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THE v OMAHA DAILY REE: KATUKDAY NOVEMBER 17, lfKMi.
and R.may !-braska.
adopted next season at Ne-
lt:f H A K I At A N I I Al HI K VIIIW MSI BgaJsjaaieB(lBeBnBesl '
Double Green Trading Stamps
Tomorrow we place on
High Grade Suits and Overcoats at prices greatly
. j j
The Thankscrivincr cheer!
in your bosom will be
doubled with one of our
natty, new, up-to-date
Suits or Overcoats, and
the .beauty of-it is you
; pay at your convenience.
Special inducements to
Overcoat buyers. and
don't forgot the double
green trading stamps.
Men's High Grade Suits
and . Overcoats, , made by
Strouee &.Broa. the best
tailors in the clothing
world $35.00 values Thanksgiving sale
And $45 in Green
Suits and Overcoats
at $15 ar,
the equal of other stores
18 and $20 garments
And 130 Gresn TradlD Stamps
y v 1 " hi
COR. 14 & DOUGLAS ST
li..miiii-lini irni.' , . . , .. . ViiL'A f """JfJJ.ji. .i'i.i u m,,maf
Dr. Etts Says:
Catarrh i not incurable. If troubled with the disagreeable disease auk
the man for Calarrett. They will sell you the remedy for one dollar and
refund the money pleaBantly if you are not pleased with results at any
of the following Omaha Drug Stores. Please try and buy Catarrctta at-
H. B. KIMO, 24th and Farnnm si.
: BltL DEOO CO, 12H Farnam St.
- ' HIBCIUltT, Cor. 16tU and
. CKAS. X. RPKAaUS, Benson.
The Purchasing Power of Thousands of nAj, jj Tlir nrr
Prosperous Western Families is FounJ UdCK Ql lilt Utt
OTr a half million acres of agricultural lands will be opened to . iettlement this fall In Southweet
The quarter Sections will be sold to the highest bidders.
Minimum price. $5 per acre, which is a rery low figure considering the richness of the soil in the por.
tion of the New State.
Purchasers must be Qualified homesteaders and comply with homestead law as to residence, cultivation
Terms Are JUsabla Pgrhaier has the privilege of paying for his farm in five enqal annual pay
ments. ( .
The lands are mostly rollrag prairies, well watered by living streams.
Corn, wheat, oata, rye, alfalfa, cotton and all kinds of garden products and fruits of almost every
variety can be grown in abundance. (
This opening will be the best opportunity to get a farm at your own price ever offered the homeseeker.
You cannot afford to miss it.:
You bhould lose no time kx getting on the ground either to select a business location or to familiarize
yourself with the lands on which you Intend to bid.
The rules and Regulations of the Interior Department at Washington," D. C for opening of these lands
are as follows:
Sealed bids shall be received not before 9 a. m. December 3. or after 4 p. m. December 8, 190G, at Law
ton, Oklahoma, Land Office, where bids will be opened beginning December 10, 106. Prospective bidders
should make application for proper form on which to submit bids and for full information as to conditions
regarding tbis land opening to "Register and Receiver," United States Land Office, Lawton, Oklahoma, to
whom all bids should be addressed when proper form has boeu received and all conditions have been com
Cheap rats first and third Tuesdays of each month via itook Island-Krlsco Lines, only direct route to
the Big Land Opening.
'Write for further information to
I'aaaewger Traffic Manager,
La Salle Station. Chicago;
or Krisco Duilding, St. LouU.
Sock Island-Frisco Lines.
sale a great number of Men's
Sole Agents for
First in style, fit and
$3.50 and $2.50
Double Green Trading S rups
JOHlf KOIST, dN. Ith 8t
WAllfTfT HII.Z. rUUUCT, 0th
nnd Cumins; Kts. .
OkEIVI .fHAXIUCT, Cor. Park
Ave. and Paclllc. tit.-
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M Land! OoensrnCf
RICH LANDS FOR FARMERS
, m.m mm im l ,
fficisli Fiia.ll j Aeraed on Tbrouch Frtf.
