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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 September 1897

THE JMLPBfflMQ TIMES, SUPAT, B'ETTMUBBn A3, m97, 1 g Lansburgh & Bro. !ggTA Special sale of Dress GooSs $ tomorrow. All ineucv,' goods a are on sale, getusied. lake a look- GET YCTJR WEPPIKG IHYITATIOFS- "We arc dolnr some of the best work in. this ilne ever turned cat. Our encraver is an artist. Tan .get tSe best warlc here, end yon ps.y s a little less This oiiAt not to ban Criwback. This Skirt, 9Sc This ixccllcnt1ig-litw3g,lit Underskirt is made oi'rust-lin-perjaliuc, u ivcrfeet 5m itafcioii of silk. Mtide -with a deep double flounce, fur nished with a-mvs oi line black braid- E-ktra width on. a Pncncli yoke, Willi drawstring-. Length. tJS, 40,42. SPECIAL TRICE, 98c. Tomorrow's priice on this Wrapper, B4c This elejraut now Fall "Wrapper, made oi iinc Per cale in 3icli dcusig'tis of dark red, blue, green and helio trope, with iitted -valst lining-, princess back, full front, with ivide ruffle over shoulders, giving-a neat smd dressy eflct. JEm pi re girdle the new style -sleev...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 September 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, rStjST DAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1897, 8 Hfe mm Ut H jB Hg Ifesi IJnipe OoMesf of the Csrreef Lists made by Supplying Missing Letters in Places of Dashes So Lottery Popular Plan of Education Read All the Particulars. In tbo United States four timca as mncli money ia expended for education as for tho military. Brain Is better titan brawn. By our educational facilities we have become a great nation. "We, tho publishers of Woman's World and Jcnncsn Miller Monthly, have tone much toward the cause of education in many ways, but now we offer you an opportunity to isplay your knowledge and receive most generous payment for a little Klndy. The object 01 this contest is to Rive an impetus to many dormant minds to awaken and think; also wc expect by this competition of brains to extend the circulation of Woman's World and YcnnesH Miller Monthly to such a size that we shall be able to charge double the present rate for advertifling in our columns. By this plan of increasing the num...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 September 1897

TILE M'OFiJSTNG TIIMES, S IJ-W& A.5", SEPTEMBER 12 1897 MONEY WANTED .VN"2 TO LOA?- -A NEW plan. "510 TO $1 ,"000 TO LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS. HORSES. CARRIAGES. ETC., Without removal from possession olow.x You can liave tlic money tliu day you apply lor it. payments on ttic prmcipal. of any amount . will be received at any time, which wW lessen cost of loan. LOWEST KATES. ..., MOST DESIRABLE TEEMS. No cost to you if loan is mot made. Strictly cfHiriitaitiaL Please call for further Information. CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.. anll-tf-em C02 F Bt. n w. CONSERVATIVE parties liavi.it- idle meney can Jtina a Kile and iiitiritauie inveiSiroBnt fr small .and Jarre amuunis. Addreflg FftWS" TK' l HlvL iih- TATEjti offioe. WJRT!E -Si; good torarrty. JUOtoss W. U.S.. Uii office, illlt-ei WANTED -S7B Tor 20 days; large lmnr, good security. Address PROM!'". office. r-jBL" LOANS from 5 to 6 to -reliable "; Si.!: h4mi money advmtoed on it-. IXowi 8, Central Bldg., oor. itnd Pa.ava. uw....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 September 1897

TH1D TMCmNnSG- TTiMES, STJHDjIT, SETTKMBEB 12, 1S97. 10 WHEN . The -weather and the season get together you'll want new clothes. You'll find us ready with a COMPLETE NEW STOCK of the choicest and best styles and qualities of MEN'S AND BOYb' WEARING AP PAREL of every description. The largest and best line we ever had, and which will far sur pass anv other assortment to be seen anywhere. ROBINSON & CHERY CO., 12 th and F Sts. X".W. City Brevities. Alice Ilcrdle and Catbeline Bird, -baby cake-walkers, -will walk against Gertie HunHe aud Alary Brageu, also babies, at Buena Vista today, for a cako and purse or $25. Percy V. Keating, ivitb the Columbia Pnynugrapu Company at New York, has Town revisiting bis fami! during this week at his old home at Anacoscia. Can you guess it? 10-20-30. sel0-5t B. & O. BULLETIN. REDUCED KATES. Philadelphia and return, S2.C0. G;30, 7:00 and 9 a. in. trains going; returning on all regular trains today. Baltimore and return, $1.00. Tickets good going...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 September 1897

