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HE EUGENE WEEKLY GUARD.
SXT1HLIXIIKII HY TDK IIIW.sl Willi f IMMIW rllWIrVI. X N ! TO KH HOUIT HUNS HT Tllr ftWIlf lit IDI HliilVi
BUGENL, SATURDAY, JU 9 S 8 1890
ivc?. b i;u
L is never at his best in
Aihioned kind of ready.
Lbes Kld in most doth-
I tr mg nt in . In
ires. 11 r'u "
iust.ce. try one of our
Utt&tf & Maw linely
suits- You can jjet one
ill tit as though made to
Land bring out your good
better than anything the
L tailor can make to your
The II. S. & M. suits
Legant, durable and not
HART. SCHAFFNER 4 MARX
FOUK-Bl TTUN SACK SUIT
by Hart, Scharfner & Mars
(LY EUGENE GUARD.
IELLBRO.. Pjb lishers
Kwt i'le t Willamette itntt, be-
li-,ti SvM'utli .111 1 KiJ.tli street
IMS or BUIBGRIPTION.
- rate ma.lt- Lie-wit en nnnlit'atinn
m Isttsrs toTHBOUABD,
N K MA UK LET
RON 1 MARKLEY,
ATl'i KNKYS AT LAW
We in all the cmirta d the -tate.
1 Wa.t -ii l!l.ck.
Ki OKKIi OltEiiON.
Lane county Veteran Association.
At h meeting of the 000011 snd ad
visory OonnlttM Of tli" Lane county
Veteran Association, It wax dtolattd
advisable to lostpone our annual le
uulon from tlie date set In June, until
Home time during the latter part of
July, of which duo notice will be given.
Ovilig to tin. i nt , 1 , of (lie MMOP
making the around unlit for camping,
aud also, hoping tliHt the icluruofour
comrades, uow at Manila, uiay be
made previous to our date of meet i n g.
Unit WO might have them with us.
V H LiMOOLf, Pieeldent.
K H Mii.i.kk. Secy.
muhmil the oAot Mid ti xtiire of
. : V V Henderson. I m
Ktrt'l t il'i anything in the line of
ry 111 tli.' alsive hum nttu-e.
land bridge work a specialty.
IHITK AND MARBLE WORKS'
sign, .in', new prices in Foreign and
atl. Mai hit- .in.1 C.ranite, .M..1111 int-nts
ptonf an-1 Ymetery work f all kind
I, Watch, t'luiiu, Jaw
pairing prcinptlyil. .dc.
I' LOW, M. I'.
Bpletal attention to aun-erv. Diseases
l"t '1 men. anH .f v.,.- n.,.i 1m.i
. I'UBIllWtll. 'l.O
r'J 1 1'ik.n. v Mcao,
pRXATHERINE LSCHLEEF, It 1
"Mi t WotMn and Children
-Strlton Bioct. opposite Quatd "trice
W BROWN, M. D.
fHYBIClAN A N I BURGEON,
-t-lUir ia Cl.rUuian Bl.u k.
' to 11 ib, 12 to 2,0 to Up m.
Paid up Gash Capitai,-$50.000
Surplus and Profits, $50,000
a OENERAL BANKINU BtJSIKESS
Dont oo NMonablf tarmi. Blyht
ilrafU cm fJbiOMJOi Sau Kranciaoo uud Port
Btui of ei'hant;e auld on furfik'n OOVBlriW
l)epoit reeeivtii mlji . tto iheik or certiti
cate of ! :
All collectiona entrusted to w will receive
T (5 Hendhickh,
S 1! Kakin,
1'. K. SXOIM1IIAS8,
I.. II. 1'oTTEH.
I UDM, OUOW.
A NEW LOT OF IMPROVED
Loan Savings Bank
Of Eugene, Oregon
CAPITAL idpjp) $50,000
W. E BROWa .'ruident :
B. 0 PAINE. Vic Prtiiilmt.
F. W. OSBURK, Caahler.
W. m. BROWN. AMt Cahlr
F W OSBURN. BD PAINE. W E GROWN
D A PAINE. J F ROBINSON. J B HARRIS
W. W BROWN.
A 4.iit-rni Bamklag IuIum
Trnsii.'l on Kinorubli' TenMJ
i ' luuiil on the principal cltle ol the
l ..lied Stalea: alto exchaiifc (urmihed avu:-
i.ie In all foreign couiiirlea
Intantl raid on lime .teiKMll"
Klre-proot raull for the lU rage ol valoaM'-
, 'Voncrtlnnirecelreo.ir promrt attention.
