Capital city courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1893, May 26, 1888, Image 8

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Saturday Evening May 26, '88
Herpolslieimer & Co.
Tim Courier Cnn be round At
Wlii(lor Hotel Now Hlnnd,
ObjiUuI Hold Nam Ktnml,
Odell'i Dining Hull N w Stand.
Chiton A I letcher's, 1111) O Street.
A. T. I vmlng A Co' 1100 O Street.
TboUniluiiii .NousHlnud, IIS Mouth 11th Ht.
Keith IIi-ih., in N. ii III lith Street.
Kd. Younir, ItKOO Street.
Eaton A Hinllli, lIIOt.
J. Hlelnlwg, () nt, i. posloftlcfi.
Ilronn's t'ofe, near Windsor hotel.
Cor. 10th & P.
Advrrtlmsiiicrcaurslcd to Mini In tliel
favor ns curly ni possible, not Inter than four
o'clock I'rblny nitcrnooii, iin tho CouniKit
ten to prow, that evening, Whoti ordorliic
your advertisement out drop iho bimlncM
mniwiKoi nenrd. Tho collector In apt to forgot
inch orders, and compliance with this request
will si.vj u tnu.btu mil yourself ituiuo mm'.
Wraru dully muling to our list or stibi.jrlbera,
tnploylug n iiiiin especially for Hint solo pur
pose.nnd claim that as an advertising medium
the Count ku In liuexccllcil.
Children and Hoy's
Straw Hats.
Hatter and Furnisher,
H37 O Street.
Local ami rcmoiinl.
Whltobnvtst Coal and Lime Coinviny,
Lincoln ko company, puro it o.
Delicious lunches nt Itrown's Cafe".
Call on Fred Schmidt for Dry Uootk
Oysters, fresh, fnt and lino at Hrown's.
llallet, diamonds nud witches, UU N nth,
8awyer&Mosher, llorlsts, Atosoulo Temple.
Mineral water used for halting, 1010 O at.
Trickoy fz Co. .wholesale and reUiil jewelers.
Don Cameron, l(Uil O street, for lunches
Another lot of cheap vests at lierxlsheim
KM glove, fitted to tho hand nt Oukley &
Bummer ventilating corseU at Oakley &
Largo lino of Laco MItU at Uoqtolslioimar
Thousand mile tlcketu for sale at 115 South
Tentli ttroot.
OoM, slWor and tinsel braid trimming at
Oakley & Co'a.
Canon City Coal at the Whltebronst Coal
sad Limo Co.
Oysters in every style, f iuo atid fresh, at
Don Cameron'.
Canon City Coal ognin at the Whltebreast
Coal and Lime Co.
After the club parties, go to Hrown's now
of(S for a dolicious lunch.
Choice stylo domestic gingham 5 cent n
jrord. Ash by & Millsiiaugh.
Ladies should call and seo Fred Schmidt's
sew dress goods, 017 O street.
Elegant assortment of Pongee Silks at all
prievs at IlerjMilsheimer & Co.
Improved shower for Turkish baths at 1010
O street, liasemeiit Union block.
lleforo insuring look up tho Mutual Life
Insurance Company of Now York.
Only placo in Lincoln that usos mineral
water in laths is at 1010 O street.
TbeMlssouri Tactile railroad run freo reclin
ing chair cars on ull through trains.
I.anilscuio gardening skillfully dono by
Sawyer & Mosher. Telephouo 101.
LadlM go p Mlu Johnston's, 1114 O street,
for bangs, switches, ornameuU, etc.
In east tako ths Chicago flyer via
the Klkuorn ami O. Hi N. W. route.
Konsv Turkey", (loose and all kinds of meaU
At Don Cameron' every duy for dinner.
Ladles hair dressing In all the latent fash
ions done by Miss Johnston, 1114 O street.
For Information concerning and rates to
western jioiiiU apply at 115 B. Tenth street.
Doctor II. F. llalley, ollleu and residence
or. of TblrUwith and (J street. Tel. 017.
Bedding pluuls, cut flowers, etc., at Sawyer
A Mather's, Masonic Temple. Telephone 11)1.
Ilaydeu is now making cabinet photographs
for 3.00 a dozen. They aro the llnest in tho
With nerf r a banner rIhjto them spread,
Nora hailge, nor a motto trnnilllied.