: mm I IWit 8lt1tt0 Paaes QD to D . WASEOnSTGTOiN", SUNDAY MORNINGr, SEPTEMBER 12, 1897. OLiTiGAL GUESS 6JUHI ???mmnmmmmmmmnmmmmmmmmmmmm?d ipmn?mm?mmmmf? t Reliable Shoes Only No Poor Shoes Here at Any Price. Spreading; Out A Great ' Shoe Business. Nearly every child in town knows that ours is by far the largest shoe business in Washington but watch it growing still larger. The thousands who have worn and will continue to wear "HAHN'S RELIA BLE SHOES ONLY" have not become our permanent customers by chance nor do we claim any patent right on the shoe business of Washington. We have won our much-envied shoe business by pure merit bjr supplying Washington shoe wearers with "THE BEST SHOES IN AMERICA FOR THE PRICE" and we shall hold their patronage and further in crease our business by the same methods. It is rarely that a pair of our shoes wears badly but if it does, and our atten tion is called to it, we cheerfully substitute a new pair for them or make allowances satisfactory to smy ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 September 1897

THE 31QEKING- TIMJIS, SUHTDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 380T. qSf.WCkw &Um 111 &k X&r&VCUc Maude Adams In J-.JI. Bar He's 'The Little Minister." Gohtnth4,-Castle Square Opera Company !n "Tiie Beggar Student." Aodeny-A. S. Llpman In "The In dlaa." Smd-Tu EtoctrlcJau." NttOosiu The Vcrisoope. ISsraatfs From Polly ComiKiRy- A'tt- a few preliminary sislnnishe by way of iHtetade Um? Uientrioul Eeasoit, in tMJ local seme, pus tomorrow night In deadl; .desperate, awl final earnest. Thero win nut Ik. a. dark playhouse in line city, ssawg the Bijou . and the attractions scat tered about coatd not be of a moreiurffciiig UMuaoier if the thermometer were slxiv or seventy degiees nearer comfort Uian it is. The weather to beta vlng very ungall&Htl y. "WtttU, bavetiietliefeterMand the theater folks kme to deserve it? The curtains all rang down htsrt,priK.Hiid gave Ihectui and the; tMMUfeet rei-ort their innings in an amiable way. The openings have tieen dragged out of Aagnst into Septembe...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 September 1897

THE iT OF GOLD Ml A Business Which Offers Infinite Chances for Speculation. FEW MAKE LUCKY "STRIKES" The Precious Metal to He Found in livery Country, but Seldom fn I'uylog QnantitIe3IcthodH of Ev tructiucr the Ore- How Gold Is Obtained Prom rincers. Gold Is found In every country, hut is nrofital.l mined in comparatively few places It Is usually ast-oclated "With il ver as an alloy, and ocours -with many other ntals, though the only substance with wnlch it is found united in nature 60 as to form a new sunrtance is tellu num. Not a. few metallurgists have sus pected that it ifa occasionally united in nature wltii sulphur, but tills lias ya to he pn-ven. Gold Is found In placers, and veins. Yekifc are spaces in the crust of the earth of different material and appearance from the roc bordering them. They vary great ly In inagth from a few feel to mile.., and In width from a mere seam in the rock JL buwinsas of ffet. Generally lhy arc Hum a lew Indies to twenty or thirty feet in width,...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 September 1897

14 THE MORNU5TG TIMES, &VKDAX, SEPTEMBER 12, 1897. !bf2wD-nffl ' i TRILBY OF THE OPERA. Tavnrv the 1 ir-t Fnnm Donuo of the Season to Arrive. Kew York. Sept 11 -Tavary, the Trilby of lite operatic rtige. is one ot the first of the t;reat prima donnas lo arrive in Awednt. Rumor have come to us across Ute s f row Hum to time or tlie wonderful newui,"La Ikduiie.v by rucclni, which In to tlie itMH4cal world what Du Maurler's OMUterpiuee is to tlie literary and tbeafc TjffH. lt tin is the firt opportunity wMch Atnericatis haw had to sue the fa muli srisU uf tlie opera, which has be come t ofinthn or Itomc and Milan for the it wtaljr. Tim, aew opera , wWcb has not ) et been iierorti ed in America , is regarded by good JtHtgew, leIHng Madame Tavary hersolf hi, ecunl fa Maacagui's ren.arkable "Caval leria UastJrana." Her part of course the leading U4e Is AUmi.a griictte, somewhat of tihe Tit3 order and the story, lladamo Tavsirj thinks, it qniie as strong as tliat of 2h Maorlrr.-WMilc t...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 September 1897