MEANS BUSINESS THE STEAMBOAT MEMORIAL DAY FATAL SHOOTING COMMENCEMENT
The Snag Boat Crowd Here to
Work a Month on the
Management Changed to Faciji- A Smile For the Living, A Charles Farrell Shot Through Program of Exercises at the
tate Business. Flower for the Dead. the Head at Albany. University of Oregon.
COMMENCED OPERATIONS TOOAV
Oittly linaril, Mm to
The Whittle id Ihv l ulled StiitH
rata boot Uotbloma Uotorday ofit
noon kboul tdN o'o!i ek gloddoncd Hit
IttmrU of oor oll'ceua who aio highly
Intonated in the lnpnvenienl of lbs
uppei Willamette, wbloh the team
boot Oltjr of Bugone dm proven oon
oluelvolv to boa uavltablo atmtni.
('Hptaiii (iall.'ea h jr ive on' the new
tliul li e hout uud ere.v would Work bt-
tween Bugone and Harriaburg lof
tieaiiy a mouth if lie water permitted
tlu-in. The eiiaj hoat alw) luoiiwht un
tb' 178 fool pile driver on ft BOO W Which
Ib t . in- umd iii driving plica. Tho
uug boat drawn nearly SO Inehee hut
alio never Htruck bottom on n ritHu
while raming up.
Tiie hoat removi d a Dumber of dan
at'iou t:iatc thai wire a iiiennte
navigation while aaoeodlng the troam
Work wa oommonoad on IbeBkin-
uer'n niplilK, lu-nr the Shidden farm,
tbla morning. The eoutb and of tho
dam l a I waahod out and allowed
about one-half of the watoi i he di
verted from the true cbanneL
After thle work uomptoted a 700
too', dam nt Davli nlough w hi i t bul t.
Toll win lurn the vvhi.t Intoooeolian
md I rut tea d of permitting the water 10
took i wo.
Then many pine.- nlnnc the river
win receive 'vrht attention.
The piling are all on the banks fur
the ptoponed Improvement. The utone
will bo delivered by Ubaa Croner, Jr,
who haa the coiitraet.
The people of Lane oounty aroqulte
ttiankfol to Major Kike for hi send
ing the boat to do the work.
All are saying! "Too mu brain."
Miss Berth Bergen t Is teaching the
The Sunday afternoon ainghK prat -
tics i hein well attended.
LoreO BOrivnor haa heen on the sii k
Hot. hut we are hoping tOSOOO DM him
t' Land Kohert Williams Imve (,'one
to Kail ( reek to assist in driving loes
to the Bugene mill
Ming I ii i Johnson came home
last week. (She had heen uway at Bu
gei e for aomu time.
Mr Kiiigo hnn luuilit nut two
tuonthsofthe m' 1 ' term of school
and has given general saUslaction.
There yet remains some government
land in these parts both! fir timber
uud agriculture. Also quite a lit of
unimproved lauds may tie bought
There is great preparation being
made by the Trent and Lost Valley
hcIkmiIh to unite ill the celt hrution ol
I)S Hunyali-r Iiuh sold his farm here
and gone to California to remuiu per
haps ft yar or more. He settled hen
In June, 1868, occupying hia donation
laud claim continuously lor i years.
Thebridgeth.it baa been down for
the past two mouths, his been n
pair. d, lit' Mathews doing the work.
We might Hay in connection, (hut the
had pluce In the road near the school
bOUSe hiiH been repaired hy.Mr.-rriv
Der, road supervisor.
LEFT DOWN RIVER In. MORNING
Mailt Unardi May
Tim steamer "Cltyuf Bogane" left
for I'.iriland nt k till" n .nn i
, With a good held f freight a'ti-r spend
IHumlay t Whits in Miti lh
I dlrrctoca Uiadx several eliNiijiDi I
i It is hoMal a. 1 1 1 I til '.idle. The
I craft haa bet u Is wed i Captain Isaac
my. who goe sboardas puraer, vm
! Alf Kirklaud resigned. Ths net pro
lesatfs will beapplled to the lodeiit.d-
IneSSM hef.'r. , this in. 'e l. ng made
merely to place the affair of the boat
I in Hie hands ol one nau.
t hief Engineer Wa ter Riser and
M tie DjU Webb have heeil retired and I
villi lie neb. rd III their
SERVICES OF THE DAT
pi: oaaid, Ma
A SAIOON ROW
COMMENCES SUNDAY JUNE II
"I Oder the ii and the ib w.
