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their Just powers from the consent of the governed." GAZETTE "All men are created free and Equal.'' THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TIIE PEOPLE'S PARTY OF RENO COUNTY. llTJTCIILNSON, ItENO COUNTY, KAKSAS, TIJUKSDAY, NOVEMHER S, 1900. VOL. 11. NO. 9. Everything ,1s Gone Wrong. , STATE LOST BY 20,000 And Perhaps' More. Long Elected by from ) ,500 to 2.000. Tbe litest returns before going to press Indicate that the State bas gone for Mckinley by a sweeping wa Jirlty.even exceeding tbe republican ttntl-ulectlon claims, ltatums are In complete ns nothing is being given out except through republlcau channels. Breldenthal baa run considerably ahead of tbe national tlckut probably 8,000 and perhaps more tban that. In this district Claude Duval has made a good showing compared with the rest of tbe ticket. In this county lie ran ahead probably 400 or 000 votes and the majority against bitn Is a lit tle over 800, while on general results It Is 700 or bOO, and on some probably a thousand. Tbe county ticket Is al) defeated, even Fay Smith going down with the landslide, by about 250. J. A. Dellard for representative is 'also defeated by about twenty-five. John Myers is the only tniu we have pulled through He wins by about sixty. We ought to erow long and loud for him, for be is all we ctn crow tor. HUTCHINSON. First Ward-Bryan 185, McKinley 2S(S; Stanley 208, Breldenthal 1 10, Duval 174, Long 202, Vincent 270, Crawford 147. Second Ward McKinley 2!), IJryan 134; Stanley "87, Breldenthal 117: Long 207, Duval 100; Vincent 200, Crawford 133. Third Ward McKinley 207, Bryan 114; Stanley 203, Breldenthal 113; Long 100, Duval 121; Vincent 219, Crawford 1)8. Fourth Ward McKinley 201, Bryan 02; Stanley 250, Breldenthal 08; Long 239, Duval 1.1; Vincent 251), Crawford BO. Fifth Ward, McKinley 225, Bryan 131, Stanley 221, Breldenthal 135; Long 222, Duval 138; Vincent 248, Crawford 107. Sixth Ward-McKlnley 231, Bryan 80; Stanley 227, Breldenthal 81; Long 212, Duval 07; Vincent 211, Crawford 85. NICKEKSON. First Ward McKinley 55, Bryan 29; Stanley 55, Breidenthal 20; Long 60, Duval 20; Vincent (10, Crawford 27. Second Ward McKinley 03, Bryan 40; Stanley 05, Breldenlhal 40; Long 04 Duval 8d; Vincent 00. Crawford 25. Third Ward- McKinley 24, Bryan 11; Stanley 24,Bielclentlihl 14;Long 21, Duval 10; Vincent 24, Crawford 14. TOWNMIU'S. Center1 McKinley 72, Bryan 00; Stanley 73, Breldenthal 07; Long 68, Duval OH; Vincent 00, Crawford 75. Claj : McKinley 71, Bryan 1)3; Stan ley 00. Breldenthal 5; Long 70, Duval 03; Vincent 08, Crawford 03. Castleton. McKinley (10, Brynn 71; Stanley 60, Breidental Ot), Long 00, Du val 71; Vincent 01 Cruwrord CO. Enterprise. McKinley 42, Bryan 53, Stanley 40, Breldenthal 54; Long 30, Duval 57; Vincent 40 Crawford 51. Grant. McKinley 70, Bryan 78; Stanley 73, Breldenlhal 84, Long 73, Duval 80; Vincent 72, Carwforn 84. Hayes. McKinlev 81, Bryan 40; Stanley 80, Breldenthal 40; Long 81, Duval 62; Vincent 00, Crawford 58. Langdon. McKinley 83, Bryan 00; Stanley 81, Breldenthal 01; Long 81, Duval 01: Vincent 77,Craword 02. Lincoln. McKinley 107, Bryan 103: Stanley 100, Breidentbul 107; Long 00, Duval 113. Vincent 1)7, Crawford 110. Little River. McKinley 98, Bryan 45 Stanley 77, Breldenthal 43, Long 00, Duval 45, Vincent 1)0, Crawford 45. Medora. McKinley 65, Bryan 27; Btanley 55, Breldenthal 27; Long 55. Duval 25; Vincent 54, Crawford 27. North Heno. Mi ivluley 38, Bryan 35 Stanley 37, Breldenthal Ho; Long 82, Duval 41; Vincent 27,Crawford 44. ltoJcoe. McKinley SB, Bryan 32; Stan ley 30, Breldenthal 35; Long 