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HW Ts:E Sai;p jLaicg Trxbtekds Satubday Moksxbtg, March 26, 1904. 5 p
1? 1 ' UTAH'S IRRIGATION PROJECT
iff J MEETS WSTfI 0fflOAL kwmkl
i War" Interior Department Gives Notice o: Taking Up Cigantic
ly Jjfe -Scheme Presented by the State Commission-Means
! liy ..a 1 Millions for Utah's Agriculural Interests.
Formul approval of tho Utah Arid
1 I Land Acclamation Fund Commission's
nt gigantic irrigation scheme, affecting the
' w principal three agricultural valleys of
jjjlij , this State, and the decision of the Gov-
H J ernment reclamation service at "Wash-
I B . lnrjton to undertake the field work on
V . the project, are expressed - most un-
equivocally In a letter from Charles
M D. Walcotl. Director of the United
A States Geological' survey,, received i'cs-
Mj tcrday by State Engineer Dorenius.
The letter Is in response to the ap-
. plication and brier, accompanied by
maps. and drawings netting forth the'
1 plan in detail, -which were filed with
Jr the Interior department last January
" by 'professor Doremuw, as chairman of
the State commission, on the occasion
of ills visit to Washington.' A tier pass
ing through the regular course prc
- scribed for such documents, they were
1. , J finally referred to Director "WalcolL and
I" , have been virtually accepted by him as
4' outlining a project to be undertaken
(A by his department. Mr. "Walcott's let-
, . tor is .13 follows:
' MR. "WALCOTT'S LETTER. 1
Tour communication, tla tod January
27th and addressed to the honorable Soc
rotary of. tho Interior, has been, on March
17th. referred to mo for consideration.
In It you call attention to the fact that
It appears plain to the commission that
I "no moro worthy place or people can be
found than Is hero afforded for the suc
cessful application and operation of tho
mclamatlon law; and it Is earnestly ro
frucstcd jthat linmcdlato steps lKi taken to
1 It la proposed to undertake field work
on the projret referred to and ascertain
nil of tho lihyslcal features. At tho same
time. It la understood that tho peoplqf In
terested are getting together In order to
. co-operato with the reclamation service
In making tho undertaking a great suc-
T hope to hear from you from lime lo
tlmo regarding the progress made, and
linvo, every rfaon to bcllcvo that the re
sults will bo favorable.
' , WHAT IT MEANS TO UTAH,
j The significance of the statements
I contained In this letter, the bearing
L they may have on the future develop-
V. nient of Utah as nn agricultural State,
Iv can hardly v be overestimated. Ex-
v pressed In cold figures and in general
' terms, the taking up of the commis-
slop's irrigation project by the Interior
1 department means that the Govern-
ment will expend ?S,000,000 in Improve-
j jnenls for tin' reclamation of a million
acres of lands in the Utah Lake, Salt
I Lake and Cache valleys, and that thn
Improvements will add from J30.000.000
to 550,000.000 to the value of the lands.
The project, which has already been
set forth somewhat In detail in thesw
columns, contemplates, first, the Im
provement of Utah lake and the Jor
dan river, which is already under way
to the extent of the completion of pre
liminary work, and in addition to this
the improvement of Bear lake and
Bear river, the bringing of water from
the Strawberry valley lntu this basin
and the connection of the two princi
pal water sources, the one on tho
north, the other on the south, by a
main canal skirting the foothills of tho
Wasatch range of mountains and emp
tying its waters Into numerous later
als to supply the lands below. The
scheme la as attract.' vc as It Is vast in
Its scope, and It seems that the fea
tures which commend it have not been
lost upon the olliclals in Washington.
STATE ENGINEER TALKS.
"The lone of Director Wolcotfs let
ter is very gratifying to me," suld
Stale Engineer Doremus yesterday.
