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0OOTT OBTOTT KICKBB.
HMkM by tin
WOBKBBB' PRINTING CO.
BOARD OF DIRBCTOR8.
STuHne Altorecht, J. H. Branam, C.
M. Weaver, Solomon Diebold.
BulMorlptloo. per year ...$1.00.
BIS Boat. 60c. 8 month. 85c.
Pibil. A. Hafaerr .......... Editor.
The Kicker la authorized to an
nounce Geo. . Jacob as the Re
publican candidate for assessor
of Scott county at the November
The Kicker is authorized to an
nounce the candidacy of Albert
Rlngo as the Democratic nominee
for constable of Sylvanla town
ship at the November election.
The Kicker is authorized to an
nounce O. J. Dannenmueller as the
Republican candidate for treasur
er of Scott county at the Novem
ber election, 1912.
EUGENE V. DEBS.
W. A. WARD.
For State Auditor
For Seeretarv of State
E. T. BEHRENS.
w. W. M'ALLIBTER.
Walter a. BUXDY.
F. P. CHARE
Judge Supreme Court No. 1
JULIAN A. FOX.
eme Court No 2 I
JL LI AN LALGIILI.V
J ERE MURPHY.
For St. Louis Court of Appeals
SHERIDAN CARLISLE. '
a. F. BUMPAS.
LEE MASSE i
E. J. SUNKARD
E. L. GRAMMER.
For Public Administrator
A. a. EVANS.
For County Judge. 1st Diet.
For County Judge. 2nd DItt.
W. B. GR1CE.
Justice MoT-icy towns! Ip
JOHN F. LITTLE.
Constable Morley township
THE HUNTING SEASON.
Je-rerson C:ty. Sent. 21. The 1
fall huntinir r.n.r, : n,..
ourl. It is lawful now to K"u
duck, ge.se. plover brant lack -
snipes and docs inr W?2,Ja.
Tae season for other varieties of
game aoes not open until a little
later. The law on the open seas
on follows :
'No person shall take, capture
or k.ll by any means whatever,
any game biids except the follow
ing named game birds between
the following dates: Wild tur
key, november 1 to December -'11 : i
Quail (bob white. nartritW, finm
Nnvnmhar 1 ... Ik,,,,!',.. .
duck, gc'se and brant. September
15 to May 1 : dear, November 1 to
January 1: plover. September .1
to January i : squirrel, July l to
uecemoer gl, and
bei 15 to Ma.V 1.
The right to take or kill deer
or birds during the open season - .
limited to one deer two turkeys
and twenty-five birds of any otn- j
er family for each person in any I
one calender day, and no person I
ium", k,;i or nave in posses
lion at any one time more than
two deer, four turkeys and fifty
birds of any other family.
TO Tin- r.f.TrrrrT.Mi-o
"h.jo crossing a City Street a
was Knocked down by an
e. jtefore he could aret
out ol the way he was kri
cow u hv a motercvcls which
came rushing along behind.
A friend on the sidewalk yelled
to him : -Why didn't you get out
of the way?"
"How in the dickens did I know
It had a colt!" was the angry
TWO GUI LTV
"Thomas, said mother, severe
ly, 'some one has taken a big
piece of ginger cake out of the
Tommy blushed guiltily.
"Oh, Thomas." she exclaimed,
"I didn't think it was in you!'
"It ain't all." replied Tommy :
"part of it's in Elsie' National
-.ifljioiH .fjuo an.i jo aqtaaaqni
TO BLODGETT READERS.
Joe Mackley has agreed to act
as agent for the Kicker at Blod
gett and receive subscriptions for
the Kicker. Parties wishing to re
new or 'subscrib; can do so conven
iently through him.
Subscribe for the only Kicker.
FROM WHITE OAK.
The little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Beardsle, who has been
very sick, is better.
Charles Trinkler of near Com
merce is here vising his Brother,
Mrs. John Stevenson, who has
typhoid fever, is better.
The little child of Ed. Trinkler is
Subscribe for the only Kicker
HERE AND YONDER.
That is a horrible story reported
by the Fornfelt correspondent.