39, Duval 86; Vincent 40, Crawford 85. South Reno. McKinley 07, Bryan 70; Stanley 04. Breldenthal 18; Long 60, Duval 82; Vincent 72, Crawford 08. Troy. McKinley 81, Bryan 41; Staa ley32. Bieldenthal 41; Long 31, Duval 42; Violent 30, Crawford 44. Walnut. McKinley 60, Bryan 60; Htanley 65. Breldenthal 60; Long 60, Duval 68; Vincent fil, Crawford 00 Westminster. McKinley 65, Bryan 60; Stanley 55, Breldenthal 64, Long 54, Duval 62; Vincent 67, Crawford 60. Albion. McKinley 68, Bryan 108; Stanley 48, Breldenthal 117, Long 40, Duval 117; Vincent 65. Crawford 100, Arlington.' McKinley 104, Bryan 04; Breldenthal 4, Stanley 104; Long 101. D-ival 00; Vincent 105, Crawford 02. Bell. McKinley 61, Bryan 42; Stan ley 0), Breldenthal 41; Long 60, Duval 42 HunUvllle. McKinley 48, Bryan 72; Stanley 48. Hieldentlial 72; Long 30, Duval 84; Vincent 38, Crawford 70. Haven McKlniry 170, Bryan 133; Stanley 170. Breldfiuhal 153, Long 153, Duval 100, Vincent 100. Crawford 161. Grove. McKinley 40, Bryan 44, Stanley 40. IlieiUenthwl 40, Long 48, Duval 45; Viieent 48 Crawford 45. Miami. MiKinley 87, Bryau 70; Stanley 85. Breldenthal 80; Ling 83, Duval 85, Vlnc-nt 81, Cntwloid 70. Medfuiil. McKinley 60, lit an 02, Stanley 60. Bteliiuitlml 02; Lung 61, Duval 60; Vincent 40, Crawford 60. Ninnoscab. Bryan 38. McKinley 41, Stanley 40, llrtldeii'liiil 30, Long 30, Duval 30, Vincent 40, Ciawiurd 88. l'levna McKinley 61, Bryau 04, Stanley 64, Breldenlhal 68, Long 60, Duval 71. Roecoe. McKinley 88, Bryan 82; Stanley 30, Breldenthal 85; Long 30, Duval SO; Vincent 40. Crawford 35. Salt Creek. McKinley 77, Bryan 80, Stanley 73, Breldenthal 80, Long 71, Duval 88, Vincent 71, Crawford 85. Sylvia. McKinley 83, Bryan 80, Stanley 77, Breldenthal 80, Long 74, Duval 04, Vincent 81, Crawford 01. Sumner. McKinley 31, Bryan 77; StauleySl, Breldenthal 70; Long 31, Duval 73. Valley. McKinley OG, Biyan 130 Stanley 97, Breldenthal 133, Long, 0J Duval 133, Vincent 87, Crawford 138. The vote on Long and Duval is re ported by republicans as follows from counties beard from. The democratic chairman probably becamu disgusted and bas nothing to say. Long carrit s the following counties: Barber by 100 majority, Comanche 00, Finney 155, Gray 35, Greeley 74, Harvey 687. Has kell 30, Hodgeman 30, Kearney 10, Kiowa 18, Lane 60, Mcl'berson 640, Meade 21, Morton 25, Reno 443, Bice 356. Bush 0, Sedgwick 275, Seward 38, Stanton 15, Sumner 200, Wichita 05. Mr. Duval carried these counties by the following majorities: Barton 225, Clark 6, Edward 83, Hamilton 25, Stevens 23, Harper 100, Tawnee 02, Tratt 50, Scott 25, Ness 70. Kiumna City, Mo., Nov. 7. Early re tuniB indicated a aweepinjj victory for JUu Kin Icy tilt'! liontfcvcll, ami us mure cuiiiplirlf fly urea became obtnliiub.ii 'this wua ciinlirineil, New York Is claimed by the repub licans by liU,OUO auil conceded by leading denincra'ls lit lou.OUO. A'twv .lei'Hcy has recorded a plurality of over :io,(liii) lor the republican uimii- HCCiS. Illinois' will eii.vt. ltd elceturm rote for McKinley although puny lenders declare the democratic cnndldiiLe for govcrii'iir has been elected. Melikiskai in mi ill In duiibb uuJ claimed by both parties. Indiana nuiii'im fuxor '.lie republi can h. Kentucky Is not conceded by demo. cruitiN, iil'tliouM'h republicans claim to have carried i lie t'ttuo by u Milid plur ality. Ohio remained hi 'the republican ouliiuuii. In illie far west Colorado went dem ocrat In , but Culiforiiilu was lut to 4 twin. t wn from the cant that great sin prises came. ISryu.n's wonderful re cord of wiping out u plurality of 65,000 iiignlnst him In (i renter New York and marking