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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 2 November 1909

r I < p > c iI i I j I HE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITYr UTAH TUESDAY NOV 2 1909 1 H 7 IrF1flflC11 l and Commercial l WAll STREET DUll I AND TRADING SLOW Little Interest Taken in Prices in Advance of Election Holiday LONDON GETS MORE GOLD NEWS OF PENNSYLVANIA STOCK ISSUE NOT RELISHED New York Nov IOperations in stocks today were of an exceedingly des ultory character and interest in the mar ket waa languid In advance of the holi day tomorrow The observance of AlI Saints day in London and Paris today also subtracted materially rom the vol ume or the days business and deprived the market of an index of sentlnent on the international money outlook which IS much relied on at preent Th mon ey market proper snt encouraging news from abroad lnd this was a primp fac tor In the early rise In prices of stocks tere The Weekly statement of the Ger man bank disclosed bOme heavy inroad Ln resources Incident to the Novfmbtlr settkmcnts and the Private discount rate In Berlin rose a fractio...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 2 November 1909

p J L J > w h i THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 2 1909 Whats All l What the in SportsNO FIGHT UNTIL JULY SAYS JOHNSON The Sporting Authoi1 J of Salt Lake T MILITARY ACADEMY MOURNS ITS DEAD Deitti of Cadet Byrne Casts Gloom Over PointFuneral i Services Today West Point N Y Nov IThe military academy is mourning tOday the IIHHI or Cadet Eugene A Byrne who died yester day of Injuries received Saturday Jn the football game with Harvard Many telegrams expre8BInr sympathy and sorrow were received today by Colonel Hugh L Scott superintendent of the academy and James A Drne th dead cadets father who with the young mans mother will remain with the body until It Is burled tomorrow with full mil itary honors In the West Point academy cfmetpry It was officially announced today at the academy that West Point would play no more football dames this season It Ie not thought however that Colonel Scott will advocate the abandonment of the sport A post mortem examination on Cade...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 2 November 1909

V V 0 1 = V V y 0 L I V V THE HERALDREPUBLCAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 2 1909 9 nULL DIMPLES AT COLONIAL THEATRE Mysterious and Valuable Young Woman Appears Be fore Large Audience Dolly DImples appeared on the stage jot the ColonIal theatre last night after the first act at The Sunny Side of Droalway and received a genuine ova tion from the large audience In n whirl ot splendor he fair occupant clad aU P n white fur and with a wonderful ha the big green auto In which Dolly rIdes whizzed rIght out to the center at the stage Dolly DImples alighted and ad vanced to he footlights She stood a momlnt without spenldng while hun reds of opera glasses were trained on i ar by eager scrutinIzing seekers after tom means at Identfcatoi She turned her face this way and that and called upon the audience to mark well ever lit tie feature or mannerism that might help Ito betray her this afternoon when se ppars at the F Auerbch Bro etore Itore ItoreDear Sal Lakers she said Im hero just to let ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 2 November 1909

10 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH I y UTAHTUESDAY NOV 2 1909 r FOR SALEREAL ESTATE FOR SALE HARRINGTON Good nearly new loroom pressed brick double house close In 4roo lot 2xl0 stable 12 acres In 1111 Creek good water tight and good land 1800 913 acres fine land primary water rIgh In lucern and under cultivation de sirable location fenced small buildIngs vOoJO wm cit up One acre good land and 3room house 14th South 1200 1200 acres close to city 6 per acre Five acres good land between 11th and nth So streets good water right iOO 1M ac1S up Emigration canyon plenty springs trees fish suitable for a sum mp resort 3500 A very nice new 5room light brick modern house vor close In 35C Fiveroom modern pressed brick wIth barn shade lawn cement walks lot GoX 140 to alley 3500 Sixroom modern 2story brick with 1h acre at land fine location 4300 Terms Spclaltl acres suitable for fruit and Chlrkn ranch 1 miles from electrIc line large 2room brick house barn cel lar and outbuildings 5 acr...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 2 November 1909

