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H 1 1 1 1 g The sct ILajo; Tribute: Wedtespay MoKsrarG-. Juiste 8, 1904. I
I V i f TTANDRUFF Itching
'3 'ill ScalPs and Falling
' : p ! Hair are caused by Starved
' I n, hair glands. Nourish the
' , glands, cleanse the scalp and
I & jl ' you'll have fine, thick Hair.
Rexall "93" Hair. Tonic
1 1 i is a hair food, stimulant and
ji jp ' color-restorer, cures dan-
.j 'y; druff and grows hair of a
; ' l $("( natural color.
I ; ,
. ,( i! "You certainly have got a dandruff
, j!, cure and hair grower in Rexall "93''
, Mj r 1 1 Hair Tonic. I had Dandruff so badly
,t that I hated to go among my friends.
I" , jj j I washed and shampooed my hair, but
I f ! in a day or two it would be as bad as
P 'i i ever, the itching nt times was awful
i ' ' , and my hair was falling out. I saw
2 , j, Rexall "93" Hair Tonic in the drug-
', gist's window, and on his advice and
I f guarantee I bought it. Almost im-
4 vJj mediately my hair took on life and new
' 1 ', 'v it color, the dandruff disappeared and I
J , i1 haven't had a trace of it for weeks.
? ' j "J. CARRIE SPILCHER, 74 West 12.4th
J u ' Street, New York City.
J I 4 Sold exclusively at our stove. Two
' sizes 50c and S1.O0.
SMITH DRUG CO.,
(" i DRUEHL & FRANKEN,
I ' , Druggists, Salt Lake.
II , i' - -
' 4 !j CLEANING AND DYEING.
I ' i ' ! TEMPLETON" CT,EANMN'G CO. ICS E.
I , S 2nd So.. cleanlngr. dyolnfr. repairing. Tel.
I I' 11S3-X.
Lt j 1 DF.SEUET DYE WORKS. 12o SO.
,( West Temple. Phone 2!50-k. xllO
1 , I ll 'WILT., TRADE HOUSE AND L.OT IX
t If Spiincvllltf for a cood bUKfry team. See
r, J fj. Dr. Hlgglns. St. Elmo hotel. xiOS
I ' 1 ' TENTS AND AWNINGS.
' l RESIDENCE ASKINGS A SPECIAL--
l 1 j' iv. Smith & Adams. 55 Commercial si..
1 V j RTI-Y. 713
j; m TIRE VULCANIZING.
() i CARRIAGE AND niCYCLE TIRES
V 1 1 vulcanized at Osborne's. 71 E. tth So. xTll
j , ) BUSINESS CHANCE.
II A MAN WANTED TO SHOW REAL,
f K 1 I, I estate; must havo experience In tills line.
. ,i Applv at Iteo Realty Co. V. M Powell,
j Mgr.', rooms If", ami 17 over Walker's bank.
V- ' I H. B. DAV1B. PLUMBING. HEATING.
, 1 SJ, 1 eewcr work. TeL 1371-Y. 123 E. 2nd So. .
, ' ACCORDION PLEATING.-
, 4 ' I SUNBURST .VND ACCORDION
1 1 ' plfatlnK. Mrs. Jcnnons. 7 E. 1st So. m412
H ; , t' . "
,' j PERSONAL..
j. . i4 SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. MOLES. ETC ,
fj ' !l f rpinovcd by X-rays or electric needle. Lula
Hj j Brooks. M. D., Constitution blk. U303
f "'ij U t WHERE WAR RAGES J
tf (' PARIS, June 7. The ForelRn office re
ft Jfl , eclved a dispatch this morning rtcflnltc
V i, ly announcliifr that Gen. Ktiropalkln. with
f, J , l his main force. Is at Llao Yang.
