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Nothing but Desirable
Shoes at Comor ting Prices
THIS BEING PAY-DAY WEEK AND TO HELP US IN OUR
WE ARE BRINGING OUT MANY NEW ADDITIONAL THINGS, AND ON YOUR SHOE BILLS
You cannot afford to wear
at Our Par-Da v 'rices
AT PROFIT WRECKING PRICE
Our Sacrifice on Summer Footwear was never before equalled, at UNHEARD OF PRICES, that "defy all out-of-town competition" and in
trading with us at home, "you see what you buy" and "you get what you pay for," with no addition expense-money wasted in returning for ex
change, "MISFITS" as often happens when you buy shoes from pictures in catalogues.
2 Lots Ladies' Red Cross Patent Pumps, lace
arid strap. Were $4.00, to clean up,
4 Lots Ladies' Kid and Tan Oxfords;
were $3 and $3.50, now only
.1 Lot Brown Oxfords; were $3.50,
5 Lots Ladies' Red Cross and Julia Marlow
Pumps latest styles; were $1.00,
1 Lot Ladies' Red Cross Dull Kid Pumps, ankle
straps, 2-eye ties; were $4.00, now
Boy's Heavy Calf Shoes,
Child's Heavy Calf Shoes,
Boy's Patent Leather Bluchers;
were $2.50, now only
Little Men's Patent Bluchers,
were $2.00, now only
200 Pairs Child's Barefoot Sandals
good values. Sale price
'..: i VI i 's up-to-d ate, high-grade Patent and
Dull Calf Oxfords; were $5.00, $1.50 ftp
and $4.00, now only $3.45 and 0)JiZO
2 Lots Men's Patent and Calf Ox-
C 1 . , I t MCk rr i
iuius, were j, now uniy siou anu v.ifcv v
fiQy Ynil will nnt fAaliTA tK arrA valuaa tViaf t -
the above Shoes are till you see them.
1 Lot Boy's Dressy Ox-Blood Bluchers, $1.00
off regular price,
now only Uin
Boy's Kid and Patent Shoes, worth
$2.50, now only '.
3 Lots Ladies' Patent Oxfords and Pumps; were
$300, Oi Mr 01 CC nr, 01 nc
OlitUi OliOJ dllU OliOU
3 Working Men's Shoes SI.75, $2,00, $2,25 and $2,50 c
now only . ,
The variety of these shoes are too numerous to mention, but they are money savers, and will cause you
to come back to us, but not to scold us.
5 Lots Men's Mule Hide and Elk Hide Outing Shoes
cool comfortable work shoes
$1,50, SI.75, SI.95 and S2.25
After inspecting an "out-of-town shoe sale," one of our local ministers complimented us on our quality and prices, and made some nice pur
chases of us. Do likewise and profit thereby. Be a pleased customer and get a pair of above HIGH-GRADE SHOES.
We do repairing right
all the time.
1,000 Shoe Brushes
tern of Interett to Journal Readers Will Bo Received M the Drug Stote
John M ii ft y was ii Lincoln Fri
day. Fred Kcnr was a Lincoln visitor
I,. It. Applenian went to Lincoln
Miss Nellie Nickel was in Lin
Mrs. George Foreman was in
Carlton iullion returned to
Miss Marie Slioemer visited in
Joe, Foreman spent Monday
Willi liome folks.
Orion Baldwin was in town
Morgan Curyea was in Lincoln
on business Friday.
George Hratin was in Lincoln
on business Monday.
Miss Iteitha Itiirknell returned
Friday from Lincoln.
Harry Parsed was in Lincoln
Monday on business.
Mrs. ft. M. Jordan went to Lin
coln on .No. 13 Friday.
Mrs. G. Curyea was shop
ping in Lincoln Friday.
Mrs. II, A. Stone went to Uni
versity Ware last Friday.
Charles Roloftz was n pas
senger (o Lincoln Saturday.
Mrs. E. M. Stone visit oil rela
tives at F.I m wood Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davis visit
ed friends in Mauley Sunday.
Mrs. Sain Powers of Ogden,
Iowa, is here visiting relatives.
Miss Edith Yaeger was in Lin
coln Monday visiting relatives.
Mrs. Charles Rosenow was
visiting in Elmwood last week.
II. V. Stewart went to Lincoln
to visit his niece, who is sick.
lull Ion-man and Frank
Rchullz went to Lincoln Monday.
