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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4. 190
SLIT CLOSES GRAIN FIRM
lction for $10,000 Finiihei Boyce
Commission'! Affairs.
Popular .Interest Centers In The Dargains In The
MILLION DOLLAR SALE
MLUu1im.iwji..m ni jtuuu eusjt. 1 1 1 lg
KOTICE POSTED TO THIS KETECT
j
IV I II f am Monerelf, Who rlrlas the j
C la Comrt, ia Condemned tr
Rarkrt Shop Mfi a
' ' "Poor t,oser."
Tue Boyce Commislon company, busi
ness firm not affiliated with the Omaha
Grain kchanfte,' posted thia notice on Its
blackboard ThlinKHy morning:
The funds of the Boyce Commission com
pany having been attached In a ault, the
company will g f out of business. Close out
your deals and (ret your money
Later In the' day, J. A. Boyce who lias
been, conducting the business ordered the
erasure of. all Uie notice except the In
junction .to step up to the cashier's win
dow, i , .
The suit referred to i that brought for
$10,00 by William M"1tr'lt wl1 claims to
have leat that sum, throuKh speculation In
train. , with Boyce.;'- (
'Our uittlnfr , business la entirely volun
tary," Mf. Boyce insisted. "I am tired of
fighting those trumped-up suits, though I
have beaten "em all. I've got another
proposition on, which Is better anyway and
besides that is without the grief and
worry pertaining to thle business.
"We are going to close the doors tonight.
8o I have pubflshed a notice to customers
to close out and get' their money. Now
don't say anything about the ault. Just
say the .Bbyce Commission company has
quit' '
Haa Hide Mttch Money.
Boyce haa been in unci out of the com
mission buslnes for several years in Omaha
and has, It la said, made a good deal of
money though occasionally he has hud to
make entries on, the debit as well as the
credit aide of the ledger. Ills last venture
which the Moncrelf ault brings to an end
haa been conducted in offices on the first
floor of the New York Life building.
Members of the Omaha Grain exchange
were loath -to talk about the Boyce Com
mission company and the termination of
Ite business career. Men operating another
company on the sixth floor of the Bramleis
building, and also not affiliated with the
Drain exchange were loud in their condem
nation of Moncrelf for bringing the suit.
"He mdst be a poor loser," they said.
GRAIN SHOWING IS GOOD
Reeetnte and Shipments of Grain El
ehanare Rtrrtl Gain Over No
vember Last Year.
Both receipts and shipments of the
Omaha; drain exchange for the month of
November show a gain, over the same
month' last year. The Increase In receipts
of wheat In particular ia largo. Corn
shows an Increase, but a less one, and
oats are 'way ahead. The official figures
follow:
" RECEIPTS.
Nov. 1907. Nov. 1908,
Wheat m.X 1.73K,00
Corn 302.600 811. a 0
Data 497 600 HKd.&iO
Rye 15. (0 34.01 0
Barley W.OuO 71,000
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Totals 1.631.9CO 3.181.HW
8HIPMENTS.
Nov. 1917. Nov. 1!K8.
Wheat - l.lSB.OtM 1.350.000
Corn 4A7,(iOO 00
Cats L002.0O!) l,2tl,(k.o
Bye V. 13,000 9.0W)
BarHy 22,000 23,ouo
Totals 2,689,0(0 2,772,500
Mrs. MeHaney'e Experience.
Mr. M. McKaney, Prentiss, Miss., writes:
'I ' was confined to my bed for three
months with kidney and bladder trouble
and waa treated by two physicians, but
failed to get relief. No human tongue can
tell how I suffered and I had given up
hope of ever getting well until I began
taking Foley's Kidney Remedy. After tak
ing two bottles I felt like a new person
and feel It my duty to tell suffering women
what Foley's Kidney Remedy did for me."
Sold by all druggists.
SULLIVAN FIXES UP OFFICE
Former Jada-e of the Supreme Conrt
and James Rail Unite Their
- . Fortnnea.
