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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - December 23, 1901, Woodland, California                                 ESTABLISHED 1877.  WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA, MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER S3, IWL  PRICE FIVE CENTS  A SUDDEN DEATH.  Kate  George D. Stephens Expired Unexpectedly Sunday.  Was Thought to be Recovering From a Cold When a Stroke Stilled His Pulses.  5, 1875, leaving two daughters,  L. and Josephine.  May 2&, 1877, Mr. Stephens was married to Miss Nannie Lucas. To them have been born seven sons and four daughters. The sons are John I*.,  George D., William F-, Frank W„ Ben-jamin B., Paul and Jackson The daughters are Misses Lulu M., Sadie S. and Minnie Rad Mrs. Bessie Need-nam’. All of the children are at home except Mrs. Needham, who recently sailed for the Philippines, where she is due to arrive today. Mrs. Stephens also survives her husband.  The deceased also leaves a Mrs. Margaret Row lee, of Vermont.  Cooper county. Missouri, and two brothers, A. J. Stephens, of Rhome Wise county, Texas, and Thomas Benton Stephens, of Bunceton. Missouri.  The funeral services will he held at the family residence, beginning at 11 a. in. on Tuesday. They will be conducted by Professor A. M. Lls ton. interment will he In the Woodland city  cemetery.    .    ,    .  Although Mr. Stephens had passed that milestone usually regarded as the g ar( j en  seeds. limit of human life. his habits had j  Hervt *d. ben so exemplary that a month ago  BRIEF CITY NEVUS  THE SAGEBRUSH STATE  Making a Record That Should Give It Another Nickname.  Events of Interest in Woodland and Suburbs.  J. W. Freeman, of Stillwater. Nevada. was an arrival Saturday evening. He says that Nevada will be herself again. The S. P. folks are expending large sums of money In .straightening and equalizing the grades, and new mines have been (Aliened. The Tonnish district bids fair to lie Comstock No. 2. It was discovered in May.  A *  At  ulster. Items of More or Less Importance this time there are M»> people Inthe •    camp. The mines are easy or at cess  Picked Up Here and There  CASES RESET.  COLLEGE BASEBALL.  Washington Defendants Accept Ser- j High School Nine Defeats Business  INJURED AT FOOTBALL.  vice of New Warrants.  College Nine.  J. Hulsapple, J. Cropper. James Glenn, Angus Ross. J. Gorman and Anthony Astredo came over from Washington this morning and acknowledged service on the new warrants sworn out for their arrest. They were released on bail furnished by J ^  Woodland high school defeated the business college nine in a very Interesting game of baseball last Saturday by ti scorer of 20-15. The game was much better than the wore would j,cern to indicate. Both teams were accompanied by enthusiastic support-  An Operation on Albert Boots May Be Necessary.  it Foster and A. Morris In the sum of [era, who cheered bing and loud every  on the Wing.  George D. Stephens died at his residence near Madison about 8'. 2b o * lot k Sunday morning, December 22d. I he end was sudden and unexpected, and the announcement was a great sui prise and painful shock to the many  friends of the family. Mr. Stephens I ^eVe'seimed’ to be promise of many was taken sick with a severe cold a  yf , ar8 of aot lvity and usefulness before little over two weeks ago. but. genet*-  hlm For ft Inan of htg aKP  he enjoyed ully speaking, his health was better  unU8Ua j mental vigor and physical during the past year than it  1had  4 ^ e " strength. But death ( ame suddenly for some time previously. Something I  Rn(J wJth on | y the  slightest premoni-over two weeks ago he contracted a |     en( i,.j     a  useful ami beautiful  and yield fabulously. A large milling or reduction plant is going up. so that ores will not have to be shipped to Salt Lake, and lower grade ores can  be worked.  Sheep are bringing good prices, nqd At a meeting of the Masonic frater- I  rangeB  are in fair condition. Twelve  nity Saturday evening the third dp|ice    ago    Nevada    had    about    100,000  was conferred upon Rev. J.J. Morgan.  