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Diamond C
Grocers and Bakers,
Sixth St.
Advertising In tint local column, as cents
Ine; In other columns, 10 cents a lino. For
ates on claislfleii advertisements. For Sale,
ForReit, Wanted, etc., see classiiled co'.umn
a second page. For rate on long time locals
call at otllce.
The girls are all ready for the first
Band concert on the plaza at 7:30,
this evening.
More county statistics on an inside
page of this issue.
Regular meeting of Chapman Lodge
No. 2, A., F. & A. M. tomorrow night.
The Degree of Honor will give their
regular quarterly social on Thursday,
May 31st ......
That reported bank robbery on the
west side last night proved to be a
fake, pure and simple.
The Christian Endeavor society will
give a farwell party to Mr. Hannaford,
this evening, at the home of Miss Ada
R. D. Hall has shipped up from
. Deming some line horses, now on sale
at his stable immediately adjoining
this office.
The firm of Branch & Landls has
been changed to Landis & Stevens,
who are the new proprietors of the
Opera cafe.
P. A. Manzanares, Jr., writes his
father from the ranch that Iambs are
nearly as plentiful down there, this
season, as grasshoppers. ,
Eleven thousand pressed bricks
which the capitol board had left over
have been shipped to Max Nordhaus
of Las Vegas at $20 per thousand.
S. Kauffman desires that honest
person who found hia gold cull but
ton to return it and receive a reward.
The button was lost on either Bridge
Street or Douglas avenue.
There will be a mothers' meeting
at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon. May
18th, at the Normal University, kin
dergarten departmenjt. (All mothers
are earnestly requested to attend.62-2
G. M. Birdsall, local manager of the
Western Union office here, starts for
the Paris exposition tomorrow morn
ing In company with Sam Levy.- The
office will be left In charge of Max
The final report on the estate of the
late Jose Maria' Prada was made by
the administrator Jose de La Cruz
Garcia, who was discharged by Probate
Judge Marques in session this morn
ing. ,
A. Duval considers himself a very
lucky restaurateur today from an
experience he had last evening.
While getting out of his wagon his
horse suddenly plunged, throwing
Mr. Duval on his head and shoulders
and It was a number of houra before
he recovered from the shock; how
ever Mr. Duval, the horsa and the
dog are all doing as well as could be
expected. . '
Miss Margaret Toomey today en
tered upon the discharge of her duties
as matron at the insane asylum, suc
ceeding her sister, Miss Mary, who
leaves for Denver ahd her Iowa home
on a morning train. The latter
young lady has filled the position most
acceptably for the past two years and
the management were loth to part with
her services. ...
At the renearsal of the Oratorio
society last evening very marked pro
gress was made on the beautiful chor
uses of "The Holy City." The attend
ance, however, was not what it should
have been in view of the fact that
there are only four more regular re
hearsals before the festival.. At next
Tuesday's meeting all the members
are requested to bring their scores of
"The Creation."
The entertainment "Dangers of a
great city," at the opera house last
night, was highly enjoyed by a well
.filled house. This is an exceptionally
good company and the price down
stairs, fifty cents, makes It at a rate
that all can enjoy a good play. The
Crawford people will appear tonight
in the comedy, "Not such a fool as
he looks." This will be the last night
this highly entertaining troupe will
appear. Don't miss it.
'Fry -tlxett
Dry Boasted
Hawaiian Coffee,
40c per lb.
Something Fine.
(Successor to L. H Hofmtlster.)
Solo Agent,
Married, today, at 11 o'clock a, m.,
Rev. Geo. Selby, officiating, Chester II
Bristol and Mr. Edith May Sparling.
After the ceremony a hospitable lunch
eon was served. A beautiful silver
set was presented to the happy couple,
by the train dispatchers and operators
of the New Mexico division. The
bridal party left at noon for Califor
nia, Intending to return home by the
northern route. ,,
Accompanying the silver et of b!x
pieces, was the following clever note
"To you and your estimable wife,
we tender our hearty congratulations.
We wish you every hlesslng and that
health, wealth and happiness may be
constant with you la the earnest wish
of those who subscribed themselves
your devoted friends." Other pres
ents received are a bronie clock and
ornament, Phil H. Doll; China berry
set. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Dixon, of
Ohio; silver pickle caster, Charles
Elllcott; fancy toilet set, Mrs. A. Ap
ple, of Ohio; jewelry case, from the
mother of the groom.
