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THE DAILY CITIZEN
ALRl'O, HlQl'R. - JCLY 2d, I Huh
Hy instructions from Chase A
Sanburo we are authorized to sell
(ava and Mocha Coffee at the
45- ent coffee at. . .40 cents.
40-cent tofft-e at. . .35 cents.
35-cent coffee at. . .30 cents.
30-ci-nt coff-.e at. . .25 cents.
'5-cent coffee at ... 20 cenis.
114 1. BiUi-oad i!.,ilboqciiqD9,l. I,
MONEY 10 LOAN
On pianos. QnrV-clsaji furniture, etc,
without removal. Also on diamonds.
watouea, JfWHirj. life luauraiioe poll'
eies. liust deeds or any good secur
It;. Term very moderate,
too Bomb tteoond street, Albuqner
qua. New Mi' 1 100, next door to West
rn Union lelegrspn olllce.
15. A. SLEYtfTEK,
Antoinette Telephone No. 174. -
BOOMS IS A U CKOMWKLL BLOCK
II. E. HAYNIU
(.ic....r I. J. B Matthew.)
Pure Jersey Milk
Order. Promptly- Killed.
fc jt i jet -jf fc
Imw lOcrnt dime.
Hare Tour .hlrt l.undrlad
And borne oo time.
At the AJbiqacrqac Steam Utndry,
Cwraar Col . n4 Mna
JIT 1. HUBBS, Proprietor,
809 Copper Ave.
Horwthoeinc Speciihy. joo Repair
ing and ail Other Kind ci BUdumith
ME LI in I & EAK1N.
Ibolu&le 43d Retail Liquor Dealers,
Family Uide .applied at Wbolral price
KicIu.It went fur lb. limoui YellowMoo
Whukv. All tbe nandard braada of
81. LOQIS ud MILWAUKEE
Bottled beer la etock. Kleaint Side board aod
Readies room Ic Connection aod War bulla
tin. trrab from the wire.
Headquarters for Fresh Fruits
and Vegetables in season . . .
Fresh FUn and Dressed Poultry.
206 and 208 South Second Street
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
S14 S. Second St.
Beet ou Kanli.
Store rxpaln at Kutrelle's.
floor nwttiug. Whitney Oo,
Room moulding. Whitney Go.
Fresh vaccine points at Buppe's drag
Krult jars and Jelly glasses, Whitney
40 eente for 7-foot cloth shades. W. V.
Call at Buppe's drug store (or treah
Merchant' lunch every mornlug at the
W hlte Mepbant.
Novelties tn oar queensware depert-
meal. w hltuey Co.
Fire sale at "The Fair Store." See
their bargain counters.
Dunham shred oocoannt, 20 cents per
pound, at A. Loniberdu ft.
Bee the fine assortment of new f urnl
tare, !W6 south First street.
I'nlon made overalls, only at tbe
Goldeu Buie Dry Goods company.
Good evening. Hare you seen the bar
gain counters at The Fair btorer
Croas & Maekwell chow-chow, 85
eeula par pound, at A. Lonibardo's.
For granite-ware, tinware and stoves
see i, n. Harding, zis uoia avenue.
The newest tad lust out. The Roman
belt, Just received at the Koououilat.
Old Mause maple syrup, per quart, 35
cents; per pint, J cents, at A. Lombardo's.
Tbe bext $3 men's shoes In ths city are
sold at A. Simpler & Co.' large shoe store.
For Bale Steel range, gasoline stove
Iron bedatead, linoleum, elo. Apply 2uJ
north Kdlth street.
Attend our mid-summer closing out
Sate. Good seaaousble goods sold St
ridiculously low prices. Uoseuwald
Latest styles, up to-date, ladles' shoes
In lace, congress ana ouiion; ins nest iu
theoity. Mm. Chaplin, No. 113 lull
Oakey's hack, all night, baggage and
transfer wagou 10 niiiiuignt. Lve or
dera at Abel's cigar store. Automatic
'phone No. i.42.
