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T11K HEE: OMAHA. Till US!AY. A Hi I SI1 KHZ.
HI H HAIR
"Would Turn (o Blisters and Itch
Very Bad. Some On Nose
Also. In Two Weels
HEALED BY CUTICURA
SOAP AND OINTMENT
"I had" a breakhvt out of small pimples
9 round th edit of my hair. At flrsi
they would bo bard and red but after a day
or ao they would turn to yel
low bltstera. Tl I became
heated, tboy would Itch vrry
bad and 1 was compelled to
srratrh. There wra some
M my nose alao.
"I waa bothered about
three or fotir month before
urine Cutk-ura Soap and
Ointment. I tint applied tba
CuUcnra Ointment leaving It on for a few
minuses. Then t washed It off with a food
id of tba Outirura Soap. I kept vp thU
proems for two weeks and wan not bothered
any more." (Msnad) Bart Adama, R. F. D.
Ko. a. Martinsville. Ind.. Feb. 1, 1915.
BOYD'S IS TO HAYE
Manager Barges! Makes Important
Announcement for the Coming'
Soap It Bad
For the Hair
Soap should be used very sparingly. If
t alt. If you want to keep your hair look
ing 1ta beat, Host soaps and prepared
shampoos contain too much alkali. Thta
dries the scalp, nvtkea the hair brittle,
and rulna It.
T'ic brat thine for ateady uae la Ju"t
ordinary mulslfled cocoanut oil (which la
pure and greaaeless), and la better than
eosp or anything else you can uae.
One or two teespoonfuls will cloanae the
hair and acalp thoroughly. Klmply
moisten the hair with water and rub It
In. It make an abundance of rich,
rreamy lather, which tinaea out really,
removtne; every particle of duat, dirt,
dandruff and esoeeslve oil. The hair
dries quickly and evenly, and It leaves
the scalp aoft. and the hair fine and
silky, bright, luatroua, fluffy and easy to
You can art mulslfled cocoanut oil at
any pharmacy. It's very cheap, and a few
ounce will aupply every member of the
family for monthe. Advertisement
WHAT OTHER HOUSES PLAN
Omaha will have plenty of oppor
tunity to go to the theater during the
coming season. American, Boyd,
Mrandeis, Km press, Gayety and Or
reum will be open, and some talk
hits been heard of reviving the Krug.
The Hipp will continue with Ita mov
ing pirture dramas, and the craving
for entertainment will be given every
reasonable opportunity to satisfy
Most important of the managerial an
nouncement la that which cornea from
j W. J. Burgee, who will direct the IV-yd
i during the season. He has contracted
I with the Hhuberta to present their sttrac
1 lions at the flr.e old theater, and ex-
Sample Each Free by Mall Pcte to shortly announce his opening
With -. Skin Book on requeat. Ad- ' wl" ''IC,,
r-sptrd'H-tle-r..l.T. Ar0Und'' A1 JoUoB ln the rol h
t.." Sold throughout the world. a ':nu.
I Bey 4 Opea Every Wlsjat.
Mr. Burgess plana to keep the theater
open every night during the season, but
haa not fully determined as to whether
he will supplement tho Hhubert shows
with feature pirture displays or With a
stock company, to be featured by noted
Stars. This lattir plan appeals to him,
but until its gets the exact dates for the
appearance of the Hhubert companies he
cannot make positive announcement.
The Bhubert shows already listed for
appearance at the Boyd are given In the
following letter, flnce the Hat waa re
ceived Mr. Burgees haa had word from
New York that E. It. Bottiern will also
come to his theater during the winter:
ie.W )UHK July Air. W. J, Wur
fcess, Boyd '1 neater, Omaha: Uear Mr.