The nuptials of Hallett Raynolds
and Miss Helen McNalr are announc
ed to occur on the 6th proximo.
The betrothal of James Cook to Miss
Jessie Atkins probably had something
to do with hia recent change in posi
tions at a handsome advanee In "sal
ary. The marriage of B. L. Brooks, of the
Western Union service at El Paso,
Texas, to Miss Margaret Wert will
be solemnized at 8:30 o'clock this
evening at tha residence of the bride's
parents in this city.
Clever Clergymen.
Rev. A. M. Gentile. 8. J., was a
passenger for Trinidad from Albu
querque, yesterday.
Rev. A. Maes, of Tiptonvllle, will
preach at the Methodist church on the
west side again this evening.
Rev. Manuel Madrid, of El Rlto, left
today for St. Louis, to attend the gen
eral assembly of the Presbyterian
church. .
Chief Justice and Mrs. W. J. Mills
entertained a party of friends at din
ner,. yesterday evening, in honor of
Bishop J. Mills Kendrlck.
Rev. L. A. Bendrat, pastor of the
German Lutheran church at Albuquer
que, passed through for Canon City,
Colo., to attend the synod in that pen
itentiary city..
Rev. Thomas Harwood, D. D su
perlntendent of the New Mexico Span
ish M. E. mission, came up from Al
buquerque, this afternoon, and" resumes
his trip to Chicago tomorrow, stopping
over night here with friends, admir
ers and relatives. -He goes thence to
attend the general ' conference and
join Rev. A., P. Morrison, superintend
ent of the English mission, who is al
ready on the ground, ...... ,,, ,.
The Pale Messenger, . .
Gertrude Rolbal, . mother of Filo-
meno Gonzales, of the west side, died
at her home at San Ignaclo, last Mon
day morning, at the age of sixty-four
years. She leaveB the one son resid
ing here end - two daughters and
eighty-four grand children and great
grandchildren. '
..Word was received hy friends yes
terday from a brother of the. deceas
ed, conveying the sad news of the
death of Carl B. Kirkwood, which
occurred at Baltimore, ' Md., on the
11th of this month. The dead young
man was a resident of this city' for
two years and he made many warm
friends here by deserving them.
Frank E. Day, the Jeweler of Du-
luth, Minn., young and well-to-do, who
died In Albuquerque and whose em
balmed Temains passed through this
city for the Minnesota city, accom
panied by the family of the deceased,
will be remembered as having had
apartments at Mrs. Geo. H. Marshall's
residence in this city for a number of
weeks. . '
Forthcoming 'Dances. .
The Evening Star club Will give a
ball at the Knights de la Salle hall,
west side -, on the 19th inst
A subscription dance will be given
by the young men of the city at thn
Plaza hotel tomorrow ' night.' A. Du
val will furnish the supper. The
affair prom Ir e - to be a very enjoyable
one. ' -; ' ' ; '" ; -'
Frederick Wielzer, resident manager
at Rocky Ford, Colo., for the Ameri
can Beet Sugar Co., dispatched five
men to the scene of operations today,
among the. number Manuel Sflva andTMbacksmith shop.
Tomas Hidalgo, who will establish a
cooking camp on the grounds up there.
On the noon train, Saturday, 100 men
and boys will be sent to Rocky Ford
from this city and about seventy-five
on Wednesday of next week. Num
bers of men and stout boys have also
been employed at Trinidad, Raton,
Springer and at towns in the lower
part of New Mexico. "
The location of that bawdy house,
so called, might have been on Grand
avenue as well as In the rear of the
Central hotel if the reporter had only
thought a second or 4wo before pen
ciling the Item.
Patty's Garland steel ranges can't be
beat, either in price, quality, beauty '..
or wear. ; 61-6t
y l
Order Your Screens Now.
We Sell the BestCHEAP
South of Bridges.
Both 'Phones 150,
Mulberry Corners.
First Run
riaple Sap
and pure
Maple Sugar.
Just Arrived.
E. H. Salazar visits Santa Fe again.
W. M. Fowler is in town' from Sweet
water, Tex.
Frank Springer Is at home from Al
buquerque. .J. L. Ribera went down to San Mi
guel this afternoon.
Capt. W. S, Jenks took the road for
Puerto de Luna today. ...