No mark, save the Intro unoorered licsd
Of tlie sllutit lironio rovlawer.
With nercr nn arch n tho vnulted sky,
With never n (tower sare tlioim Hint llo
On the ilUtnnt grnrc, for lore could buy
No gift that wo purer and truer,
Mr. i I. lpowi of Crete was In tho city Mon
day. Mm. II. O. Idntkn loft Thurwliy mi nn eant
em trip,
Mr. John K. Utt has returned from Ills
Knnsnn trip.
Mr. C. A. Atklii'ou wild )i Moines it lly
lug visit this week.
Mr. V. II. Irvine mid wife left Tlnu-mliiy
for Halt Itko City.
Manager MulleynohU of tho I'linke Is In
Denver on business.
Mr. W. I), HolierUon of Tncoiua Is In the
city visiting friends.
Mlxs Corn (luted of Ilrotvnvllln is visiting
Mrs. A. H. ltaymoiid.
Mr. It. W. JoIiiihoii of thu Capital took In
tho sights of Oiunhtt Tuemlny,
Mrs. Jennie Camp, left Wednesday on n
Visit to frionds nt Tioy, N. Y.
Sirs. D. I.. I'eekham left Monday for Cold
water, Mich., to bo absent nil summer.
Mm. T, R Hiirilenhurg lert Tliumlny for
tho oust, itccoiiiwtllled by her children,
Mrs, Minnie Fay of Clinton, Iowa, it visit
ing the family of Mr, K. II, Zerucckc.
Mr. U II. Wilcox ImvH Monday for Cnli
furilin, where lm will tvslde III the future,
Mr. Mahler's llmt evening party villi tn-eur
Friday oveiihg, June 8th,at Mnsniili Temple.
(Inind White (IinkIs oieiilng will be the nt
trnetlou at llei'KiNhelmer mid C'o.'m nil next
Mr. F. A. Chapman is entertaining his
filend, Mr. V. Jaeohs of Amboy, 111., this
w eek.
Miwix Wllluril, Hoott and Laws of the
statu govoi'iiuieiit, IntiHs-tisl the Norfolk nsy-
lllllt this MVl(.
.Mehsrs. (Ksirjo IlnriH'rnnd J. V. l'litiinm
nttendeil the lunernl nt Wuverly Thurwlay of
M.strgo (tarliiiiil.
Miss N.dlte Alloway of 1'eorla, III., Is vlnlt
Ing her mother and her sister, Mrs. Frank
Webb, In this city.
Mr. I'M Hirer mid family nro now snugly
cincoiH'isl iii their new home, corner of I)
and Klghtconth streets.
Mr. J. ',. IIiIkcih) hits endotted the Hlble
nrofiwn)ihlp of the Christian University with
$ i.ihh), a mngnlllccnt gift.
Mr, Chits 10, Hcmsoj mid sous left Monday
for lloston, where they will ivumlii during
tho professor's l''uroKstii tour.
Miss Julia M. Gregory returned homo cd
insilay from Now Yoik, where she had Ixi-n
t iking n comxi of art htudles.
Mrs. (Iran Kuslgii IsMiirerlug from n Hivero
nttack of iieunilgla. Her tunny friends Iuik
to hearof her Hssly recovery
Mrs. C. C. Moi-ho anil daughter, Miss Flora,
loft last huturdny afternoon for Vermont,
wheio they will sjiend tho NtiMiucr.
Mr, Josi'pli Hums Is m Yuiun, Col., where
ho Is putting in n ?I0,(KHI water works plant.
Joels in demand nil oer tho west.
Mr. Thos. TrumbU of Moliuo, 111., is In the
city ooklng tho ground over preparatory to
moving his boiler works plant here.
Mr. Klmer I.. Kiigllh, known to fame us
"Doc" returned homo Wtslnesilny from a vis
it of inspection to his raiieh In Texas.
The enr drivers of the Lincoln street rati
waj gave nplenlo mid dance at Ourlleld park
Tuesday, which was largely nttendeil.
Mr. F. II. Vivian nud family arrived in the
city Wednesday from Jnnesvllle, Wis,, and
will call Lincoln their homo hereafter.