Waning th.. Judgment Day;
lOVf nn. I '.eats for the BlUO,
Tsars and love for the tlray."
We take t he follow lug frnln tod.iy'n Sastlsy, JBOS 1L . ,
AtbeiiJ lle'nld eoilCeriiiog u row m Itsv. Davio)
which ihsrlss Parreil, a u of i Par stsaday, inn 19.
ieii, ih" tnarbbi ouUer, was probablj
fatally i unded i
"Shortly altar midnight this morn
Ing Henry Williams, the firel strael
, I - .luj I 1. 1..
nulls'), htrpti, sii.'i nun namnj
l -. .i! eirente SviiuoU
l.illinl.M llAlllllI I,
The soldier .lead of the I lilted Hlntes
PbebUSlnaJSOf Ihec pau igri.- have again lavu IioiihhhI by the na
llngstendilyn.il iMk s very bright at ' tlnn. Tiie naeredues of a day of inein
this lime, E I x - h.s: cnrg.i I.. mg lb;, orial Irihilte to dead h.Toea has a new
largest they have yet carried moaning, ami while Its permanence
eras assured before the Hlspano Amer
ican w ar, the newer llgnlfioanoe Will
petpetuste It throogb geneiatlons yet
RKAL KHTATK Wu! I -h.
A .N umber of (tain thai Coeurred e)al-
In Ku :ene this was especially initio -
able The Grand Army of the Repub
lic, and auxiliary organizations, while
pay Ing tribute to the dead mldlery of
'618 Was called upon lo aid in tin- huh
al rites over Private Unfit K lloibrook
ofootnpauy c. Beoond Oregon rrgi-
ment, who died at Manila, August 8,
amis. hi. .el; J IVrkiV- .uMitum to l. ami vvi.oso n.my r. acmu ui.n e,.,
Cot tan Grovr: sjim yet.iday.
is loJohn W Cook, I69.M acrea in The day opened clear aim I, and
BHtfrlendly and w.fo .J li c...- very pleaaam with the exospilon
man, 16x80 feel, In rlklnocr'e location "" hl",tt,r "
to Kug in ; ..! ",i il played flags and yarda of bunting, and
M J Barker 'and J A Bubtr to Oor " H,,,n'M "n iU'M'il from " 1
della Reynolds, lot 6, bl c. u. Kair- The exerolssa of tho day wsre
mount- 8800 ,"!'', '" "" 1 m i ry' '""
RlnaBUager.Vlmiulatrator ol Ihs tails . re dispatched t the Masonic,
MtataorAlic r i;....r M.i.v I '"' " r eme,eries .. p;n.- ........
Mcl'liersoii 1'. 04 tier... in in 17 r'J w
J il l'i iktnn and srlre t u Jonathaa B
Mil. rilln, 14 ix:'.ot) feet in tp JUa rt w;
J 1. 1 age and wile tn Bmllj Huvsy,
j.Misi feet, being p rt oflol 4, Inbloek
in, .Mulligan's i inatioii in Bugene.
j Wiiiami tie street bet wet n 8th and nib;
.1 II Perkins and Wile S I J P t III-
j riu and w it'-'o Dansl Beck, lots g,
i I.M acus iii
..I B Cole-
1 1 In r in Cor
rg 1 Kair-
tribllte on the last renting place of the
1800. Bond for deed.
T 10 s r l w ; patent.
J B Jackson and wife t" S 1 Clark,
(0 acrea in T 10 a r .'! w; fiOO.
J M Mooras, al al, to it It, K R I
I, M Idii', 18 80 acres, 2H7.
Pleasant Hill Items.
May 88, 1889.
The Pleasant Hill hand will pluy for
the i i - lie . i picnic June Id.
Mr and Mis Cook of Junotlon are
visiting with I red ( 'alllaon and fnniily.
.i At II o'clock the iirHvHbm starl.d
from the OAR halli ooenar nf Ninth
and (Ink nlreeln, proceeded west to
Willamette south on Wlllamatta to
Blevcntb, nasi on Blaventb to a
StNet, and to the cemetery. The long
routs was trail bandied by li If Russell,
gland marshal, and his aids.
