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Wo think wo havo tho bost $4 shoo lor ontlemon
and ladies in tho city. Wo know you could got no
bettor service and moro stylo if you paid $5 at oth
er places, wo want you to see thorn and try thorn,
and wo are going" to givo you an easy chance to do
Wo also claim and can prove it that we carry the best grade,
best finished and lowest priced clothing in the citj
NOW THE TEST,
To everyone purchasing one of our New Suits, the S1G and S20
grade, we will present ABSOLUTELY FREE the choice of any S4
gentleman or ladies shoes we have.
Anyone buying our $13 to $15 suits can have FREE, the choice
of any of cur celebrated HAMILTON-BROWN S3 shoes
Buy one of our &10 to 812 suits and you can select the best $2.50
hat or $2.50 pair of shoes we have.
Our S3 to $10 suits gets the best 562 hat or &2 pair of shoes.
$4.50 to ,S7 suits gets our $1.50 hat or .S1.50 pair of shoes.
Our prices on
than if wp had to
Now don't think this offer is going to remain open indefinately
for it is not. we want you to try our GOOD CLOTHING-, and GOOD
SHOES, and will treat everyone extremely liberal who does so.
This oiler will remain open only until
Remember the date
The store that sells
Ir. W. H. liurerser i d tln'Nevada
Piinitariiun Is vlMtinir lii father :it
Misses tiail Vni.l an.) Kertha
Kleiiherjrer at tended Church tit Hap
py Hill Sunday.
Mrs. Tin nuns l 'hick and on.Os-jir.
are vlnltiiiK rt-latlves in Nevada.
IVm.' Henii if U liiU. ia.-M-d
liorv lusr Satttrlavj rvc fiinniti- for
Si-hell 1ty, wlu iv lii brother John
The literary . ta-jit. of ihe I'.oworth
- . . . .
Will Give Away
Fino premiums to our custo
mers beginning the 4th of Sep
tember until every one of our
customers will get a nice pres
ent. Our way of doing busi
ness is known to most of the
public, there is no better way,
but to increase our trade we al
ways try to give the people
some inducements and guaran
tee satisfaction to everybody.
Weare.iustin receiiot 01 a fine lino of I
ciuicj. tuiu ct, inuu nuu ui jiittS ..iim gents
Will continue to give great bargains
all through the house, especially in sum
Clothing are 20
and don't get left.
good goods and never
i lA'due are ivinjr a fjood iiiomam
j every two weeks. Next one will lie
i Wednesday. AiiKiixt INth.
j W. T. JaekKon and tins. Kienlier-
!;it were over near Uelver Sunday
j lnmtinjr a "i'ro."
' II. 15. Smidenverth and T. H.
Tipton returned from I'd Keno lat
j .1. Myers has lieen in thin oart of
1 tiie eomitry tlirethiiiK thin week with
; his new sierater, whieh is a lieaut.
j Wr inidtistand that llouwr and
I Marth eonijiroinisei! their law Miit.
good and reason- i
per cent, cheaper
Miss rranels Sainnelson tif IKU
ilill lias so fijr reeovered tut to lie
alile to viMt Mrs. ItoMimon Thurs
day. Mix. Jim llrown aecompanled
The Thomas Imys were arretted
for disorderly eonduct Sunday even
inir. They were taken to Itutler to
await their trial.
Miss Imia Jris:sn is attendinj; the
institute this week.
A little lady arrived to hies tie
home of Wm. Wheatley Satunlay
Kd. Miller tleliveretl tliltkena In
Kieh Hill Tu.-s.lay.
John Moody has sold hi house
and out ImiMinpTH to Mrs. lMtk Wil
liains for the suin of one hundred
and and fifty dollars. Mrs. WldlaiiiK
will move them to the Hill where
she will make her future home.
James Shumate will occupy her farm
Miss Iinliy hi-Taliain gave a jiarty
for her youim friends Friday ninht.
After a painful illness lasting M'veii
weeks, little (Vtil Drown, arm one
year, passed jieaeefully away on the
eveiilua; id the 17th. Funeral aervlceH
were i ondticted nt the house tiy Ilex.
