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About The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 24, 1892)
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hood uivku. ou iii:c. i, imm.
Tin hinll arrlvm frimi Ml. II I t n .
rlni'li A. M. Wnlnrmliiva iiul Hulnnl.i.vx: ill
finr ''hi npniiit iIiih .ii, i ii,
Kort'l mi-Ill, limi'i nt M A, M. in-riven nl
I', M. Hlllill.liu n.
I'nr Wlilln Hiiliniiii li itvi'D d.illy Ml M A. M.
ari'lvpD ill nun n i Ini k I', M,
Kniiu WlilliiHiil i li'itri'H fur I'iiIiIii, Ul.
mnr. 'I'ioiiI i.iilu' iiml i il.'invno.l Mni'iluyx,
Wi'iIihuiIii.i mill I' l Hliiva,
lltli:i' LOCAL MVITKKS.
Merry Christ ntim to nil.
ChiMinim dinner at. Imiitilllc'H mi
Hominy nl I ;.'Hi.
Helmut rlow'il In this district yester
day. Millinery piods nt. oiwtot Mw, How.
Tim day are growing longer and tho
New line of 11 no billet soups at (lie
drug nl ore,
Pictures fr.uiieil to order ut tlx fur
niture nl i ire.
True to name --"perfection" lyen ut
(he drug Htoi'e.
Home Hue violins for mile at M. II.
Fresh cigars, of the best linnnlK only,
krpt ut the drug stout.
Hinoke the Hermann 10 mil rlgar ut
M. II. NIoUcIsou'h.
Ollllger A Hone Will exchange wheat,
Iithii or short lor tiny.
Flower potH, il:iln nml fancy, In pro
fiiMlon, ut the drug hloro,
Mcn'd nil wool under clothes at. re
duced prices at llaiinuV. 9
Simla Clans U inulimg his head
quarters nt M. ll.Mirki ImchV.
Harrison will give you prices tlmt
M ill UHtoulnli you; call ami mc.
I. X. Ij. tree spray mm well as nil
other Insecticide at the drug More.
A largo supply of IimiiiIhoiiu- wall pa
kt J nut received hy S. K. l!aitmet..
Get your lamp wick with the cleo
trie safety cap, at M. 1 1. NiekelwiiV.
New slock of Oliver chilled nth I oilier
plow Just rei'eiveil at Oil tiger il' I '.mil 's.
Leuvo your orders fur liewttpa crs J
Uliil inaga.iiics, with M. II. . h -UcUoii.
hewing inaelilue llceilles Inf all Ilia
chines, oil and extras at M. II. Nickcl
on'a. llanilkerehlef extrai In ami toilet per
fumes of the best grinds, ut the drug
Captain Lombard wax up from Port
lanil Sunday, looking tiller his lee
If you want to Insure vour property,
reinemlier that we represent tlnee ofi
the Is-sl companies In existence. I
H. K. UiirtmcM tiiiVH I fore iiiirchuH-!
Inn your Christina presents, eall ami
hod the Japanese liazuur ut the furni
Flour t" ct per caek, ?:;.7" per bar
rel. t-ihoi l- $1.10 per nuudred, t-.iM
er ton. ( hop hurley $l.lV per huu
Ored, f'SiM per ton, lit J lamia h.
Tablets, uceordeollH, violins, IhmiIs
tiud hIiih'h, ami many other things at
TllekiT'M, cheaper than ever he fore of
fered In Hood River. Try 'em umt see.
Tin big snow storm has not been
partial, but has extended nil over the
north went. At Olympiu, Wash. .where
mow Ih ii rarity, it fell to the depth of
Jim nml Will Lunelle, Will Mercer
and others who made the hiiow plow
and broke the paths through thest roots
deserve and have tho thanks of the
T. H. Roldlngof Minuoatmlls, Minn.,
uncle of I). L. nml L. V.. Morwo urriveii
Lure Monduv. Afteru hrief vinit, lie
will K' to ('nllforniii. Ills wife and
grund-child aeeoinpaiiy him.
S. A, Fo.ster, whose disappearance we
noted last week, still remains uwny,
much to tho annoyance of nearly all
rurtlcA connected with work on tho
buildings ho lnnl in charge.
