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Of IWTERESf "TO ALL WOMEN!
Some RccemTestimonials to.tlie Merits of Pe-ru-na.
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A Woman's Gratitude.
TUplS. BELLK NEWELL, 732 MadUon SU, Topeka, Km.,
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M. K. Church, write, as follows:
"I was not abl to do car work or leave ths
AooM on account of female weakness, bnt found
In a (hort time after I begun ruing Perana my
condition Improved. 1 keptonnslnir It until I was
one more a perfectly well woman and m I
did not use any medicine bnt Petuna, I feel
that all the praise Is due to your medicine
and I am pleased to write and tell you
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His v MmS
Health In a Precarious Condition Restored
jsuilffiissEnELiEA. Mabcrkorm llilllhli
cny.,'tlwIit?"!i, East 6th 'rt'et l8t floor KanBa
"A ,rw rrmru mo mr health wan In a Tery
prrrarloo condition, the result of womb trou
ble and aenernl drbllltx.
I suffpred a prcat dal and was Kind to try Peruna
wnen It was recommended to me so highly.
I found It very beneficial. In a short time the
pains greatly decreased and in two months I was
completely restored. I am pleased to endorse it "
HVrote For Dr. Hartman's Advice.
Enjorlnv Good Health Today.
Miss Kmelle A, llaberkorn, 2261 Oravols
bVve., SU bonis, Mo., writes:
"For over two years I was troubled
(rrlth catarrh of the pelvte orsans.
"1 heard of Dr. Hartman's book "The
Ills of Life.' I read it and wrote to the
Uootor, who answered my letter promptly.
8 began taking' treatment as soon as pos
sible.. "Tongue cannot express how I suffered
iwlth my stomach, 1 didn't feel like .ny
fcclf for a long time.
"So I began taking Peruna, I hav
taken four bottles, and now I cannot praise
"I feel Ks-ateful for what the Doctor
lias doae for me, and would aot he
WATCHING WORRALL CASE
tate May Take a Hand is th Tronblti of
rROSCCUflONS UNDER ANTI-TRUST LAW
ineauhllcans of First Coaa-resslonal
Qlatrlet to Close Campaiara Mon
day Nlaht with a Rally at
F"rom a Staff Correspondent.)
' 1.1NCOI.N. July K-(Speclal.-The legl
Department of the state is watching closely
he evidence being Introduced in the Wor
rall grain cuae and if It develops that a
trust really exists there is little doubt but
the attorney general, backed by Oovernor
Mickey, will Institute proceedings. Just at
this time, of course, neither Oovernor
Mickey nor Attorney General Brown will
ay what they Intend to do or that they
are doing anything now, but as a matter of
Xaot these two have had several conversa
tions about the matter and if the proper
time arrlvee-the state will take a hand in
the matter, Under the Junkin antt-trust
Jaw, should It be proven that an organisa
tion for the control of prices or for the
Suppression of trade exists the penalty Is
a fine of $5,000 or a term in the penitentiary,
r both. In the discretion of the court,
last Rally at Havelotk.
Republicans of the First congressional
U 1st r let will wind up the campaign Monday
night with a rally at Havelock, to which
place people from Lincoln will be taken
ree of charge In the motor cars. Thcce
cars, however, will be paid for by the con
gressional committee. The speakers at the
rally will be United States Senator Bur
kett and Candidate Pollard. A large crowd
is expected frcm Lincoln and as the next
day Is election day much importance Is at
tached to the meeting.
Greene Declines Nomination.
P. F, Greene, nominated yesterday for
Justice of the peace, will not accept the
nomination, which will leave a vacancy for
the committee to fill. Mr. Greene Is at
Will sell all the
Sorosis Tan Ox
All the Mono'
gram Tan Ox
fords for $2.00,
Mail orders received on these
shoes, at these prices, will be
filled as long as sizes remain.
Sorosis Shoe Store,
203 S. 15111 St.
Frink Wilcoi . . Manager.
"I now enjoy as good health as ever.
I And it has improved my health so much
that I will recommend It to anyone cheer
fully. I thank the Doctor very much for
Felvle Catarrh Explained.
The pelvis Is that portion of the human
anatomy that lies immediately below the
The pelvis contains a number of very
These organs are lined with mucous
membrane. The mucous membrane is
liable to become affected by catarrh.