Two men arrested and locked in
Jail on SUSPICION. The Jail takes
fire and the two men are cremated
The men may have been guilty of
no offense except that of being
poor. They may have families and
dear ones anxiously awaiting
their return, or word from them.
But the coroner could fine noth
ing by which to identify them and
their little children, if they have
any, may cry for papa's return in
vain. Who is responsible for this
double murder? Is it not they
who vote for and support this
cruel, vicious, barbarous system
of dealing with the victims of cap
italism? But they will say it was
an "unavoidable accident' and
charge It up to God as was the
murder of the shirt-waist mak
ers in New York, who were locked
in a fire-trap where several hun
dred perished all because the
boss feared they might sneak out
a little material If not locked in.
Ben Franklin Allen is speaking
in Mississippi county this week.
He put In last week In Scott coun
ty, but no repo-t of meetings was
sent to the Kicker. This shows
gross Indifference on the part of i
j the Socialists in localities where ,
the spoke. The expense was guar .
anteed by the Socialist party of j
nhe county, and the members had
la right to learn of thp result of J
the meetings. It does leeru that
i we have a very Sleepy bunch 01
Socialists, and the organization is
I unworthy the name. It is. per-1
'jhar. a god an organization as I
we have eer had out we nave
never had any. And for all this,
there is DO exes. - pxcept the de
s.re to "let tne other fellow do
It." tn every other locality the
Socialists ore awake
During a fair over In Illinois an
ii.t,-.i-.Vi!1f fT'ried vassou-
",..,, tH. nltr to the ir rounds
In competition with the hack line. :
The hack line retaliated by seat- '
taring tax in the road to puncture I
the tires of the automobiles. That
was about as smart as the effort
to bust the trusts. The automo- j
bile Is heie to stay ur.til succeeded
by something better and so is
the trust. But the Cave Dwellers ,
refuse to see it.
0. R. Palmer, of Portland, Ore
sends ir.e the Single Tav. Broacher.
On the first page is a cartoon iep
resent'ng a fat caj itanst politi
cian talking to worklngmen. Be
hind him are the plutes. He sax s.
pointing to the plutes : "Fellow
workingmen. the single tax will
not hurt my friends here, but it
will RUIN YOU." They vote on
the single tax in Oregon also.
Louis McRaven of Irondale
wants the Kicker, says he is ac
quainted with a great many reo-
i pie in this county and wrtleSS "1
I was born and raised in Alexander
i county. 11!.. near Thebes. My peo
' nla were all Republicans but 1 am
a socialist. 1 am 62 years old
and never voted for a president.
it would ' or vote for something
1 1 did not want. '
What might help the tenants of
; Scott county is a renters' union.
such as exists in rack-rented rex-
es. and conducted along the lines
of a labor union. But the tenants
1 ' xW count-v are w "opelessly
'enslaved that I doubt If they have
any power if ft to resist the .et
increasing demands of i.e'.r mas-1
Tnere should be a good attend
ence at Morley October The
Socialists have th.s county If they
only co after it. Bar there must
be some organized elfort. An tin-
organized mob in sunt to notli-
Ing except In making i :.. Ise. v-
so Wei :. lid L'' watiJIl'.'I S l r
v.dci I r -vvv
i oll'.nif place, lie
Morh y Octobe:
The Cbal'.ce of C'OUt'
age' that has been running In tiv
Kicker, ends next week. To begin
October 12 the Kicker ha a new
and highly Interesting story, en
titled, "The Carpet from Bagdad'
Don't " !s It.
Mr. and M:s. Anton Hess.of near
Ke'.s,.. were acre Monday. There
Will be a sale of personal proper
ty of t..e late Frank Hess at the
home place October. 2.
Ji Wilhelui .and f.amL.v of New
II in b irg were in Benton Sunday.
i M:- and M:- -m!,ur MilN' NIr'
am! Ml'8' Mak011lb Po8t Mr- and
I a,, l,w Wit Ui. anri Mm
w. ;. Innunn Oalther and
h4alI-v.AP v8 zuiha nappAtt
M Marshall and family. Mr. and Mrs.