"Government olllclala are chary of
lending thuir apparent endorsement to
any project in which they have not tho
utmost confidence, and therefore, when
the director quotes approvingly our
claim that 'no more worthy place or
pcoplo can be found than are here af
forded for the successful application
and operation of the reclamation law,'
and further along says that he has
'every reason to believe that the results
will bb favorable." it means u great
deal, in my estimation. ,
WORKING FOR THE PEOPLE.
"Another matter which should bo
Impressed upon our people is the as
sumption by Director Wnlcolt that 'the
people interested are getting together
In order to cp-operate with the Recla
mation service In making the undertak
ing a great success." It Is positively
necessary that the people should get to
gether to this end. The commission
has taken the initiative in behalf of
the people- and tho Government Is act
ing on the assumption that the people
are supporting the commission with
virtual unanimity. It is- incomprehen
slblbe that anyone could stand In the
way of a project such as this a pro
ject which will be the making of tho
State in an agricultural way and will
benefit every interest and we feel con
fident that landowners will promptly
do their part, which Is simply to get
together and ask the Government to do
the work. The landowners must, of
course, contract lo pay for the im
provements In ten years' lime follow
ing their completion, but the Improve
ments will pay for themselves many
Hll NEW LITIGATION COMING
II fT- OVER COAL LANDS
Ei That new suits involving the title of
'the Utah Fuel company to thousands
of acres of Its most valuable coal lands
are to be brought very shortly is ru
i mored so persistently in legal circles
abom the city that there seems to be no
doubt that the reports are true. It is
learned upon apparently reliable au
thority that the papers In these new
cases are now in course of preparation
and that they will be filed in a few days
In both the United States land ofilco
and In the United States District court.
It has been impossible thus far to learn
who Is behind these Hiilts, but there Is
tall: of a clash of railroad interests as
X. the prime cause which has led to their
The grounds upon which the suits will
be "based are that the Utah Fuel com
pany has acquired tho greater part of
its coal lands by outright purchase -if
the "coal land rights" of Individuals
I that is, by entering Into contracts with
persons to use their names for filing
I upon coal lands, the parties deeding the
Ja lands to the company for a nominal
1 13 consideration us soon as patent Is
tj- acquired. Similar casc3. known as the
ffl Sallna canyon contest cases, were
I brought against the company last fall.
I and while theso were not successful, it
i is claimed that work performed in con-
El r.ection with them developed evidence
B, which may lead to Invalidation of titles
Wm j DOCTOR DID IT
iwHii Put on 36 lbs. "by Food.
RMkv ! '
' Feed a physician back to health and
HHHf lie gains an experience that ho can use
8H9K7' to benefit others. For this reason
Grape-Nuts food is daily recommended
) f to patients by hundreds of physicians
Bw i who have cured themselves of stomach
) I. trouble. One doctor says:
W9 j "Although a physician and trying to
Hnjl'; 1 aid and assist my fellow beings lo eu-
ES.( fi joy good health it must be admitted I
fr formerly did not enjoy the best of
f flf c health myself. In January, 1S9, I only
- weighed 119 pounds. At this time I was
a living in the Ohio valley and began lo
Bn .j think I had about seen my best days.
Ufi il I One day about three years ago I had an
KL' jt opportunity to try Grape-Nula food for
E3f l' my breakfast. I liked It so well that I
HH- JJ i ate three teaepoonfuls three times a
HFTw day .and have regularly used it up to
LKl't VlSl ne present time, and I now weigh 155,
LH 1 m a pain o 2G IK)unds and c"jy the best
Hrt ) fi "Not only ha9 Grape-Nuts made this
BiI wonderful change In mo but through It
MwJ 1 have helped my friends, relatives and
Rn'-?i m patients." The sustaining power of thia
BrWt yl1 f0Q(1 ls H,I"Pb' wonderful.
