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TUB BKE: OMAHA, SATl KDAY, .t) RMHKlt Hi, 1I2,
at About Half Price
Sale Starts Saturday
8:00 A. M.
vx)HMi:uiiY Tin: hhnnktt company.
HV ENTIRE NEW STOCK i HIGH CLASS CLOTHING
n Purchased From a Prominent New York Manufacturer at
ABOUT HALF PRICE
Don't Miss This One Opportunity to Buy a Stylish New Suit tr Overcoat at Jst About Half Actual Value
This will be our greatest opportunity to show the public what Orkin Brothers' buying
power really means. This great stock was sold to us by a prominent New York manufac
turer whose name we withhold by request, as he docs not want it known that they were
placed where they should have to sacrifice their fine make of clothes at such a ridiculously
low price of just about half off.
Their Offer to us Cams Alon Jint at aa Oppartuae Tims when other stores are offering
the odds and ends from old stocks. This great, new department store offers you clean,
fresh garments just from the maker's hands, up to the minute in style, perfect in cut and
finish, and finest quality all wool materials.
SUITS AND OVERCOATS FOR MEN AND BOYS
AT JUST ABOUT HALF PRICE
7kff- Q-.I-j-o cmrl Ovornnnc Assortment Includes overcoats In puro block kornoy nml melton with pllk velvet, collars. Wurni, soft
rlcu JS vjUHv) CI45 "V-r V5I uUCaIo InurlcH with self or eonvortlblo collars, nopulnr chinchilla In grey, blue and other dcslrnbln shndeR.
Some of these with now shawl collar. Suits arc all wool or worsted materials In every wanted shndo of brown, Rtey and sun-proof sorgo. All new models, includ
ing single and double breasted, and tho newest styles of pleated norfolks.
Wonderful Savings on
Plain and ribbed heavy fleece lined shirts and drawers
, Saturday special, per gar
$15 (EL $17.50
$18 (EL $20
$1.'J!0 aiul $1.75 ."ample wool shirts and
drawers Saturday special, per gar
ment, at 03d
Kino Scotch wool shlrtu and drawers
Saturday special, garment. . . .1,50
Heavy fleece lined, cotton union suit
Saturday special, garmont! . . - SI. 00
93.00 fine, high grade silk mercerized
union suits A limited number for
Saturday's selling, garment. . .2.50
hose Saturday special, per pair, 17c
llljjc black and colored seam
less hose Saturday special,
per pair. .'. -,t Sd
SOc black and colored pure
thread silk hose Saturday
special, pair 25j
75c outing flannel night robes
Saturday special, per gar
ment, at. . . 4 49
$1.-5 fine flannelette pajamas
and 'night r.bbes Saturday
special, garment 08j
$1.25 white pleated shirts A
well known brand, Saturday
special, pach...., 80
25c Ronton Garters Saturday
special, pair 15j
$1.50 Krench flannel shirts
striped, with military collars
Saturday, special, ca., 98&
35c Suspenders French kid
tips Saturday special, at
35c and 50c Fancy Silk Neck
wear Saturday special, each,
Heavy leather work gloves
Saturday special, pair. -45
$1.00 fancy imported Scotch
Oolf (Jluvcs Saturday
special, pair 60
Good News to Parents
Greater Boys Clothing Store .Mil in Moor.
Prom Our Gfeat New York Purchase Just 11 few items from
our splondid stock of winter suits and ovorcoats for boys from to
18 years, at priceB considerably Jess than usual.
$6 and $7 Suits (Si Overcoats. $5.98
Boys school suits in strong, tight woven cheviot f i
and all wool sorgo. Either Norfolk or double 3fc & w M ,
Iivnnafnrl clvlnu Ki'nu 7 i t 1 (X vnnra A lcr n tF
largo number of heavy, warm overcoats, in
'neat all wool mixtures, sizos from 3 to 10. Sat
Russian and' Sailor Blouses
Pure serge suits, pretty shad
ings, silk trimmed, pants full.
lined. Sizes to 1U years.
C.. i 1
Boys' School Pants
Boys' school pants, full out and
roomy. Strong, durable che-
viol mixtures, an seams tapeu
5 to 10; roRU
lar 69c and
Saturday spec'l .
