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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 2 July 1891

THE PHILIPSBUETR MAIL. 8OCIETIEB. A. F. & A. M. FLINT CREEK LODGE, NO. 11." Regular communications every second and fourth Saturdays of each month. Visitine brothers are cordially invited to attend. JOHN AINSLEY, w. M. G.V. SHERMAN. Sec'v R. A. M. HOPE CHAPTER NO..10. on first and third Fridays of each month. Sojourning companions are cordially invited. E. O. ACGERMAN, H. P. G. V. SBBaeANr. Secretary. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. PHILIPSBUBG LODGE, NO. 20. Meets every Tuesday evening at 8:00 o'clock in Masonic Hall. All visiting brothers are cordially invited to attend meetings. L. W. 8HODAIR, C. C. W. F. IR.vNe. K. of R. and S. A. O. U. W. SILVER STATE LODGE NO. a6. every Monday at Masonic Hall at 8 o'clock. Sojourning brothers cordially invited to attend. WILL YENTER, M. W. DAvID SIMaMONS, Recorder. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. T. G. HEINE, M. D. Calls at Day or Night will be Promptly Attended. Special attention paid the diseases of the eye and ear, and the fitting of glasses. SANSOME STREET. H...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 2 July 1891

FAIR OF PHILIPSBURG The Leading Wholesale and Retail Dealer in General Ji erchandise of the Flint Creek District. THE FOLLOWING ARE THE DIFFERENT DEPARTMENTS: First Department Consists of Dry Goods, embracing Dress Goods, in Foreign and Domestic Fabrics, in Woolens and Silks. Second Department Consists of Fancy Goods, Laces and Silks, Spanish Gepure and Shantilion. An endless variety in all the very latest novelties in the market. Third Department Notions, Buttons, Etc. Fourth Department Carpets, Linoleum, Mattings, Widow Trimmings in Lace and Holland Shades; also the largest variety of Wall Paper in the county. In fact everything in the House Furnishing Line at Bottom Prices. Fifth Department Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes. Mr. Nolan is the head salesman for the above department. Sixth Department Men's, Youths' and Boys' Fine Clothing, of the best manufacture in New York, and in order to reduce my overstock I will make a 20 per cent. cut on all Summer Clothing. Seventh Depar...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 2 July 1891

Joseph A. Hyde, Pres. J. M. Merrell,VicePres. E.('. Freyschlag, ('ashier. •JOSEPH A. HYDE Banking Co., (INCORPORATED) PHILIPSBURG, MONTANA. Corner Broadway and Sansome. ABOUT TOWN. (George Palmer, of Butte, was in town a day or two during the week. Fred McCourt and Pat Kearns arrived in the 'burg yesterday from Butte. Jas. Patten returned home this week from a trip to the Flathead country. Our California letter is among the articles worthy of perusal in this issue. Mrs. L. O. Kelley and children, from l)rummond, spent last Sunday in town. Mrs. J. T. Quigley accompanied her hlusasnd on his recent trip to this place. Born-In Black Pine, Montana, June 30, 1891, to the wife of Fred Sherman, a son. P. Towey, the express messenger, will spend the 4th in Helena. Ask no ques [f is said that a dancing pavilian will 'e pui up at, the grounds for the 4th of .T'1 ti\. .\ilan Mc)onald. Jack WVcch and "{·'ir !0all ltisc: r went over to lHJelena "4,ihl'ay morning on business. Mi.ss Al ic McC(artne...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 9 July 1891

THE PHILTPSBURG MAIL. ao VOL. V. NO. 24. PHILIPSBURG, DEER LODGE COUNTY, MONTANA: THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1891. PRICE 10 CENTS I . - - - . . WATCH THIS SPACE :©@©:@:@ FOR @:@:@:@: 8tartlingq Annollncmenl Next Week Win. WEINSTEIN STAR LAUNDRY WASHING, IRONING AND DYEING NEATLY DONE. PRICES REASON ABLE AND SATISFACTION GUAR aNTEED. ýl. STEINBERG, PROPRIETOR S ESTD 193 0L ý Wilson Bros. Dealers in Oats, JaQ, Grain, Bran FURNITURE Carpets, PictUres, Mirrors, Etc. . - Lower Broadway THOMAS S. SMITH, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Groceries and Provisions Furnishing Goods, Hardware, Tinware, Etc. PHILIPSBURG - - MONTANA. THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL NOW HAS Three Fine Steam Job Presses And we are now prepared to do all kinds of Job Printing with neat .itss and dispatch and at as reasonable prices as any house in the state. t ALLISON & SHERMAN, THE LEADING FURNITURE DEALERS t Carry a Full Line of Furniture ! Chamber Sets, Lounges, r Fancy Chairs, Etc. --+--- in ·eneral Ulndertaklini Business Done W ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 9 July 1891