I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 2 1909 ii 1 i READ FOR PROFIT Herald Want Ads Republican 5c a i Line USE FOR RESULTS I BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES THE LEWISLOWE CO Incorporated THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE S BUSINESS CHANCE OFFICE IN THE STATE OB UTAH 3d Floor Judge Bldg Phones 4436 PAST AND PRESENT RECORDS Will show you what we are doing and what we have done Not a lot of boasts of whlt we can and will do By actual count we have closed twothirds of all the deals thlt have been executed In Salt Lake In the past year We have no competitors Now and then we have a straggling novice Imitator thats all ThEY are here today and gone tomorroW Incompetent men are pressed Into serv Ice by grasping real estate firms to com pete with us and the life of their posi tions depends on their willingness to work without compcnsatlon as their wages are based on commissions and as there are no commissIons there are no wages 1945000 were our gross sale during the current month and election time a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 2 November 1909

12 0 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 2 1909 A nORNEYS MAKE STRONG ARGUMENTS Lawyers for County Commis sioners Refute Contentions of County Attorney LYON j ASKED QUESTIONS DEFENSE MAKES REPLIES TO AL LEGED AUTHORITIES CITED rJ arguments WEre heard by Judge Gc lTg G Armstrong of thE district court strday on the demurrer of County At trnr Job P Lyon to the affirmative Swtr of the county commlS8lonenl In th uton of the county attorney seek g tot hold the commisiOners personally lalol for the payment of 512760 to the IlitfrMountaln Repltbllc n for the print flu I the litIIOQUnt tax list in 1008 The l lnt atton argued hig own case anl H rntrd J Stewart and Colonel II E BlOt dlfenc1 the actiOn of the comml8 JIHe Jui Armstrong took the mat h r undpr 1 imfnt when the algu 1 nl were Io > 41 i During th king argument of County ttorny L oU h 1larfd as an exam lh thclt H mmsslonprs might decide t CII thl Ihnal sitE near the poor 11 m and t P 1ll44 for the land There lght ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 3 November 1909

1I y c T r > < T r fl > j S t d I THE METALS Weather A Something In some ad to TodnTI 1 Hi ver 5014c day is in reality ames Copper cath 129160 Utah and Pages sage to you Lead per 100 lbs 440 w F InterMountain Republican SALT LAKE CITY UTAH p WEDNESDAY NOV m 3 1909 S Price i 5 Cents The Salt Vol Lake 167 Herald No 119 Vol 15 No 83 AMERICANS WIN EVERYTHING BUT TWO COUNCILMEN IN THIRD WARD BRANSFORD CARRIES I TICKET WITD DIM I Mayor Also Controls New I Council and Will Have His i J Own Way There I VOTE SHOWS A LARfiE E DEGREASE Murdoch for Mayor Receives Fifty Three Votes ltiore Than Wal lace the Democratic Nominee OFFICERS CHOSEN YESTERDAY MayorJOHN S BRANSFORD AttorneyHARPER J DININNY AuditorRUDOLPH ALFF TreasurerGIDEON SNYDER RecorderBEN S RIVES COUNCILMEN First WardJ B Moreton J W McKinney Second WardE G ODonnell C H Reed Third WardJohn Holley O M Lees Fourth WardWe Mont Ferry Walter O Lyne Fifth VardMartin E Mulvey Mark Reedall John S Bransford was elected mayor Of Salt L...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 3 November 1909

it = II I 2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 3 1909 A private safe may be rented In the fire and burglar proof vault or the Salt Lake Security Trust Co 32 up Main street 200 pcr year and upward a Salt Lake City General Ticket I IAYOH RECORDBH AUDiTOR TREASURER ATTOiQEY t tj LI i 1 < J > c a c rn I Z p tI rn 0 P Q Q C C 0 < to to I 0 = N I m I C 0 C 0 tf I I U1 II > I Q 0 U1 0 > I P 1J g g c c < > m U1 < s g Dlstrlctft po tj m po > rn 104 r r r 104r > v ± L1 tj tj S I ill J1 I 1 133 291 12 2891 285 131 28411 22j 12 I First Second l 2 2O I SI 23 2 W 283 22 309 2i9 22 36 Zi9 22 363 Third 3411 11 214 2 Z4S 1 2 214 3H 11 433 339 10 4 3U 10 436 4 104 20 4 1 91 268 6 196 269 4 29i 268 4 19S Fourth 1 l i w I I u I IDI m 6 349 280 5 348 275 5 SM Fifth 7 S8 7 121 IS j 11 S5 8 123 Sixth 217 14 1 I 13 217 6 roo 217 6 roo 214 OO Seventh 1 1Th 15 1 1 15 334 16 33tl 16 339 383 15 333 Eighth M lOi 7 7 97 11 7 17 313 Ninth Ill 63 6 1 6 382 6 185 37...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 3 November 1909

