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   Fort Wayne Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               luslin Underwear Selling! "k' thlw'B 8Mue to lbiuk of-some Mudo and eeasary. Every turment is sol.1 below vidue. Wlo'OEe a pretty dress for a child for small price. SOIHH are t iingluuii, vrn. Madras, some tell white, trimmed ami [Jain, sell this way. and B5c Dresses we reduce to 48c. S 1 .26, S 1 .50 and S 1 .98 Dresses we reduce to 88c. Wouwn'B Linen Kulta, Jackets ard KVtrta which boon selling at DO and up each, wo bunch tvt ono low a iv CARPET SAUE GOES ON. If you have a tloor to recovor.now or in the futuro.a to tho coat n be at thin dale A libeml i-rieo cutlluK through tint amlru 00k Of Urpettf. Curtuin.-.Cuitain Swisses, Katiea. 1 Juulcurna, id Upholstery Uooda. Handkerchiefs for Women. We'vo tnrnwl a wr theuntrniico, holding a biy iu Kwiai llirndkur. Hifefs. all fast edge., and pretty. lit, IKc and L'Cc SH 7o apioue or 4 for 23u. free sheets and Buttorli-k patterns for August aro at anil, .Ptoto roducod prices on patterns. "We areatiU giving oil painting f roo au every irarcluue tind uii-mrda. Mr. Winks tho taloutod arttBt will remain a fww dnysyet with is. Thoso having cards and paintings selected must gut thoiu thia Fhe Rurode Dry Goods Big Shirt Waist Deal. One hundred and liftonii dozen -adlea'- Fino "Fashion" Shirt Wakta, bought from 11. Lovlngtou. manufacturer 4C W. Main streot, for on 1 10 lollar. Thoy come n tbo choicest stylos )f Lawns, J'nrcales, Orgaudloa, Madras and Corded novelties. The Btylo and workmnushlp In wrfftct. To bo placed on snlo today and Bntardny (it finirt Wniat prices, quality .considered, never before (Brrainj JUI.V 15, 1B38. Ituunu Ho. 800. Uionno motor follows 9am ps p. m 100 m ys Wuatlitr. LADIES' PRROALB WAISTS. About 10 dozen unit nud pretty well made, would bo good value at 3flc, Rrica tonight and Batunlay; variable vrinds. NEWS NOTES. TABLE NO. i. LADIES' WAISTS AT 25c. Over 25 damn Fino Percale aud Mndraa Waiflta, atylish unttems, f nil blonso fronts, collnn tad cuffs, earna Waists sold at tho beginning of tho aeaaon for Tdo, Price and 8. K. Blair havo returned from (ho oaet. Mrs. C. 1. lllddlo IB tho guest of her aon in Buffalo, X. V. Mrs. UeoigaCroabyu tho guest of relatives in EOlnKham, HI. Mra. Ma-ry and daugh Zfllla loft today for Winona. MPJ. Murthii Jlnrray, of New York, ia visiting iu the city. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lou Stowart have returned from a visit in Chicaeo. Miss Carrie Glenn ia tho gnost of Hiss Bassfo Kloin in Buntington. Mra. F. G. Bnydor nnd daughter, Kathorino, aro visiting in P mouth. Miaa Maudo Whcolock, of Loo, IB .ho guest of her aunt, Mrs. K. K. Whoelock. -Miss Daisy Boaber has returned Tom a month's outing at La Miss Loontino Wootssy, of San-dusty, Ohio, ia the guoat of Mrs. Louis Diothor, Mra. S. M. Foster and lli.-s Alien nnd Hiss Hand Harrison loavo tomorrow for Oinahn. Mr. and Mrs.. Jay McCracken will lenvo tomorrow for an oxtom trip throogh Colorado. Mrs. J. D. Lonorgan, of Buffo N. Y., is in the city visiting nophow, James E. Lonargan. Mrs. James Smith has accompanied her siBier, Mrg. Esther Taylor, to Chicago'for a few days' visit. Miss Mata Elann, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Pvoths-schild, Itas gone to Long Branch. Miss Mary Moycra has returned to Columbia City, after a pleasant visit with relatives and friends here. Mra. Dan Myers and