uurgesa: Subject to changes, you can
announce the following attractions are
expected to appear at your tneater tne
coining seaeon: "uancing Around, witn
Al woiaon: "loo Many Coo a a, " "lAt,"
"All Over Town," wun Josepn Hanliey;
"Maid In America," the New York Win
ter Oaruen company, now piaytng in
Chicago; Walker whlivslue In a new play,
"'Ihe itagged Messenger;" ' ilign Jlnna,"
a musical anow unuer ihe management
of Arthur liammnrsiein; "A r'ull House"
and "A Fair of blxcs, ' 11. H. raxee s
larces: "The uniy Oirl. Joo Weber s
musical success; ' The i.Hac uomlno," a
musical piav; r'orbes-jtobertson, in reper
toire; "iUuiiis I p, now piaying the
Korty-fourlh Hret theater in New
lork Cllyi "Androcies and the Lion,"
the liarker-rhaw production from Wal-
ark i theater of New York City: W II-
Ham Ka vers ham, in "The Hawk;" "I'ase-
Insj fhow of IMA," the New York .Winter
Garden company; "Bird of Paradise,"
"Trilby," with Phyllis Nlelaon-Tetry and
an all-atar east; 'V'xper.ence," "The
Blue Paradise." "At Last Alone." "No
body Home, ' a musical play, now playing
tne im.iou tneater or New Torn city;
"Blnners," "A I'alr of HHk Htocklngs,"
I.oula Mann In "The Bubble;" William
T. Hodge, In "The ltoad to Happiness. "
Marie besaler, In a new play; Taylor
Holmes, In "Mr. Myd's Mystery;" t truce
Oeorae. In a new play; "A Modern Eve."
"Omar the Tenlmaker." Your very truly.
PAM B. CMlUHKHT AMUHMKNT COM
PA NY, (Signed) J'JUKB MURRAY.
Making Movies of
Indian Scenes at
CHAPRON. Neb.. Aug. 11 (Special.)
The new moving picture company that
haa been organised In Chadron Is get
ting down to business In and around
1 hsdron. Last week was spent In taking
pictures of the Indians In and near the
Fort Robinson military reservation, and
this week they are working In the hills
to the south of ths city. It haa finally
come out that the subject of the pres
ent picture Is "Wild Bill" Itlcock and
C'slamlty Jane. There are numbers of
the old scouts and early pioneers who
remember the many Incidents of the
early dsy, snd they are assisting In the
planning of this feature. It Is the In
tention of the company to reproduce the
pioneer scenes as accurately as peaslbla,
so that they may be retained for the
people of the future to see. The Black
Hills hsve been the home of much that
Is associated with the wild west, and It
Is well worthy of preservation.
NATIONAL COURSING MEET
WILL BE HELD AT SUTTON
SUTTON', Neb., Aug. U.-tfpeclal.)
The tenth annual run of the National
Futurity Coursing club will be held here
October U-l. The drawings for the Fu
turity stske will be held Monday even
ing, October 11, and for the consolation
stake the following evening. The com
bined value of the two stakes Is II, OM.
Ed Isre will art as Judge and Ora l.
Lee as slipper. The officers of the But
ton Coursing club are John Moran, pres
ident; Henry 1 Pfelffer, vice president;
A. W. Burllngame, secretary, and W. F.
Treasurers of benev
olent, religious und
tions should let tliU
Bank do tlteir book- I
The bank book en
tries frJiov.' the re
ceipts, the canceled
checks prove the ex
penditures, and tin
balance In bank is tho
amount on hand.
FARMERS TO IRRIGATE
BY USING ELECTRICITY
THREE MEN ARE FINED
FOR SHOOTING CHICKENS
(From a Btaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Aug. IS. (Ppeclal.)-Game
Warden Rutenbeck received a communi
cation from two of his deputies In Lin
coln county, Jones and Russell, stating
that they had been successful In catching
three men who had been shooting prairie
chickens out of season near North riatte
and they had been fined a sum amount
ing In all to Stt. The men were William
Otten, Charles Long and Charles Johnson.
Alaska Woman Gets
Better of Robber
HARVARD, Neb., Aug. .H.-(Bpeclal.)
Mrs. Minnie Oreenbaum of Juneau,
Alaska, who Is visiting her mother, Mrs.
Anna Hendrlckson, at her farm, home
east of the city, waa violently assaulted
last evening at a little before o'clock
ss she wss on her wsy home from town,
robbery being the motive. Fhe msnsged
to get a strangle hold on the roan's col
lar and after a little effort threw him
from the buggy. The fellow managed to
get her wedding ring oft her finger,
which Is all he secured. Phe did not
complain of suffering any bodily Injury.
