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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 September 1902

?Mti SSft*'f- am ANNOUNCEMENTS. Rat**—In Advance. ...... 10.00 OouiK.* $5.00 act $3.00 1MOCRATIC NOMINEES. V • 3-* Congress— SCOT® FIELD (of Robertson) For State Senator— A J HARPER For Floater, counties of Limestone, ' Falls and McOennan— J S AINSWORTH TOM CONALLY For Representati — W. J. BRYANT For District Attorney— O C KIRVEN For District Clerk— W. L. CARLEY (re-election) For County Judge— JAS. KIMBELL L J; For County Attorney— V. B. HAYES For Countv Clerk— • "i «, ALF MILLS "k,.. " For Sheriff— _ i JOE GRESHAM For Treasurer— ADRIAN C. ODOM-(re-election) For Tax Collector— C. S. COOKERLY (re-election) For Vax Assessor— e W. R. FAUGHT (re elecetion) For Commissioner Preeinrt I— J IT FORREST Tor J'.::Ucc of the Peace, Beat 4— J. W. KINCHELOE ^re-election) For Constable, Piecinct 4— WALLACE J. HANCOCK our Trade DO YOU WANT THli BEST ' 73 Coll M,| 1 Goad « REPAIRS A;SPECIALTY. Fcr Nsatnjss, Re~sc.na>,ie PAzqs, And Satisfaction G tiara We do all of this CHEAPER than any one eke. ■...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 September 1902

■■ML, [ 11# '■ ' wf PPi Bill Hot£?WS 1 vV- '.'. fl ICRS *"•- :■;' A NEW FAST TRASH f ibhhbh ■bhmhmi ■BSBnour. Between St. Louis and Kansas City ac<l OKLAHOMA CITY, WICHITA, 7IENBSON, SHERMAN, DALLAS, f OUT WORTH And principal points in Texas and the South- west This train is now throughout and L; made up ot tho finest equipment, provide] ivuh eleotrio lights uud all other modern traveling convenience.^. It runs via oiu' 1107. completed H<e<S ISiver D3v£slon.. Every appliance known to modern crn bsJUing and railroading bos boon cmployid in tho make-up cf this service, including CafoS ©?;. nervation Cars* nndei' tlM management or Fred. Harvey. Full information a* to rates and all details u, a irlp %ia tuia new l-outo will bo cbcia-ijilj furnished, upon application, by my CCZio- «satative of tlio $? pleasant And picturesque route North and East 3*pOQT iiuii n ir. t Via N.vv Orleans and tao I.onis- vill.'.V X i ihvllle Railroad. Double Daily J'l ains couipos3(l of magni fieeat ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 September 1902

. . .. — Kipant T aDUiC.t D<K(orb hud , A gonil | | k'ur uuuLiud. _ ... ##1 £& M i i li pans Tubules arc a c 'r iV" ! omm-oii s/i.se, effectual cure c I biiioii; ncr.r., hrartiufj), hend.achq, con,- f- ),lij*at'icjni i'S and 1.11.disorders m* t!;e stouuijeh, f j < t v cr j! 1o .'. ' . i * f 4-11 ^ *1 fcl" * * nr.", vcr.irn r;t.d c!.i.d:tr. everywhere, and ha 1 in Use. sv.i'.jori'y cf •: lt iv n <! C'tl that I'.i'.v will pcrf ' i"i ir.!r2cl> but kv.c oi i iiK.'~t tC s. j ltd for the use' cf j; * Mcn cverywlcrc, and have : ' ; J. I piiactl tl ^ *S th j cures which, they have effected amount chiv-l iu ^ I'l • hlai.y to tal.e and prompt, in action, they have * - 'p$ rival a:: t'i.- best remedy for the cvery-day ills cl Is | I * • r.-'j! jpri'-.! r: I jSI jpuman.iy. l<t ti) A-.. a ausaicine which prolongs lite. * "i have used j' pans t. litilos f r>a niiiul :r of y«.ars ard wrum r.ot ? " *'j.r-mt I was tro ibkd wit!i udi^sliou t-id onMipatio:., and h ve.,n< iii,f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 September 1902

m the Napos. Indians have brought out at evidence of the richness of > placer mines. In Quito gold dust lie standard currency, wnlcii they In hollow bamboo points heavy th grains and dust of the precious al, which is washed out uy the moBt primitive methods. l! j Hard-Working German Doctor. Dr. Doyen, who recently returned to Paris alter a trip across the Rhine, •peaks in the highest terms of his German colleagues and their consci- entious and successful labors. He mentions as an example the famous surgeon, Dr. Bergmann, who, although lie is 60 years old, begins his day's work at 6 o'clock and keeps It up all day, his clinic where ho operates be- fore students being visaed i>y over 200 patients every day. The vessel was 465 tons register, ^as calculated to carry thirty keels of coal and to make thirty trips per annum between Newcastle and Lon- don. Reward fcr Sir George White. Because of his gallantry Sir George ■White of the British army, who would, in the ordinary course, ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 September 1902