M. Stroud. Arthur Gaither. C. M.
Wylie. Otto Reynolds and the' Mis-
ses Grace Marshall. irgie Auder-
son, vera tuiKie ami v. ii. nei
attended the Sikeston fair.
Mrs. J. C. Denton and Mrs. R L
Buck of Benton were here Sunday.
Miss Bessie Marshall left Sunday
for Nashville. Tenn.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B Ileuchan are
visiting their sons in Keytesville
and Webster Grove. Mo.
Lotus Johnson and Edna Bondu
rant visited at Morley last week.
Mrs. A. N. Ireland and daughter
were in St. Louis last week.
Miss Nettie Marshall visited at
Benton last week.
Mrs. T. F. f'razer is visiting In
DeWltt Johnson is home nirain.
FROM CROOKED CHEEK
Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Lackey, of
Cape Girardeau, are visiting with
her mother. Mrs R. Clymer ,who
has been sick.
John Mattlngly and wife of
Fornfelt are visiting her parents.
M. V. Sandere and wife.
Mrs. Wm. Finley and sons, Leslie
and Charles, of St- Louis, are visit
ing relatives here.
Miss Jennie Miller, who has been
visiting in St. Louis, returned
The regular county meeting of
the Socialists will be held at Mor
ley, Saturday, October 5. Ever,',
local irtioiild be represented!
Erai lie SJinkard, Cu. Sec.
FROM NEW HAMBURG
The Misses Cora Blee and Joee
phlna Schott, of Oran, spent Sun
day evening with the family of
It It slid that Leo Grojean don t
want any more fishing done at
his pond not so much because of
the fish but because of the seal
skeletons that lays around that
the boys killed.
Louis Hahn says he is glad that
Leap year is soon a thing of the
past and he will show the girls
a trick. If they wont come to
see him he will go to see them.
Wm. Schott sold his farm to
Wedolin Kllhoefner and will move
on his brother, Louis' place, near
Oran, and Louis will move on the
Will Lee farm near Chaffee.
Nick Legrand has an electric en
gine of his own invention which
he has studied for several years
and which works to perfection.
Miss Mamie Scherer gave her
friends a card party Sunday, at
the home of her cousin, J. F.
The Misses Zita Dlrnberger, Ber
tha Heuring. Frieda Ziegler and
Emma Schlosser have Joined the
The Messers Wm. Gosche. Anton
Gosche and John Bisher. all of the
swamp were visiting here last
Hugo Legrand and sister. Miss
Colletta. attended the play party
at Wm. Pumey's last Sunday.
Mr .and Mrs. John Bisher of the
swamp visited the family of
George Glaus last Sunday.
Wedolin Kielhoefner and sister.
Miss Eugena. of Chaffee, attended
church here Sunday.
Ms Mary Riegert spent Mon
day niirht with the family of Sol.
John BIm Jr. of Sandywoodi
visited 'lis undo. Martin Glastet
Martin Plattel. of Oran. made
his regular hill-side visit here
Albert Goetz and wife were at
Chaffee last Saturday.
Sandy woods. I
was hert last Sunday.
Vick Billllnger and family were
at Oran Monday. ,
Miss Lena Trlena,
We hereby wish to express our
thanks to all those who In any
way assisted us in the time of ac
cident, illness and death of our
beloved husband father and bro
ther. Mrs. Mary Miederiioff and
Mrs. C'hristena Schuemer.
Mrs. Chns. Wulfers.
M:s. Jacob Laeroix.
Subscribe for the only Kicker.
The party at Wm. Dumey s Sun
light was well attended and
I all had a nice time,
I Frank Glastetter,
Hugo Legrand, Albert. Fred and
Otto Enderle, August and Ed.
Welter. Otto Platte!, Otto Miller,
Lawrence Reinagel. Vic Scherer.
Ed Seyer, Adam Halter, John Com
pas. John Bles. John .Joe and
Phillip .staple. Fred Unnerstall and
the Misses da and Bertha Hahn.
Colletta Legrand, Annie Heisserer.
Ella Pfefferkorn, Emma. Bertha.
Julia and Colletta Enderle. Fai:lii;e
and Retina Blattel. Mr. and Mrs.