Andrew Wilson, and the little one
was liini.'d In recti Ijiwn Cemetery.
The parents have the sympathy of
all in the loss of their only child.
Mr. Parker is a business visitor to
Kansas City this wtvk.
l!ev. I'ylisand wife, of the M. E.
( lnir. li ofKiih Hill, were callinon
some of our ieople Thursday.
NKW HOME NEWS.
yood rain would U nice now.
Frank Moon' sj- nt Saturday nlht
with his untie, Mr. Trutnau Ward.
Hush ( olilim caught two lxiysin
his Aval. r iiiehui'imtt h Kundfty ami
trae tlit iii tpiite a ihaee. Hush mild
they jumped over a five foot hetljre
HU the alacrity of a deer.
licila Mtirse spent Sunday with
her fiiend Maliel Iteatty tif Kansas.
Mr. li.-tn, ( ixssap anil wife tif near
Spraue called on Mrs. Morw Wun
i:-v. Miller ret ii-ved news that the.
Infant son of his ila lighter, Mrs. H.
Fit man of it. Scott, was erltnisly 111.
Mrs. ora Mirrse visited with Iter
i-tr Mrs. I'.r.iKnn tif I'lixtsaiittui
Saturday and Sunday.
lload working has couilikeuceil III
I.il tie All-ert Miller, still of Win.
M ill' I' .1 r. a ml if,-. ,im tiKken ser
iously ill Tuesday. Medical ras sum
in. .m . I I, at to no aall; Ifttle one
wm, called to its maker Saturday
t veiling- IntPi nient In Kaleni Ccmiv
Mis l:ensU i iariier spent Weilue
d.iy u Ml.s r.lla Morse.
Mrs. I 'acwell met with a serious
a- eld. iit t lille ettlny; out if a lui
K.v. I.y spritiulii her ankle.
Mr. Morse sold tell nice shouts
to Mr. J-. II Monday.
UVI Low Kit 4 JAItlK.
We an: lii-edin anot hr uiMtdralu.
t(i. W. Kan.iei w nil went to M.
I.omU sud I.h to ptin linse liU fall
and winter st,M-k of yo iU.
MUs lilaii.he Jolnitt in returutl
home 8ilur)nr altera month , llt'
with relatives In N'eVHtl.
IVe were In ntlept f a ropy of t !
Him kvllle Mnr hut week, tt Is neay
III IU sheet.
v Andy Johnston snlesrnan for l'ral
rl nty t'luiese Co., Inform he
sold 14 )0 Iha tif cheese, last week.
I'rulrle. hay enm to lsvrsclntj
for liuycrs tn ;r nelirhlMrhtM1.
The small not! and daughter of Mr.
J no. M'ells and wife nrc xnry sick at
Mr. MrOuinH will In our city Nun-
HornTti Mr. and Mm. Jno. Yt'elia
a jrlrl, both mother and lals doing
Kiwood KoMnson and Vent Stow
art were In our city Sunday.
Mm. Llllle Henry la vlnltlnur her
mother Mm. K.Johnston.
Carl Johannes anil F?wl Kappa,
two of o'tr boys retimed home from
Nevada Saturday night, where they
had tieen taking In the sights.
Tat S1h. on of our old Iniya In
blue, was elected to the position of
Offleer of the Guard at Nevada, Inst
week. I'nt U ail right. He hadn't
forgotten his military Waring yet
Ho has filled this position for several
Mrs. Joe. Kummy returned hme
Saturday after a lotyr visit with her
parent of this dace.
('has. Koe linn lieen laid up with
weak Imck for A Meek bark.
Miss Arne Steudn of Ulch HU1
rlsltetl In Keith several tiny last
Too had for tial1 an Invitation
to a wethlltiK and no Sunday shirt
Nome, of the jjotsl merclmnts should
tjjnke tialsa present of a hlrt waist
Irvln llros. were In thin vicinity
last week, thresiilnif flax for our
Mr. and Mm. flat? Zet'P te fried
chicken at W. Uruee'a Thumlay.