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. M. H. BRYAN. JO X. BRYAN. T. C. CONGDON. BRYAN BROS. & CONGDON, Propr's. M. H. BRYAN, EDITOR AND MANAGER SUBSCRIPTION RATES: O.ie year, in advance................ .................00 Paid at expiration of year ............... 4 00 Six months, in advance ................. 2 00 Three month-...................................... 15 Local Notices 15 cents per line for lirst inser cion; each subsequent insertion, 10 cents. Professional Cards (% inch) 818 per year. Regular advertisements payable monthly. Transient advertisements payable in advance. Anyone failing to receive the MAIL regular ly should notify us promptly by postal card. Any person taking this paper can have the same discontinued without trouole by notify ing us and paying up all arrears. Entered at the postoffice at Philipsburg. Deer Lodge county. Montana, as second class matter for transmission through the mails. THURSDAY........................JULY 9, 1891 While Philipsburg can only be quoted as ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 9 July 1891

HOW GOODS ARE SOLD AT A LOSS. The Profit Comes in on the First Lot and tbe Remainder Is Closed Out. We were talking with a leading up :.own retailer a few days since whose :rnuial sales run up into the millions, and among other questions came up the one of "drives" or special bargains. 7How is it." we asked, "that you peo ple can every now and then advertise :ud sell some line of garments or fab rics or articles at prices which, on the face of them. show a heavy loss on the eaSt of the manufaceture itself?" The merchat smilingly replied: "With the enorimous outlet which a business such as ours affords we are in a position to handle quantities which woutld staggr the average retailer. For instazne. we closed out for cash 2,180 ilk umbrelhla, all the stock of one of the smaller manufacturers, who needed rash for the time being more than he lid the umbrellas. The price, as you muay readily understand;'was a low one or we would not have closed the bargain. "he g~:,ods we placed in stock...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 9 July 1891

OUR GRANITE PAGE. (GRAX\ITE, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1891. Fourth of *July in Granite was a gala day. The sun rose bright and indications pointed to a very fine day for the sports that were to follow. About 11 o clock a procession formed in front of the Miners' Union hall, with J. E. Cleary as marshal of the day, at the head, followed by the band, playing national airs. The line of march was down Main street to the Bi Metallic hoist and up to the Granite, thence down Broadway, up main to the hall and disbanded. About 2 o'clock the drilling contest and other sports com menced. There were twelve teams con testing for the prizes. Below is a list of the winners, with depth of holes made, and prizes: First prize, Weigenstein & Ryan, 31% inches, 8125; second prize, Jeffrey & Harris, 31% inches,S110; third prize, Hickey & Smith, 31 inches, $50; fourth prize, Callard & Bellam, 30 9-16 inches, $50 and gold watch; Page & O'Neil, 30 7-16 inches. George McLeod won the sto...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 9 July 1891

THE CASPIAN CHANGING ITS LEVEL. .tt thie 1leinning of the Christian Era It \:I jLel with the Orea:n. T _:" Catpian sea lies eighty-five feet hlýw the h vwl of the Black sea, and is ;,.r _rea.e't bodhy of water in the world lyin_ ( ,lie 1ie lea level. it is remark Ubi, no ;inly foai r this fact. but for the thaes t hrave oceurred in its level. t i;.the F irst century of our era there :no doubt that the level of the sea tood eighty-five feet above its present horizon, and of course spread over a vastly inure extensive area than at present. The Russian ITeographical society hal s printed a treatise, written by N. M. Philipof. on these remarkable changes of level. Since the early part ,f:the Christian era ageneral and grad al d]ecline of the level of the sea has taken place. In the Eighteenth century, nowever. thnre appear to have been a few periods when the level rose. From the ihginning of the present century there hais been a fall. but since 1865, judging fronm recrnt observations, t...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 9 July 1891