When they are so affected, they produce
disturbances which have been caljed by
various names, disseminating the notion
that what is in reality catarrh of the pelvic
organs is many different diseases.
present a Justice of the peace and before
me convention yesterday was a candidate
for county Judge. He was defeated and then
his friends nominated him for Justice. To
day Greene said he would begin the prac
tice of law and would not accept the nomi
nation. - . . . ; . j
Brown Libel Case.
The preliminary hearing of E. a Brown,
editor of the Hastings Observer, on a
charge of criminal libel K...n v,.
Justice Stevens this afternoon, and likely
win continue all day tomorrow. The plain
tiff in the case la ni aha m ,k. v. ,
of the Highlanders.
Victory for Game Warden.
The Nebraska law. defining th. ,,hii
waters of the state has been declared valid
lne county court of Saunders county,
and unless the action on vhinh j
clslon was made is carried up and the de
cision reversed by the aupreme court,
owners of land on which public lakes or
ponds are to be found must observe the
letter of the nsh and game laws. The
decision was obtained in an action by the
flsh and game department to prosecute for
illegal seining. The defendant contended
that the lake In which the offense had
been committed was a private waterway
because it lay entirely on his own land
and was not connected with a running
stream. The nsh and game department
succeeded in showing that in times of high
water the lake flowed Into the Platte river
and that through this outlet the lake had
become stocked with fish that were the
property of the state. In the future the
department will prosecute U persons sein
ing in lakes or ponds not constructed ar
tificially and which empty at any time into
other lakes, ponds or streams.
Morteasea Does Net Attend.
State Treasurer Mortensen did not attend
the meeting of the State Normal Board at
Kearney tills afternoon and the reason Is
obvious to those who have followed the
meetings of the board. Inasmuoh as T. J.
Majors and Mr. Gregg have a controlling
Interest in the executive committee and
they have a sufficient following on the
board to refer everything of importance to
the executive committee with power to
act. it Is almost a waste of time for the
state treasurer to be at the meetings, he
being a member of the minority faction.
The meeting therefore this afternoon Is
liable to be very harmonious.
Bank Appeals from Jndgment.t
The first National bank of Humboldt is
the plaintiff in a suit from Richardson
county, in which the bank seeks to have
overruled the decision of the lower court
which gave to Mrs. Ida M. Helm a Judg
ment for $1,642. The woman received this
amount from her father's estate and her
husband, who was not used to handling
finances, took It to the bank and supposed
he deposited It for six months at i per
cent Interest. At the end nf alv nnntk.
"he took the paper given him at the bank
ana inea to secure his money. The paper
he secured was a note signed by one
Samuelson, who was president of the bank.
The note specified that the money should
be paid at the bank. The lower court held
the bank was responsible.
Carter lias a Prise.
Peputy Game Warden Carter la In receipt
of two beautifully mounted English black
cocks. The history accompanying the birds
states that many years ago, when the Eng
lish game cocks became scarce, wealthy
sporting men bought up a number of them
and placed them In an Isolated place, where,
after being nerlected a number of years,
the birds turned into wild fowls, such as
were the two sent to the game warden. The
birds were sent out by Chicago parties.
Copying- Omaha Charter.
Representatives of the Klopp-Uartlett
Printing company are here today copying
the Omaha charter from the enrolled bill
preparatory to printing a number of copies
at the expense of the city.
Mllford Home Hemalas Open.
Officers and employes of the Mllford In
dustrial home have become frightened lest
that Institution be closed and today they
swooped down upon Governor Mickey In
forre to see him about th nuiir Tk.
I governor assured his callers that while U
re-ru-na Cures One Disease Catarrh.
This form of catarrh is rarely recog
nized, but almost always is called some
This misleads the doctor and the patient
and a great deal of treatment Is resorted
to that is of little or no use.
Peruna cures catarrh wherever located.
The catarrh may be located In the pelvio
organs or any other of the organs of the
Peruna Is an internal systemlo remedy,
reaching the catarrh anywhere.
This has given rise to a notion that
Peruna cures many diseases.
Pe-ru-na Not a Core-All.
Peruna Is not a cure-all. It cures only
one disease, and that is catarrh.
Close scrutiny always reveals the fact
that whenever Peruna makes a cure, ca
tarrh M fh no II d. n V. - J I UI T
u, ia uiuiuuiiy
was possible one building would be closed
the Institution would contlnua to t n.r.
especially in view of the fact that the legis
lature maae an appropriation for that pur
pose. Woods Returns te Missouri.
Bert Woods, who la in Jail at Omaha,
will be taken back to Green county, Mis
souri, for trial on a charge of highway
robbery, Governor Mickey having honored
a requisition for him
charged, together with two other men, with
"-..us eiu up a man and at the point of a
pistol compelled him to disgorge $2.
