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Arc Beautifully Stylish and
Pleasantly Low Priced.
Of course, simply the result of days, yes weeks,
spent in the study of the waist styles, the selecting of
fabrics and fashions, and searching out the manufac
turers who could make waists answering to our high
standards and cxactingTtemands.
As we were exacting far more than most particular customers will be in choosing
from this assemblage. We know that every woman who sees these waists will say
they are beauties, and they will buy them. No dress maker could equal their style
or better their fitting qualities or workmanship. The fabrics arc those wanted for
spring waist wear, Silks, India Linens and Batistes, many arc in lingerie efiects. And
they are worthy fabrics, dependable, durable.
Waists of white Tndia Lilians, plaited tuck
ed nnd embroidered frontsplaited backs,
deep uufTa, pretty waists for 75c and
White India Linen Waists, with iillovor oir.
broideried and plaited fronts, some trim
med with val. laceB and insertions, rionp
culls, open front and back, styles very
showy at $1 SO, .fLSt and
Waists of fine India Linens and batistes
prettily trimmed, with val. laces and em
broideries "lingerie Btyles" long and el
bow longth sleeves open fronts and back
styles at if 2 !5, .f 2 00 and
White waists of all pure linon with ombroid
eried and plaited fronts, dpop cuffs at U.75
Whito lingesio waists of fine batistes beau
tifully trimmed with fino val.lnees and in
sertions, open fronts and back, styles long
and elbow longth sleeves, the stylish
waists for summer wear at 3,25, 2 75 and. .
White waists of line batistes, fronts of all
over embroideries and line laces and in
sertions, tucked yoke and back, open front
back styles lone sleeves at !! 50 down to. . .
Lingerie waists of fine white mulls and ba
tistes, .fronts trimmed with fine tucko.
lace insertions and medal
lions, back of line pin tuck1, elbow length
sleoves, open in back at 0 50 and
Silk"waistsof fino iuality Ohina silks, entire
front of one-half inch plaits, plaited back
and deep cuds, comes in white, black, re
seda, alice, pink, and light blue at. . . .
Silk waists of beBt quality China silk, beau
tifully trimmed with fino val. laces and in
sertions, opon in baak, long and olbow
length sleeves, come in cream, alie ro
scila.'lifiht bluo nnd pink at $1 00 and . .
Black taffeta silk waists, fronts trimmed
with fine tucks and Incc insertions, tucked
back, long sleeves with deep cull's trimmed
with lace insertion, open in the back at. .
Shirt Waist Suits
Fashion has decreed it, custom has enforced
it. The-Shirt Waist Suit has come to stay. So
neat, so sensible, so comfortable, just the thing
for semi-dress occasion, nothing can take its
place. Just received a splendid assortment in
India Linens, Batistes and Dotted Swisses, mod
eled and fashioned in the newest lines and ex
pressing all the dash and style that can be desir
ed. Now on sale, some exceptional prices'. You
will do well to make early selection.
White Shirt Waist Suits of fine India Linens, waist
plaited front and back, tloup culT-i, skirt 'plaited to
in itch waist, a spojial value at
y l mm 1M lvl
Lawn shirt waist suitB, white ground .covered
with Binall black dots, style same as the
White shirt waist suit of fine India linens,
front of waist trimmed with plaits,
laco and embroidery insertions, open front
deep cull's. Skirt trimmed with plaits, laco
and embroidery insertion tn match waist,
a pretty suit for
Coffee jacket suits of white and alice blue,
linens trimmed with embroidery insertions
great values at
Shirt waist suits of dotted Swiss, yoke and
front of waist trimmed with pin tucks and
laco insertion, elbow length sleeves, open
in back. Skirt is trimmed down fiont and
around skirt with laco insertion matching
waist. A very dressy garment for
Whito lingerie shirt waist suits of line ba
tistes, skirt and waist elaborately trimmed
with tucks, plaits and line val. lace and in
sertion. Waist opens in front, long sleeves
with (loop culls trimmed with line tucks I A n A
and laco very stylish at IU.UU
semi Ready Waist and Suit Patterns
Quito a showing of these goods. All new,
saves, you all the worry of cutting and se
lecting, trimmings White India Linon
waist patterns in pretty nmbrolderiod de
signs and lingerie styles, all newest pat
terns at 2 75 down to
Whito India Linen suit patterns, skirt cut
all ready to sow togother, embroidered in
pretty patterns nnd trimmed with val. in
sertion" The waist trimmed in same way
with tucked yoko, priced at .