J. Blattel and Mr. and Mrs. Phil
Sunday John Ross hired a rig
expecting someone o: tne i air sex
to occupy it with him. But he
had to iro it alone. In a ease
iwi: iia jj: opei i.uu ( iu uu
is to first
get the girl. It
A. F. Pampas. Socialist nominee
for congress from this district.
will speak at Illmo. Monday. Sept.
30. at 7:30 p, m. You should
Joe F. Diebold. otto Dannen
mueller, Albeit Ancell and Frank
Compas attended the Bikeston
Charles Heuring and daughter.
Miss Annie, and Albert Enderle
left Sunday for St. Louis to via-
i it for a week or two.
Mrs. LorenZS Sever, of Ancell.
' and Mrs. John Felden visited the
I familv of John Enderle Fridav.
Mr .and Mrs. Joe Welter and
children spent Sunday with the
i, ..S,-. t
Vf m,... v. T-..,i
i Isaac Ross.
Mesdames John Sever and John
'Enderle "visited Mrs. Ben Enderle
Subscribe for the only Kicker.
Who earns Bread in the Sweat
of his face should be a patron of
Risk Loss of Home, or Valuable Live Stock, or take
Chances of Yourself and Dear Ones being swept into
Eternity by a Single Bolt of Lightning when you
can get the Electric
Pure Copper Lightning Rods
At a Reasonable Cost and backed by the Electric
Lightning Rod Co. with a Legal binding Guarantee
to refund the price paid, with Legal interest, in case
any damage occurs. See
W. H. BESEL, THE TINNER, ORAN, MO.
? FROM FORNFELT
Last Saturday night the Jail
caught fir and burned to the
ground with two prisoners la It
The two men burned were' strang
ers and were arrested about 7
o'clock In the evenlnlg on suspic
ion as box car robbers. At 11 :80
the fire alarm Was given, but too
late to save the men. After the
fire there was very little remains
of the bodies. Coronor Tate held
an inquest but no clue was found
to their Identity.
A. F. Bumpas. Socialist nominee
for congress from this district,
will speak at Illmo, Monday, Sept.
80, at 7:30 p. m. You should
Robt. Schlauter, A. Baudendistel
and wife, Miss Minnie Altenthal
and Robt . Hillcmnn autoed to
Kelso Thursday night.
Martin Uelsman has a position
as assistant cashier in a Dexter
Wm. Schrader, of Chester, 111., is
here visiting his brother, George.
Quite a few of our people are
attending the fair at the Cape
Emll Steck went to St. Louis
Saturday and returned Sunday.
Dr. Hartle has gone to Miller
ville to visit his brother.
Wm. Rahmoeller is seriously sick
Geo. Buhs is sick.
Joseph Potashnlck visited his
brother. Samuel, last week, and
returned to his home at Mineral
Point) Mo . Sunday.
Mr. and Mr. J. P. Johnson Mr.
and Mrs. Sam I'otnshnlck attend
ed church at Tanner Sunday eve-
Sam Patashnlck happened to the
misfortune of getting hUcar bad
ly damaged last week,
Claude Johnson and familv of
Slkoston visited his brother, J. P.
School was dismissed Thursday
and uuDlls and teaclwr attended
I Miss lrtie Hawkins visited home
folks at Commerce Satin day.
Luther Finley spent last Sunday
I Mis. Frank Carroll is pick.
Mrs Carrie Robertson and child-1
ren of Morley visited tho family of
Frank Hulen last week. Callie j
1 Hulen accompanied them home
Mis. Sunk Counsellor and little :
' Loretta are visiting her parents
i here, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Frye.
I Mr. and Mrs. Sam Adkins took
I their baby to Morley Sunday for
Ethyl the little daughter of Mr
' and Mrs. Joe Sheets, died Sunday.
The infant of Mr. and Mrs.H.
i Wisdom died Tuesday morning.
Miss May Hulen. of near Morley.
is visiting here
Prayer meeting every Wednes
Little Ethyl Sherry is sick.
Black Atberton, one of Morley's
young men who had been at work
at Greenwood. Miss., died enrout?
while on his way home, before the
train had reached Memphis. Tenn.
