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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 12 January 1905

> But a warm and hearty invitation is extended you t: to attend our Annual Clearing and Muslin Underwear Saie nov, in full swing at this store. Remember u e are not explain? a profit during this month our special aim is to clear the shelves for spring roods, deduction ad vertised at this store are genuine reductions and " hen ws quote a re duced price it me£ns much more then a' most stores. This v,eek v.c quote you: 12 l-2c Silkolir.es for 9 lie Comfort :loth 36 inches wide worth (2 l-2c for v 1-2; 36 Inch Swiss for curtains worth 15 and cents per yard al !Q cents; T ab : e Linen worth $! CO enc $1.25 the vara at 85c: a iarge Huck Towel! worth IE cents fo: 10 cents; all our Persian flannels tor waistings that were 25 cents, during this sal: 16 cents: heavy mercerized Waistings reduced from 5C and 50 cents per yard to 35 cents; ?6 inch guaranteed Tafeta silk worth G:. 25 for SI.OO per yard: children's ribbed cotton Hose wcrth 15 cents, reduced curing this saie at 8 cents-we ha\e 1...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 19 January 1905

a n\\V\ OF BUJ rHTKR HOIKS A LKSHTHOLTSK FOR THK NATION'S RAFKTY— A 1 ' A PKOFLK'S SHIP OF STATIC A GOVERNMENT OF JUSTICE FOR ALL MEN Vol.. Xii. THE COMMISSIONERS MEET And Settle up the Business of the Year 1004 by Allowing a Host of Bills and Cancelled I a Lot of Non-Collectable Taxes. A Short Session, But Much Business Transacted. Monday. January 2. Iflflß The Board of County Cominlssioners ..f Kltil tas county. Washington, met pursuant t.. ad journment. All members present. 1i11.1.s APPROVED. The following billM wei xamincd and ap proved, and warrant* ordered Issued on the fol lowing funits, as follows: ( 01-NTV L'CBBENT BXPENHB h't'Nli W. H. Carothers, salary deputy sheep in- _ snector ( ■' '" Austin Mires, office rent county attorney Nov. and Dec. , 'V'!" Austin Mires. Incidentals • 4 ho Hammond Stephens (.... office supplies Pioneer Bindery & Printing « 0., office supplies b Bancroft Whitney Co., one vol. Washing ton reports '-' 75 The Irwln-Hodson Co.. office supplies 12*...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 19 January 1905

NEVER was so large an assortment offered to the public—Never wore Good Goods so Cheaply Priced as now Never was the Opportunity offered the economical buyers of Ellensburg to make a selection from so large a stock—with to pick from in every kind and every color Monarchs, Elgins. Ideal, McDonald. That have sold at Sl.co and $1.50. priced as low as Fo cents for the fnal wind up when tie sizes are broken certainly this tie opportunity many have been waiting for and one that no one can afford to pass by. is said. If there remains yet any doubt as to these values --some in—the goods themselves will convince you. Men's Apparel, All Ages. Thorp News Items. Monday evening a goodly number of the Odd Fellows lodge of this place went to i le Blum to help organize a new lolge at that place. The buy-, weDt up on No. ■"), returning on No - Tuesday morning. .J. A. Chirk, wife and son are guests of Mr. and Mrs. r. < . Porter this week. Mr. < lark is largely interested in tbe oyster industry a...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 19 January 1905

fbursdaq Social Chats ESCAPADES Or WOMEN ANI) MEN. Both Wx Sould Bl Treated Alike By the Better Moral Element el Society and Then Both Would he Brought to .. Realization of Their Crime in the SlgW of God and Man. NUMBER THKKK. ujf goclety looked upon the escapades of young men as it does upon the es capades of young women, there would be fewer such escapades in the world." Every year \" u iU "' BetJ y° un t{ men who have made all I teps ol Immor ality, and when they are caught, so ciety throws up its hands in holy horror, and begins to pal him tin the back and call him "a good fellow, bill a little bit wild." Bin the woman in the case, well she musi be kicked low er and lower. Now. who is it that pals the criminal scapegoat on the back and condones his crime while It kicks the woman lower and lower. Asa rule, is it not women.- i'es, and a certain class of men. Not all women of course, but many are always ready to take him by the hand, but want to kick the poor woman. They say: "Oh, ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 19 January 1905