Company (', third regiment, J M
Williams, captain, lead the ptroOSSSlon,
with martial music, being followed by
the Sons of Veterans, ( i Alt, Lad'SO
Circle, W K C, children from the
public and Catholic -.-I I -. uud
eJtiaens. The military organisations j
formed a guard for the remains of Pri
vate Holb l ook , a sound being dctachi d
MlsnOavli", of CorvalllH, who has to mnn h alongside the dead aoldler's
bean visiting vi Ith Mra Kelley, h i- re- i,odv.
Children's I)ay SXCrolssS will U
the third Sunday In .luue. A good
program is being prepared.
t'uuleSam Itaiighman hi m un-d
from his recent IllnsOS, mul .
glad to have him at tdiurch n
II TIIK I'KM K'l Kit
Arriving ut the cemetery a hollow j
sqltafU wai formed around the monu-
mentereoted to the unknown dead,
and the ritualistic lunernl service of
the (1. A H. rendered In imprersive
manner, a ohorua furnished beaut:
The Woodmen of the World will
have a picnic June the 17. Tbscamp
ThoW linen of the World will at- ful music flowers were . Iepnsll.il, a
tend to the uuvtillng exercln.s at this aalute Hied by company C, aud this
plaoeJooe lib at I! p m. Neighi...r.i g iribute was ended.
oampa are invited Immediately following, the burial of
Private lloiorook iN-curn-ii, Itev
Abbott oIllclNtlng.unil being assialed by
the vaiiotis oriruni.nlions nresenl. Il
is endeavoring lo get up an interesting Wll B very touching and tender scene
piogram. Among other things, afdr the burial on Oregon soli Of tboflrstro
speaking and music, will ho a sawing turning body of a Uoi my Obey,
Who Illlsi lUshlv gave Up his yoUUg life
contest, the winner rtcelvlng a prize ln lt. HervUv ,ff Khls country. May
Uaaeball game, perhaps between ,e lest In peace" wan the lervenl hem-
Pleasant Hill and Kern Rhlce. The diction of the large assembly.
Pioneers, wi.l be on hand ami have
their pictures taken with the oldest
fatally woiindeil Chailes Kartell. The
weapon turd was a rJmllh dtWsolou
is calibre revolver. The birrel of the.
gUU had been sawed On and every
chamber was loaded, rbe shot w as
Bred Just ss Fhrrell was in tbedooi
way. rhesbOl entering the back ol
the bond Just above the rlghl sar and
hum oat directly over the right
The bullet Imbsdded Itwdf in the
heavy door and from the appearand
ol the hole ljc do, r was partly open at
the time Williams una apparently
behind the and ol the oar w hen be
Bred i ho shot. Kartell, together with
several companion., had bean in the
saloon doting the evening and were
raising a disturbance. Williams claims
thai they weie throwing gla s nt
"Bherlfl Hunkers and Policemen
Met lain and Bayllas promptly ar
r. - I Williams S ! conveyed him Ifl
Hie county jail. Karrell was carrl. d 10
the Ravi ie Rouse and I'r Davis wan
pallsd and pronounced the wound ss
rlOUS. The WOUnded man wan I lieu
taken lo the raeldenoa of hi father,
"Williams was under the influenea
of liquor at the time of the sbootlngf
and at Hist claimed he did not know
who II red tho shot, but aflerwurds
claimetl self defense.
"Van Riley, Ifrod Henders and Uarb
l''iirrell, a OOUSIn to the wounded man,
were In the sal'MMi at the time of the
hooting. The latter claim that
Williams shot at him, but hit Charlie.
Herb nays be threw aglua al William
a few moments la-fore the Shooting
iiiud Williams threatened 10 nhoot.
They all started for the door and then
To ran Maodahmi Horn,
Through the kindly offlOSS of the W 0
T I ' of thin oily, Miss 1, it t It- llanovan,
the unfortunate young girl, whore his
tory in How well known, was nent to
the Magdalene homo at Portland ihi
morning, Hhe was accompanied by
Mis w Koykandall who will attend
to her admission. The W CT C
deserve much credit for the Interest
it ha taken Hi till" oasc.