A big line of sample blankets from
John V. Farwell Co, Chicago, on sale at
Gulden huie l'ry Goods oompany, at
eastern wholesale coet.
If you cannot find the goods at the
Koonomlat It Is no lias looking eUewhere
Is the eommou expression amougat the
ladles of Albuquerque.
Bee our underwear at II and (1.211 per
suit, they ars genuine Balbrlggau and
worth more money, bimou bleru, the
Railroad avenue clothier.
Dealers tn Remington typewriters, the
standard typewriters of the world. Can
supply business ollloes with experienced
stenographers to till permanent and tern'
porary positions, at short notice, liehn
Kd Carter, who has been working In
ths railroad shops as a blacksmith's
helper, ha left the city, leaving behind
him a wits aud bve small children. Ap-
f areutly It Is a raws of deliberate detwr
iun. Carter gambled away nearly all of
his laat check, and wlieu taaeu to taok
or ths trealweut ahd neglect of his
laaifiiaaiMjtiiiiai ai yilMllau
family. he promlsH to strnlghten tip, bnt
no rinuiit H t nil sn exrnae. as lie ran
not Ih tntmd. Vm ('srtf-r and her 1 hi I-
drent r dwtitnti at thflr honiK. WH
niit'i Thinl attcet, and sra tn be pitied.
It I to be h p d that henevolent perns
ill see that trey are not allowed to
axt evening, st (1:30 oVUirk. the
funeral of Mr.. Jesnette Slmnk orrurred
st I iiiliTtdkcr Hirong'', with burial at
Karvlew It wst llrt suppneed that
Mr. Ulisnk's death was the direct csnae
of f itt degeneration of the henrt, bnt at
the pnt mortem examination held on
th body yealenlay afternoon, It wa. rte
Vi'l n d that elie ilinl from rcri bral In m
nri bave. I lie berenved hiixl'anil. sa atat d
in Ins Citi.kn j'"tfrday sftrnoon, waa
s railway bnllcrniHlier. and his aaociatea
of that rtVpartmei.t nf the shops attended
the riiOMral In a lo.iy.
1 he fire derail inert will meet thla
evening at the Kergnwn M'tnk ,t Ladder
cnmpaiiy s hnne, and t hlef Knpe, eore-
ni n Knight. Ulmhie and aevarai oiner
brilliant orators of the department are
down for a short address each. Ir.
Maebeth annonnces that he will be pres
ent with hl HrodtlHh hsgplps, and l.ew
Kuhna boldly derlarea that he will appear
st the meeting In a new rule, entitled
flow Kaellv He Bluffed Chief BtiDDe on
the Original 8 how Down."
Word ranched the city laat night that
Mrs Biiatamente wss stabbed several
times by her huaband at Itallup Hundsy
night laat. It aeems that theae two love
ly married people were ont walking,
when a quarrel started, which resulted
In the hnabsnd using his penknife, lis
had a preliminary Tiearlng before the
Gnllnp Justice, and will be brought hers
to-night to linger In the county jsll un
til the next grand Jury of this county
csn tnveatigsts his caee.
Visitors to Alhnqnerqns are Invited to
take lodging at the Railroad avenue
hnuae. Kverythlng neat and clean; prices
reaaonanis. me Kauroart narner snnp
solicits your patronage. Kverythtng elee
elee gone ap, but our prtres remain the
earns. Shaving, hair cutting and baths,
r our chair. 1 on re next.
J. R. Banchkx, Proprietor.
A. A. Grant, owner of the Grant opera
house recently deatroyed by tire, pre
sented ths Albuquerque tire department,
through Chief Ruppe, with a check for
IHKithle morning, ss his token of ap
preciation for the Bremen In their
herolo work at the shore tire. W 1th this
c'-ck ths department has received about
fU'Hi in ths paet month.
tatters from Phil. Farmer, now In
New Vork Cltr. aire the encouraging In
formation that hs has about recovered
from the small pox. and will be all right
In a very abort tims. The germs of the
dlxeaae waa carried In his clothing and
when he reached New York hs wss
stricken down with the horrible disease.