< r > < ff = r 7rr v 4III I II THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 3 1909 3 L RESULTS IN STATE SANDY NONPARTISAN Special to The HeraldRepublican Sandy Nor 2The nonpartisan ticket here had no opposition Candi dates elected are Mayor William I Kuhre treasurer A D Cushing re corder R White Justice of the peace Frank Gntves councilman fouryear term Ernest Cushing councilmen twoyear term Robert Yorgason Louis Scott and Robert Larson ENTIRE TICKET ELECTED I Special to The HeraldRepublIcan Ephraim Nov 2The entire Demo raUc ticket was elected In Ephraim the winners being as follows J P Hansen mayor J P Christensen councilman fourear term N O An derson Christian l11ardsen and Ole Larsen councilmen twoyear term J > c Anderson recorder Hannah P Williams treasurer A C Nielsen jr justice of the peace CITIZENS VICTORIOUS Special to The HeraldHepubl1can Spring City Nov 2The CItizens ticket In SprIng City was elected by forty majority The successful candi dates are L ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 3 November 1909

I 4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 3 1909 I r THE SALT LAKE LDREPUBLICAN T11e InterMountain Repabllcaa Est Feb 12 1906 Th SnIt Lake herald Est June 6 1870 I Only Republican Daily Newspaper in i Salt Lake City Utah Terms of SubalptJonl DAILY AND SUNDAYOne month 75 cents one year 800 SUNDAyone year 200 SEMI WEEKLY In advance One year 150 six months 75 cents Subscribers wishing address of paper changed must give former as well as present address All papers are continued until expllct order Is received to discontinue All ar rearages must be paid In every case TDES UN COUNC i r I HOW DID IT ALL HAPPEN Well for the most part our candi dates dldnt get votes enough Not enough people took the same view of the situation that was taken by The HeraldRepublIcan More people in Salt Lake wanted Bransford for mayor than wanted any other man and he is going to be the mayor for the next two yearsI he doesnt resign Facts that seem perfectly convincing to us dldnt seem so convin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 3 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 3 1909 5 w i SOCIETY j TODAYS EVENTS An Informal luncheon wIll be given today by Mrs R H Peale at her home In First avenue In honor of J + her guests Mrs Nichols of Portland + Ore and Mrs Glochner of Los An T geles Ca J + + The Utopia club will b entertained i + today by Mrs Olive Gaylord with a luncheon followed by bridge at + + her home In the Ivanhoe apartments e t A bridge tea wIll be given this + afternoon by Mrs Allen T Sanford + this being the second In a series of t + tells given at her homE In the VIr + glnia apartments + y + + + Mrs Charles A Quigley will enter + tin the members of the Crystal Bridge club this afternoon at her i home In Third South street + + A tea will be given this afternoon + + by the students of Miss Bentleys the school the affair to be given at the t school A murlcal program will be i rendEred The American Music solety wIll i hold Its first meeting for the season this evening at the home of Mrs + ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 3 November 1909

I Ii 1 6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 31909 Whats WhatinSpors I STAGE MONEY ITheSportingutho t1 I L All l the Time JEFF LIKES LOOKS OF L TheSfS t 1 I WilLIAMS TALKS OF COAST RACING President of Jockey Club Ad mits That Meeting Will Fall Short In a recent IntervIew about the Emery I yule meeting T H Villlams president of the Jockey clJb said The New Cali fornIa Jockey club will open Its meeting at Emeryville on Nov l > and will con tinue the meeting sixty days at least We may run longer Is conditions justify It The court of appeals has decided that the WalkerOtls antigambling bill Is con stitutional and we Intend to abide by the law in every particular Until the su preme court shall reverse the decision we will not allow any bookmaking or pool selling whatsoeverto Asked regarding the reported abolition of stake races he an swered Ve shall have no stake races but will offer purses with S2W as the minimum Ye shall Increase the purses as the conditions justi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 3 November 1909

