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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 28 July 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIKES,, SUNDAY, JULY 28, 1895. m i y& o We're going to make a clean sweep of all Odds and Ends and Left-Overs in our HERE ARE THE FACTS TERSELY TOLD. 25 Parts of Pieces of Al batross and Nun's Veil ing. Ail-wool, 3S to 4-2 inches wide, in Navy, Gray, Tan, Olive, Gobelin, Brown, and Reseda. Former prices 50, 62jc. and 75c. Now 29c. yd. Our entire stock of 30 inch H Wool Challies, in Dark and Light Grounds, Silk Stripes. Former price 25c. yd., Now 17c. yd. One Table devoted en tirely to Short Lengths of Covert Cloth Cashmere, Storm Serge, Beiges and Beautiful Silk and Wool Novelties, all marked at one-half former prices. All Navy Blues Reduced. All-wool Navy Blue Storm Serge, 40c. quality, For 29c. yd. Big cuts have been made on other lines. We are not considering profit NOT EVEN COST. We want shelf room for our big Fall Importations. 420, 422, 424, f$fco' Every Parlor Suite Below Cost and This Week Only. Pay when you please Weekly or monthly no notes no interest. E...

Publication Title: Morning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 28 July 1895

6 THE WASHEETGTQy TIMlifo SUKDAY, JTJIiY 28, 1895. At the Bon Marchc. If the men their wives, will have some shopping to do for them to-morrow providing the' don't do it themselves. We have gleaned all Broken Iots all the Odds and Ends all the incomplete assortments in the furnishings depart ment and placed them on sale for Monday and Tuesday at prices that will clean them out in a hurry. There has been no halfrhearted work everything is marked down to the lowest price that has been quoted this season. YOU'LL BE VERY WISE TO COME VERY EARLY LOT I. $1-25 Negligee Shirts, 87c. Remarkable "barg-ain in French Percales made in the f ashionahle stj'le for this season collars detached cuffs attached. Not every size, so to avoid disappoint ment we g"ive the sizes IB 15V$ 10 :CH5 17 S 3 2 3 2 at 87c LOT 11. 25c Half Hose 17c Fine qualitj Men's Half Hose, drop stitch and plain, in these sizes onry 9 91 10 ios 6 10 IS 13 at I7c LOT III. 15c Club Ties and Bows 9c Those eleg-ant Washable Necktie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 28 July 1895

THE I TTASHCTfiTQy TIMES, STXgL&AY, JULY 28, 1895. Prices 20 to 40 For 7 Days For Cash Only We liave purchased enormously for Fall. We must have room at once. Much of the new stock will begin to arrive early in August. We have run through the stock and out On everything in large, plain figures, rep resenting a reduction of from 20 to 40 per cent on our already low prices. Competi tion in Washington has forced prices lower than in any other city, and it will now pay Baltimoreans, New Yorkers and Philadel phians to come to Washington for their Fur niture. These ' cut ' ' prices are for cash only. We will store an1, goods bought until October 1 at our expense. It will pay you to bu; for this winter, as Furniture will never be so low again. You'll pay more this Fall. Craig & Corner Thirteenth and F Sts. ANALOSTAN CLUB REGATTA Rain Interfered, But the Aquatic Sport Went Merrily On. Splendid Exhibition ot Rowing by Can didates for Regular Crews Senior Four Winn Agnlu. The wesUier ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 28 July 1895