up one for himself of 2,O0U was 'indicative of the great work dome by the NebniHkun 'in his eastern campaign. At inldiiHght the probable vote In the electoral college wax estimated to be very near 'that of twiti. If any change la made it will probably be in favor of McKinley anil Itnoscvelt. New York, Nov. 0. It became evi dent ut a very early hour l his evening that the election of McKinley and Uooticvclt was atoned. At S o'clock retunm from nearly two-thirds of the election districts of drewier New -York had been received, indicating beyond qiietitlo'n that Mrynn 'and iSlevriuini ooultl not expect tn'ore than .'.l.nuo or IIO.IMIO plurality In 1his dem lernlle. stronghold, and niile-s there wn.i a landslide in the oiilalde eoiinlics be yond ii'll reawMinlde expectation the pivotal Ktatenf New York had declared in uniniistnUeuble terms, although by a greultly red need majority, lor the lie MultlrtfMitt (iu tvl 11 -ill " A the li'lght progressed it only served to confirm ihls Judgment. The return from Illinois betrayed Ilka uomlltiou. The Itepublicnn plurnlliy of 1HIMI uu greatly reduced, but It wuh Mill far loo large to be overcome. On the other hand. Hie returim from Indiana, Michigan, the two DakoliiH, Utah and Wyoming, as well us Ne braska, seemed to Indicate otrong lie publicum gains over I Mill. Delaware. Marvland nud VYci t Virginia had given decided Itepubtleaii plornllilcs. The count in fcvcrul of the fMr Western stateH was iKiilnrally so delayed as to (rive little Indication of 'the opinion there, but they had censed to hav a ckflcrinlulng effect and before 10 o'clock the Democratic leaders had riven up the contest, and It was an nounced that Mr. Itryan had gone to Ix-d and Wa sound ntdoep, The whole Ktory was cuwlly and brief ly told. The Itepuhllcuii tlckut would liave u larger electoral vote than tone years ago, but In the larger elates of the Kind, and Middle West the plurall Ules had been gremtily red need. MaHKicliiirel.tH had fallen from 174.1)00 to HO.OOO; New Vork from 2(18.0110 to i:i."i.n(io mill Illinois from 142,000 to luil.nili) or less, The roll call of wind's at this hour nppareii'llv as follows: M'KINI.KV. CnHforn'i! Ciwi'iiccllcut De'awure Illinois Indiana Iowa KntwiiH Miiiine Murylnml Massachiiseim Michigan Mlivnesolrt , New Hampshire New .lersey New York North Dakota Onto Oregon Vennisylvanla TChode Island South Dakota Vermont Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoniing Is Total 2M ltlln.V. Alabama 11 Arkansas 8 Colorado 4 Klorida 4 (eorgiii ':' 1Oiilslana 8 Mlntiistlppl f Mlswiurl 17 Mmiituna 3 Nevada 3 North Carolina It South Carolina 0 Tennesse 13 Teaxa IS Huh ! Virginia 13 Total H3 UNiticroniKD. Idaho 3 Kentucky 11 Nebraska 9 Total ft' ix ull ot' xtic uureponvvl siUitk should in n out us Democratic, a highly iinprobiiblo coni.lnt'i'iicy, it Mould not cm: aye the result. Tne lut est rciurr.a from .Nebraska indlcnt.1 a llcpubliciin plurality. 'iho I'lJiysevci Uh congress seem, to be licpubl.'cuii by u subuuuitl.il work ing inajorliy. The giiliernatorlal tickets have iic iarci)y followed the national .mil Udell Is elected in New York and Yates in I ll'iiniis. New York, Nov. 7.-At 1 : this niorn,ing, Nntlonal Commit Icemen Maii'ley, iMIibs and I II Ids held a con ference at the conclusion of which the following statement was given out: "On the reaims recehul al Kcpub IIlmiii hcuil(iinr,lrr. up lo this hour the liepiililican nntlonal commit Iff claim to have elected McKinley ami lloose ve.lt by an eleclorul vote of asj. will) the piai.