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We have bought the goods right
Linen and White Goods Values.
This is where we ask that you think of the prices made.
36 in, White Linens that's worth 50 and 60c., sale price 37 1-2c. yd.
36 in. White Linens that's worth 35c., sale price 18c. yd.
36 in. Colored Linens that's worth 35c., sale price 18c. yd.
32 in. Colored LinenR worth 12 1-2c., sale price 8c. yd.
Brown Linen worth 35c., sale price 19c. yd.
Line Towels, pure flax, worth 39c., sale price 23c each.
Linen Towels hemstitched, worth 25c.,'sale price 19c. each.
A good Huck Towel worth 12c., sale price 8c. each.
We picked up just 29 remnants of Table.Damask in 2, 2 1-2, '3 and
3 1-2 yd. lengths, for this sale, that are worth much more money,
while they last at 47c. to $1.69 each.
The sheer and soft Dress Fabrics in white, and colors, consisting
of Dotted Swiss, Chiffons, Persian Lawns and Organdies that we
claim are worth double the prices.
46 in. Persian Lawns, worth double, sale price 19c. yd.
46 in. Persian Lawn, worth double, sale price 15c. yd
40 in. Silk Persian worth 25c , sale price 12 1-2c. yd.
40 in. Lingerie Cloth worth 35c., sale price 17 1-2c. yd.
Victoria Book Fold Lawn worth double, sale price 7 1-2c. yd.
White Lawn, worth double, sale price 9c. yd.
White, black, lavender and blue Mercerized Lawn, a cloth that
sells everywhere at 50c, 46 in. wide, sale price 19c. yd.
White Mericized Waistings, if you dont want to buy, that's your
business if you do, take your choice of lot No. 1. that sold for 25c.
yard, sale price 12 1-2c. yard.
Lot No. 2 that sold up to 40c. yard, sale price 19c yard.
Silk Tissue, with the dots worth 60c., sale price 25c. yard.
Silk Organdies, Large Floral Designs, sale price 17 1-2c. yard.
Batiste Organdy and Dotted Swisses worth 15c., sale price 10c.
I Lot Colored Organdy worth 12 1-2c., sale price 8 1-3c.
1 Lot Organdy and Batiste, 10 yards to customer, worth 6 1.4c.,
sale price 3 1-2c.
One Lot of Colored Wash Goods, slightly soiled, worth up to 25c,
sale price 5c. yard
These prices are for C
DEMOORATIC HOT SHOT frauds, scandals and grafting tl
GIVEN IN SMALL DOSES ever before.
ellairimall Shlits Confesses tilit tI
The stand-patters should keep their iltteit to ''iinie the dir fly
eyes on Brother Taft, he is such a Panama without dte)ration w
"little American'' that lie has o- a grave mistake ad, although he do
dered the Paimina Commission to buy not say so, ill so many words, he e,
20,000 barrels of British cement i dently thinks the Presidet has be
stead of patronizing the hoime-iade to blane for the "inore hurry le
article, oduced y the cement trust l 11111 rAn
It is true that he saved tihe gov'ern- oil)OImastlbenbl
ment 37 eents a barrel, or $7,400 on ds.igisiatrs utradam
the one deal, which the trust losesrae;)1 aie an Timiia
over and above a fair profit and if lie i115ds''e'lte ifrnc
continues this p)atrliotic policy the 'I e ri
truts, that control the price of other te(oipiavwt h rsdn
articles used at Panama, wiIl lose 1 in ht. o cnice or-ao
the same proportion. The American lemct''htde
consumer of cemenit and~ other trust ~uk l :. edr%lo~tei.i
articles must buy on less favorabletilt,:oeeruflthyna
terms than his own government as ne '~mes
long as the republican politicians re
fuse to revise the tariff that protects AtrnyG eal lis ofO