Hidney Voting, The Hani's jeweler,
desires to say that he is still in husiness
und cuu lie found in I. C. Mekelsen's
Htoro on Hooond street, next door to his
old Htand. Watch repairing n fjie
ciulty. Judge llr.idshaw, nfler holding two
week' court ut 1'ortluml, visited his
old home in tho valley. lie became
misplelouH of tho leaden clouds and
8turlcd for home in time to ;ct through
Tho weather clerk lot nil holds)
Wodncsduy nnd just let it nnow, which
It proceeded to do to the queen's tustc,
Thursday night tho beautiful lsy to
tho depth of two feet ns largo ns tho
writers, nnd yet there was no let up.
Joo Wilson wa hero last Sunday,
looking happy ns a clam at high tide,
lie huil two good reasons for his smiles,
one boing a gold bur valued at $15(1 ami
the other a similar bar valued at f 100.
After attending tho annual election of
the company at Portland Monday lie
returned to Ashland.
In writing of tho lire at Reynolds'
last week wo failed to give credit to all
those entitled to it. Mr. Reynolds tells
us that Frank JUitton and his boys
Edgar und Ralph, Miss Ida Form and
Mr. Gullick, were promptly on hand,
and to their eilbrts the saving of a por
tion of tiie building was due.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Ileald expect to
go to Southern California shortly, ns
soon us Mr. Ileald can got his business
afluirs in shape to leave them. The
trip is to bo made on account of Mrs.
Mould's poor health, a change of cli
mate being ordered by the family
physician. They will probably remain
awuy until next sum hut.
Mr. Reynolds, whoso house was
burned lust week, had insurance on tho
same in the Home Mutual in the sum
of$3o0, which amount was promptly
paid through tho local agent, Mis.
(Jhumplin. Tho furniture ajul clothing
''.were insured in the Northwest, und tho
V)ss adjusted at $1UG, which amount.
A'us ulso promptly paid through Hie
W'ul agent, (Joo. T. Pnither.
Tlu heavy lUx 12 Umbers, fy feel,
I iiig, which teams arc hauling through
the city, eiiino down the Mill creek
Huiue of TI.e ImlleH I, umbering coin
puny, from their mills In the moun
tains south wet of this city. This is a
inelly fill r test of ihehliviigtii und durn
hlllly of the llmnii, Tin- Umbers un for
Wlnuiis Iron' new llsli wlu'elsuud -lile
ClIKe llll". Meiwlx. Wlnuiis are
using inu.iMio feet of himhei' In their
Wheel ImproVeliieiitM tho coming
fishing season. Chnmirli ,
Wedncmlay was the idiorlcMl. day of
the ycur, according to tho ulniuiiuc, hut
the longest lui'UHlired by our expe
rience, We put lii the time In port
laud, and can unsure our readers hut
I the only term to til llligly tlcM-i ibe the
I weather In, "nasty." It snowed Tues.
lay iilghl to a depth of four or live
InchcH, it Meow tlmt wns one hnlf lain
and all slw.h, nnd Wed-iesduy it
Kiiowed nml slushed ami blew In a
milliner Hint should make (he wen! her
clerk ll;.hamed of himself. The rc orln
jof heavy snow along fho lino of tho
I 1'nlon I'ucllie cuiiued a stampede for
home mining the J jihI Orcgonluns who
I di Nired to spend t he holidays nl home,
j and the cars were crowded. Tho train
h'c hole nl pi; III ut night reached Ron
I iievllle shortly after that hour, und
there it sliu k fast until " o'clock Thuis
day morning, the mmw Is lug about
four lict deeji. TwocxtraeiigincHWere
M ot up from Alhimi to iismIhI in getting
the train through, which they did,
making the inn to this point In two
hours. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davcn
port, ('. P. H.tald, C. It. Itono nnd yn
editor were among tho lucky ones on
At the rcHldciico of S.C. Smith, In
this place, Wedlicsdav, Hee. "Nt, by
Itev. C. W.Wells, A fv Hi (I. Jlemhe'v
to Ml Fva t'lough, daughter of H. if.
Alvin Is nu Industrious, dicrotic
young gentleman, liked by everybody,
und hr und his young bride have t he
bent wlkhex of the community in their
matrimonial venture. The (ii.ACMit
commends their good 'Judgment and
extends Its largcut and ntoht numerous
-lit. IIimhI Notes.