' ,! i VLADIVOSTOK. June 7. All Is quiet
. ' 1, jj here. 1. can be atated that Port Arthur
'. '. . Iri abundantly supplied with provisions
' " , and munitions of w.tr. The bulk of sup-
I piles now there was sent from here bc-
lf I fore communication was cut off.
J' , OIIEFOO. June 7. An Impression pre-
y Hi vails here that a naval battle took place
f 'k a last night in the Gulf of Pcchlll. Pas-
. f , aer.gci-s on steamers passing the Llaotle-
J "I ' ahan promontory at the time did not hear
V anv firing, while reports come from Teng
' 1 Chow of heavy Arlng being heard there.
j il: CIIEFOO, Juno 7 Preceding a sea at-
I ti 1 1 1. t;ick on Port Arthur last night the Jap-
1 1 ' ll anese apparently made a determined ef
i ' I fort to advance on that stronghold by
fj , , , TOICIO. June 7. A. detachment o the
I? j 1 ij Japanese force which landed at Takushan
L ( surprised and routed a company of Cos-
II iji sacks on Sunday at Kan Chla Tun, on
r , I the Kin Chou road, seven miles northwest
L: 1 " J of Takui?hn:i.
, ; SEOUL, Korea, June 7. A telegram has
1 1 ,t been' received here from tho Japanese
1 , Consul at Gerisan, Korea, saying that
l ' , ,r, the Russians who were at Ham Heung
11 have retired In Iho direction of Plngyang
1 A , ; I TOKIO, June 7. Admiral Togo roporLs
v f1 that the clearlrig-up operation In Tallon-
. j ? 1 i wan bHy Ih progressing satisfactorily, de-
' l upltti rough wuather. Forty-one mines
I j ; were dlncovcrcd and exploded between
Ln jl' June 2 and June C.
l 1 - TOJCIO. Juno 7. It Is said that when
ill :he Russian abandoned Taltu Kao thov
III 1 , '1 poisoned the water sources. Admiral Ka
Ik i I Faoka is Investigating the chargo.
Llf 1 l '' ' SEOUL, June 7. Reliable Information
14 it1 I nas been received here from Plngyang to
ll) ' 1' ( :he effect that Cossacks between Anju
y . ,1 ind Kal Chou are reported to be killing
kit 1 , ij :he Korean natives and looting their
II 1! iJ MUKDEN. June 7. The authorities an
IJ 'i ' lounce that the Interpretation of Journal
Ifl J. I tlc criticism of thlngn Russian written
K ' iJ l jeforc the war or before the military rec
I) Hf P ignition of the press U now waived and
F!. 'I1 .j hat all charges against correspondent
U ll ;l icro on account of such criticism or for
III ( ft '- ithcr reasons have been removed.
Bl I 'll ST. LOUIS EXCURSIONS
I ' '
Hi1 Via Oregon Short Line,
H 1 ' ' Tuesdays and Fridays ot each week.
t lound trip from Salt Lake only $42.50.
H ' !( rickets good for sixty days.
H Y Shortest, fastest line. See other Short
H 1 jl jrne advertisements In this Ismi ior
W n . violations.-
Are M Instructed
Delegation to St. Louis Has Free
Hnnd in the Selection of Can- 1
didato for President. j
PUEBLO, Colo., June 7. Tho Delno-
crnts of Colorado today named I
dclesfUes lo the National conven
tion at St. Louis, as follows: '
First District Delegates at large:
Charles S. Thomas. Charles J. Hughes.
Jr., T. J. O'Connell, Denver. District
delegates: Charles B. "Ward of Boulder,
Harry Elnsley of Denver.
Second District Delegates nt large:
A. P. Seeds, Cripple Creek: Alva
Adams, Pueblo; George K. West. La
Thl id District John II. Voorhees.
Pueblo; J II. Robeson, Clear Creek.
Judge Jolni T. Mulllns of Denver was
unanimously elected national commit
teeman. The delegation goes unlnslructcd.