the trusts and the American peop)le hsbe nie oWsigo
continue to elect republicanls con- tepeiett ofraottep
gresses. euino h tnadOltut
Every one has heard of your ''Un-moeifrmtniseal atc
ele Dudley'' formerly of Indiana, no0wthsube,tieaorygnrl
of Washiingtoni, who a repuiblicill'an et ignamgtgv oec
congress prob)ably to reward him for dne seilyo~tecneto
originating the ''blocks or five'' sys-SeaoEkiswtthocpua
tem of stealing elections have increas-itdoaonotIerpbcnca
ed iis penlsionl to $100 a month. pinfn fta tt hnEk
It keeps us all guessing whalt Presi-*Vaelcigaeistuenhs
dent Roosevelt will do with the Sen-tret
ate oir what the senate will do with I eotdta ellhen
Mr. Roosevelt, not only on the rail-Deaae rabutogtoet
ioad rate bill, hbut oin other pro0po-n lc o. er .Dpn
sutins tuat nvok fritioChaUitemSate Snte. Confese thatpt
~fhie repullicanPenpmrtwithoutchseea milion inestedtin t
gettng u therepulica cam aig pgr trstakehand,halthoughrheedo
1)00kale n trul)le the disgree sayse.tiso a ny ore s the Sen
wheter te isuesshal heoin d entlby Mr.Bain o th erie-a, fore
presntedby e pltfors of the bamte forllth more hurryie
pary, he epulicn ongessor he aspe' ln his optins.aiigf
* prsidnt. Tll chirma oftilecoS-ot e as plet may dost.ll ube
mitte. said o faor akig te sd illinnis ale torusmonie tile a u
On eery uesion liab~~'l od ke r busoti barl, and Tilma pha
One ilin asbeendeveopedii t la~dO rst covre teso d ifferec
streuou deat.ein ilesenae olxte rdinici.c Thens ''de sattacks
rAlrad'rtebilan tla i tlatthe conspiracyt h hPeidn
vis-prsientFaibaks s amotoi- ghtr i to conitte h goier-zOalo
competet pre8iing of'ceR.otev et eorgand' thatn dfe
arel)ellgsomwha bA biht f i ad itks aid th- lader ifo heii n.n
molts gaiis mn acuodof imer atudl u,howev e r, th mat c:
steain nd afurter pstpoeme t To e G~~l ena democrat o Oh
of,til tralof omeof hoe idice seenfrtl invte til Wasing~to
for ostoffie faud, i~t t mq th pe de tof o nfwller ot ta r<
tl~~ cnsuar canal, memids tat reinformation is really satpd
th4pat ~x eat hveprou4o4 iftOpaiundn of thae Steop en lk
log -Morniog, 80.30 O ck
and promise the trade they shall r(
Silks and Dress Goods
That's Right in Price and Quality.
46 in. Silk Mohair worth $1. 25, sale price 84c. yard.
44 in. Sicilian worth 75c,, sale price 45c. yard.
44 in. Black Voile worth $1 25, sale price 75c. yard.
42 in. Black Batiste, extra value 75c., sale price 49c. yard.
50 in. Black Mohair worth $1.00, sale price 67 1-2c yard.
46 in. Black and Navy Gloria Cloth, sale price 59c. yard.
38 in. Black Voile, a flyer, sale price 37 1-2c. yard.
3S in. Henrietta worth 4.5c, sale price 29c. yard.
38 in. Black Mohair worth 39c., sale price 22c. yard.
Silks That's Right.
27.in Floral Japs, you know the value, sale price 47 1-2c. yard.
27 ir.. Silk Crepe de Chine, black and white, worth $1.00, sale price
36 in. Jap Silks worth 65c., sale price 35c yard.
36 in Colored Taffeta, worth $1.25, sale price 78c yard.
36 in. Black Taffeta, warranted, $1.39 kind, sale price .77 1-2c. yard.
If you want stylish, cool and Light Millinery at the right price, we
invite you to look at a new lot of Lingerie Hats just arrived. All the
new t ings in shapes and trimmings. Our price for work and
material in this department is lower than the lowest. We intend to
make a clearance sale, any reasonable price accepted for any article
in this department.