daughter, of Docatur, Ind., spent yesterday in tho city tho gnests of Mrs. Uohert Harding. The many friends of John Dos-well will be glad to hoar tliat ho Is improving in hoaltfj. Mr. Doswol is at MLw ITatUe LeMnr and Master Ross, Miss Alidn Baldook and Emily Williams loavo thia week for an outing at Rome {Jity. Tbo Mothodisfs of tho dtv wiii picnic at Btriunuy park Thursc Jnly 81. Thoy will start from tho Wayno street church nt 10 n. m. Charles Meyers left for Schumm Ohio, today to attend thu funeral o his father-in-law, John Bionz, wlio died at that placo Wednesday mor ing. Huntingfom Herald: "Col. R. U Thompson, of tho Wabaah railway' was down from Fort Wayno lli morning. Asltod as to tho rumor of bia candidacy for secretary o state, Mr. Thompson said ho hat such purpose. Ha had received very gratifying offers of support from many sources throughout tho sfa bat his nffaira wore in nuch n aha nstomakoit impossiblofor him bocomo a candidatu this year." A crowd of lovers of the dauco went to Rome City last evening at "o'clock, roiurningabontmidnfcli Thg affair was under tho auei. of fho D.'s of T., which was cnongh to insura its social success in OT( way. Mr. and Mrs. Will Rsitzc Mr. ana Mrs. A. L. woro among tho chaporons, and tho Fort Wflyno colony nt Dio littlo resort displayed fhoir approving conn nances during tho in sptte of tho boat in tho city ycstor day, It was cool cnongh near the lako to trip tbo anc two stop, and not maay -gat OB the.nntnbora. TABLE NO. 2. LADIES' WAISTS AT 39c. 25 dozen of the Finest Pattern Percale and Mtidra'a drawn thia fronts, doUichiibla collurs, new back, would bo excellent vnlnoa at 75c, Price TABLE NO. ;i. j -AT 49c. Waists in full Percale Satinos, Madraa and Corded Novel-tien, beautifully, mado, full fronts plaited backs, samo Waists havo boon sold in the city 10 daya aco for 11.00 and Price NOW IS THE TIME And hare ia the place to huy summer -wash goods. THEY MULT GO. GO pieces summer cloths, in cream ind black grounds, a regular Go fabric, Price aXc per yd, l.BOO yards figured dimities, formerly Bold for IOc ant 12Xc, Price Full.Btandard light prints. Price per yd. 25c Snmmet Corsets, iflo. LadiOfl' Vesta, worth 10c, for Gc BOO Outing Shirts for 20n. ALL .WOOL (oxtra super) Ingrain RESPECTFULLY, ABDILL TAFT. West fleiry Pickled Herring, Caviar, Cervelat and Salem Sausage. Pickles: Mustard. Cider Vinegar and White WAeat Vinegar. J. G. 13 Harrison ROUE nTv Every AND- i Sunday Return j A. M. 50c. We- have Money to Loan on Farm and City Real Estato, at 6, 6 1-2 and 6 percent. Interest. Loans closed at Ml IKTEIBHir CO, Z5, SO, 37. nnJ 29 FIXLTO-LOKB Salaried (Ladles' or Gentlemen) on their own names. H i. mil tm'y OUd has goua to Koiutt outliig. MisttfrCuri JSr-'Wii. of IJrowa Cooper. U. Tifiruoy, of Ijiksni'le, joined j family at Home City List uvon- i. II. 1'a.ssauuvii luu rotuructd to iLtdelpliin uftur a short visit in s city. Mra. C. K. Falrflold aud daughter iee have geno to Dayton. Ohio, r u viait. Mtd. W. Luruud last evening from a vbit Lafavotto. Mra. K. K. Bush guvo n thimblo ty thiaiiftmnoon in compliment Mrs. Dr. Council, of Ifcxsitur, J., is tho gutLst tor a tew days ul Irenonnd I'ansy llell, of Ucrat! visiting their cotis.ius, Mildwl nd L-jld Winch, of Wabash avo uo. Mrs. H A. IVnviui-rt ixnil dauyhtei Irs. Will of Chicugo, iiro 10 Kiio.std Of Mr. and Mrd. Ilom-h. 1M. Ciimpbnll. of Murion, Ind. visiting Charlie Old: r., for a few days, now the guo f lUrou Long. Mra. (1. A. Triogor has nstnnid i her hnmn in Chicago, iiftiir i It'jisaiit virft of will riondii in thitt city. Joromo and Claudo Matthews lie ilyo.NonHof County Auditor .1 >bilya, 1mvo gone to Uuilani Jhlo, for a two woefes' visit. Tlio W. C. T. U. took au outing t winnoy park yofttordny nftornoou V Inrgo numbor were u luterenting session waa hold. Mr. and Mra. Ituhrmanu aughtor, Myrtle, nnrl Mlsso. 