The Hearst people captured the caucus
held by the Second district delegates,
but when they attempted to pass a
resolution Instructing for Hearst
through the convention It was turned
down by a vote or 379 to 10S.
The platform indorses the Kansas
City platform of 1900 and Instructs dele
gates to use all honorable means to se
cure a platform in harmony therewith;
demands the enforcement of all anti
trust laws; demands u complete re
vision of the tariff and the placing of
all trust-made goods on the free list;
demands the admission into the Union
of Arizona, Oklahoma and New Mexico;
demands that the people of the Philip
pines be Insured their Independence at
the earliest possible moment: opposes
giving national banks the power to in
any manner control the circulation of
the money of the Government; demands
6wlft and" sure punishment to the per
petrators of the Cripple Creek outrage;
declares for law and order, but con
demns Gov. Peabody for deporting men
from their homes; pledges just treat
ment to both labor and capital; con
demns Republicans for extravagance in
State financial affairs; holds Republi
cans responsible for the failure of the
Legislature to enact an eight-hour law.
Strong resolutions commending Mr.
Bryan were adopted. 1
A man can't work right with a lame
Takes all the life out of him.
Doan's Kidney Pills make lame backs
At any drug store. 50 cents.
Nearing the Last Days of the Great
Black Silk Sale.
Today until Saturday; the best values
ever offered. Entire stock on sale.
Object in View Is to Secure Release
of Citizens From Moorish
LONDON. June 7. The Foreign ofneo
denies that tho British Mediterra
nean squadron has sailed for Tangier,
as cabled from Gibraltar. Only one
ship, as originally reported, will bo sent.
It Is believed that. With the co-operation
of France, satisfactory arrangement? can
be made for tho release of Messrs. Perd!
carls and Varley.
Tho -talement that the United Stales
intends, in the event of the failure of
the. negotiations, to seize a Moorish port
is not credited at the Foreign ofilcc.
wliTe It Is said that tho United Slates
and Great Britain are harmoniously
working, v 1th the co-operation of France,
to secure the release of the prisoners with
the least possible disturbance of exist
CASTOR f A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
NEW YOUK, Juno 7. Mrs. Nan Patter
son, who ban been hold In tho Tombs
prison in connection with-the mystcrloiih
dctlh of Cai-sar Young, this wealthy book
maker, was trday taken before Justlco
Clarke of the Supreme court on a writ of
habeas corjiun. The court took tho case
WASHINGTON, June 7. Thomas W.
llasklns of California ban been appointed
Chinese secretary of the United Slates lo
cation at Poklns. Mr. Jlasklna was a
student Interpreter and has been In Pe
king for hevcrul years. ,
DENVER, Colo.. June 7. Tho conven
tion of the Western Federation of Miners
todav delegated to the executive eommlt
too the full chargo of the Colorado slum
tlon, both politically and otherwise, with
instructions to use their best judgment In
the fall campaign.
DUBUQl.'E. la.. June 7. Twenty thou
sand people saw tho Liberty Bell hero to
day. The crush at the depot when the
train arrived was so great that soveral
persons were injured.
WASHINGTON. June 7. Today's state
ment of tho treasury baluneo In the gen
oral fund, exclusive of the 51o0.iXKJ.0d) gold
reserve In the division of redemption,
shows: Available cash balances, flGI.OI'J,
325; gold, JtiS.357.0Si;.
SAN FP.ANC1SCO. June 7.-In the F,p
plnger ease today no evidence was taken
before 2:20 o'clock. Arguments regarding
the extent to which the affairs of the de
funct grain llrm may he Investigated oc
cupied the time of tho court.
ST. LOUIS. June 7. Gov. Van Sant of
Minnesota, his staff, ami more than 300
members of tho Minnesota Editorial as
sociation, assembled at the Minnesota
building today and formally dedicated tho
structure to the world's fair,
DENVER, June 7. Attorney-General
Hughes has llled In the District court a
auli for divorce brought by Lawrence c.