Orders for G. A. R.
The following order has been issued by
Department Commander John Lett of the
Grand Army of the Republic:
HRAnni'iBtTDa . . . . . .
order No. 7 relating to the thirty-ninth
national encampment' to be held in Denver
-b """o inere never
hen ""i1 PBaMy never will be again.
Bitch a H rand nnmiriunlt w .v..,
f t? attend a national enilmn!
meni. ine railroads certainly have shown
their generosity in granting a rate of 1
cent per mile each wav fmm ih. mi.......
river, a rate never before mr,iH ,1
Oiand Army going west; this rate Is na
ured from your railroad station over the
shortest route to Denver.
The department commander has seleoted
the Burlintrtrtn ua til., 1
- .I " vu.ii.i&i mull ana re-
quests all comrades, their wives and friends
to accompany him on this official train
The date of starting has not been fully
......cy. nun uiiier avians will
be promulgated In future, general orders
to be issued not later than August li.
The department commander has ap
pointed the Euphony Cornet band of York
as the headquarters band and they will
aocompany the headuuartera train iA n-
Free quarters for comrades desiring
them. Cots or new double maitiviu..
placed in new modern school buildings vhav
liic excellent lavatory aiTinein,.t. .111
be furnished. Those desiring free quarters
should take either blanket or quilt and
on pillow with them. Meals good and
substantial can be had at restaurants for
lo cents and up. We are assured prices
will not be raised by hotels and restau
rants during encampment.
Traction Rnglne Boiler Kiplodes.
By the explosion of a traction engine
boiler In West Lincoln tonight William Alli
son, the engineer, was dangerously injured
and F. A. Howard and William Klrkeham
were both scalded. Allison was struck in
the abdomen by the grate of th firebox
and on one leg, which was broken by the
door of the firebox. The force of he ex
plosion threw him back off the engine on
to the separator, which was attached. Both
he and Howard were taken to St. Elisa
beth's hospital, where they were attended
by Dr. Slattery. Allison may not recover.
, The engine was completely demolished
and pieces of Jt were blown for many
yards. It was owned by John Flatter of
West Lincoln and was being taken to his
place preparatory to thrashing.
Runaway Girls Arrested.
Hattle Taylor of Nebraska City, aged 16
tears, was taken out of a block here to
night by the police In company with Rose
Dickson, of her own age, and supposed to
be from the same town. The arrest of the
former girl was upon the request of the
authorities of Nebraska City, who said she
had run away from home. The girls
claimed that Lennle Abels of Lincoln had
persuaded them to come here and for two
days they remained at his home during the
absence of members of his family and that
then they went to the block. Abels has
been arrested on a statutory chargs.
New Hotel for O'Xelll.
O'NEILL, Neb., July 14 (8peclal.)
O'Neill Is now to have a new hotel, the
ground, building and furnishings to cost
approximately $20.0(10. The ground upon
which the hotel Is to be built will cost
$4,600. the building $12,000 and the furnish
ings approximately $J,0u0. Mr. R. L. Hall
of Valentine proposed to do this If the
cltisens would give a bonus of $4,000, and
all but M of the bonus has been sub
scribed and there Is no doubt of the re
quired amount being subscribed within the
next day or two..
District Re.. Ion at Fraaklla.
FRANKLIN. Neb.. July 14.-gpecial
Telegram.) The administration council of
the Interstate Reunion association, repre
senting sixteen border counties of Kansas
an4 Nebraska, met here today and decided
to hold the annual Grand Army of the Re
public reunion at this place August a to &
GIRLS ARB TIRRD OF TRAMPMQ
tart from Plalavlew ana Are Cauaht
la York. Connty.
YORK, Neb., July H.-(8peclal.-The two
girl tramps who were captured near
Charleston, this county, have been re
leased and have returned to their home.
They had been tramping for three weeks,
dressed In men's clothes, and when they
struck York county they were ragged,
dirty and barefooted and really welcomed
being arrested, as they were furnished
plenty to eat by the Jailer and good beds.
Their parents, named French, live at Al
len, Neb. The mother la an invalid. The
girls have been employed at Plalnvlew,
Neb., from which place they started on
their long tramp. Their ages are 18 and
$0 and from appearances are Intelligent.
It seems they are of a romantic nature
and thought It would be quite a lark to
dress In men's clothing and start out.
The women of York on learning of their
arrest brought suitable wearing apparel,
which the girls donned In place of the
clothes they had worn In the last three
New Faster at South Xlo.z City.