BWll ' "J have one palient who is a section
M .'I hand ou the C. & O. 1L R. who eats
JU'ffi l nothing In tho morning but four tablo
saJJH 'a v" spoonfuls of Grape-Nuts and yc-t does
raBL his very hard work up to lunch time
jRy) fi and enjoys the best of health and
KHnlHttfjj "I could name a great many casea
IlnWl ll,,s and 1 sti11 Prescribe Grape-
KK &W Nuts in my practice every day." Name
KfttV ' KlVi'n by PosLum Co- Battle Creek,
BtH Ask any physician about the scien-
Kv5f, .;1 tlfic principles on which Grape-Nuts
H1 m food is made. He'll tell you the prln-
J Then a ten days' trial proves that tho
WJ1I I . principles are carried out in the food
KlffH S: i r"a11 tne sood of. the grains so treated
K$F5B tntlt anyone can digest It all"). Shown
PI "mUpI in renewed physical strength and brain
ibk' Iww Look In each package for the famous
little book, "The Road to Wellville."
to most of the company's lands at Clear '
Creek, Scolleld. Synnyside and others of
Its best camps. It is believed that a
subpoena duces tecum will obtain in
these cases and that the company will
be required to bring Into court all con
tracts and documents bearing upon its
acquirement of the lands in question.
Such a proceeding, the plaintiffs believe,
would establish their claims of fraud
without a question, while even without
It they are confident of having sufllclenc
direct evidence to cause the setting
aside, at least, of all patents which are
not of sufficient nge to receive protec
tion from the statute of limitation,
which is six years.
WOMAN WANTS BIG SUM
FOR BEING SEARCHED
For having been subjected to the in
dignities of a personal search warrant
Marian Smith demands retribution in
the sum of $7000 from J. Bergennan.
The woman filed a complaint in the
Olstiict court yesterday. In which sho
District court yesterday. In which sho
alleges that the defendant took false
oath in the affidavit for the search war
rant. On March P.O. 1903, it is alleged
the defendant swore that a 5500 note
had been stolen from his wife and that
he believed tho property lo be in the
room of the plaintiff in the Alexander
block. On the warrant secured the of
ficers searched the woman and the
room, but did not find the missing note.
Tho plaintiff claims that the search
ing of her person and room greatly ex
cited her and shocked her nervous sys
tem oid has seriously impaired her
health. She alleges that the affidavit
was wholly false and the defendant
acted maliciously with Intent to Injure
the plaintiff in her good name and 1o
bring her into public disgrace. She
demands Judgment for $5000 and for
$2000 exemplary damages, with costs.
JURORS DRAWN FOR
THE APRIL TERM
Herewith is given a list of the names
of the Jurors drawn yesterday for the
April term of court in divisions Nos. 1
and 2 of the Third Judicial District
coui't. The drawing was made In the
ofilce of the County Clerk, in the pres.
lucc or County Treasurer Carbls. Dep
uty County Attorney Whittaker and
Deputy County Clerk George Arm
strong. The names drawn are as fol
lows: Division No. , 2. Hon. Samuel W.
Cases Set for Today. -f
DISTRICT COURT. 4.
Division No. 1 Judge Hall. 4.
4- No court.
4- Division No. 2 Judge Stewart.
4- Law and motion call.
4- Division No. S Judge Morse. 4.
4- State vs. Ed Mullen. 4.
4- Division No. 4 Judge Lewis. 4.
4- II. Gotten vs. Mlk.i Klopenstcln 4.
4- CITY coirrtT. 4.
4- Civil division Judgo Tahnor.
4- No court. 4.
.. . t t . t.t
Stewart, judge. 027, F. H. Bcmls; 49S,
Thomas A. Clawson; 5G1, Thomas Man
ning; C7-1, A. F. Kendall; 7G3, J. D. Cum
mlngs; 70, J. E. Sherlock: CIS, Ernest
M. Pratt; 211, Rlohitrd G. Winters; 70S,
Franklin Crowj 720. CharlcB F. Btlll
mnn: 80S, Wlllium Jefferson; 533, R N.
Child; SCO, James II. Day; a51, Gideon
A. GIbbs; 152, H. D. Moylu; 39, George
n. Ellis; 190, Frank J. Duuford; S23.