THE -ro-ASTrrsrr;:? TIMES, SUNDAY. JTTLY 28, 1895. 8 VALISE READY TO PACK but you don't kiiow exactly what to wear 011 your trip. Is tliat your case? It must be something cool aud light, for August is a hot mouth! It should be of good material, for salt water or climbing mountains try clothes somewhat severely. It should be well made, or sitting around in railroad cars, etc., will ruin its shape. Really what 3'ou should "get for your vacation is one of those we are advertising. Splendid Suits they are, too the very thing for holiday or everday wear. Prices Are Tempting, Tool We shall be getting in our fall stock very soon in fact, it is beginning to come now, and all these summer light weights must go to make room. Therefore bring $10 or $15 or $20 or $25 and pick out Aour suit. There are bargains for you also in the Cents' Furnishing Department. Robinson, Ghery & Co. I2TH AND F STS. 'CREDIT IS OUR CREED." reak the t;scri US" I 18 I Make a start tou might as well get the FURNITU...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 28 July 1895

r! 2 THE WASHINGTON TIMES Pages 9 !o 16 WASHZNGTO:N", D. C, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 28, 1895. -FOR- It isn't easy to turn a $100,000 Summer Stock of Shoes into Cash and then replace it bjT an Au tumn Stock of equal value and that during- the months most merchants call dull. We shall accomplish this very thing-, even in shorter time than we anticipated. Well-posted Shoe Buyers know that we sell ttuo joor Shoes at any fricc" and that, at our present Reduced Prices, good Shoes can he had more cheaply from us than from any other dealer in town that's wiry our Stores are constant crowded. Only for a Start Time Longer SHALL WE SELL Any Shoe in Our Three Houses AT A REDUCED PRICE. Special for This Week: At 69c, Just 09 pairs Ladles' Well-fitting, soft black Eld aud durable tan Goat Oxford Tlos And Opera Mipier3. Square or pointed toes. Made to sell for$l and $1.25. At $1.85. Fully 12 different styles Ladies' strictly hand-sotvod Stylish IHackorTan Glased Kid Low Cut Ties, Button or Juliets. R...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 28 July 1895

TELE WASITEtfGTOK TIM'ES, SUNDAY, JULY 28, 1895. 10 Fartttffttla.y$ EATS AM) PAEASOLS FOR ALL TYPES OF BEAUTY. Hints From the Period of Louis Quinze Will Dominate the Fall Fashions. Just at this moment fashion Is revolving vigorously round the Louis XVI period In Pans, where the dramatization of Du inas' novel, "Le Collier do la Heine," has revived interest in the stjles of this time, all the new tilings are cither Louis XVI" or Mane Antoinette," and it is hinted by authorities high in matters modish, that lj winter we will all be looting e actlj like old court portraits Stiif ore- telles and crinoline skirts, it is said, will give waj to Mft draperies and floating ' fichus, the fichus, in all degrees of late i and muslins. Iiave already appeared ah in viting accessories, but later on they will j be part and parcel of the short bodies. Ab for jour dress-up bodice, it will be , bomcthing entirely different from what ! it has been. I It is to be a ccat evidently But when j Monsieur Fe...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 28 July 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, JULY 28, 1895. 11 8th and Market Space. This sign, like the shelves and counters of our store, has become a regular fixture of the establishment. It is due to such prices as tlic ones displayed be low that it is never removed from its place. We expect to-morrow to be a busy day and iCs always best for you to select from unbro ken lots you may miss the chance by coming late. WH8H GQQD8. New Goods HddBd To the Flames. Beautiful French Ging hams, bright in all the colors of the rainbow. Tasteful, plain and f aifcy Crepes and delicately pat terned Colored Organdies.. The very cream of the de partment the lowest nev er brought under 15c, and the majority held the 25c mark will be included along with our Jaconet X,awns, Dimities and others at Q3 C. KJ4. 0 ne more chance Sffi "- brics There's a selection still, liomomber the goods were 16c Now 6: i 2C. At the same time, X"tK mains of oar stock of Barnaby Ginghams. Ii will iy you 10 buy 'om at 6kc. Yd. Real Fre...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 28 July 1895