Senator Bard has sent to the “Democrat” ofllee for distribution a lot of The first come the first  severe cold while inspecting the work of the new irrigation system, as a result of which his lungs were considerably congested. But he did not regard his affliction as serious, and it required the earnest persuasion of his family and the almost imperative command of his physician, Dr. l*awhead, to induce him to take to his bed.  Is only able to get around with the aid  __________________of crutches. Ills many friends hope  life. Mr. Stephens    earned a    high    and I f 0r  jji 8  speedy recovery,  enviable reputation as a man of affairs     waa    a     IO    to    I    shot    in    the  and created for himself *    Wile and sixteenth dash Inst Friday.  Hon in the farmers    worid of    h    sin    *     b||| he xxon han auy. monied is devel-  sheep. Now she has about 1,000.000. Cattle are doing well and large quantities are being fed for eastern and California markets. Good prices and demand have. stimulated the growing of horses and mules.  This is a brief summary of the sagebrush state’s recent record, bot It shows that Nevada is entitled to an .other nickname. Mr. Freeman conli  r™ WUnon to a.     lm !IJ-ft  bright.  $250 for each defendant.  R. Clark entered « plea of not guilty for all the defendants. He also pled that they have all been ac quitted by reason of the dismissal of the first complaint.  The dates of the trials were fixed as baseball teams follows:    James Glenn. January IO.  1002* J. Cropper, January 14; J. Ilul-sapp’le. January 17th; Anthony Astrean, January 24th. James Gorman.  January 31st; B L. Kripp, Februaiy 7th, and Angus Ross February 14th.  Fat Vier Kerch will lecture in the Salvation Army hall Saturday evening. December 28th. Everybody welcome. Admission free.  Dr. Thomas Ross came over from Sacramento Sunday and went In situation with Doctor* Pro## and Kier over the condition of Albert Boots. the son of Mr. and Mr*. W. A. Boots. \bmit two months ago Albert, who attends the Main street public school. .Accidentally bumped hi* forchaa* against a tree while playing football. He was compelled to leave school and has been suffering considerably since. Nearly three weeks ago his condition became serious and a physician wa*  *...... .    summoned. There has    J®  The business college J improvement so it was decided totals th* unfortunate l>oy to the railroad hospital in Sacramento, where in all probability an operation will be performed on Friday.  time their favorites accomplished any thing out of the ordinary.  The game, while it was rail of errors, proved one fact very com Inalvaly. viz , that twith Institution* have splendid material for the development of good  MANY THANKS  For very material contribution to the Joys, festivities and comforts of the editor and his family for Christmas. Mr. and Mr*. T. B. Gibson have  team started the ball to moving in a  very lively manner, and during the early part of the game was easily in tile lead with a score of 7-2. Then Iceman, who had been twirling a good game, began to tire and lost control of the hall for a time, during which the high school Isiys evened up the score. This seemed to rattle the luminous college boys, and before they could settle down they were defeated. Iceman was very creditably supported by Catcher Scarlett.  SPLENDID PAINTINGS.  THE TROUBADOURS.   H *    Into    a    great    raeehorae.  found a  nature  and the tenderest emotions  He studied with tensive ^  and problems I Wednesday evening  place in his boart. [care all the ques Hens  The Native Sons ace making elusive p re J Wednesday  The Black Patti Troubadours, an aggregation of velvety vowel voiced singers. brisk buck and whirlwind wing dancers, and the unchallenged champion t ake walkers will appear at the  Miss Minnie B. Green, of Zamora, who is a student of the Hopkins art school, has two very creditable paint tags in J. R. Shelton’s drug store show   ..... windows. One of them is a portrait of  Woodard, though Young America in a pensive mood, and placed us under very    obligations,    I    ”*j t  hard at first by the business col- It is very true to life. The other is a  We sincerely hope the Christmas may 1 1    B     ^covered    himself and waa I splendid reproduction of a lot or PJI  be Indeed a merry one for them and I    effective during the latter part of [den poppies, with a copy of the Woos  that the new year may be both happy | g amo . He was ably supported by  1 , *“* 4     '    *■    ba. karouno  Glenn Rhodes.  