I lur corre-pondent at M 1. 1 lood writes
us a brief line saying that a pleasant
party was had at Norton Smith's the
night of the 17th, which was well at
tended. An excellent lunch Mas
served, and the participants separated
about 1 o'clock, wellsatlslled with their
Mr. Hubert Leisure has caught sev
eral I it-avers, and says he intend:! to
make the fur lly this winter.
The thermometer has been down to
ten degrees below zero.
At tin- home of 1. Nexson.J Saturday
December Kth, Mrs. KnghMi, niotlu'r
of Mrs. Nessou.
I have taken np a ,'1-vcar old renn
heifer. Ownc- will rovo roperly pay
cliar. es and lake her. 1-'. S. l'lacttY.
One 1-year old inure with coll; one
tl-year old horse; one cow and call; one
set good harness. J. L. LANiaU.n.
Hanna will sell you goods nt former
jificesand (rive you 5 percent, discount,
but remember he will not put it on the
slate, us the slate bus been broken.
Having tried the credit system for
two years, and not being able to adjust
my prices so as to give cash customers
the lienelll of cash prices, I have con
cluded to sell for cash only, with a 5
tier cent, discount to all.
Wo often hear our customer ask,
"Whv can't our merchants sell us cheap
as they do at The Dulles?" 1 will tell
you why. When you go to The Dalles
you pay cash for' your goods and get
the benefit of your cash. I will do tho
same by you. J. K. Haxna.
Photograph (lallcry will ho open and
ready for work, Monday Dec. 12th.
All kinds of portrait work done ut rea
sonable rates. "Secure the shadow ere
tho substance fades"
Mciuling nml Darning.
Mrs. Martini Purser will he pleased
to do mending and darning for all those
requiring such services.
Kcail This nnd Profit hy it.
Ollngerand Ilono, proprietors of tho
Big lied llarn, in addition to their liv
ery nnd Htngo business, aro hamlling
grain, chop-feed nnd hay. They arc
also ngents for tho Knapp'P.urreUfc Co.
machinery, llain wagons, hucks, bug
gies, windmills unci pumps, Oliver
Chill nnd Steel plows; garden cultiva
tors, plows nnd narrows; nnd will sell
their Alt. Hood coaches, hacks nnd bug
gies, now in use, in order to open in
t he spring with nn entire new outfit.
Call nnd price their goods.
Matting 0 cents nt Dartnicss'.
Mm DESICN PATENTSt I
TD Arc UAniif 1
For tnformp.tton nnd free Hnnrthoolt write to
MUNN CO., :( IIhoadway, Nkw Youk.
Olilot bureau for sucnrlmt patonta tn Amcrli'ii.
I'ivury pnttmt tiilion oiitliy tin In bi-oiintit tinl'oro
tbe pubilo by a uoOce glvuu f reo of cbargo in tho
tnrpost circulation of nny notontlfle papor In tho
world. ttptoiuUdly llluntratoil. No lntiMUsront
mnii s'lould bo wlllmut It, Weekly, S;(.(K) a
yi'iirt l.mlx immtlis. AiltlrvHH aiCNN & CO
l'L uusutms o01 iiijiuiuay, Hii-it York Clly.
k Scientific American
nrim. r.r,w town Iuih iwii
1 1 1 U 1 1 J '1 Oil III''
Ji, Olll l'llill)(l'lllllll
ill IIhi 1'iirkK iiiel I'm : I h
or ...,. river, III, ,yi. lKhllv IoIm,
ImiiimI lnilM nml nlev, k-mmI will, Mire
rolil Willi i niiil liinle In iiiiilii'lini,
feel 'Inillilll'i', ili llf lilflil llHillliliiln i'.