12 THE WASHIKGTOJSr TIDIES, SUNDAY, JTJXTT 28, 1895. mmmrwmi Walters of Interest to Organized Workingmen of the District. MEBTJ2TGS FOR THIS WEEK. SUNDAY, JULY 28. L. A. 1149, K of L , Douglass Progres tlve Association of Steam Engmecrs Hall C09 r btreet MONDAY, JULY 29. L. U., No 190, Brotherhood of Car penters and Joiners nail, C27 Massa chusetts avenue L A 1644, K. of L , Journeymen Plas terers Plasterers Halt, rour-and-a-half btreet and Pennsylvania avenue. L A 1748, K. of L , Carpenters and Jom rs Society .Temple, rifth and G streets L A. 1228 K. of L, Plasterers' Lath crs HHrns' Hall, Seventh and D streets. Amalgamated Society of Carpenters and Joiners Costullo's Hall, Sixth and G streets. TUESDAY, JULY 30. Federation of Labor Plasterers' Hall, ronr-awd-a-halt btreet, and Pennsylvania avenue WEDNESDAY, JULY 31. L. U. No 1, Caipenters and Joiners Hall. 419 Tenth street. Pnjie rhan -' Protective Association Harris' Hall, Seventh and I) streets. L A. fl73 K. of L., Cement Workers...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 28 July 1895

the Washington times, Sunday, jtjxy as, 1895. 13 m mrxk w . a J 2; j ivg-- J '"Pi A i 3. For a man In -whose life there had been trngcdj' lie was cheerful He had a habit of humming vague notes in the bilenco of conversation, as if to put you at jour ease Htobody audface were lean and a rid, ins eyesobltque and small. hii hair bt might and dry and straw-colored; and it flew out crackling with electricity, to meet his cap as he put It on. He lived alone in a little hut near his lime-kiln by the river, with no near neighbors, and fewcoinpanions save his four dogs, and those he fed some times at expense of his own stomach He had just enough crude poetry in bis nature to enjoy his surroundings. For he was well placed Behlnd'thc lime-kiln rose knoll on knoll, and bcjond -these, the verdant hills, all converging to Dalgrothc mountains In front of it was the river with its banks dropping forty feet, and below, the rapids, always troubled and sportive. On the far ther side of the river lay p...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 28 July 1895

a. 14: THE WASHINOTOIN TIMES, STJUSTDAX, JULY 28, 1895. DISTRICT LaWS HIED AMUSEMENTS. EXCURSION". VIRGINIA Jockey Club, ST. ASAPH, VA. NrW Shylocks Do Pawnbrokers' Busi ness Without a License. Ml RAMBLERS IBjfi feaT J. I HE7f0YOyNTsTE'ESr - iCU I s? "WASHINGTON BRANCHBPf V'V. v'i - 1 w 'tfVt i ' ' 1 - JSpp ''Jts easy to ride wbBiproperlyi, J mgl ' lnslYucted,affd lh is'&cyQd form - 1 ,- - torideRAMBLEFL BlCYC l5 j i ' J The Evening Spin on Massachusetts . Fair6aQdJIlMtfwrt Tim TEE BICYCLE NOW HAS ITS . CODE OF ETIQUETTE. What a Well-behaved Man Should Do When Riding- With a Fair Companion. "Whatever enjoyment we obtain from our dally Jntercourbe with others Is pos sibly only through our obedience to the laws of that etiquette which governs the wnoleniachinery of society, keeps every cog and wheel in place at its own work, and carries all things along comfortably to their consummation. Cycling having taken such a mighty hold upon the laud, it has naturally fol lowed that an etiq...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 28 July 1895