WILBER GRAND ARMY
POST GIVES CANNON
(From a Btaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Aug. 18. (Special.) Q rand
Army headquarters at the state house
have been reinforced by a cannon of an
cient make presented to It by post I of
the Grand Army of the Republic, located
at Wllber. The cannon looks a great deal
like the kind used by Captain Kidd when
he "sailed the raging main," and ought
to be very valuable as a relic. Captain
Trimble, assistant adjutant general, has
had the . thing mounted and the head
Janitor lias painted It up to look like a
formidable weapon of defense.
PLATTSMOUTH WOMAN FALLS
THROUGH CEILING OF HOME
rLATTPMOmi, Neb.. Aug. l.-(Bpe-eial.)
Thta afternoon Mrs. Phillip Rhln
fell through the celling of her home, she
having gone to the attic to look after
some maters about the building which
she wss contemplating beginning soon.
No bones were broken and no serldus In
ternal Injuries were sustained.
Robert Brlttaln, a S-year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. C, Brlttaln, fell from the
porch where he was piaytng this evening
and suffered a severe scalp wound.
Don't make the fntnl mlstnke of neg-l-'img
what may seem to be a "simple
mi lie back m he." Ttiere Ian t any buck
iMng It may be the first warning that
'ir k(lneya are not working properly.
xnii tnrowlng off the polHons as thev i
iiifuia. ir tnis is tne chsc. go arier ind
(:! or that backache and au It juloaly
KEARNEY, Neb., Aug. ll-(Spectal )
The purchasing' of the Gibbon Klectrle
Power plant by the Kearney Electric
company and the enlargement of the
Kearney plant to a capacity which will
for the demands of the Platte vat-
wna in Buffalo and also the trrtga-
the farms will mean a great deal
to this section of the state.
It Is planned next spring to run ' the
power lines through the valley and many
farmers have made arrangements to at
tach their Irrigation outfits to the eloc
Heavy DasnasT mt llarwlrk,
BERLIN, Aug. IS.-(By Wireless to
Bayvllle.) According to the Overseas
News Agency, the Zeppelin attack on the
English coast last week resulted In con
"Travelers arriving In Holland from
England report that the Zeppelin attack
on Harwich caused serious damage, the
extent of which has been suppressed by
the official press bureau," the news
agency says. "The explosion fo heavy
bombs and the resulting catastrophe
caused great confusion. Coast guards de
serted their posts. The number of killed
Is not known. Seventeen persons were
"One bomb struck the postofflce and
mall baga were deatroyed by fire. Poatal
service between Harwich and Holland
has not yet been re-established.
Males Drawsei Near Loas City.
LOUP CITY. Neb., Aug. lS.-(8peclal.)-
Ike Keith of this city while going his
round in the country with an oil wagon
lost two good mules In an accident yes
terday. He was crossing a high grade
near Bchuppg, driving four mules abreast.
In trying to keep the grade the outside
mules shied and when one finally went
down the others, wagon and all went
with him. ' Mr. Keith Jumped and came
out unhurt, but the wagon and mules
landed In deep water at the bottom. Two
of the animals were drowned and a third
was saved by holding his head out of the
water until help arrived.
FROMYISIT IN EAST
(From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN. . Aug. IS. (Special.) Chief
Justice Andrew- Monissey of the su
preme court returned yesterday from a
visit with his brother In New York state
and was In his office this morning pre
paring for the work of the new term of
court. The court will be assisted during i
this term and others to come by the su- I
preme court' commissioners, three In'
number, appointed recently by the gov-;
ernor, so It Is expected that the court '
will be able to clean up the docket much
faster than heretofore.
I ; '
Forty-Elaht Basfcels am Acre.
YORK. Neb., Aug. 18. (Special.)
George 'Williams, who lives five miles
southwest of York, reports that be
threshed eBO bushels of wheat from ten
acres of ground. Julius Bchleuter reports
a ' yield of thirty-seven and one-half
bushels an acre. lie lives five miles south
east of this city.
BY ROCK ISLAND
Report of Interstate Commerce
Commission Keveals Irregu
larities of Officials.
