom O'Rourke received a
teiegram yesterday from Lou Hous-
nian stating that Choynski would not
meet Woolcott, although he had already
Frank Erne, the lightweight cham
pion, and Terry McGovern. will not
meet in the roped arena after all. Erne
last night said that he is not anxious
to fight McGovern, and that the an
r.o"..ncenient made to the effect that he
was willing to fight him at 12S pounds
was made in a jake. Erne almost ad
mitted that he could not make V
pounds and be strong. Erne also re
fuses to fight George McFadden, claim
lnir that the only fighter that is en
titled to battle with him is Jack
O'Brien. Billy Roach, manager of Mc
Fadden, has a forfeit of ?2,000 posted
to arrange a match. Lrne and Jack
O'Brien met at the Seaside Sporting
club last night, and agreed to fight be
fore the club offering the largest purse.
Erne told O Bnen he would like to have
the fight fought in Buffalo, as the clubs
up there will offer more money tor them
to battle for.
Dave Sullivan is hot on the trail of
the Buffalo boy. This morning he
made the following statement:
I see Erne wants to fight McGovern
at 12S pounds, said Dave. "Noiv it s
not likely that Harris will let Terry
fight at that weight. In fact, I see that
he wants to make the match at l-t
"Erne, however, need not trouble
himself about them. If he wants to
fight at 128 I will take him on. Fur
thermore, I will bet him as much as he
wants that I will beat him.
'I will put up a forfeit with the sport
ing editor of the Journal as a guarantee
of pood faith and will sign articles at
Having just returned from a victo
rious tour in the West, Patsy Haley,
the crack 166-pound fighter of Buffalo,
is in town and looking for a fight,
Haley put up a couple of excellent
fisrhts in Boston and now wants to get
a match on in New York with the best
men he cart find at this weight. Haley
looks to be in first-class condition and
says that his looks do not come any
where near showing how good he is.
"Kid" McFadden or1 George Monroe
can have the first chance with Patsy.
He will meet either man and post a
forfeit at any time, the sooner the
blooded Shetland, valued by his owner
at $400. has been allowed to roam about
the fields and marshes of Bergen Beaen
at will. About a week ago he turned up
missing. Fitz tramped over every road
in the neighborhood looking for the an
imal, swearing vengeance on tne man
that had' him. The police were notified
and a general order was sent out from
Mulberry street, but still no- pony.
Thursday morning of this week Fitz
received word that the pony was in a
barn in Brownsville. Matt Dooley, Fitz's
trainer, was sent out to see it the report
was true, and found that Adam was in a
barn belonging to Newbold Bros., pro
duce merchants, at 483 East New York
avenue. Dooley claimed the property,
and agreed to pay all expenses, but de
murred at paying- for the services of a
lawyer which the Newbolds had retain
ed. Fitz was boiling mad when he
heard about the lawyer's fees, and he
started at a rapid gait for Brownsville.
Dooley accompanied him, and the New
bolds were given to understand that
they would have to pay their lawyer out
of their own pocket. The Newbolds
started at once for their attorney's of
fice for advice, and while they were
gone Fitz became more impatient. His
patience gave out and he walked over
to the barn wherein his pony was sta
bled, ripped off a few boards, made an
opening, led his pony out and started
for the beach.
He now has the pony, but has not yet
paid the Brownsville lawyer.
AFTER CHAMPION ERNE.
Dave Sullivan Wants to Fight Buffalo
Man at 128 Pounds.
New York, June 8. Dave Sullivan
wants a crack at Light Weight Cham
pion Frank Erne. "I see Erne wants to
fight McGovern at 12S pounds," Dave
said today. "Now, it is not likely Har-
is will let Terry fight at that weight. In
fact, I see he wants to make the match
at iy pounds. Erne, however, need not
trouble himself about them.
If he wants to fight at 128 I will take
him. Furthermore, I will bet him as
much as he wants that I beat him. I
will put up a forfeit as a guarantee of
good faith and will sign articles at any
Jack O'Brien, who meets Tim Kearns
at Coney Island June 16, was matched
to meet Frank Erne for the light weight
hampionship of the world at the Haw
thorne Athletic club of Buffalo In 25
rounds July 3.