rounded form that
stylo of this sea
son if host secured
with the Tapering
WaiBt modols of
tho famous H. &
O Corsets. We
havo all sizes and
tho new II. k G.
for which we nre
Kvery It. G.
Corset iB guaranteed,
l m, tfs.
PRICKS $1 00 to $2.00.
Tho law imposing a tux on ill
root inheritance is repealed,
Tho hoiiBo Saturday morning
rmaueil the Heatty senate bill, and
lluis ended tight that began nl
TUOBt with tho, first day of the ees
slon, olid 1ms waged intermlttenly
This carries, out a Womooratlo
campaign promise, nnd is in ac
cordance with tho recommenda
tion of Governor J'attiton. It al
so is in a sense n porfional victory
for Senator Hiohard A. Ben try.
Ho is probably the only uiomhoroi'
the geijornl assembly whoso cam- j
paigu for election in into tho ropeal I
of the inhoritanco tax paramount, i Wnpakonctn, April 1, Two
nltho it was Influential in othor ; naloonkeopors out of tho 18 in this
. Yf'rFl Vr 3 r v 1 faVKTrrnt nnvp nr pvo iamiiipu nun ipfipii i n niuurd
dJi lXil 0XWX HnluMnn. Dr. WriM, of The Pr.n- Mfd.ol In
-MithteCo. will KXAMINK YOl'R RYRq PREK.
Colli in bus, Mm eh 19, IncorJ
porated was Tho Gnlllpolls, Hunt
ington, fronton, rortsmoutli and
Colli minis train way Co., of Galli
polls to build and opcrnto an elec
tric rnihvny, Main lino is from
GalllpoliH to Itio Grande, Branch
lines from Hio Ornndo through
Oak Hill to Portsmouth; another
line from Bin Grande to fronton;
third branch is front Bio Grande
through Vinton, Wilkesvllle, Ore
ton, MeAitlinr, South Blooming
villo, to Alliens, from Oreton to
Wcllston, Jackson nnd Portsmouth
from Vinton to 'Jhcshire, Galli
polis, Broderick; from Oak Hill to
Wtiyerly. Incorporators J. W.
Marqnnrdt, M. K. Boone, V. J.
Terry, A. H. Bonne. Capital
If glaw arp retpntpd lie will fit von .0 per pent lower than ntiv other firm,
Wr crnnef Ipiisps to mill piuui person.
Logan, Ohio, Monday, April 16th, 1906.
Rempel Hotel from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m,
If You are Suffering from any Disease, Weakness or Disability
.y Not Consult l'roo an Experienced, Kducntod Specialist, who Is thoroughly
equipped with the necessary appliances known to modorii medical science?
It Will Pay You to Go 200 Miles to See Dr. Weist
c. Dr. Wrlit wilt do mere for j-ou ami Imure trfct auccert nl
r.urp, Not & PCNNT II lot to jou If you re nt ll UliiatlifltO.
HE HEALS ALL CURABLE CASES
Chief KiBtntiiltiR inl OnmultliiK 1'hjlloUli of the rmnrc Jltdlcul liutlliitp. Dr. Weill wilt ilo mr.re for you ami Imure ltttct auccert n4 In lb
tllORKSI PfJIIU tlineKiiajouaie at 1111 cnurf ii tip. liiu vo iieni in to cure, ,noi a pinnr n ion to you it you are at an uimiufled.
Indianapolis, Ind., March 81.