m Wmwmm nsurance NO 38 MEXIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 1002, acumen I We have for sa'e in Freestone and Limestone counties some very fine improved farms, dh which we are prepared to offer very favorable terms, both as to price, time and man- ner of payment. We publish below a partial list, which we consider special bargains: 100 aciejs in Freestone ccunty, about 6 miles West of Fairfield, 50 seres weir improved and in cultivation, good new house, and other improvements. 541 acres Navasot bottom land, heavily timbered. Syeeial bargain 99 acres 4 miles er uthwebt, of Mexia, about 75 acres in cultivation, good house, well, tar It, orchard, barns. 70 acres 4 miles southwest oi Mexia, 60 acres in cultivatior, hou? • and othe improvements. "J02 acres about 4 miles eoutlwcs-t of Moia, black prairie land, 7". acres in cultivation, balance pasture, bouse, well und ti;nk, cribs and barn." 820 acres about 7 milts torthwest from Kcsse; this tract is all timber. Special bargain. 482 acres 2 mil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 September 1902

RACKS 0" EXAS ■ ft iEW FAST TRAIN mm St. Looia and Knn w City and «KAHOMA CITY. WICHITA. OTNISON, SHERMAN. DALLAS. FORT WORTH —1—A-rn<il points In TeMi and the South- itrain la new throughout and la 'J'o finest equipment, provided W[ «trio lights and all othor modern twrrWhr aonvenienoes. It runs via our now ®fe.d River Division. ®w5" appliance known to modern cai but'«:<r Mi'l railroading baa heen employed in ib.i-isie-up of this service, including C«Ss Observation Cars, mriMSstio management o! Fred. Harvey. Fuji a3:'fin;/.tion as to rates and all details ov this new route will be cheerfully lorufeiJ, upon application, by any repre- ! ol the — I '"iCM -'j.Mll ■ ■ • « • TrfB • ■ • COOL. PLEASANT % And PICTURESQUE ROUTE North and East i ■T, .MO CONNtCTKMtS. Tit Citizens RiUonl But At Mexia, in the State of Texas, at the close of bnsineiw 8ept IS,. 1902. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts $91,331 88 Overdrafts, secured and unse- cured 23,824 36 U .8. Bonds to secure circula- tion 12...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 September 1902

yH' ■ mem ; V;: ■ m?¥<: BH^'V £&y;': . ' lRr II Rlp n Tymnet T)<h.ii h find A *«iud | rr*c ptioo For tatukind. Ripans Tauules are a common sense, effectual curc for dyspepsia, biliousness, heartburn, headache, con- stipation, dizziness and all disorders of the stomach, liver and bowels. They are intended for the use of men, women and children everywhere, and have proved beneficial in the majority of cases. It is not claimed that they will perform miracles, but some of the curer, which they have effected amount almost to that. Easy to take and prompt in action, they have no rival as lllQ best remedy for the every-day ills p' humanity. A MEDICINE WHICH PROLONOS LIFE. " I hare used Ripans Tabules for a number of years and would sol he without tnrm. I was troubled witlt iudijnMion and constipation, and have noticed since I have b««.n tiling them WtUflt. r7— thai I am getting nd uf *ho e terible bilious spell* which confined me to bed on at count ^ the dizziness. Of late 1 have...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 September 1902

Published every Friday-by The Herald Printing Co., N. P. HOUX, President and Manager. , ' ' ' - , J ■ ' . . ' • ■ i- - ^ 'i*'' • '' * ' ' ' ■ ■ M*£% +&&* i-ifc* 1«M i TE HERALD Subscription, per year, $1-00 Entered at the postofflce at Mexia, Tex., as second class mall matter MEXIA. TEX., SEPT 26, 1902. The Hillsboro -jotton mill hao started up and will be operated from now on. The Chine3e boxers are again on the war path. Poor old China. She is certainly having a time with her subjects. L. G. Stump, of the Port Ar- thur News, has taken unto him- self a Missouri birde. Next thing in order will be a chip off the old block. The Mart Herald is making a noble fight for prohibition in its precinct. We congratulate you, Bro, Kennedy, and wish yau success. The withdrawal of Speaker Ilender-ifri from the iv.ee for re- election and from politics is a blow to the republicans that they can ill afford to sustain just at present. Soldiers is Sail Francisco charged on a saloon and wreck- ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 September 1902

