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THE LAST BEFORE LENT.
Sonlety Takes Its Last Whirl Until
After the Season of Re
pentanoe.
But Thoughts of Going to Their
Knees Did not Hamper
Flying Feet.
One or Two Parties on tle List Yet-Bocial
latherlugs-Persastl and Gon
eral Metteion.
The last hop of the Cotillion club was
given in Electric hall on Wednesday even
ing. There was a larger number present
than on the last occasion and a merry time
was participated in by those present. The
ladies and their gowns were as follows:
Mrs. Don Davenport, heliotrope crepe,
with cream 'chiffon, low neck and sleeve
less.
Mrs. George Hill, black lace embroidered
with gold and silver thread, demi-train, re
ception bodice.
Mrs. Percy Kennett, cream silk trimmed
with valenciennes lace, low neck, sleeveless,
diamonds.
Miss King, white silk and yellow chenille,
decollate and sleeveless.
Miss Corwin, giRen figured mulls over
white silk, V neck. sleeveless.
*. iss Marshall, white French muslin skirt,
velvet bodice.
Miss Nannie Marshall, white-figured
muslin trimmed with bands or mnhogony
volvet, low neck, sleeveless.
Miss Romley, lavender- brocade with
cream chiffon, decollete, sleeveless.
Miss Kate iloberts, brown and cream
striped china silk, reception bodice.
Miss Florence Burke, yellow crepe
trimmed with pearl passamenterie, demi
train, V neck and sleeveless.
Miss Washburn, ,combination white and
yellow silk, demi-train, decollete and
sleeveless.
Miss Hill, pink crepe, reception bodice.
Miss Pearl Davenport, white silk em
broidered with silver thread, low neck,
sleevrless, diamonds.
Miss Gordon, white silk with orange color
net, decollete, sleeveless.
)tis Blaine, light gray silk, with same
shade net, V neck and sleeveless.
Miss Swan, heliotrope crepe, low neck,'
seeveless.
Miss Logan, combination pink and blue
silk, low neck, sleeveless.
Miss-Franklin, whiteFrench mulle, short,
low aeck, sleeveless.
Miss Sharp. black brocaded crepe du
chene, low neck. sleeveless.
,The gentlemen present were: Messrs.
John Luke, Carson, Wanser, Prosser,
Eugene Braden, MacKaskay. Ferguson,
William Braden, Davenport, Harvey Bar
bour, Bach, Oraig, Thompson, Thornburgh,
Holter, Phelps, Child, Walker, F. W. Sharp,
Metten. Percy Kennett. H. O. Wilson, Dr.
Barbour and Dr. Murray.
The Misses Moran delightfully enter
tained a number of their friends at the
spacious home of Mrs. Weloh, on Sixth
avenue, on Wednesday evening. The
house was beautifully decorated with ferns
and smilax. 'I he gay party tripped the
light fantastia until the hour of midnight,
when elaborate refreshments were served,
after which the guests departed with ex
pressions of pleasure for a delightful even
ing with their charming hostesses. The
guests invited were: Meedames W. C.
Child. 3. W. Thompson, Peter Larson, O.
W. McConnell, Carl Klinasehmidt, Jr., N.
J. MoConnell, A. R. Porter; Misses Brid
enthall, Rickman, Feldberg, Spratt, Leslie,
Lamey, Reinig, Child; Messrs. Child,
Thompson, Kleinschmidt, McConnell,
Porter, Larson, Stoner, Clark, Churchill,
Fred and Harty Yaeger, Teague, Helwig,
Turner, lteinig, Leslie and Ballist.
Miss Mabel Casedy, who joined the Carle
ton Ope:a company yesterday at Denver, is
a sister of H. J. Cnsedy, of Helena. She
has i eesived her musical education through
the hands of her brother-in-law, W. H.
Kinross, in California. Miss Casedy'evoice
is a pure soprano of exceptional compass;
her tones are full and liquid, and during
her residence in Sacramento she was as
signed several roles in amateur operatic
performances, and on each occasion devel
oped a decided vein of comedy talent. For
the present Miss Casedy will be an under
study fdr the prima donna roles.
Messrs. Craig and Wilson entertained a
number of their friends in a spicy manner
at their new suite of apartments, at 417
Renton avenue, on the 13th inst. The wel
come was hospitable, the costumes gor
geons and the supper delicious. The in
vited guests were: Mesdames Davenport,
Snow, Osterhsut, Clements. Greenleaf;
Misses Davenport, Briscoe and Murphy;
Messrs. Shoemaker, Thornburgh. Watkins,
Stever, Ryan. Newhall, Hirschfeld. McKen
ale, Davenport, Heisey, Clements, Fink
and Jacquemin. The company dispersed
at an early hour.