CIRNHUSKERS NOT CONFIDENT OF WINNING
Stadeat Body Shares rrvoinru of
Coach, bat Prepares a Few
ona and Yell lateadea to
t herr the Jayhawkers
LINCOLN. Nov. IS. (fcpeeial.) The
problem of the selection ot oniclnls for Bsl
urdiy's clash between the Cornhuskers und
Jayhawkrs. which lies been bothering tho
foot ball managers of both institutions for
nearly two weeks, has born solved- satisfac
torily to both. After the declination of ex
Ouptaln Claude Hothgx-b of Illinois to servo
as one of the' umpires. It was ttk.rccd to rul
mlt tlie tnartev to I"rof. Itaycrofl of Chi
cago university, asking- lilm to 1H1 the va
cancy. In addition to choosln?. the referee.
The Chicago professor hns nominated two
ex-Chleago university foot ball stars for
tw,- of the places, Ralph Hamlll and Wal
ter Kennedy. Hamill will serve as referee
and Kcrnedy as Umpire. Clyde William.
the former Iowa captain, la to be the
oth?r umpire, and Lie utu mint Mettler of
Fort ltlley, Kan., head linesman. In case
Lieutenant Mcttler cannot accept. Wil
liams will e made head Uneainan, the
granie proceeding- with only one umpire,
t'nder the clrcumtitancea Nebraska will
enter- the game without having nominated
even one of the four officials.
Coach 1'oMler'a nervousness over the phy
sical condition of several of his 'varsliy
regulars lias spread to the student lody,
and there Is no attempt to conceal a feel
ing of pronounced anxiety over the result
of the Kansas game. Hesldea barring
evsry entrance to the practice Mold and
placing guards to keep out all Intruders,
the coach has also sworn all of the players
to secrecy and lins checkmated, efforts to
get In touch with what has been going
on behind the boards. The , information
has leaked, however, that two of the reg
ulars have been sicK tWs week, while at
least thiee others are on the verge of
staleness, and, as a result,, the. 'varsity
lineup has been made up nearly half of
substitutes. Since Tuesday Poster naa been
easing up In the practice arid acrtnnnaglng
has been almost entirely tabooed The
players have "been plugging- away on a
steady program of signaling practice, in,
which the Nebraska coach, hopes' to" attain
such perfection as to take the Jayhawkers
by surprise and pull off long gains.
The student rooters at Nebraska have
evolved a series of yells and songs for the
special entertainment or the Jayhawkers
and the several hundred Kansas students
who are to come from lwrence by ex
cursion. A pong-writing competition for a
priie was announced by Managrr Kagpr
and the author of the following verses
was declared tho winner, the words being
set to the popular air, "Waltz Me Around
Husky Jayhawkers, those wonderous
Who always nave something to 'sav.
Seem rather nervy In lalr.ilnr they're
To come to Nehraska to play.
They bring with them rooters, base drum
and loud tooters.
But when they have vented their cheers
The hair of each player from Kansas grows
As this from the side, lines he hears:
' ' CHORUS. i
Baek to the hay again. Jayhawk. !
omuaoo, SKiauoo, sKldrtoo.
Your cows eye a-bawllng, your co-eds Hre
''Oh don't let Bill Johnson. get through"
Bctimidt. Cooko and thaloupka are playing
great ball. , '
While Matters and Mason you eah't stop
So back to the hay again.. Juyuawk,
h-kjddoo, aklddoo, sklddoo.
The priio yell i a parody on the famous
"Rock challt, Jayhawk. K. V." yell, as
"Rock salt, rorr stalk, hey ri.be!"
.The athletic authorities at Nebraska have
accepted the Invitation of Coach . Stagg, ofJ
Chicago to the "purity" banquet announced
by him In honor of the Cornhusken for
the evening prior to the Chicago-Nebraska
game on November C4. The Nedraska au
thorities warmly commend the banquet
policy of tho Chicago coach as tending to
place college athletics on ,a hither plane
,. ., ,
l.naan and WoutlMne Tie.
ihan la . Nov. 1 -(Special .) A BHtn
Of foot bull Krldnv liplmp..., t,e l .iir in nn.l
Woodbine foot twj t,ams of the rcectve
r.,,nx ,n, pmveii on the local
fciuuiMin inu resulted In a score of to H
BASK BAM, HKtOHUS OK THK YK.tH
" the Remarkable Feats of the
"ean Jast Closed.
ome or .the great records made on tho
niamomi Muring the Inst sason were
ferris ol Itoston Amerli-Him made three
uoiinir piays at c iilcaiio June 30.
rtnortstr.p Altlser ot Washington made
iiye runs in seven Innings Julv
The shortest game for nine full Innings
was played at Chicago with Urooklvn, Just
sixty minutes being the uctiiRl time.