The Information which The Bee pub
lished Wednesday to the effect that Judge
J. J. Sullivan would move from Grand
Island to Omaha ' and begin the practice I
of law hers Is rerlfled Thursday by the '
purchase by Judge Sullivan of his office
fixture. He and James E. Rail, formerly
Of the Union Pacific law department, have
formed a1 copartnership and will have their
place of business In the New York Life
building. '" ' '
Now that Judge Sullivan has resigned
from the supreme bench, he will buy a
home lri Oman. ' '
ktnned from Head to Heel
was Ben Pool, Threat, Ala., when dragged I
ver a gravel roadway, but Uucklen's Ar-
nlca Salve . cured him. 25c. Beaton Drug
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LIMOOLM BUSINESS OOLLCQK
141 N. 1Sth Street, Uaeoln, Nab.
Nefcra.sk Mililtvry Academy
mrooLir
tA Military Hoarding School tor
boy a. Ideal location Juat outside
tha city; laria. well equipped
buildings; forty acrea of ground.
A good place for boys who doa't
fit la public schools. No entrance
examinations are given; regular
class work Is supplemented by In
dividual Instruction; back work la
easily made up.
Pupil are received from fifth to
twelfth grades. Inclusive.
Writ tor Caia ojui.
aV Jt, gtATWABD, ape rla tend .
Lincoln, Neb.
MJJtlJ" "" Athe oio toy storeIi m
' '' - - 1 1 11 1 Jij a Ly I IS NOW ORErsi- Second Floor IJV 4T
I Special Sales for Remnant Day 1 1 double sxaivirs
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Importer's Sample Strips and Odd Pieces
High Class Novelty laces
and Dress Trimmings
Elegant Crochet, Venice, Cluny, Filet, Grecian and hand
embroidered and hand-knotted effects in bands, edges, all
overs, galloons, appliques, medallions, etc. white, cream,
ecru and all colors for trimming hats, waists, dresses
also for fancy work, neckwear, etc. Come in several widths
to match sell regularly up to $8 a yard. Sold in lots, sev
eral pieces in a lot
Many Worth Up to $8 a Yard In 4 Big Bargains at
lOel 119c I29cl 159c
A LOT
A LOT
A LOT
A LOT
Clearing Away all Dress Goods Remnants
At Far Below Regular Value
In Order to Make R.oom for Holiday Goods
Thousands of yards of mill ends, customs house samples,
etc. suitable for separate skirts, coats and jackets many
samples match up. Our last grand clearing sale before
the holidays.
All thr UroM Goods Homnatita from 26 to 8 yard double width
Fancy Suitings, Serges, Henriettas. Covert Cloths, Taffetas (f
up to li yards wide worth from 75c to $1.50, all go at, ej
All the Customs House All Wool Pieces French and German m
all wool Suitings all colorg and black hundreds of paU 1 U
terns in basement and main floor, at, ea, JJ 10 15 and. .
Silk Remnants Must Go Quickly
Special clearing sale of hundreds of bolts of this season's
best selling Silk to make room for holiday stocks.
Messalines in plain weaves and jacquard patterns, Crepe de
Chines in scarf and waisting patterns, Printed Satin Fou
lards, Bengalines, etc., worth 4Q n Art
up to $1.50, at, yd. . . iUt lU OiJC
$1.50 Black Peau de Soie and Dress
Taffeia at 89c Yard
Yard wide; never offered in Omaha before at less QQa
than $1.50 yd. at, yd OtJC
Silk Remnants at 25c and 69c Yard
IV2 to 15 yards long nearly every known weave of silk
waist lengths, dress lengths, pieces Or Q
for trimmings, etc. yd Uvs III Uti
$1 Silk Scarfs at 49c, Each
Ivory, cream, black and two shades of gray corded M
and hemmed ready to wear worth $1 each Tvi
Plain and Fancy Velvets
From 2 to 10 yd. lengths. ff
We want to close quickly, XMl
values to $1.50, all at yd. V'
Extraordinary
Clearing Sale
All the Cotton Goods Remnants
In the Basement
This will be the
nants to make room
goods ever shown by
All the 'double folded
Arnold superfine flan
nel regular price 15c
per yard to clear It
all out tomorrow we
will sell at, per yard
final clearing sale for the basement rem-
for the largest stock of toj-s and fancy
any store in the west.
We will sell all the
outing flannel rem
nants that we have
been selling all sea
son at 7 He, 8 Vic and
12 c per yard In two
lots, at, per yard
5o6c
All the velvet ki
mono flannels that
we have been sell
ing all season up to
18c per yard, will
go at, per yard
6c
Friday IVI or n I no 8 to 11 o'clock
Inst chance for double stamps on your purchases Fri
day.'' (Jet all out of It that yon possibly ran. No matter what
you need come to Bennett's for It. Our Friday specials alone
demand It If you would buy to beat advantage. Two stamps
for every 10c you spend In any department. tlirlttmas
stocks are ready now. Toys, dolls, games, books, handker
chiefs, Ktc. In fart every department Is aglow with gift
things.