'enionnd llamio Murcsinmnn, n ;iucumnti, atteuilod tho I'nul-Kull ioff woddlng. Uuy Smith, of Toledo, will return o Port Wayne tonccaptn positn u the Stajileford niiwlo htoro. Mr inilth waa formerly oinployod ho Baldwin utoro in this city. A very enjoyable party was give Vodnegday evening by Miss Francoa Shnckman in honor of her giies iltss Kittle Kulfor, of Clilcat ?rogros3ivo podro was tho gamo ,lio evening und at It o'clock dnint efrualimeuls woro served. Mr. and lira. II. A. Darnell, whil iding on East Main street car "ih morning, lost a ptwkot ho" cmtiining over f.'j. Tho purse 'ound hy Conductor Cary, who li uodlatoly roturnod it to tho own era, who otfored tho lionest man reward, which ho refused. At a meeting of the bourd of tru :ees of tho Allen County Orphans loino, hold Tuesday afternoon, vote of thanks wits tendered th Fort Wnyno (Inn sol id a ted ytro railway, also' Louis Ileilbrono amusement manager, for tbo cou .esieg extended the children of th home at the recent picnic nt Holj son Pflrlt. Dr. K. K. Wheolock has sold racing mare to Oscar Wobrock. Ti salo was n conditional ono. If i lorao conld not go in yoale day, the sale was to bo considorei off, aud if tho maro cannot go milo in less than before t! season closes, tho doctor is to fo foil Tho maro turned the track at tlio Driving purk yoaterda in Tho people of Fort Wnyno show their patriotism and help Undo Sam whip tho Spanii by subscribing for almost of tho war honda. Almost ono-ha of those bonds were subscribed f by persons who could only hnyli !hnn -worth, domonsjlratl that even the leas wealthy aro wil ing to take a chance on Undo Sam promise to pay, especially when needs the money to whip soi sneaking foreign country with. Do not forget the auction salo bicycles tomorrow (Saturday) a day in tho Trentmau block. IJcst Olty Flour Down Barrel. Large Missouri New Potatc Down to 70c Largo Sew Onions Down to! Prclt. Itoit Sugar Cared Hams, 5016. Best Sugar Cared Shoulders n Picnic Haius, Best Sugar Cured Dacon, Oc. Choice Smoked Best Country Butter, IGo. Fresh Country lie. Baked Beans In Tomato Sanco, au. Louisiana Itico, TJ. NowRnn Dried Peaches, -io Ib. Good Now Cnlifornfo-llaisin, 4c WHITE FRUIT HOUSK. THERE IS NO FLIES'ON us! irdon the Slang Expres- sion, lik-li You AVIII Siiy U11 init, fur Mt-iiu to Siiy Tlwre Is Boo 0. .T. Ash's cost-salo rofrigo ntor add. in. another column. Do not forgot the auction ealc bicycled tomorrow (Saturday) day, in theTrontman block. Car Granite War Chenjiflrfban j received a nice assortment of !Jj ito Ware which wo aro able to at much lower prices thnn Ion lots. Largo CoiTeo Tots, 15c, 20c Large Copper Boilare, 3Sc, No. 8 Too 40c. TipKottlos, 20cnud2oc. Largo (irnnlte Backots, 17c on 20c. Caspidoros, 103 and 3Qc. J" qaart Dish .f.ic. 1'ndding Ce, 7o, 3c a (Jranifo Wash BIRIDP. Oc and li Ijots of othor useful artlolos at lo pricos. WHITE Fitcrr Hocsr. Uo not forgot tho fttictioa mle bicycles tomorrow (S-itnniay) day, in tho Trcntiwm Uock. on Our Kngiir Cou ters. Our nutter or HUM on Our Mcut 1 till