, 1111 HGUIIIh UipUU
Sale of Sample Hats
100 Dozen Samples
including fine soft hots in new shadings
styles plain black stiff
hats. Values $1.50, $2
and $2.50. Special for
Saturday only, at
ORKIN BROTHERS' GREATER STORE FOR MEN AND BOYS, 16th (& Harney
Our Groat Saturday
50 dozen winter caps, all styles and colors,
regular $1.25, $1.50 and $"'.00 Values. Spe
cial for Saturday only at ; k . . .
Prom Our Near Neighbors
Ernest Hall went to Omaha Monday
A. Stenglcln went to Omaha Monday
for the day.
Charles Seefus and son went to Omaha
Thomas nice went to Fremont Tues
day on ' business.
Ed Cobb was hero from Fremont Sat
urday Jn his car.
Miss Hona Jordan went to Omaha
Mrs. K. I... Llndqulst went to Fremont
James Walsh of ltcnson was In Water
loo Thursday on business.
Dolly King and Rule, Campbell were at
Omaha Saturday forenoon.
D. F. Johneon went to Omaha Wednes
day morning for tno uay. (
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Maxvtll went to
Omaha Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. C. C. Pcabody and baby and one.
son went to Omaha Thursday.
Mlsa Lowell was at Valley over .Sat
urday night and Sunday, visiting rela
tives. Mrs. C. P. Coy and Miss Coy -.vero
among the passengers for the city ,
Mr. and Mrs. Temple Roblnton went
to Omaha Wednesday afternoon, return
A. D. Compton went to Omaha Satur.
day oh somo road and other business at
tho court house.
Mrs. K. P. Noyes and. sister, Miss Bes
sie Claybaugh. were among the Omaha
Mrs. F. A. Carmony is visiting this
week with relatives and friends at Uni
versity Place, Uncoln.
Fred 'Schneider, P. O, Howher- and
Hans Hansen were among tho Omaha
passengers Thursday morning.
Miss Kate Shea come home Saturday
evening for her usual visit with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Shea.
Mrs. T. D. Todd. Mrs. John Todd and
Edward, Mrs. Chrlstman and Mr. WIN
kins were among the Omaha visitors
Mrs. Grace Wheeler, who has been
taking care of Miss Lizzie McWhortcr
the last few weeks, returned Saturday
Mrs. Axb)e Mendenhall, who teaches at
the Fremont college, stopped here Sat
urday evening en route from the state
teachers' meeting. .
Henry Kellett went to Papllllon Mon
day to attend to some business at his
farm, expecting to have to stay a day
or two and attend to some work on the
Mrs. Henry Meadows and little daugh
ter and Mrs. Z. Cook and lltte son came
from Fremont Thursday morning to
Mslt for the day with Mrs. C II. Augusta-:
Mlrs Cleo Hale enjoyed a visit over
Sunday from her mother -and brother
and sister, Hussel and Kthel Hale- Their
Jionia U at Harding. Neb., but the
brother and sister attend the state nor
mal at Peru. '
Mrs. John LenteU, who has been 111 for
over a week, Is able to be up.
Mrs. F. C. Kennedy, Helen and Ethel
wcro shopping In Fremont Saturday.
Mrs. M. II. Garrison went to Grand
Island Tuesday to spend the rest of tnc
Mrs. Mary Hempsted of Tllden arrived
Sunduy for a vlult with relatives and
Miss Ixla Byars went to Omaha
Wednesday to be the guest of her brother,.,
Mrs. J. Turk and Margaret of Omaha
were the guests of Mrs. Margaret Holds,
worth last we;U.
MIih Gertrude Ingram wont to Omaha
Wednesday to spend a few days vlsltlnx
Mrs. Charles Wllle.
Mrs. Martin Mortenscn of Valparaiso
Is visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
William Nightengale, this week.
Tho regular meeting of the Valley
Woman's Christian Temperance union
will bo held at the home of Mrs. O. Do
Land Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Sev
eral now members were added to these
numbers Sunday evening.
Mrs. James Steeje of Wells, Nov., and
Mrs. T. Titus of Omaha visited sepral
days this week with Dr. and Mrs. Aged
and Mr. and Mrs, Kopp. Mrs. Steele
was formerly Harriet Agee and Mrs.
Titus, Jessie Nell, both Valley girls.
