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S1IMES . SHOES!
Shoes ror Everybody.
Baby's soft sole shoes, all colors,
lace or luitton, at 23 eents.
Children 's all solid leather shoes,
wedge and spring heel, lace or button
at 50 ceits.
10 case.s boys' and girls' solid leath
er shoes t 75 cents.
3.0 ca:es bys' aid girls' solid leath
er dress shoes, worth easily $1.50 a
pair for $1.00 and $1.25.
10 cases men's and women's solid
leather everyday shoes for $1.00.
10 cases shoes, best everyday shoes
for men and women, at $1.25 and 1.50
10 cases women's fine shoes in kid,
patent kid, gun metal and vici stock,
blucher or plain, "Krippendorf" and
Come direct to us
White Spreads, Sheete
handle. Satisfaction gua. a
whether you buy or not. I
LED BY THE NOSE. and
Denver Women, Except on Special mon
Occasions, "Vote as they are tion
.New York Tribune. the
"It will take me all my fifteen
months here to decide whether I be- the
lieve in woman suffrage or not,'' isiThe
what Miss Helen Summer, formerly at q
of the University of Wisconsin, says co
when people ask her what she thinks thel
of sotffrage as exemplified in Den-I
MisSummer is ini Denver for the merI
express purpose of stuidying womnan i
suffrage. She was pursuing her and
studies in the University of Michigani the
when the Collegiate League of Equal vot
Suffrage asked her to go WVest and
put in fifteen months in examining the
into the woman suffrage system as it 0
is working itself out in the banner 'T
suffrage State of the Union. the
"Since I have been in Denver,' g
says Miss Summer, "I have talked to eC"
mny women as well as men who ar ei
engaged in the -political game, and
hlave come to the conclusion that un- '
less a manm or woman is personally in.- hitt
terested in the measure voted on, both rca
vote as they are told. But reliable it.
information on the topic of woman'
suffrage is very hard to get, as each to
person seems to have ant axe to grind, get
There are rumors of weddings,
favored you would do well to call a
and see the handsomest lot of wec
Newberry. And what is more we
cut Glass in endless vari4
Japanese Ware in endles
Chocolate Sets, Tea Sets,
Cake-Plates, Carving Sett
Comb and Brush Sets.
We invite close and critical insj
r easily explained; w(
than others. All lin(
Jioods, Shoes, Hats, L
and Overcoats. Our
etition. All we ask ic
''Ultra'' makes, every pair guaran
teed at $2.00, $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50.
10 cases men's fine shoes, in bllt
ton, ince atil congress, bo'igit direct
from the best manufacturers, vici kid
aid box calf at prices ranging from
$2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 to $5.
DRESS GOODS, SILKS AND
20 pieces all wool Panama cloth,
also Molairs, in black and blue, sell
for 75 cents at other stores, our price,
25 pieces 52-inch Broadcloth, twill
ed back, chiffon fiish, real value is
$1.25, for 98 ents.
15 pieces 52-inch Broadcloth, all
shades wanted, worth $1.00 for 75 cts.
10 pieces 52-inch all-wool Sackings
for Men' Women's and
Pillow Cases, Curtains, Rug
nteed, or money back if you
)on'c forget the place.-We ai
his statements are colored by his I MORGAN H
onal interests. If in the fifteenj
ths allowed me to study the situa- Younger Sen
I am favorably impressed, an ac- Dollars
campaign in favor of woman suf
e will be begun in New York by
League. Washington I
It is r"eally funny to see the way Wa ton ]
Women act at their convieition. .Senator Ja
y jabber away just as they would is right han
club meeting, until something 1y swore t hat
es l) which interests them. Then aentit of Al
, pick up their ears and start lec- vention mo Al
eering for votes. On the whole, chosen for 11
ever, they act no wor.se than the for another
do, thouigh the men (lonl't make venerab'le Sc
e so muciih nloise. With both1 men l i lhe ollice <
women the last speaker to gain t the ewt
ear of a voter generally gets his theerftheavit
hiat Denver women appreciate ator to the Si
r power of suffrage is- one of the hanma.