Heard P. W. Lynch waa up from
Howell county. Pet? hasn't been
arwnd here j-et. We had a notion
not to hare his name tn the paper.
James IUalr, who tn oa his way to
Idaho from th southern part of thta
state, stopped serral day'a last
week to see his mother.
Ace ORle, tilen Iktrron, and John
Klnif went to Nevada last week to
Th netKhoors hare Iteen Itusy eall
lajr at Wnu Wheatley'. all on ac
count of the flae tdrl hahy at their
Tltetv'a a Wolf IntheuelffhtNirhood
causing a certain widower some
We lizard from SprnKue the other
day. MctilntyU still living. What
Is the matter w ith your pencil. Mc
A Bare Preventive
It U Is-tter to prevent constuuptlou
than to afterwards Is looking for a
cure. Mnny rases Isrome IncuraWe
simply lsmuse st lon IM-Kkt'ted.
When you first catch cold, vrhen you
first U'jrnn to eolith, tnnke haste to
use Mexican Syrup. It may save
your life, tor It has proven a quick
ami never falling cure for sore and
Irritated luus. tlcklliiK In thethnmt
etc., resulting from a cold accUlently
taken. It Is only 3T cents a laittle
and Is sold at druT sttires.
Tbhi In Right
There Is one Rood thli;f about
Mtdher's Worm Hyrup, and that Is,
tt will never do anyone a bit of harm
should It fall to do him good. It In
a uood Idea to try this unicdj ir
you feel bad and don't exactly know
what ails you. There may ls A tas
worm a liuiidretl feet lanaTthatls
rauslim your loss of health. If so a
" cent btittU) of Mother's Worm
Syrup will kill and remove It from
A ltellabU fsntly rill.
A Mexican Ittsit Pill taken wKen
you U'lii ti ftd bilious, or when
your bowels fall to move as they
should. may ward off a Iouk rjs-11 of
Illness, tiet A 25 cent bottle.
PaId MAkea Ldfe m Uurtfen.
It Is wrong to let those you love
suffer pain or W lit paiu your lf.
when (iooth's Quick Ilellef tmlycosts
iT cents a bottle. IUst cure for
(iotsMi's Hanwipnrlila enters Into
ami changes the composition of tlie
blood lacking aufflcleiit retl rorjius
cles to make It pure. TIk u the pure
bltitx), circulating with healthful ac
tivity, permeates every fibre of flesh
and restores U-ttt-r strength and ls-t
ter feeling to every part, completely
curing ttorett anil pain.
Pile lue Citrea Piles.
Money refuiidtsl if It ever falls,
Atitl Aijue rurrs chills ami frvtr.
Kev. snd Mrs. J. E. Alexin
tier nre entertaining a young Mm
and heir, who arrived at their home
latbt Sunday morning.
7) r ri
At The Big
Up Sale. j
Two reasons why wc make such '
ridiculously low prices. S
FIRST- To give our bustomert the benefit of the lowest (
prices ever made on new, desirable merchandise.
StCONB To make room tor new fall goods which sre
arriving daily. ,
K,iy ucpsiimcui vi me ing cm ore tscnucn lull oi seasonable j
goods, Roods that vou need noyr, and at 4
PlTP'QQ '(nnHc Particularly iaterestini;
U UUUUOi ispur Dress GooJ Section.
A great many of the new ones are here, come in, we'll show
you, it won't cost anything to look but a sure saving if you buy.
styles forfait and winter.
i Clothing Department.
no aisiapointment H you are looking for ReI Hargains. A
Money Saving Sale of vast importance to everyone who wears
clothes, for it asiuresynu Liberal Saving on everything for men
f to wear.
We help your $ go the
Mercantile Co, R,l,ii"
All of the colored shirt waists, good style
market to go at 25c.
A good summer corsot. regular 33o value,
marked to go at 18c.
Whito duck and pique skirts, a great bar
gain, marked to go at 48c. x
Splendid values in wool dress goods,
marked to go at 7c, 10c, 12 l-2c, 13c, 17o. 18o
20c, 25c, 30o and 35c.
TT YTT f
For men, women and chil
dren. Come! See the shoe