Ths two latest arrivals at the Santa Fe
Pacltle hospital are Tomas Mnntoya. In
ternally Injured by a heary rock falling
npnn him while at work at Cebolletta,
and F. II. Hulls, one of the yard switch
men from Wlnalow.who Is suffering with
a broken collar-bone. Both patients are
V. 8. Miera will leare late this after
noon with l.iut) wethers or Hon. jeans
M. Sandoral's for Brookllus. Iowa, lis
will sojourn a few days In Katies City
and Wyandotte, Kas., and will probably
visit the omsha exposition Derore return'
lug to New Mexico.
Yesterday afternoon, the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Btraln was the scene
of much enjoyment. Their nine-year old
daughter. Miss Mildred, had announced
a party, and thers were present a nnm
her of the little people of her neighbor
Alex. Bowie, wife and son earns In
from the weet laet night and stopped at
the Hotel Highland. Mr. Bowie Is ths
general manager of the Caledonian Coal
company at ualiup. iney leit tins morn
lug for the Jeuie x hot springs.
Miss Alice Spenser, daughter of K. W
Hnencer. of the Weekly News, left laat
night for Maxwell City, up north, where
shs will visit friends for a few weeks.
"What Did Dewey Do to Them""Onr
Flag, ths Bed, White and Blue, "War
Hongs of ItH." Three late war songs for
f 1, at Vt hltsnn's Music more.
The Ladles' Aid society of ths Lead
Avenns Methodist church will meet at
ths church Thursday afternoon at
Now Is the time to be vaccinated. Call
at Buppe's drug store; hs has just re
ceived a large Invoice of fresh vaccine
W. L. Trimble left last night for
Trinidad. He has business there that
will keep him out of the city for several
A new line of nns quality stock rtunon
In No. 40. 50 and so widths, worth np to
5c. a yard; special at 35o. at the Kcono
We have Jnst received full line of
12.50 and 13.00 ladles' tine Oxford and
high shoes. Give us a call. A. Simpler
The Klectrle Light "ompany received
this morning a new Improved water
The beet summer fuel Is Cerrlllos nut
coal; 13.25 per ton. Halm & Co.
Wanted Girl to do light bousework
Call at 103 Kast Sliver avenue.
lampe and trimmings. Whitney Co
New bicycles at Futrelle'a only fiS,
Tin work. Whitney Co.
'flnn Urmnnl Mirlnnmmnn Onln
FROM TO-iY, until further nt ice. we will oftVr our entire c(IM-k of summer
v! st prices to set tem inotlng. This Is nut n money uiiikiug Mile fur ih.
1 reel I v, but we believe II to be tonur inters) hv n"-iiii( out this seuum's good at
ciwt. or even below cost, In order to get s fresh stock for the mining sensoii. One
f Ihe member of our tlrm Is going to the eiMem nmrkets within n few weeks,
ud new goods will begin arming wltliln a mouth. e need room, nml wo need
aboM- nil. M'iNKY. 1 he Almighty Dollar will he mlgliter in our store within the
ext few weeks than It has ever been befole, slid that Is sluing s greiil ileiil. Don t
t below prices mislead vou ss to nnnllfv. 1 here snot nil silicic mentioned Unit
sn't worth nlmost double. You will agree with us nhen you see ihc gisi.ls.
AWNS, ORGANOIES Etc,
L.ace stripe Jawns, worm
13 Jc per yard '.. 7c
'lain Lawns, in floral designs
and stripes, worth I2c 7
Organdies, Lappels and
JLAwns, worth 17 y,c and
20c per yard 11c
Organdies, worth 35c per
Ladies' Vests, worth 6c, now
3 for 10c
Ladies' Vests, worth 10c, at 5c
Ladies' Vests, worth 15c, at lOc
Ladies' Vests, worth 25c, at 15c
Ladies' Vests, worth 35c, at JJOc
Ladies' Vests, worth 40c, at 5J5c
Ladies' Lisle Vests," 60c, at lOc
LAD ES SHUT WAISTS,
They are all this years' styles,
perfect in fit and workmanship,
and not to he compared in qu-lity
to many inferior goods offered at
so called Itargain Prices. We
offer them at our attual cost to
close them out They go now
from loc to
Former price 65c to $2.50.