Leon H. Curtiss, of Galoa, 111., reg
isters at the Plaza hotel.
Miss Edith St. Vrain returned to her
Mora home, this morning.
' Judge W. F. Parker, of the lower
judicial district, went east today.
E. B. Wheeler, brother of the laun
dry man, visits him from St. Louis.
Eugenlo Romero, a bright young
man, is in the city from Cleveland,
N. M.
J. H. Campos, a Trinidad picture
canvasser, drove in from Anton Chico
E. B. Wheeler and Henry Bunnell
drove in from Mora parts, this after
Harry Porter has brought his wife
over from Santa Fe for medical treat
Tito Melendez and Meliton Ortiz
headed their horses toward Mora, this
, Mrs. E. B. Shaw and daughter reach
ed home, from Boonevllle, Mo., yes
terday afternoon.
Dr. Tascher and daughter, of Albu
querque, were east-bound passengers
on a morning train.
E. L. Branch leaves for Trinidad to
accept a lucrative position at the hanos
of his old employer. 1
. D. Jv Aber, the ex-clty engineer, Is
at home from a trip of inspection down
to the Cerrlllos mining camp.
Chas. R. Henderson, the Railroad
avenue undertaker, has returned from
a business trip out of town.
H. S. Kerr," mother and Mrs. Colter,
relatives of Charley Oder, set sail for
Bellefontaiiie, Ohio, this afternoon.
Miss Madge Steinbeck was a pass
enger for' Chicago, today; Miss Ellen
Johnson, for Parkersburg, West Va,
- Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Ball, of Albuquer
que, who will take a college course in
corn-paring, passed through for- Chi
cago. . 1
- Col. M. Brunswick and Capt E. O
Austen returned yesterday from ' the
Roswell eountry', which they report hi
a most prosperous condition.
' C.-T. McGlone and A. C. Robinson,
forest reserve riders of the Pecos park,
after spending a few days in the city,
left for Roclada, their headquarters
Silas Alexander,. lawyer and-ex-eecre-tary
of the Territory, came up from
Socorro' this afternoon and. departed
on the first returning train for -Cali
fornia. . V -W.
T. McCrelght, manager, city edi
tor and part owner of the Albuquerque
"Citizen," and president of the Terri
torlal fair association, is up from his
city today,' accompanied by .Geo. F.
Albright, editor-in-chief of the "Demo
crat," down there. , 4 '
N. L,' Speesberger, B. H. Manheln-
ger, J. L; Todd, Chicago; B. L "Brooks,
El Paso; C. M. Pierce, Leon L. Molse,
San Francisco; G. Langtree, M. 'Sterne,
New York; C. J. Orrell, Des Moines;
L. D. Curtiss,' Galoa, 111.; S. Alexan
der, Socorro, at the Castaneda hotel.
Extra fine eating apples at Long &
Perry's. It
, Las Vegas. Rubber Stamp Works,
,- Manufacturers and wholesale deal
ers in rubber stamps, wax seals, seal
presses, stencils, check protectors,
revenue stamp cancelling stamps, etc.,
etc. Air cushion hand stamps made
by the Wortman process excel In
elasticity, durability and printing
qualities. Address P. C. Wortman,
112 Grand Ave., opposite Schmidt's
Cornice and Tin Work.
Figures will be cheerfully given and
estimates made on all kinds of cor
nice, tin, and repair work. Our work
is guaranteed. Our prices are rlgtlt.
162-tf. Center St.
Notice of Removal,
I have moved my dental parlors to
a suite of rooms In the Crockett
block, where I will be found durlr.g
office hours. DR. CLYDE DECKKR
Job printing of all kinds from a
milk check to the finest kind of a
lithograph, can be had' at The Op-
1 1 c office. : 62-6t
Look at Ludwig nfeld's adv. It
r iMr I I
Emeterlo Gallegos has tied a suit
gainst Union county in the nice sum
of I2.337.S5.
The case of CliaiU-s lUekl against
A. C, Anderson, the grocer, has been
settled out of court
The Territorial grand jury will like
ly be kept in session for three weeks
and evil-doers had best beware.
The case of Wlegand V3. Williams
was oa the calendar for argument in
the district court, this afternoon.-
In the mechanics' lien case of Frank
Gesnet vs. Keen and others, the court
today made and signed the findings.
The U. S. grand jury will prooably
dispose of all matters coming before
them, by the end of the present week.