THE "VYASnESrGTOIT TEtfES, SUTDAX, JULY 28, 1893. fo Per Word One Gent A Noadvortlseiaeatloss than 10a. No advertisement less than 10a. One. Ooiii A No advertisement less than 10a. Ono Pdnf Per llO boill Word No advertisement less than 10s- One Gent A No advertisement less than 10a (Hip fipsif PER UIIB mm word Noadvortlsomcnt less than lOo. One Cent & Nondvcrtisomoa: loss than l'Os, sunlmek kesorts. DEER PARK AHD OAKLAND, On tho Crest of tha AllcRhcnlos. (Main Line B. & O. B. R.) 6EASOX OPEN'S JUNE 22cd, 1805. Hates $00, S75 and S90 a month, accord toe to location. Furnished cottages, with taonltias for housekeeping. If desired. $4.50 to $G00 per season. Address GEORGE D. DeSHlELDS, Manager, Cumberland. Md. JOHNSON ETOUSE Colonial Beach, on -water front terms reasonable; spe cial rates to parties. Address MRS. G E JOHNisQN. Jj28-7t CAPE Oil A Y. N. J. "tt'yoni I.South i-atetle ist , bquaro from beach and depot, terms, $7 to 10 per week. A. T. MORGAN. Jj27-7t WOODLAWN. Rockvi...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 28 July 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, JULY 28, 1895. 16 535E2 II an wt m wftWr18 P It's $7.35 and the old clock re minds tou of the great sale of $10, $12 and some $15 Suits we are holding at $7.35 for every suit. Booming! And the val ues! Honestly, did you ever hope to save from 30 to 50 per cent on suit pur chase this summer. You who live away from this store don't hesitate to save perhaps $3, $4 or $5 just by riding out here on a green car. Come Monday, or Tuesda7-, or Wednesday. M. KAUFMAN, OUTFITTER, Eighth and I Streets Southeast. Washington Glub Life Queer and Grotesque Though Calm and Placid On the Surface Depths Present Curious Aspects Strange Doings Told of Its Members. It's CAPT. HARBOUR RESIGNS. Mr. Hamilton Appointed Administra tor of tlio Estate. Judge Hagner yesterday morning signed an order continuing the restraining order originally issued in tho case of Capt. Har rison S. Barbour until a further hearing of the case, and making Mr. John A. Hamilton receiver for the business...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 July 1895

ime mmmmmmmmfg& dm fom ivmk i Cwp Wm&f VOL. 2. USD. -191). WASHINGTON, D. O., MONDAY MORNING, JULY 29s 1S95 EIGHT PAGES. ONE CENT. Telegraphic News Supplied by the Exclusive Service of the Press", and Bennett Cables, Supplemented by the Associated Press and Special Correspondents More than twice what other local newspapers have. HUM IHEB1 JOLLY Germany's Emperor Gadding About Like a School Boy. BULLET HIT HIS BROTHER HARD WORK AND LESS POLITICS- FORTY LIVES MAY BE LOST TIBEE KILLED A! DICE Eumor That the Steamer Belle Memphis Sank in the Missis sippi Last Evening. Patrol Driver Al. Vernon Acciden tally Discharged a Rifle. Washington Lads Meet Death Under Wheels Near Hyaltsville. be 1 Uncle SaiHow can' " - get' rid of these ." ".. PRINCE FEHDINAHP HATED His Abdication of tli Throne of Bul garia Dlscus-ed at a Family Confer ence Conre of German Git holies "Will Try to Roorjjnnlzo the Center Tarty In the ltelclistar. (By United Press.) Berlin. July 28. Letters received by their...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 July 1895

Hit S" f9 GBffiMG Fand Eleventh Streets. Eterase Warehouses 22d st, ncarM. Wo closo orory weok day during July and August at E o'clock p. m. Nothing of doubtful quality OTer . leavoa our store We back up with our caarantco everything wo sil and OUK guarantee means something. ' Our half-yearly CAR PET "Clearance" Sale be gins this morning and it's an event interesting to you in more ways than one. About this time eve year the opportunity is given to purchase fall styles of Car petings at very greatly les sened prices. This year the saving is in most cases one third regular prices. There's practically no end to the va riety of styles or the quantity of each All purchases will bo stored free of charge until September 1. EARLY ALE tlie girls are wearing Silver Lockets now. Silver Waist Sets and Belt Buckles are very popular. Diamonds never go out of st3Tle; they are being much worn with evening dress. CH DAVIfcOX, Jowelor, 1106FSt. N, W. You may be sure your linen will be well washed if...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 July 1895