SIOUX CITT, la.. July 14. (Special.)
Rev. Elmer H. Combs thia evening was
Installed as pastor of the Lutheran church
at South Sioux City, Neb. The services
were in charge of Rev. Dr. Troxell of
Atchison, Kan., president of Midland col
lege, and Rev. M. D. Berg of Ponca. Neb.
Rev. Mr. Combs Is the successor of Rev.
J. W. Breldenbaugh, who went to Chicago.
New. of Nebraska.
BEATRICE Farmers In this locality
have commenced harvesting their oat crop.
The yield will not be heavy.
BEATRICE Last night at 10 o'clock In
the county court room Mr. J. M. Daub
and Miss Mary Ann Ruby were united in
marriage. Judge Bourne officiating.
WY MORE It has been definitely decided
to hold the reunion of the of Southwestern
Nebraska Grand Army of the Republic at
this place August 28 to September 2.
SEWARD-A freight train was wrecked
on the H. A M. on Anderson's hill Wednes
day night. Two cars were demolished. A
tramp was sadly bruised and otherwise
STROM5B17RO The two large concrete
factories that started here recently are
doing an immense business and the old
town Is striving forward In the old usual
SPRINGFIELD The most severe rain
ana wind storm of the season passed over
here between 0 and 10 o'clock last night,
doing considerable damage to small grain
and fruit trees.
voting $8,000 water extension bond carri-id
To. a wnoP here yesterday. The city
riVii"' a nw stand pipe and will make
other cessary Improvements.
- ALBiUN A large amount of permanent
vtmrnLSldKWaik Mng put Sown hl
year, and by the time snow files but few
towns of this slxe In the state will be bet
ter fixed for walks than Albion.
trBJllP(2BTno.aBnuaI southwest dls
wiii h-TSi..0' fhe R"Pbllo reunion
will be held at this place August 14 to 19
hT. v""1 "Pended for free attrac
tions. A big gathering Is expected.
TABLE ROCK-Thursday evening at the
residence of the bride's father. B.Lwil-
D VnJaTb'e Roc' Rv' P- C- Johnson,
w.i? ;.0' Tecumeh, officiating, Miss May
KarcX. 10 8- - Sherrtan "
BLOOMINOTON-The school board has
been organlxed for this year with L E
. 1. J ' ,V- J.E- Moffett treasurer. It was
?or thS'lSlii0 KPl?y an additional teach"
month school at a salary of $46 a
ALBION Farmers who have begun the
crTwlllfbeWl,nhtrhWhe.at' r;P Sa"t 'the
, ii 'I1 heav'est for years. All
report the grain of an exceptionally fine
heavvyi oi1.b:rrjr "n lar- Plu" "nd
full crop ,hon an1 wt" not a
lodsedIT1, who was
Cha'r'ae fc" "ul"? " old
him "by Sheriff cSSTSt &lrbuTy? wis re-'
leased last night at fhi instance o" the
fo6ffpVo's0e,cu?2Uhnilm.0fflCl,U' Wh decld
ALBION Secretary Brooks of the Boone
fxUnsTvfnn111 ""xUon li - maffn 2
IV T k 0 '"Pavements on the fair ground"
and the society will be much better bre
pared to handle exhibits the com ng Pfall
than ever before. Boone county's fair
ranks among the best of the state
tlo3nETRiJ?IT.'le TOUnt:ll of admlnlstra
Armv of ti.8RU.ti"?Mtern Nebraska Grand
t ? P"0"0 reunion has decided
to hold the reunion at Wymore August M
ral.and'r EnOUh nds veUbeen
raised and the necessary committees Vr,
1. tho a succesT P
GEN EVA The weather la hot with no
and the harvest fields ire busysceneS
w.- The wheat is good and farmer"
th. sn001 hav,n Plowed It up in
ihl JP The am" helped to destroy
Jll ? ll tlme to Bave ll- Many farmers
.) clear! nr nr. thai. v ,lwrH
too wet to "be" worked Varber . lnU Were
OMAHA'S BEST CLOTHIER8 KEEP STEP WITH OMAHA IMPROVEMENTS. I
CORRECT DRESS FOR MEN AND B0Y8.
Our steadily increasing business has for long demanded enlargement of selling space, but
hitherto, badlj as this was needed, we could not secure more room. The long looked for has
come at last, and we begin at once to tear down and build up anew to add a large 23 foot
Douglas street frontage room, to convert our entire second floor into a spacious salesroom, to
erect new steel ceilings, to lay new flooring throughout, and, in all, to make this store and its
environments inviting and artistic, and first in the hearts of t he Omalia public.