ABOUT TOWN. Edward Herman made a trip to Helena Monday. E. O. Pennell was a visitor in Helena last Monday. Wick-(ed man) why don't you take that cotton out of your horn. Joseph A. Hyde, the banker, spent the Fourth in Deer Lodge with his family. Frank Hume packed his caynse Mon day morning and started on a prospect ing tour in the north range. Dr. T. G. Heine has been appointed as company physician for the Combination Mining and Milling company of Black Pine. Mrs. W. J. Matthews came over from Anaconda last Friday to spend the fourth with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hammond. The Philiusburg steam laundry will be put in operation next Monday with a complete force of exerienced hands to do the best kind of work. Frank Maxedon received some injuries while unloading some lumber last Thurs day that compelled him to go about on crutches during the Fourth. Paul A. Fusz, of St. Louis, one of the heavy stockholders in the Granite and Bi-Metallic companies, paid his respects to our camp dur...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 9 July 1891

i.WING( FOR A BRIDE. Three Lively Railroad Races for a Farmer's Daughter. :.n, the line of the Santee railroad 1 .nm'n were better known than S, "rkins and Jack Smith. the only .,, ..r ilconductrs the road found it ,.r; to employ. Every man and ::i, n the route watched for the fa :,:r trains. and when the mail passed , min the morning each station lounger ,- ready to shout "*lIello. Billy." while ., never missed greeting .lack in the ::: !ilanner an hour or two later, when :a..sed in the opposite direction. In e: .vening when the trains returned • genial ticket-punchers again re .-xived ovations at each stopping place. Iv:e n the passengers were apparently a.1~ ,luaintdl with the conductors, for 1-eo went their rounds each traveler d havei siome remark to make or ,,:: sly- inquiry about Bob Yocum's i. whicih would b)ring color to the SI.f,, the otficias. To a Northern .n.Ur' it soun(ded ludicrous to hear e unif arted youths (neither was ,:, than twenty-three) addressed as ::11n I:il...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 9 July 1891

Joseph A. Hyde, Pres. J. M. Merrell,VicePres. E.C. Freyschlag, Cashier. JOSEPH A. HYDE Banking Co., (INCORPORATED) PHILIPSBURG, MONTANA. Corner Broadway and Sansome. ABOUT TOWN. Boz---In Philipsburg. Montana. June 2". 1891, to the wife of A. A. Wetterstrom. a son. The ladies' Kindergarten society will meet at the residence of Mrs. Wm. Ray at 4 o'clock Friday afternoon. Mrs. T. H. Morse. of Drummond. spent the Fourth in Philipsburg with her (laughter. Mrs. C. N. Childs. Ed. Wilhelm. the Granite jeweler and watch maker, come down to the circus with his little son Wednesday. Hanley & Coleman have leased the saloon owned and occupied by Alderman John PRains and will hereafter continue bnsiness in that stand, to be known as the St. Louis brewery. McMahon's circus drew quite a crowd of people in town yesterday. Two per formances were given, one in the after noon and one in the evening, and they were greeted by a large attendance on both occasions. BoR--In Granite, Montana, July 1, 189...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 16 July 1891

N THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. OL. . NO. 25. PHILIPSBURG, DEER LODGE COUNTY, MONTANA: THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1891. PRICE, 10 CENTS. Mi-S mm er Glearanc 8ae18! To The Public. l aving a n overstock of Summer Goods on hand, I am determined to close them out at any price rather than to carry them over. To con vince you that I mean it: 15 cent Shallies now at 10 cents. Satteens, former price 20 cents, now 10 cents. 10 cent Shallies reduced to 6 cents. Also a general reduction of 10 per cent. on all White Goods. Now is your time to buy. Border and Lace Silk Wraps-a 20 per cent. cut on them. I have the largest and cheapest line of White Muslin Underwear in this county, direct from the factories. I have marked the prices away down on all Summer Clothing and Furnishing Goods Now is your time to get a cheap suit of clothes. Remember that my reduction is not on paper. Come and Convince Yourself. Mail orders respectfully solicited and promptly attended to. RESPECTFULLY, Win. WEINSTEIN STAR LAUNDRY WASHING...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 16 July 1891