Thipps. the millionaire steel manufacturer
of Pittsburg, against Genevieve Chandler
Phlpps. The attorney obtained an order
from the court for senllng the complaint
In an envelope and having it pleaced In j
TANGIER, June 7. The British battle
ship Prince of Wales arrived hero today
from Gibraltar. The Sulton has not yet
answered tho demands" made for the re
lease of Messrs. Perdicarls and Varley.
CAPF HAITI EN, Haiti, June 7. Tho
revolutionary Dominican forces sustained
a defeat Sunday at Conception de Lave
ga, leaving a hundred men dead or wound
ed on the field.
LONDON. June 7. Consuelo, the Dowager-Duchess
of Manchester, who It wna
reported In the United Slates, was se
rlouslv 111 with an affection of the heart,
has been 111 In London; but there ba3
been no Indication that her condition was
BOSTON. Juno 7. Tho dynamite explo
sion In the Crlpplo Creek district of Colo
rado was discussed by the delegates to thf
International Iadles" Garment-Workers'
convention here today. A resolution was
unanimously adopted deploring the out
rage. ST. LOUIS, yo.. Juns ".Gov. James TI.
Peabody of Colorado left for Colorado to
day at 2:15 p. m. over tho Burlington
"WASHINGTON. June 7. The Presldr-nt
today received the following trlrgmm
from II. W. Scott, proprietor of th Oro
gonian. dated Portland, Or., June 7. 'It
Js 20.000. not less, perhaps more, Oregon's
tribute to you."
LOUISVILLE. Ky.. Juno 7. Tho Ken
tucky Democrats will hold their State
convention tomorrow for the purpose of
naming dclegates-at-lnrgc lo the National
convention at St. Louis and to elect Stat
Contial and Slate Executive committee
men. A hot fight Is promised.
LOS ANGELES. June 7 The pixdi bi
ennial convention of tho Brotherhood of
Locomotive Engineers reached llnnl ad
journment tonight. The closing session
was spent In the Installation of officers
and the clearing up of matters of minor
importance which had not been previously
CHICAGO, June 7. Johnny Dugan of
Oakland, Cal.. who was badly Injured bv 1
a fall while exercising Mansard at tlm
Harlem track a few dnys ago, died today
at tho Garfield sanitarium.
NEW YORK, Jvne 7. Two thousand
men engaged in construction operations In
North Hudson, N. Y., quit work today be
causo of the refusal of the contractors to
grant a working day of nine hours. Tho
men have been working ten hours dally.
The strikers are nearly all Italians
Big Vessel Runs on Rocks.
SAN FRANCISCO. June 7 The Pa
cific Mall freight steamer Algoa narrow
ly escaped meeting tho fate of the Rio
de Janeiro on the northern shore of the
Golden Gate today. The big vessel, one I
of the largest on the Pacific, was bound 1
for this port from China and Japan, ran
upon rocks, but finally reached port.
ALL TEACHERS KNOW WHAT?
That the Burlington Route Is the best
line to St. Louis, Chicago, Omaha, Kan
sas City and all points East. We have
through car service to all these points.
Call or write for particulars, R. F. Nea
lcn, Genl. Agt., 79 Wc3t 2nd South St. 1
I THE SUCCESSFUL I
Continues this week at
And you can save
money cn j
Men's and Boys' Sum
! mer Clothing, Odd j
j Pants, Fancy Vests,
Ties, Sox, Hats, etc,
FIRST COME, BEST SUITED. I
i Frank T. Bullcn's
" Choosing a Career" j
Second article In series on
"Getting On In the World,"
by Dr. Orison Swett Morden
j Next Sunday's
I Tribune i
I 'fiur Wife and other Wo- S
ineii." by the editor of the D
and a 5
Big Pink Sporting
With All the News of j
Track, Field, Diamond and R
Fashion Pages for Women.