Harry Appleman returned to his
homo at Lincoln Thursday even
Mrs. James Friend of Uni
versity Place was in town Mon
Mr. and Mrs. Elinor Boyles of
Elmwood were visiting relatives
Mrs. Charley Frohlich of near
Eagle was visit inn Mrs. S. Cash
Mr. and Mrs. Henry llcnne.lt of
Waverly were in town on busi
Mrs. Hinds and son of Wabash
visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Hite loft Monday for
South Dakota to visit Mart Camp
bell and family.
Miss Floss Strain of Hethany
is visiting her mint, Mrs. I). A.
Vincent, thi.s week.
Mrs. S. ft. lloyles, Mrs. Clara
Primly and Mrs. M. ft. Keefer were
in Lincoln Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kirkpal
rick were passengers for Lincoln
Arthur Deore of Ft. Morgan,
Colorado, is visiting relatives and
friends here this week.
Mrs. Price of Clay Center, Neb.,
is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
John Murty, this week.
Miss Huby Stone entertained at
dinner Sunday her Sunday school
class and teacher. Miss Delia Sut
Mrs. Walter Halhbun and chil
dren of Waverly visited her sis
ter, Mrs. Charles Rosenow, Tues
day. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Haller of
Custer City, Oklahoma, came in
Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Eli
Helniont Cemetery association
held a meeting in Alvo Saturday
and elected olllcers for the ensu
Henry ' Holoftz returned from
Lincoln Monday. He was accom
panied by two of his grand
children. Mr. RulT, superintendent of
Wyukn cemetery at Lincoln, was
in lowiFriday looking after his
farm interests here.
Mrs. J. C.reen of Mil ford, Neb.,
came in Tuesday to visit her sis
ter, Mrs. George Leibhart, and
other relatives for a few days.
Ed Slroenier and family re
turned Tuesday from their visit
to . Hanieslon, Neb. They will re
move to Hanieslon to make Iheir
home in the near future.
Mrs. W. E. Newkirk and daugh
ters returned, home from Iheir
visit to Greenwood.. Mrs. Aaron
Paling accompanied them, re
maining until Wednesday.
Miss Hessie Suders of Clalonia,
Neb., and her cousins, Leo and
Richard' Thomas, are visiting
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Died Friday, Juno 7, t!12rat I
a. in., Mrs. Mary llardnnck, of a
lingering illness, at the age of 59
years. She is survived by her
son, George, and (laughter, Mrs.
Eli Coon. The funeral was held
at 11 o'clock Saturday morning
at the hunker church and tho re
mains were interred in the hun
At the. home of the bride's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Cliles,
near Elmwood, on Saturday, Juno
1, at 1 p. in., took place the
wedding of their daughter, Miss
Pearl, to Paul Prouty of this
village. The ceremony, which
was performed by Rev. havis of
Elmwood, was witnessed by many
friends and relatives of the young
couple. Previous to the cere
mony, Lee Prouty sang "Mine,"
accompanied by Miss Vera Prouty
at the piano. The bride wore a
beautiful gown of white embroid
ered net over messaline. Mr. and
Mrs. Prouty left immediately af
ter the ceremony for California,
where their honeymoon will be
spent. Mrs. Prouty is a popular
young lady of our village, having
lived here for a number of years,
while Mr. Prouty is the son of a
prominent farmer here. Their
many friends join in wishing
them a long and happy life.
Hogs Wanted. , .,m
Wanted to buy, some shouts,
weighting from 50 to lflO pounds.
See J. P. Falter, Conies' Block.
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Hare Always Bo'ight
.HM -H-I-M H-H-H -I-W
! MURDOCK. !
! (Special Correspondent.) !
Paul liar! unir, sr., was in Oma
Miss Heriha llomeicr is the
proud owner of a fine piano.
Miss Coder of Lincoln, music
teacher, was in town Monday.
. William Langliorst was over
from Ermwood Tuesday evening.
Emil Kuehn and wife were Sun
day guests of John AniRwerl and
C. hreamer and family, from
near Alvo, visited relatives here
Mrs. Anna Shackley and daugh
ter, Marguerite, of Avoca, are
visiting relatives here.
Mrs. M. Sorick returned last
Thursday from a week's visit with
her mother at Modale, Iowa.
Harold Tool and Mrs. Emil
Kuehn were visiting in Weeping
Water on Monday and Tuesday.