It is supposed that neart failure
caused his death He was accom- !
panled home by Fred Bryant, an
other Morley boy.
B. F. Butler, of Memphis. Tenn.,
his brother Leslie, of Deokervllle,
Ark., and Charlie Atberton, of Ida
lia. Mo, attended the funeral of
Black Atberton, last Thursday.
Miss Srelda Clark, who is teacli-
i rag at uarsnau, spent sunaay
with her mother.
Mrs. May Showmaker. who has
own msiiihk la wuuwiWi ipiurn-
Wm. Bray, who is teaching at
Anniston came up home Saturday.
Dr. and Mrs P. S. Tate went to
Miss Stella Swain lias been vis-1
iting in Bikeston.
Mrs. Wm. Bray and little Flora
Cox are sick
J. S. Webb has been quite ill of
Malarial fever, but is Improving.
Mrs. Cora Graves, of Desarc
Ark., and Miss Rosabella Mode)
of Morehouse, spent Wednesday
night with the former's brother, i
J. S. Webb.
Miss Lottie Nation is home aft
er a weeks stay at Mr. Henry
Mrs. J. S. Webb and children
iptnt Thursday with friends
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vancover
art the proud parents of a new-
Miss Ruth Frye of Crowder gave
Harbinson folks a call Thursday.
BUB1MES8 LOO VLB.
Strayed. A strawberry roan
hatter, two years old, weight
about 550, swallow fork tn left
ear and underbtt In right, and tag
with my name in right ear. Lib
eral, reward. B, T. Simmons, Ben
ton, Mo. Rfd.
For Bala A 40-aore farm one
and a quarter mUee north of Com
merce AU cleared, good box house
and out-bulldlnge, some fruit and
plenty of water. Price, $1,250.
Geo. W. Arnold, Commerce, Mo
Oet busy right now and help to
swell the Kicker circulation.
For Sale. A 2year-old fllley
cheap. John Wllhelm, New Ham
burg. Strayed. Three white spotted
ahoatfl from 100 to 115 pounds
with crop off left ear. One red
potted hog, 180 pounds with
round hole in each ear.
R. F. Steck, Benton Mo,
For Sale. The north half of the
southeast quarter of section 88,
township 28, containing 80 acres
all In cultivation. Four-room box
house. Price, $85 per acre. Apply
to F. or J. Mackley, Blodgett, Mo.
Wednesday, Oct. 2, 1912. At
the home place of Frank Hess, de
ceased, about 3 niles west of Kel
so, on Kelso and Chaffee road. I,
the undersigned administrator of
the estate of said' Frank Hess, will
sell, at auction, the following per
sonal property of said estate: 2
sorrel mares, a blind bay mare, a
black and a gray horse, a mule, lot
of lumber. 2 farm wagons, a cart,
4 head of cattle, three brood
sows, cider mill, binder, cultivator,
check-rower, plows, harrows and
many other things. Also a half
Interest in 14 head of sheep. 10
head of cattle. 3 brooJ sows and
18 head of hogs.
Terms. Cash in hand.
Anton Hess. Administrator.
An absorbing tale of adven
ture in the Moslem
Br HAROLD MACGRATH
an ancient rug and
caravan in the desert
are some of the in
gredients out of which
the author has com
pounded this story of
love and exciting
adventure we are
about to print as our
You will thoroughly tnjoy tctry
Installment. Be sure you get
the issue with the first chapter
Notice is hereby given that let
ters testamentary uion the es-
tate of Thomas V. Moulder ,dec'd,
have been granted to the under
signed by the judge of the probate
court of Scott county, Mo., in va
cation, bearing date the 7th day
of .September, 1912.
AU j e sons having claims against
said estate are required to exhib
it Vl.m rt i. ii. fyt I'..,.... ...... urUV,
In six months from the dateof said
letters, or they may be precluded
from any benefit of auch estate,
and if said claims be not exhibited
within one year from the publica
tion of this notice they will be
forever barred. D-21-42
Phoebe Moulder. Executrix.