Boston and Philadelphia teams of Amerl
cun league- piayea the longest game on
rwcora at iiostun. Heptemher 1, going ta-en-tgr-four
Innings, with n -l score In favor
ot rmiaoeiplna. it took four hours and
Miirrh, first baseman of Manchester iNew
Kngland leaguei. niade a triple play un
tissistel. tho llrst of Its kind to be mode
Boston Americans lost twenty straight
""Jr10". a"d Boston Nationals nineteen.
The base ball record for games won up to
this season Was W, hut the Chicago Na
Mnnals. by-winning 11 have .a total num
ber of wins and a ' percentage that will
probably stand as u record for many vears
to come. "
Pacing and trotting rnces on the Ice have
neeomo so popular In Canada as to attract
attention from all parts of this country,
the earning rapacity of trottera and pacers
lias been greatly Increased bv winter rac
ing, and many horsemen of New York, the
i.W Kl1fl?.0,d ". Illinois. Minnesota,
lowa and W isconsln are preparing to take
a hand in the stake and class events at
Phi i p "? ,,,!' th ,n'r for racing on
hpJ . kR n,'M "f horses and no draw
oacK to betting draw Immense crowds, and
.,v'pranl!' "f l0"u " lost and won on
moXL evenf' 11 K I'lnlnied H"t more
Sn ih.0 "V lm" can ,w wol anywhere
(. V,"""1,1,11"- ,Jr,nt interest is al
Khu":taw" ,he fee-for-Hll there
l7.W. .cl? ngus Pointer, probably the
wm'itar C0J;orso "V"K. Broncho
oi!es. " With BCVlrai other fast
Clan Patch rVirAl nnnl... ..... 1
at uiiiuiri m.ir ,'IOHM mile
Over . 7 ?t."1r,etiT,: Ht Fort Worth. Tex.
""'S whh.h hn,lf l-.g he stepped in
-"-, Which Is regarded o-nr.,1 .. r.,.
lm?"':-' thi" considered, as M
es tablUl,ilirnU,Wn- 1n" 'st year This
i ilr1'a. ntw mHrlf f"r Texas, which
Is not likely to be broken soon.
Automobile dealers, as a rule, nre await
mr the arrival of im)7 modeLs It l' irated
m'ni th- r"7 wl" ''w improve
rV m r',n""'U'"lon over those of l!m
Reports are to th. .e-.... .i.... ... ' :
So.1!" on",1 hJlS,Kr,w;" v"ry popular this sea.
s nJJ&-!7,1ns; thc ro'"".g year sales of
sunrTfiachliieH ar,. ... . ?r
.hM ,rar'!on of Cincinnati ha. no l.ss
than thirty-seven men on his list for a try-
hS.Ti"n,r'"- W,"I, uIlv one-third will
probably never catch a sight ol the train
ing camp, he will still have enough left
from whom to sift a good team. It now
J!nTi! ""r1 J"" that the Intleld will
consist ot John Ganuel. Hugglns, Mowrey
and Ibert. with Kane of the Pacific Coest
IZ'v ' J ''"i nn outlaw, and Jin, Dele
Imntj to select from in addition. Joe
la . 'J0 'rrk for ,,' outfield,
but Hmoot. Jude, Odwell. 'Irtj" l):,vis
ocigle and three recruits are among the
candidates Bohlel -and Mclxrm will do
most of the backstopi.lng. while, Welmer
and Kwir.g are tho only two pitcheis aure
I heir Jobs. r
KVKXTS THE 111 MM; TRACKS'!
Autumn Meetina Opens at Uennlaga
- 'with Small Crowd.