The lenders of the minors' union
are convinced that tho action of
tho convention in permitting con
tracts with individual operators,
who are willing to grant the 1900
wage scale, practically assures
them victory in the bituminous
F. L. Bobbins of the Pittsburg
Coal company and a number of
smaller operators have already
signified their wil'ingness to meet
the miners on this basis. The wny
the mine lenders figure it in that
those operators will be producing
half the normal output of soft
coal within !10 days.
It wa6 asserted not only by
Mitchell, but by the presidents of
every state mining organization,
that they had already received
assurances f signatures from
many operators. No big men wore
on the list. The miners say that
every operator in the central
Pennsylvania district and around
days. They assert that in the
Hocking Valley the companies
allied with the Pittsburg Coal
company will put 10,000 men at
work. In tho southwestern field,
which follows in a strike, 70,000
men will cmiiio back to work; in
Illinois l.'i.OOO men will be work
ing nnd in Indiana 1 1,000 men.
Outside tliepo districts Charles
W. Ilitc, prenidem of the Iowa
miners, nuid ho thought ho would
havo 10,000 men at work and the
same report came fioni Miohignn
and other fields.
Under these ciicumstances, It is
not believed by the miners that
the other opeiators will remain
long outside tho breastworks.
I would rather effect a -ure ot u difficult case thjn receive
able sum of money. I tiellava In OU5JINQ TO 3TAY CUrfCO."
Kothlne Is PAID by you If ftBIHftS li none for you. RESULTS C0UKT; N0T..INC EISE,
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yun ne liuve been nuking reiular aoiilbly vlitti to the iitinclal eitlM ut
Ohio. OilrlotiK experience, remaiaalile nUM, atnl great incccii entitle u. to
the full I'OMflJeiUf of Hie allllctl. KEFtRENCES-BMt link, mi UilD Illicit.
Hen if Cilmnbui. Men ami women who neul treatment, lltcl out what alii you.
When the leal trouble Is known that li one half the our. Not a dollar neeJ la
Mid tinleiii vou are abiolutely iatlnlel In erery iartlcular that hr. Weill will
keep htr acreetnent.
WHAT AILS YOU?
Throat, Lung, Nasal Diseases athhftlW!?i,.0
Heart, Blood and Skin Diseases JJiT.MiV: elv"
Brain, Spinal and Nerve Diseases uL?2l:
v,illet4y, Kiti, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Headachei, Sleepleiincsi, lilxlneii, Brain,
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DlianivintirjiYi Our cure for Rbeuinatliui l the tnoit iuccnful known
mietlinaLlhin to medical iclence.
foung and Middle-Aged Men TlrT.
ind Nervous Debility may call with confidence.
Dieoncoe nf Wnman After yian of experience we JutoUIkmt
LlbCaaCS Ul UUIIIOU eredthe greatest cure known fortflteam
peculiar to the sex. Painful Mrt.atruatlriii, Sterility nrllaneliiieii', Le. "irrhrra,
rrurltlf, Ovnrlan and Mbrolil Itimnri In the early Magei, etc., lioillltei.. ;ureu
by ourinetlmil. Our treHtmenlis perfectly iiaiinlisi and eailly applied. No
buntlllatltiK erpoure nn rxnntlnatlnu. Try It, and you will exclaim like hu:.
drtdiuf nthera: "Oh, I eel like a different yoinnu."
Rupture and Varicocele gj;,r,afiSftfB;,or.SlFSfi'.
inry. Be mre and coniult ui before ta'ne treatment vim her.
Kidney and Bladder Diseases fn'ffiKo'iS!::
tier Knlarged I'rostftte, Frequent ard Iirlbhllnc Urination. Hcnitino mori to
employ an expert than tnilik your life vHU an inexperienced phyilclan.
Qtninflino lin'1 a" '""" n' dl'eaie r' the urethra aud proitate gland
OL1 11IM1 c cured by our Medlcater Koujle, a method of treatment wltfi
out pitlu or detention from btitinet.