John II. Lewis; 503, Hugh Andemon;
018, Eugene Hinckley; SB. J. L. Wellcr;
533. It. W. Samsbury; 591, William A.
Neodham; J. II. Hamlin; 70, Fergus
Coaller; 501, T. G. Allen; 7.1S, Joseph M.
Green; KSO. Richard Rnpwortb. Jr.; C02,
.11. V. Mcloy; 553, W. J. Castleton; 20,
Thud W. Naylor (removed from coun
ty); -10, Frank B. Cook; 1C0. George V.
Morris; 21(. Francis M. Brown; 477,
James M. Barlow; 499, T. W. Jcnnlng.i
(In place of ThatV W. "Nay lor).
Division No .1. Hon. CharloH W.
Morwe, Judge. 7015, W. H. Atwood; 703.
Frank Wll.s'on; 50, T. A. l-Iorne, Jr.; GD3,
Louis P. Borg, Jr.; S02. George C. Tripp;
220, rtlchard L. Shannon; S0, Milo An
drus; 372, J. Parley White (exempt); 123,
John F. Oblad; 173. Ralph R. Bhnrkoy;
GC9, Matt T.'Dyon; 825, David E. Jones;
2-17, C. F. Portvr: 280. D. L. Daumburten;
S77, Henry C. Mouter; G01, John J. To
ronla; COS, Albert H. Nanli; 24, Lee
Goetschina; 701. W. S. Ring; 407. W. P.
Gillespie; 270, It. K. Thomas; 455, Ben
Janilne Bythcway; 023, Thomas If.
Lloyd; 5S4. Thomas Dangertleld; 702,
Flnley G. Brook; 6S0, Emli E. Mork; 953,
Richard Beynan; 140, C. E. Hud6on; 34f,
J. W. Fan-ell; 1S1. John Dodgo; 42.
George H. Knowlden; 713, Daniel F.
Free; 604. William Quick; 74S. George
W. Fuirbourn ;791, D. W. Phelan: 915,
William H. Halgh (in place of J. Parley
White, exempt). f
ON LACE HOUSE
William Bartling, who has purchused
from the bankrupt Laco House com
pany its goods and fixtures at 228 and
230 South Main street, brought suit in
tho District court yesterday against
David Keith and James Ivers, the own
ers of the building, seeking to com
pel them lo lease tho promises tu him
until September 1, 190C. Tho plaintiff,
who has been ordered to vacate by
April 1st, this year, claims that there
was a verbal lease existing between the
defendants and tho Lace House com
pany, whereby the latter were untitled
to a lease of the premises', at a mnnfnly
rental of 5550, until the last day of
August, 190C. Tho plaintiff claims to
havo secured this lease, and asks that
tho same bo enforced. The plaintiff al
so asks for both a temporary and per
manent Injunction restraining the de
fendants from taking possession of the
promises until alter the date above
FRIENDLY SUIT TO
SETTLE A LAW POINT
In a friendly proceeding between tho
clerk and tho Judge of the- civil di
vision of the City court the District
court is called upon to decide the length
of time that should be given a defend
ant in which to file an affidavit of ex
emption after a Judgment has been
rendered against him. The question In
point has arisen In an -action brought
by the Mammoth Mercantile company
against one Stephen Markham.
The cas?e was tried recently before
Judge Tanner, who rendered judgment
for 364 In favor of the plaintiff. The- de
fendant was employed by tho Grand
Central Mining company, and his wages
were garnishecd for the amount of the
judgment. Upon receipt of the money
from tho Sheriff tho clerk of the City
court turned the same over to the Judg
ment plaintiff. Five days after the
judgment had been rendered and after
the money hod been pnld the defendant
filed an affidavit of exemption. Upon
the ahowlng of tho affidavit the court
ordered the clerk to return $32, or one
half of the amount of the judgment, to
It has been a rule ndopted by Judge
Tanner to give a defendant ten days
within which to file nn affidavit of ex
emption. The clerk, however, knew
nothing of this rule of the court, and
as the statutou are not binding in the
matter, it was decided to moke a test
case of the matter. City Recorder
Crilchlow yesterday filed application
for a writ of certiorari against Judge
Tanner In the District court, and the
matter will likely be heard by one of
the District Judges in the near future.