4 gllcnsburg Itaum. ■■jtered Nov Kb lIW at tb< PostofJlce Klien> bur*. Washington, as entitled lo second das' Boatal r;»'.4 ■ OVriCI ICftEastF rth Stn •' Ail my Blot* Tbum- I'm YftAR Cash : : »i • ROEERT A. EDITOF A el we> k must tie banded In i iter ths.nTues 10 a n. Otherwise, thi h' - • • ' PI" ~r. pt Oil? i »» a rualtel lMJ>..'.' !»" bwvis [terns :• U) us a.* eai «>.-. ■ • laU r than lt> i frs Mimetl n* ol »p" 11 I ■atceasar) lo hold same . iVi-di*es*laj mori Imr Special Nwlce Hen ."• ' - ' do!' ni'< • irds i I ll..: ..• :. nti rt a»ents charirinu an on fee and t.tti ataiilar notices will be eharp I regniar advert lott rates when pul iisbi I .t. 'I'to. dawk Population of County. 12,3 Population of City, 4.00, Business men and Firms in Ellensburg, 100 County Official Paper. City Official Pa pc r. EDITORIAL NOTES. DIRECT PRIMARY LAX. We trust that when the bill foi H direct primary law comes up in thi legislature that the n embers from tbi ijounty, Senator J. ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 19 January 1905

Chas. H. Flummerfelt, Successor to K. 15. Wilson. STfIPLtE & FANCY GROCERIES. SOLE AGENT FOR JVIIIiLARS ROASTED COFFEE. Lynce BlocK. Phone Red 341. THE LOCAL EVENTS Superior court reconvened Monday. The city council met Monday even ing. Carroll 1! Graves spent Sunday In Spokane. Kineth Collins is conline.l to his room with mumps. .lolm Veach. of Thorp, was In the city Saturday. Dr. I. N. Power, of Cle Mum, was In the city Monday. George Champie made North Vakima a visit Saturday. B. A. Gault U acting city cleric in Geo. Sayles' sickuess. George Sayles has been indisposed this week with tonsilitis. .loliu Burk bus sold his interests in the Thorp saloon to 11. i». White. Born:— Wednesday, to Mr. and Mrs. Barry Summers, a li\e pound boy. There will be a basket social at ichool district No. 13, Friday evening, Jan. -2:. Mrs. Bynum Yocum, of Lonerock, is over visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Gay Moore. The new board of enmity commis sioners adjourned Friday to meet again on the Ist M...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 19 January 1905

6 La Grit »i Pitni ir DM ii Ml, Now is the season when Disease germs are attacking weakened forces of the human body. Now is the time when colds are most prevalent and because of that, people very carelessly neglect them. A CoLD is con tracted when the tissues are in a relaxed condition and when the body his a lowered vitality. Congestion of the spinal muscles leads invariably to POOR CIRCULATION. Poor circulation means impure and impoverished blood because the noxious elements can not be eliminated by the execretory organs —lungs, kidneys and skin; nor can the lungs properly perform their functions of purifying the blood with oxygen from the air. REASON' tells us that the way to obtain a normal circulation of the body fluids is to examine the channels thruout their complete course and ascertain that they are entirely unobstructod. That no muscle, bone, ligament or other tissue retards the blood-flow by stretching or impinging upon the gre;it vessels with their thousands of sub divi...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 19 January 1905

| : irst Ballot for Solicitor. VOTK IN THIS HKNATK 12 P'"*J Sweeny Wilson ° S 0 "*" 5 ; 6 4 Turner VOTK IN THE HOUSK >■•-'■■ s t^::::::.::::::::::::::::.::::.5 Wilson I( .> Jones Cosifi'ove •' Dem 1 TOTAL VOTK Foster f;J Tiles Sweeny *' Wilson h> Jones " Cosjjrove ' Turner • Hull ('.all lor Senator. IS' rill-: SENATE FOR FOSTER Branson, Christian, Clapp, Davis, Hammer, Crone, Pogue, Sharp, Stewart, Sumner, Welsh, Wilson. FOR PILES Bemrich, Burner, Kennedy, Kin near, Palmer, Foils, [lands, Smith (Dr. J. J.), Smith (S. T. . Tucker, Van de Vanter. FOR SWEENY Baker, Bratt, Brown, Henry, llutson, Pauly, Stausell, V'euess. FOR WILSON Condon, O'Donnell, Heed, Huth, Watson. FOR ci ISUBOVE liouiie, Russell. FOR TURNER Earles, Graves, Moore, Itasber. IN THE HOUSE FOR POSTER Bartlett, Bassett, Bishop, Bradley, Byerly, Crandall, Davis George 1... Eldemiller, Fenton, Fulton, (irilliu, Hamilton, Hughes, Lambert, Levin, McCoy, McNicol, Megler, Melcher, Miller, Minard, Moldstad, Olson, Poy...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 19 January 1905