Six weeks ago we had 250
skirts on hand, now we have 50.
That's a great many mote than
we want to have when our new
ones come in. We have only the
better qualities left, in hlack and
colors, now ft r $1.74 to $H.OO
They were $2.75 to $5 00.
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Kiiual bargains In all other departments which lack of space dis-a not permit
us to mention.
THB CITT IK BRIEP.
rersosal and Gencrsl Psrsgrsphs ricked
Op Hers sad There.
Misses Msy Farr and Bensls Borden
speut Sunday at Camp Whltoomb, mak
ing the trip on norseback.
Dnring the absence of F. K. Bturges In
Sauta Fe, J. D. Bone Is oOlclatlug as day
olerk at Bturges' Kuropean.
Triple Link Rebekah lodge. No. 10, 1.O.
0. V., will meet to-ntght in regular ses
alou. A full attendance of members Is
A meeting of clerk', Interested In the
move to close at n 0 ciock p. 111., win be
held at the drug store of B. Ruppe this
evening at 7:lo o'clock.
C. A. Bottger, of the Bnnnyaide Inn
over in old town, was out driving this
morning. He has been sick ths pant few
weeks with a contagious diseaee.
Dr. J. W. Dodsnn and Dr. C. Hudson,
two practising physicians and surgeons
of Klrksvtlle, Mo., are in ths city and
can be found at the Grand Central.
Jack Holland, the well known baseball
player, came In from Silver City last
night, and win accept a position in ins
local shops of ths Bauta Fs I'aclllc rail
way. David Weinman will leave this even
ing for Bauta Fe, where he will remain
for a week. Mrs. Weinman aud baby
have been at the capital the past ten
Blchard fowls, ths cattle Inspector for
this district, who was called to Ualiup on
business connected with his duties, re
turned to the city lata yesterday after
noon ou a freight train.
The German Sunday school will go to
Camp Vthllconib on Thursday morning,
where a picnic will be held. The mem
bers of .ie school will congregate at the
church on North Third street at o o'clock
Prof. J. P. Owen returned last night
from a trio to Raton and Las Vegas In
ths Interest of the Knights and Ladles of
the Southern Home. He reports the ne
councils being orgaulsed at the above
places as progressing rapidly.
The First National bank will soon
hoist to ths breexs a large I lilted States
Hag. On yesterday. It. V. Vox. the car
peuter, put up the llagetaff on the build
ing. Gold avenue Is all right, when It
comes to displaying the American ling.
Ths Roswell Register says: Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Jaffa aud family left yesterday
for Albuquerque on a visit to Mrs. Jaffa's
father. They will be gone sbout three
weeks, snd may visit Laa Vegas and other
points in the northern portion of the ter
ritory. Archibald Mataon.ths four-year old son
of Mr and Mrs. W. H. Matson, Jr., died
last Sunday evening at Cascade, Coin,
In rwanonsa to a telerram from his wife.
I Mr. Mat-ton passed through this city from
Fresno, Cel., last Saturday night and
It's a Pleasure
to sliow the clothes you buy from us to your lady of
gentleman friends. They ore so stylish, so Just-right.
The style stays because they're made rlnht, of the right cloths,
too. The linings are honest and the prices are fair and fearless.
Bee our windows, step In the store and note our treatment,
ur methods; you'll not wonder then at our big success.
mm s ii S.11 1 1 l 'iv
The mk that f nrtnt- yrvj
59.75 and 512.75 a Suit.
WORTH MORE MONEY.
The Ix'rtllt-ond Avumic Clittlilor.
douhtleas reached Cascade In time to wit
neas the Unal dissolution of his pretty
little hoy. Ins Citi.kn oilers its con
dolence to the bereaved parents.