iii. ii", ini' 111111,0 ii 1 1 1 mi I ii iti iih n
iM'iiililiiln Niiiiiini r ii'Niirt nml for nil i
I In run, In iiil' the iii ioi'hI Iuh ii In i
Ml.lluoil. II In hIku iiiiinriilli i'il
iim H inn ii 1 1 riM'i ii t') f ii iiniiT, iiwini'
1 1 nmiiiiil ei iiliT fur I ii) Miiiiiri'
noli'" ! Hie ln l i i ilur nml llr
nni.MIII'.lt, iMiuMM-liit? inllllnim llf llUI'KM III
Jim er In 10. iIiipIiIiiut min ion nml wnli-r i.illn
I'iimly liiiniii i, W'lirri! elii ni iniili .e
juiin r i l ii, Ih.-iu Ilin iiiiiiiiilnrliirli -w
I II i i nl r, kiii ruiiiiilril hy Mill nml ell
mule 1 li'tl riiiiniil hv p mi l li 'l niivwlM-ra
lor fnill nml itj-t I'-iill inc. roiil Willi
lime i'iil'iilnii nlrin.lv iilmiiiiI von
will Ilinl IliU III. Jilliee In iniiliou
liii Ii it liiiine or ii jmyliuj Invftt
Sco mo cn tho ground,
or adress mo at Hood
Itivor, Waccc Co., Or.
In all kinclsof fruit and produce
mood KivEii mi:;o5.
a. s. dennett.
'I' I'll K I N SI I A NMi'ri III'Il.l'INiiCOUNt :!!
OK ( Dl il'I'AMi M:coNI) KTKKl.T,
'J'lli' IllllIl K, I III (.'llll.
T. II. EMERSON.
All Around Painter.
I'llces rtiiMiimlili' unit Mitlsfuettoii Knnriui
linl. HOOD IHVKH, - . - OKKIJOX.
Vrlle lor i-:it;.;.ii;ii.-. A'IiIh Jiiiuic! F. llratty
WaNtilnt.Mi, St-w .Iri'Hi'y
A i!-year-oM rid heifer. Xo brands
or ear-marks. II. l'r.n;;i;.
Two red 2-yenr-old steers, hranded
TIi., connected, on the hip; very large
for their age. Any one linding them
will be rew arded for feeding them ami
notifying me. O. 15. IIaktlky.
A npotted in-own und white hull calf,
no brands orcar-iuarks. l-'ced him, no
tify mo und I will pay chnrt'cs.
A two-year old brindlo stag, tin brands
or car-marks. Some white in face. A
suitable reward will be paid for infor
mation leading to his recovery.
XOTICK FOIt PUBLICATIOX.
I.und OllU-e nt Tlie Pnllrs Or. I'ec 1, lSi'-J.
Notice Is hereby (riven Unit the followlnir
nmiii'il settler has (lied notice of tils Intention
In miike (I iim I proof tn support of hi claim,
nml tun! Niiltl proof will lie inut'ii liefoit the
UeiclMer unit Heeeiver V. S. I,, O. ut Tiie Dulles
Dr. on .Molality .Jitniiiiry 11, ImU, viz:
1-evl M. Monroe.
Iloinesli'iul AppllcutUia No. UT 1 : t for tho s c
n w 1 , s w 1 , n e 1 4 n e 1-1 k w A n w ; 4 e l-i of
hti' I!) 'J'p 2 a r lie w in.
Me mimes the followinir witnesses to )irovo
his i-oiilinuous reslileiiro upon and cultiva
tion of, said limit viz: I'. M. Jiu-Uson, lluns
l.ii!!i Joseph I'll rser, K. II. I ox, nil of Hood
It Ivor Oregon.
ilt-l-Jiin7 John W I.kwis, Hot-later.
NOTICE FOIl PUBLICATION.
Lund Olllee ut Vancouver wash. Nov. 19, 1SP2
Not loo In herehy ulvon that the followlm;
tuiini'd seltlers have Hied notice of theri lnten
Hon to iniiko tlnul proof In support of their
elulins, and tlmt suit! proof will lieiiiude before
W. It. Diinhur, t'tnninlssloaer U. !S. I'iivuil.
I'ourt, District of Washington, nt Goltleudulo
wiislilngtoa on Junuiiry 'Jlst, 1S!)3, viz:
I'urchaso Application No. 72 under wet Ion 3
l-'orleilure net Sept 21 1SIHI, for the s e 14 if n w"1,
und n w s w V4' sec Xi Tp ii 11 r 11 east w 111.
Ho iiiinu's the following witnesses to prove
hts claim to Mild land viz: Hobert Stewart,
llalsoy I). Colo. Simon 1", Kreps, Henry; K.
Troll, all ol Fuldnl'. O. Washington,
Homestead application No. 8101 for the lots
1, 2 and S and tho s e l-4of a w 1-4 bcc 1 Tp 4
n r 111 cast w ni.