ItKi ovKKKit. The Klidiardnon lanil
ly, from Nebraska, that live on Jefler
hoii street, between Seventh ami
Eighth, have fully reeoveretl from an
attack ol diphtheria, and the quaran
tine hBS bssu rained from them.
Tin- i Ibly collection of lines from
vice iii Bpokaoe ha just been oouolud-
Sd In the police court, suy the Hpokr-
man Review. They amounted to
81,878, divided Bl follow. Nlckel-ln-l
he-slot machlucM, 8840; giunbllng,
$10(1; pit Htltutlon, ;:r.
. ilrittlnnlin r.v.r' liies in Muaic
, Jnsa 13 Plaid I'ay
, Jun is, 7 n p. n, . RMalsa
lay, Juas 1 1 ...... CIsm lay
lay, ) tine li, :i p. u
a. in Meeting
re I a
vv snassusy, sees 1 1, . ..o p.
Ri i. Hi i.i i n s. Jouxsoa.
Tloir.lay, Jnas 1"' laaasl Meeting
Boaan ' Raaaarsi
Tbarsday, Joss 15, to, m. UoMasssssasiat
May L1, 'mi.
Lasl Prlday night's dance was a
pleas mi affair.
( lias Biulth ami wire visited in One
J i aieCrody of Bugene,
this way Sun. 'ay,
A M Drawer aud wife visited
lives In Bugene Sunday.
Horn To Mr and I r Uonry liid-
well, Monday May 19, 1898, a II pound
several from let" will attend the
WishIuicii unveiling ivreinouy at
Pleasant 11 n next Hunday.
Mr i w Dillard returned home
from Rowland BatUrday She n porta
lor mother, .dt David Bby a re
Mrs Bd Toby of Bugene, and Mr
Allen of llnlscy, were the guest of
Mi It K Keoncj and Mrs I'ha Smith
tin latter pint of last week.
Mr and Mr B It Orifllu went to
Kugcno tod iy anil will take advan
tage ol the Woodmen excursion rate
on their way to Dayton. Washington.
Tho Maccahee picnic to be given by
Uoeben Tent, promisee to be an inter
esting and pleasant nllair. The hand
hits been MCUTSdl S tug ol war between
Uoeben Tent k ut m, ami . reewall
Camp, W of W. lias la-en arranged,
and other contest! In the way of bail
game, speeding contcsbi, etc, are be
ing pcrleole.l. Tho lliveof Kugeno
w ill III nil probability, rentier couliter
able assistance in the wey of the suc
cess of the occasion. A grand ball
w in be given in tbeevonlnr. The Bo
gene Orchestra will probuhly furulih
the music fni the night.
I Lsr Lesdi
LAKE COUNT, BANK
I st o I.I i in IHHS.
H GeneralfBankinglbusiness in all branches
transacted on favorable terms.
waaasia t... 1
. - - ,,, i.uifroe in.-.
"' lllur . . . i J .
CesisssaJsJVy w'-"u bul,t-1 J- M. AHKAMs. Osahiat
R 0 and Mm Edwards were in En-
.1 It Hopkins of Eugene sawmill waa
up the first of the week loo ing after
hi company's log drive.
U u uip and tuck with the Eugene
and Springfield log drives. Kirst oue
is ahead, thuu the other.
Messrs Itenner uud HunnlCUtl h ive
.Id their property and will move to
Eugene In the near future.
Three boys of this vicinity hud some
experience with u boat that belonged
to another man that ought to be a
salutary lesson to them.
The fruit crop in this locality will he
almost an entire faiiute so fur a cher
ries, pears, and prunes are concerned.
Some predict that apples will drop on I
aooounl of the cold damp an attier.
Htatk QBAaOl dun kk.s The
i The stale grunge h. Id at Portland
I elected the following new state ollloers:
W M HlUaary, master; Mrs Anoie E
ramjr. Horn; w 11 Hawley, stewsrd; J
0 While, trea-urer; Mrs Msr Howsrd,
1 secretary; Austin 1 Huxton, saalstant
1 steward ;Sln Isabel Homer. Ceres; Mrs
i Mary Kdeluian, overnter; Mr Clara B
Ssrauk, lady assistant steward; J Clem,
gate kee-r; J 0 Caato, le turer; Miss
ols Witster, Pomons; Mrs Iiui-a H
house, that ol Elijah ItristowV in Lane
count v. L'OB,
I be Dewey llnnk.
I hi ended the afternoon program as
TOM (I nr.