WABHINOTON. Nov. 16-Tlie autumn
meeting at Ilennlngs under the auspices of
the Washington Jockey club opened todav
under conditions that promise little profit
to the backers of the meeting. The recent
decision affecting bookmakers compelled all
betters to seek Investment among men
wearing no badges and having no station
ary location for business, and therefore a
light business was done. Under these con
ditions short prlcfs were offered and a
consparltlvely small amount of money
changed omuls. The attendance was the
smallest of recent years, rive iHvorlies
won the exception being In tho third for
maiden J-yf ar-olds, Hegal ,ad winning at
opening pluy of 13 to 1 and backed down
to to ) and in some books luuch less
Arlington at 3 to 1 was favorite In a-tield
of seventeen, but did not. finish in tho
money. Many bookmakers have announced
their intention of abandoning business dur
ing the meeting. Results:
First r.iee, selling, for 3-year-olds and
upward, six and one-half furlongs, i'oui.i
hla coursi: Mbllck wonYadu second,
Tosciin third. Time: l:2u',.
, Second race, steeplechase, muiden ,1-year-
-"o Mines: Rouvignv won.
Colon second, Acolyte third. Time: 4"0
Third race, maiden 2-year-olds, five fur
longs old course: Regal won. Theodoclu
second. Speed Queen third. Time: 1 -04i
Fourth race, Columbia hnndicap, 3-vear-olds
and upward, seven furlongs, Colu'mblT
cotirse: Oxt.irrt won. Welbourne second,
i'ater third. . Time: 1 :2S'i.
Fifth race, for Z-year-olds. nonwinners of
. ... nu one-nair furlongs. Co
lumbia course: Adellneite won. Hilttanhv
second. Narelle thUd. Time: 1-aAi.
Wlxth race, selling. 3-year-olds und up
ward, one mile. Coluiflhla course- Wool-
Shirt. iCe:1;- 8eC"d'
tonIa-CINATI' V- J Kuit at La
First race, six furlongs: Sir " Vagrant
won. Saganunak second. Ben Tr.ir. 7m.a
, V. .
Hecond race, six furlongs:
Simon Kent second. . Lord
Thl? Care- Beau Bruminel
y "ec"d' J,i6 Lld third. Time!
Fourth race. steeplBchase, club house,
course: Lady Joselyn won. Pet"r Becke?
second, I'rollt.ble third. Tlnfe: a:3uS
Fifth rat, one mile: Temple won n,
:' K ti,,C0(ld-."b Runner UtiTrimel
Sixth race. nn ml... i j - .-.
fiH.nl..- , ,",l- "-won,
Time: 1M 1 " "cnna
WITH THK BOWLKnS.
The O. P. K s won three straight games
Ironi the OnniKhiH last night at the A .
elation alleys. At one stage of u,e Urt
game the shoe men were Pxi pins In the
lead, but "Kip'- kept pushing Ids men
I UT' th'i i''". U?ZH unl they "pulled out
single with 1:37.
'3 i?7 ;,iiil
of the (Sold Tons, look
three games troin the Omaha Kievcles on
lllu f,t, mrv. it 1 1 i, .1..... .... '
i .......ii .iiu-jF. t. . i-rimeau, n
usual, had high single game, with 2: also
high on totals, wilh bv. The teuturc of ihr
! ni. ycle Uam v.i.s totwn the two cannon
! ball throwers. Judy and lillhrcath, us both
:of thtm threw the ImiIs oown so r;.at vou
iculd not see them until the pins were fv
j Ing all over tho alle.. t ws hard to
hidge which one had the most Md
: Htearns, the new wonder was a little bit
j timid, and so .lid not turn out as well us
expected. Keyt was In hard lu-k. dina iog
,fllts. and WcUee, tin- old stand-hv, could
i not deliver the goods
j OMAHA UlinTLE CO.
1st. Id. 3d Totil
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Taberealu.l. U.irru at Work.
NEW YORK. Nov. lb A discussion of
stale und municipal sanltoria opened ,
. lay's session ot tho American congress on
ti. berculoais at the Hotel Astor. Dr. M.
M. Smith of Austin, T"-x.. de-lard ilat
rv-erv rtute should Uve muni. Iistl tuMbii.
lions for the e.tre ot ui.llet.t cuiiKump iiiH
until thr vuulU b carvJ twi' in a nitn-
The Credit Plan That
X --,., -7x V1
i . . . I; .
V iliil? YijjJi
12-plece tinware sets
at 25C. on sale S4tur
day only, from 1 p. m.
to in p. ni. Zi sets
SF.T COMPOSKD OF
1 Japanned dust
I wash basin, worth l'Ki
1 soup ladle, worth. i
1 baking dltdi, worth rr
1 cup, tin. worth.... uc.