FRIDAY BARGAINS
Uigger, better wnd more of them than in any Friday sale for many
ft day. In addition the double stamp offers on all purchases Friday
morning makes remarkable eronomies possible. --.n ,
women s $30 Tailored Suits
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One grand lot Printed Crepe
de Chine, for scarfs TQ
and fancy waists, yd. Wtft
All the yard- wide, best grade
of percale goes at, C
per yard JC
All the plain colored Shaker
Flannel white and all col
ors goes on sale
Christmas Gifts
Nothing more acceptable than a
piece of Table Silver, Manicure Pieces.
Brush. Comb and Mirror; Gold Cuff
Buttons, Veil Pin, Automatic Eye
Ol&aa Holder In Gold and Gold filled.
Spend a few minutes tn our store.
LOOK FOR THE NAME.
S. W. UKDSAY, Jeweler
1310 Douglas Street.
50
A clearance of our broken lines from regular
stock. Styles that can no longer be duplicated.
They are some of our handsomest models, in ail
best colors. Many superb styles. Every suit
positively $25, $27.50 and $30.00 value, Fri
day, bargain clay '. . . .10.50
Silk One-Piece Princess and
Jumper Dresses
The last of a sample line purchased from the
maker's salesman. There are also some smart
wool dresses in the lot, made up tastefully, and
all designed for $25 and $30 selline: best col
ors; an nicely trimmed, some with 4tT "f sfTd
lace guimpes and sleeves if M.Jr
Cravenette Ilnincoats for Women,
made of excellent tan covert,
long, loose Raglan style, with
velvet collar, full length, big
$12.50 value, for 37.05
Illack Silk and Voile Skirts Stun
ning models of richest materials,
tailored in rare good taste, bands,
braids and embroidered effects,
$15, $18 and $20 skirts. $7.50
All the Shaker Flannel we
sold as high as 7V?c per
yard, goes at, per T
yard J 2C
All the 10c Scotch Gingham
goes on sale at, per l
yard 2w at, per yard.
There are hundreds of other bargains on which the
quantity is too small to advertise.
All go to clean them out quickly at almost ridiculous prices.
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BargainDay
For Women
A clean-up of odd lots from our regular
stocK neat, new, dressy styles, all regu
lar $4.uu and $d.uu
shoes; seldom
so cheaply
priced
420 pairs in all. One of the most attrac
tive sales we had in a long time, for the
goods are so genuinely good and desirable.
Lines embrace black, gun metal and box
calf with welted soles, and fine vicl kid
light soles, Cuban or Military heels.
Come out Friday for them. Such
lots don't last $2.05
in Silks and Dress Goods
Remnants, accurpu'latlon of 27-Inch
China silks, tafAtas and loulslenes,
all at, yard !.Lr, 190
Crepe lc Chlno, ,?ttesiallnes. Bordered
Crepes, Silk Orjhindies, Pompadour
Silks, all $160 quality 69o
Velvets Silk Velvet Kemnants, all
shades, 11.50 tiualjty. lengths, 3 to 8
yards t 39o
Shorter length, i to ',4 yards, each,
per length . ...1.. 100
Dress Goods Great clearing up 2.00
Noveltlew, Broadcloths, ll.oo and
$1.25 Worsteds, I'unamas mid
t laidH, Friday 48o
Plain Materials, all kinds. 36 to 50
Inch, many worth up to $1. Friday,
yard 85o
Lining- Remnants, Meatherbloom Sat
eens, .spunRlasM and Moreen Sklrt
lligH, all 35c goods, yard 8o
Remnants Flannelettes, Percales and
OliiKhamss, values to 18c, yd. ,14o
Kemnants Fancy trimmings and
braids, all kinds and colors,
worth to $1.00 .60
Point da Parts Laces, suitable for
fancy work, 2 to 5 Indies, worth
10o at 50
Friday Bargains for IVIen
A Sale Of Heavy black
Canvas Coats or brown can
vas work coais, with cordu
roy collar, blanket lined and
slicker interlined; every one
union made regular $'J. 50
coats Friday $1.50
Friday Specials
Floor CUi
JAPANESE CHINA Nut Sets con
sisting of bowl and six individual
nut dishes, all $1.25 values, on
sale, at 69
Japanese China Sugars and
Creams, regular 98c values, spe
cial 49v
Sweater Heavv all wool coats
p . in plain gray and navy,
L02IS aipu n gray anti blue
and gray and cardinal combina
tions. A sensible garment for
winter, exceptionally low priced
at $2.O0
Men's Caps Heavy blue caps with
pull down hands or turn down,
fur lined bands, for T5
in Our Second
na Store
Japanese China, fancy double lip
Creamer, 2fc value 10
(iood (ias Lighters and a box of
tapers, Friday special g
Oaa Mantles, straight or inverted
make, bright, clear light, Bpivlil,
3 for 25o
Jupiter Inverted Gas Light, all com
plete, in Friday sale 69o
Reduced Prices on Stoves
You buy today Peninsular Stoves, the best stoves built, at February
prices. Long continued inild weather has forced us to begin the stove
clearance now.
