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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 November 1898

Grand Clearing Salel We will posltlvelu sell at Gosi to January I. Twenty-two Thousand Dollars worth of Dry Goods, Notions, Hoots and Shoes, Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods. W'e will make a change in our business on January 1st. For this sale every- thing is marked in plain figures with red ink. Call early before the assortment becomes broken. •3% iti iti jTV jTa ITI /Ti •!% TJT TJT v V V V V V h|erbst & Windhauser). .J ú.r¿ nriWií M S PEOPLE YOU KNOW. í Dr. Sparks. of Hix. was in town Thu rwda v. lion Bell h..s ln'on on the sick list this week. R. W. BroadduH was in l.ryan *ov r*l davs ths week. Rev. JefT l>. R i\ spent several davs in Dallas tin-* week. Fred Do (its* h and Joi* Maresh visited Somerviile Sund.t). John Parker, of the lira ¿os bot- tom, \v « m town Tuesday. M. C. Barnett, «• f Snner\ ille. visited h s family this week. K P. Gilchrist, "i Hi\. was in town on bus;ne-s Thursday. D. I'*. Lvons. of Lvons. was in town Wed ñenday on business, John ('. Jones went...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 November 1898

wBSPfe1''1 vis BUt m fe- m ¡íS'^ Piwetz Building, jd tm Rust & Joiner, WE PRINT newspapers, pam. phlets, catalogues, briefs. blanks, cou- pon books, notes. mortgages, letter heads. note heads. bill heads. cards, envelopes. and all kinds of printed supplies** a: a;a*we print everything** r* üTí ^ ut «y tm tm Uk <u ^ «tO ^ sy Pi inl WE WANT YOUR JOB PRINT* ING, AND IF YOU WANT NEAT, ARTISTIC, STYLISH WORK, WE WILL BE SURE TO GET ITJfcAXWE ARE DOING NOTHING BUT FIRST-LASS WORK, AND INVITE A COMPARISON BETWEEN OUR PRINTING AND THE VERY BEST AAAAWE WILL TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN SHOWING OUR SAMPLES, QUOTING PRICES, AND FILLING YOUR ORDERSJVJVJVA, XA m* m* m* tm fc? *ú m* Fí o | k* ^ ^ j V *U ' m* tm WE PUBLISH the CALDWELL NEWS-CHRONICLE, the largest and best weekly paper ever published in burleson county, containing the in* teresting news of the city. county. state. and world at large.A>AAAA Printers AND Publishers. Pi kl i * " W * Caldwell RUSSIAN RURAL LIFE. firiui isl Piuut la...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 November 1898

fraace'a I Houston Po-t. The determination of the French court of caaaatfon to re- open the Dreyfu* cane, hHowh tj,al ¡t is still possible to reach the hijfh authorities in France with an appeal for justice, in Hpitf «Í the corrupt politics of the d«y a,,d rc'tfn °f elfi*h in- iriifuc. It can hardly be doubted that when the case is thoroughly ex- ginined by the court, answering aomewhat as the supreme courts in this country, the decision of the military tribunal* will be re- versed and the penalty suspend- ed. Possibly, for the good order of Pari*. and as a matter of high policy generally. Dreyfus will be exiled from France, but the pris Mimas or roa. *Yee> t'waa with Dewey." "Oh, haw interesting!" "Ye*, two years before the war.—N. Y. Ledger. Spiritual Strain.—"It*3 good dis- cipline to save money." "Yes; ouie- body always- finds it out and borrows iC'—t' 1 j icago lleco rd. "Hilly met a mad hull in an open lot yesterday." "Which got the heat cf tnc game.''" "Oh, it was a tot* u...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 4 November 1898

PII Stories of tb« Street. mmmmMMHMMmmmmMMM —People from all part of the county report stock water rather acarce. —Quite a crowd of young- peo- ple enjoyed last Thursday even- ing at Mrs. Stuart's. —There was a dance at Mrs. Struwe's last Monday night, which was well attended from this city. —All of the boys of Co. K, Riche's immunes, are now at borne to stay, having been mus- tered out of service last week. —Hcrbst & Windhausen have a large ad on page 13 in this issue of the News-Chronicle. Our readers should peruse it and heed the hint given therein. —Notice changes in the ads of J. F. Cobb, £. O. Jannett, Worn- ble & McArthurand the Grange Store. Thev all have something of interest to say to you. —A case of diphtheria was brought to town yesterday, be- ing a child of August Skopik, of Second Creek. The child was very bad off yesterday evening, and will probably die. —A crowd of sports went out to the flagpond near Buffalo Camp Ground, Saturday, in search of ducks. We hear...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 November 1898