Wm. Hemingway, the Clayton attor
ney In attendance at court here is
the law partner of Judge Toombs' over
there. . t :
The court has signed an Order ap
proving the report of appraisers of
certain described property in East
Las Vegas. . -" "
Joseph Waddingham, as faithful,
true and accurate as the day is long,
is assisting the district court clerk
during the present term.
The Green-Whitemore .case, involv
ing the sale and delivery of cattle in
1891, has been taken under advise
ment by Chief Justice Mills.
The ejectment suit by Teltlebaum
against Tafoya, has been continued
till the return of Attorney LarrazoloJ
from his Raton speech-making trip,
Capt W. S. Jenks, Elecio Lopez and
Miguel Romero are other citizens who
were let off from serving as members
of the U. S. grand jury and L. W. II-
feld begged oft from sitting as a Ter
ritorial grand juror.
The case of Gallegos vs. Brown, in
volving "that horsej" was-dismissed,
upon payment of costs, Gallegos to
keep the animal, or, not doing so prop
erly, to turn it over to Brown. It is
rumored that the quadruped has since
died In utter disgust.
New Infants.
There was a birth in the household
of Vidal Camaduran, west side, yes
J. L. McCormlck would perhaps use
red paint in his work if permitted to
do so. today. It's a boy and is only
a day old.
. Last winter during an epidemic of
whooDins: cough my children contract
ed the disease, having severe cough
soells. We had used Chamberlain
Cough Remedy very successfully for
croup and naturally turned to it at
that time and found it relieved the'
cough and effected a complete cure.
JOHN E CLIFFORD, Proprietor Nor
wood House. Norwood, N. Y. This
remedy is for sale by K. D. Goodall
druggist." .-
Wanted, to buy and sell 'new and
second hand furniture of all kinds, at
Chapman's second hand store, oppo
site S. A. Clements' mill." ' 155-lm
Chocolate Bonbons.
': ' " FOR SALE BY .
Opera Koure Block.
Romero Drug Go.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
In Pure uud Keliuble
Drugs, fledicines
and Chemicals,
Sponges, Brushes, Terfu merles
. and Toilet Articles. Full line
of Gunther's fine Candies.
Physicians' prescriptions carefnlly and ac
curately compounded by experienced phar
macists. Veeder Building, Plaza, Las Vegas.
Rosenwald & Son,
"Plaza." '
; ' ; - ' Second shipment of .
Ladies' Trimmed Sailors'
and Tarn O'Shanters. , .
Also a full line of , ; i
Hisses' and Children's i
All of the Latest Styles.
Come and see them.
Items of Interest:
Wash Stuffs
We show a very complete and tempting"
line in Dimity, Mull, Jaconet, -Lawn and
'Swiss. . ... ' ,
28-lnch Striped India Mull, good value at 12ic, we
wlllsellfor - - " - - . '. QQ
Batiste Indienne, 28-ln. goods, an honest piece of goods,
comes in light and dark colors, will be
sold for.: - - - ... IOC
Prlmrase Dimity, "extra fine qualities of goods, 28-in.
w ide, assorted patterns of the very latest de' A
sign, well worth 20c yd., it goes for - - LC
Dotted Swiss Muslin, one of the newest' wash
fabrics this spring, 27-in. wide.willbesoldfor IyC
We show a full line of
. Percales, Ducks, Piques and Crashes
all of which we offer at very low prices. ,
No single feature of the store
friends than these one-price collections of household necessities gathered
in our wonderful lavement salesroom. '
The artichs offered are ill of
quality and their values so much more than the prices we a-sk it is not
trance that thrifty hou9keepers are
bargain table? spreads abroad. New
St Cent Table
Asbestos mats, zinc bound.
Combination tack hammers.
Wire Boap dishes.
Trojan potato mashers.
Large butter spades. ,
Real sea shells fcr baking.
8-tn fluted cake mould.
Tin pudding pans.
9-in mountain cake pan.
Tin pot covers.
Tin pot covers, up to 1014 Inch.
15-inch wooden spoons.
Wire coffee, strainers, with double wire
Asbestos cold handles.
Mouse traps "sure catch."
Round wire teapot stands.
Pint tin dippers.
Wire dish mops.
Flat milk skimmers.
Large tin graters.
155 Cent Table.
Steel butcher knives. . . ,
good coffee mills.