THE PHILIPSBUIJEU AIL. ISS'LTlm EveTR TYE M. H. BRYAN. JO X. BRYAN. T. C. CONGDON. BRYAN BROS. & CONGDON, Propr's. M. H. BRYAN, EDITOR AND MANAGER SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One year, in advance....................$3 00 Paid at expiration of year................ 4 00 Six months, in advance ...............2 00 Three months .......................... 1 25 Local Notices 15 cents perline for first inser dlon; each subsequent insertion, 10 cents. Professional Cards (% inch) $18 per year. Regular advertisements payable monthly. Transient advertisements payable in advance. Anyone failing to receive the MAIL regular ly should notify us promptly by postal card. Any person taking this paper can have the same discontinued without trouble by notify ing us and paying up all arrears. Entered at the postoffice at Philipsburg, Deer Lodge county, Montana, as second class matter for transmission through the mails. THURSDAY.......................JULY 16, 1891 We express our thanks to the journahstic frat...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 16 July 1891

LtJI ,,; 1AeLE M/ ilVEL. wonderful OIlii'i inc"ess on a Rural ilorose-Car Line. S\f, u;t Th0 "ruest accommodating . ,. : lint " ever struck." said a ii::n in re ailing-room of a big ,,i,. other '\veninr to a New York ",,"r t. .". -is in a little hamlet , :( a' unty, a Me. The place ,,, ):in mre than six hundred :.i: . Iall told. But it has a fac i,, intortance in summer time. be -• the' 1aine Chautauqua Union ,.!ds its annual as.r itlvy there. The :,,lin." st<ckl of tl t' L; tr( ,.+,nsistsof three ,non hr . r.::,r and a com :,rt:al, t ! , " i:: .r. A unique . it transports , ., ii n_', ., charging' .:nn or nwarious.' Of a, - that there is -.,, ,, ri nrol :."ry a',out t :!ese cars . ; c,.,le in a city street-car, :,: :talf a block away and ..,, it. . Th( c:,ndiuctor knows i ::nd cv rybay knows him. in ! ] 'nial ehasmexists between and : official. Not only does , . 't --:,, in front of each passenger's .:.. t if he happens to have any ' _: ht' driv;er leisurely ties up his : i- :n-...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 16 July 1891

GRANITE GLEANINGS. Quite a little sensation was manifested on the streets Saturday afternoon by our local editor, who was running around the streets looking for a left-handed monkey-wrench. It seems that some parts of the press needed adjusting,which could not be done with an ordinary wrench, and the printers prevailed on the editor of the Star to try his hand in finding the necessary implement for ad justing a left-handed nut on the press. Our worthy and willing friend went the whole lengthof Main street in order to find the tool; but not finding it in any of the different places of business which he went into, he was compelled to go to a left-handed machinist at the Granite works, where he was informed that the tool was let out to a left-handed barber who wanted to tighten a left-handed screw on his razor. Newton Beers appeared at the Miners Union hall last r'riday, Saturday and Sunday nights. Mr. Beers is an artist of great ability. "Lost m London" and "Enoch Arden" are two very ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 16 July 1891

FHE MUSKRAT'S INTUITION. Ae a Weather Prophet He Can Give Points to General Greeley. Judsc. Rockwell, of Wapping, has %:nce in the meteorological nw.-ion, c festive muskrat, and cer :ly has some reason for his faith, y.- a Connecticut correspondent of the Nw York Sun. lie believes that a ::krat can foresee cold weather and '.,,,,ts three or four days in advance with "at :ore accuracy than General Greeley w -ith all his expensive weather bu She muskrat is an odd animal, who S.:ds his house in the shallow water of . ,ond or morass late in the fall, and his .a iIsonal comfort binges on his ability to f.retell what the weather is going to o,n" a: long range. lie must know when , ,:t. up his comical mud hut just :, avr the February and spring : ,-" ill be. so that the top chamber ;': hu.se will be out .)f the wet when freshet. swirl about it. On sunny in winter when the waters of the ;, :.s are free of ice. the muskrat claws ,: the subaqueous door of his dwell and goes drifting about the...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 16 July 1891