Mr. W. W. Cantor left Weduewliiy for Day
ton, Ohio. Ills brother is I) lug very low in
thntelty with catairli o( the stomach.
Mr. Jo'iti C. Honnoll loft Tuesday r Ch'
cago. Ills mission whb not disclosed, but it
new enterprise for Lincoln is nntleiitsl.
A nutnlier of Liiu-otii society people nre
making plans for their Hummer vacations ut
the vnrious inort, mountain, lake nnd sea
side. Tho county commissioners nud Clerk Hell
returned Wednesday night from Denver,
w hero they had been inspecting Colorado
The Volapuk society mot Monday evening
at the residonco of Mr. Joseph Hoohnmn, on J
street. No more meetings will be held untl
Mr. Frank Macfarlnud, sou of Mr. J. I),
Macfarlnud, has returned from Pennsylvania
where he has spent the last year or two with
Air. II. H. Ware, train dispatcher of tho A,
& N,, has Iksiii elected u delegate to the asso
ciation meeting at Louisville, which convenes
Juno lilth.
Mrs. J. J. McCullough, after a three weeks'
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Joseph
Ojwlt, rutunied Tuesday to her homo lit Col
by, Kansas.
Mr, Iv H. Fuller and granddaughter, Miss
Dottle Stun, left Wednewlay for l'ittslleld,
Mass., where they will sjiend the greater jwrt
of the summer.
Mr. A. I). Burr and family are again occu-
pylng their palatial homo at Nineteenth and I
D streeU, whMi was boilly damageil by flro
several mouths ago.
General Atwood, eslltor and proprietor of
the Wiscomln ifufe Joiinut.', is visiting in
the city, the guost o his cousin, Mrs. Barah
A. Kugeni, l.t7 Ij street.
Mr. and Mrs. ltobert Mitchell arrived Sun
day from their wedding tour, and have set
tled down to enjoy life at a cosy home, corner
of Ninth and F streets.
Mr. It. G. Terrell of Tadueah, Kentucky, Is
in the city. Ho comes to accompany Mrs, T.
who has been visiting her jsirents, Mr. ami
Mrs. Pickett, Isick homo.
Mr. nud Mrs. John Hchuler left Sunday to
attend tho funeral of Mr. S's father, the sad
news of whosu death ut his home In ltulfalo
enmuy, was received that morning.
The University Cadets returned Tuesday
from Wymoro, nfter n very pleasant four
days' outing. Jupiter Pluvius smiled on
them for once, mid camp llfo was duly en
Joyed. Miss Alice Chnplu, daughter of the Into Dr.
Horace Chapin, died at her residence in this
city on Monday last. The funeral service
wero held Wednesday afternoon. Her many
friends sincerely regret her untimely demise.
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Honietliliig About the I.orntlnn and At
t million of (JimIimuiii Park.
Few of the hundreds of visltorsat (.'ilslunan
Park on Thursday, the oieiiing day, had any
Idea before going that they Mould behold
such it beautiful resort as they did on their ar
rival The jxirk Is located tlilee miles due
west of the city and Is easily nsiclusl by ve
hicle either on the 0 street r A stiwl roads,
which lead to the south entrance. It (sou the
south side of the II. & M. lallroad ttnek, run
lug to Mllfonl, and nil trains will stop at
Ciiidmiun Pnrk to rts-elvo or dcjioHit human
freight, at the north entrance to tho giouiuls.
The Pnrk covets one hundred acnw, Is thickly
tlmlMred with various kinds of tires that nf
ford u cool nud dtllghtful lemrt ft mil the hoi
ni)s ol n summer sun.
Hhoith niter eutei lug thu lioith gates the
visitor reaches t..e pavilhon mid i al(', which
Is it neat unit tskt'tully uiiuiigisl stiuctuiu
!VJx!U Icet, two stuiles hull, tho Hint door he
lug whvio lefri'shineiits uie piepnrisl nun
teinpi'iuuce ill Inks, clgirs, etc , mo dlsi'nseil,
whllKiiii the m ond lliMir we Mud a cool anil
control table dining room for Indies and geiitli
liii'ii This huge loom Is os'iioii iillsldesuliit
oil the east side is a small bn'cony uhlih Is
llsisl when occasion demands, us It did on the
iiHuiiigilay, foriiieii nlr iiiiertuluineiitr for
sKikers, tociilists, etc. In this upnilluelit
lillliieioiis tubliiMiud chillis neatly unlinked
to ui'roiiiiNliile the ninny nhodcHlio a lunch
eon orHimecisil lefrinhiiient. A heed wuUer
Is on hand to dlitst and set) that everything
runs nnoolhl) and in the very best miiuner,
no llipior being Mild, or Improper chmucteis
I ollig nlloived on the piciuises.