-'ilillli.v of iwenly-one voles In uddluiou, making a total of 30.1. Tin mi twettny-onv n.l'.cs co'iiaist of the thir teen voiles in Kentucky Mini eight In Nebraska. The Mates we surely claim for' McKinley it ml liooscveli are Cali fornia, CnnnceLciil, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Mary land. Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Mas.-ne'hUMtu, .Michigan. Min nesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Ithode Island, South Dacota, Utah, Vermont, Wash ington, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming." The committeemen then closed their desks aiad lcfD for their ho s. Knthuslast.ic crowds oT ISepulrileans thronurd the nirbbinal heaoouartcrs mo-nlgnt. Three hundred and forty nud been asked lo sit down to a leaai, which IkiiI been provided by the na- th.mal coiiiinlllce. Jly 10 o'clock all I he rooms and hall ways were dim did with men who chained and laughed nud jostled euch other mid m.ived here and there cur rying tidings. Wlicn it wail iiiinoiinced that Nil- ii'ioaal Couinii'l'l nun I'liyne had icl- ephoncil root Chicago Chairman .bines had eoneeileil llin,'.;.is anil Indiana to McKinley, a grein shout viit up. Senator Scott of West liglnla seat the following telegram to Senator Banna: "Shuke. oltl limpv, sliulie." llic repiy was as follows; "Telegram received. I -ji m not Unp lug us lunch an 1 did. Congratulations to you all, llA.N.s.v." , New York, .Nov. 0. At midnight lha Indications are thai President AlcKlu ley has carried New York ilate by u inujorl'iy over Itryan of about i;i,',ooo, compared wtih a Itcpubllcan majorliy In the last presidential election of L'OS.Ill'j, The total vote In the city or New York Is approximately tlo.ooo larger than It, wus in lHlit), and up the fttuie the Increase Is about :i0,D0O. In the eliy llryan wiped out the plurality of UO.Will which McKinley had four ieurs ago and look on u plurality for IniNflf of about IM.Oiil), l p Die ktatc McKinley barely held the vote which he had In 1MHI, the added vote going to llryan. The vote for 11. It. Udell, Jr., Itepubllcna nominee for governor, It considerably larger lliun that for Mc Kinley, la Brooklyn, particularly, the Democ ru lie nominee for ifovem.r, Mr. Kiiiichllcld, appears no have been suratelieil.y Columbus, Nov, 0. -McKinley )i,n car ried his own slate, without doubt, oy uu increiised inujority, but at uiidnilit it is Impossible tu giv. I ue ligutL'J, owing to the uui,.'iia,i, uicuger lo turns receiied. Tho deuioeiun hat (ruined about ll.Onu la Clew land and us much tu Cincinnati and h'j in sjiiiu other cities. The Kepublicias have gulunl In the rural dUiricls and in the city, ill Canton, 'the luiue of the pre sident, In Akron, the home of C'nalr- i ma ii Dick, lend In a few other cities, Democratic Slate Chairman l.ont eon cedes the s,nic to the liepubbeaus and expects a gain of one congrcvsmuu over I he last delegation from Ohio la congress, which stood sUt.'ea llepub. llecins and five Democrats, liepubllcan ( halrinan Dick standi by his poll of the state, which he lu sitls shows from T.l.uiiu to Nil.ono for McKinley, and he luslsu that the lie iiblieiuin will gain two or three con gressmen, At this hour the Indica tions are that McKinley li.m gained largely In Ohio over his plurality ot 1SUU and that most of It came from the rural districts with the exception of Columbus, Toledo, Canton, Akron, Springfield and u lew other cities. Chicago, Nov. (I. At 11:1.1 o'clock to-night Chairman llabeuck, of the Itcpubllcan congressional vomnil'ltee said that reports received up to that time pointed to an Increase of Ills es, tlnuite of is Itcpubllcan members ol the house. Dispatcher from the conn- trv dlstrhns lias not come