Having certain attractions at Raton,
S. W. Dodge threw np Hlug o at tills olllce
last night and left on the No. 2 passenger
train for Raton, where he becomes au at
tache of the office of the Raton Reporter
His printer friends of this olllce showed
him courteeles before the departure of
the north bound train, and escorted him
to the depot In front of a string baud of
llillih Leeds, .Imiies (i.irniun, Cant
M -I.i 1111 and ,1. A. Jameson left this morn
tug iu Johnston ,V .Moure's stage for
Jellies hot springs, where they will re
main several weeks. 1 .011 Hill, the well
known engineer, was on the slate to
make the trip, but. on account of a busi
ness trip he lias to uutke to Hocnrro, at
the lust moment be gave up tho trip to
Mrs. M. J. Borden, territorial president
Woman's Christian Temperance Cnioii.
returned from Magilalena and Kelly on
last evening's tram, Vtlille. there Mrs
Horden organized vtomans Christian
Temperance I'ulons at each of the alsive
named points. Much lntero-t whs mani
fested Iu the cause of temperance and
several large meetings were held.
A. J. MALOY,
OLUB U0U3H CANNED GOODS,
Nono to Hiiisil,
HELL'S SPRINGS CUEAMEUY BUTTEIi
118 Railroad Ave. Albuquerque, N. M.
0. BACH Erin. KHTABLISUKD ISSe.
I rj r rr XT T
Wholesale Dealer In
Head aud It Convinced.
It is trite saying that "fact Is stronger
than Uctlon," but It is au uiideniaide
truth. This is probably the reason that
most people prefer llctloii to I acts. Fic
tion la far more In'eresting than cold,
stubborn, unyielding facts. If you assur
an old-timer of Albuquerque that New
Mexico presents the II nest held for the
prospector on earth, he will shrug hi
shoulders and reply "Tliece are others."
He is not interested In a statement of
every-day fact, but he will simply revel
in fairy stories alaint the rich gold Holds
of the Klondike or Yaqui country, and
imagine that be could immediately pick
up a fortune If he were iu either place,
lie dM not realize that he would, as he
does here, still wish that lis was iu some
more distant country.
These contrary notions are all right
ss long as they don't affect Hi"
serious affairs of life, but If a man is 111
he wants a skillful physician and not a
quack or a theorist, if dying he wants
to see a priest or a parson not a clown or
a minstrel. In the same line of reason
ing, If hs Is troubled ulsiut business
ventures, or any one of the thousand
problems that beset tho average
mortal, hs does not want to go tn the
gvpsy fortune teller, card reader or fakir
that simply Imposes upou human
credulity. He wants to consult a scien
title palmist and know that the informs,
tlon which hs Is given Is reliable. Prof.
B. Harding stands at the head of his
profession and is consulted in his par
lors at the Grand Central by dozens of
people dally. His fees range from 1
OK ILFKLD BROS. STOCK OF
Curtains, Hugo, Linoleum,
Comforts and Everything in tho
House Furnishing Lino I
SlMCClAL SALIi OK
CARPETS, LACE CURTAINS.
P0RT1ERS AND TOWEIS.
Having purchased the above mammoth s'otk from Ilfeld
Bros, we will p';ue s;irre on sale at mliculously low prices.
MAY & FABER,
Slaughter Sale of Carpets.
In order to mako room for our fall stock
wo will, for a short timo only, sell our
....Carpets, Rugs and Curtains....
Next to Citizen Office.
General Agents Tor W.J Lcmp's St. Louis Hecr.
ELEGANT RETAIL DEPARTMENT
Ol'EN DAY AND NIGHT.
Outside Orders Promptly Attended to.
Prices Reasonable and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
B'CHECHI & CIOMI,
. C A- .
107 & 109 MFir:i Street, - - Alboqoerqne, N. M,
Jas. L. Bell & Co.
Staple aod Fancy Groceries.