8 January is Half Gone This mild winter makes it more imperative that prices be slashed till you are forced to buy e\en though not in immediate need, ben now we are receding in\oices and spring goods are on the way from the factories. Room must be made, shelves must be emptied, tables cleared. The odds and ends, driftwood as it were, from the winter's selling must mo\e and they are priced regardless of value. Next Saturday, Jan. 21st, we shall place on sale 100 pieces of drummer samples lace curtain ends. These are shorter than the regu lar curtain but the price is 75 cents per pair. There are curtains in the lot that are worth in the regular way as much as six and seven dollars per pair. It will be a long time before you have another chance like this. With them we will place our entire line of lace and muslin cur tains at prices we have never before attempted. Below we quote you just a few prices taken at random from the different Curtains. White Muslin Curtains, 3 yards long with ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 19 January 1905

ELLENSBURG j& DAWN j& SUPPLEMENT vm. mi Additional Local David VVh.'aton is in tin' city this w i k. John P, Bruton, of Thorp, wits in the city Tucsduy. !■'.( '. Porter, of Thorp, was in the City Wednesday. Pi rr.N (' etnau, "I Tnppenish, spent a few days in I lie ci ; I his week HouN —Tnesdav, Jan. 17th, ill li v in., lo Mr ami Mrs*, i:. I. c Piirdlu. a ( h *ter I 'helps, id I ioslyn, enme down Tuesday lo visii overnight with hi, mother. O, W. Sinclair had a v mi pie •• f ci i - el lingers on his ri ;ht hand amputated Wednesday. I it'll Crawford, of Und, came over Wednesday to spend v few days with his sister, M rs. O-.'o. < 'hainpie and family. Fred Hull went down to Kennewiok last evening to lake charge of .loe l ; ,' not reltin before March Ist. A number of tbe young friends oi Ralph Wilson enjoyed v vi rj pleasant evening at a party given by him at his In) Makkil i) A! the residence cf Mrs. K. A. Carpenter on Kist Sixth street, Monday, .lan. |tl h, a' |n p. in., i. K...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 26 January 1905

A DAWN OF BRIGHTER HOPES—A LIGHTHOUSE PGR THE NATION'S SAFETY— A PEOPLE'S SHIP OF STATE—A GOVERNMENT OF JUSTICE FOR ALL MEN Vol. xii. THE COMMISSIONERS MEET And Settle up the Business of the Year 1904 by Allowing » Host of Bills and Cancelled a Lot of Non-Collectable Taxes. A Short Session. But Much Business Transacted. (Continued from lust week.) tkah IHOI TAXIS. Southern II D * 73 '« •Swusey H 11 6 Smith (i W J Stelner F VV 4 !" Sehnleder J A • Thonms & I.ambson W *' Taylor Arron 0 11 Teal Mrs J N . *" frulona Frlti • • The Morgan lee to • .' Troupe Frank £ j" Tavlor John J "J Taylor A SJ Tobin Thomas J Vaughn Sandy » g Van Buskirk Chus Veach Mrs L A < ~* Yoke John v ™ Winter & Harper "' 18 Wilson DA J' Welde J J 5 ™ Woodson Fred ; '- Williams P J ™ Ceochetto John « 0 Williams John 8 "1 Ward Minnie ho Weaver VV C • gj Walker A (i 7> Wallace lis Willes Frank - »J West Mrs S E TO Wlllaril F B ' Wilson J A 2 6J YEAK 1902 TAXES. Avers COM '■' 711 Barton Mrs St* Bruee A V...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 26 January 1905