Clem Lowe and Charles Brown urn pired excellently, and the twat of feeling prevailed throughout  aud prosperous,  ACCEPTABLE PRESENT  land ’ Democrat’* as a tuickgroond.  j These pictures are attracting much attention and are admired.  will  fine  tensive preparations for a big    opera    house    Thursday    I>^eml»cr    2i;th  They have i  The   w   ____  v ...-      ^______ „  ^    _    The    great    success    of    this    company    is  Sunday morning he was apparently I !*[, j n  the* industry in which he I planned for a Christinas tree enter-    J  ow j n g to the    fact that a    ft rat-class    per  much improved when he awoke. TjI*  en|(M ed. and bis long and varied tainment and banquet.    formant by    the pick    of << K,n * tt ’* n   several members of the family he said I gxpcrlencc gave him a reputation as a There will lie a masquerade ball this    J entertainers    is always    profit  w j  he felt better and breathed easier than I  und ftn ,| careful adviser. He was ! , vening in oW  armory hall, given by he had for several days prior, am He I conspicuously nseful In his sphere.  pro f. E. I#. Clark. The floor la In fine enquired about the weather with a i     nQt    roer< ,]y     an     intelligent    ob-1 audition, good music has been en-  vlew of getting up and moving about 1 8er ver profiting by the experiments of I  Ka ged ami it is probable that a large In the open air. He converged cheer-1 0 ^ ier8i  hut he was one of those per-1  crow( |  w {|) att cad  /  fully with his wife, his daughter, Mrs. I sodalities that shape sentiment and dl O’Connor, and his oldest son, John. I    events in whatever business they  With the latter he briefly  dl ^™^’|^e  future plans concerning the manage i ^)i I Ie Mr. Stephens was Intensely ment of hla extensive property. All .  ln bu8 i n egs affairs he always of the family except Mr. Stephens mc  foun( | y me  to be one of the kindliest. at the breakfast table.  Mr *-tenderest and most generous of men. was the first to return to her rattlers!     bon „, life was spotless, and he  room. She wa* quick to notice a great     t) |a     wlf ,.  an a children the deep  change in his condition, and spoke to I ^    tenderest affection. which aen-  hlm. but he made no response.     tlment wa . s  fully reelpriMated . His  quickly summoned the rest or in# I hold upon the esteem and affection of  \ly, but it was too late to afford him L,     W ) 1C  Knew him be;-t wan secure. Umi  * ny relief, and he passed away with-I ^ ^ ^ fiifflcult for those who were win •out sneaking again or apparently IWO*     t «d    with    him    to    realize    U:ll  All contributions of provisions, clothing and literature Bunt to W. C. T. IT- headquarters on First tlrMi opposite th© city hall. will b*i distributed among those who need them moat by the mercy department of that or* ganlzatlon.  The fastest mile made by a trotter on the California circuit this year aas the heat    trotted by Hie strik  ingly handsome mar© Anxellu in the second heat of a race at Woodland. re she met and defeated I ors, 2*. l2Vi-—Breeder  great Black Patti is a whole show in herself, the greatest singer of her time. But there are a lot of others— two score, in fact, of entertainers. I he new fane for this year is tailed "A Filipino Misfit,” with John Rucker. “The Alabama Blossom,” the funniest colored singing comedian In the land, in the leading comedy role.  Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Stevens please accept our thanks for a fat turkey, which Is especially acceptable at this particular season of the year. Their kindly and timely remembrance is duly appreciated. May they live long and prosper.  If you would have an appetite like a bear and a relish for your meals tnke Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver Tablets. They correct disorder* of the stomach and regulate the liver and bowels. Price 25c. Bam pies free at J. V. LeithoUl's drug store.  A. J. Snell wanted to attend a party, but was afraid to do so on account of pains In hit stomach. which be feared would gtow worse. He says. "I was telling my troubles to a lady friend,  WHAT FOR DESERT?  