Philip Jones of Murray made appli
cation In tho Federal court yesterday to
be - declared a vountary bankrupt.
Jones gave his liabilities at $524 and his
assets at $1515. of which amount about
510G0 is claimed as exempt.
Suit for divorce was filed' yesterdav
in tho District court by Gertrude
Sparks against William' L. Sparks on
the ground of failure to provide with
the common necessaries of. life. Thf
couple were married In this city August
McCoy's livery stable for carriages
and light livery. Telephone 81.
Will Reside in Boise. '
Special to Tho Tribune.
BOISE, Ida., March 25. A. V.. Cruzon
until recently collector of customs in
POrlo Blco, has arrrlvcd In Boise and ivill
make this city his home. Ho has heen a
property-owiH-r luro fourteen years und
has occaslonallv visited the cltv.
You Can Never ForrM the
Flavor. Tree Tea Has Been
the Popular Flavor for Years
E i 1 F
I IMPORTED BYfi
E ; MilliSllaGa E
A ! SAN FRANCISCO! A
Speedily, Permanantly and
WHEN ALLELSE FAILS
Complete Externa! and
Price One Doiiar
In the trc.ntmont of torturing, disflg
nrlng, itching, acalj," crusted, pimplj,
blotchy and scrofulous humors of the
skin, scalp and blood, with loss of hnlr,
Outlcnra Soap, Ointment and Tills havo
been wonderfully aacccMful. Even tho
roosfc obstinate of constitutional hu
mors, such as bad blood, scrofula, In
herited and contagions humors, vrith
losa of hair, glandular swellings, ulcer
ous patches in the throat and mouth,
oorc eyes, copper-coloured blotched, as
well as boils, carbuncles, scurTy, sties,
ulcers and sores arising from an Impuro
condition of tho blood, yield to the
Cuticum Treatment, when all other
And greater still, if posalblo, la thv
wonderful record of cures of torturing,
disfiguring humors among infants ami
children. The suffering which Cutlcurr.
Hcmcdlcs have alleviated amoDg the
young, and tho comfort they have af
forded worn-out and worried paronts,
have leu to thc'ir adoption In countless
homes aa priceless curative3 for the
skin and blood,. Infantile and birth hu
mors, milk crust, scallcd head, eczema,
rashes aud every form of Itching, scaly,
pimply skin and, acalp humors, with loss
of hair, of infancy and childhood, are
speedily, permanently and economically
cured when all other rcmodlcs suitable
for childrcu, and even tho best phy
BoM throacliGut the vorM. Cuticum. fleioWi-nt. ft:.
8n form of Chocotait Coat'd Till. 31c. per rial of W).
Intmenl, SOe-. 8oi. 15e. DcpoUt London. 'T ChwUr
htuH St. i Tuli. i Rue de Is l'lxi Baiton, 137 Colaniboi
Avr- I'otter Drue Chem Corp.. 5ol iroprlti.
PnH for " Th Grcxl llurooor Cur."
Most always what
a piece of jewelry j
i costs but you re- j
j member whether it
I is gocri or not.
The goods wa
hav3 sold mado our i
HE AS ON ABLE PBICES.
I Remove Afeut
1 March 25 to
I 32-34 Main,
tlTh9 Z. C. M. I. I
I will be opposite.' ' J
tii.'-j.'i'-j.iiv.'.'.'.'-'.n'i.i'j'iVI! 't1; -JJJJ-i-'Jm"
' Any Elck nerson who has ncrvxr used H
Llquozono sl.culd wrlto tho Liquid i
! Ozono Co., -15$-4eO Wabash avo., Chi- j.