'Mitev.fe%"['., H i,; s -■y- •-"■•■ - ; 'T . ^' •• BP® >rt of Basral*; Sffft Land and Town Lots assessed on the Tax Rolls of Limestone County, Texas, for the year 1900, which are delinquent for Taxes of 1900, returned by C. S, Cookerly, Tax Collector. THE STATE OF TEXAS. | j Commissioners Conrt, County of Limestone, j We certify that we have examined the following reports of land3 and town lots, a3ses3ed on the ax rolls of Limestone county for the years 1900 and 1901, which are delinquent for taxes for said years, and find the same correct. Given under oar hands, this 14th day of May, 1902. A. J. Harper, County Junge. w. h. Stroud, | [SEAL] J. B. Carmichael, f. S. Jackson, c. t. Harris, Attest : j. a. Wright. County Cldrk. > County Commissioners. NAME O? OWNES. wvisu, Abernathy. Mrs. Mary Bo?'kill, F. V Bailey, Albert Bs.nrer, \V. E Bawer, W. E Brown, Geo. Ann .Brarishaw, A. C y, Henry pV, A.. J G. W FJeJder. W. R Frosa Gin Co Gibson. T. .T GjfitUng, Mrs. Sarah Hammock, E. R W...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 September 1902

A. rUDUtnea every mujr me Herald Printing Co., N. P. HOUX, President and Manager. Subscription, per year Entered at the postomce at Mexla, Tex., as second class mall matter mexia, tex., sept. 36, 1802 jT: - ■-« 't. Mk ^Report of Land and Town Lots assessed on the Tax Rolls of Limestone County, Texas, for the v iqoi, which are delinquent for Taxes of 1901, returned by C. S.,tCookerly, Tax Collector. name of owner. I \ i\ iw i E-:>. Lighthouse Lantern Completed. The his lantern to be used In tfe* government lighthouse at Scotch capo, Alaska, haa Just been finished by an Atlanta (Qa.) manufacturing plant Night Workers in London. Including policemen, pressmen, bak- ers, postal employes and market peo- ple, at least 120,000 people aro work> lng all night in London. Art Fanciers Bid High. Thirty thousand dollars was paid recently for a bronze statuette of Herci;lc3 tit the concluding sale of the Bardini collection in London. The total amount realized by the entire collection was $22...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 September 1902

flinaia ■ iMftlftl INrDMCIITC finnvun vcifftMii I {*$■$ • i Rat*a—In Advano*. District 910.00 B Comi.r 16.00 Precinct $3.00 ■/ DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. ■ For Congresn— yfc.: SCOTT FIELD (of Robertson) For State Senator— A J HARPER For Floater, counties of Limestone, Falls and Mc-Jennan— J S AINSWORTH TOM CONALLV For Representative— W. J. BRYANT For District Attorney—■ r O C kIRVEN 5 i For District Clerk— W. L. CARLE Y (re-election) For County Judge— jAS. KIMBELL \ For County Attorney— V. B. HAYES For County Cierk— ALP MILLS ■g . For Sheriff— JOE GRESHAM For Treasurer— ADRIAIm C. ODOM-(re-election) For Tax Collwctor— C. S. COOKERLY (re-election) For 'I'ax Assessor— W. R. FAUGHT (re-elecetion) For Commissioner Preeinrt 4— J H FORREST For Justice of the Peace, Beat 4— J. W. HINCHELOE .'re-election) For Constable, Precinct 4— WALLACE J. HANCOCK ' Henry Unfried the Nominee. The friends of Henry Unfried being satisfied that he is the legal nominee /V for Sheriff of Limestone County, and V tha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 September 1902

i «M> BSxSMilMP <>> WE«- ®3^?3 Bj-rjtCT*- a. 3 LET US SAVE YOU ENOUOI I 13; .* 1 <3 If? itu'i !*;« B2 u.« tawJ -jr^jHipr.. "T?- -gsf:': j—rr^TBrpijiTT-^iaj!^jfnr3Eiajafaafari5Jsiei3i^ia,^jajKi"SELJsi^i(P!a'EraiEiaosiS;aai^iaiaiasMjiaiLaiarsi^ia'aE®ja'aeirc3fMsiM3>i@j^i^ii3i^isisns On your Fall buying to bu1 ' §! that S mething Nice for th J 1 house that every housekeeper | has been promising herself yeai ^ § after year. •. Coj JUDGMENT IN BUYING HONESTY IN SELLING Makes our store the best place to do your trading. | por something that will furnish you a rare value at a rarely small price, turn your H5EEISf5J2M5IL flH3frBfo* Tif^ff\ifr?i3ifgiafiT3f^f^yia|yafTD|piffafigiisi steps this way. You'll note the advantages we offer in accommodation, prompt service and reliability, but there's no way to § explain to you so fully and comprehensively as to have you try us in a few of your transactions and let us convince you | with actual experience. Our hunting for gco£ value...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 September 1902