2 NEVER was so large an assortment offered to the public—Never were Good Goods so Cheaply Priced as now—Never was the Opportunity offered the economical buyers of Ellensburg to make a selection from so large a stock—with to pick from—in every kind and every color Monarchs, Elgins, Ideal. McDonald. That have sold at Sl.oo and $1.50, priced as low as 5o cents—for the fnal wind up when the sizes are broken certainly this the opportunity many have been waiting' for and one that no one can afford to pass by. is said. If there remains yet any doubt as to these values —come in—the goods themselves will convince you. Men's Apparel, All Ages. Thursday flight Social Chats GROWING WORSE INSTEAD Or BETTER There is a Remedy if the Troußle Can Be Located and Corrected a Great Good Will Have been Accomplished and Great Strides Toward a Better World Will be in Sight. "Go \e into all the *orld nnd preach the gospel to every creature." We understand that the above sen tence is of divine origin, was u...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 26 January 1905

Delinquent Tax List of The Middle Kittitas Irrigation District. Tu.- following is the delinquent lax list of Hi- I Middle, Ktt"l»« Irrigation District, KUtltas Munw WwthluKton. wntuln n« the names of .is ami »description or ihe property upon i lollnuuent. ami rteamount of the assessments iiml eostsduc S wli name and description assessed. said delinquentiwsessn i nts being thoseimade hJfh« Board of County Commissi! rsof Mi yJFJsSa. Washlnutoii. on the SBlh day of oewber, mi, forthepuip 1 raising revenue w uv infrost due upon certain outstanding . J\ ..rsiid district described Intheorderof lev, mud. h, said Hoard on Uld dale. OBSOHIPTION AMOUNT Sec. 17. T. 18 N.. X 18 E. Hi.ndl.rott.-rs SnV;, * JO Ni" 4 N»'i 60 I Beginning at 111- n. w. -or. of see. IT. tp. IS n. r. is -. thence on see. line Kl.'o ft s. 1890 ft. w. Si.-.' fi. n 89 dog. II nun. w tsofi. to Intersec tion uitli sec inn- v. ikio ft. to pi ice of beginning Bft .. .. Beginning at toe s. c. cor. of sw'» of nivi, of s-c. IT. ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 26 January 1905

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Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 26 January 1905

VOI- XII Additional Local Mr. itm! Mrs. Win. McGee'a Infant ilied Tuesday. father Sweens is now ;u home in the new Catholic parsonage. Mr. ami Mrs. Austin Mires visited in North Yakima. Tuesday. 1 ii. Ferrler left this week for h visit at hie old home in Indiana. A. F. Neyharl la over from Tacoma to enjoy our excellenl climate. 11. v. tlinman. register ol the Yaki ma land office, is reported dangerously ill. J, W. O'Keefe, of Okanogan, was a guest of his old friend, C. II Plimiiner teli. Friday. (i. E. Dickson favored 'I'm: Dawn office with 101) copies of the irrigation bill now pending. David Thompson, of Hartline, was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Wolf] several days of late. Judge Rlgg on Monday morning con firmed the sale of the opi i a house property to James liamsay, trustee. A inun by the name of Minten was hurt by a falling lump ol coal yester day at the Dr. i'Vlch dressed his wounds. W. I). Carter received a lew days lioceioSO, being ilO per week fur A. weeks, on account of ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 26 January 1905

6 Do You Eat to Live or Live to Eat? Make out a 810.00 list at old prices, then compare with figures given below and see the difference. These Prices Prevail as long as the Goods Hold Out CARNATION CREAM lO> Prize Baking Powder, the beat,witli 1905 Granite ware ms premiums; something with every cud worth more than you would have t<> pay for the Prize. Regular price (in these goods lias al ways been 50c; now .. . Hams sw, ' ,t, ' st '" t'"' land: guaranteed t< he the best on the market; old price. 20c. We arc closing them out at.. .. I^-C A fresh Int of Lemons, best grade; hIiI price 30c per do/.- en: now 2UL BIG CUT IN SYRUPS AND MOLASSES >Snider's Catsup 21c instead of 25c Cerro Fruito, 10c instead of.. . 15c ( 20 liars Swift's Pride Soap.. . .70c 20 l»ars Golden Star Soap 75c 20 liars Silk Soap 75c 20 liars best Savon Soap "fie 20 bars Diamond "C" Soap .. .70c 20 liars Kmcrad Soap 70c cvory, 8c instead of |0c 2"» c Oysters for 22c 1 ")c Oysters for 11c 10c Starch fo...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 26 January 1905