A Few Prices that Should Appeal to You.
Androscoggin Bleaching 7 1-2c. yard. Riverside Plaid4 r 3-4c. yd.
40 in. White Homespun Ge- yd. Best Drills 6 1-4c. yd.
Hooks and Eyes 1c. card. Colored Sp. Silk 3 1-2c Sp.
Good Corset 19c. each. Men's Bleached Drawers 23c. pr
Duck Hats for Boys, as long as they last 12c each.
ASH. No goods taken back. None sent on appr
.,w Now that the senate committee has tion bulging- from her glaring eyes. n
follo,wed the recommendations of the I" er amn ez wise ez Sol'mn. Der n
majority of the engineer experts to ail't Iatty white folks knows erbolt
it build the Panama on the sea level den witches nit lere doill's. I V
I plan there should be no more delay in sleeps by merse '111' Ilos, ebber) t
pushing the work there. There is no night er witch -its oi iner hack and e
doubt that in view of the danger to iies in intel de swalip an' 1 wikes
locks and dams from earthquakes, the up cc lioll0ciil'. Yer is in der swamp 1:
sea level type is the only safe one. it an I wikes up 1r holleril". i
may cast a little more and take a lit- know, eben e o lakes no whilst
le onerto uid,andthsewhot t-dem'i wintcsa' de witoin gIv
ton1)mc bu aig(i ' irtt intch' gis ond mer bcjik ad 1
rkfy a edsrnld u a inbyds tme ie deal swampy an'm wine I
uphsesolyi okofti ig i er rollerin'. Yer it abe'ittin ' m
)V .iie s (ie nl sae pliy, o an' I wiks upeme e holt lep. Ye
mayat o l)litil squall abutak a arliayt-dn t know,beefyrwksu whis r
te los ne thoiial almanacwh tak- yer nder twm l e w itcnhl kintil
to ardisg (lih abou makin the dito yeh aneer mercodto bed booruikd
sk fly'' mray bdisgeutloetheru onakinto byd tie yesrcunlle yte' tam tin
veasons slowlying to dsruof ths magni-ye rome-n Itamhe itn
>y t.d tis the, old bae policy. to hade-seee e ote les
f youan adyied atpula tos, wok- T A S O
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vembeilrtin andhe ward hereafotica
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ofarningg thonso.an P.inche.aVictcriao
tiAtlsan ay suiidecional.....quasr- ertdtda.Kn os
res The omglreat the rorer,adhlfrdiefshi cimc a 2:0
asns glre tyn the adience, the glaredAntymnto lewddn y(i
riat this pie shoud she glared to (le-fiii fa'ilrysltswswll
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liinh em.o 2Curln e to, an presured e r asethaf etee1
was efor th recrderyeser(y aition. could nt ride iher a beng as
te mrnin forhavng ated ike psed waickd Im din of fiewok,l. ig
muticnsideatnan frieningrd hereafer. jgad(an n husnso )o
rn ' . cc pThe e,womngae atither 'eorde, sol h ih ncfsm is ts
nt. she whied, atmi t ebieynciht glrd At8('l(kco'.d(cisypke
n- t Ctes polie and from glare Sat the
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tilTe wolteem wh oad given s he rdinterfl1 aa tiioms
n-tces SusigeSih n h li et roslte )(1~i f(i
he,. in t5 hera would l2 tohCaourtan streetsnsldm msfrmls
115 themb'forepl the recorder. ''yesterdatriy(im io (i
tering fori whtvinga ae lie hl ard aaeery opiidb
b- ma oniegresl frightotein atolermtr,Pics eyofB
Itohe wodhined "nd bckry night id esotdb areint fryl
tyi, woulde make me frm'i tem thghgarsmpes.''tgcotgesai
he (e (the recorde."efrmteoalPac a 93
lie J Ye ''No is noray e edge,'' amdtshegn fchu'hbll,fr
oepclied "busi Shith,r with atter n o rilr sltsad h I-j
e- witehes, Jedge
ick, For Ten D'ogs.