2 pie platen, worth., no
1 egg beater, worth So
1 milk pan. worth.. 1'
1 hasting spM.n,
1 meat fork, worth, .ie
Hums coal. wood. cnk.
rubbish: bums its own ram-
the most practical and pow
erful hot blast heater ever
sold under $L'0. Has extra-
heavy castings, ornamental
. bas rim und top; nickel
trimmings; a marvel at the
price, r m
5 sizes, up J
m at :
Made of finest solid oak or
mahogany finished, quarter
sawed, large top with tarv
ings and fancy rim, slzo
4x24. Itancy shelf bcncatli,
92 a Month
f 5 Cash '
94 a Month
M'J pie.es. wortli Ill '( - : c-7
Hsa "3 ill Mr
EMk; P f S,nif ry 5tee 95 I
iJiiiJJj1, ' . d Couch, Onty J' J?
" ms- " life
from. . .
Centfr Twhle f 95
FORECAST 0FTHE WEATHER
Fair and Decidedly Colder la Ne
braska Today Fair and Warmer
WASHINGTON. V. C, Nov. lfi.-lVn cast
of the weather for Paturday und Bunday:
For Nebraska and Kansas Fair and de
cidedly colder Saturday; Sundiiy f-ilr und
Fur lowa and Missouri Fair und much
colder Saturday: Sunday fair.
Ktr Boutli Dakota Decidedly colder .Sat
urday, with snow in cast portion;' fair und
OFFICE OF THK WiJATHKK Bl RFAir.
OMAHA, Nov. IS. Official record of 100,-tB-rature
and precipitation, compared with
the corresponding day of the last three
years: 1SU6- l'JC&. I!t4. lum.
Maximum teniei ature .. e.. ht i.l :v.'
Minimum temis-rature .. ::7 ;(T 17
Mean teniralure 4:t i- 4tl ;
I'ret Ipltatlon T .'.'J .(0 ."1
Temp rature and precipitation departurts
from the normal at Omaha since .March 1.
and comparison with the last two years:
Normal temperature ;HS
KmrM for the day 7
Total excess since March 1...
Pclt-.-le.ncy for the day
I're inllal Ion since Minvh 1..
t o", lnelo a
S.H lm h s
1. 39 inches
Deficit my since March 1
Deficiency for coi. jierl.Hl, lKij.
Deficicmy for cor. period, 11.
Reports from Statioaa at
7 IV M.
Max. I In 1 1. -Temp.
Station und Htate Temp,
of Weather. at 7 p. 111.
Hlsinarck, snowing :c
Cheyenne. Jrtly cloudy
Chicago, cloudy (-
Davenport, cloudy o-
Detiv. r, fsirtly cloudy :is
Havre, snawing 1-
liileua, cloudy 14
Huron, cloudy M
Kansas City, cloudy 4N
North Flat 1 e, clear
Onuiha, tali, Ing
Hapld City, clear
St. l.uls. cloudy-
Si. Puul. snowing
Sair Iike City, cloudy
V a lent in.;, clear
T Indicate trace of precipitation.
U A. VttU5it. -Uoial For.-casttr.
AX OU anil Wi:i.lTltlKI HKMKItV.
Folt (iVKH S1VTY VFAHd
IAS. WIMSLO W'S BOOTHIMO SYKUV
has is-en usii mr over ma i 1 VEtrvM oy
MILLIONS of MOTHKKS lor th.l CillL
DltKN Willi. K TKKIIIINU. WITH PKH
KF.CT SCCl KSrf. IT rkai'l llKS lh- CHILD
SkFTKNS th Ut'MS. ALLAYS all PAIN'
IIKKH WIND COLIC, and is the best'
i-enietly for 11 A Hit 1 1. KA. Sold by Dm.
si"i In tvviy iuri ol li.c wuild. iv sum
tot ank for
U!-. W l-NSLOJi -'H IkOOTlll.NU SVHl 1'
The Greatest Number of People in Omaha. Today
Thorp altvay tnc best one stantlanl by which the ofVr nro
ine.ivniT In Crt'Oil (iltliiR liartnian's plan r prt scnts the higiiott
fje of Mci.-ncy tho most (tr-iicrous. tht mut lu-lprul and tlie most
tlesirHblo Crrdlt plan In rxlstonco today. Kvlil. nce of tlilsi may be had
in the fact that Hart man's Credit Hun Is serving more families than
any other Credit I'Un in the country. We know t his comotitois
know il. Ami Hart man's number of euttomero is (crowing faster
than thnt of any other Credit Stire. There's a mison ami trmt
renw.n is "b-tter Service" "more helpful nervier."