Whereas W. P. Page and Emma
C. Page, his wife, by their certain
deed of trust, dated November 20,
1909, duly acknowledged and re
corded In the recorder's office of
Scott county. Mo., in book 24, at
page 47, conveyed to D. H. Har
per as trustee, the following de
scribed real estate, situated, ly
ing and being in the county of
Scott, state of Missouri, t o-wit:
Alio: Lots Nos. 25 and 26 in b!k
9, in the city of Chaffee.
Which said deed was given to
secure the payment of certain
promisory notes In said deed de
scribed, and whereas default has
been made in the payment thereof,
now, therefore, at the request of
the legal holder of said notes, and
in conformity with the provisions
bf the deed of trust, I, the under
signed trustee wi", on Saturday,
September 28, 1912, between the
hours of 9 o'clock in the forenoon
and 5 o'clock in the afternoon of
said day, at the north front door
of the court house in the town of
Benton, county of Scott, State of
Missouri, sell the above described
real estate at public auction, to
the highest bidder for cash to sat
isfy said notes and the execution
of this trust. D. H. HARPER,
40 9 7. Trustee.
IN MEMORY OF EMMA MAUDE SHELBY.
(Daughter off R P. and Jeffle Shelby, Bkrfgett) .
Died August 10, 1012, aged 17 yea re, 10 mowthe ana
There wondered to earth from the Heavenly Land
A radiant and beautiful angel band,
And one of the number, who near you strayed
Ton caught, and loved her, and with you she stayed.
When the Shepherd mlsaed her and came In quest,
You bagged Him to leave her-ln your home neat ; )
He said you could keep her but not very long
Aa her voice would be missed ini the angel aong.
The years rolled oq unttil a score, and three
Were marked on the scroll of eternity ;
And we, in our weakness, thought he forgot
But the Sherherd remembers, when we do not.
In pity He called, "You've stayed long enough,
From this time om the path may be rough ;
Come borne ere the roclw and- the thorns bruise your reex
Come Into my arms and find rest complete
Then he fatted her gerttly-thiB Shepherd so great-
And bore her away through the bright, pearly gate;
There to Join, in the songs of that Hevenly sphere
Where, at roll-call of angels, our Maude answers, uerei
That muslo that floats inom the Palace of God
Is the earaphim staging a welcome to maude
Till her sweet voice Is heard above the refraltt
As the long tost chord she takes up again.
Now, she's greeted by loved owes who passed on baore
And with hand clasped in hand, the same as of yore.
She answers the questions they eagerly ask
About those of us left here to finish the task.
They wait for us there, arid beckon us on
And bang out their beacons to guide us along
But Gods in His Infinite wisdom, knows best;
We must patiently wait till He calls us to reft
ONE WHO LOVED HER.
Sacramento, Cal.. Sept. 12.
Scherer & Co., New Hamburg.
Is the Time to Buy
Your Winter Supply of Dry Goods. Nothing
reserved. Our stock is complete iu mauy lines
while those that are broken may be obtained
at almost your own figure. We must dispose
of this Stock is the reason. Look over a few
of our Bargains below and take advantage of
7 i-2c ginghams reduced to 5e.
8 i-3c ginghams reduced to c.
10c ginghams reduced to 8c.
10c outing flannel now 7 l-2e.
12 l-2c outing flannel now Oc.
loe outing flannel now 10c.
10c flannelette reduced to ... 8c.
12 l-2c flannelette reduced to Oc.
15c. flannelette reduce I to... inc.
25c suitings reduced to 10c.
35c suitings reduced to Oc.
HOc suitings reduced to 33c.
50e suitings reduced to 38e.
All other dress goods cut to sell
75c blankets, assorted colors. 50c.
$1.00 blankets, assorted colors
and sizes, reduced to 70c.
Si. 25 and $1.50 blankets, assort
ed colors and sizes, reduced, 08c.
$1.00 comforts, all cotton filler,
reduced to only 70o.
$1.50 comforts, all cotton filler,
reduced to only j 81.10.
$2.00 and $2.50 comforts, all cot
ton filler, reduced to Only 81.70.
All 81.25 spreads now only ... .08i'.
All $1.50 and $1.75 spreads. 81.10
All $2.00 and $2.25 spreads, 81.09.
All $5.00 plush lap robes, at 63.00.