Syphilis or Blood Poison dl;$ "o.ner,03"10"
Not neceary to attend etpnuWe Panitarluir, ltru'pitali, or Health !
sum; our itiedlclnci an.l trejlinent can be takcv and applied at home. KacU
jRTdonappinforMtdn-al'lieatmeut tnotir Tii'liusPhxiiciauor at tbeboiu
oBloe ilnubt bring from two to four ounce of urine, which will receive careful
chemical and microscopical examination. Confutation and Examination trt
and strictly confldeullal. No namei publib(l without written conient.
Vou -etiallifactlon, jou gel cured or you areOUT KB B0IUT.
The FRANCE MEDICAL INSTITUTE CO.. 3o!fi' Columbus. 0. .SEEa,
Good Hope Twp. Webster M.
Deeds and wife to Jienjniuin F.
Heougher; 1 . in Sec. 23; $2000.
I.ojran Evan T. Evans niul wife
rg will eign (1 bring tack " V"cr f "'"f'Lf '"' .f
8.000 ,. il.l, of lenorlh.,lorLot80i?t3oO
There was almost n solid lining
up of Deuincrnts in tho house in
favor of tho hill,
'Maooabeo dinner at Itod Mens
hall April 18. Kvqrytiug good to
ent. Are you going?
oity havo decided to quit business
since the passage of the Aiken
hill. One sold out yestordny and
tho other will quit this week. It
is estimated that 02 out of the 88
bullions in the county will not eon
tiuuo in business after the fourth
Monday in May.
E.G. lliddison, ox-treasuror of
Athens county, filed suit Monday
in that county to recov.er from
Winfield Scott, Sr., of Columhus,
.1;l7,r00 which lie, together with
his sureties, havo agreed to pity
into tho county troaptiry in settle
ment of the shortage which exist
ed during tho torm of lUddison's
occupancy of the treasurer's olllco.
Tho shortage was discovered in
the report of tho burenu of inspec
tion and supervision of publlo
offices. lliddison alleges that
Scott unlawfully appropriated this
iium for his own use from tho ool
lections that he made in tho plain
tiff's name while treasurer of tho
county, Furthermore, according
to tho complaint, Scott appropri
ated monoy from tho comity treas
ury, for which no accounting
In order to prevont the defend
ant's evading pot-Bible judgment
a writ of attachment was issued
upon Scott's property, including
his homo in North Broadway,
Fulls Twp. W. D. Murphy and
wife to Jacob Corterman; 00.18 a.
in Sec. 18; .tlfiOO.
llenton and Laurel Twpb. T.
A. Wharton, Admr. of William A.
Wharton, decensed, to Alice Whai
ton ; (17 a. in Sec. 11, Benton, and
12 a. in Sec. 511, Laurel; r,00.
Kenton and Laurel Twps. Alice
and Chas. K. Wharton to James
L. MeGrady; 07 a. in Sec. G, Ken
ton, and 12 a. in Sec, ill, Laurel;
Laurel Twp. James L. Me
Grady and wifo to James W. Han
sen; 10.91 n. in Sec. 8; .15,100.
Benton Twp. Thomas J. Alli
son to George W. Donnis, 07 a. in
Sec. 21; $1100.
Laurel Twp. Win. Chuppoll,
Sr., to Win. Chappell, Jr., Eliza
beth Taylor, and Anna Warden;
in a. in Sec. Ill ; by devise.
Benton Twp. Sarah Belle Allen
nnd husbaiul to John L. Mnuk;
120 a. in Sec. 1.1; 1200.
Salt Creek Twp. Thomas J.
McCreary to William B. Harden;
100 a. in Sec. 2, n. w. quarter;
Green Twp. George B. William
eon, Sheriff of Hocking County,
to Robert P. Wolf; 100 a. in Sec.
20, s. e. quarter; $2100.
Starr Twp. Albert Anderson
and wife to John B. McLaughlin;
0 a. in Pr. Lot 7, Sco. 21; .$750.