THE FRUIT SEASON
In ltn hrtffht now, tnl ymi can't hnr too murh
fruit wtirn ite A 1 in quality, like thr wntrr
uit'lohe), 1 urrunt-i, tn rrirs. ttiiuiiut, eU .. f ate
tut iwlliUK tt vny lo rit'r. Mtif r nit It nut
that) iiiirs wert nt-vcr umwn. They'rr tt ft 'ant
titr all who t'lin liMMf ttiL'in. Dnn't lottfet that
ihc Hint rfuon'ii utMiiti and that c.tniniiR iKtlic
lirnl tirtitT ot thr lav. Nuw i the tunc tti lay
in ultur tut iit-xt inter, hnnt t an't bt bct
vr tn -nt c Iiiwer than yuu'll lind t our utort
REGARDLESS OF COST.
The clearing sale at the Golden Rule
lry Hoods company Is the most wonder
ful sale that has ever taken place In this
city. You can buy muslin at .'i'o. a
yard, India linen at 8c, lace curtains at
3 He a pair.
Kutrelle, corner Gold and Hirst streets
will sell you good wall paper at 12,4c
double roll and up.
The cleanest and best appointed barber
shop in the southwest Halm's, N. T. Ar
A DOCTOR'S VISIT
is always followed by a doctor's
prescription, and when you want
to get it filled promptly, accurately
and from the purest and freshest
drugs, bring it to us. Physicians'
prescriptions are a specialty with
us, and we have all the newest
discoveries in medicine that can
fill prescriptions from the best in
Our oreM-rlntlon counter always In chnrife of a
araduste of pliarinat'y.
J. H. O'RIELLY & CO.,
New Scarf Pin
The "PEARL OF ANTILLES"
pleases him immensely...
We have Scarf Pins, Rings, Lace
Pins, Shirt Waist Sets, Chatelaines,
etc, etc., etc, made in handsome
designs and attactive effects.
T. Y. MAYNARD, jeweler
Watch Inspector, A, T. & S. F. R. R.
If you intend to enjoy yourself In the
mountains this summer, remember the
sulphur hot springs, nestled in a valley
of thsJemee mountains, cannot he sur
passed for scenery. For particulars
write to W. L. Trimble A Co , this city.
Ladies' leather belts, worth rifle, at 30c;
belts worth tie at Sue each. Hoseuwald
Think nf it! Iluying ladies' shirt
waists at loc; ladles wing sleeve vests at
2c, children's tan or black stocking at
Ulc, ouly to be had at the Golden Kule
liry Goods company.
Oh, no! You are not looking thin. All
that you need is a clean shave. Go to
llahu's barber shop, N. T. Armljo build
ing, and get the best.
Always Goods People
Want Prices People
Like and unmatched
Values. Mail orders
Filled Same Day Received.
1 J. .1. ,1.1.1
DRY GOODS COMPANY.
The Most Reliable of
AU Patterns Made.
Sure to Please.
They are all bright, now goods, nice patterns and will
sold regardless of cost. In view of tho very low prices
which wo oiler these goods terms will ho cash.
I liOTbL ARRIVALS.
1 (iHANl) CKNTKAL.
1 Jas. Campbell, I.os AiiK"les; John 8.
H trper, I'lttsbiirg. IVnn.; VV. II. Nichol
son, Mark Kills, lsule City, Kan.; Iir.
J Vt. Hudson, It. ( . Isslsoii, Kirksville,
I Mo.; N. K liurvin, I,ns Neas.
! tm'iti.m' Kimui'EAN.
I C. I McKlveen. Illaud; K. Hastings,
Kansas; K. II. Tunlson, Santa Monica,
( al.; Vt.H. Kliss, Williams, Arizona; A.
I', Kuch, l.as Vegas; VI iu. Iiaxs, VMnslow;
V. O. Hanna. Chicago; C. Haca, Socorro;
J. VY. lwuard, ban Francisco.
iiotkl nn. 11 1.1 M).
R. Coweu, Chicago; Leslie H. Dodge,
Syracuse, N. V.; Alex. Howie, wife aud
son, Gallup; C. II. Martin, Chicago; C.