Hartman's Bi Saturday
1' t. II saaaw. saaaaa "
KxHct ly like cut Frames made of steeleouch tub
l ie made nf steel, five' mesh supported by steel heli
cals, opens to full size bed: positively the best muki.
und the biggest value ever offered in Omanu; ji.ou
value at liartmans for only 13.95.
'. " - ---- . I or Tour
Y i I Marked
3ieel . anrs
Kxactly like illustration.
men, iargn size, new lmprovemenls, complete, with
high closet, as shown. 6 hobs, large oven and fin
box, duplex grate. This range Is easllv a Sta value
and you'd be asked that for one not as good in any
other store in Omaha.
Terms, $3 Cash, 75c Weekly.
23 GRKAT STORKS THROUGHOUT
" ' fi M n srisA mhs4
i n k i H k
Ua akJikUa shs
The Reliable Specialists
This Institution bus long- been established in Omaha for the benefit of suf
fer -men. For the , urposo of curinK the ailment, that des rov men s Lmll
nr'lv&.'.'nl w;r'"lJin t-,nj '""t for wu,k. study or business, and ,h7
prlvliiK them of tho duties ul.d pleasures of life. Mn. don't d.-lav if you wa-Vt
to be saved and ,-estorwl to health and strength, with- menial and C l yMcal
powers complete t ome to the men's true specialists and learn your true eoni
uilloii. Het the ilKbl treatment and be tured safely d IhorouVthly
make a thor..uBh searching and acl.-ntltle examination your ail.
2 km wil?l.X'i5nL"MI','n 'ha' W'" "'" "' Physical condition, w'th" t
a knoale lKe f hi, I, you are sropm In the dark and wtlhout a thorouKli u -.lerstandlnif
of which po physician or specialist should treat vou. We want a 1
SilinK men to feel that they can come to this institution freely for unit
"wh1'?asT,' 1 y '-
MEN WHO NEED SKILLFUL MEDICAL AID
will find this Institution thoroughly reliable, differw.t from hcr .o-called in
stitutes, m-dleal concerns or spe. lali.ts' comoaul. .. You r.. lust as safe I,.
UKKK m'lt, M'dlial Il',,lu,e u with any STATtl OK NATPiNaL
We cure safely and thoroucbly Nervous rx-hlllty. fte.tul and Kldnev Dis
eases and all diseases and weaknesses of men due to neglect, iguorau. e, dlssi
pat Ion pr the result of sf ecllic diseases. . "
Fret Consul Mian ani Examination
STATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE
1308 Farnam St., Between 13th and 14th Sts., Omaha, Keb.
Bee Want Ads
Tinware Sets, 12-
i'lece. at J3o
We offer to home
furnishers of (hnsha
Kuur-day an especially
attractive bxtgaln in
theso sets of household
necessities. K.ich it
consists of YZ pieces,
nil well made and dur
able nrtlcles, as are
needed In every home.
Muy similar articles In
any department store
tud the set will cost
.011 three times . ns
much as we ask. Each
f I Is packed In nic
box and on talc ftatur
day only, rroni 1 p. m
l" I'l p. m. Come earl
snd avoid our nsiiel
4. V'i.. f
XKPKOTrD OAK HEAIR
or ,?ood size and orni;
mental appearance; burnn
coa or wood and is exceed
ingly economical: h ,.jHb-
orate nickel nrnnm...,. ,....
hot blast screw .1,',,
oiav renter tmf. -...
Ing lever handle to feed door
and many other most valu
able features. x rm
" sixes, up. . il ti
f rom ...... 1..... mJJ
Fully guaranteed, Ave
drawers, solid oak ease,
complete with full set of rit
tachments and acrehboris,
new dropheud style, easy
running. This machine is
worth $2S. Sold on easy
terms at the special price.
THE L'. 8.
f lO Cash
98 a Month
a. m. to S p. in. Sundays,
If you cannot call, wiita.
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