Eddie Connolly, who thoroughly de
feated Matty Matthews at Conev Isl
and has agreed to fight Jim Ferns(Kan-
sas. itubel at the same club June 30
25 rounds at 140 pounds.
NEW MODEL ; tE. NEW MODEL.
Special Train of Yearlings Leaves Lex
ington For New Tork Market
Lexington, Ky., June 8. A special
train carrying 105 hrad of thorough
bred yearlings, the lyOO crop of Me-
Grathiana, Oakwood, Runnymede and
other noted breeding thoroughbred es
tablishments, will leave here at mid
night for New York, where the yount"
sters are to be sold at auction. The
train is the largest that ever left the
blue grass and contains some of the
choicest thoroughbreds ever bred in this
section. Colonel Milton Young, Catesbv
wooaiora, c jr. JUcMeekm. J. Hemv
Miller and other noted breeders accom
pany the horses.
An estimate is that there are over 400
head of yearlings still in central Ken
tucky to be sold on the eastern market
One hundred head have already been
disposed of. The youngsters owned bv
George Clay were shipped this morning.
SCORES CHICAGO TRACKS.
McGuigan Declares Managers of Race
Courses Defy the Law.
Hot Springs, Ark.. June 8. "Umbrella
Bill" McGuigan declared himself todav
against the defiance of the law by th
managers of the Chicago race tracks.
He is a candidate for the Arkansas lesr
islature from this county and has been
promising all kinds of lesislative re
forn.s when elected. Today he said this
to a lot or sporting men:
"I will give $15,000 to shut up or legi
timize racing in Chicago. The defiance
of the law- by the managers of the
tracks is killing the game. If money is
requirea to stop racing or help pais
law to make it legal, I will willingly.
cumriuute io,uw or more.
McGuigan expects to go to racing
COOLEY WAS IN THIS.
Woman Arrested. .
Concordia, June 8. Sheriff Moofe has
arrested Mrs. Rebecca Wolford, of
Clyde, on an attachment from the pro
bate court. She Is charged with con
cealing a large sum of money, over
51 ,(KjO, belonging to the estate of J. B.
Hiatt. whom she nursed during his last
illness, and refusing to turn it over to
Killed in a Runaway.
Coffeyville. June 8 William Wiley,
an old soldier, living in this city, was
killed in a runaway last night. He was
a prominent member of the Coffeyville
He Balks McFarland and Then Drives
in the Winning Run.
From the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Whether Dick Cooley believes in the
un-Christian-like sentiment that "Re
venge is sweet," is not generally knowc,
but presumably there is enough of the
bid Adam in him to enable him to enjoy
the chance which came his way yester
day afternoon, to throw the harpoon in
to his one-time side partners. It came
In the tenth inning. The score was a tie.
"Two of the Pittsburgers had been re
tired, and Wagner was on first. The
latter started for second, where he
should have been retired. Just as Mc
Farland started to throw the ball, Coo
ley deliberately and with malice afore
thought held his bat straight out, and
balked Mcrarlana, Wagner reaching
the base in safety. Of course, Delahan-
ty raised a merry pow-wow with Hurst,
but the latter did not see it; and if he
had, the chances are that he would not
have given Cooley out, for there is al
ways room for a legitimate doubt as to
whether the balk was intentional or not.
Cooley then caught one straight on the
pickle and sent it sailing in safety
against the right field wall, and before
Flick could relay it to the infield Wag
ner had scored and Cooley himself was
on second. This won the game, for in
the Philies' half of the tenth the side
went out in order.
Galena, Kan., June 8. Last evening
Closed the June races given bv the r,a
lena Driving association. The first in the
afternoon was a 2:40 pace between Ger
ome B., owned by C. H. Sumner, of this
piace: jnazel Grant and Lady Ervin
Gerome B. took first money in the first
three heats; Hazel Grant second, and
Lady Ervin, third. Time, 1:15, 1:17 and
A special two best in three mile heat
touowea. Kaiph B., owned by G. IS.
t-axton, or joplin, won; Rilley K., own
cu uy vvuiiam is... second. Time, 1:24.