Personal and General.
Judge. T. J. Galbraith, of Missoula, is in
the city for a few days.
G. Macon and wife, of M issoula, are in
Helena for a short visit.
Mrs. C. T. Hull departed yesterday for
St. Paul via the Union Pacifio.
Mr. J. T. Murphy has returned to Helena
after an extended trip in the east.
E. J. Carter is summering during the
spring months in Bahama islands.
C. S. Gilbert and wife, of Ft. Paul, are
sojourning at The Helena for a few days.
Mrs. i, S. Guna will receive her friends
on Tuesdays at her home on Clarke street.
C. B. Jacquemin departed for Council
Bluffs on Wednesday via the Noerthern
Pacifio.
Rev. and Mrs. Kelsey entertained a num
ber of friends at their home on Monday
evening.
Mrs. O. F. Schoenfeld, of Great Falls, is
in the city., the guest of her mother, Mrs.
Joseph Pierce.
On Monday last Mrs. P. P. Dayton gave a
dinner in honor of the birthday of her son.
Denver Dayton.
Miss Franses Jurgens will leave for the
east in a short time for an extended trip of
several months.
Rev. Dr. Kelsey delivered his popular leo
t.re, "America, for Whom?" on Monday
evening at Butte.
The members of the Calumet club ex
pect to give a masquerade at their hall on
Thursday evening.
E. F. Fink, connected with the Texas Pa
sifle railroad, from Dallas. Tex.. is visiting
friends in the city.
Minss Nettie Patterson of St. Louis, is
visitisu in the eiv. the onset of lher enaein
visiting in the cisy. the guest of her cousin,
Mrs. J. B. Simpson.
The ladies of the Crescent club gave a
most enjoyable leap year party at Buminess
hall on Wednesday evening.
The Y. P. S. C. E.. of the Congregational
churoh, will live a Longfellow entertain
ment on Friday enening next.
Mr. and Mrs. Seligman are receiving the
aongratulations of their many friends on
the advent of a little doughter.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Blackburn left yester
day for their old home at.li. Louis. They
expect to be gonie about a mosnth.
Judgs and Mlrs. Wade, with Miless Wade,
will receivu their friends at their home on
Dearborn avenue on 'Thursday evening.
''he students of the Montana Blusines
college will entertain their friends with a
hop at Electric hail Wednesday evening.
Miss Mary E. Iteed, of Helens, was mar
ried to James Patrick on Tesaday eveninn.
The ceremony was cerformed by R1ev. O. B.
Allen, Jr., of the Baptist church. Ameng
the uests creaseni were Miss Mabel Davie,
brfldlenald, and Mr. X. K. Mitont.
Troqp A. M. N. G., held their annual
drill at the leiotrio hall on Monday even
ing before a large oompany of speotators.
F. 1, Wallace haes eturned from an ex
tended trit ttbhPelpeI% oast. Mys. Wal
laoe ad family as still li Califoials.
Dr, Carmichael returned on Monday from
his several months' trip throuifh the leadine
medleal slatitqtes in the diltrent cities o,
Europe.
Mr. and Mrs. C, W. Pltts entertained a
small numbereo their friends with cards
on Wednesday evening at their pleasant
rooms in the Homer block. '
The appearance of Col, . D, Curtis on
the street once more after an illness of
months, owing to an accident, Is gratifying
to his many friends in this city,
The ball given under the auspices of the
Knights of Labor at Eleotric hall Friday
night was largely attendee, and a most en
joyable time was indulged in by the partio
Ipants.
A telegram reoeivet on Wednesday an
nounced the safe arrival at Malt Lake's
briny shores of Keno Louise Wells, who de
parted to that point for a visit of undeter
mined length.
Lovers of classical music may expect a
treat to be given by Robert Tolmie at the
opera house on Tuesday evening. sr.
olmie conies with high credentials to our
music-loving people.
The descendants of George Washington
Hatchet will hold forth at the Broadway
M. E. church on Monday evening, and will
be very glad to receive all their friends and
everybody else's friends.
We seem to be favored with a climate
all our own, way up here In this northern
state. Tremendous blizzards both mouth
and east have been raging during the last
week, but our weather is balmy and spring
like.