Ho names tho followlnu vitnesses to prove
his enntlnuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of, said lund ziz; Kudolpli HevtiiiK, or
(Jilini'i-1'. o. wash, llohert Stewart. Halsev D.
Cole both of Kiildu 1". O. wash. Kc.vi.Tin li'enz,
of Trout Luko 1'. O. Washington.
rurehnse nppl lent Ion, No. tsj under sect Ion !!
I-'orl'eltin-e net. Sept 21) 1S!H) for tho e '4 so 1-1
nnd s wi-l of r e 1-4 see 21 Tp 5 n r U oust w 111.
lie names.the following witnesses to prove
his eonllimous claim to said land viz: Hu
dolph lleylins, of t minor P. O, wash, ltalsoy
D. Colo, Simon P. Kroptw, Henry F; Troh, nil
of 1' iiltlu P. O. Washington.
Purohiiseaplloatlon No.tH under sections
roi-t'i'llureaot Sept. 2D lsim, for the s wjj of n
vr 'i see :i Tp 6 n r 12 east w 111. nnd tho s J-jJ of
s w 1-1, n 0 1-4 of s w 1-4 sec 33 Tp 11 n r 12 utitt
He names tho following witnesses to prove
his claim to said lund viz: Simon p. Kreps,
1 lalsov D. Cole, Hubert Stewart. Claus Standi,
nil of KuidaJP. O.Jwushlngton.
Pni-ehnseiipplleation No. 71 under section S
Forfeiture act Sept 2!) IKW for the s of s o 1-4
see 1 Tp 4 n r 10 east vr 111 and n y, of n w 1-1
und s e 1-1 of n w 1-4 see 7 Tp 4 n r II east w ni.
He names the following witnesses to prove
hie claim to said land viz: Uudolph Itevting,
of Uihner P- O. wash., Hobert Stewart, llalsey
D. Colo, Henry F. Troh, ull of Fuldiv P. O.
nv2.iut;ll John I), (j 1:0011 khan, Ileglster.
W. H. VILtiGN.
ATT(H;.i:V AT l.A If.
r.OOMH ri, ANI .r(. M'W VO'IT !l,OCK,
T;n; i i.i.iih, ''.iv,;y,
J'CM'll ,v Mr.M'.IIK,
Altor n oy 3-?i t- Ln w,
ChnpirVn Hook, over Poctofnco
'Jl'i: lAI,l,KM OIII.MO.N-,
i,ni n.r,unm.mrmJ, '
C I I T(-!-
' mmlmmiwiStSmJ-mJmi Vf
Kvcrytliiiig sold a!, what it w ill bring.
V. M. ,'AKK, Mortgagee.
1 1- i'ii". I .r .nrl.
iiaiilnl K. iiiiitty,
c -l.il' , ruliili
ii'.v ,li-r Ay,
The uinli'isj'm d being lofuted near
, Hood I liver, v ilies to llifonn jiurlies
, who may be dc-irot: of having sur
jveying done, that he in a practical
curveyor of many yeaM experietice,
1 1. nd that work en! rusted to him will be
i performed with dispatch and eorrect
j ii . He tukes peuiiiiv in referring to
I Mr. A. S. iSlowei's, (who for years was
coimiy comiiiMiioner in Minnesota,)
and for whom hit did county work ns
county surveyor, u.i to iiis ability.
I'liitics writing mo ut Jlood will rc
ccivo prompt nttcntion.
(J. J. Hayes.
Dutcd Hood Hlvcr April Cth. Ififll.
( Hvery body wants land in Hood
I I liver Valley. I nave some very de
1 citable tracts of good land on my list
: for hoiiieileun.t and timis red
claims, with running water on
tin-in. I call locale' several stockmen
udviintaueoUsly, Do not fail to sec
meat Hood Uiver rails or address me
at Hood I liver, Vu-co'ounly, Oreyoiu
V. llu.-.ri Wi.NA.NS,
Painter and Paper Hanger, and
all kinds cf work neatly and
J. l. lil'MiNOTiiN.
C. II. MCKISSTliV.
MmM li IcKiBSuy.
KI'CCKSSOU TO J. M. MI'NTINOTOS A CO.
ir,0S:conl Street - - - - Tia Dalle Or.
Real Estate, Loan & Insurance
lUmtM colloi'tc I and taxei pnld for non-ri-siitsnls.