Aaron Wlcklund, who moved to Minne
sota last spring, was hero this week and
sold h's residence property, formerly
owned by Mr. Domtna, to Manfred
LUllcfors. Dr. Agcr, who occupies It,
will move Into the house which will soon
be vacated by Irving Gllmore.
A union temperance service was held
In the Methodist Kp.scopnl church Hun
day evening, under tho auspices of thi
Valley Woman's Christian Temperance
union. Uesldes the principal address
given by Mrs, E. M. Covell of Omaha,
short talks upon temperanco subjects
were given by B. F. Fyo, pastor of the
Presbyterian churth; lltv. l A. Carlson,
pastor of the Swedish Baptist church,
and Hev. 11. A. Taylor, pastor of tno
Methodist Episcopal church.
Tho regular monthly meeting of the
Busy Bees was hrld 111 Hubbard hall
Wednesday afternoon. This being the an
nual meeting, the following women were
re-elected. Mrs. John Motiahati, prrsl
dent; Mrs. C. B. Nichols, vice president;
Mrs. G. Kopp, secretary, and Mrs. A.
Gardiner, treasurer. Tho receipts for the
year were J2M. All debts have been paid
and a neat balanco on hand. A bazar
and chicken pic supper was arranged tor
Saturday. December 7. Over 100 members
and guests were served. Mrs. B. A. Fye.
Mrs. Irving Piesba. Mrs. O. H Carter
and Mrs. M Moss were the hostesses.
Miss Gladys Loberk of Onialia Is vis
iting Miss Mary McQuarrle and other
Mrs. Dr. C O, Robinson of Omaha, was
a guest at tho S. W. Chambers homo last
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Black of Moflena,
la., nrc visiting Mrs. Black's slstor, Mrs.
A. W. Fees.
Chris Schmidt and his mother and Miss
Margaret Ware ruturned from an auto
trip to Denver last Friday.
Hepresentatlve-ulect C. C. Van Dusen
was In Lincoln this week to seruro the
number of his seat for tho coming session.
Miss Geraldlno Kemp, who has been
taking u couron. In violin Instruction at
Washburn college, Topcka, Kan., has re
Mlsa Maud Dixon and Miss Dorrettcl1
A in (It of this city usslsted at tho soli(7
recital given nt tho First .Congregatlona I
church in Otnaha Thursday evening. I,
Afrn f i Vm.dnlrv ttif anv'Aral vpitru.
a resident of Blair and Omaha, now of
Philadelphia, has neon the guest of Mr.
and Mrs Tom Flnnell for tho last week.
O. C. Thompson's sister. Miss Mlnnl
of Nebraska City. Miss Pearl Maxwell
and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Weller of
Omaha worn guests at the Thompson
homo over Sunday.
George Haller. who has been connected
with his uncle, W. X). Holler, In tho drug
business for over twenty -years, has Hold
hlH home hero anft bought a drug store at
Twentieth and Grace streets, Omaha, and
will take charge this week.
AVer pi ii k Wnter.
Muthew Pcntlco of Lincoln Is spending
tho week hero visiting friends.
Mrs. Hattlo Sanborn of Edgar Is visit
ing her niece, Mrs. W. H. Hart.
Tho N. C. Klepser family have moved
to Lincoln to school their children.
George Gllmore, a homesteader living
near Burwell, Is hero for the winter.
Mrs, J. M. Leyda of Plattsmouth was a
Sunday visitor with her sister, Mrs.
Mrs. It. C. DavlB of Hill City, S. D.,
Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.
A nine-pound daughter has taken up
her rosldenco with Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Ir. and Mrs. J. W. Bullls left Monday
for Wisconsin, to spend two 'or three
months visiting relatives.
Mrs. Emily Wentz of McCook, Neb.,
visited her brother, D. E. Jones, a week,
returning home lat Wednesday.
Mrs. D. E. Jones left on Thursday for
Colorado to attend her daughter, Mrs.
Iiulse Wing, who Is sick with appendi
citis. Mr, and Mrs. Albert Carsell and Edwin
Htohards of Palmyra. .Nob., visited Sun
day with their friends, J. J. Meier and
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Rhodes of Fremont,
la., visited a week with Mr. and Mrs. H.
MCNftt. Mrs. Rhodes In a sister of Mr.
' L. 15. Calkin of Cashmore, Wash., and
II. H. Calkin of York county. Nebraska,
are here, called on account of tho illness
of their mother, Mrs. N. J. Calkin
Mrs. P. H. Barnes has purchased the
teacher at Albion, and who was homo
on a visit.