THE "WASHXN"&TO:N- TIMES, 3IONDAT, JTJLT 29, 1805. 3 1 , k i : i i . : NOW to wind up the balance of the stock of Baseball and Ath letic Goods. We are ashamed to put the prices in the paper. Come, 3tou baseball enthusiasts, for jtou'11 never see prices so low asrain! Parker, Bridget Go., 315 7th St. N. W. Look for Bargains. ind them right here. We don't an n o unce a Clearing Out Sale of Sum mer Clothing, and then only take a few cents off usual f prices but -? make the cut deep and generous. Offer you values 3Tou can't but see it's to rour advantage to ac cept. All'irool Cheviot, Ores!- mere and Serge Sack Suits new, freeli stock that sold lur 67.50. Now $4.85 All-wool, Past Color Clack and Blue berge. Mix ed and 1'lninCafibiineroand Cheviot Suits that oro 110 and $12.50, now. ..... $7.35 50c Boys' and Children's neo Tants Suits, 5 to 15 year 6izs An unlimited nn f fetock. All now and stylish, r" L,,c dollar. 1 All Boj-3' Long Tants JJn Buits. 14 to 30 year sizes. A ZJ stock wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 July 1895

THE WASHESWTOir TIMES, AI02TDAT, JULY 29, 1895. TheWashinfltonTimBS (EVEET SAT UT THE YKAK.) OWNED JL20) ISSUED BY The Washington Times Company, TIMES BCILDINa. Southwest Corne'ii Pennstixixu. Avenue and Tenth Street. Telephone Editorial Room, 155. Business Offlco, 337. Trice, Dally Edition Ono Coat EunCay Edition Threo Cents. By the month Thirty-flve Cents. t " ; TTASniNGTON, D. C., JULY 2D. 1895. QTgPgQLQ Snliscrllior to "Tuo Times" will confer n favor by promptly report Ins tiny discourtesy of collector, or imji loct of duty on t lie part of t lie carrier. Compliilmx eitlier by mall or In pr ison will receive prompt attention. Paper should liodellvored to all parta of the city by 0:30 o'clock each morn ins, Including Sunday. "The Waohiiicton Time" is a mem ber of the Koclidalo Co-operative So ciety. TAKE THE TIMES WITH YOU. Summer Outturn "Will Not Tie En joyed TJnlexK It Goes A1oiij. The isiiminei tide of pleasure anil beulth-Mjekers has set in toward mountain, spring and seasho...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 July 1895

THE "WASHINGTON TIMES MONDAY, JULY 29, 1895. Lansbursli & Bro Some New . Things In Silks. A new line of Jacquard India Silks, 24 inches wide, 75c. Worth 85c. Black Peau De Soie, 24 inches wide. Never sold before under $1.25. Our price, $1.00. A splendid article for Capes or Dress use. 27 inches wide Black Japanese Silk, absolutely waterproof, excel lent value for the price. Only 50c. You Might Look Awhile and Get Posted. 27 inches wide Natural Japanese Silk, washable. Price, 48c Yard. All the latest shades in plain, changeable Taf feta, 75c Yard. This quality is without doubt the best made. Our 50c 27-inch colored Jap Silks are the best qualitj ever offered for the above price. We can match almost an' shade. 20-inch Black Jap Silk. Regular 44c quality, for qcP per OOC YARD. 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. Every Parlor Suite Below Cost and on CREDIT This Week Only. Pay when you please Weekly or monthly no notes no interest. Elegant 5-plece suite upholster ed in damask $10 Beautiful 5-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 July 1895