In consequence of these improvements, coupled with a determina
tion that no garment or article of this season's manufacture shall be
carried over until next season, money-saving mark-downs are in, evi
dence all over the store.
OUTING SUITS R
Two garment, coat and trouser suits, of tropical fabrics, newest
shapes and shades.
About 300 suits left from our two great sales at half
MARVELOUS SHIRT REDUCTIONS
All $2. 50 Shirts All $2 Shirts All $1. 50 Shi
m SH55 $1115
All $1. 50 Shirts All $1 Shirts All ;and Shirts
and alleys, an Increase in Insurance rates
la talked of by the Insurance men of Sew
ard. The notice states that the fire warden
will visit every place of business and In
spect them thoroughly.
FREMONT The Union Pacific Railroad
company Is going to put In new stock
yards east of the present yards, which will
accommodate more stock and be easier of
access. The company was unable to pur
chase the necessary land and made ap
plication to the county court for the ap
pointment of appraisers. The change will
be made as soon as possible.
DAKOTA CITT Claude Reeves, a young
man of this county who several times has
been in the toils of the law, today plead
guilty in County Judge J. J. Elmers' court
to the charge of killing a hog, the property
of A. J. Mitchell, for which he received
a sentence of eight days In the county
Jail, which he Is now serving out. All
parties reside north of Jackson.
FREMONT The Great Northern is mak
ing surveys for sidetracks at a point north
east of Hooper and the location of a town
site at that point Is not very agreeable to
Hooper people, as a large portion of their
trade comes from that direction. The work
of grading near here Is progressing rap
idly. But little has been done Inside of
the city limits, as there are quite a num
ber of pieces of property they have not yet
secured. The highest price ofTered by them
Is said to have been at the rate of $760 per
acre for some acre property Just outside
the limits. The owner refused it and pre
ferred to take his chances with appraisers.
TABLE ROCK Josephine Broder, the 18-year-old
daughter of Fred Broder, who
lived here for many years, disappeared
from here Wednesday night. Her absence
was not noted until her father called her
to prepare breakfast yesterday morning,
the mother having been an Invalid, confined
to her chair and bed for three years past.
Later developments showed that she pur
chased a ticket for Wilbur, Wash., where
she has relatives.
SYRACUSE That Otoe county Is one of
the banner wheat counties of Nebraska so
far as the quality of grain Is concerned.
Is attested by one of the first crops to be
harvested in this locality. L. H. Bram
meler, living five miles from here, mar
keted wheat this week that made forty
four bushels to the acre, tested sixty-two
pounds and brought 76 cents at the local
market. This crop is not an exception, but
the rule for Central Otoe.
SEWARD The Board of Education has
made an estimate for the ensuing year of
$10,000 for general purposes and $3,600 for
a heating plant for both buildings and
have authorized a levy of 12 mills for the
general fund and 6 mills for the special
fund on the assessed valuation of $&V7,874.
Two carloads of material for the heating
plant came yesterday, and work will be
begun at once. The cost of the new hlsh
school building is $13,136.79. "
SPRINGFIELD The Saloons have been
closed up here since April 30 on account of
remonstrance filed against granting of li
cense by the temperance people. Judge
Troup had taken the case under advise
ment since July 1. and yesterday rendered
his decision In favor of the bh loons. It Is
understood, though, the case will be carried
to the supreme court, and that the town
will remain dry for this year at least.
AIm, m the time the saloons closed up the
water works system that had Just been
completed refused to work any longer, so
the town has been extremely dry.
When your body is starving robbed by
Indigestion Dr. King's New Life Plllls will
relieve and cure.. 36c.' For sale by Sher
man &. McConnell Drug Co.
BLAKR Louis J., at the family home.
4J36 Dewey avenue, Friday morning, aged
Funeral Saturday at residence at 3 p. m.
Interment at Forest Lawa.
1,000 MEN WANTED TO HELP Y. HC.A. !EEL
Saturday is the day for the supreme effort, $100,000 required by the night of July Sth
if one thousand men will supply their furnishing needs at our Btore on Saturday they will secure remarkable
bargains and have the supreme satisfaction of knowing that they have helped a most worthy institution ....
Y. M. C, A.
ONE TENTH OF THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF YOUR PURCHASES GOES TO THE Y. M. C. A.