Mr Jind Mrs. W. W. Johnson of Sioux
Falls, H, D,, are here visiting Mr. John
son's brother, D. M. Johnson, nnd wife.
The guests nre on their way to California
to spend tho winter.
Master Lawrence Colbert, son of Eu
gene Colbert, who has been In a Lincoln
hospital for sovcral ,weeki, arrived hern
Thursday, nnd will return to his homo
In the country in a law uays.
Mrs, Edward Shechan died Wodnesday
night following a threo woeks IIIiicsf,
Tho funeral will be held on Saturday nt
the Catholic church. Mnnloy. Deceased
was tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jamns
Carpor, and ths families are among the
proponent farmers of this community.
ameroii i-ainey refc'-uence on ine souin
j fcldo and will repair and Improvo the
'same for occupawy In tho near future
IDr and Mrs. M M. Butler entertained
at t ii clock dinner last Saturday In
honor of their daughter, Mildred, a
'IV k ii in nli.
P Merrltt has returned from
Attorney Walter Hopewell was at Eau
Clare, Wis., Iat week.
Mrs. B. H. Tamalln of Denver Is In
Tekuinah visiting at the homo of her
son. J. W.
Miss Frances MacQrecor. who Is, a stu
dent nt the Wayne Nprmal, wad home
over the Sabbath.
Miss MeU. and Miss Iconise Mlrhae
were homo last Sunday from Peru, whero
they aro attending tho State Normal.
Mm. Matheny and son, Clalrc. of Emer
son wnro guests at tht) homo of Mrs. A.
II. Dixon last Friday and Saturday.
Miss Maude Berry, who Is teaching In
ono of tho Lincoln grade schools, was
visiting relatives and friundH In this
vicinity last Saturday and Sunday. She
had beon attending the Slate Teachers'
association at Omaha.
Mrs. J. L. McLaughlin and two children
came this week from Keota, la., to re
main hero until Thanksgiving, whnn she
will b Joined by Mr. Mclaughlin and tho
two older children, when all will proceed
to southern California to spend tho
8. A. Wasmim entertained the checker
enthusiasts last Friday evening at his
home. - After an evening at the game, Mr.
Wnssum served a delightful luncheon. A
club was organized with Mr, Wiisxum as
Its president and D. C. Mitten an the
Rev. Mr. Johnson of Ernorson, la,, will
have chargo of tho Arizona and Pleasant
Home circuit of the Methodist church, a
service tributary to Tekamah. Mr. John
son roines from the- Congregational
church Into tho Methodist work on this
district under supervision of Dr. Hlslop
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace DIxou were called
to Herman Tuesday to attend the funeral
of' a little nephew of Mrs. Dixon's, who
had been killed by the accidental dis
charge of a 22'callbpr rifle. The boy was
about 8 years old and was the sou of Mr.
and Mrs. John Olson. He and a cousin
were at play when the accident occurred.
Mrs, Charles Bumgardner Is ill.
James Barlow of Benson was hore Fri
day. Mrs. C W. Baldwin was at Omaha
Otto Greggerson was here Saturday vis.
Ring his parents,
Mr and Mrs. August Blerbuch were lu
The Phlcffer brothers went to Omuho.
this week to attend tho funeral of a
Mrs. Vera Ilonsley of Omaha on Satur
day visited Miss Ellu DcvrHon.
Tho rending circle met with Mr and
Mrs. J. E. Tate Friday evening.
MImh Alma Han'eii camu out from
Omaha Saturday night uud visited her
Mr. and Mrn James Walsh visited Mrs.
Walsh's slstor, Mrs. Charles Wltto, and
Grandma Gomlhnrd, who had been lit
five weeks, died Saturday afternoon of
old age. She would luvu Ihmui DO yciiis
old In a few days hud she lived. Serv.
Ices worn hold lit tho Methodist Eplscnpnt
churoh Tuesday. Intornient at Prospect
Prof. T. F, Miller of Culhoiln was a
Bullevue vUitui last week.
Prof. Stanley Htookey of Avoca visited
his father lust wetk during tho teach
ers' association Hunting.
Misses WUhoImlna Miller and Avis
Boyd visited friends In tho village and
on tho college hill last week.