1cavlng the pavilion nud going toward the
southeast a short distance thu dancing hall,
iMIxNO li-et Is leached, nnd here no And one m
the cosiest and best ventilated dancing halls,
In the i lly. The sides have large oieumgs
and the top which Is ut uu angle I a
also proper teuings to allow the cool ctmutiy
breeres light of way thiough the building.
In one coiner is a ladles diesslug nud clonk
room, and Is'slde it theoichestrn stand. Tliu
floor Is uu excellent one and Is already In
tsputlly us gissl condition us any one In tho
city. Just to thu east of this, In n sturdy oak
tieeoverdiniiglug the sti earn known ms Middle
Creek, Is built a stand for the band which will
br ustsl by the musicians when giving con
ivrtH. Then a stroll through it short piece of tliu
her to the south nud it little west, brings you
to a group of inlmral springs nud to thu I evi
dent of Lincoln who is coiiiH'Hed to drink
salt water, the flowing .ttii from liatmes
miiiltli, Iscettnluly welcome. Kuch spring Is
Is uiiiuisl thei o bel-g four thus far found, viz;
The Whltu Hulpher Spring; '1 he (Slant Iron
Spring; the I'mlghloii Spring; and ih Hoa
llud Spring, the hitter Is'lug named after Mr.
Jacob Mahler's charming little dulighter, nud
Is considered thu liest on the grounds. The
water from these springs have Ihm'H nnalyzisl
mid found to ho healthful and haven pleasant
ns well as cool and lefieshlug ell'eet. The
water which up bubbling, clear nud pure fiom
mother earth end each visitor Is pilvilegtsl to
help thcmself by dipping the cup Into the
spiliigaud drinking to I heir hem tit content
Strolling a' out the Spacious gi omuls, iiiiiny
iKvautlful UuIkH are to be enjoyed anil ut hi
trrvuls here anil there, in shady nooks nro
seen the hnudiwoik of skillul haudsthat have
made numerous i ustle seals, the Miriotis foot
bridges iilto being made either wholly, or in
greater part out of the rough tltulier cut from
Cushman trees. Numerous swings jind hiim
mocks are vlsuble in most every part of thu
Park mid on our Islt of ThurMluy to the place
llieiu wore very few of these commodities mil
tenanted. Several very nice drives have been
prcptinsl through the Park, rustle wngou
bridges having already been put Jill where
vehicles cross thu stteaiu that runs through
thu grounds,
Sicnklug to Mr. Andrtis about his plans for
tho future, he told u reporter thutthusfarthe
enlei prise was merely n venture nud that if
Lincoln would show tho appreciation of Ids
work, ho would carry out ull plain for further
improving tho resort by adding more attrac
tions and making numerous further additions,
Mr. Audriis is to le complimented on tho
sound Judgement, oxcelleut taste and general
i nterprlse hcMuis shown IiiJglvIuplUucoliisuch
nil elegant and much needed resort, nnd thu
CorillKU feels assured that the people of Lin
coln will show their appreciation by a liberal
MiptHMt, it fact which was evident on the dedi
cation day, on which occnsslon, hundreds of
our leadeisof society graced the gathering
with their presence. It Is tho Intention of the
proprietors strict rules of the Part manage
ment to keep the attendance uhuiys that of
tho mast rospecUsl class of eitl.cns and n
vigorous effort will lie made to keep out all
boisterous and ilisivspcctnblo )orsous, so that
ladies and chlldicn, with or without escorts
may Islt tho jxirk In js'ifect safety and enjoy
the mt ructions theieexte disl the public. No
ndliilshliiii Iii) Is charged and ull respectable
iwopluiirocanllnlly invited to visit tho Park
Dates for open nlr concerts will bo given
eveirweek, and regular running trains will
he announced In next issue,
Mr. J. H. iA'inlst leaves tonbtfit tor St.