THE MORNIK TJMES, STJN'BAT, SEPTJEMBUR 12, 3897. 15 X The Woman AUTUMN JAGKETS. Kctv jerk, Sept. 11. To judge from the first eiKion of autumn materials, one would inter that the designers were all Sxndh. There are plaid woolens with Hk otosk Mxine. T"i2it! pflks for full bkirt, wiiisls, plum stocking aud petticoats, all ofwiiich will be worn from now unUlThanki" giving, ana after tli.it we shall gut out the mixed atuiiel hairs and cheviots that are already i be uam If one looks closeenougb Plaid wojlens with silk stripes are made up diagoually, whereby they can be cait to salt ny figure. AVbethcr btout or dim. Those arc generally considered sufficient unto Uboiiwelves without further trimming, .but black gimp braid may be uKid to ad VMUtagt is borne rtats. tSoitie of the plnid patterns have the ap pearance of being formed by running rib linB 4n aud out through the goods itseir. A green rflk plaid bus a red tatin riWon rtnpe UwU is decidedly deceptive. Tlaid Shirt waists are made up ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 September 1897

16 TH35 MOItNIJSrG TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1897. 51116 OF TIE MONITOR The Proposition to Raise ilie Vessel Revives an Old Story. ONLY A CHEESE BOX ON A RAFT TIic Battle "With u Storm "Which the Conqueror of the Merrlinao Made Off Cupe Hutteras Her Coiimifui dor tho I-iiht to Leave Her-Two Officer unci Twelve 3Iuu Lust. At'the national encampmentof theGi and Armj-oftueRepubllcrecenUy, T. W.Keyes., one of Wisconsin's delegates, made a prop ositi un for united action "to urge the Gov ernment to raise the ironclad Monitor, which defeated the rebel rum Merrimac -or Virgmln, hb the Confederates had named her In March, ISO 2, and which vessel foundered off Cape llatteras December 31, 1SC2 " It was estimated that the cost of raising her would be about 500,000. Or coi'rae, the latitude and longitude where the vessel wink is a matter of record, but no one kajws how deep the vessel has settled in the bottom in u.csc tlilrty-fivc years, nor has anyone knowledge as to how much the vessel li...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 September 1897

""v. THJS OrrNTG: TIMES, S'UjSTDAT, SEPTEMBER 12, 1897. 17 t6rtS3 rvf fhf tKxs.sxss i '1 -T . JOSEPH CONRAD PA JIT VI. Donia Ibobod out for a fair -wind along wlHi Hie rest, Kb one knew the venom uC his fhwight- now. Ue was silent, and apr peared tMiiaet ,astf consumed slowly byan inward tiBe at tile Injustice of men and or fate. He was. injured by all anl spoke U no one. bat his liale lor every hijuj looked out U-fttBgtt M eyes. lie tblkcd with tho cofc inly, having- somehow pcrwaded tUe awd man tfra he- Donkiu wa mui-n GslUmaftitCTl mh1 persecuted person. ""o gotlier they bewailed the immorality of the rtrtp's company. There could be no groater critm mle thaw TO, who by our lies, Con milred to nend Ute seal of a poor. ignorant t Mack uimi to evorlastlus perdition. Pol J more footed what there was to oook re nwrh'tnHy,Hd felt ail the time Clint by pro- j pctriitfr At- food of Mich dinners he lmper lied W own salvation. Don Inn agreed ' -with ttr cook; could find no wordB scM-re J e...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 12 September 1897

18 THE MORNlGr TIMES. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 189?. Tiie last volume added to the list of ITar pel Contemporary Esayiets is one claim ing the authorship of Heury Cnbot Lodge United Stutes Senator. In the present volume there are nine essays and the firetof then. "Certain Accepted Heroes.." is the source from wnicu the book borrows Irs U With Uie exception of the last psst; in the to.k they have all heretofore appeared in periodicals: Seribner's, the Cosmopolitan, and the North American Review Tlie titles ot the nine essays are 'Certain Accepted Heroes." -Tlie l.uK PlaBfcagenet," "Shakespeare's Ameri caHlSn," "Chatterton," "Dr. Holmes, A Literal Education," "The Home of the CubotB." 'British Elections." and "Our Foreign .Policy " They Jixe all examples of ripe scholar ship, nd Uie flow of a gracefuland force ful pen. The firfct tnree have a strong attraction for the student or bellesv lottrcs. Without liupeacning the punitive vntaeof Uie others, it is. nevertheless, these tUntgWUueil U...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 September 1897