Gossip of the Stage, Polities
and Society, and All the J
News of the World for 1
Taliaferro Has a Cinch.
JACKSONVILLE. Fla.. June 7 -Scattering
returns In at II o'clock tonight
make practically certain the renomlna
tion of Senator Taliaferro and the nomi
nation of Frank Clarke over J. M. Barnes
for Congress. For Governor, Davis Is
In the lead.
ASSESSMENT NO. 9.
Silver Shield Mining- and Milling com
pany, a corporation. Principal Pnce 01
business. Salt Lako City. Utah.
There are delinquent upon the i"Jiln,';
described stock on account of assessment
No. 9. levied April 20, IWt, le several
amounts act opposite tho names ot tne rc
Hpectlvo oharcholders, aa follows:
No. Name. SW' An 06
CU'-B. S. Armstrong 1- XX
917-B. S. Armstrong 1.0M .C0
9W-JOH. Andres 1.M0 30.
SSS-Jos. Andres -LOW 10 W
1031 W. W. Armstrong 5$
28-John Burleigh V
322-Annlo M. Backup 1W 2
961-Barncit Langlcy t
1203-A. E. Blckford 3f?
1212-Gco W. Bowdon 2
1195-A. D. Cole LOW 30.J0
11M-A. D. Cole j00 U.W
1G7-Frcd M. Curtis l.OW 3? S2
17-l-Fi'cd M. Curtis 1.M0 jM-J"
373-Frcd M. Curtis 1.M0 30 CO
JOSG-rrcd M. Curtis l.0 30.C0
lW8-Fred M. Curtis 100 J.10
175-Klla S. Curtis 1.000 30.00
4S3-Henry Colin 500 1G.C0
1152-1 1. B. Cole 500 l'J.W
303-Jamos Clinton 1.CO0 30. CO
SS3-R. R. Cubanskl COO 15.00
1002- E. U. Cablnskl N 50J Ip-00
m-K. R. Cablnskl 250 1 CO
C&l-.Mrs. Lizzie Condon .... COO lfi.00
KJS-M. Cphn '.. 2.000 '-00
I 791-Abrnham L. Dcnuam... 1.C00 43.00
i 770 Frank J. Dorger C.000 ISO. 00
S05 M. Dernham & Son 1,500 4.00
1125-W. II. Dunn 2,000 id -CO
, 1131-W. If. Dunn 1.000 30 .CO
C4S-B. Armstrong 1.000 J10.00
T2-R Forrester 500 lo.CO
I 17S-R. Forrester 1.000 30.00
, 02 Dr. W. E..Ferrobce.:.... 1.000 30.CO
1 tS-Dr. W. E. Ferrebec 1,000 30.00
Cl-Dr. W. E. Ferrebec.... 1,000 T.0.00
iS Vr. W. E. Ferrebec.... 1,000 30. 00
CtS Dr. W. E. Ferrebce.... 1.00") 30.00
11C3 Everett Fowler 1.000 30 to
121G-C F. Flnnell 1.000 30 00
541-ElsIo Gansel 1.CO0 30.(0
HCl-D. Guernsey 700 21 00
12H-D. Guernsey In. CO
' lllS-Charlcs Glarser 100 3 0)
21-C. M. Garrison 00 15.0)
257-Mrs. Ella A. Goldlng.... 200 0.(0
1(07-A. Hanauer, Jr 6.CO
11S1 Hudson Sons Co CO 1 fO
1237 C. E. Hudson 1 4.?i
46-S. C Hazel ton V- 30 CO
4S1 Robert Howard 500 25.(0
4S5 Robert Howard G03 IB CO
11M-J. Ij. Hamilton 500 15.(0
PCS-II. S. Hurlburt GOD 16.C0
071-11. S. Hurlburt 503 15.(0
119S J. D. II.irrl.son 1,000 30. CO
11M-J. D. Harrison iOO 12(0
773-Frank A. Judd 1.000 3-1 CO
1044 Frank A. Judd 1.000 30.CO