gs that is clear to Miss Summer. 'Ta,'s
bey certainly take advantage of permanent al
r. privilege,'' she says, ''for tihe bama, and n:
stration books show that 44 per know ;just wi
of the votes at the last electiorn I wd'il say th
e cast by women.'' tary of the I1
''Does it c
he Mother-Willie you're a good ed to the
e boy. I left my purse on the bu-. Mr. Morgan
Land you didn't take a cent from ''Not alw
'No mother. Papa says it's wrong joke onl Peltt
ake anything when you 're sure to pen to knowv
eaught.''-Brooklyn Life. -$10 more.
old fox. I
)UnCemuent! ti s-5
mnd if you are one of the FOR A'
It is Said T:
t PELHAM'S PHARMACY winl <
ding things ever brought to IHealthi Culti
will save you money. -to ''writers'
from the ho
S Varety,its trick of
Salad Sets, most desirai
1, JeWel BOXes, tional fronti
of treaty lii
)eCtion of our wares. Hot bath
scribed to a
SOn never failnt
& ~o nthe grapple
say, five ine
Nuwbw r, S. ~perimenter'
3 are selling High C
:s included. LowE
stora is filled with
3 a, look before yoL
You can't match it, Wor-th 75 cents,
for 49 cents.
50 bolts of 38-inch Venetians,
Sm-rges, Molhairs and 1(i-eriettas inl
plaids and plain, speeially prieed, at
A bi- assortment o' \Worsteds, in
pailn and plaids-a Iso flannels
:it*-h 10 cents everywhere., our prieo
A big assortment of Flainneletteb
Outings, Canton Flannels, Red Flan.
iels, White Flannels, Sheotings
Homespuns, Drills, Jeans and Cassi
mers, AT LOWEST PRICES.
.10 pieces pretty plaids Silks at 49 e
10 pieces pretty plaid Silks at 79 c
10 pieces pretty TalTeta Silks a
50 cents, 75 cents and $1.00.
3, Trunks and Suit Cases.
want it. We want your tr.
-e in our new store in McC
LS JOKE ON PETTUS.l hand for a scon
will raise his sco
ktor Spent but Sixty and by that tiim
for His Re-Elec- have vanished fo
>)ost. Johin Kendrick
hn 'T. Morgan held u ing inl a New Y(
1 yesterday and solemn- plagiarism, says
lie expended only $60 on ,Ibmne.
ie recent Primary Conl- . The man ad
I isin wissspce
ibama, by which lie w v S suspecte<
e United States Senate
erm of six years. Th.m
intor' made his alidavit
thme Scetnte to) colfnlform
ee(tioni law ofI his State.
hi had( been admuinist ered
was mailed by tihe Sen
seretary of State of Ala- it wOu
tid he, ''will go into- the ge tln
chives of State of Ala- braCe mar
order' that you mayl~
iat I (did withm the monecy brought tC
it I paidl it to the sece
>emnocratic St ate coimlmit- in deCorat
ost onlly $60 to be eleet-Su ast
Benate from Alabamia paratively
ays so chleap,'' replied
an. ''And that's a good
is, my colleague. I hiap
his election cost himn$70
han I had to piay. Thew
wish it had cost hiin nure
wrgan is 82; Senator Pet-! Bowls, Fr'
used for n
iat the Grapple Swing
sure the Trouble.
blling, an affliction akin
cramp,'' is apt to result
lg conltinueld exercise of I also I
eles and1 the neglect of
feature of thle tr'ouble ery
coming on every tim Coffee Sp
ness of hand would beFok,K
he. The twitch of a mapFok ,K
useles may throw a na
or one hundred miles ont p
les; type words may get
er like the nouns of the
a afford only temporary
8 might as well be pre
stutterer, but there is one O l
couple of iron rings
lbes in diameter-and fas
feet off the ground
ten als6 to-destgier bg~ one
irade, Brand New anc
r Prices, our motto foi
3, Gents' and Ladies' F
new goods, up stairs a
i buy. You will be sati
5 pieces best 36-inch black Taffeta
Silk iii town at 98 cents.