The circalntion of The Sunday Times -was 23,576 Copies. Dully averugo last week, 41,262 Copies. WEATHER PROBABILITIES. For the District of Columbia, threatening weather, probably Without Tain; warmer; easterly winds. NO. 1,271. WASHINGTON, MONDAY MORNING-, SEPTEMBER 13, 1897-EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT, ONE RBffSjnteiSE They Call tlie Event a "Great Fail Furniture Spectacle." A REALLY GREAT TRADEEVEKT The Great Providers Startle the "Furniture "World "With u Sale of lanijiuith Proportions It Opens This ilorning and Mttian Big louey Suvlug to the Prudent and Thilfty Housekeeper. It' in. the air that you are goiug to sarins a surprise on the public," aaid the repurtar to Mr. ret tit on Saturday, -when ltnslnoBh was a little dull about the bottett time tt that unm-ually not day. "Ya, "wc arc," answered the merchant, and It will he a great one. We are so Ijubj prcpaiing for It now that I cannot talk ab.ut It to jou just now. There is our advertising manager, Mr. Rlkard. Go over and ask him ab...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 September 1897

THE MOR-NTNGr TIMES. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1897. s OBI'S TB OLGOTT BOOM LAUNCHED OUBLFS MARRED FOR SLAUGHTER Dr. Walker SUITS. Mothers! You'll do your selves an injustice if you spend a penny for the boys' school ciothes until you see our stock. Especially the $1.48 $1.98 and $2.4S lines of stronsr "schoolers." Eiseman Bros., Corner 7th and E Sts. N. W. Ko Branch Store in Washington. SPREAD OF YELLOW Existence of Seven Cases in New Orleans Acknowledged. FEAR AMONG THE PEOPLE One Case Discovered In the Ilcnrt of the Creole Seetiun of the Clty on One of lis Handsomest Ites: dcnce Stretb Progress of. the Dlaeas-o Elsewhere. New Orleans, Sept. J 2. The Louisiana hoard of health has olWclally announced the existence or seven cases of yellow fever in this city, filx or these aic among Urn twelve istck on St. CIomI tieet, previously reported as aospicioufe- The disease has made sufficient progress io enable the doctors U definitely diagnose it as yel low fever. The lord of ltenlth followed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 September 1897

THE JtfOTtSJIiNG TIMES; MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1897. 3 SCHOOLS WILL SOON OPE A Large Increase in the Number of Pupils Expected. MANUAL TRAINING BRANCHES Supt. Powell Enthusiastic Over the Hcsnlts Tlmt Ilnve Been Obtained Now System of Education Com pared 'With the 01d Some of the Thiols Tliat Are Needed. There -will probably be 46,000 pupils In the District schools hls year, or' 3,000 mure e!iB,n last. Superintendent; Powell bus a yet no way ot knowing exactly whstt the Increase will be, but this esti mate ib in accordance with the Increase lc. numbers heretofore. There will be 43,000 -to 44,1)00 in the day schools and 2,500 to 3,000 night pupils. A reiiortor for The Times had a talk with Superintendent Powell yesterday about the new 'school year. He is mosten tliurtasGc about the District educational ejsscin, and believes very thoroughly mat Uie new ideas of child training idoptcd during the last few years are a great success, and will be infinitely better and more valuable than the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 September 1897

TJBLE 3!OTtNlG TIMES, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1897. !ime (siojaasa, etektko and sttndat.) ur The Washington Times Company. STILSOX HTJTCHINS, President HCTCHIKS BUIMJEfQ. SCDSCRtPTIOiT HATE3. SIOKTinT. TJT Caukiekz Morning, Eveninc and Sunrlav. Fifty Cents Morning and Sunday. ...Thirty-five Cents Evening and Sunday. ...Thirty-iivo Cents BY WAIL. One Yesr, Mom., Eve. and Sunday, $5.50 Six Months. " " " 3.00 Three Woni lis. ' " " " 1.75 One Year, Morning and Sunday...... 4.08 Six 11 onriw. " " " 2.23 Three Mom lis, " " " 1.25 One Year. Evening and Sunday..... 4.00 Six Juorahs, " " " 2.25 'Jliree Months, ' " " 1.25 Sunday only, ono year........ 1.00 Orders by mail must be accompanied by subscription price. Telephones: Editorial Booms, 486; Business Office, 1C40. Circulation Statement. The circulation of The Times for the teecJk cntfd Saturday, September 11, 1S97, was as Jollom: Eundav, SsHanber S 25.720 2eMfey, September C 38,018 Tvoeday. September 7 41,278 H'erfwawfay. September 8 41.87...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 September 1897