Advance Peninsular Hangc, all
steel, on sale beglning Friday,
for $22.50
Home Oak Heatetrs burn any kind
of fuel, the $9.60 Btoves
fr S7.G.S
Empire Peninsular Hase liurner,
the best $38 stove money can
buy. Friday $32.50
No. 400 Peninsular Itace Jiurnvr,
a massive, handsome $4 4 stove,
reduced to $38.00
Home Oak HcaUrs, $11.00 regularly, for $8.85
BENNETT'S BIG GROCERY
Bennett's Breakfast Coffee Two
pounds for 480
And 60 Stamps.
Tim All kinds Friday at, per
pound 48o
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THE RELIABLE STORE
SEASONABLE
MEIM HANDISE
OF ALL
DES( H1PTIOXS
rmrEu Eon
Ql'ICK
CLEAHANCE.
IN OUR FAMOUS DOMESTIC PO0M
50,000 yards of Remnants of The Louisville Jobbing Stock that accumu
lated during the week. Flannelettes, Outing Flannels. Wrapper Cloth, Ging
hams, White Goods, LlnlngH, MuBllns, Sheetings, Etc. A complete store In
itself of Kemnants at a small part of their value, in six lots
10c 7c 5c 3c 2V2c 1c
Remnants of High Grade Linens
Irish, Scotch and German linens,
bleached, unbleached and silver
bleached; also fine mercerized Damask
worth up to $1.9S yard. In 6 lots, yard
LOT 1... 15c LOT 4... 39c
LOT 2... 19c LOT 5... 49c
LOT 3... 25c LOT 6...59c
From 0 to 9:30 A. M. 1 case of 10c
fine bleached muslin, 10 yards limit,
at, yard 5
From lo to 10:30 A, M. 1 case of
12Vfcc light outing flannel, 10 yards
limit, at, yard 5c
From 2 to 2:30 P. M. 1 case of 81x90
sheets, worth 8 9c each, at, each 49
Ten other Specials.
Remnants of High Grade
Wool Dress Goods
From our fine stock. Including all th
latest and bent poods that sold out first
on three large tables
Table No. 1 59c, 75c, 9Sc
Table No. 2 25c, 39c, 49c
Table No. 3 1218C 15c, 19c
Linens and Toweling Remnants
Remnants of 10c Towelinga. . . .2Mi
Remnants of 16c Towelings 5J
Remnants of 19c Towelings. .. .7 V4J
Tremendous Clearing Fine Silks
$1.25 SILKS TO CLOSE 20C
A splendid line of plain and tney Silks
all this season'B styles, tofcother with
the balance of our great velvet pur
chase; actual values to $1.25 yard, all
at one price, Friday,, yard 29
$i.no SILKS TO CLOSE 4Qc
Messalines, Satins, Taffetas and choice
novelties: a clean up of the great
Louisville purchase; elegant assort
ments for selection; actual values to
$1.50 yard, choice Friday, yard 4$)
Royal Grey Enameled Ware
SALE 5 AND 10 EACH.