XLo save biw Igfebtflo tnivTRigbt^u? of lie V - v Spenirj^our flfione^ HSlisely; wben You're buying/buy I DON'f LHT A SINGLE PRICE ESCAPE YOU LOOK OVER THESE PRICES CAREFULLY DRESS GOODS. Biggest line of best cali- coes at 5c a yard. Big line of pretty per- cales at 7 Yi to 10 cents. Best madras shirting, elsewhere worth 15c, our price i2^c. Nice line of outings at 5, 7and ioc. Best chambry, all colors worth 10c at 8*£c. "" Best dress ginghams at niio cts. Very pretty line of novelty skirt goods at 50c yard. Yard wide taffeta silk, worth $1.25 at $1.00. NOTIONS. Paper pins at ic. Hair pins ic. J. J. Clark's spool thread at 2^c. Extra good pearl buttons per dozen 5c. Envelopes worth 10 cts package at 5c. Good pencils 6 for 5c. Good toilet soap at 25c dozen. Extra good soap, large bafS7 3 for 10c. Perrs unseen ted soap 15. Pears Scented s o a p , worth 25c at 20c. Scissors, good ones, at 25 and 50 cts. ■!^Best darning cptton, black and white, 3 for 5 ;. Nice line perfumes and toilet p...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 September 1902

HP ' v\ • Hf m I £ I I I> , p flMW^'-«W8 Wa$g ~ 71 I: Htsi Published every Friday br " The Herald Printing Co., N. P. HOUX, President and Manager. Subscription, per year $1.00 Entered at tlie postofflce at Mexla, Tex., as second class mall matter WEXfA, TEX., SEPT. 2(5,. 1902. Donley county is the las? county to go dry, while Precinct 5 in Grayson county remains dry by a good majority. Just so long as men deem it bravely to tote a popgun in de- Sance of the law so long will the kabit be in vogue. Humanity is prone to do those things which nature and law requires it to ab- stain from.—Bastrop Vidette. Alabama republicans have de- aided to shut out the negro in future and have a white man's party. The negro has brought Shis state of affairs on himself By selling his vote and thus dis- gracing the ballot. on the Parti itage who made a for tube. Through his efforts a home of retreat for veterans of the French stage is being established. A fine property ha3 been bought near Meaux, in ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 September 1902

—- NAME OP OWNER. ■Pee©? mm p m- 7 LAND. Z err % o ORIGINAL GRANTEE. 25 o > a 3 TOWN LOTS. STATE TAX I? < 't a G a> COUNTY TAXES 00 > a B- i I c^ £ 0^ 0 JM X i : l [ Norrls, J. W. & LilUan H Outr, T. I Parker, Starley Petty, J. P ! Pay ton, F. P..' Phillips, A. L Phillips, Chas Phillips, Lonnle Plunkett, Mrs. L. A IPolkP, E. D Pol Re, tui Polke, E. I) •Prager, M .. Procter, W. F Randall, Jack Beeves, W. J Rhodes, D. I Richardson, J. H Riley, T. J Riley, T. J Riley, T. J Roarch, J. H Roblson, L Upblspn, Harriet Rogers, Alva ? Ross, Scott Rucker, Selvia Rumbeck, E. M Shelton Bertie Sims & Sims Simmon?, C. L Slaughter, A. 1-* Smith, Mrs. I. M Sowders, J. A Stephens, J. M Stewart, Jerry Stone, J. L Stokes, J. J Tuekner, Aug Y Trice, M. T Vesta!, O. II Wagner, L. K ■-Wallace. J. W, Walling. J. D Wadford, H Watson. Willie & M. E Wayland. J. C Westbroolc, Westley White, W. M White, A. F White. A. F Williams, W. H Williams, W. H Williams, W. H Williams, D. C Williams...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 September 1902