Additional Local Mrs. P. Kreidel is In Spokane visit ing. Born-Jan. 2.->. to Mr and Mrs. Prank Groger, a son. John T. Gllmour is critically ill aguin this week. Floyd Wilson came over from Seattle to attend the funeral of Guv Burnham. A. L. Hollingsworth is painting the interior of the Ramsay Hardware com pany's store this week. The basket social at school district No. 13 for Friday evening, Januarj 27, has been postponed to Saturday even ing, January - s t b, Rev. McLean will deliver his fare well sermon to his congregation (Pres byterian) next .Sunday. He expects to leave this city about the 10th of next month. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Griffin, of Blewett, died last Fri day and the body was brought here for burial. Funeral from Baptist church Monday at 1 p. m. The Ellensburg band has been vi ry fortunate in adding a splendid solo cor netist in the person of William Apple yard, recently of Aberdeen, II" has secured a position with Humboldt Pack wood in the Bank s...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 26 January 1905

8 One More Week Your response to our invitation to take advantage of the generous reductions we are making has been beyond our expectation. Do you ask the why and the wherefore of this sale? The answer is found in the principal incorporated into this business at its very foundation-That all Stocks Must be Fresh Each Season. All winter merchandise is offered at reduction ranging from one fourth to one-half actual value. Active preparation for spring causes us to make the radical price reductions. We regret that we did not have enough of the drummer's sam ples of lace curtains to last through the day—Saturday. All our lace curtains from regular stock are still on sale at special January prices, which is far below their value. Next Saturday January 28 All of our remaining Suits, Waists, Jackets and Skirts will go on sale at one-third and one-half off. These are from our regular stock—The Palmer Garments—High Grade, Exclusive in style and represent perfection in garment making. Do you n...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 2 February 1905

A DAWN OF BRIGHTER HOPES A LIGHTHOUSE FOR THE NATION'S SAFETY— A PEOPLE'S SHIP OF STATE —A GOVERNMENT OP JUSTICE POR ALL MEN Vol. nil THE COMMISSIONERS MEET The Retiring Board Clears the Calender And Give the New Board Clear Sailing.- Select Jurymen (or Coming Year—Allow Bills and Concel Contract-Adjourned to Meet April 3 Monday, January 9, 1906. The Board of County Commissioners of X in i tas county. Washington, met pursuant to ail journnient. All members present. HILLS APPHOVSII. The following bills were examined and up proved, and warrants ordered Issued on the different finals as follows: oobstt ccaaiMT ixpimsi rusn Mrs. E. W. Sanborn, nurse. contageous disease * 1:1 :! -' J. U. Sloan, hauling lo pest house a io H j. Pelch, quarterly salary, county physician IMoo H.J. Peleh. professional services, pauper ;i7 mi The Irwin Ilodson Co., office supplies 1711 95 Henry Smith, coroner, Inquest I.alone ,'> HO Mutt' Kline, witness, '• 2 5o William Hill. " " " 2 20 Herman Anderson." 2 ...

Publication Title: Ellensburg Dawn, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ellensburg dawn. — 2 February 1905

2 Trunks! Trunks! Ladies Dress Trunk, 34-inch size, 3-ply veneer, heavy duck cover, leather bound, with solid brass trimmings, sole leather straps and heavy dowel pins, best Excelsior lock, cue dress tray besides deep top tray 42-inch Ladies Dress Trunk, duck covered, brassed bumpers and trimmings, hard wood slats, two skirt trays and one deep tray with compartments, linen covered, two sole leather straps, strong lock, 3 strong hinges 38-inch Ladies Dress 1 runk,heavy duck covered,leath er bound, strong spring catches and dowels, straps clear around trunk, three dress trays and one extra deep bonnet tray with covered compartments, brassed bumpers and trimmings Fancy metal covered Trunks, round top, all sizes from 28-inch up, hard.wood slats, pood handles, strong locks, malleable trimmings, exceptionally well made, Priced up from c 2: inch Ccntlcman's Tv rk, duck covered, malleable Ircn bi mpers 11 dt. innings, hard-weed slats, strong lock Two trays, priced at A strong Trunk from 28 ...

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