Murray City John Francis, de
ceased, to Mary Alice Francis; a
ono-half interest in Lot 10, Wat
kins' Addition; by doviso.
Murray City William C. Fran
cis and wife to Mnry Alice Fran
ois; quit-olaim to Lot IB, Watkins'
Addition, and of strip between
said lot and Snow Pork Brnnoh ,
$1 and exohange of property,
Perry Twp. Silas Springer and
wife to Williarc Springer; 4 a, in
Sec. 2; sjiiiO.
Salt Creek Twp, George Pox
and wife to Joseph W. Vanfossen ;
120,75 a, in Seo, 12; $1400,
Marion Twp. George Gulloy to
Maude A, Gulloy; 53,01 a, in Sec,
Logan Evan T. Evans to M,
A. Evans; In Lot 5180, except 50
feet off the north end; $800.
, OHIO OLIO.
I Live Intelligence of tne Buckeye Stste.
Jones Option Bill i Law.
! Columbus, O., April ). The .Tone
residence locil option hill, v.-Jiich be
i came a law at in'.tlniKlit, will liave lit-
' tie effect throughout the state for the
j nest two mouths at least, as most of
Close Contests at Milwaukee, Kansas ' the s-tloous l0 wh,el lUi; law wou'1
. . , , , apply were oithei voted In or out by
City and USeWhere, I the nrannocU law. Verdicts reached
' by vote nuclei this law are effectlvo
j for two yeais. The .Tones law is even
MAYOR RflE MFETS DEFEAT I more 'aiTeaclilus la its provisions
mATUit nuat mttia ucrcrtij tUan ihp I.r.,IlllocU Uw iu tuat ail
election !. not necessary, but a peti
tion signed by a majoiity of the elec
tors of a ceitain district is sufficient
to aljolihh the saloons. By the end of
.May 'the two jvars will have expired
in many of the distiicts In which elec
tions were held under the HrannocU
law, and then the light will be wagerl
once more. The nnti-snloou people
will seel; to reclaim all "wet" terri
tory and vice versa.
I J Wagoner Jury Disagrees.
j AKroii, O., April 1. Alter a trlul (
lasting several days the jury iu the'
! case ot Captain Aaiou Wagoner, for
I mer cashier of the Akrou Savings
bank, the accounts of which ho 1h
i charged with falsifying in his reports,
I failed to agiee and was discharged by
the court. The jury was evenly dtid
ed on every ballot, six voting for con
viction and six for acquittal. Captalu
Wagoner was chairman of the state
board of penitentiary commissioners,
under former Governor Horrid;.
Social Democrats Cast a Heavy Vote
In the Cream City Party Lines Ob
literated at Many Points Brief Re
view of the Issues Before the Voters
and tht Results.
Milwaukee, Wis., Apiil 4. David S
Hose. (Dem.), for eight years tho city's
executive head, was defeated Tuesday
for mayor of Milwaukee by Shot burn
H. Becker, the young Republican can
didate. Returns give Rocker 1,700 plurality.
Becker ran on a platform calling for a
greater and better Milwaukee, a mu
nicipal .electric light plant and moie
railroads. Rocker made the most vig
orous campaign of an; candidate who
over bcfoie bought election. He ad
vertised extensively in tho daily pa
pers and made noonday aud night
speeches every day excepting Sunday
since tho primaries. The complete
unofficial vote is: RecUer l Rep.),
2:Vii:.; Rose (Dem.), LH.OIO; Arnold
(Socialist Democratic), lii,720. Beck
er's plurality, 1,5.jo. The common
council -will have 10 Republicans, a
gain of 5; 1G Democrats, a loss of 7,
and 11 Socialists, a gain of 2.
William M. firaobnor (Dem.) pulled
through safely for city treasurer, hav
ing a pluiality ot 3,01(5 over Alex H.
Martin (Rop). GraebiiT was tho only
Democrat to be elected on the cliy
Gorman, tho Democratic mayor of
Kenosha, was re-elected by a big ma
jority, though the Republicans gained
In all wards. At Madison tho Inde
pendent Democrat, Joseph C. Schu
bert, defeated tho anti-saloon candi
date of tho Republicans, LesHe R.