THJL MORNIKGr TI3ISS, MONDAY, SEPT35M15EH 13, 1897. V a Q 1 l-anskurgh & Bro. S rt YOU will soon be rearranging t$ your house for the fall, and will g need new Curtains and Draper g s ies to take the place of those S that liava been in use all sura- CT mer. We invite you to visit g 0 our Upholstery Department, W where you will find a !ar;;e as- g g sortment of the newest things g p to make your home cozy and a g comfortable for the fall and g S winter. Our polite and expe- g &2 rienced salesmen will take pleasure in showing you a g through the stock and givinjj g you any information you may desire. in I ft I New Things. ' Figured Kolre Drapery; looks Just like silk; 36 Inches wide. I2cyd Figured Drapery Denim; new a patterns and colors; 36 Inches g wide. g !5cyd Floured Royaline Crepe; the tf best imitation of crened silk a ever produced. a s 8c vd s J Figured Hungarian Clotli; old patterns and colors; suitable for I Q pillow covers. 25c yd g AND lor a small cost we will g P...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 September 1897

THE HOBfflETGt TIMES, MQN DAT,. SEPTEMBER 13, 1897. 6 i MORE GAMES HERE The Statesmen Wind Up the Sea son at Home Tomorrow. FREE TODAY FOR THE LADIES Either Shsrcer or Swaim "Will Pitch Tills Afternoon Fourteen Games to Play Avray From Home Four JSueh With New York and Balti more. W. L. Pet. Baltimore.... SO 33 .70S Bostoo :. 83 35 .703 Nev York... 75 41 .647 Cmoiimaii 66 49 .574 Cleveland.... 5S 59 .496 Washington... 54 62 .466 Chicago 53 64 .453 WS Brooklyn. 53 65 .449 Pittsburg 50 65 .435 $2 Philadelphia..51 67 .432 rzv Lcuitvme rv u? .tx & mds SiLcuis.) 27-90 .231 GAH1SS YISSTEKDAX. Cleveland, 15; St. Louis, 4. GAMES TODAY. Cinrtniuitl nr Wiifhiiigton. Chicago nt Baltimore. Philadelphia nt Boston. New Ywrk nt Brooklyn. Pittsburg ut Louisville. Clevelftad at St. Loulss. Tiio Setwix-rs wiH play the Cincinnatis today juid tomorrow, when the reason end ut WHRbingtoii. Through the cour tesy ,r iim? visiting team management, ladies 1 be admitted free this after iksjo d tomorrow wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 September 1897

r THE MOKNXNQ TIMES, MOXDAT, SEPTEMBER 13, 1897 V u MONET "WANTED AND TO LOAN. A NEW PLAN. 510 TO 1,000 TO LOAN CX HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANOS. DOUSES, CARRIAGES, ETC., Without removal from poi"B of ow"jr You can have the money the day you. apply rr it. Pavments on the principal, of any amount . will he received at an y time, which will lessen cost of loan LOWEST RATES MOST DESIRABLE TERMS No cost to jou if loan Is not made Strictly confidential Please call for farther information. CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO.. aull-tf-cm 002 F'st n w. CONSERVATIVE oarties havinir idle money cn find a tale and uiofiiable Investment for small and larce amounts. Adores FlllfT TltUbT ON Rr-Al, Eb TATE, tite office. bel2-3t WANTED -$2u'j. good security. Address W. H.S .vkit office. tell-3t-cm LOANS from $5 to SJ0 to rellalile piitlja: a!wj moiiej advanced oa hie ch .. Room S, CentMl Btdg., cor. 9tb and Pa. aw. n w. eeS-7t LOAKfe ttnm 5 U 55 to reliable parties, also money advanced on bicycles. Room b, Cen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 13 September 1897

THE MORK1HG TIMES, MOFDAT, SEPTEMBER 13, 1897. 8 The Busy Corner. 8th and Market Space. mnsmmasmssBmBSOBSaBKaaa Our 2d Grand Rt TVc bolicve that you have liearcl or us. Hub have you traded with us? Have you investigated our new credit system? In short, do you Relieve m us? If you are doubtful, this is tlio opportunity to bring: us closer together; to "sive us better acquaintance," as Brother Shakespeare used to say. Fall is coming- dawdling- along-, it is true, but it is el ose at hand, ai.d j u must set your house in order for the lony winter. How best to do it? you aslc. Why. the majority open an account with us, and get whatever they want, whenever they want it. And they pay us as their means allow. The credit prices arc the same as the cash prices. Is not this a lair and wise system ihinic it lev S over then think it over again then come and see us. 8.KANN.SGNS&G0 I Mi' sg" vrTEare)ffWEit3?&P?'l Fine quality cnenuie l'oruures, e tit nair .. S.4S Fine oHalVtv'TapeKtry Por...

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