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They contain the same fundamental principles of construction as the regular Horizontal Grand Pianos. Be sure to investigate these superior instruments before purchasing any other. Mr. Loomis will be pleased to give all further information.
Martin Guitars and Mandolins
Cole Banjos and Banjeaurines
EVERYTHING IN THE MUSIC LINE
CHARLES H. LOOMIS
Publisher of "BOOLA”
833 CHAPEL STREET
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KIRBY & SON, 822 Chapel Street
NEW TONTINE HOTEL AND CAFE,
Church and Court Sts., New Haven, Conn.
GEORGE T. WHITE, Proprietor.
Edited by JAMES E. SULLIVAN
Price, by Mail, 10 Cents
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Superior in Quality, Dryness and Bouquet to Any Champagne Produced Since
the Great Vintage of 1884
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JACK LONDON AND THE PRIMITIVE,
IN VAGABOND GOLDEN AND VAGABOND GRAY,..
THE PASSING OF A POET,
...J. N. Greely 209 G. H. Soule, Jr. 213 ..J. S. Newberry 219 S. M. Harrington 223 ...J. N. Greely 224 Donald Bruce 228
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