An exciting -mile run followed. W,
J. Bryan, won; Paddy Ryan, second. and
owaggara i., third money. Time, 0:3ff.
tuiey Robertson's horse, W. G.. took
first in the following 2:40 pace; Victor
Boone second in first heat, and Happy
Ajiraa in Lniru.
a nan mile run then finished the
i aces, wun me rollowing entries: Lucv
-y-" x-wl iiiiu Miiuam jtsisnop.
'"au"" xMsiiop, owned by strite. of Jon
lin, first money; Fleete Foot, second.and
mini, rime, v:oa.
Sailor and Fitz Chumming.
New York, June 8. It is unlikely that
anyone who saw either Bob Fitzsim
mons or Tom Sharkey within a year or
so succeeding their battle in San Fran
cisco in '96 would ever have expected to
see them sit at the same table and take
a friendly glass of ginger pop as thev
did at Bergen Beach yesterday. But the
two big men of the ring did this and no
one is the worse off for it. Fitz was on
his way to a fish dinner at Canarsie, be
ing accompanied by Mrs. Fitzsimmons
and several friends, and they met Shar
key, who is just back from a trip to
Boston. The sailor was looking the
beach over and after a few minutes'
chat at the Casino they parted without
coming to blows.
DRY GOODS DEPT.
One lot light and medium effects
in Lawns and Challies
Saturday, yard, 2c
"Scotch Lawns good cloth
fast colors, light and dark grounds,
Saturday , yard, 3c
. "Premier Corded Zephyrs" a
fine sheer, printed lace cloth, a
good 10c value
Saturday, yard, 5 c
Travellers' line of Sample Towels
will be offered at
Less Than Wholesale Cost.
Silk Mulls, 30-in wide, plain, prin
ted or dotted
Saturday, yard, 45c
One lot Corded Wash Silks, good
styles for shirt waist3
Saturday, yard, 29c
Ladies' Ready-made Laundered
Shirt Waists detachable collars
sizes 32 to 44
Vienna and Parisian Fans white
silk gauze with bone sticks a New
York Traveller's Samples
$1.00 Fans for 49c
51.50 Fans for 75c
$2.00 Fans for 9Se
$3.00 Fans for $1.49
.Woodbury's Facial Soap DrUfj
Store price 25c cake
Saturday, cake, 13c
Ladies' Mercerized Silk Vests
85c is the regular price
We will make it worth your while look
ing through our stock Saturday you
will find bargains at every turn in
Clothing Hats, or Furnishing Goods
We have cut prices in all odd lots to
close them out.
Boys' Long Pant Suits.
We are showing a wonderful
strong line of fine all wool Cas
simere Suits anJ Fancy Wor
Men's Suits at $6.95.
We are offering a special value
in Men's Suits tomorrow at this
price. Suits that sold from $7.50
to $9.00. Come in and see them.
Saturday only for
Men's Suits'at, $10.00.
You will find in this line some
of the test bargains ever offered
for a $10 bill. Come and inves
tigate for yourself these bar
Boys' Long Pant Suits.
In medium colored Cassimeres,
all wool, well made, good lin
ings would be considered cheap
New Model's price is only
Boys' Knee Pant Suits.
: In Vestee styles, to fit ages 3 to
iS years, and in D. B. styles to fit
ages 7 to J5 years. Neat styles
in all wool cassimeres. Pants
have double seat and knees. You
will see them in other stores at
$3.00 Our price
Boys' Knee Pant Suits.
In fine Worsted Serges, beau
tifully made one of the best
wearing suits ever put on a boy's
back- You may pay $5 and you
won't get any better suit.
Here for only
SPKC1AL CRASH 11 AT OFFEll.
We will sell Saturday all of our 25c Crash Hats for. 19c
And all of our 50c Crash Hats for only 35c
SPECIAL STRAW HAT OFFER.