All $4.00 and $4.50 Lap robes, go
go at this closing! out sale $3.28.
All $3.75 and $3.00 lap robes go
as long as they last at ... $2.78.
25c Ladies' facinators, now 19c.
50c auto hoods, noW 39c.
50c waists, assorted kinds and
sizes, while they last, 39c.
75c waists, assorted kinds and
sizes, while they last 50c.
$1.00 and $1.25 waists, assorted
kinds and sizes, reduced to 79c.
$1.50 and $2.00 waists, asserted
kinds and sizes reduced to 81.10.
50c Ladles' pants, extra heavy,
reduced to only 30c.
75c Ladies' pants, extra heavy,
reduced to only 49o.
25c Ladles' vests, assorted sizes
and kinds, reduced to only 10c
TiOo Ladies' vests, assorted sizes
and kinds, reduced to only Q0q
All petticoats, frowns, and cor
set covers at less than cost.
$5.00 Ball br and gum boots, wool
lined, reduced to $4.15.
$4.50 and $4.65 gum boots, cot
ton lined, reduced to $3.50.
$8.75 and $4.00 gum boots, cot
ton lined, reduced to $ 2.08.
A dollar saved is the same as a
dollar earned. Save your dollars.
Scherer & Co.,
The Workers Paper.The Kicker.
HATS. CATS .OiO COATS.
25c hats and caps now only 20c.
50c hats and caps now only flOc.
75c hats and caps now only 50c.
$1.00 and $1,28 hat now 70c.
S1.50 and 62.00 hats now ,.,81.10,
S2.25 and $.."0 bip bear hats as
long as they last, only Si. 00.
75c boys sweater coats, at 50c.
$1.00 Hoys sweater c-oats. ... 70c.
SI 00 Mens' sweater .-oats. ... 80c.
$1.25 and $1, 50 Mens' sweater
coats, reduced to r ;;'. ....
Roys' 80c duck coats now ... 53c.
Boys' 81.25 duck coats now 80c.
Boys' 81.50 duck coats, extra
heavy, reduced to-only ... 91.19,
Boys' 82.25 reversible duck coats
extra heavy, reduced to ... 81.70.
$2.50 and $3 bed springs at . $1. 95
No. 2 Perfection Coil Oil stove.
regular $8.50 value, now.. .$6.50
81.05 and S2 King beatera..$l;69
$3.75 and $4 King heaters.. .82.98
$5 and $6 King heaters 81.30
80.50 pallor box stoves $5.50
87.50 parlor box stoves........ .$0.49
TAINTS OILS AND VARNISHES
All regular color, per gal... .81.75
Linseed Oil, while it lasts OOe.
Have a large line of varnish and
paint brushes at less than cost.
No better paint undo and our
sale price Is less thai: cost with
freight added. Buy your paint
now, as you may never again
have the chance of buying it at
cost less the carriage. All must
farm machinery bargains!
We will close out all our Farm
Machinery arid offer , 1
9-ft. ideal Deering hay-rake, at
this close 'em out sale $10.00
John Deere Cultivators, complete.
going, going at 815.00
Meyers Bros, hay fork and car
riage steel track, and supplies,
at less than manufacturer's cost.
John Deere, Vulcan and Oliver
Chilled plows and repair parts al
most given away. Get prices. If
you need repairs, let us supply you
Don't Miss these Rare Bargains.
Mens' fancy dress shirts, regular
one dollar values ..75c.
Mens' fancy dress shirts, regular
$1.50 values, go at $1.20.
$1.50 values, go at $1.20.
Mens' regular 25c hose go at.. .15c.
All of our fancy neck-wear will
be closed out at cost.
We have a large lot of new cor
duroy pants and coats for boys,
youths and men that range in
price from 39c up. Many of these
will go at less than half their act
Six hundred pairs of mens pants,
all kinds and fabrics among them.
We will sell tliein at less than they
can be bought at the factory to
day. Among them are sucli well
known brands as Curlee's $2.50,
$3.50 and $5.00 goods; Schwab.
Clothing Co.'s all wool garments;
M. & H. Jack Rabbit brand ; also
Lion brand overalls and lumiwra.
No better garments made.
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