.ap the many good values right.
Embroidery Laces and Notions.
Now when you think of buying Laces and Embroidery, we will say
we have just double the amount we want and am going to sell you
these at half regular price. Don't forget they will go fast come
early and get the pick.
Lot No. 1, consisting of Lawn, Nansook and Swiss Edges, sale price
8 1-3c. yard.
Lot No. 2, consisting of Cambric, and Lawn Edges, sale price 8c. yd.
Lot No. 3, consisting of Insertions worth up to 15c., sale price
7 1-2c. yard.
Lot No. 4, consisting of Lawn Edges, worth 5c., sale price 3 1-2c. yd.
=Lot No. 5, consisting of Insertions and Edges, soiled, as long as
they last, 2c.
1 I.t Val and Round Thread Lace Edges, worth up to 15e. sale
I Lot Linen Torchon, while they last, sale price 4c. each.
1 Lot Torchon Lace, 6 yards pieces, sale price 8c. piece.
Pretty Lot Lingerie Collars, worth 35c. sale price 24c. each.
A Lot Winsor Ties, Checks and Dots 24c. each.
1 Lot Wash Embroidery Belts, with Pearl Buckles 25c. each.
1 Lot Wash Embroidery Belts, worth 25c, sale price 19c. each.
2) dozen Turnover Collars, worth 10c. sale price 4 1-2 eaeh.
Shoes and Oxfords.
ItS jut white or patent leather Oxfords you want for style. We
have tem priced right.
One lot Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords worth $1.25, sale price 91c. pr.
One lot Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords, white heel,, $1.75, sale
price $1.39 pr
One lot Ladies' pat. leather Oxfords worth $3.50, sale price $2.49 pr.
One lot Ladies' pat. leather Oxfords worth $3.00, sale price $2.24 pr.
One lot Ladies pat. leather Oxfords worth $2.25, sale price $1.49 pr.
Child's White Canvas Oxfords and Barefoot Sandals for the hot
June weather the price is right.
One lot Chifdren's Strap Sandals and Oxfords worth 75c. and $1.00,
sale price 49c. pr. Sizes 6 to 10.
:val during this sale.
iorous enthusiasm of the crowds Ilie Very heart of (lie city, beginning
inassed along the route. at the west at the Plaza de Oriente,
As tlie King's coach appeared it facing lite royal palace . passing
'as greeted by a great roar, while t th1-4 ,11 Ilie Calladel Arenal anid the
le miultitude wildly waved liandker- ('alle del Alcail and tle C-arrer-a de
hiefs, fans aid parasols. His majes- Sail Jeronimflo. 'T'lhese are aliong the
y could plainly be seen smiling and greal arleries of Madrid. very broad,
owinlg to tle people's popular greet- anld lilned with fine buildings. Mid
ags. He wore (he uni-foIrm o a field wVay in tlie route is (ie 'uertat (let
mrshal, his hat surnmounit(ed by a. Sol or (,nte of tle Suin, anid furfther
weep)ing whiito plumne. Inmuned iat ely onu thiat mnecca ofI all visit ors toi Mad
elhind (lie Kinig came thie bride 's rid, thle Pradol(, noiwI tranisformedO( into
>arty. 'Thie appean 1ce of thie Pin al1 beaitiiut i l'ul 1palm gairden, anid circled
ess, who wa'is abou iit to becom Ihi n' ithI sonie ofI (lie slatel'i est 'overnI'l
gueenu, ariouised the people to the high-' ment11 buijild igs aiilndimusetuuis, i nctluid
st pitch of emiotion. The bride took- 1ig lie' famous Urad gallery.
