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SEMD US OWE DOLLAR
Pf i eUlOO dutofft r price. $3l 75. less tho II. or J0.7i n4
S.U75 IS OUftsfrECIAl 90 DAYS PRICE
fur. iiiu ul. nut and fiend to us wltbtt.UU, and wo will nund vuu this
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torisBlaalloa. You can czamlno it at your nearest f relent depot, and
H you find It ciactly as reprcscntetl, equal to organs that rotall at
onraniadvertlsoilbyotlicraat aaorsmoarr, pnytho freight iiiront our
ed by others. Such an oltcr was novcr tnado before
mlAlir nilCCll i!tonoofthaBottilarableaadtMttradltl
AbMC UUCCn utrumontHOVcrinado. i'romtlio Illustration
shown, which I JenRraTod direct from a puotosrapn, you can form
rnmo Idea of iiiduhibi appearaacr. inuueirom ounu
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S"ndonmmcTuod,Tot03t IBBOStyle. IIIU Aia8ttKKls
0 fcot 6 Inclici IiIkIi, 4s Inches Tom?, fc Inches wltto and weighs
SW pounds; contains Bociatfa, 11 nions a3iuiiuwiuipio,
Prlaclual, Dalclaaa, Bttodla, trlrtt. I'rtaona, Bus Coupler,
Treble Coupler, Diapason forte, I'rlatlpali'orlr, tad Tot Hums
IS Oetata I'ooplers, 1 Toae Hwrll, 1 Unad rf aa Hwell, 4 Hets
HitrctHelodla need. 1 Ret of It Charalaglr Drlllliat Celesta
Recdt, 1 Oct or St IUehlellowHmootli Illipatoa Ueeds, 1 Hat of
SI I'leailos. Soft lelodloui rrloclpal Heeds.
mAPUC nilCCIi acton consist of the celebrated
AuMClJUCCn MewellUtd., which ore only used
intno niRiicat irrntio iiiavruiiieHi.1, aisu iiiicu wun n.,
BondConplersand Voi lluaaaa, also best Dolce felts, leathers!
tc.. Iicllows of tho boat rubber cloth, .l-nlvhellmv ntnek
and llnest leather In valves. THE ACME QUEEN M
finished with a 10x11 beveled plato I' rcnch mil ror, nickel
rtatodpctlal frames and every modern Improvement. K
I'K.MHII FHKK a liumlaomo organ stool and t ho bostorgan
Instruction book published.
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part Kivcsiiufc wu u-piiir ib iruw uiviiuikd. iryiioni
nonthnnd wo will rotund your money If you are not
perfectly satisfied. tOOofthete oriaao will ba sold at
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not dealt with us ask your neighbor about us, wrlteitttejJiy?! Jj. TOUji5s1a8f
tho nnlillshcrof thli nancr. orMetroDolltnn National CKr-5liSX Tr&Cittr7!ji iSL.
Dank, National Bank ot tho llopubllc. or llank of Commerce, Chtcagoi or German Exchange Bank. New York or
opt PIANOS, las.ooaad np a sooyorvthlntrln musical Instruments at luwert wUolosale prices. Writ for fi-M
special orgnijplano and musical Instrument catalogue. Address, """ iori
SEARS, ROEBUCK it. CO. (Inc.). Fulton, DesplainesandWaymanSts., CHICAGO, ILL.
Wo bave just put in a complete stock of Mrs, GervaiBO Graham's excollen
preparationB, including her celebrated Hair Kestorer, Cactic's Hair Grower, Cu
cumber and Elder Flour Cream,and varioua facial remedies. Visit the DEM
ONSTRATION there this week. Free treatments and freo applications given
bIbo free samples and booklet "How to De Beautiful1" Special exhibit of Mrs
Graham's Hydro Vacu, the latest and most scientific Invention for treating the
Near Oliver Theatre. 121 so 13th
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News and Opinions of Na
Alone Contains Both.
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PHOTOGRAPHS OF GROUPS
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Daily, by mail $6a yeai
Daily and Sunday by mail
$9 a year
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is the greatest daily
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ZINE FOR 1899.
Governor Roosevelt's "THE ROUGH
RIDERS" (illustrated serial), and all his
other war writings.
ROBERR LOUIS STEVENSON'S
LETTERS (never before published), edited
3 Sidney Col vln
RICHARD HARDING DAVIS: Stories
and special articles,
RUDYARD KIPLING HENRY
VAN DYKE WILLIAM ALLEN
WHITE and many others: Short stories.
GEOREE W. CABLE'S NEW SERIAL
story of New Orleans, "The Entomologist"
Illustrated by Herter.
SENATOR HOAR'S Reminiscences
Illustrated. MRS. JOHN DREW'S Stage Reminis
cencesIllustrated. JOEL CHANDLER HARRIS' new col
lection of stories, "The Chronicles of Aunt
OS SHORT SERIAL, "A Ship o
ROBERT GRANT'S Search-Light Let
ters Common Sense Essays.