Saturday we sell a Special Lot of Men's Fine Straw Hats that
sold from 75c to $1.50, some slightly soiled, at only
A SPECIAL NECKWEAR OFFER.
25 dozen Fine Silk Imperials, in light and dark blue, with
white polka dots and figures a regular 50c quality, for only
The New Model Supply Store.
Kemper & Paxtons.
Sixth and Quincy.
pounds at W'oodward's pavilion tonight.
The bettin? is 2 to 1 on Xeill, but there
is no lack of Moffatt money. 'Ilie mu
tuals make Keill almost a 3 to 1 favorite.
cv the Dr. I. H. McLean Medicine Company,
it. Louis, Mo.
FITZ ACTS PROMPTLY.
Lost His "Wrestling Pony, and a Law-
r Suit Hay Result.
, . (From the Brooklyn Eagle.
Robert Fitzsimmons, the pugilist, who
is now living and training at Bergen
Beach, has been in a disturbed condi
tion of mind for the past week because
of the loss of his valuable wrestling
pony Adam. The pony, which is a full
Gibson Signs With Indianapolis.
Notre Dame, Ind., June 8. Norwood
Gibson, the 'varsity's star pitcher, has
signed an Indianapolis contract.and will
pitch June 16 or 17 against Comiskev's
white stockings. Gibson ia today the
best college pitcher in the west. He has
not lost a game this year and no college
team has made more than four hits off
his delivery. He shut Michigan out
without a hit and gave Chicago and
in ortn western four each. His fielding
average for the year is .1,X and his
ueniiug average 13 .272.
Baseball at Washburn.
ine wasnburn baseball team closes
me season at home with the game
against the Santa F Tterta iiti sat
day afternoon.The Reds have a stronger
team this season than ever before and
are confident of victory. Their recent
games show them to be playing a fast
Neil and Moffatt Tonight
San Francisco. June 8. Al Neill of
this city and Jack Moffatt of Chicago
are coin in conoiuon to cgttt at 154
Daly Defeats McPartland.
Waterbury, Conn., June 8. In a 23
round bout at 138 pounds between Jack
Daly, of Wilmington and Kid McPart
land of New York, before the Union
Athletic club last night, the former got
the decision on points. In the final round
McPartland was decidedly groggy when
the gong sounded.
Score by innings:
R H 13
Boston 0 2209000 13 14 0
Chicago 2 010000104 6 4
Batteries Boston, Nichols and Clements;
Chicago, Brooklyn, Nops and Farreli.
Score by Innings:
Pittsburg 0 0020113 07 12 1
Brooklyn 0 000001 0 34 12 2
Batteries Pittsburg, Phillippi and
O'Connor; Brooklyn, Nops, and Farreli.
AT NEW YORK.
Score by innings:
New York 1 0133002 10 14 1
St. Louis 1 00100100 3 10 4
Batteries New Y'ork, Seymour and
Warner; St. Louis, Jones, Young and
Attendance, 5,700. Score:
R H 33
Cincinnati 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 05 12 1
Philadelphia 1 0000000 01 8 3
Batteries Cincinnati, Scott and Peitz;
Philadelphia, Maul, Frazer and Douglass.
AT MILWAUKEE. ,
Score by innings:
R H E
Milwaukee 0 0000000 00 4 2
Detroit 0 0000000 11 S 1
Batteries Milwaukee, Reidy and Smith;
Detroit, Yeager and Ryan.
Score by innings:
R H E
Minneapolis 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 02 4 2
Indianapolis 1 3000 1 00 05 7 1
tsattenea Minneapolis, rarKer ana
Fisher; Indianapolis, Goar and Hey don.
Score by innings:
Chicago 0 0001006 '7 8 1
Cleveland ...00 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 4 5
Batteries Chicago. Fisher "and Bucklev.
Sugden; Cleveland. Hotter and Spies.
AT KANSAS CITY.
. Score by innings:
T H E
Kansas City 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 04 9 3
isunaio 0 0110426 o 14 zn o
: Batteries Kansas City, Patten, Cates
and uonding; Buffalo, Amole and Speer.