PROMOTERS MAKE BIO PROFITS
WASHINGTON, Auf. 18. The
Interstate Commerce commission's
report on ita Investigation of the
Rock Island railroad's financial af
fairs, made public yesterday, shows
millions of dollars in losses ln stock
transactions, charges the railroad of
ficials with misrepresentations in
their reports to stockholders, dis
closes great profits to promoters of
the Rock Island holding; companies
and arraigns the syndicate operations
which began in the early '90s.
The Department . of Justice has
been waiting to go over the report.
The Interstate Commerce commis
sion broadly suggests action by the
legal branch of the government. It
says "those guilty of misleading re
ports to stockholders should be sub
ject to adequate penalties."
Lotnet of Road.
The aggregate losses to the Rock Island
In the Alton, Frisco and other (teals are
summarised by ths commission aa fol
lows: FUseo deal, approximately, Ss.600,000. .
Alton deal, approximately, 16,370.000.
Trinity A Braios Valley railway
deal, more than $1,600,000.
Consolidated Indiana and Dering
Coal companies, at least $1,300,000, and
$2,500,000 sddltlonal of advances made
to the coal companies cannot be col
lected. Contributions or gratuities to offi
cers and direct ora. about $1,000,000.
Expenses of maintaining and hous
ing holding companies, more than
Transactions of C. II. Vener, a stoc
Miscellaneous and unexplained ex
The Items show an segregate loss to
PAVING WORK AT KEARNEY
HAS BEGUN IN EARNEST
KEARNEY. Keb Aug. H.-(Bpeclal.)-
or you may find yourself In the grip of i contractor Tyner of Omaha and a large
nn incurable disease. I fnn,. ,Url.4 surk nn the Inttltl
, It, I L. w ,.-1 . 1 1 I t -.11 1 ' . .........
win Klve aini,.t InimeoiMle relief Irom ! wor' of Pvn here today. After a
kidney and bladder troubles, which may 'fight for better roads, which has been
U?l,V?'.0,u.7t,, i K"?"1 1 waged here for yeara. the main a treat of
lualth. UUUO MKMAI, Haarlem Oil .. .. , . , , . , . ,. ,.w
lu lea are lmsrted direct Irom the " " pavva wun unoa wun
asphalt filler and thirty-three blocks of
a lighter pavement will be laid In the
residence districts, nlns blocks of the
latter being on the Lincoln highway and
nearly Joining ths "seedling mile" of cotv-
laburatorles In Huilund. They are pre
LMivd iu collect ouuiitlty and convenient
luim to take, and r positively guar-jkni.-ed
to gKe prompt relief, or your
money will be refunded. Uft them, at
anr (inn atore, but he- aure to Inmsl' on
ti..- (iUUD Mfc.il A L. brand, and taxe no
ciiu-r. I rices. 3u, &uu and $1.U). Adver- crete road on the Uncoln highway west
neemeni. Of the City
Dakota Pioneers Will Pleale. '
DAKOTA CITY. Neb.. Aug. -(Spe
cial.) The thirty-fourth annual reunion
and plcnlo of the Pioneers and Old Set
tlers' association of Dakota county will
be held at Clinton park. Dakota City,
Thursday, August K. The officers of the
association are: President. C. J. O'Con
nor; vice president, William K. Clapp;
secretary. George Wllkina; assistant sec
retary, TP. A. Wood; financial secretary,
E. H. rGibble; historian, M. M. Warner;
treasurer, H. H. Adair; chief marshal,
Face powder aim ply covera up an
unattractive complexion and leaves
ne lasting benefits. Those who
have tried a simple spurmax face I
lotion find It much better, as It re
move sklii dUcolorations, such as
freckles and tun. and makes the
skin smooth, white and velvety.
This lotion is made by dissolving
four ounces of spurmax ln one-bait
pint hot water, then adding two
teastiootifuls Khreiln. This cora
Ileiion bertutllier does not rub off
or show like powder, and gives a
more refined appearance. It re
moves Loth fchiriuess and i-allowuesi,
rapidly giving the skin a permanent
ht-alihy, youthful appearance.
An especially line t. ham poo for
tt;s weather can be had at trifling
CAveiitse by dlunolviug a teaspoonful
of c.Dtlirux in a cup of hot water.