Olll- AIlHIt lllOL-lt l-'lio-ioii Our Coiifrctloiicry, Ciilio or I-Vttlt Counters ut III! CltOCKUY. There It) scarcely n fly in 01 tore for WA litivo jiM put in OE inulrtxl and ftwt of n mr iylefiin tlmt mnkos one hundroi ovolutliuiH per ininuto, wbich ily drives out nil tho flioa, bu itablishey tbe fac. tluit the Ureut it nuil and lif-litopt Inanost niul oheaifo.st in also th ooltist atoro in Fort Wnyno ITiprn 1ms boon qulto n decline li vheat nnd wo propmo to follow th right down and soil yo lolInFort Wayne, the very bcs winter wheat flour made, nt hi. Hock Crenk Milla i'ftvorlto Brand ioxt beat, tl.labhl. liirly Ohio Potatoes, rljw am Dwily, K5o hushel. Fine Sugar Cured Uania down t D Ib. Plcnio Hams down to Ib. Breakfast Ihcou, Oc; Bosti Hacnn. Co II. liohtonBuan Pork, Hi Exeollont Corn, (io; a. can Excellent Tomatoes, 8c. Umne flrown Colory, we blenched and largo Ktooks, down t 20i! doz. Sour Cherries, third hnshol hni kota, rJc. Tbis ia fho lowest prio of the SBasoui Potiltry. Spring Ducks, Spring Clncbens ivo nnd dressed. Our Fresh mill Smoked He; Dcpnrtinoiit itookod with the very finost Bee Veal, Lamb, Pork, kettle ran derod Ijird, mild Sugar Curet Flnms, Breakfiist Bacon, Drio Bsof ChippBd Just Right, Bonole 3am, Boiled Ham, Cook Pressi lam, Summer Bansnge. In Fresh Frntts und VeffctftWi Wo have ovorything in season, an are now receiving. Rod nnd Bin Raspberries, Blackberries, Big BIu. IJorries, Missouri Peache Georgia Water Melons, on ice, Nn mog Melons, Acmo Tomatoo. Homo Grown Roasting Ears, Bnu mer Squash, Larye (Iroeii Cucum White Plauie Celery, Uom drown, large stalks and we bleached. We Will Oloso Ry calling your nttontton to our ui precodonted low prico of for s thousand Fine Parlor Matches at THE GKUATKST GROCERY "West Columbia nnd llarrii Street. Basti Block. Everyone should supply them solves with a ooppor-nickel f on. ke tlo when they can gflUhom for 5 each at IT.  o L'ttltleiichod Table Linen worth GOc. Unbleached Tulle Linen worth COc. I'loUod Table Linnu. worth L'Sc SBC Itod Tnblo Liuon, worth ITHo Itod Table Linen, worth ;i5o All Nupklns sold at cost All Towels sold at cost. i 75o Bod ttprand-H, worth G3o lltil Spreads, worth nt 106 Sheeting ito. 4So Curlains, worth UOo. 03o IJICH Curtains, 80o. aim mm. 9Ss Laoa ttirtnlna, worth 25. tl.15 1-aoo Cortaius. worth tl.50. 11.25 Laco Curtains, worth Curtains, worth WOO. l.85 Tuplatry Curtains, worth J'i-2S. -1 25 Tapoatry Curtains, worth f 1.75 Clienille Curtains, worth L'5o Ingrain Carpots, worth 48o' all wool Ingrain Carpeta. worth COo. adlea' Jloao. worth 7o. lAdloa' Uoto, worth Indies' lioso. worth IDo. io Ixtdipa1 Hose, worth 17c. lOo Ladius1 lloso, worth L'Ec. 21o LndicB1 HOBO, worth 30c. Chiianiit'it Uoeo. ull siMM, worth Jo hadlen' Uiiderweap, worth ladles' Uandfrwoar, worth uaiM1 it uyp. 'Xc ladles' Underwear, wortt 'tienls' Black Uose, worth j 100 Uonls'litack Hose, worth 15o. Ladle.' .old at at cost. All Laces sold at cost. All Ribbons sold at cost. All Corsets sold at cost. All Parasols sold at cost. All Lndlos' Wrappers sold at cost. Don't Fail to Attend this Great Clearing Sale, as Everything in Our Store is to be Sold at Cost. Sale Commenced SATURDAY, JULY 9th. WM. HAHN COMPANY, Tlxe Boston Store. Fred Landonborgor is ill with ty- moid fovor. J. W. White, of Alontimlier, led., is m tho clly. Dr. Siver arrived homo last night from Denver, ho wont on a business trip. Lncilo Bkidnvaro, of Ulmrleston, 111., lavishing tho