Rowley, by 1.030. Republicans carried
Woman Sues Millionaire.
Xenla, O., April 4. John Bryan, the
millionaire, author-farmer ot Yellow
Springs, is the defendant in a damage
suit for $2.',000 hied in the common
pleas court by Mary G. Stueler, who
was formerly a housekeeper on his
farm. Miss Stueler alleges that Bryan,
oa Aug. 5, bfiuck her repeatedly with
a. riding whip and so lacerated her
arm that she was compelled to so to
Coshocton, O., April 4. Ben Dicker
sou took the stand in the murder trial
In which ho is the defendant. Ho de
nied that he burned the Hughes homo
three weeks before the murder, and
gave his sfile of the neighborhood
feud. Ho said ho was not at tho
springs whoii Mrs. Hughe i was killed,
but ttas iu the Hold adjoining It when
Vlroqua, Stoughton, Whitewater, Wa.v-1 (he murder was committed.
kesha, Tomah, Rlpon. Portage, Mail'
notte, Menominee and Raraboo. Dem
ocrats wore victorious in Kenosha, hi
Philadelphia, Apiil 3. Whllo rld-
roy, Columbus, Madison. Dodgovllle, ! iB la an automobile through HarT
Fond Du I.ac. Boavcr Dam and Need- j ford, a suburb, E. O. Cowing of this
nam city was killed and his wife was so
seriously Injured that her death is ex
Republicans Carry Kansas City. pectoa. Mr, Qowing iu manipulating
Kansas City, Mo., April 1. Tho Ro- i the &teeilu eear caused the machlno
ptihllcau clly ticket, headed by II. M. t0 swerve. It crashed into a telegraph
Uoardsley for mayor, was elected, his
majority over R. h. Gregory (Dem.)
being estimated at 1,200. Tho Issue ot
tho campaign was rest) lotion of public
sen Ice franchises, both platforms In
dorsing tho principle ot municipal
ownership, Tho gas company and tho
street railway company aro both seek
ing extensions of franchise, and tho
Incoming administration Is pledged to
Insist upon adequate return for oxten
slon and to establish a municipal gas
plant unless a reduction of the prlco
of gaa is made. Tho now admlnlstra
tion lias a large majoiity In each
house of tho ctly council.
Kansas City, Kan., April 4. Four of
the six wards lu Kansas City having
declarod iu Tuesday's election against
Mayor V. W. Rose's policy of HcenH.
Jng liquor Joints, the mayor sent his
resignation to the council The res
ignation was unanimously accopted.
Mayor of Hartford.
Hartford, Conn., April 4. William,
P. Henney (Rep ) was reelected may.
or by a majoiity of more than 2,000.
polo and was upset, crushing Its occu
pants. Mr. (lowing died In a few
minutes. His wife is unconscious at
a hospital with concussion ot tho
brain and Internal injuries.
Captured by Posst.
Orleans, Ind., April 3.Drlven to
cover at the home ot Jniues Roby, iu
the southeastern part of Orange coun
ty, Oliver Haycock and Johm Roby,
slayers ot Harry Smith, deputy sheriff,
wero captured after a chase of 40
hours by a posse led by ex Shtrlff
Richard U AshbrooU. In fear of mob
vlofence at the hands ot Smlth'n
f i lends, the fugitives wero only too
willing to surrender and soon after
they were taken la charge Sheriff
Oliver 1. Mollis and his deputies start
ed with tho prlsoueis to JeffersonYllle.
Swell in the Lowtr Ohio,
rjvansvillu, Ind., April 3. The Ohio
river Is still rising here and stands
fuel, Tfhleh U four feet above the
danger Hue. It Is expected the rlvr
will rise to a stage of 41 or 4! feet.
All tho dido streams of the Ohio rtri
continue to rla.
y m ji imp in p or p-y
S4iA $ -15- -s. .-, I