I cai;u. 'in:? will scnn you on order on a
. your druglat for a 60-ccnt bottlo free, 3
it you will stato the discaso to be i
i treated 2-H. G. F. E. J
S aS our octor been unsuccessful? S I I
Mw t$M? wwww- re yu S"00 at tie !"ea icaI examinations? I I
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rfK1 Lroufj ' Nearly 1,500,000 women have bought Wine of Cardui from their druggists jp 1
llilP W. i--h aQ ave curcd themselves at home, of such troubles as periodical, bearing down and j 11
W ova"aQ Pans leucorrhoea, barrenness, nervousness, dizziness, nausea and despond- II
rPw JA ' aTe not cases. Wine of Cardui cures when the doctor can't. II
Vine of Cardui does not irritate the organs. There is no pain in the treatment. g II
W9A $ fuWtfw No 031:56 for a knife lt lsa S00thinB tonic of healing herbs, free from strong, and & II
fwWSiWi I $ii$ffis& drastic drugs. It is successful because it cures in a natural way. I
' Wine of Cardui can be bought from your druggist at $1.00 a bottle and you g I
4Si73 ln ca,CI e"'1"-' '"PCOlr.l dlrocUons, addreis, clrlne ojmptoras, The Ladles' Ad7lsorr Departoien;, I
'v ! Tiis Chattanooja. Modjolne Co., ChiUanooca, Tonn. , H
t A MONTH ttv
sj' MEDICINES FREE T 5
FOR ALL CATARRHAL DISEASES 'M
TO ALL WHO APPLY AT ONCE jf " '01
This apodal offer gOos Into oCoct a5
ouco aud applies to all. 'r.,; Ai'
Wo nlBO cure Cnlarrh and all Chronlu
Diseases of tbo Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat, Jt,''' ?
Stomach. Kldnoys. JJvor and QoweLi 'TIMffv
and all Private and Nervous DLsetwea Z&'twl.fy
of botli soxes.
Oonultitloii In prrnon or ly letter
du. a. j. snonns. freotoall. CII or wrlto. in. u. w. huoujis.
HOME CURES BY MAIL i?vuo5,i,r .b,?caDW y v duunco from tho
. . city. un. bijoros new sjbxcm of UOMH TJIHATJIENT
wakeHleasr to cot export advlco aod treatment m home. Their hot symptom hlank covers f,
orery .yraptom o( disease which enable them to dia,;i!0o yoiir earn and till you " hut jo" I
trouble Is. nhut cun ho dono tor you. and what tho con or a core will b. WRITE lr ran rnnn
call, for their now r.yraptom list and tako advautauo or tho FJH5K EXAMINATION WbetSur !
youtako treutuiont or not. thu ndTlco coat you nothlnir- ,muut
Weak Blflen Pay When Cured
ir yon urjcr from any of the weaknesses or We curoyon llnst and then ask u BBA?ON-
SXYOL"AnryTHlsrRVe A,,I;E : w"Ba,oun cured. Vou can ne-
WAvrm -PHK M-n PhKSON W I. nciid upon our word. Uiouauds or patleim
raieparonoUrsilllnenrlneCaRON)C Vofi '.WodtK G
fUcuc! br publl,hlnE the uuy Tolun.ary win ,,o dcTnniTd a riB unfll o i.rS"ou !
te,tlmonlaIi from hoiuo people, ctvln u.imc, This applies to Lout MnuLood. Serai nal ?v6ak-
P WKAN?T l'UwtlSXI OUU CUKUS MporiuatorrliocB. Vurlcocole. UlSea,es of '
JK I'ICZVATIS DISEASES 0 "3tt Olaniljj L nnaturul Losses, Gou-
Bccanw II would betray conttdtinno nonce, orrhoca.Glcot.Btrlcture. to.. Contagious Ulood !
we have to proro our sMU In this oln&s of trou- I'oUon. and all WEAKNESSES of men. Con-
blee In another way. This la our plan: saltation and athico free. !