AT DES MOINES.
Score by innings:
ues Moines 1 0003020 17 11
Pueblo 0 0000020 02 3
Batteries Weimer and Zeisler; Price
AT SIOUX CITY.
Score by innings:
Hioux city 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 03 11
St. Joseph. 0 0000400 i 5
Batteries Ferguson and Cole; Maupln
Score by inninss-.
Omaha. 0 4455000 18 22
Denver 0 000011002 S
Batteries Hughes, Newmyer and Wil
son; bonmona ana Jdccausland.
SANTA FE ROUTE
Below will be found a partial list of Summer Excursions to
various points within the next four months:
St Paul, Minn., and return, $17.05.
Open rate. On sale July 14-15-16. Final limit July 21. Account National
Detroit, Mich., and Return, $22.50.
Open rate. On sale August 25-26-27. Final limit September 5th. with privilege
of extension to September 14th. Annual meeting Knights or Pythias.
Cincinnati, 0., and Return, $20.03.
Open rate. On sale July 10-11-12. Final limit August 10. Account Baptist
Young People's Union. -
Atlantic City, N, J., and Return.
in August. Rate not announced. Will be regular summer rate. Account
Annual Meeting Grand Lodge of Elks.
Philadelphia, Pa., and Return, $30.00.
Account National Republican Convention. Tickets on sale June 14, 15, 18;
.final limit June 29th.
Chicago and Return, $14.00.
Account National Prohibition Convention. Tickets on ale June 25, X, l.
Final limit July 3rd.
Charleston, S. C, and Return.
Open rate. Account National Educational Association in July. Rate and
conditions not announced. Low rate assured.
Chicago and Return.
Account G. A. R., last week in August. Rate and conditions tQ be an
Denver, Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Return, $24.00.
Stop over allowed west of Pueblo.
Also many cheap rates to summer resort points in Colorado.. Michigan, Atlantic
coast, Maine and Canada. For full information, rates, routes ana ieeyu v.
reservations, see or write. r "
T. L. KING, Agent.
A. T. & S. F Topeka.
Two Men Arrested For Working a
Smooth. Scheme at Hartford.
F.mnoria. June 8. Frank Booth has
been arrested at Hartford for stealing
feathers. His partner, J. L. Adley. is
now in the Emporia jail, charged wun
the same thing. He was arrested at
Thpsp men. went to Hartford ana aia a
good business renovating feather beds.
The people supposed, that they were
honest and did not pay much attention
to the weight of the beds when tney
were returned. When the men were
ready to leave the town it was found
they had 400 pounds of good feathers at
the depot to ship away. As they had
brought no feathers with them and
bought none, the citizens began to won
der It is conceaeo. mii uicre vcic
together 300 worth of feathers taken
from the people of the vicinity. Mr.
Booth put up a J500 bond and left town.
It is supposed that these men have been
doing this work all over Kansas, and
that they have made considerable mon
ey The beda from which the feathers
were taken have been found filled with
all kinds of rubbish and many people
have had to burn them.
The Best Prescription For Malaria.
Chills and Fever is a bottle of Grove's
Tasteless Chill Tonic It is simply iron
and quinine in a tasteless form. No cure
no pay. Price, 50c.
Cofteyville Wants Municipal Light.
Coffeyville, June 8. The city council
adopted a resolution last night in favor
of circulating petitions calling a special
election to vote J20.000 in bonds to be
used in putting in an electric light plant
to be owned and operated by the city.
To Aid Winfield HospitaL
Winfteld, June S. The Winfield fire
department will furnish a room in the
new hospital building when completed.
There has been some talk of other or
ganizations also taking hold of this
work and helping in this way. but the
fire department leads off.
mW are Happy A
where there's alwy
on hand. A temperance drink to:
everybody. Cool and refreshing.
& gmilons fur K csta
WliM tor Hai f prenioM oBerad
fre for lbei. L,
CHARLES I. HIRES C8., MfilTOHl, . A
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