Dnn'l Sally closed a most successful en
unavamnt last evalin , nt Min'manr
iouseo with his plav "The Millionaire."
After the theater on Friday night Mr. Sully
was entertained by the Elks at Odd Fellows
hall.
Spring is surely here. There have been
three signs: The groundhog did not re
enter his winter's home. The "small boy"
is gathering up his last year's stock of
marbles, and the sidewalks are decorated
with "hop scotch" drainings.
The departures for the last week, of per
s.ns seeking a mild and summer climate
in the Californian resorts, included Mrs. S.
C. Ashby and Master Shirley, for Los An
geales; Charles Bournonville, San Francisco;
Mre. M. M. Richardson, Los Angeles; Mrs.
G. W. Smith, Los Angeles.
The Home Social club gave its last party
before Lent at Bueiness College hall Fri
day evening. The attendance was the
largest of the series, and the gathering was
unusually enjoyable. Mr. Child has in
vited the club to enjoy the hospitality of
his ranch next Wednesday evening.
Miss Ethel Browa entertained a company
of her girl friends at dinner Tuesday even
ing, it being her fourteenth birthday; The
young lady guests were: Misses Mattie
Wortman, Estella Anderson, Clara Ander
son, Bertha Johnson. The evening was
pleasantly spent in playing games.
The yonng women who so successfully
entertained the gentlemen of the Cotillion
club a few weeks ago are agitating the
question of a leapyear german, to be given at
The Helenaon Monday evening before Ash
Wedqesday. If the plan is carried out by
the fair originators the gentlemen may ex
pect a mest enjoyable and beautiful hop.
Don C. McLain and Miss Christians
Enevold were married by the Rev. Rollins
at St. Paul's Methodist church on Wednes
day evening. The bridal party were
attended by Miss Florence McFarren,
bridesmaid, and William Volgamore. After
the ceremony the party were driven to their
home on Broadway, where they partook of
a wedding supper.
The T. O. C. club met with Miss Rector
on Wednesday evening. The evening was
most pleasantly spent in playing cards and
relating stories. Refreshments were served
bout 11. '1 he members of the club ores
ant wore: Misses Child, Quirk, Jnrgene
and Rector; Messrs. Clifford, Campion,
Sterling and Kleinschmidt. The club will
meet once more before lent.
The menu cards in use at the banquet
tendered the representatives of the Helena
Commercial club of Helena, by the White
Sulphur entertainers lash week, were very
unique. The drawing of a locomotive em
bellished onu corner and a piece of track
the opposite one, while on the back of the
card was printed a most hospitable greet.
ing with wishes that the iron bands which
are being forged to bind the two points to
gether will be of "brotherly love" and
"commercial union."
It seems to be quite the thing for men to
have their banquets, their literary meet
ings, their clubs and a dozen other exclu
sive appointments, at which time the fairer
sex are not expected. But let the gather
ings be confined to the latter and it is an
other matter altogether, However, we
sympathize with you, gentlemen, we really
do, and when another year brings Valen
tine day with it we solerpnly promise to do
all in our power to have you included. You
were betrayed, gentlemen, you really were.
Aubrey and Percy Holter entertained the
St. Peter's Episcopal choir boys at dinner
on Friday. .The choir is comoosed of Clin
ton Booker, Eddie Olson, Sidney Lewis,
Abraham Lewis, Joe Hineson, Reed Howel,
Marton Loberg, Aubrey and Percy Holter,
Fred Newbury, Arthur Lookey, Oswald
Lehman, Bert and Ollie Connor, and Frank
Lamberton. After dinner games were
played. Mr. Douglass sang some comic
songs and the little gentlemen sang some
hymns, passing the evening most joyously.
Electric Bitters.
This remedy is becoming so well known
and so popular as to need no special men
tion. All who have used Electric Bitters
sing the same song of praise. A purer
medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed
to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters
will cure all diseases of the liver and kid
neys, will remove pimples, boils, salt rheum
and other affections caused by impure
blood, will drive malaria from the system
and prevent as well as cure all malarial
levers. For cure of headache, constipation
and indigestion try Electric Bitters. En
tire satisfaction guaranteed, or money re
funded. Price, 50 cents and $1 per bottle
at It. S. Hale & Co's. drug store.
Excursion Rates to California.
On the 15th of each month the Northern
Pacific railroad will sell round trip tickets
to California roints as follows:
Helena to San Francisco and return, go
ing via Portland and returning same way,
$76.