i:.-.7 .icish Jensen l.OCO 30 00
937 lt. S. Joseph 1,000 30 CO
1003 If. S. Joseph ECO 10. CO
104G II. S. Joseph 5C0 15 CO
1070 Morltz A. Kahn.... 150 4.50
1COJ. B. Krusllng 100 3.00
176 J B. Krusllng 2C0 0 CO
513-E. G. Kidder ICO 3.00
GS5-E. G. Kidder 100 3 00
0-Nellic F. Keogh 2.000 CO-00
1120-John Larson 100 3 (0
818-E. U La Rue 500 15 CO
S5G E. L. La Rue COO 15.00
1231-A. K. Lcsher 500 15.00
700 A. P. Mayberry 100 2. CO
471 Louise Mooro 1,000 CO. CO
500 T.ouls Moore 1,0(0 30.00
Gil Louis Mooro 1.0(0 SO. CO
1(01-1. P. Marlx KO 15.00
MI Chas. Mayer 1.0(0 30.10
057-Chas. Mayer 1.0W 30 03
901-D. S. Murray 1,000 30 00
003 D. S. Murray l.OCO 30.(0
096 D. S. Murray 1.000 30.00
907 D S. Murray l.OCO 30.O1
11C5 Clns. F. Murphy 3(0 9.C0
91511. Park SCO 15.00
1037 J. W. Paxman 4.0CO 120.00
10 Dr. A. G. Robertson.... l.OCO 30.00
920 W. M. Roberts 1.000 30.00
9.10 w. M. Roberts 1.000 30.00
KffS-W. M. Roberts COO 15.03
441 Kate Real 250 7.50
SOS-Chas. II. Rosenthal 1.R00 45.00
97C O. W. Rawlins 5CO 15.00
10T? Mrs. D. Ramsey 1.(00 30.00
1105 Edward W. Rainier 30) 9.00
490-.T. G. Stratford 33 9.0)
401 J. G. Stratford 23 .(10
UKV-J. Edward Shcphard.... GOO 15.00
79S Arthur Symons KO a ro
S59 Arthur Svmons 1CJ 3.fO
7M Jos. Silverman 1.500 45.(0
10.11 Jos Silverman 500 15. ft)
1071 Nathan E. S. Kud 150 1.50
977 T. II. Smith 1,000 30 (0
1025 Mrs. Emma L.Shcphard 100 S.fO
3W Henry S. Thompson ICO 3.00
0H2 Jas. Turner 500 15.03
net Leo J. Van Lahr 1.00) 20 0)
t'S Leo J. Van Lahr 1,0ft) 20.00
70 D. L. Werthcmlcr 1,000 30.0)
139 D. W. Waitcro "1.C00 45. uj
413 D. W. Waltero GOO 15.00
P?3 D. AV. AValtcro 3.000 90.(J
1574 R. W. Wright ' 500 15.00
790-E. W. Wall G00 15.00
Ml D. K. Wolskopf GOO 15.03
S7fi D. K. Welskopf 3.500 105.00
913 D. K. Welskopf 1,500 -I.I.OO
9C7-W. E. White l.C-W 30.00
A.nd In accordance with law and an or
der of the board of directors made April
30, 1901. so many shares .of each parcel of
such stock as may be necessary will bo
sold at tho company's office. C17 McCor-
nlck block. Salt Lako City, Utah, on tho
17th day of June. 1901. at 10 a. m.. to pay
delinquent assessments thereon, together
with the costs of advertising and expense
of sale. . E. H MEAD.
Office, C17 McCornlck block. 120
I'M") 11 ' TOUNQ. MIDDLE-
1 W I Bn a 2 AGED AND ELDQR-
2 V hi j I LY. If you aro ecsuoI-
1 1 W Eal . B 'y veak, no matter
1 n fffH B frora what cause; und&
C na H ifi U velopod; have atrlcturo,
taiyfefenaisiiria vurlr icele. etc.. MX
PERFECT APPLIANv.E wlU euro you.