The Memphis base ball team
came down and defeated our boys
last, Saturday. The score was 0
John Amgwert is applying a
neat coat of paint on the house
and barn of F. V. Davis, east, of
Lewis Hile and sister, Miss
Opal, of near Alvo, attended the
play at the air dome last Thurs
Children's day was observed at
the M. E. church Sunday evening,
when an interesting program was
given to a large audience.
Ford Law Ion of Iowa, w ho is
visiting his parents at Wabash,
spent Friday and Saturday with
his sister. Miss Grayce, here.
The German Sunday school
picnic will be held at Callahan
church on Thursday, June 20. A
program has been arranged to be
given at 10 o'clock. Everyone is
Mr. and Mrs. Harry havis and
Mrs. Anna Shackley and daugh
ter were passengers to Lincoln
Tuesday morning, where they will
spend a few days visiting with
Mrs. Oscar McDonald and
daughter, Marguerite, went to
Council Muffs Saturday for a
short visit with relatives. They
will also visit nt PlallsmouUi and
Murray before returning home,
and expect to be gone about, two
The Only Road.
The only reliable, even if not
always the quickest, road to suc
cess is merit. The good thing
must win in the end and push
aside all impediments blocking its
progress. The people gladly ac
cepts and supports everything
that has merit. More than twenty-two
years ago the original
Triner's American Elixir of Hit
ler Wine was put before the peo
ple, and having conquered preju
dice, imitations and all obstacles,
it won the high place among fam
ily remedies it occupies today,
especially in diseases of the
stomach and the bowels, in
poverty of blood and in all such
diseases which are caused by some
irregularity of the digestion. It
should be recommended in weak
ness, nervousness, loss of sleep,
distress after meals, constipation,
vomiting, wind-colic, pains and
cramps. At drug stores. Jos.
Triner, 1333-133!) S. Ashland
Ave. Chicago, 111.
WHEN BUYING, BUY ONLY THE
Costs No More, but Gives the Best
II. L. Hlomquist, Esdaile, Wis.,
says his wife considers Foley's
Honey and Tar compound the best
coiikIi cure on the market. "She
has tried various kinds, but
Foley's gives the best result of
all." For sale by F. ft. Fricke Co.
In District Court.
In the court today a motion for
a new trial was submitted in the
niandainas case coming from
Greenwood over the issuance of
license for n saloon.
On the 12th inst., in the case
of Lucile Young vs. William Rex
Young, decree of divorce was
granted the plaintiff; alimony was
THEY PUT AN END TO IT.
Charles Sable, 30 Cook St.,
Rochester, N. Y says he recom
mends Foley Kidney Pills at every
opportunity because they gave
him prompt relief from a bad case
of kidney trouble that had long
bothered him. Such a recom
mendation, coming from Mr.
Sable, is direct and convincing
evidence of the great curative
qualities of Foley Kidney Pills.
For sale by F. G. Fricke & Co.
Farm Position Wanted.
Wanted, by n boy 16 years old,
n good position on a farm. Apply
to this office.
Former Cass County Girl.
A late copy of he Los Angeles.
Express recites the fact that
John Cort and Oliver Morosco of
New York visited the Egan School
of Oratory in that city recently
and selected talent to go to New
York City to play important part
in the new Cort, production, "C.
O. D." Among the three selected
is Miss Grace Hassemeir, former
ly of Louisville, in Ibis county,
and a niece of Mrs. James Robert
son of this city. The Express
says of her: "Grace Hassemeir,
18 years old, is the daughter of
Dr. J. II. Hassemier, 2851 Guirado
.street. She appeared in a sketch,
'Ten Years Hence.1 " The paper
also lias a cut of the young lady.
This is to certify that Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound does
not contain any opiates, any
habit-forming drugs, or any in
gredients that could possibly
harm its users. ' On the contrary,
its great, healing and soothing
qualities make it a real remedy
for coughs, colds and irritations
of the throat, chest and lungs. The
genuine is in a yellow package.
Ask for Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound and accept no sub
stitute. For sale by F. G. Fricke
White Plymouth Rock Eggs.
White Plymouth Rock eggs for
sale at 153.00 per hundred. Mrs.
Geo. A. KalTenberger, R. F. D. No.
When baby suffers with croup,
apply and give Dr. Thomas' Ec
lectic Oil at once. . Bafe for chil
dren. A little goes a long way.
25c and 50c. At all drug stores.
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