I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 3 1909 F AUERBACH 8 BRO F AUERBACI1 BRO Salt Lak City UhiI io salaka City bhLl lg Nam Name I r h 1 AdItL I Add ress i t i j Sold b Cash ACCQM Pk nit t I sct w b C b Ia I s is1 I au I t J1cg I I uudb ARTICL1IS Price Amount aUt ARTIOLE JI e = ftlOltftt II II In 111 S LL I 5 t f ± T iII i I II ssrfinnaQsnsssasaa t bt n4tS S I OIaSI4 S4 Iflt j I t W J t flfl h s Z r it l a t SS i nt r II flI S 1 I aI l tills Isuh I t t wr C eu t i I n n I 1 e t of n n4 fl 0 S t it b I s a e L 4 anslp I I W udfl4OIIIfltWfltfltSfl4a t 7 n fl I I f I I f I 1 I m er II I n Y II I 1j 1 un j t 4 rj r I w t r j t lnfln ap 16st i 1I I I 1 5 I 1 t 1 I NOTICEIn Cise of ClaIm or Exchange t1 Tickd Must Aecompny the oods NOTICEIn Caso r Clam kEcti n LhI TickttMust ccompany the Goods aticacnnecobyracc Mai1o1UookCoEieyyj3Jca 111276 rlt ctctCrumo C 1y tiflt M1n dllli Book Co Emeoille CaL U 1276 Facsimiles of ales checks secured by Dolly Dimples yesterday at F Aue...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 3 November 1909

I I 8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 3 1909 WALLACES HOPES SOON FADE AWAY Headquarters Cheerful at First but Returns Soon Change Conditions The CItzensDemocratc headquar ers In the Colonial tetre buiding activity was the scene of considerable actviy during the dy Hundreds ot people crowded Into the large room to ex change election gossip the greatest electon number being In evIdence drIng the evening after the returns had com menced to come In Not until discourging returns were I unt confrme did the crowd show any signs of diminIshing About 10 oclock sigs people who had waited patiently hoping that further returns wouhl offset those already received began ofset gan to disperse and by 1030 ocock of the large room was left to a number the candidates prominent among whom candidate William WS the mayoralty Vil R Wallace and a few at the prime movers Walace te fusion movement After certain American party victory wa Wallace calle4 on Chairman Dar Mr Valace cll Chal...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 3 November 1909

L r THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 3 1909 9 I READ FOR PROFIT HeraMepuHicn i USE FOR RESULTS I I FOR SALE FOR SALE EXECUTORS SALE OP BLOODED SHEEP Bids wlll be received up to Tuesday the 12th Inst at 3 p m for the thorough bred sheep of the late A n C Smith consisting of about 50 rams and 1000 ewes Address Halverson Pratt Og den ttah attorneys lor executors FOR SALE HORSES Fifty head sound young horses sad dlers drivers and draft 1000 to 1400 lbs Also poll buggy and harness cheap Also a new Studebaker wagon bed Salt Lake Horse Mule Market 3U Vest 5th South rort SALETwo tickets east one male to Kansas City by way of Denver ex pires Oct 31 one female ticket to Unne apolls by way of Denver and Omaha limit Oct 31 cheap Address R 20 llerlld lIc publican FOR SALEOnc coin operating piano spring motor can bc used anywhere In absolutely perfect condition must sell Regular price 650 Our price 250 17 Vest South Temple entrance through front FOR SALEFurnlture of 7room ho...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 3 November 1909