Stove brushes (25c kind).
Handled Bhoe brush.
1-gal oil cans.
Wood rim meal seive. -3-qt
yellow cake bowl.
Heavy handled soup strainer.
9-in colander.
Large dover egg beater.
Handy potato sllcer.
Hunter's rotary sifters.
3- pt, octagon teapots.
8-qt. milk palls.;'
4- qt sauce pans, retlnned.
1-gal. stone preserve Jars.
Silk feather dusters, 7-itt.
8- ring muffin pan.
9- in. deep blue enameled pans.
Charles Ilfeld : The Plaza
. The Only Exclusive Dry Goods Store.
Here are Bargains that can not be
, d u pi icated in any other store
; as to Quality and Price.
Ylulhouse French Organdi
was sold at 25, 35 and 40c,
?;..'" Our Sale Price,
ISO yard.
Corded Batiste , Dimity.
They are good values at 15c,
Our Sale Price,
IQc yard.
Percales, Yard Wide,
They are the 10c quality.
: Our Sale. Price,.
C C5 yard.
v v
j. ....
Agents For Standard Patterns
The Very latest styles in .
Blacks and ans for
Our line of Men's
will get Comfort,
has been more successful in winning
. such uncommonly good, dur&kia
attracted and the fame or these
thuj3 are added frpm day to day:
lO Cent Tabte
8-in. Acme frying pans. , ,
6x10 tin loaf pan. . -:
No. 18 lipped sauce pan. ' , ,
No. 18 preserving kettles. ,
wire broilers. ..
Cotton mop cloths.
Ladies' 3-pc. garden sets.
5-doz. pkgs. clothes pins.
Wood lemon squeezers. ...
wire easles. . . .
Fancy Jap'd candlesticks. , . '
ty-gal. stone jars or crocks.'
Cotton clothes lines, . '.'.
Wood towel rollers. V." . '.' '."
Enameled seamless bowls, j ', ,
Good size whisk brooms. . , ' ' ,
Tea and coffee canisters. ;
Jap'd dust pans. ,
Wood salt boxes. . , , ' ..
Gem patent cake spoon.
10-ln. scrub brushes. ' ,
Patent sad Iron handles. ,. . , ,.:
22 S3 Cent Table :
Pieces worth 30c, 35c, 40c 60c.
Henis' fruit and veg. press. .
Boston sink strainer. . ,
Home soldering sets.
Glass coal oil cans.
14-qt diBh pans. r . '
No. 8 steamer with cover. ,
10- inch nickled tray. . , . i
Champion mincing knives. ,
11- inch cold. handle f ry , pan. i . ,
10-lnch brick trowel. ; :
i.Good steel hatchet
Compass saw. . . '
3-plece blacking set.
Nickeled cuspidor.
Copper flour sifter.
Adjustable slaw cutters. " '
9-inch granite pie plates.
On our Bargain Table
Lame lot Children's Straw Hats, Lin
en Hats and Tarns, all worth double
Our Sale Price, 25C
Ladies' Percale Shirt Waists,
Other stores.sell them at 40c. :
Our Sale Price, 2$C
Ladies' Percale Shirt Waists,
Laundered cuffs and collars, exra -quality,'
valued at 60c,
Our Sale Price, 46C
Lonsdale Huslin,
One yard wide, 12 yds'limlt
"to.each customer,
8J4c yard.
, 0
, Headquarters for
Highest Grade. .. ,
;. The Best in all Respects.
.. 0 I Kfl n 00 Kfl
Ladies, 1 , J U lUOuiilU
Shoes, at $3.50 You
Style and Durability.
Do You Know
.... ' - i
that we carry an immense
and very select stock of
Little Folks?
We have - . . . .
Full Dress Suits, ;.: ' ; -
Vest Suits, . - ;
Double Breasted Suits, . : - -Three
Piece viuits, . ? . .
Sack Coat Suits.
All come in s?7,es 3 to 8 our prices range
from $1.25 to $5.50 each. .
Big1 Line of ; .
and Men's Clothmir
on which we can "save
you some money. ' :
Don't Overlook Us
. if in need of any of these goods, .. -"..
as we are right in Jiae andal-
ways carry a big stock.
E.' Rosenwald & Son,
"Plaza." ; ;
Our Store Is all tern up--Ve have a
"roush house." Our workmen are pusn
.. - vz thin-5, however, and we will be in
the new room in about TEN days.