This queetion arises In the family every day. Let na anawer It today. Try Jelly-O, a delicious and healthful dessert. Prepared In two minutes. No bolling! no baking! simply add boiling water and set to cook vore—Lemon, orange, raspbetry strawberry. Get a package at your grocer’s today. IO cents.  RHEUMATISM CURED IN A DAY.  Mystic Cure” for neuralgia and rheumatism radical** cures In I to 3 days. It* action upon the system rn remarkable and mysterious. It removes at once the cause and the discase Immediately disappear*. * The .first dose great!’ benefits. 75c and IL Fla- Bold by J. V. Lelthom* druggist. Woodland I laud.    _______    *  CHRISTMAS BALL.  There will be a ball at Esparto oftj  Bd  Praet, the Jeweler, buys hie [Christmas night, in*, ember 25th.  who said, Chamberlain * Colic, Chol-1 ^ ood(l  qi re€ t from the manufacturer*. J Good music will be furnished and sup  you the middleman s profiler  era and Diarrhoea Remedy will put |     My   you in condition for this party* I Dought a bottle and take pleasure In stating ‘hat two doses cured me and i) r . France* L Newton will resume enabled me to have a good time    at the I a,. r  office practice    et    her    residence  party.’ Mr. Snell I* a rodent of | after January    Im    Jal* 1   Summer Hill. New York. This    rum©-  dy is for suIc by J. V. Leithold.    |    Take a disc plow    out    on    trtak  —    —    I    &    Murray.  Have you seen the beautiful line of smoking Jackets and neckwear that I Michael has Just received?    dl7tf  per will lek  be served at the Barn** ho-d25dw  If you aint got a guess get one for the pony and cart and make your  children happy  Lord IN!  Disc plows Murray.  guaranteed.  Lord A o2SRI  out speaking again or apparens ■ «*• “ |  loH1}Iv tth  orated with him to realize | 2:1 IL am! Jack W ognJoJng auy member of hie famli*. |  hls g4m j  httM  taken Its flight and and Sportsman His physician says death was due to a ^  th ^  8hftU  evermore be deprived' stroke ai apoplexy.     f  , llH wlBO  counsel and generous  m».    __  ^^Vun^f^Caii/ornla on the loth of J HOLY ROSARY ACADEMY.  BAND BENEFIT  A Boom  Xmas Bells  er  May. 1*49. and arrived in Sacramento  „n tile 6th OI Augiwt oftlin ““‘Jfo”. |  A  pitting Prelude to the Chri»tm»i|f,: in fur  .vent  Vacation.  Ile engaged in milling in 4-ampe. eu.h o« Mormon Wend   H “^n?' with other I The -Monthly PotnU." the ..a.llng ,iiiut-rn in    a cabin on the Sacramento I    „f  t b.    senior ( lass    pam-r    and semi  riv^r In    the    spring be returned to    annual    exopiinatlon    in muata brok*  raisins OB the middle (ork at Amer- „, routine <h rlMi «»rk «, Krtdjy *uji river and was sucre**!uh Island formed a lima*; prelude t.» iniv Im abandoned the mining camp Christmas vacation.  Iud    Sacramento wher*. to The    examination    wa.    thorough.  l uluiiany    with    his brother, the late I    icaies    exercise* and    theor>    forming  Johu D Stephens,he engaged 111 buying I principal l»u !  < Market impiovttmn immigrants. They drove**- “    **"  The merob«*rs of the new brass band have derided to give a grand masquerade ball on Friday evening, February 21st. and have engaged new armory The proceeds are to b«* used for purchasing uniforms. This Is a worthy cause and the boys are deserving of financial support from the public.  .......Will    soon    be    ringing  For Holiday  Xmas Shopping is Here!  THE GUESSING CONTEST.  Christmas La’! tomorrow or Hie next day, but it* not too *m»k» to  begin Chrhl.ua* chopping. Compar** ll,., wise early shoppe’  stock from  _____  M     ,  u lot of cattle and mules to Yolo coun-iy god made a camp on what they be lieved to be government land. me location was south of what was hup posed at that time to be the southern boundary of the grant known os the ftaucho Canada de Capay. A subsequent survey showed that the boundary was a mile further south than originally supposed, and brothels purchased the 3400 ai re** known as ike original Stephens home  in technle and voice . nit tire waa no Heed. Some of the vocal pupils have promising voice*.    „  The (liiss paper,  1  Roaar>’ Leaflets. wan an interesting number. it was edited hy tile beuior elaHS**s, aud pus nesses literary m**rit of a high order. Both tim poetic and pros** coutrtbu-tlous are huffleiently ineritorioiiH to deserve a plat ** in literary publlcntioms of a ip liers! circulation.  