Mrs. Cora Plunk of Albion, Boone
county, arrived last Saturday for a visit
with hot mother, Mrs, J. MoDcrinutt.
Tho concrete work on the new gym
nasium at tho college begun Monday
morning with a force of fifteen men at
Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Stouffer havit
moved Into their now homo on West
Mission street, which has Just boon com
plotcd. Miss Miirguerltu Bnidlr.y visited with
her parents und frlonti.i at llellcvuo dur
ing tho Stuto Teacht'4 .issoclatl in ri.t
Ing at Omaha.
Mrs. Luke Chapman and granddaughter
Mrs. Hortha Mlllner. r-tumod S.iturdm
from a five months' trip west, vlslllnir
California and the coast.
Tho funeral of Dr. U Braden wan held
In the Presbyterian church Friday ufter.
noon at 2 o'clock. Death followed an Ill
ness of eighteen weeks and wbh caused
by cv paralytic stroke. Deceased was 70
years of ago and leaven a widow and
adopted daughter. He was well known
throughout Nebraska as a minister and
prominent church woriu.T.
Mr. and Mrs. J t Wtido havo goiio to
Texas to spend the winter.
Springfield has u hard coal famlno with
no prospects of a supply soon.
Ilnrry Prall bought the Teeplo burber
shop and will occupy It at once.
Joseph Armstrong und family have
moved into the Advontlst parsonage.
Emmet Hack and Miss Klva Copsoy
wero uiuriled nt Iulsvllle last week.
Mr. Malone has a sain on tho 30th- He
will then move to his farm In Kunsas,
W. E. Miller returnsd from Dunbar,
whore he has le-n employed In ihe Annosa
Edward Anson. former resident of
this vicinity, died In Fairfield, Okl , on
I Rev IMwnrd Hlsloi district superin
tendent will hold (piurterly meMIng here
I Chris Dcerkcp has bought the old fair
Those pianos aro positively made of better mater
ial, better finished and cost more "money to malv'o than
pianos sold by othors for $250 and $275. Figure out
the amount you save,
It will eost you nothing to investigate this statoy
mont nnd wo want to prove it to you.
AVo have them in genuine mahogany, quarter
sawed oak and curly walnut cases.
Full size, 4 ft. 8 in. high, newest design, with em
pire top, copper wound bass strings, bushed tuning
pins, double repeating action and backed with u
TWENTY-FIVE YEAR GUAKANTi by both the
factory and.tlio A. Hospo Company. These plaifos aro
not an unknown make but liavo been sold by us for
many yonrs. Come in and let us explain' our one year
free trial. Stool, scarf and free dblivery.
TERMS $5,00 0ASH, $1.25 PER WEEK.
wstrn k pressntstivss
for tlis Mason ft Hamlin,
Xranlcu tc Bach, Krakur,
Xlmbsll, Bush k "Xant,
Cable - Wilson and other
1513-1515 Douglas St.
ground of W, II. Davidson, paying 17,200
tor sixty-four acres.
Mrs, II. A. Sanders eniertulned the
Eastern Star kenslngton Tuesday after
noon. Harry DoLaud of CoHtsflald was the
guest of his cousin, Mrs. Tom Dooley,
Hugo Timmurmaii entertained his many
friends at a blrthduy party t-'uuday aft
ernoon, Mrs. A W Crltchfleld Is spending tho
week with her sister, Mrs. O. Stevenson,
Miss Grace ( irey entertolii'-d at rro-gn-sHivi
high flvt- Saturday evening at
the home of Mrs. Chuilca Piatt' Prima
Ptatt Wn U Jni" UUUl WoSt ftnJ CiuirU
Mrs, flails Elchner" is very Biek. Dr
Vtt,lp2. w.as d?,,xl irom Omaha for u
Mrs. , Ethan .Adams of Omaha Is visit
Ing her cousin.. Mrs. Tom Dooley. und
Mrs, Charles Trumble.
Mr and Mrs E. J. Maxwell and daugK
ter, Miixlne, of emaha wore the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. y. E, Patterson, 6ui -day.
The Womun'Hclub held Its reguioi
meeting with Mrs. O. II Magaret WihIup
day afternoon The subject for the ks
' son was Panama with aira It B. Arm
strong 114 loader Refreshments wr
I bervod by the hoi-tesa nnd Programs tot
I the year given out to members, 1