No drua or electricity; 75,000 cured and
developed. 10 DAYS' TRIAL. 8end for
free booklet. Bent sealed. Guaranteed.
Write today R. C. !2mm( t. 108 Tabor
Sloclz. Dcnvar. Colo. J
I 'A lender in ladies' de.sks. We have a b.ig line, IptS
t but here is a beauty, well made, strong and highly Jfo
j Bolishcd. For the day only
! FREED FURNITURE lb
j CARPET COMP'Y m
THE HOME PROVIDERS
I How to Put Up
t a Prescription
T With skill and care that Is neces- J
f sary to prevent mistakes. Is a part
of our business that experience and "
caution have mado perfect. Our
T new prescription department Is
" equipped with all tho latest appll-
"t ances for accurate work, anl wo .
T use nothing but tho purest and 4-
t freshest drugs. Our reputation In
T this lino is securing for us the best y
T clientele In -the clly, and If wo 4
I haven't vour trade, we should bavo
X a part of It.
Welcome. Step In. All cara start
i; Godbe-Pitls Drug
f Store 1
NOTICE TO WATER-USERS.
State Engineer's Office. Salt Lako City,
May 12, 1901.
Notice Is hereby given that John Precce
whoso postofflcc address Is Farmlngton,
Davis county. Utah, has marie applica
tion In accordance with tho requirements
of Chapter 100 of the Session Laws of
Utah, 1003. to appropriate two ono-hun-dredths
(2-100ths) of a second-foot of tho
water flowing from a spring branch of
North Cottonwood creek. In Davis county,
to bo diverted by means of dams and
headgates at a point on sala creek about
10.5 chalno north and 14-1 chains east from
the southwest corner of Section IS. Town
ship 3 north Range 1 east, Salt Lake
base and meridian, from where the water
will be conducted through a ditch for a
distance of about 211 feet and thcro be
used from April 1 to November 1 of each
year to Irrigate about 1.5S acres of land
in lot 9. block 15, Big Creek plat, In said
All protests against the granting of said
application, stating tho reasons therefor,
must be made In writing and tiled in this
office after thirty (30) days and beforo
sixty (CO) days from the date hereof.
A. 37. DOREMUS.
ITlrst publication May 12; last Juno 11.
WW YOUR , I
mmm by ;
1 iwmmm your
; mm land ' '
j No Cash Required $p
j to Begin Building gsr
I "MS I
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1 HOME BUILDERS ft
I 32-34 MAIN ST. mSl
5 "The Z. C. M. I. Is Opposite." Ej
1 nmrnTBingJl-TrTr, mSm
Needs no Praise.
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Old Crow Bourban ; t
the zano, g
" ROPER & MATER, ;p
J6-23 W. SecondSoutl,
j " ' ' On Stylish, Seasonable Clothes. - The Feature of the Big Surprise Sale, p
I Oood dressers with economical inclinations were never confronted with a more timely k
I ff hIK' a imPrtant pportunity and e way tiley are takin2 advantage of it shows that they lp
HSllly IfflM Iimitless varieties of high-class Suits, Shirts, Hats, Hosiery, Underwear and Neck- K
H M IlllH Weaf fr 111611 lotlles for boys wit1 a Furth or more clipped from their former low
! ISffl ti1!!- priceS urnisk suject or yur prompt consideration ' t
1 H 1 Wl fflF YUr gd ugment wil1 be aPPealed to with the high character of the goods offered, ? feo
MM J and your saving .desires satisfied with the extreme lowness of. prices . ' 1
lr ill Hr ay and a week the surprises continue, K
I 1 owe PRieE I GARDNER 136"138 mhinstT jP
9 THE QUHLITY STeRE