Land papors.of nil kinds prepared
on short notice.
Abstracts of Titles a Specialty.
NORTH and SOUTH
KAST BOUND FK05t HOOD THVEB
No. S, Kpriss loaves at
No. 2, Mail
1I:.V, A. f.
10:; P. M,
west nocxn fuom nooD river.
BXo. T, F.x press leaves nt 5;i!0 P. M.
No. 1, Mai) " 4:15 A. M
THKtxiH si.K.i-:n:r.s rp.cIiIning chaiu
CAHS AND D1NKKS.
Stoamers from Portland to San Francisco,
ffii to ai Em lis.
For rates nnd general information r-till on
OKI'OT T1CKKT AliKN l'. '
W. 1 1. lirHUiUHT, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.
2-"l Washidgton St., Portland Oregon.
001 MI I
OF ALL KIXDS.
HOOD RI VER, OR,
ALSO DEAEB IN
Terms Strictly Cash,
Prices never before heard of in Hood
STOP EIGHT HEM! BEAD THIS AD!
DO YOU KNOW WHY VE APE
DISPOSING OF SO MANY -COOD3
IT IS DECAUSE WE APE
wAnd tuminc Clir P.tnnlr
Bin tho old adago that
octter tnan a slow shilliing" Our
Is now daily':4rriving.
1 1 r
Wo have added
suuaDie ior tne season, vjninn hmip-iit. in
fothe eastern market
t'x j j. .
ienu 10 give our customers tne Denoii ol
tnese purchases. '
THE DALLES HEROANTILS CO.
0. 392 lo 304 Sr.C0M) STHEIX
Mail orders solicited
2v. HI- 2TZC:E3LSZ3r.
LAMPS, BLANK-BOOKS, SCHOOL
EOOKS, PERIODICALS, NOTIONS, CANDIES
The Prather, Euilding,S2cdnd a Sts.
PEARMOXJNT (PORTLAND) & HOOB
OfTer for sale 500,(XK) Htandard trees grown on Li'h fir lands without Irriga
tion or manure. Such trees are incomparably superior to those grown on
swales or watered soil Irrigated trees wheu planted on In-rh r,.nl dry soils aro
liable to stunt in growth and if they live, it is liable to be 7 of 8 years before
they bear to amount to anything. Our trees are frequently in 'hearing tiie
2nd year from setting out. Will send refejencoH, tq substantiate this assertion.
Apilex, J'em-s, Iartcs, J'ruucH. I'umx, Ciiwics, Qidnccx and Ajiricot.
Small fruits in variety, ornamental trees and shrubs, and 40 varieties (out
of 1 1 10 tests) of roses. Kpeciultks, I'runrs, Several varieties of JS'cw reaches
and End if Tcmn lilac-kin rries. Special indueemejits to tiiose planting in lots
of 100 to 1000. Correspondence invited. Address,
1'ILKINGTON & CO.
No. 2 Dektim Building, N. W. Corner 1st; andAVi&hihgton Sts. Portland, Or.
GUY PIL-KPNGTON, Hood River, Or.
DEALER IN -
GROCERIES, ELOUR AND
FEED, GENTS' FURNISHING
GOODS, FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Goods sold at the lowest possible cash price. One price to everybody.
FIRST AND OAK STREETS .... HOOD RIVER OREGON.
We have a larger supply oT LABIESV,
CLOAKS than we ought to have at
this time of the year. We have decid
ed that we WILL NOT carry them over
to another season. We are going to
sell them for just ONE HALF OF THE
PRICE at which we have been selling
them. We will mark the prico at
which we have been selling them on
every garment in PLAIN FIGURES,
and you can buy it fpr ONE HALF that
priee. In other words we will sell
you a TWENTY DOLLAR garment for
TEN DOLLARS, a FIFTEEN ; DOLLAR
garment for SEVEN DOLLARS and
FIFTY CENTS, and so on 'till every
LONG CLOAK is disposed of. Don't
miss this chance, come at once, as
these prices are bound to sell the
goods, and first come first served.
PEASE & KAYS.
' 1' A.S'I V III! V 'HUtUA.
OK.ST.-C KHIl.N isitlNO
. UOOIiH, CI.OI fll.NO,
ll,l I.OI II I .!.
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