family of J. W. Hitton, No. 15 Caesfitreot. Martin.Qnau has boon given a [lormit to oroct a residence nn lot 24C, Hamilton's fourth addition. Arnold Ebort, representing a manufacturing. Jinn at 'Wurnibore, Germany, ia registered at tho Wayne hotel. "AFTERNOON TEAS." I.oil If, 9Io., TJditu tho Foot At some select afternoon "tcna1 iu St. Lonls, Mo., tho ladies liavo boon serving tho new food delicacy, Grape-Nuts, nnd it has Itonome very popular, o-sing to its novel and never to bo forgotten flavor as as tho fact that it ia roidy to servo without any preparation what- ever, a most desir.abln feataro for hnrry breakfast and luncheon. Made by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Crash SuitH Lews Than Uost. f3.0Q grade that cost us 93. 40, now go at IU. fi.OO grado that cost us now go nt (2.30. grado that coat us f4.40, now go nt ftl.85. CO grade that coat us fD.OD, now t-O at GLOIIE DiasoLUTios HALF.. !Et3 A. K. nnrnt Co. TO THE CONSUMERS OF WATER. The supply of water today Is not adequate to the con- sumption and for tho pro- tection of the city we ask every property owner' and consumer to stop all unnec- essary waste, and uso only so much water as is abso1 lutely necessary. Dy Order Trustees Water Works.________ ffiUITS. Blackherrrios. Black EnepborrioB, Red Ilaspborrice, Whortleberries, Gooseberries, Plums, Now Apples, Peaches and Pine Apples. Prices lowng tho lowest at THE NEW KEYBTOKB, 238 and 240 Calhoun street. Negligee Shirts Loss Than Cost. GO and ?5o grades DOW go at ?1.00 [Trade now go at T3c. grade now go at GLOBE DISSOLUTION SALE, A. K. Hurst Co. Tho time for sprinkling streets, lawns and gardens Is as follows: From 7 p. m. to p. m. and from 8 a. m. to 9 a.m. COST SALE Of refrigtmttors audcopjior, nickel (tlatod toa keltlos. Beginning July K', nnd continuing Monday and TutS'Tny of next vreok wo will sell nil roMgoratora and ice boxes at actual cost, and tbo best all copper nickel plated ta-i kettles, cither or nine, pitt or flat bottom, at foe. Tho abovo goods will not bo charged during this salo, at II. J. ASH'S UKUAIIU; STOVE lloroc. For Tomorrow. Wo will rea-ivo in tho mornins tt sihlpiiiont of at r.0o per bucket. Nice Ulaoh Hasp'jQrrios, fa qu Huckleberries, 80 quart. Nico largo homo grown Colory, 20s hunch. Chickens, both spring and old, dressed to order. COVEBIIM.K Aitctiot, 21 Harrison street. Grand concert, pianio andsnmiuer night festival given by the Fort Wayne Turaveruin, nt Centlivro's park, next Monday afternoon and Concert -by City band, a to 0. Games, etc., 4 p. m. i-112 MOQ'G crash suit, t'J.OS. AT THE BELL, 18 Calhoun Street. Allen County Alatract company, 33 West Main street. Utf Straw lints less thnn half price. GLOIIE DISSOLUTION SALK, IBtS A. K. Hurst Co. Grand concert, picnic and summer night fosttval given hy tho Fort "Wayno Tnrnvoroin, nt Centlivre'5 park, noxt Monday afternoon and evening. Concort by City baud 2 to G. Gaaits, oto., 4 p. m. llt2 Painters'white overall, with bib, AT Tire BELL, IS Caihonn St. MONKY TO LOAN On real estate or personal C. F. PFEIFTER, Rooms 6-7. Baas Blk. Summer clothing lesa thnn cost. GUJBU DltJSOLUTIOHSALE, 15t3 A. K. Hurat Co. Wo offer honoat bargains In all grades of Wall Paper. Inspect onr olaborata stock, which cannot fail to pleoso. 