Pour lowly on scalp and massage
briskly. Tuts creates a soothing,
cooling Uiher thHt dissolves and re
tro ves all dandruff, exceas oil and
Cui. KlnMng leaves the scalp spot-
lt-!r clean, soft and pliant, while
(he hair takes on a glussy rlchneaa
i f natural color, also a fluffloess
hlh makes it aeeui very much
I .ih r than it is. After a canthrox
hi Ainpoo arri.r.cliig the hair Is a
pit i. ure. Adi en t cement.
Kates from Beatrice.
BKATK1CK. Neb., Aug. Is. (Special.)
The body of Kdwsrd McCabe, the young
man who wus killed by a train at Al
pena, . "1., Sunday night waa brought
hers Tuesday evening by his brother.
Qrsnt- Funeral services were held this
afternoon from the Episcopal church
IeWttt. and Interment will be In the
De Witt cemetery.
Company C. KUth regiment, will leave
Thursday morning for Crete to attend
the National Ouard encampment. Com
pany of Wymore will leave In a spe
cial car on the Burlington and will be
Joined at this point by ths Beatrice com
The funeral of Adam Smiley, the boy
whu was drowned in Indian creek near
Wymore Monday afternoon, was held this
afternoon at t:3D from the home at Wy-
moia. Buriley waa 1 years ef sge and
the stepson of Horace Williams.
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Katrbary Kews Kates.
FAlRBL'RY, Neb., Aug. II. (Special.)
Farming operations are at a standstill In
Jefferson county owing to the heavy rains
that visited, this section Monday and
Tuesday nights. Ths Little Blue river Is
again oa a rampage and there are many
bridges washed out over the county.
Henry Jonra and Mrs. Mary Prints of
Narka, Kan., came to Fatrbury and se
cured a licenae to wed from Judge Nuts-
man. Rev. . J. Megaw of the Presby
terian church officiated.
A farm tractor demonstration was
given In the Mclucas flld north of Fair
bury Monday and Tuesday and hundreds
of farmers saw big tractors turn over the
I soli for fall wheat.
The attedance at the Kalrbury chautau
qua has been light this week owing to
the rainy weather that haa prevailed.
The funeral services of Orland Sturm
waa held at the home Teusday and burial
took place in Fatrbury cemetery. The boy
met death by drowning la the Little
lilue river Sunday.
Depart Meat Oraera.
WASHINGTON. Aug. Is. 'Special Tel
egram.) Nebraska pensions granted:
Laura J. Yonker, Raymond, $12; Mercy
A. Grimes, Omaha, $12.
Mrr. Dora K. Morrison has been ap
pointed postmaster at t'wart, Poweshiek
county, Iowa, vice Nola F. Morrison, re
signed. Nebraska postmasters reappointed:
Adaton, Bherldan county, John M. Diet el;
Cedar, Molt county. Wllllnm A. Hayes;
Melrose, Arthur county, Wtifo-d F. Wil
kinson; Nowton, Cherry county, Era C.
Will Caaaallaate Golf Halts.
LOUP CTTY. Nob.. Aug. 11. (Special.)
The Loup City golf enthusiasts have
railed a meeting to select one of the
local courses as Its permanent grounds
to put In the best possible condition. They
have two good courses at the present
time, but by consolidating on one course
the links can be kept In the'best possible
conJItlon. The Loup City Golf club has
issued a challenge to play from four to
eight players from any club ln central
Us City I. era tee lekes atlatasT.
LOUP CITT. Neb., Aug. lS.-(8pectal.)
Ths vote taken by ths people of the
school district No. 1 regarding the location
of the new $30,000 school house resulted
almost unanimously ln favor of the pew
location, block 1, ln the east part of the
Come here for your Butt Case,
Grip." or Trunk. We have the cele
brated Hartman Wardrobe Trunka
which are the best without excep
tion. Nobody else clalma to make
a better trunk they all say 'Just
like Hartman'a," which la flatter
ing imitation. We have the genu
ine Hartman Wardrobea at-
$19.50 & $25.00
Students ahould also see our
good Dress Trunks. Nicely made
and finished, and especially de
signed to carry clothing without
musalng it all up. flQ f(
These sell at only . . T 1 e& ell U
Freling & Steinle
Omaha's Beat Baggage Builders.