It J «A* • r«- «4 4" t r«ti, $ PA0B8| 3 niiíiip'i-?wn>" i' • on*'aim is the r. he at est urn spit to THfc karmkks and work i no peopee of burleson county. . SJSSSSU VOL. XIX CALDWELL, COUttfTY. TEXAS, FfiiDAY, N< WÍCMBER'l 1, 1898. NQ, 36. •+tr the lafqest vote ever cast in bur leson county for the dem/ ocratic nominees Burleson's Majority will be Over One Thousand. Sayers Vote May Reach Twenty "seven Hundred and Goodlett and Tate for Legislature will have Nice Majorities, The election last Tuesday passed off very quietly, only a little interest being taken in the battle except by the comity candidate*, as it was evidently a walkover for the democratic nominee . It has been absolutely impossible to get anything like complete returns, and many of those brought in are for county offices only. The indications are that Sayer- will re- ceive al*>ut 2500 votes, the Ciibbs vote being so insignificant as not to require a compar- ison. Wash Jones is badly snowed under in Burleson co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 November 1898

3. CALDWELL NEWS-CHIORICLE. (•«ted Every Prtdav Moealaa in (IS BE INANKfU. Havk you eggs or chickens for •ale? If so, read our ads and hriag them to town. If you have •ose, raise some. tw. people of Burleson county to feel proud of the Caldwell *h hosicls* foe h i - Hie beat itry paper In Yexaa. It is a geno- Valley Democrat. WiWam McKialey, president of the United States by the grace of God and Mark Hanna's money, baa issued a proclamation invit- ing us to lay aside all considera- tions of worldly affairs on the, 24th day of this month, and give thanks «to Almighty God for all the blessings He has vouchsafed to aa during the past year. He particularly requests us to give ; thanks for the «continued pros- parity of the people. The ad- verb «continued, in this connec- I WILL DOUBLE MY STOCK For (he Pail and Winter trade. My goodi ara arriving now, and will he until the Holidays. Come and look orar my Hock. Of every ¿•scrip* O O £ i> - <¡1 Sk.. fc o z o *• in «y •ad all Um fad* ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 November 1898

The Spiritual Man. xxxxx BY REV. JEFF D. RAY. ; «■> •«> < Cuba u we Find it. „v jrstiN o. rvvton, i>. t>. \\\, reached Havana at 1 a. ifl< Thursday. The light of Morro castle Hashed its rays upon our natli The street lamps of Ha- vana shone in the distance. I Coul<l not sleep. Iremembered the Maine. The fact that our fleet went upaod down for weeks here and nevei* fired a Ron. nor an- swered the indignities cast upon ug,stirred my heart. Month are gone, and Spain is yet in posses- sion. Morning came. The yellow fla>f «d Spain was kissed by the rising sun. The stars and stripes were nowhere insight. We dis- embarked and at 7 oVlock reach- ed hotel Inglaterra. It was Span- ish in everything and every- where. Cubans, seeing that we were Americans, came and ex- pressed their regret that the ad- ministration was slow. Spanish ftddiers are everywhere. Span- ish officers proud, overbearing, full <d hatred of Americans till the txtarding houses, crowd the horse ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 November 1898

' «' «w .. £i l* ¡MP* fc?«- ■ ..>.'y,. l « :í yH?~ ■í* '# MM 5,'' -J '' P lí :1 *r * mi mur. NEWS-CHRONICLE.. I If Lieutenant Hobaon, whe still in Washington, has any i JOliiff. ftffer* «*/ FfpritHrt. the superstition which most 4« the South h{ 1 l" ave iterad in th« Carroll pnntoflcr at *ec- he probably regards himself "'as •■Uwmatt,r, ^ i ¿}>' j i . rjiaviiif been hoodooed. He had Ihumi rret^ridav'&itU.' " hardly recovered from the knock- down given hi in at the navy de- sovisriaiNe saves. slur ml* on« twenty <<aU Inch; two tiiKfrtlouo tlilrt.v-llv « rt-nU 1 Inch: uno nonti |l\i; •■«•ni por loeh. li rat# * «• v« n ind nne*h lf ct'nt per Jr t luMTiion utni Dm1 ct'iiu per lm« i subnequuut I inert Ion Ituarlcv curditvl thank una notice of UtlnniPiit* irlveu fur reUf ImusjnI imb- I or cliurltubla purpose ! i« JiVlf N#>* II nolle*,. I>f kind* íl.a> pér hundred flriit Iiimtilita an<1 #0 cents iwr hoo* word* each kiumnx^ui'IiI iiikerti<ni. Positively no red...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 November 1898