10c Enamel Drinking Cups, Soap
Dishes, Dippers, Pie Plates, Pudding
Pans, Preserving Kettles, Sauce Pans,
etc 5
2Vi-qt. Preserving Kettle. Sauce Pans;
3-qt. Pudding Pans, Windsor Dip
pers, etc., each 7H
Or 3 for 20
4-rjt. Pudding Pans, Preserving Kettles
etc 8 Vic or 3 for 25
No. 8 Enameled Tea Kettles, worth
75c, at 35
10-qt. Enameled Water Pail, seamless,
at 29
12-qt. Enameled Dishpan, worth. 30c,
at 15
Large Enameled Roaster, worth 98c,
each ;. 39
Bennett's Capitol Flour, Back $1.68 and 75 Ureen Stamps
H. J. Heinz's I'liovv, quart 26o ami 20 Ureen Stamps
Bennett s rapllol Making Powder. H-lb 13o ami 10 Green Stamps
Fancy Olives, liottlf .. 8 60 and '0 (Jreen Stamps
Tea Garden Preserves. Jar 30o and :'0 Creen Kta.mp
Heat We Have S;lmon. can 880 and 10 5reen Stamps
IHamond Macaruni. A pktis 86o and 10 Cireen Stamps
Upton's Jelly Strawberry, Kaspberry, Lemon or
Orange, two packageH tur 80c and 10 Oreen Stamps
Oallard's Olive OH, bottle 32o and 10 liiven Stamps
Succotash, llest We Have, two cans..' 850 and 10 (ireen Stamps
Hennett'3 Capitol Pancake, pkg llo and 10 tlreen Stamps
Hub-No-More Soap, nix cakes ...85c and 10 Ureen Stamps
Hex I.ye, three cans ..' 85c and 10 Ureen Stamps
fr. Price's Breakfaat Food, three pks 25o and 20 Ureen Stamps
Jersey Buttertne, two pounds 38c and 10 Ureen Stamps
Pure Honey, new. Mason pint Jar 85o and i'O Ureen Stamps
Bulk Mince Meat, pound ' al? ""' 1 " Ureen Stamps
Full Cream Cheene, pound 20c and 10 Ureen Stamps
CANDIES Fairy Pillows, usual price 25c, Friday a;clul, In grocery, lb., ISo
$1.00 Ice Skates, one day sale 65
Barney & Berry, Union or Win
slow 's. Come early.
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Large Coal Hods, worth 30c 15
Parlor Brooms on sale for 15?
9 5c Strong Steel Furnace Scoops i$5
Friday Notion Bargains
From the Louisville D. O. Stock.
Good Fearl Buttons, doz....lc
Gold Eye Needles, pkg. ..... .le
Cotton Tapes, all sizes 1
Heavy Shoelaces, pair .lcr
Good Safety Pins, card lc
Darning Cotton, per ball. . . .lc
10c Striking Girl Pictures. . .lc
lOo Pearl Buttons, doz 2Vc
15o Children's Side Supporters
for 7VV.
23c Pad Hose Supporters. .10c
25c Fancy Mirrors at 10c
Scores of other items in Staple
and Fancy Notions at corres
ponding bargain prices. Don't
miss them.
Curtains and Draperies
A CHOICE LOT OF BARGAINS FROM THE LOVISVILLK STOCK.
$1.50 Ruffled HwIsh Curtain", great
snap at, pair )S
25c Ruffled KwiHH hy the yard Friday,
to close, yard 15
laHc Swiss, dotted, figured and
striped, Friday, at, yard 8Va
$2.25 and $2.50 Striped Scrim Cur
tains, to close, at, pair $1.49
Roman Striped Oouch Covers, 60-ln.
wide, to close, each 98
Ragdod Stripe Couch Covers, $2.50 and
$3.00 values, each S1.49
$5.00 Late Curtains, at, pair. . 82.98
$7.50 Cluny Curtains, pair $4.98
Remnants of Repps, Cretone. or fancy
Denims, values to 40c yard, to close
at 15
Remnants of Silks, Filet, Nets ''and
Madras, values to $1.00 yard, 49
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN SAVING MONEY ON YOUR
GROCERY BILL?
If you are can save you from 25
to 50 on your purchases.
The best Pure Cane Granulated Sugar at
less than Jobbers cost.