1803 Farnara St.
Apartments, flats, houses and cottages
ran be rented quickly and cheaply by a
Bee " For Rent"
Excursion Fares to
Boftton and Jertey Coact Retort
Long return limits. Liberal stop
overs. Circle Tours wide choice of
routes, including both rail and water.
Tickets on sale until September 30.
Tho Best of Service . .
war the famous Scaaie Rout EasUra Aim scire.
Few Mwieew Elactrie-LigHtaJ Steal Treiaa Leave
- Chicago Grand Central fetation, Chicago, a. m,
10 43 a, nx, 3 4J p, tn., t.M p. m.. via Pittsburgh,
Washington BaHimote and Philadelphia.
H. O. BTmOSTK, Trsvslisg Vaaeearer Ageat, htTJ
J1S-14 Wmaa ef tUo WorU SKf, Oasaaa, Web Vi
the railway company of more than t--Ono.one.
"In addition thereto. It Is to be noted
that prior to June tn, 1914, the railway
company paid to financial Institutions In
connection with the Issuance of bonds,
commissions aggregating more than
11,600,00, and suffered discounts of more
Criticism by Body.
In a general criticism, the commission
"The property of the railway company
will be called upon for many years to
make up the drain upon Its resources re
sulting from transactions outside the
proper sphere ln which stockholders had
a tight to suppose their moneys were In
vested. This record emphasises the need
of rallwsy directors who actually direct
"There are too many passive directors
who acquiesce In what Is being done
without knowledge and without Investi
gation. A director of a railroad Is a
quasi pubtlo official who occupies a po
sition of trust. A director who submits
blindly to the exploitation of his com
pany Is a party to Us undoing, snd
should be held responsible to the same
extent aa If he bad been a principal In
stead of an accessory before the fat.
The greater his prominence the greater
his responsibility and the greater hie
"Obviously a man of large affairs could
not attend to all the details In Intricate
transactions, but It Is Inconceivable that
a director ef ordinary business prudence
an sagacity would sanction large, ex
penditures without an inquiry as to the
purpose of sjch disbursements. , Po ions;
as this system exists, however, It sua
guests the need ef a law to charge such
directors with individual responsibility
for the disposition of corporate funds.
Aaaoytasj wsaaaev OwmaTSW
The first dose of Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey
.will help you. It kills the cold
germ. Only 25c. All druggists. Adver-'
Summer Foods As
Cause -of Dyspepsia
Effect on Digestive Organs
Summer ahould be the season of most
perfect health, but Impure water and
milk, unripe fruit and a tendency to
over-Indulge ln add foods and Iced
drinks result In a contrary condition In
The effect of the average summer diet
Is to constipate even normally reguar
bowels, and disturb the digestion. This
condition can best be corrected by the
use of a mild laxative that haa combined
with It the elements of a digestive tonic.
The combination of simple laxative herbs
with pepsin that Is sold in drug stores
under the name of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin is gentle, yet positive In Its ac
tion and brings relief In an easy, natural
manner, without griping or other dis
comfort. .. A doso of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin
on retiring eech night will regulate the
digest I vo organs and Insure healthy ac-
tlvity, irrespective of one's diet. A boi
tie of this splendid remedy should be In'
every household. It Is not expensive and
can be purchased for only fifty cents In
drug stores everywhere. A free trlat
bottle can be be obtained by writing to
Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 4S3 Washington St.;
Montlcello, III. -
Big Savings and Quality Satisfaction in August Sale
Your choice of all tho
Men's Summer Suits, $13
to $30 values, this week at
Plain blues and blacks.
All Summer Furniture
at great Bargain Prices.
The best opportunity ever
offered in Omaha.
A Bevy of Bargains in Beautiful Summer Garments
Over 700 Pretty Dresses and about 75
Classy Suits are marked for quick clear
ance at prices actually less than worth of
materials. The classiest lot of bargains
you'll find in Omaha.