In lo any extent, he Mild, but those received showed gains, Washington, Nov. 0, IlepreaeutiiUvs liieluirdson, chairman of Mie Democra tic congressional committee, ut II o'clock, declined to make an estimate on the coninlcslon of the next house, He fiild the returns received up to that 'Mine were too incomplete to de termine the result so far ns the house was concerned. It Is practically con ceded here, however, that the house Is Itepublicnn by u working majority. Itelurns received from 31(1 of the 3.10 isiiigl'e?ioiniil districts show that the Itepubliciinw have elected 111, the Democrats 101 and the fosliinlsts 1, The Kcpublleans have gained 7 und the Democrats 3, making a net gain of 4 for the Itepiiblleans, Kit urns from 3,11 of the 350 con gressional districts show that the Ite publicans have elected 129. Democrats l:.'4 and 'the fu-'ionlsts 1. The Itepub licnns have gained ten districts and the Democrat five, making the net gain of the former five. New York. Nov. ().- The fallowing' telcgrini wus sei.t to-alghl. "W, ,1. llryan, J ..I l coin, Neh,: Aa you nu doubt ulreudy know, the stute lias gone heavily ngulivil us, out whereus Hill county In 1 still gave Mc Kinley 211,000 imiiorliy, It gives you to. lay 33,000, n gain of SHOOK, We u.mim.'U, uu,, uoi. discouraged.--Uiull' tud UoiaT." 'iojieka, Ka., Nov. U.'J'he elco.lol n iui.i.s irum Kaii'-as arc coining slow ly, out enoiigu hac uriaveil 1. 1 ,,epub Jicin heuoipiaiiei.-' to inii.cacc l kweeplng iiijiiiiiiicaii majoi'iiy. Me, Aliiicy uus earned the sjue by ai icuut ,'U,uuu and it may run bo ij.OUU Oovcruor .-tu n ley and the cm, lie lie puollciin bi.ie ticket ure elected Oy at niuv as big a majority, seven liepubil ciiii cougit Ssiiicn have been eicclcd wuh 1 1 1 u ,'ii 1 1 1 .ii fc hi favor of the o nel ..ue, uiiea.,ey, In the 'I hlrd, nun tin Jigisla.ure will be ovei wiieloonyiy l.rpuiiilciu on ji.'int ballot. .moiioii Allmugli, chairinun of tin liepuoi.caiiuueic comiiiUI. c, had i,flc cd , wager that McKinley win ban .'.'.i.otiil majority aind lie mis that In lic.ietif ii will run lo 40,1100. lie a I at cia.ius eight congiissiueii und the I'g slk.iire, i.esldcs llic sUtte tieek't, 0 ao.iiou at least. I lialrinan Itulgely of the I'opullsr s:ale eomniULce, altough (llsnpp.iiiited over the tenor of uhe nieiigei rckUl'iu which ao far ure mostly (rout Hit towns, says tliati he expeced big Ke publiean galius 111 the towns, lie sayi ihn. when i ho country ill.-'iru.s a, heard I ruin they will show big fusion galas .f.ilTiclcn.t to ol'ksc: the Itepub. Lean gains i,i tbe towns. Al an curly hour io-ihyh'j he eliiiincd Iv.aaeas by JS.IHIU. Passengers 'vrnving in hirngoonn y the New TJn'nn Eleva ted Loon, reach sny part of the oityj or for a five cent are, can be ta'ten immediately to any of the large stoiau of the down town district. TIIK life of this Great sale Is in the values we (jive. Noveiulair veXpdayJnaugu rated AN UNRIVALED CARPET SALE, Rare putterni in Axminsters f.snsdown and Tspestry IJrussels; and t I. .. . . r I.. i - . vuv mo prritruu? IHHl IU cuiur UUU UWilUtlfUl tD dtiBlgU, During this big Sale We AXMINNrKB CARPET The richest and most popular oarpeti on the market today, The pat terns allow crest skill, and the color effects would leem to indicate that the srti-t had lav tailed the wealth of his geuius in proiluuliiHiuoh new and novel designs; 27 Ins. 1iIh, iihi' ysrd made. l.'J&;2Jin bor der to maioii, pi-r ysrd 11.25. Unrivalhd ssle lrice Odd yd, Sewed free ot i liargs, VEI.VKT lARIKr. Never before ws there m h a deumuil for this cists of osrpfls; they have taken tti place of the body Unosels almost entirely. We