10 bars Heat 'Em All or Diamond C Soap
for . 25c
6 lbs. Choice Japan Rice 25c
The best White or Yellow Cornmeal, per
sack 16c
The bst lland-plijted Navy Beans, lb.. 5c
The best Domestic Macaroni, pliK....8ic
The best Domestic Oil or Mustard Sar
dines, can 4c
Large bottle I'ure Tomato Catsup, Worces
ter Sauce or I'lckles, assorted kinds, per
bottle .'.8 He
Malta Vita, Dr. Price's or Egg-O-See
Hrenkfast Food, pkg 4o
2-lb pkg. Truen's Wheat Flakes 10c
Shredded Wheat Biscuit, pkg 11c
Vostuiu Cereal Coffee, large pkg 20c
a pkgs. 10e size Up-to-Date Washing
Powder 10c
The best Soda or Oyster Crackers, Jb..6c
The best Crisp (linger Snaps, lb Kc
The best Pretiels. lb 5c
TEA AND COFFEE SEPT. BPZCIAXi
rKEE FREE run
To every purchaser of 1 lb. of our H. B. C.
Special Blend Coffee at, per lb 30c
We will give Free a pair of Beautiful
Japanese Salt and Pepper Shakers. One
pair only to a customer.
BUTTER, CHEESE AMD BUTTZBXJTE
Fancy No. 1 Country Creamery Butter.
per lb 2fic
Fancy Full Cream Cheese, lb 16c
Fancy Full Cream Brick or Limburger
Cheese, per lb ISc
Fancy Full Cream Domestic Swiss Cheese,
per lb 20c
Sap Sago Cheeses, each lite
Neufahatel Cheeses, each ac
2 lbs.No. 1 Butterlno for 25c
rBEIH VEGETABLES AST) TBUITS
Fresh Spinach, per peck ...20o
Fresh Cauliflower, per lb Bo
Large Hunches Fresh Shalots 5c
Large Hetuls lettuce, per huad 10c
2 Heads Fresh Hothouse Lettuce 6c
3 Bunches Fresh Hothouse KaUlshes. . . .Cc
Hubbard Squash, per lb , 2c
Fresh Cabbage, per lb
'I Heads Fresh Celery ac
Beets. Carrots. Parsnips, Turnips or Kuta
bugas, per lb :v
BIO HIOHIVANB HAVEL OBAHOE SALE
Regular 20c size, per dozen.. 16c
R.igular 25c size, per dor on 18c
Regular 30c size, per dozen 20c
Regular 35c size, per dozen 26o
See our full line of new Dried Fruits,
the largest in the city.
DON'T
FORGET
TRY HAYDEH'S FIRST
IT
PAYO
DR. BRADBURY, DENTIST
Painless Extracting 60c
Crowns, up from.. $2.60
Partial Plates, up
from ta.OO
Fillings, up from 60o
Porcelain Fillings,
op from tl-BO
jtmWBmn any p tunff
1506 riBNAX 8TBEET. IT ys&rs
same offlos. 'Phone i D. 1756.
Bridge Work, per
tooth, up from $2.50
Nerves removed with
out pain.
ALVEOLA WOIX
A SPECIALTY.
Work guaranteed ten
years.
Just Double Your IVioney
By purchasing your CiirUiiniu presents now i.t uur Orat iiall-rios rials.
iiu have the au vantage oi cuooMiig troin u tArgs, uod.ru, strictly flrst-oifcss
s.ouk, made for tills Holiday trade. tit Is a complete wholesaler's stock w
nave placed on sale) anu you certainly uo sase money, for every article iu
the Ktucit is sold at bait privs or less.
Lienuiiie liotfu Hat Plus, natural coiurs, regular price 12.25, SI
saie price p A
Ladies' 14-karat Filled Bracelets, plain und engraved, J2 g 7K q WT Kf
regular price S.fco to 16.0i, sale price tr w tp f .csvr
Gold billed and Rhinestone Back Combs, regular prices tn C.I 'Tfs
from 11.60 to S.50. sale price eiyv o km
Half-dozen Cut Olaiss Tumblers, brilliant cut, regular price Is 50, ' 4.2fS
sale price
Rogers Bros. 1847 Flat Wear
Regular Price. Sale Price
Half-dozen 1847 Rogers Bros. Tea Spoons
Half-dozen 1M7 Rogers Bros. Dessert Spoons
Half-dozen 1M7 Rogers Bios. Table Spoons
Half-dozen 1817 Rogers Bros. Fruit Knives
1H47 Rogers Bros. Berry Spoon
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There Is unbounded variety to s. lect from in every line. Never before in
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