To San Francisco, going via Portland
and returning via Ogden and Silver how,
$90.
To Los Angeles, going and returning via
Portland, entering San Francisco in one
direction either coing or returning, $S).
To Los Angeles, going via Portland and
San Francisco and returning same route,
$93.
To Los Angeles, going via Portland and
San Francisco and returning via Sacra
mento and Ogden, $9F!,.0.
Tickets will be limited for sixty days for
going passage, with return at any time
within the final limit of six months.
A. 1D. EUUA. Gen. Agt., Helena. Mont.
CHAs. S. FR.., G1. P. & T. A., St. Paul, Minn.
Opportunity.
Master of human destiny am I,
Fame, love and fortune on my fpotsteps
wait,
Cities and fields I walk. I penetrate
Deserts and seas remote, and passing by
Hovel and mart and palace, soon or late
I knock unbidden once at overy gate.
If sleeping, wake; if fanetion rise before
I turn away. It is the hour of state
And they who follow me reach every state
Mortals desire, and conquer every foe
Save death; but those who doubt or hesi
,tate
Cohdemned to failure, penury and woe
Beek me in vain andi uoelessly implore;
I answer not, and 1 leturn no more.
,No. J. INUst.t,.
But fail ye pot in this respect,
Seize qvory opportunity to travel
Over the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
railway.
This is the advice of
GEo. H. HarroaRD.
General Passenger Agent, Chicago, Ill.
Thoes uelhalI)Jy pel onc who seller from narv
OULIrO andsl dta'apatlele baol O (al'e art or'. tlttle
Nurve Pills, w ll~h are made eapreeuly for sleap
lee, nervous, dyspeptic suffers. Price. 25 cents.
ktBllt'IIW V'S A.b 111' 'TOMkl. CIIUSl,
. ings (tank a rorpornetlon dlty Intorpor
pleo under sand i virtue ur ite Jaws of the tr
r,,tory tncw state) of MoOnaus paieutIR f A.
'o,.mes II. ('lattr. exocntir of the lat wllt end
.Lt numbher . (; in bloacky numbor thirty
o i, and a uta ebonig d iea n ota. nto
r ad by t irlno of as ardo ol noe at and
decree of for n elio r n ato r l-alee out,5 tae
district court ,t thiics aliot t heal islyr of thelo
a traofMtanrar to and fcottily fo Lewis and
and trke onhe Ith dinty of veoarary. A. 1).
'10c. In ile above entltl e ond girtwherein n't h
'hrirnela Cots, tfavlgt akt a crsuraltIon duly
Inlrouora tei tnder andt b vlrtili, of te'lawa of
the thdaysy (o ro jdmetk* of lortana, the tabo.
amed pelitff en obali nsl ai jedoen and do
('arltr, ate ull n of dthe ult will and tes tament
f een rof h celhrel, daar, di let sole 1).
Malone, Nrlle sI. Mackay, fIiroierly Neolle J.
blradlley, illzabeLh McNral. atheorlune M. Jeons
art MI doiiCol, defe oant, o on t 12h thay of
aebruary. A. 1).hsa11. ftor the ois of $1.,tdntI.t
besides iutereat, costs ant attorney tiest which
Anid d uareo was o the oth tity of yt brury. A.b
. 812, rretcordled In judgiol booki No. "ie of
raid court at tahe o-- I artuc comm ande to sell
all those certain lot plvorem or parcels of land,
situate, lying and befiot in the county of Lisowin
oen Ctlarkn, state of Mlonltia, and bounded and
de-tribod as follow toanwit:
lot numbtr hery fe i) in block number thirty
one (uli, and lot. nut thr eigh (8) ine block nom
herigetyty.Lw(82.), and lots number 000 (1) and
two (2l In block numlbor forty-lIve (lit), all In
the Nor thern 'a. ic addlll of to irthe oily of ial
pnr on lia ilen the ofice of the acounty clthe
oand rofrder of o.ad arcouty of LA oale tnd
Clarke.
'olether wil ail anrd ingolar tihe tenements,
horeditldante uIt r applurte)nace tireoulto be
lontging or in any we apperrtaining.
Public notice is hereby KgivtG Ihht a iaterday.
the lth day of marcht, A. 1). 18:, at 12 o'clock
m. of that day, at the front door of. the court
hlouse Helena, Iwic and Clarke county, Man
laoa, twill, In obedieonc Ito oadd or orf oneo
and decree of forrc·heure and rate, cell the
above deocribed property, or so much thereof
as mayi be necessonary to eutiefy aid udgment.
with interest and coAtl, to the highast and best
bidder, for cash ion hand.