M. Tavlor, Ktton; II. B. worden, Denver;
Mrs. W . C. Ha.lleY ami daughter, I'lnla
delphta; Ham. tl. Smith, Dullas; Texas;
Mrs II, A. Johnson, San Marcial; Dr. K.
B. (iosselt, l.as egas; II. II. Clallin, Jop
1 1 11. Wo.
llll to lliw t,raiid Jury.
Yenceslado Castillo, charued with ob
structing and restraining the passage of
l lilted States malls, near Selsitetia,
aleucla county, had his hearing before
I tilled States Coininiloner II. lit Hint
ing this uioriiing, the result of which
was that be was held to the l ulled
states grand jury In the sum of J K I
bond, which was furnished.
GIGANTIC CLEARING SALE.
INIMITABLE I IRRESISTIBLE I
No stop at the Sale that is the wonder of all Albuquerque. Everybody concedes that it is the Greatest tale
and the most favorable opportunity for buyers that the people of this or any other city have ever
known; it will be greater than ever this week. Our entire reserve stock goes on sale Mon
day morning, July 25. Read these sample prices. Remember These Two Facts
First, nearly every article heretofore advertised will be on sale this week at the special price or a lower price.
After performing the last sad rites over
Mie titer ol his lather, v. A. lloo.iy, 01
I nl. 111. Mo., the bereaved son, Hoy M
Moody, has returned to this city. The
sou states that his father was i2 years
old, and that his remains were buried lu
I the cemetery at ill. teruoii, alo.
Detachable Collars and well tiiitde 10c
I Ins is a new lot.
Dctitcliiihle Collurs ami well made
Detach tide Collars and well made 3oc
This lot comprises all ( f our llnest waists.
Ladies' Kibbed Vests with wing sleeves, each, at
Ladies' Hibhed Vests, white ouly
l adies' Hue (jim'.ity Klhhed Yets
. . tie
(leiiulne II. Ac G. Corsets, best grades only Hoc
Genuine M . It. Corsets, best grades ouly S5c
(ieiiulne .1. K. Corsets, best grade only &"e
Thoiupsou glove-Ullii.g CorM't at actuul est.
1'. D. Corsets at less than cost.
Lot ol Corsets, dill -rent qualities, at ,Vo
'JS dozen I. idles' Neckwear at lfc
Children's Hose, black or Inn. pair
Children's Hose, seamless, faat black, pair c
Ladies' black or tan Hose, pair he
l.ailies' fiincy llosp, pU,s, dots and stripes, a pair . . . . I.'c
Children's llnest ho jds, dividel into 3 lots, worth up to
l..ri apiece, ul 2oc, J.'ic and toe each.
Profit Cuts no Figure. We are
uoing to sell. Prices like
these have never before
25 pieces Guipure lattice and open work lawn; big
gest value you ever saw at 3''4e
Hh pieces ducliesee orgitinly; nicest goisls you ever saw
at li'c; for this Bale at
2d pieces tluest French organdy ; you have been paying
us 3"t- per yd ; price cut in two 15o
See window display.
3d Inch percale, 1 yard widest Re
Apron giuKhum at 2'ac
lot tlgurrd satteen at 7'jo
Ginghams, Unest quality, at T2o
.epliyr, tluest quality, at 7',c
2ij quality figured chtllie at He
Bleached muslin at 3'ao
3ti-inch bleaclie t miisliu at 40
India iliiou at e
I ace curtains, p--r pair, lit Hso
Yi hite bed spreats al 800
"Creatlpecia! Sale DRESSi00DS"and SILKS.
Bril'ianline, all colors, p-r yard 2oe
HO pieces dress gisi I-., all k Tin's 1 le
All Wisil dress 'o,as, all kinds 2Jc
42 iii'di all WihjI dress i;oils 8 tc
Few pieces of 51 Ini'h. s w ills, all WckiI , l
Beiiu'itline silk, per ard 40
lallela silk, tluest grade
Wash silks 2e