> mm puHKi ihh ELEC' pbsuut8 from bv«hv statb that held elkctions. ml .' • - Tlek*t UrfM by «00.01*0 AUJurltjr—Hoo . «U UmM In „r*-4>lnlSi TMI Im Nnt Fnu*«t Hill Or (Sov.nwr Joseph «• * yr of Has- «r«l l.l,ui. : ;int Go vcrnor-Jaines - N. jjraw i< a' Potter. At wrupy General Thomas 8. Smith of Hill Mud Comtui**iouer —George W. i of Tarrant. tp jMiri-r John H. Robbiu* of Wil- barger- iohíiMioIUt M. W. Fluley of Tra- *1*. .mil i ulendent * f Public lustruc- , 0„ I s. Kendall of Fann.u lUlli id Commbwlouer - Allison * MiytMd of Grayson. .if.* J untie i' of t tie Supreme ( «un Thomas J. Brown of Grayson. .nc Judge of the Court or « rlii ''! Appeal -M. 11. Brook* of Hum. P„rt Worth. Texus, November l .~ At ii o < lock Uuul night S at«- Chair ota H«il, after hearing reporta froiu alt the closet? contested district* III tin tate, "Mil up yesterday's battle of III* ballot* lu Tea a aa followa: "From tin* reiurna a° hand I think UK llk*> <K*M*00 rotea were poblei n jfctUTda...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 November 1898

üpn«p ■■ , • . ■ ■ í as? *, Nil Accctft te tbt AN if PfclÜpplMSe fir KNOWN TfXAN'S DCMSt IP H i, Cm «f wanfi lea** OH* Fumm Away WW a 1Mb tf trtat Activity. Kcciliu Auwtr. The Sptnieh commissioners re- plied to the American demand for the surrender of the Philip- pines in the negative. They held that the United States had no ul- timate rights in the Philippine is- land* and eould hare none aave by the consent of Spain in these negotiations and upon terms sat- isfactory to her. Aecording to the Spaniah contention, in the formal statement the United States entertained no thought of annexing the Philippines when the protocol was signed or it would have been expi eased in the protocol as clearly aa the condi- tions regarding the ceaeion of ter- ritory in the Antilles and the ori- ent. They claim Spain clearly aet forth the maintenance of Spanish authority Qver the Phil- ippiuea shoud not be affected in the protocol, to which reserva- tion the United States at the time made no objection ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 November 1898

£0¡HK' L«ltí I (Washington ('orrMpondent'o.) I .-., <.l« gists asserttliut civilized L(lIll:l„ beings are growing more nt-minded. The average man 0f jut lligetice to-day is nut g , Ml n—not so conscious of hi* ¡ni- ■ luediate cuvironiuent—as lie watt „ fi'iit ury ago. H« «loe mor© thinking tlian he did then, and a tfivuKT part of hi businea* in life £ I,.ft to the pur^'v mcchanhyil hniiu-funetion*. Tin* inventora, always a atop ahead of the requirement* of the liiii,-, are already at work de- vifinv contrivances to summon absent attention. One of the latest of these iii a bracelet that hit an alarm watch attached to it. The wearer, having an en*{ yipciiient at a certain hour, acta ¡ tin* watch, and, when the time arrive#, a little needle-point pri. ks her arm and remind her wf tie' duly to be perform - !. | Tlii* i- only one of the many de- vices for like purposes. Peonía sunt to lie relieved of the trouolei of ( tiling thinga to mind, and that i* one reason why there tire im>...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 November 1898

IV ruoAY Mowim. pv* *5* ralWvflttl _ iSK i ú - httN • hungry Matoofh. to Positive, tot; comparative. fcettor; bitur net. What boom people don't know they are always talking about The beet efforts of the ehaimaher are continually bclaf aat apon. The «an who baa to etruggle (or a living acquire* a superior education. The liquor question staggers the tctenperate man more than any other. All things migbt come to the man •ho welts If starvation didn't get there |1 — Political economy is the art of get ting the most votes for the leant «y. K; A woman should never try to bang her hair by Igniting the powder on her face. widow's husband has been bur- led, but the husband of the grass wid- ow has merely been mislaid. It's sometimes difficult for a girl to tod her ideal man. but she's nearly al- ways willing to accept a substitute. la case the Oregon and the Iowa eaa't go to Manila. Sagaeta ought to give bonds not to intrigue for a Buro- alliance. With sis carloads of cigarettes be- ta! shipp...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 November 1898