Given under toy hand this 12th day of t ebru
ary. A. D,18912.
CnHAH. h. ,ttiHff tInl. Slherin.
By flctrit t. JOIHNeON. Deputy thcrlent
ALIAS JUMMONLS-.. 'li'iE DISTRICT
court of the irst jodiclal dietrict of the eanti
of Montana, it and for the county of Lawias and
Clarke.
eoboht C. Scott, plaintiff, vs. Margaret thcoutt,
defendant. .
r te state of Montana iend greoeting to the
above-named defendant:
You are hereby required to appear in an action
brought against you by the above-named plein
tiff in the district coutrt of lhe lirstjudicial
district f til astate of Montana, in and for tie
county of Lewis atd Clarke. and to atiwer tlht
complaint tiled therein3 wittin ton days (exclu
sive ofthie day of service) after the servce on
you of thtis ummone. if served wvttitit this cotnty;
or, if carved out of this county, but wrtltin hiet
district. within twenty dayi: otherwise wittin
forty days, or judgment by default will be taken
against you, according to tte prayer of said cor- -
plaint.
'the said action io brought to obtain a decree
diseolving the bonds cf matrimony now
exieting between said plaintiff atd defend
ant. on the gi ounds of adultery by said defend
ant with one lames Allen, at the house of said
dreendant in the city of Calgary, district of Al
berta, dominion of anada, and on the farther
ground that aince their eaiI mnarriags the said do
Vendant has treated lainltliff in a cruel and in
human manner. all of which tore fully appears
in the complaint on ile in said aiote entitled
court.
And you are hereby notified that if you fail to
appear and answer the saidi conplaint, as above
reqnired. the said plaintiff will apply to the court
for the relief demanded in said complaint.
Given tinder my hand and tte cesl'of tte dietrict
court of the First jadicial diotrict of the etate of
Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and
Clarke, this 6th day ef F'ebr.. ry, in the year of
our Lord one thousand eight hundred and nincty
two.
IsaAc. I JOHN BEAN, Clerk.
W. N. FarTcnHEn
Attorney for Plaintiff.
S TOCKHOLDERS' MEETING-A MEETING
of the stockholdere of the 1'irot National
bank of Belena, Mont., will he held at the office
of said batk on Monday, March 7, A. ii. 1112.
for thte ptrpose of electing directors for said
E. W. KNIGHT. Cashier.
EW SIOUX CITY BOUTE
* EAST.
Passengers for the East from
Helena and other western points
will find the NEW ROUTE via
SIOUX CITY and the ILLINOIS
CENTRAL R. R. not only desirable
as to time anld equipment, but one
of the most Attractive, passing
through Sioux City, the only Corn
Palace City of the world; Dubuque,
the handsome Key City of Iowa;
Rockford, Illinois, a new manufac
turing city, that has become a
"world within itself," and Chicago.
whose growth and enterprise is
the wonder of the world. With
elegant free Chair Cars, and Pull
inan Palace Sleeping Cars on every
train between Sioux City and Chi
cago, and with a close connection
wjth the Union Pacific trains at
Sioux City, the
Illinois Central R. R.
respectfully presents its claims for
the new and every way desirable
SIOUX CITY ROUTE.
For folders and further particau
lars call upon local ticket agent,
or address the undersigned at
Manchester, Iowa.
J. F. MERRY,
Asst. General Passenger Agent.
SPACIC R.mR.
THE
GREAT TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTE,
Passes through Winconsin, Minnesota, North Da
kota, Manitoba, Montana, Idaho, Oregon
and Washington.
THE DINING CAR LINE.
Dining Care are ron between Chiogo. St. Panl,
Iinneapolis, \Vinnipog, Helena, butte, Tacoma,
Seattle and Portland.
PULLMAN SLEEPING CAR ROUTE,
Pullman service daily between Chicago, St.
P'aul. Montana, and the Lacific Northwest;
and between St. Paul. Minneapolis and Min.
nerota. North Dakota and Manitoba points.
THE POPULAR LINE,
Daily Exttrestx Trains rarry elegant Pullman
BDleeping Care, Dining ('are, ay I .oachoc, 'null
man Tourist Sleepers and Free Colonist S8leep
beg Care.
YELLOWSTONE PARK ROUTE
The Northern Pacific it. It. is the rail line to
Yellowstone Plark; th I poptltar line to ('Iaifor
nia and Alaska; and its trains pass through tthe
grandest rt'tnory of set en statti..