123 Broadway. Toledo every Sunday via Wnhash round trip. iat8 FOR RENT. True Blue's hall, over 10 and 12 West Wayne street. Inquire at this office. lOtf AT50CON TflB'gl.OO. 1 Men'n straw hatj. Tim BELL, Ufa -18 Calhoun Btrent. NEW aHOCERT. Saturday, July 1G, 1808, Ovordear Qrosjofln will open Tho Now Grocery at 145 Hair street, throo doors south of Hope hospital, -which be another oue of those eloan- est and tost lighted places in tho Ity. Now new wo will soil for cash na cheap as liny othor place in tho city. Wo bavo fancy and staple gooda and invito ono and all to call aud seo us nt Tho New Gro- cery. Itometnbnr tbo dato and place. Yours truly, OVERUCAB GROSJEAH, Homo Phono No, 1070 Main. J7.50 black cheviot suit, special for tomorrow and Saturday, at TTIE HELL. 14t2 18 Calhoun Si: Tho stockholders of tho Tri-Stato Building and Loan association -will hold their annual meeting nt tho oftico of the association Monday evening, July 18, 1808, for tho pur- poso ot electing a board of directors to BOrvo for tbo ensuing year nnd tho transaction of any other busi- that may -regularly como be- fore tho mooting. G. W. PISLST, Pros. C. A, WILDIKO, Secy. 8tfl Sorgo Coats and Vests Less Tlmn Cost. 11.00 grado that cost us ?3.25 now ?5.00 grado that cost ns no go at 13. S3. GLOHE DISSOLUTIOK SALS, 1612 A. IL Uurst Co. Fort Wayno people going north far tho summer will Qnd tbo Frank House, on Boar Lnko, tho best plnco to stop ot. Tho host of accommoda- tions. For lorms write to lltG n. W. FitftSK. Tnlcott, SHcli. SAVE YOUR MOSEY UksCoittiir UMO SaTingi AutcUtlti, 33 Eoet Btfrry Street, Finn. Bbirei nA rv iictorM lo HTtatr-wrra No Finn q Momborahlo Mon'a blftolc luster coat, 98c, nt THE BKLL, 14H 18 Calhoun St. Correct __ Always 'bring about the desired effect. To bo corroot, medioinos must bo properly preserved and looked nfter. We've tho necess- ary knowledge to mnto our modi- cincs correct and to fceop them no. Wo never dispense amcdiRinetlmt is not .correct and finished. This feature of our storo ought to bo an inducement for our modioino tradu. All and Suits, Reduced All Reduced. Jto All and Reduced to All and Suits, Reduced to Trimmings in All Suits. Work Guaranteed. J; THIEMEl SON, Corner Columbia and Clinton Street.. FREESE RANKE, 1 l" Pharmacists, 88 Calboun St. Dr. B. A. Stockdale SPECIALIST. Treata Diseaees of Eye, Ear, Nose, Lungs and Stomach, Chronic Catarrh, Nervous and Physical Debility. 6 lo 11 a. m. 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m. Sandays-0 :30 to 10 :30 a. m, Offke, 33 W, Washington Street .FORT WAYKE, IND. nod iisllmntc- Fairteu Kitntctint and tilliug. U. 8. DENTAL PAHLOR9, BSCfllhonnSt. Fort Wayne, Ind. Dra. J. A. J. W. Williams, MKTS. Phone 1178. WEEKLY....... CHILDREN'S SATURDAY, JULY 16. -TICKETS Ton KALE AT Ticket must bo wcurcd in Clearing Sale artment. HtGH GRADES ONLY. SEE THH .EBERSOLK 3i EAST BERRY ST There is a Time For Everything! And THIS is The time to be BOTHERED WITH Flies and Mosquitos. Belter prepare for them before your house is full. Call and examine our line of Screen Doors and Windows At The Lowest Also Mowers and Garden Tools, Pfeiffer ScMatter, 3S nail 10 E. CotainWn St. GREAT EXPLOSION. Quart 8. CAN2ER, For On Easy paments Or oxeIiaHKO..Ipr improved clt7 proporty. lota on Bny Inquire A. O. BARNETT, Agt. ri Money to Loan! EASY-TERMS. 8THI.CTLY- PRIVATE. loani. mado on household goods, horses, iTagoi, nnd "SEW EASY PAYMENT PLAN." -Give us a call. Wo trouble to explain HORtGAfiE WAS CO, THI ABSTRACT OFFICE. KUlNB i Cl., 19 C9DIT ST1GET. Abstract of Titles. _j_'y Mo'rtjrnee Loans. ROSFS   

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