d1 imost echarminhg anid graciously ne- A long theit wa.v ione passes(' the fa
:nowledgedthe c1(ointilluied ova tions. mou11s equetrian.111 st atuie of' Phiil ip TV.,
Thle church of' St. d1eron imo el Heail surrouniiidedl by f'orty-ftour i other stat -
vas mnagnii flienty adorned f'or tIhe j s of th(le old Sqinishi k ings. 1Fm-it.h
er'emiony. Th'le maissed bands played er' 'In is the opera house, nott v'ery imi
he Spanish national anthem as (lhe p4silig wIit, bunt r'ecenitly t rans
nidal cohuple with mieasuredt stops formed wit him by a super'b royal b)ox,
tassed within thie ehiii'eb. As the roy-- in which (lhe new Queen will soon take
.1 couplle entered the assemblage arose hieri lace'. At i te 1Puer't a del Sol is
.1nd (wo) huindredl chlorist.ers inlt onedl a th nnniiist ry of Ithe miterior', facing
irocessionaul hymn. (lie splendid Plaza. Beyond is the
'1le ire needwt ihr 10 .c' new~ buii ldiing of. thie Hisp)ano-AmerCli
rTher bideen rit iher mother can Banik, ande one of' (lie American
>rithe ancd touee Chisid.e nsurnc comnpanies. The Cervantes
Cigavne ome i rd,adstatuie, the p)arliamnentary buildings,
hey stood together as (the marriage the mninist ry of finance and war, the
ervice began. 'The ceremony was per1- Academy of Fine Arts, the'imposing
ormned withi all thie impriessiveniess of' Banik of Spaini, are on (lie way t4o
he Romani ritual, Cardinal Sanicha, t he Priadlo. Nearby is thie Obelisk e
rehibishop of' Toledo, robied il crim-1 reeted iln honor of' the martyr's of the
on silk, omDeiating, assisted by a sp)e- wvar of inidepenudence, and1( the stately
al nuncio of' the Pope and the high- Stoc'k Exchange buiilding. At thie
st dligmitaieis of' (lie chu rch with ai2 Nept ue F"oin tin (lie i'oiite of (lhe
corie of a'olyt es and41 icense burners. poeso sed oteJrnm
he crenmy,whi-h astd narl anchureb, where (lie mari'iage ceremony
tour., termimated with th(le nuncio pro- tae pilace.
tonne'ing (lie Pop~e's bieniedict(ion on Prac'tically thle same route is pass
lie newly mariid couple, and (lie oed on (lie way back from (lie church,
haninbg of' the To Deuim' but there ar,e so imanyi different
As (lie King anid P'rincess Vicoria111 branches of the pageant-some with
vere0 pronounhiced man and wife thle thle Kin galone, somue with thie bride's
iews wa s1ignaledi2 I' to thIe wai,ing r'etinue, otheros with th(le Queen Moth
-rotwds, and1( ailI Madlrid b)roke into er ande (ither branches of thie royal
i'rant it' demionstria tin o015f joy while hiouisehiold, anid (lie innumerable sui tes
'annuion boomed ande c'hurichi bells Iof foreigni prlinces-thatl all Madrid
-himed. has ani (lopotuniit y to see somiet.hi ig
10nit er ig thle royal conch (lie 1(in of' the speetacle.
mdl Queen of Spini ret urnied to thle
>alace amlid s('enes0 of wildest cnthlusi- -- --
ism, (lie thlronlgs shou,t ing ' 'Long liveNOI.
neon Vict oria.''tiei erb ie httetn
Tho Wedding Oortege tisgid saliitrtr f..W
Thle rout e ofi thie wedinlg ('orlege io etlmitbeoeteP'b'
mOS beeni designued to give Pinci~ess cutoisi saeo uy3d
Cnia glimpses of all thiat is. best o~f'1)6adwlimeaeythra
~fadrid, in coming and going to the
hlur'ch, and at the am' ime to giv'e (i pl o'afi icag ssi
he peole an oppor1tiunity to see their ..~ eeiagi
ewQuen. he ainroue tav rs ignd,a y a mistraorsgof . W. '4
Bedebaug, deeasd, wll mke