It it low <0 p'*' wood. The man who lurt'i It country be*t. best and mo* uueelflahly, love* hla What vate'* The loss of Cuba means to Spain the W of tbe *«rjr sustenauce of tbe na- tion- lo ilio mu way tbe loa* of your appetite meana atarvatloa to your ilo,iv if any reader of Mils nolle* want* to fully eiijojr hearty m.-nlf, w« cuu recommend Hoatetoer'a Stomach Bluer*. It cure# Indigestion, dyspep- til und constipation. Never be afraid of what la good; tb* good 1* always tb* road to what 1* true. Ei ¿very cough males your throat more raw and irritable. Every cough congeals the lining membrane of your lungs. Ceaae tearing your throat and lungs In this wsy. Put the parts at rest snd give them s chance to heel. You vHl need some help to do this, and you KCtffl a Prom the first dose the ulet sod rest begin: the ckJIng lo the throat ceeies; the spssm week* ens; the cough diasp* peers. Do not wslt for pneumonia and con- aumptlon but cut short your ookl without delsy. Ur. A|i1 Chen7 Pee...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 November 1898

DmiIIIII «•«• « bjr Her re*| le~-Th* of Her U«Mn «<nWIm Ago, (Special Letter.) IX years aao tho king and queen or Denmark celebrat- ed their golden weddiuf. The tendaot festivities laated for more than a week and comprised notable event In the annala of royalty. It was a time of rejoicing ard jubilee throughout the country. The demonstrations of the people apr+eg from the alncereat regard and the token* of eateem from abroad were no mere formal offerings made in com- pliance with the requirement! of cus- tom. The love of subject* waa genu- ine, and there la nothing of hypocriay In friendly profeaaiona from the out- •Ide world. Preaenta and congratulatory mes- angea poured In from «very quarter. There were audience*, recepttana. atate dinners, balls nnd n public thankagtv- Ing to which nil the royal peraonages, amha—adnrs and envoy a want In im- ponlng prooeaalon. The aggregate «nina of the glfta waa enormous, yet waa mora highly prlaad by King an and Queen Lonlaa than a wreath au...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 November 1898

OIB tOMS UOOD ANO j TiitoW ml OrtflMl e«d J«|H* "«• « • Witty Xaylag* Tkt SMS IM l "*^ Sbe war bind Horn Sweet Horn® to him, With «II her girlish kit; ghe tried "Bwaet Anal* Laurie," bat She fulled to reach hie heart. At Invt, despslrlng, sbs began On "Yankee Doodle," when II. < racked hie beele together and She won hi there and then. IM I'd like to be a seller And eail the «alty aea, t'pon a mighty cruiser— Oh. that'a the llfa for ma! I d like to be a sailor, A tar with grit and brawn— I d like to when there wasn't Any fighting going on. —Chicago News. "You were a long tine In the far corner of the conservatory with Mr Willing laat evening." suggested tha Bother. "What waa going ©a?" "Do you remember the occaalon on which you became engaged to papa?" inquired tha daugbtar by way o( re pir "Of coo rae ! da." "Then it ought not ta be naceaaar> for you ta aak any questions." Thua gaatty the news waa broken that tbay war to hate a son-in-law.— Chicago float ■lightly Vrmmi. Ko I l...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 November 1898

——wmmEmu ■ W'h if 1 Ji j|k:v:s®f';|pí j - NEW MAINE. LARGER. FASTER AND MIGHTIER What the Reincarnated Battleship ami Iler Twin Sisters. Ohio and Missouri, Will Be Able to Do to the Nation's Enemies. A large and mat > powerful Maine take the place of the one blown by the Spaniard* in the harbor of The next three battleehlp* be built will be the Maine, Missouri Ohio. The first of those ships will represent not only the old "Pine Tree State" on the rolls of the navy, but «111 keep alive the memory of the deatardly work which precipitated the epanlah war, and be a floating memo- rial of the martyrs who found their death in the original ship of that name. As soon a* the ehlp is finished ehe ought to be sent to Havana to fire a salute over the wreck of her name- aake, which is the coffin of so many of our brave aaiiors. The Missouri will represent on the waters the great atate of the "Middle Valley." and the Ohio the State which has supplied the country so many presidents and s ta ten...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 November 1898

i ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ It wilt posltivelu sell at cost to January I. TwontV-two Thousand Dollars worth of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoos, Clothing nnf Gents' Furnishing Goods. We wil} make a change in our business on January 1st. For this sale every- thing is m.ykcd in plain figures with red ink. Call early before the assortment Incomes hn|\en. ¿Ti ¿ti ¿Ij, jZL ÍXI iÍi j*K ^■r 'W W W tB" Tr J f J* 1 Í Herbst & Windhausen i m y . ¿v vrV : . v tv -4—it ?: í i ■ ? \ PEOPLE YOU KNOW •«if Í") « C*f*t, (Spi dren thlft irUti? t - - I 'l-m t*o< ic'. ¿hil- K. L. Joiner made a bu- nt- lr.j> to Waco thif* week. t uy Hruvver >•* re|*>rKd quite sici with pneumonia its w« jo. to pI'IsM. Mrs ffnmer Lnmlnn left Mnn- day for a visit to her mother. at l i • uhani. AI (loodwm and Judgi M<«*re. ol the bottom. \v M in town Tlmrsdn v. i-<'i \ : 'I n Mr. and M i-. I . (i. I*.ink*«, mi Tuesday, November *. a fine girl. Homer LnmUm lilt Wednes- <l.i, tt> take up his duties again ah •i ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 November 1898

p fflfitV m THE CROP OF THE SLAVE •f E On MNTBt b T< Aa industry that exists thro* ths enforced labor of women and children, to whom it denies re- mane ration, must of necessity be innqral and debasing in its tend- tnii— and ruinous in its effects upM the social, financial and in- tellnctual life of a people. following newspaper clip- do not tell of uncommon or surprising happenings, but mere- ly show the genera] trend of cot- ton communities in their reliance more and more upon female and child labor, as the price of cotton drops lower and lower: Wyatt, Ellis Co., Tex., Oct 5. —Your readers here would like for you to publish the following cotton picking record of the fam- ily of Mr. , who resides two miles north of here. They, ontfee 4th, picked the following amounts: (boy) age 16, 602; (girl) age 15, 403; (boy) age 14, 476; (boy) age 12, 369; (girl) age 10, 210. Total, 2060. Moffat, Tex., Sept 29.—Mr. , who lives near here, has the champion cotton picker of the world. On the da...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 November 1898

Mo*eyte«>Wltfc n«iir«s. l«*arm and Ranch. When we Hay «figures will not ]¡e,> we mean, if we mean any- thing that they will not lie if left alone. In the hands of an out PXTIR TBI GRIAT. Hart m iM tf Pater has bteome almost a eult la Russia, Mjrt Black tod White. Go to hU cottage on the hanks of ¿ha Neva ¿ , on a Buisian holiday, and yon will Hide politician, figuren can *>« haw to fsll in queus and squaeaa maili- to ^re l*c# t*le pnhlic | jour way into bin little room, oaten- with all the rapidity of a machine nibly to kilt a holy picture hot this so rapidly, in fact, that only my picture It mixed up in the Bui- L. i„ „ thousand can be exposed * '«"'SÍ ,wlíh P*t,,.tb,1. ®~,'- 001 . .. T . ¡ The Moujik looks around oo the little .-tin' rest cumber t e earth and, j,om# pc(er ^ujjt for himself on the are tr*4dfen under i >ot like apent Neva marshes as if he looked on the ball" and empty aballa. Panaion' relies of a saint. Peter was essential Commissioner, Hon. H. Clay Kv-i...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 11 November 1898

The Locat News Will be Found on Page 13. ; . - ■ ■ Í i! Jf Tm -, ííMmbi NEW YORK STORE.? COLD WEATHER such fionseiioKt'Oooas as we are showing, at moderate price* , are ÜL (or the palace of a king, but in reach of nearly every housewife. There's a big assortment to choose from and prices so low we are almost ashamed to quote them. Yot| can pick *ut just as nice a piece as you see lit, m we have a large stock on hand and more on the road. This is the headquarters for Household Goods in every respect. Kcad the^e quotation : Hflf-ífallcá. luz* iir Ñilh J7V . f «WV « jiftehír a lid <i tlNKfbl 75c. HSc and #1 a et. GLASS TABLE Sfim - % ne i>uttjrr di h, 1 fcugar ) owl. 1 cream pitcher and 1 Kpuon holder. 24c and 50c a set. lamp , with burner*nad ettim. Atyd, ÁeÍÍ5c'. wOé! 45c and V>c e*< c*i . #ci34c. Hoc a«d -%kr. rd fib pac It age, "Sc. Laundry noap. 2 bar* fur 5c. Waiter , lOq, J3c% J4« and lKc. Embroidery, 2'ic. 4c. c and up. Boys' 2-piece suit , $1.25, Í2.25, $2.50 and í...

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