THE CASPIAN CHANGING ITS LEVEL At the Beginning of the Christian Era Ii Was Level with the Ocean. The Caspian sea lies eighty-five feet below the level of the Black sea, and is the greatest body of water in the world lying below the sea level It is remark able not only for this fact, but for the changes that have occurred in its level. About the First century of our era there is, no doubt that the level of the sea stood eighty-five feet above its present horizon, and of course spread over a vastly more extensive area than at present. The Russian Geographical society has printed a treatise, written by N. M. Philipof, on these remarkable chbnges of level. Since the early part ofthe Christian era ageneral andtgrad nal decline of the level of the sea has taken place. In the Eighteenth century, however, there appear to have been a few periods when the level rose. From the beginning of the present century there has been a fall, but since 1865, judging from recent observations, the level h...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 16 July 1891

T I HLIPSIBIJRGCT MAIL. THE DEEPEST BORING. *e HRet of Deep 1L IDm to th Holten Core of the Uhe*h. The workmen in the deepest in.es of Europe swelter in ahmost intda beat, and yet they have never pene ted over one seven- sandth part of the distance from the smrace to the center of the earth. In the lower levels of the Comstock mines the men fought scalding water, and could labor only three or four hours at a time until the .atro tunnel pierced the nines-and drew off some of the terrible heat, which had stood at 120 degs. The deepest boring ever made, that at 8perenberg, near Berlin, penetrates only 4,172 feet, about 1,000 feet deeper than the famous artesian well at St. Louis. While borings and mines re veal to us only a few secrets relating solely to the temperature and constitu tion of the earth for a few thousand feet below the surface, we are able, by means of volcanoes, to form some no tion of what is going on at greater depths. There have been many theories about the causes of...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 16 July 1891

Joseph A. Hyde, Pres. J. M. Merrell,VicePres. E. C. Freyschlag, Cashier. JOSEPH A. HYDE Banking Co., (INCORPORATED) PHILIPSBIURG, MONTANA. Corner Broadway and Sansome. ABOUT TOWN. Mrs. Jennie Finnegan arrived in town last Sunday. James Carten started out on a pros. pecting trip this m-orning. Miss Nancy Lake is spending a vaca tion with relatives in Virginia. Henry Shuh has returned from college to spend the summer vacation at home. Rev. F. W. Oram is in Missoula this week, the guest of Rev. Lindel of that city. Born, in Granite, Montana, Saturday, July 11, 1891, to the wife of H. Livings ton, a son. horn, in Granite, Montana, Sunday, July 12, 1891, to the wife of John Hawke, a daughter. George Winninghoff has returned from Helena, where he was employed during the past winter. Born, in Granite, Montana, Sunday, July 12, 1891, to the wife of Harry Ed wards, a daughter. W. L. Hollingsworth, engineer at the Bi-Metallic mill, has recovered from his recent severe illness. A. Wyman has ha...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 23 July 1891

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. 1OL. V. NO. 26. PHILIPSBURG, DEER LODGE COUNTY, MONTANA: THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1891. PRICE, 10 CENTS. Mid-S1mmer Blearanae 8ale To The Public. 11,,ill g ani overstock of Summer Goods on tIjml(i. I am determined( to close them out at any h,r.ice.tl rnr than to carry them over. To con ..ill you that I mean it: 15 cen.t Slhillies O(w at 10 cents. AN tt(eens. foirmer price 20 cents, now 10 cents. 10( (c(t Slhallies reduced to 6 cents. Also a general reduction of 10 per cent. on all VWhite (Goods. Now is your time to buy. Border and Lace Silk Wraps-a 20 per cent. cut on them. I have the largest and cheapest line of White Muslin Underwear in this county, direct from the factories. I have marked the prices away down on all Summer Clothing and Furnishing ,oods Now is your time to get a cheap suit of clothes. Remember that my reduction is not on paper. ('onme and Convince Yourself. Mail orders respectfully solicited and promptly attended to. RESPECTFULLY, Wm. WEINSTEIN STA...

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