Ijotils on n business and pleasure trip.
MissS. F. KelloylH visiting in tho city, tho
guest of Mrs. John Zehrung, 1015 D street.
Miss Miiyme Uhl, who hits been visiting nt
tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Imhotr, re
turns homo today.
Mr, John 11. Wright left Sundiiy for Now
York, from which srt he sails today for a
two mouths tour In Kurox
Miss McClintock of Omaha is the guest of
Miss Walsh for it few days, Her mnny
feielids here nro pleased to greet her again.
Mr. C. J. Hull of Omaha and Mr. Fred
Loomls of Council Hind's nrrived in the city
yesterday and will spend the Sabbath with
Lincoln friends.
Mr, J. T. Million and wife of Kansas City
arrivtsl In Lincoln Sunday, and will spend
some time here. Mr. Million will assist his
father in his stenogrnphlcal duties ut the May
term of district court.
Mr. Win Phelan, one of tho olllclent clerks
at tho Capital hotel, started Tuesday for his
old homo in Ireland, word having Ik on re
ceived of the death of his mother. He will be
absent about two months.
The Harmonio society Is raising a fund for
thu beuellt of tho flood bulTorors in (iormuny.
Messrs. K. II. Kerurcke, John Frnas and G.
It. Wolf have subscription p ipers, and con
tributions should Ihi handed tlium.
A mtetliig of traveling men was held nt thu
Capital hotel, Satin day evening Inst. The
committee roportrsl $'M) col.ecttsl for lienellt
of Mrs. Charles IdiUm, "lildi amount was
promptly turned mr to the Utnellciury.
Juno Is generally i-egarded us thu mouth of
weddings, and us citpld do--, not upMar to
lutvu kilksl much tlmu the putt winter, tiuito
it iiiiiiiIht of these happy events may be look
ed for. In the selection of appntpriaU) pres
ents for frionds alwut to enter the .blissful
state of matrimony, policy dictates that they
should bo procured frcm u llrst-class house,
where reliable goods oro sold at reasonable
prices. A house that fully meets such require
mcnUlslIullctt', llll North Kleveuth street,
and Intending purchasers Miould avail them
selves of tho opportunity to select from Ids
large and complete stock.
What it ltrirenriitatlve firm U Showing
In Nobby Klines, lUe.
Snunteiing nlsmt the city yesterday In
search of news nud flmlliig no'hiiig startling '
In the onlll nry channels, a ieKirter stepHsl '
into tho In 'go store risim of Perkins
Ilru'. on O struct to talk nhout the went her, .
the season and the styles In footwear, and
llnillngotioof Hie partners at the desk, we '
were given ample Information on the subjis;!,
Styles In footwear have In some reiscts
undergone a marked change, ns Is noticeable
III the dlirerrnco of tho width nnd point of
thu shoes now worn from that of n year or
two ago, The stylish shoe of Unlay Is briMid
or and tho toe more on the sipiaie shape The
Oxford shoe Is In us xpuhir favor this sum
mer as oyer, and Is used by lioth male and
female, and lor children ns well, with the
exception that for llttlo ones spring heels nro
prefernblo to others.
A now shoe Just brought out for ladles,
which was introducM by and Hindu esieclal
ly for Perkins llrothors Is the ",'tte tl, Htm
(('." It is similar to tho Oxford but his u
broader too and Is the most lomfortnble shoo
over brought west. It Is iMvoinlng thu ki
ular shoo for ladles, and nlrendy Is being
worn to the exclusion of ull others by many
of Lincoln's fairest diilighteis. It has a neat
nnd piettv ii p kmi in nee, nud cannot lull to bo
llkisl by everyone.
"Tho Southern Tie," n nobby low shoo for
gentlemen Is the latest thing for summer
wear and Is made up In Kangaroo, French
Kid ami other light weight leatheis. This
shoo, similar In construction, Is also to be
had In button or In congress gaiters.