SIDNEY LANIER'S Mgsical Impres
sions. The full, illustrated prospectus, including
descriptions of the above, sent free to any
The Magazine is 93.00 a year; 25c. a
number. Charles Scribner's Sons, 153-157
Fifth avenue, New York.
C D. GIBSON'S The Seven Ages of
American Women and other notable Art
Features by others artists.
Steamship tickets to Europe sold.
Steamship tickets from Europe sold.
If you are going to the old country or
intend bringing friends from there to
this country, ploaee call on me for
figures, information, etc. Best HneB re
A. S. Fieldino, O. T. A.,
Personallv Conducted Excur-
1 o I
Leave Chicago every Thursday via
Coloiado and Scenic Route to San
Francisco and Los Angeles.
Southern Route leaves Chicago every
Tuesday via Kansas City, Ft. Worth and
El Paso to Loe Angeles.
These Excursions Oars are attached to
Fast Paa-enger trains and their popu
larity is evidence that we offer the best.
Accompany these excursion and save
money for the lowest rate tickets are
available in these popular Pullman
For full description ot this service and
the benefits given its patrons, see your
local ticket agent or address
JOHN SEBASTIAN. G. P. A.
FRANK H. Barnes. G. P. A.,
11th and O Streeta, Lincoln, Nebr.
The Rock Island playing cards are
the slickest you ever handled. One
pack will be sent by mail on receipt of
15 cents in stamps, A money order or
draft for 50 cents or same in stamps will
secure 4 packs. They will be sent by
express, charges prepaid. Address,
John Sebastian, G. P. A.,
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific R'y,
Fashions of the Day
Thoro has buon during tho past woek
n grand unpacking of modols gowns, I
moan, not porsonrj at all tho dressmak
ers. Evory placo ono goes into ono finds
an atmosphoro of supprosBod oxcito
mont, and a general air of huBtlo and
bustlo provails in tho various establish
ments which is in sham contrast to thn
quietude that reigned whon "Miss Loch-
invar" camo "out or the west" and first
invoiglod mo into going "trouBBoaulng"
A great many of tho cowrie wo havo
soou aro vory protty, and in one or two
instances I was tomptod to buy tho only
'original" gown, but tho knowlodgo
that I would of a certainity boo it and
all tho othor "original" gowns copied ad
nausoam beforo anothor month had gono
over my head prevented mo from yield
ing to a weak momont. Certainly it is a
boro to struggle with ono's clothes in tho
oiTort to havo odo'b things individual
and smart bb well, but in tho end it pays
that is, if you aro a modish you are
suro to think it does. If a modish can
not bo smartor and muro individual
than anyone elso in the world, why,
they aro looked upon in scorn by all tho
rest of tho modish family.
Although many of tho "modol" gowns
aro protty and somo few of them ex
ceedingly good style, I niUBt Bay I havo
yet to see any that aro particularly
wonderful or etartlingly now. The best
coats are short, an inch or two below
the waist-line only. Short jackets in
silk, that were worn a little last spring,
by a few ultra-smart women, myself in
cluded, will be generally worn this sea
son. It's a sensible, practical fashion,
for Bilk is cool and sheds dust delight
fully, and I could never see why Iob
autres were so slow about adopting the
fabric last year. Silk coats this year
will be made in black silk with nolka
dots of satin of various sizes, as well as
in plain silk taffetas. WaUtcoats of
white and colored pique are worn with
thoBo little jackets aod the skirt may be
in silk or in cloth as one pleases.
One of the "model" gowns baB the
coat in black-dotted silk and tho skirt
in gray dark gray cheviot. The coat
has a white pique waiBtcoat, and the
ensemble is really Bmart to a degree that
delighted my modish soul.
Tucks are again in favor. Every
blouse one sees is made of tucks of
some kind, with entre deux galore in
troduced or else lace applique. The
last thing to be tucked is a coat. It is
the best model I have seen. The en
tile coat is a mass of quarter-inch tuck-.
and is equally good dene all in taffeta
and cloth. The tucks are arranged
some on the straight and some on thn
bias, so that any clumsy effect is skill-
fully overcome. Then flat nlec or
taffeta, or cloth, elaborately machine
stucned, outline the back, tho double
breastedjfront, the flaring collar and the
under arm seams.
There is also a piece of machine
stitched taffeta or cloth that outline!
the waist and decends below it for an
inchortwo. This is not an overclear
description of this fascinating garment,
I know, but it happens to be really ap
preciated. In the meantime, believe
methafit is the smartest thing that
Paris has sent us so far this season.
The skirt to be worn with this jackot
has the prevalent double skirt Affect
'and both skirts are outlined with clue-
ters or tucks that correspond with the
tucking on the coat. Everything that
can have, the double skirt effect has it.
Where materials do not lend themselves
to it the effect is stimulated by a garni
ture of one kind or another.
I have been most astonished at the
few good black gowni that have been
imported. Spangles are apparently
still in the mind ot the dressmaker.
I have seen one good black jet gown
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