i i 10 THE HERAUiREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WED JESDAY NOV 3 1909 BIG POWER PlANT WILL BE PUT UP Applicant for Water Plans Huge Establishment in Salt Lake County Immediately following tim granting of nn application for a water right filed yesterday with the state engineer by Charles Roby of Sjtlt Lake work will be started In the construction of an Immense eletrlc power plant In the southeastern part of Salt Lake count The power wilt b used for electric lighting and propell lr g machinery In Salt Lake Dlngham anon Garfield AHa Park City and Nh f plaes in Utah It Is estimated that uno horsepower will be produced The lppllcation calls for 6Th acre feet r f water to be obtained from the flow or rth Dry cre k In Salt Lake county The diverting works will consist of four ddms Intake works flume pipe reser olrs gates and BSIIlWIlYS The plRnt to be erected will operate under a head of 45 feet It Is said that It will be 10 I atfd at a point just south of Little Cot tr nwood canyon To Impo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 3 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 3 1909 11 THE WORLDS CONVENTION Of CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR t J jt sa SyC 3 > a t ti F < iW9 S sS i rr 3 t < Y c o t 7 Jr j i II I > y t 2t 1 h ry 1 r u F k F F t Kf H a 9Sa 5 f v J x A o r a YM e c a A 2Ak f dY ° 1 FAROFF INDIA THE PLACE OF MEETING Prominent Workers From America Now En Route to the Coral Strand the Agra India Oct roIembers of United Society of Christian Endeavor from every quarter of the globe have begun to assemble In this ancient capital to await the opening on Saturday Nov 0 of the Fourth Christian Endeavor Worlds Convention A delegation of twentytt a prominent workers ot the American organlzaUoDd headed by Rev Francis E Clark DDr York LL D Is nOw en route from New I aboard the HamburgAmerican Line steamship Cleveland Upon arrival at Bombay the party will proceed hither b rail The sessions will last through Sun day Monday and Tuesday Following the convention at Agra Presi dent Clark and General Secreta...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 3 November 1909

e 12 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 3 1909 I r Mines ad Mining Stocks WESTERN NEVADA HAS LARGE MINE Extent of Proven Ore Bodies Evidently Not Realized by Public That the Western Nevada Copper com pany has a mine the extent of which Is little understood by the public Is real Ized when It is learned as shown in a recent report upon the property that in Its 150 acres of mineral ground the com pany has approximately a mile and a halt of underground workin tunrcls drifts crosscuts and raises the greater portion of which is ore The upper tunnel 15 600 feet long and 110 feet deep at Its face It has opened an ore bOdy 250 feet long averaging 20 feet In width which shows average cop pll contontJI of 3 per cent The are 15 carbonate and sulphide In No 2 tunnel which is 140 feet ver tically below the upper tunnel has been opened to about the same extent an ore body whoso average copper contents is between 4 and 5 per cent This body as nearly as can be determined Is the d...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 3 November 1909

I HE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 3 1909 13 t LAND EXPOSITION TO AID TE WEST Big Show to Be Held in Chi cago Simultaneously With Stock Exhibit FACTS ABOUT FARMING VALUABLE INFORMATION WILL BE IMPARTED By Frederic H Griswold Assistant Secretary ot the Seventeenth a tonal IrigatIon Congress What has the far to offer The reply to this question will bG evi dent to all who visit the United States land and Irrigation exposition that is to take place in the Chicago Colseum from Nov 20 to Dec 4 The exposition will be the first of Its kind and the nov elty ot it has appealed to all who have heard ot the plnn Pledges already given render I cer tain that this display will outclass any ot the shows ever seen In the Coliseum whlCh has become famed as the best I place In the middle west for highclass exhibits In addition to a complete display of the products that have I brought wealth from the soil there are to be specially designed decorations panoramas and paintings all ar...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 3 November 1909

14 r THE HERALDREPUBLI SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 3 1909 a Iy k t r 4 ° u tta ° Mulletts Clothing Store It tllU Raincoats Ready for v 1 You lOW I Ve take pleasure in notifying the trade that ye have prepared large stock of Fall and Winter Raincoats for lnen boys and children q This has been our custom for years and it I has always proved a source of satisfaction j t and profit to our customers I i q Our variety includes an assortment of sta ple and novelty clothes in sev0rill of the pop I ular styles g rIds stock is prinlarily prepared to fill the a I needs of oliu customers during the height of the season but nOllcustolners are also in I vited to take advantage of our service g Prices fo suit you XTRltGOOD values Mullett Clothing b40mpany > Fred A Slade President 1lf Block West From Main on Second South t Our Mail 1 Order Department Is Always in Working Order 1L IU > 1 I J ro > 4MITieW The Watch A watch like a piece 01 old lace is delicate and requires I care in han...

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