lteterrlug to the makeup of shoes, Mr. Per
kins said: "Patent leather vamps and tips
nro now nud have for it short time been very
stylish, nud nre worn considerably. For
evening social alTalrs tho patent leather pump
Is still In tho lead. Many ladles are using the
!uetroK)llUin stylo of dancing shoe wear
Ingthu broue terpslchore sllpKrs. The,)
are very pretty, and rolluod society every
where recognles them us Just the thing for
Perkins llrothers have their flue goods all
made exp essly for their trade, nud keep all
widths from A to H and half sizes in stock In
hidles,geuts and children's shoes. Their shoos
are from the very best and most stylish mak
ers, and every pair fully guaranteed us lep
resented. Lincoln Kople recognize this popular hotr o
as leaders in their line, and of the bundled
of purohasers of flue gissls In the city, Per
kins llrothers enjoy tho patronage of u very
largo Hirtloii of them. They nre always
pleased to show their Hue to cullers, nud will
tuke pleasure hi showing you th I itest nud
most elegant Hue of shoes you luivo over seen
In the city, If you will pa them a visit ut
1IL1IO street
Mr. J. M. ('iK'hian returned Tuesday from
Wymoro He leportsu very pleasant vis t.
The Issly is more susceptuble to beuellt from
Hood'- Snrsnpnrillu now than any other sen
sou. Therefore tnke it now.
The Nebraska Holiness association is pm
paring for their annual campinretlng nt Ben
nett, which commences August 'j:td. A num
ber of eminent clergymen from iHHercnt
puts of the Union have Ihvii si-cured to lead
the mietlugs
Kcribners magiii'lue and the Cot'llinu will
be wilt to any addiessoniyearfor.i.l!.'i, Let
us hear from vol'.
French sateens itsluccd from 3.1 to i!0 cents
n yard, beginning this (.Saturday) morning.
We will Ivgln a special sale of table linens,
impious unit towels thu (Saturday) morning,
at lower prices than the same goods havoover
before been offered. Ashby i"c Millsipaiigh.
C'oiisuiuers of choice hams will please bear
in mind 1 am the only agent In Lincoln for
the celebrated U. W. Keys' brand, of Des
Moines, low ii. I) K. Cumminmh, 11!J0 O St
What gasoline stovo shall wo buyf Tho
Quick Meal, of course. It has lieen sold hero
over fclncn gasoline stoves wero made, uud
here aro more Quick .Meals in use today than
all other gasoline stoves made.
I.. J.T. CO.
Will get your Sunday Mull from tho I'ost
ollleo and deliver at your house, or olllce.
telephone IUO.
Our Excellent Flavors the
richest in the city;
Peaches and Cream,
All other Popular Flavors
drawn from our
$2000 EOMTADr.
On or about June First, we
will serve
And as heretofore will furnish
our customers with the best
that can be made.
Globe One-Price Clothing House.
Is now showing an elegant line of
New Spring Styles
Mens, Youths, Boys and
All the Latest Novelties and Nobby Designs are included
in our Complete Assortment, to which we invite an early inspection.
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One-Price Clothing House.
E. M. EISFELD & CO., Proprs.
That we keep a general assortment of
And Gents' Furnishings.
All the Latest styles in Collars, and the season's novelties In Neckwear. I-'INE
UNKN COLLARS, ia4 it. Call and sec us If you want to get goods In our line
just ten per cent cheaper than nt nnv other house In town.
BAKER, The Clothier,
1125 O STREET.
Another Lot of those Elegant Black
Satin : Rhacletrqas-,
At 7.c. These goals wo retailed last season for SI.&V
'MOREEN" is the best thing in use for Skirts. Come
in and look at it.
We have the finest line of Summer Underwear and Hos
iery in the city. Have you seen our specialty in Jersey Vests
at 32c.5 An elegant line of Party Mitts and Gloves.
1 03 1 O Street.
X. H. To thoso having ticket on our pictures we have received it now lot.
Holbrook& Bonbrisrht
Wall Paper & Window Shades,
Special Attention given to Designing, which wo do free.
234 Houtli Eleventh St.
Samples and Seclflciitloiis without Chnrge.
Hnvo just received a lurge and elegant lino of Oold and Silver bended
Kino Silk
Of the lutest designs. Also their new Invoice of
Underwear, Soft and Stiir Ilabi, etc.
(JotoICdCcrf&Co., for your Gent's Furnishings nnd AVOID
t25" PURE si
Not cut from tlu- Filthy Salt Creek but from the Clear and Pure Water of
Delivered to all parts of the c!t nt reasonable prices.
Children's Fine Suits..
'.VjrJi rrJr sti, &JI