The several organizations, in lino as
above, will meet at Hall at 7 pin sharp,
and move to M K church where
a memorial address will be delivered ut
Ringing -Ode, America.
Music by Choir.
Recitation- Miss Elm IfeAlleter.
Addres- by Uev N K Jenkins, of
Do you want to know more i-bout
Dewey, the great admiral tod hi gift
to the Nation? if 10 read our up-to-date
Dewey Book, 1 written ny Jas L
rjtlckney, ald-tbvesmp to Admiral
Dewey Nt the buttle ol Manila Hay.
Tins nook I not u history of Cuban
Insurrections or operations It Is a
Philippine book. D begins with the
daring of Deweyandc .nn noes through
Ihetiperations betw.cli ' palilsli uud
Ann rlcan fore s at Man Is The battle t upturn I
of Manila Jluy i described as only j
- okney can assoribs It from the vsn Dslly Oesra, Msy H
UgegroundoftheOlymj ts bridge, by jBHamblln, who i wanted for
tbealdeof Dewey, where in-witntssui
svery maneuver, trsniniittad every forging the name of J M Boms to a
rommand and observed .cry phase of, note for ll.vj, which In- cashed st the
tbe battle and exulted i i tin-glory ofiKirst Rational hank, was captured at
the A.in rloau Navy mplele bio- I p , j brOOght back yc-lerday
STZL: ulle i by Chief of Pol sn.es, who
Can 0omni'"b r-, fill d''i 'rht.d. The was lintifh d to come and get him.
iiv...uutie in ; iou..ci in Hambllo admits doloi the wore, not
claim to have
an accomplice, who
him from Ashland.
J. W. KAYS FURNITURE CO.
EM3ALMERS and FUNERAL niRfCTORSk"'r""1"""
a Valuable rtvmmoir. J a
Pugate ami ote. il Zumwall ol irviug,
liavc Just received a patent OU an ad
Instable grain alsvs oc riddle Hereto
fore It always took iUlte a while to
change riddles 'r tlillercut kinds of
grain and I herefore caiisetl considerable
expense- With the new invention the
rlddh can ho changed in a second.
The gentlemen ought to make money
out of their Invention if they
handle it properly.
Tiik Ai iiitKY Cask. -Ileppner Oa
ICttei I hecase sgalnst T C Aubrey
tried In the circuit court this week oil
a charge of taking i- suck of w beat
from I heodore Anderson lust Decern
bar, was decided hv the jury brliiKlng
in u verdict ol "not guilty." This case
ha excited u great deal of Interest
this book are a valuub'e ' Mure of the
t...i. u.iu ....I., ft. I Solrl livaiil..
'i""B. : mo ..in. . j , , .....
........ ...... .... I.- 1 1, . l.ii.titul I'uhllshlntr travt.ed with
t o, station D, Oakland CM. M w RambUn bad 8M on his person when
Written, gem ral agent for the Pacille Lplured, lamldes having a gold Watcfa
'Coast. nd a bicycle, all of which he turned
AaCTHn BXCOnmOS -Tbe tTativa over to the bank.
H'Uexrct to give an excursion to He was brought b.-fore Justice Win-j
1 Portland June 18; tickets alout 3. terrneler today and waiving examliis-
Thts will allow a l to --e tbe grand t ion was bound over in tne sum i
t Pioneer pine, --i w I. '. will outrival lbs).
all similar attempts. If you want to j Besides Hamlin DOS other mauls
go on this excuisi' ti notify Deputy now con lined In the county Jail, Bd
BbOlifl Day at OOOS Mr Dy Is chair- Welch who is held for breaking Into a
i uiau of the BtSgSM committee. house uesr Irving.
T'l.i la lie. bsr's ksatfrisMl. Rutke
lie buttons ..n llsstlfl hSSlIt ' '..n't
. ..ins ..if. a in.. bM bass sottpsrtVM
sttasbsd. A s"l tiling.
?."ri "l':'(! ,i,st Hliipinont nf lol
tiooata complet6a tho bei '
line in the oltVi
All t)i low ciita and SoldtS. All styles, SS'
celleut FiiUli Sad VSSSS, s ami priuea.
ARE COMING H 'ME !!
Hut we still lints Iks In at hi.ina to
I. ok idler. Vt artt in a pesHSBB SB
bslp V"H take inie ..( llirm. Seo our
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