THROUGH TICKETS.
Ara sold at all coupon o1fieos of the Northern
Pacific llailroad to points Northt, Past.. South
and Weat. in the United States anti Canada,
In effect on and lafter ,lanary 20. 1812.
TRAINS ARIttlE Al' HlE,.NA.
No. I. Pacific Mail. wet. bound ........ 4:30 p. m
No.4. Atlanttic mail. ast boundt...... .. 1:25 p. m
No. I, Miesoula, tlutto and Wallace Ex
press . .. ... ............. 10:C0 , nt
No. , M lryville Ia ttnger. ............11:21 a.
Nt. It). Mleryscville attoeuunttntdation..... 6:t p. tn
No. 102, Itimini mixsel. Mondays, Wod
Neda. 7, Wicke. louldr and "Elkh'tt •
Pasc r ............ .. .. 7:110 It. 5
't'ItAI NH EtI'AntT ttOM UEoI,NA.
No. I, 1'aeiin Mail. steel tauud ........ 4:45 p. m
No. 4, Atlantics Mail, east bound........ 12:40 .
No. 5a, s Miseonla. tottes anti Wallace E -
press ..... .................. ....... 7:,0 a.nt
No. 7, Marvevillc pewsetnsr........... 7:41 a. tt
No. 9, Marysille aotommoudatlt....... 3:00I p. xm
No. 10tI, Rimini ntixed, Mundnlays, Wet
nsdnyay and Fridaas ............ . .8:5" i
No., 8, \Vitke, Boulder and Itlkhorl
i'aseer ....... ............... 7:..... a. in
Irr Rates, plisp, Tillso Tables or Special
lofornaloio apply toChas. I. Foe, ieoeral
Passenger and Ticket Agent. it, Paui,
Minn., or
.A.. D. EDC3.T
General Agent of the Northern i'Paifl II It., at
IIEUAINA. MONT.
IT IS STANDING THE TEST.
1r r
I 1
FANCY PATENT FLOUR.
Every dealer in Montana who is willing to accede to the
demands of his patrons will keep in stock the
SBRAND OF FLOUR.
Once you use it you will have no
other. This is the test.
NORTH DAKOTA MILLING CO.,
" GRAND FORKS, NORTH DAKOTA, U. S. A.
THE PROVIDER.
THAT we have always sold goods cheaply
the people of Helena know. That we
intend to sell still more cheaply, the
following prices prove.
Hanging Lamp, complete with 14-inchhr
Shade, Ladies' and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
ONLY $2.50
Hanging Lamp, complete with 30 prisms FOR THIS WEEK ONLY.
and x4-inch shade,
ONLY $4.50 Dress Cambric,
Rochester Table Lamp, complete with Io- Per Yard, SC
inch shade,
ONLY $2.75 Stockinet Dress Shields,
Finely Decorated Table Lamp, complete Per Pair, I OC
with shade,
SONLY $1.25 _5-4 Oilcloth, in all colors,
Large Glass Fruit Bowl, choice of 15 Per Yard, 3c
patterns,
ON LY 35c .. . . . ....... ..- -0. . . .
Glass Stoppered Vinegair or Oil Cruet,- rocery Department,
new pattern,
ONLY 200 Pears' Soap, unscented, per cake... 1?2c
IH-alf doz. decorated Tea Cups and Saucers, C ashierie Boquet Soap, per cake.. 20c
ONLY 750 Stricily freshl ,,gs, per dozen.... . 25c
.... - Strictly fresh Table lBultteri per brick 65e
-land-painted decorated China Cuspidorc, Standard Corll and Tlomatoes, can.. Ioc
Baker's Chocolatc, per lb........ 377 c
ONLY 75 Van 1 louten's Cocoa, per lb....... Soc
Iannd-painted China Cream Pitcher, -o styles sorted i na rs, ts . 5
a C C iCox' or Chaliner's (celatine, per p~k' tg c
ONLY 15o Cross & Blackwvcl's Chow-Chow,
i.nC tquartsT .. ................... .... 65e
I Fine Blown Crystal Glass Tumblers, regu- Loose Cocoanut, per pound ........ 15c
lar priice $1.25, ()ur tea and cofflee department is the best
OUR PRICE 750 DOZEN appointed in the state.
WM. WEINSTEIN & CO.,
SIXTH AVE. AND MAIN ST.
i i · II III ......

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