THE WASHINGTON TIMES, 01STDAT, JULY 29, 1895. Photographs to be for Taylor's 15th and G Streets. Look for the number on your ticket and call and get your picture, if the number is published here. Don't come until your number is published to save confusion. 9 10 13 15 40 47 08 83 90 07 lOll 108 112 110 125 137 141 158 105 170 182 183 189 190 20() 238 253 274 280 295 290 302 320 i!77 393 498 018 080 700 710 791 843 001 910 925 028 933 934 937 047 948 900 005 975 980 084 085 993 1000 1008 1009 1012 1014 1022 1029 1033 1030 1045 1053 1085 1092 1097 1101 1102 1103 1114 1115 1125 1128 1130 1138 1145 1148 1149 1157 1105 1108 1109 1171 1174 1179 " 1183 1180 1191 1194 1190 1204 1245 1249 1259 1200 1205 1270 1277 1278 1280 1284 1289 1290 1201 1293 1302 1300 1310 1313 1317 1321 1323 1320 1331 1334 1338 1339 1348 1357 1359 1301 1307 1309 1370 1388 1391 1403 1400 1407 1410 1421 1420 1428 1431 1430 1437 - 1447 1455 1450 1401 1404 1408 1409 1470 1477 1484 1489 1493 1498 1499 1501 1510 1522 1529 15...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 July 1895

TEE WASHEtfGrTOK TIMES4 MONDAY, JULY 29, 1895. Per Word Per Word Per word No advertisement less than 10s. Xo advertisement less than lOo- No advertisement less than 10a- No advertisement less than 10a. OlIO u8Rt Word No adverttsetnfsntIes3 than 10a. y , One Ceo! A No advertisement loss than 10a. Orb Gonf ma Noadvartlaamaat l03i than 10a. SUMMER RESORTS. DEER PARK AND OAKLAKD, On the Crest of tho Allcghcnles. (Main Lino B. & O. E. R.) EEASON OPENS JUNE 22nd. 1893. Kates SCO, $76 and $90 a month, accord ing to location. Furnished cottages, with Cacilities for housekeeping, It -desired, 450 to $000 per eeuson. Address GEORGE D. DeSHICLDS, Manager. Cumberland. Md. GRP. white suLPnrat spkings, CIMDKULAND VALLEY RAILROAD, NEWVILLE, PA. One of the most delightful pleasure and health resorts in America. Magnificent .MOUN TAIN SURROUNDINGS. 2,0;0 FEET ELEVA TION DRY ATiiOSPHERK. PINE GROVES, 110T SULPHUR BATHS, EXCELLENT CUI SINE, FISHING, BOATING. DRIVING, SHOOTING, DILL1ARDS, TENNIS, G...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning times. — 29 July 1895

-j-afv 5C5 - M OPPORTUNITY in OUTING a Here's a grand Midsummer opportunity for you men who -are about to take a vacation or who are living during the summer months in the country. It just means 1 3 all White and Fancy SERGES, White and Fancy FLAN NELS, the White FRKNCH CHEVIOT and all Striped and Checked Fancy OUTING SUITS. $2.00 for Coats or Trousers that were $3.00 2.33 " " " " " " 3.50 2.67 " " " " " " 4.00 3.33 " " " " " " 5.00 4.00 " " " " " " - 6.00 $5.00 for Coats, Trousers, or Suits that were $7.50 6.00 " " " " " " " 9.00 6.67 " " " " " " " 10.00 8.00 " " " " " " " 12.00 10.00 " " " " " " " " 15.00 Not as a regular thing, to reduce this big stock. I2TH AND F STS. OUR CREED' reak the M & "CREDIT IS & :?o $31 Make a start you miht as well get the FURNITURE CARPETS MATTINGS DRAPERIES REFRIGERATORS K2J BABY CARRIAGES 3rour need as to worry along half living waiting until 3-ou' ve got moner enough together to pajT cash for what you want to buy. Our will stand in the bree...

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