Your Choice of Summer Presses that sold
at 110.00 and 112.50, wide assortment of .
pretty fabrics and designs, in Thursday's
sale, at 82.08
Beautiful Hummer Dresses that sold at
$ J 5.00. $20.00 and $25.00, all. . . .$5.00
85 Charming Summer Dresses, distinctive
designs in Taffetas, Crepe de Chines and
Fine Nets, $25.00 to $15.00 values, Thurs
day, or S15.00
85 Handsome flprtng Suits that sold at
$35.00 up to $65.00, Thursday, your
choice, at 815.00
27 Nobby rain Beach Snlta that sold up
to $20.00, while they last, choice. -85.00
THURSDAY A. M. SUMMER DRESSES that sold to $7.60,
assortment for selection, choice 81.50
New White Coats, 810.00. 812.75. 815.00 P-
New Fall Suiu, 812.75. 815.00. to 865.00.
Beautiful Embroideries at Less Than Half Worth
91.50 Embroidered Flotincings, 89c A big line of
18-loch aud 27-inch embroidered Silk Flounctngs
and Novelty Shadow Allovers, $1.00 and $1.60
yard values, all widths, at the same OQ-
price, per yard
50o Embroideries, Thursday, 25c Including Skirt
Flounclngs, Corset Cover Embrolderlea in Swiss,
Cambric, Nainsook and Organdie; regular OP
50c values, at, yard afiiaJl
$2.50 Organdie Flouncing, 08c Perfect iand
loom Embroidered Organdie Flounclngs, 4 5 Inches
wide; the greatest bargain of the season;
rich, new patterns, at, yard
lOc Loom Embroideries, 5c 5 and 6-yard seam
slips, in headings, edges and insertlngs; beautiful
patterns, regular 10c values,
Thursday, t, yard
! We Advise Our Customers to Put Up Peaches Now
Our BUesejrre Arm Oar Cms its
it t i t i i
S.I iii.-m m nnisall !
Two carloads of extra fancy
fruit tor Thursday.
One carload extra fancy Texaa
Elberta Freestone Peachea ln
bushel baskets. Nothing finer
grown for canning, Thursday,
One carload California Placer
Co., Newcastle Elberta Freestone
Peaches, the finest grown ln Cal
ifornia, Thursday, per crate.. c
Ibtrtlett rears for canning, bushel
boxes, Thursday $1.75
Italian Dlue Plums, 4-basket
crates Oregon Italian Blue Plums
Large Market UaskeU Whitney
Crab Apple, for Jelly .25c
IS POUXIMt BEST PI KE CANE
CRAJSXLATED BCGAK. . .fl.OO
10 bars Beat 'Em All. Diamond C
or Laundry Queen White Laun
dry Soap for 23c
fi cans Otl Sardines 10
8 lbs. best White or Yellow Corn
meal for 17o
48-lb. aacks best, high grade Dia
mond "H" Flour, made "from No.
1 aelected old wheat, nothing
finer for bread, pies or cakes, per
sack : 1.75
The best domestic Macaroni, Ver
micelli or Spaghetti, pkg. ..7Hc
4 16-os. cans Condensed Milk, 25c
32-os. Jara Pure Fruit Preservea
7 lbs. Best Bulk Laundry Starch
16-os. cana California Ripe Olives
Machonochle's Fresh Mackerel,
per can 10c
Fancy Queen Olives. Quart.. S5o
MacLaren's Peanut Butter, per
The best Tea SlfUnga, lb.. 12 He
Hershey'a Breakfast Cocoa, lb.
THE BEST, STRICTLY FRESH
EGGS, DOZEN . lc
The best Creamery Butter, carton
or bulk, lb 28c
Fancy Country Creamery Butter,
per lb. 2ttc
Fancy Dairy Table Butter, lb. 25c
Fancy FuU Cream, N. Y. White,
Wisconaln Cream or Young Amer
ica cheese, lb 20c
Imported Swiss or Roquefort
Fancy No. 1 Brick Cheese, lb. 18c
Ncufchatel Cheese, each. ....3c
12 lbs. good Cooking Apples to
the peck , 10c-15c
Fancy Sweet Ccrn. dosen. . .15c
Cabbage, for kraut, 2 for.... 5c
4 Jarge bunches fresh Beets, Car
rots or Turnips 5c
6 large bunches fresh Onions or
Radishes, at 5c
Fancy Head Lettuce, head. 5c
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