5 pieces 36-inch Peau de Soic, $1.00
CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS.
Clothing to fit everybody. Best
styles and makes.
M11n's high-grade all-wool suits,
black and colored, single and duible
breasted, slims and regulars, worth1
$15.00 at $10.00.
Men's fine tailored high grade
Schloss make clothes, every garment
a )erfect beauty in s.tyle and fit,
$12.00, $15.00, $16.50, and $18.00.
Don't think of buying your new
suit until you have seen our line this
season. We will guarantee to save
you from $1.00 to $2.50 on every suit
Hosierv, Gloves, Handkerch
We positively can save you m<
ide this fall. It is a pleasure for
aughrin Building. Boyce street.
I or two. Practice Bangs smiling. "le almost a
re to half a minute, it was proved. He reminded
the tremors will Youiikers boy I used to know
e the next half year. "This boy said to his e
ian Likely. '' 'I hid under the parlor 9
Bangs was duscuss- night to hear what young S
irk club a ease of would say to my sister.'
the New York Tri- '' 'Well, what did lie sal
other boy asked.
nitted that plagiar-. ' 'le only talked religion q
I of them,'' said Mr. ties, and lie kiecd me abo
r Fancy Cl
Id be useless to attempt in the I
of Fanicy French, German, and
iy makes and decorations. I
>'this town. Dainty in outline,4
ion. The entire character of t
match, is dainty. A customer
inexpensive gift, will find just v
ormous display of Cut Glass in
Ait Dishes, Water Sets, Sugar a
es, Pickle Dishes, Vases and n'
-any other purposes.
aave a very large assortment o
poons, Salad forks, Olive Forkt
oons, Tea Spoons, Soup spool
ives and Forks.
mber that I carry
rrors, and pictur<
this fall and winter
.nd down stairs and
sfied with the result
you buy. 8aisfaction guiaranteed.
200 invit's suits, all wool inixtures
and blaclk, woitlh $7.50 and $l.5 ; wdl
close at1 $.5.00.
]oy's suis, well made. and -ood
(ualitv at $1.00, $1.25, $1.75, $2.00,
.$:.m, $4.00, $5.00 and $0.00 a suit.
IY.s, hats and caps at 25 cents,
50 vctis, 75 vents and $1.00.
1t,ys' kinee pants at 25 cents, 50
cents, 75 cents and $1.00.
MEN AND BOYS' OVERCOATS
Men's Overcoats from $5.00 to $15.
Men's Raincoats from $10 to $18.
oy(' Overeoats in m $3.00 to $8.
FULL LINE OF LADIES' CLOAKS
.iefs, Blankets, Comforts,
mey on all lines of goods we
us to show you our goods
dmitted times on the head.'
me of a I 'He knew you were there, I
guess,' said the second boy.
um one '' 'I'm afraid he suspected it.' ''
ofa last 'lhere is often a black eye in a
oftleigh name-if it is applied (o the wrong
'? the Out. of sig-ht isn't ncevs'arily out of
m11ind wili applied to a pretty girl.
Ild poli- Wh]]at ie calls diploai.lcy is always
( tiity a vanse of pride to the trickster.
imnited space to describe our
Japanese China, they em
have the daintiest line ever
lainty in conception, dainty
hese Sets of Creamers and
looking for a pretty and com
that they want in these goods
cludes many new shapes in
ndl Creams, Bon Bon Dishes,
amerous pieces that can he
F medium priced silverware
3, Oyster Forks, After Dinner
is, Boullon Spoons, dessert
the largest stock
as in Newberry.