In the studio was a pretty display work of the art and fancy work color paintings.  the  in im Ft s Mr Stephens returned to | pupike-^il and water 'I    purvboUl a lot Of cat- J,astel, crayon, pencil, burnt leather,  fb^hlch he drove to Oregon. He re-  Stl f tt  pillow s. « enterpeiees, doylies, turned to the Stephens farm In Yolo I mufflers, and many other  #u *T r  ^ untv In IMI, and he continued to re-1 Christmas glftn tor parents am  £ Yolo county until the hour  of  I ^ftnttoT^  S. Clark, M. Giavln. P. Barron, A Ma  ids death.    „  George D. and J. D. Stephens con  Superior Court,  State of Califoniia.  Ckiunty of Yolo. ii E. Gaddis, Judge.  Mr. M. Michael,  Worland, Calif.  Dear Sir.  Ob »(<dunt of unavold abl** absence from the city during Ch. IM mas week it will lie imjHishihle for me to participate as on# of the judge* for the guessing conte*! far the earl and pony. I have spoken to Mr. W. L. Wood, county treasurer, w rn ha* kindly eon senti*! to aet in ny place. If this selection should pro # satisfactory to y*» i and the oilier gentlemen whom you have selected as Judges I would lie glad to have you and them select Mr. Wood in my stead, With all the compliments of the season I am  Very truly yours.  E. E GADHIA  Commencing -  Today, We Place on Sale Our Entire Line of  .vmplau. .kwUn »nd pn.Hu i.jr lh.  Th* Leathering of Christinas preo#nU U don# laisuraly, plooauraiHJ  i d SSSSSi The unfortunate one who I- over going to begin Holf-  and profitably day shopping < arly, but never do»w evitable. Uh rhinitis shopping I*  llghtou your trouble**'  in Toyiand.  ii ut to content with til. inhere mod# a pleasure. I tern t than©  Ladies* Holiday Heck Ruffs  sinned in imrinership iu the farming Lou, M Runge, 8. iUnknde. M. Arm-L    u    tnisiness until the death of I strong, B. Simpson, W..  v  sssbon. N..  and stock business the lather. They accumulated agreat deal of property, which wa* divided several mooths after the death of John H At the time of George 1).« death he owned nearly 5000 arras of good farming land and a sheep range of 30U0 acres in Yolo county and one-half of the Highland springs property, which comprises about 33oO acres* Hts laud was well stocked and improved. Mr. Stephens was also a large stockholder in the Ban* of Woodland and vice-president of the corporation A short time ago Mr. Stephens inaugurated a movement to incorporate his vast estate, but whether the work was completed or not we do not know.  June ll. 1872. Mr. Stephens wa* married in Sacramento to Mias Lama r Wilcoxson, a slater of the tale Jefferson Wileoxeon. She died Decern lier  Miller, Z. Gibson, A. Mullen, I. Browning, B. Abele and M. Manger.  Hand-Painted Bisque Ware European Art Novelties And Children’s Fur Sets, at  How about a dress suit case? Don’t you think that would make a lovely present? Elegant line to ( boose from at Michael s.    d21tf  FOOD CHANGED TO POISON.  Putrefying food in the intestines produces effects like those of arsenic, bul Dr. Kings New Ute Pills expel the poisons from clogged bow'els, gently, easily but surely, cuiiug constipation, biliousness, sick headache, fevers, all liver, kidney and bow a1 troubles. Only 25 ecu Ut at W. ii. Lawson's drug store. ___  JUST RECEIVED A lot of tin and agateware and a full line of cooking utensils. All kinds of tin and agateware repairing jafld.    U MORIN.  The latest in dressing sets. silver  and ( bony. F. C. Ewart, Jeweler. d7tf  —  N. S. G. W. BALL!  Saturday the animals had a HitOI in Toyiand IF* t.** bad, children, that you were not oil hare to tba   1  The it. o * arith a rubber bulb attach, d. Every tim# you prows the Int!ii til. V jump, bd c«tuU.  I'b»* barklu^ d »g •ame as abova, imitate* a dog hark lug. t*. coot#.  Stuffed doth barny aid actinal", ttah a* i*ovi< don kays, sheep, bursas uinl dogs, 26 cent*.  Hacking donkey with clown, run# book ward and forward, a vary amusing to}, 50 * out#.  GIVEN BY  W< IO I 'I, A NP  CAH I.' »R . .  NO. 30 ...,  Less than Regular Price,  A GOOD COUGH MEDICINE.  I find Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy Is an excellent medicine. I have b.