Omto Uouri: S a, m. to & p.m.; Eronlnt,7 to S; Sundays and Holidays, 10 a. m. to 12. j
DRS, SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialists, B8Ws2Adfik?c:uuh.
r.i.iiii3m:iiiiiiiBrillllFlz;i mini n..n nr-re-,. , ,,1J i ill! if -.. , M
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i " Progress Brand," tho tablo Leer oC tho Indian- $
!; npolls Browing, company, is puro, nourishiue", healthful .
( nnd invigorating-. 'Phone for a case wo're sole agents.
BIEGER & LINDLEY, 1
"Tho Wliiskcy Merchants." jj
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E3TAB Li 5 H ED 1364- '
Mere Sre Prlees Thai Preach I '
"Promptness asud Ecoaomy I - f
jjj Almost every department shares in this unusual distribution of I II;
r specilsofdcsirahlo spring merchandise. j .
l Aoether Big Saturday Night Special I
Hosiery Special 7 UNTIL 9 P-M- I 1 !
l G";;coon Oiur Sboe Department i
j Hose In wide ribbed, for Eoj'H, and . , . , . i ;
M narrow rlblxT for Girls' school wear, $3. OO LaUiCS (yfl A P w 1 (
a Blocking that will give entire sat- auoo- 3 H f
:j Isfactlon in every particular, best 5IlUc5 l Ui...., q Jlo JLQJ' 3 1111
25c Brades, for 2 houra' sale, at- Extension soIpp. military or low hcl. 1
l 3 Pairs for 50c. j...'r S1.45 i
j Special! Saturday Nit bxahu advance sate op .
i Betvecn 7 .ind 0 o'clock. x t 3 II I II
I We'll dlstnt nemmea LaMCS HOW I
BED SHEETS iaaA 7 1 I
Nicely made, Ith a a-Inrti hem on IV U4 W TSDOefS. lllll
me find and a 1-inch hem on tho Jt k . f jj
vMTtts? isss 1
J crooked when laundered full dou- pcra- ln ''ebtand dark shades, sc- H
; lilc bed size, 2'. lonfr and 2& yards aratc vest linlnp:, larse llarinpr 1 I
wide, relar price 20c; limit 4 to a flounce. 51.50 values; for 2 hours S I
: customer, at, rggf Saturdny ovenins. 7 to 0. f n U j
: "r Or advance ale prico S)St W j
I special Gent's Eunnshin? Dept. 1 1
: IN OUR . . L , . I Hilt
DBESS GOODS DEPT. Spec,dw 9Nogot.
I Saturday night, Fnoai 7 ro 9 THREE LOTS. III
I CHALJUIES Qnts Fancy Half Hose I
, . , -0 dozen black with allk polka dots, y If!
j Figured and satin stripe wool Chal- regular 25c values. 3 I III
:: H.JS, all the new Persian patterns, 20 dozen fancy pray mixed Gtripca, I III .
soft and clingy, very desirable for regular 20c values. ffl H
; Kouns. waluts and children's wear. 20 dozen plain black and tans, rcc- 0 III
: The styles this scaaon suri)asscs ular 20c values. . B n
I any of our former lines In their ar- three numbers for two boura W LI
r tlstlc beauty: REGULAIt 5UO onlv, from 7 to 9 p. in. S III
f AND CCC; for two houro r- t 1
only per yard 3vr rOT I23AC. S
1easter. footwear xy I
1 'N SHOES SLIPPERS I
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I yMOOKE SHOE CO.X I ' I
I 358 SO. MAIN ST. SIGN OF THE BIG SHOE jj ( 1
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STEEL POLDING GO-CART. l
Fold so-you can take It on the street enr, light and it:destrucr!bl. If you , fl
sec tlieiu you will buy. one. fll
I. X. L. FURNITURE & CARPET INSTALLMENT HOUSE complete ifl
house furnishers, -IS E. 2nd So. St. Terms, 51.00 on 510.00; 510.00 on 5100.00. No .