Just to make things Interesting for the
. next week, in the midst of all this confu
sion, we have decided to
Put the Knife to Prices!
Our new Spring Stock is about all in and
EVERYTHING GOES while we are mov
ing. We don't often advertise a sale of
i ' this kind, but when WE DO IT HEANS
" Come along and bring your friends and
The Sale Begins
Most lOtto.
M., Qreenberger, Prop.
A Pair That Beats Any Three!
jj fjrtnc awfstic j . f
J? Ian. co m 31
to.B.ci fo-j.. 1 sis. 'fW 5,
2 . '.cttig,
Bridge Street Hardware Store.
- -
FLORSHEIM MER. CO., Springer, N. M.
lay Marketing
. During the month of May the Manufacturers
in the east clean Up preparatory to beginning on
fall goods, and sell the leavings at a buyer's,
price. We have a buyer in the field the year
round and he is Buying Big Bargains right now.
We have received several shipments already, .
consisting of Dress Goods and Goods Already
' . Dresses, which we have marked to sell at prices
' that will sell them. Amongst these shipments
' is" a lot of hosiery in several colors, some being
solid black and some having white feet and
black bodies.
There is a lot of wrappers suitable to wrap-up--
in during the hot season and everybody should
have at least one. Remember our prices are
always the same always the lowest possible.
Stroueoe &
i . Railroad Ave.. Opposite Castaneda Hotel.
C To the Public of East Las Vegas and Everywhere: ,
. t u.,ciiuiu um cuuit l uiunuic uepanmeDl lO IDC -
v- v., txixA au.au huw give our cii li i c aiicuiiun ,
to our lafg-eVStock of Dry Goods, Millinerj. Clothing, Boots and 3
f Shoes, f funks and Valises, Hats and Caps, Carpets, Rugs and Oil 3'
Cloths. In ord?r to do this.
h UK Vh' i'f 1 rn rt ,. V. 1 1 .' ... i r . .
ataa 'r vviojj.ni.u i.w in any r-p ,
t changes,.and beginning MAY 14th, 1900, till May sotli, we will :3;
offer the greatest bargains evei ottered in our ZSi
. ,The Prices Below Will Easily Conviuce You. 9
" Mn a yard for American SWrting Prints.
best brands of Prints In-
g- "J eluding S
Simpson and America.
H 6C Lace Ourtaln Scrim,
ftl O 'd Amoskoag Apron Check
(n a yd for yard wide L L Brown Sheets
-' lug. j
Ret a yd Shaker Flannel, nnbleached,
Oti the 8c kind. :
5C Kid Flnteh Cambric for lining
lie a yl New Spring Duck Suiting.
H lir fo' yfl i" fine Embroidery
- I iC weii worth oc a yard.
2. Remnants In Calico. Lawns. Silks and
nrcss(i'XKUatHAi,F PKioK.
: "
Special nuslin
. -Bead these prices and examine
(joreet covers at i-c, z-ic, sac, ow. zzz.
-3 ' 'Ladies' Drawers at 24c, 33c, 35C, 42c, 64c, 02c. 3'
'' -'- : Ladies' Muslin Gowns at 59c, 79c, 74o, 92c, 98c, $1 24. f
S pi v Ladies' Muslin Chemise at 28c, 39c, CAc, "2c, 9)c, 08o t
" Ladies' Muslin Skirts at 59c, 79c, i)8c, $1.18 ' tl 44
Z Misses' Muslin Gowns at 39c and 42c. M ' ' z,
Child's Muslin Pants at ltlc and 19c.
Blen's and Youths' Light Weight Underwear tor Summer.
- We have just placed a special line of above Under- Elf
3 .: wear on our Bargain Table and to close 1 hem out quick ' r!
Z - we shaU sell them for 24c, 20c, 35c and 4c a garment. "
'"U'MM 1 1!! HH!U1 1 HI J) 111 njli'.lJM nil U 'Mil l,M 111 muum:- -
Thursday Llorning,
Railroad Avenue.
Down East.
Ladies' Shirt Waists, i
Head these prices carefully as all 3
are money savers. rS
24c Mlsses Shirt Waists In all 3
new Knrinir nnt.torna
Jj4c Ladies' Shirt Waists, all new, 3
catchy styles. ' 3
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