Read the Menu of Good Things Prepared for Your Delectation Saturday.
f An 'as nn1 A-ittAx .Vl. a . v
Wen of fashion will appreciate a choice line of tine
pleated shirt, white grounds with neat figures, pure
white and neat madras patterns made by artists,
Men s unaerwenr. shirts and drawers, In color- 1
ea ana DaJrriK?an, on gaj0 Saturday at JC
BalbrigKan made from Ejryptlan yarn, durable double
seated drawers, neatly finished shirts, and also a nne lisle ribbed ear-
"" uu a uunar leuuer nere ana eisewnere
unu a uonar teaaer nere ana elsewhere i f
Saturday, at j5C
Men s lisle thread union suiU-popular, comfortable and cool- f O
reduced for Saturday, to II OC
A"' "f,0 le" ' 1 rrinted'madrmi'snlrts' nVgYlgee'styles
Some with pleats-Shirt, that sold freely, formerly, at one ffl
dollar a plece-we hope to close on Saturday at....... 5UC
"hiM-001? I" bl.aCk lafe mnQrti. black and tan silk em- " rn
broldered. fancies and plain, three for 5UC
NtoTMBSptr p'alr! ""K,rtment of ema11 Bl ,n '' lot' which' sold up
At the hosiery section mothers will
crowd for the children's hose on
sale at 16 2-3c, or 3 for half a dol
lar. This lot contains 2.V and 35c
lisle in black, together with a lot
of staples, plain rlblied lisle, etc.
Help the Y. M. C. A.
Women's game lisle, full fashioned,
garter top, fast black, alo lace,
lisle silk, etc., regular r
J5c quality, at, pair DC
Perhaps the best bargain Is the
choice lot shown In east w'ndow
imported hosiery, blacks and
colors, selling up to $1.50 pair
some elegant goods in this lot
all to go on Saturday f
at. per pair OlC
At stationery section A limited lot
of pound paper, gray only f
will close at, pound IDC
Envelopes to match, 7c pkg.
Y. M. C. A.
such as Cluett, Regent and Interocean-shlrta that sell all over Q Q
the country at one dollar and fifty cent on sale Satudray, at. . , JOC
The half a dollar socks, embroidered, full fashioned half hose
will go on Saturday, at '
An assortment of stationery In
uoes, soia formerly at 50c '
win go fcaturday, at, i
Hundreds of volumes of late copy
righted books, splendid summer
reading, worth up to M r
11.50 Saturday tJC
2,000 yards curtain muslin dots and
fancy stiip.-s, also cretones and
ellkollnes woith up to i!5c yard
In 2 to 10 yard lengths, will be
onerea on Saturday at,
Boost the fund.
03Vi pairs of lace curtains, odds
aud ends, j to 3 pairs of a style
Arabian, Scotch nets. Grena
dines, etc. a few Irlnh points
values up to $4 pair ehould close
vn SuBpenders-aid to be the best on earth for Saturday T m
ly, 80c grade, for ; JJC
The latest style half a dollar belt, will go on sale Saturday
at, each "
We should not cut prices on mohair shirts, but Just to swell
the receipts Saturday, will sell at
out on Saturday, at, per
Push It along.
fC.OO lace curtains 1 and 2 pain
of a kind, choice styles Just
to boom the Y. M. C. A. f AO
fund, will sell at, pair. ..J.JO
Undermuslin Bergains for
A lot of ladies' fine skirts with deep
flounce of wide jxiint de Paris lace
and a few trimmed with val lace
tieautlfully flushed, sold at
$.i.W ad $3.50-will all I QQ
go on Saturday, at, each. lJ(j
Ladles' umbrella drawers, made
from good cambric hemstitched
ruffle, formerly lite pair, f
on Saturday, pair 1C
AH that is left of the special offer
ings at $1.3U down to 3U& These
THOMAS KILPATRICK Q. CO.
lots should do much for the fund.
In the Cloak Dept.
A most extraordinary skirt sale
only 73 In the lpt Just right for
now. nne imported Panamas,
Sicilians, plain and fancies all our
cream aud white mohairs and
Sicilians and only 3 fine embroid
ered linen skirts nothing worth
less than $10, and the linens were
$1 on sale Saturday morning,
commencing at 8 o'clock, TOP
at, each J.Vj
Men's linen handkerchiefs, were
Wic Saturday at ,15c
Men's printed border, formerly 10c,
Saturday 3 for io0
Ladles' and children's handker
chiefs, formerly 6c, Sat'dy.. ,.8c
All sales start at 8 a. in. Satur
day and continue all day,
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