; : t ^ s Tremendous Power of Explosive. Trance has soon red the patent nights of a new nitroglycerin powder 'vkieit It is contended will send a rifle Inflict seven and one-half miles and Ifcerease the artillery range eighteen Miles- Added to Rich Man's Wealth. The father of Ian Malcolm, M. P., :wft© has just married Miss Jeanne SSangtry, recently succeeded to the -Bftlnable Scotch estates of Poltaloch Mi the death of Lord Malcolm. Cultivation of the Orchid. An authority on the orchid says an amateur cultivator often fails, not so jancti through want of.-attention, but tikzongh overattention and a disregard ■rfsmmre and her laws. Lady Henry Somerset's Visit. f/tdy Henry Somerset expects to jet'I: for New York Sept. 26. Unable Co remain long in this country, she has jifesdged herself to few engagements aeroiiil the national convention of ®t.e Woman's Christian Temperance 3faC<oa at Portland, Me. She will vis- it Montreal, Washington and Boston, !te each of which cities she will de...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 September 1902

I $S I km I ■ '.""ts?":"" )'ii i"i 'T ■foilHI Nnw :al ant> personal. | *H'' .v 'l — ■,j. Miss Eulah fortham. . Mitchell is in 11 2 ' p Ijlp-to-date line of shirts ^ ^ at McCorkle's, Mexia. ' Miss Jna Roberts is visiting • friends in Dallas. l: Mrs. C.yde Thomas has been on fH; the s'ck list for several days. ^ "W. C, Hpivfty has returned from a few days stay at Wootan Wells. Mrs. J. H. O'Neal and children have returned from Wortham. IKe Kamsler ha1? returned from a business visit in San Antonio. For bargains in Hats and Shoes, see H T Mc- Corkle, Mexia. Capt. W. F. Roberts has re- turned from tho lower end of the C.0 Jtity. W. P. lJainwater is again con- fin -d tv h:s bed and ii c •:: l quite sick. Mrs J. W. David and little daughter, of Oorsicuna, ara visit- ing relatives hr-re. ' Mrs. Poo 3 lea, roturned Tuesday "TVjts, ?raoon from a weed's visit to relatives m Qroosbeck. Charlie. jviaho:,ey, who has been in Cohirado all tho summer, has returned t) his honie near town. McCorkle...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 September 1902

% m la otir troubles, bat in Hunt's caw (or Itch, Tetter, Ring worm. I taking Pitas and eczema. Guaranteed at all druggist Frank Smith has returned from CorbicaiiH. Swapping Lies Is practiced, but don't swap oil Hunt's Lightning Oil for a worthless article Ask your druggist or merchant far n free sample bottle. m Mrs. John Simmons Sumlayed in YVortham. We Can't Tell a Lie When we say there is no shaking of bottleu, no liking of ? peons, no wry facss whan Cheatham's Laxative Chill Tab- lets are used 25cts. No cure- -no pay. m W. L. Murphy has returned from Beaumont. To Cure Dyspepsia and indlgeslon Sour Stomach or Heart jurn, take Rex dyspepsia tablets. All druggists are authorized to refund money if they fail to cure. Price 50 cents per package. At Kemp's Drug Co. y K. 1\ Kennedy spent Sunday in GroesoecK. To Cure AUIaria in Four D ays Take Quinoria. All druggists are authorized t.j refund the money in any case of chills, fever or malaria it fails to cure. Price 50c per package. Sol...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 September 1902

- ^ .. .,^ •'•-•• *•-- • •' SBR 5 ' Sow to yiad out, ottle or common glass with your ! let It stand twenty-four hours; a sediment or set- tling indicates an I unhealthy condi- tion of the kid- neys; if it stains your linen it is evidence of kid- ney trouble; tor frequent desire to pass it or pain in b,™ the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad- der are out of order. What to Do. There is comfort in the knowledge so ■often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every i^lsh in curing rheumatism, pain In the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary passage. It corrects Inability <o hold water and scalding pain in passing ' it, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day, and to get up many times during the night. The mild and the extra- ordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It stands the highest for its won...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 September 1902

I UK L . Ml mm§ Every Department Filled With New Fresh Goods Bought from First Hands for the spot cash/thus enabling us to save our customers the Middle Mans profits. Buying in large quanities for five big stores we secure our merchandise at the lowest possible prices, we are jubilent this season over the splendid values our Buyer has secured for us and submit a few prices here as an earnest of the many splendid bargains we have to offer in every department. MILLINERY-- ' We take a just pride in this department and carry as handsome a line of shapes, trimmings, ribbons and velvets as can be found in larger cities, and with competant trimmers we can produce the most becoming creations. All the novelty in ready to wear hats for Ladies and Hisses at lowest prices. A complete line of Ladies muslin underwear will be found in this department. W0'. " y'?-/' • •' ipH: Wh St v< t ' li' STAPLES. 2500 yards Cotton Flannel at 0 cents. Good drill back cotton flannel at 13c. Heavy drill back b...

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