handle only the bst brands In a (jrest Vttiirty of puttsrne, iiioludiug all tbe new shades. This is our utiong cel'inji line In i'.t' floods, (27 In. wni) por yaid, msde,$,10; 22 In. bntder to match. Per yard 11.10 Uuriviiled Sale price, 03c yd Hewed fiee of Charge. LANNDOWN These are from among those sterling values made especially for ser vice, and for a medium priced velvet are without a peer, large scroll pat terns in bright odors, l'er yard, made K5c Umlvaled Hale Price, OOoyii Sewed Free of Charge. TEKf WlKKTAPKtlKY Thin is the very best tspmrv Itruspols made; next thiinr to a body Brussels lor durability; beautiful puttsriiH wl'li or wiiliout border. Per yar ', niaile b5o Umiviileil Sule Price, Tjcyd Bewed Free of Charge. Our tipeatry llrusHela is a very strong lender In this department. Kely npon it for untold satis faction. Medium shudm width 27 In.made.yd.filld I" i rivaled Sale Price 4 7c yd Sewid Free of Charge, Vulcan or Granite Ingrain, se the nsme implies, ! msde to staud hard knocks; a good low-priced carpet, bright patterns, ysrd wide 25c Msde 28o P. MARTIN DRY GOODS CO. ONLT OKE'miCIS cabh:hovbe in Hutchinson, - - Kans, Idr" Freight paid on all $5.00 mail orders within 100 Miles. WUmIMMIIIlW Tank IT'S about tho tuno of tho year when you aro thinking of buying a Tank. May bo for stock, or irrigating, or cooling milk it's all tho snnio to us. Wo make ull kinds ami all sizes, but ONE quality that is tho best. Some pcnplo think any kiml of u nuiii can build a tank, and tho less some pooplo know, the mora they think they aro tank builders. Whenever you run up against that kind, you aro roped in. Now this am be avoided. Go whero the tanks arc Jtutide that have stood the test for 15 years. Wo gtuir- antee every tank oi niomy refunded. Snyder's Planing Mill. 20, 22, and 24 West Sherman. Hutchinson, Kansas IIHBrmrF.i',,'ifi-sapmMiw.giwf fH!ti't I'HOivi (;VSOLINt? YtS. It's X ' V L. i Tor' l'juonolo"'. Ulinplo, Bttfo nud Killnble, JJ-t . , 4 , . nml WiiIkt UuhiiIiihi J'.uk'inir reiuirii no I'liKinuer. Uuaul.i,..' .JKiu v. iir iH'knt Kur Infiirmiition mldre.ii tVEBEH OAS ANE OASOT.INE ENGINE CO.. UouUiwiihli Uouiuvaru. KttuaaH Cltv.Mo Vaughan-Fonfron Company. IOyou know that we make Farm Leans and y Sell Real Estate? Well we do. We also write all kinds of Insurance. VAUCHAN-FOTROfi CO. Rear of First National Bank. lyEnieusureyou ' ' rooms nnd tow your carpes with out extra charge. M, 100O the less expensive kinds in varied Ingrsina ..... - Will Make All Carpets Free. VKLVETN 1MUHA1.M VAIirElS. These are very cholca styles miiileof uug,oleau wool, full weight, extra super, lOtiO euds. The Colorings are beautiful and the patterns clear and strong, worth ODc yd regular. Uurivaled Sale Price ' coo yJ Sewed Free of Charge, Purltun C C, a full weight fXim super, In grain carpet, all wool tilling with a cottou chain wears as well as an all wool, fast colors, 30 In wide, Unrivaled Sale Price, -tOcyJ Sewed Free of Charge, A'blou, very heavy 2-ply Ingrain with wool il u Hi en, a great wearer and exceptional viiIup, )uid wide. Per yard, ui'i'ie, 4,1c Unrivaled Sa'e Prioe. Sue yd Seweil Free of Charge. Kxtra qua! it) stilped hemp carpet, very firm weave, per yard, not made, 453 Stilped hemp copet, 7n nnd 1 yd wide not made Kin and l2jo Talk! To Please Our Customers Is our nini, wlicthcr tho purchase Is a b, x of our lino candies or a loaf of bread. We bake bread, pie?, cakes, cookies oml malic cundies. We make a specialty of orders for parties, in ice cream, ices, drinks and edibles. Or ders for bread, buns or sandwiches for public sales given prompt attention The BOW TON.