*en suffering from a severe cough for the last two month*, and it bas effected a cure. I have great pleasure in recommending IL—’VV. C. Wocknef, This I# tile opinion of one of our oldest and most respected residents, and been voluntarily given in good  If you are looking tor diamonds for Xmas, remember that Ed Praet has a lifetime experience in precious stoma. d€tf  Carload cook and air-tight heating stoves at Lord A Murray's. nlktl  HEW YEAR'S EVE  Tuesday Evening, Dec, 31, PJ I  New Armory Hall  This t*  Inn at smart stylar mon p mf or ab I ban furs for d rosa, $ I 25 to |7 50.  Mechanical Flying Machine.  Balanced on rod. man sit* la Parshall revolving for fully 5 minutes, 50 ceti’*.  The Doll Family.  In  Most complete line of sterling silver fisi ware. *F. C. Ewert, Jeweler. d7tf  Verus cures pilds or $50 reward. Price $2. For sale In Woodland by  f22  faith that others may try the remedy J. V. Letted*, tk^dniggist  and be benefited, as wa* Mr.    j?i DP     oriental    pearl opera  This remedy U aoid^by J. V. La?ithc.d. I  hftaaie  attached. F. C.  latest Improved disc plow at I^ord Jeweler.     M   m Murray’s.    _____  n29tf  Tomorrow night claret th# great  No trouble to make a sele* lion tor j gut ting coutem for the FW^am 1   First-Class . . Music by . * . Prof. Do Coe’s --chestrn , . .  aa offer too good and rare for aas on# to pas- ’iou could not a., (or", utu-r    lr.    ",Z    \C  an,I wi.(j,l,K »"<( lh® prk-..Uber.l that jrou  help but buy. TM U* 1 1,1  ludo©  Ho#*’ Jar*  Clove I loxes Handkerchief I Iola*  Toothpick iloldein Fur Sots in Angora,  aud rlj_; Ut, we Ii*va a large family.  You ail kmjw ho# much el tit# child’* happitu*** depends on Santa brtngtug  a UMw doll,  Dolls with kid bodies from 18 ©eats  to 13*50*    ,    .    .  lh) , Carri t and tjo-carts, wouaen rn hor is, basket woven i»«d, leaf th ll in. ties, 25 cents.  Doll A’arriac*’^ as abote, only larger, with pa raw ii. SU * eats.  .Nu, 3172, IMH Carriage, wileal* bound with I* on band-, stied* hoed h. .ivy woven willow ‘od, with parasol. 95 emits    ,    .  No 3173, Doll Carriages, con axles ana whosis, heavy wuvott willow boos, era'our # lined, with parasol, $1.50-No JU I* * ame aa above un] y much  French Holiday Aprons,  Th# small mat ones with doubt*? flounce on bottom, with pocket,  inturned with la## and baby ribbon ii aeried, in black, white and atm, SS  coats coats sod $1.  Ladies* Holiday Shawls.  Ladies 1  baud crochet Umbrella Shawls, a much appreciated preeeufc, in white aud trimmed Lu eulore. 11.50, •2.  Holiday Handkerchiefs.  75 tty Isa. lh different, from S cents  to It SO®  Holiday Ideas in Flannel  Waists.  You know the reputation we hare. A u«w shipment just rn dressy ai d  a  clue for tile holidays from |1 J»U to I  That Boy of Tours  nay be a liit.c fellow, but Ila Is pr* just th# aam#. Note his pride wi’-U  JUT slut to.  HoUday Juvenile Shirts,^ daiachabkt collars, cuffs attached, 50 and bd cd Holiday Juvenile Whit# Shirt, g^od quality linen, full, regular ©eoir.S| in tor(X-d beaouis, 50 ©eats.  1*1 aquas Pin Tim}d Flower Bowls perfume Bot ii* •  glass**  Ewert.  d7tf  ALL AHL CORDIALLY INVITED  a selection for J guessing a Christmas present at Michael s. dJltf cart.  admission  Fur couple, ILOG ^peOtators, 25c  Picture Frames Ink Bund?  ^Thermometer* Calendar? Lamb and liars*  Work Dexes I ndisn  Hank et*  Etc, Etc Et#  larger, $1 »5.    ,  No. JHI Uinie as alsive ane larger,  woe n bell, with parasol, (2.  Nos 3175. 31 id, 3177, tike tba  Juvenile Neckwear*  The smart sort, cm client idea? and pal Un its in bows, U»ck-» aud foul ins Kamis, 25 cauls.  Juvenile Dress Qloves,  In Modes, Tans, Browns aud I lads, Mag^oui make, ll.  OPEN EVENINGS  The White House  bab> buggy, upholstered lo cretonne, ad J ust a bl© top*, ^t«• I axle# audspriaga, ut 12 50. Ii * r »0 aud 14.00.  Steel wagon*?. 11x22. 11*35; I *x?4, $1 *ki; I3x2b, $1.80; 14x28, $2, 15x33, $2.25  Holiday Silk Sale.  Japan#** silk in »uohshader aa bilMHt violet, green, red, bt *wn, yellow -helio, cerine and pink, jusl the thine for your holiday fancy work sold fur 35 cants; special price, 28 cents.  Helpful Hint* in Window Duplaj. Hoadqunrtori tar Holiday Haud ehuf*  Peoples’ Trade Palace  .... HOLIDAY DISTRIBUTORS   

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