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DISPLAY SPRING READY TO WEAR GORGEOUS MILLINERY and STYLISH SUITS and Goats are Arriving Daily Weather and calender may say what they will, but using our store as a criterion, spring is surely here and with marvelous variety of Spring Fabrics, Suits, Coats and Millinery* 'Tis true stocks are not yet complete and new goods are daily arriving, but the lines already in the store present a broad panorama of style, and gradually our store and stock assumes grander proportions* Season after season people more and more look to Hart's for their finest milli nery and Ready-to-Wear garments* This season wc intend to tax our buying facilities to thei r uttermost; the result is already apparent* The stocks are filling with the fashion's very latest, the work of the foremost modistes, beautiful, stylish garments in great variety* We will more and more demonstrate this store's shopping advantage in point of thoroughly reliable garments, snappy, up-to-date styles and at fair prices* Watch our display windows for "Fickle 'Dame Fashion's" newest favorites* *£«£*£*£ LADIES 9 SHORT AND LONG COATS BEAUTIFUL , STYLISH MILLINERY SNAPPY UP-TO-DATE TAILORED SUITS Tailored Suits at $24.00 High class, perfectly tailored affairs, made up from the very best grades of checked and hidden plaid worsteds in all manner of color ings. Some with atttached girdles and some in blouse style. A good selection in all sizes, each .................................. $ 24.00 Tailored Suits at $35.00 Voiles and fancy worsteds, made up in a large variety of styles. Some in blouse and' some in eton style The trimmings are tastefully ap plied and consist of all manner of silk braids and fancy applications. Not all the numbers have arrived as yet, but enough to comprise representative showing. Sale price................................... 935.00 SHORT COATS FOR SPRING WEARING SHORT COATS AT $7.00 SHORT COATS AT $5.75 Covert coats made in loose fitting box style, with strapping down back and ornament ed with buttons. Full satin lined and first class in every respect. All r nr sizes, price each..................................................... 4>D* / D SHORT COATS AT $10.00 High class short box coats in stripes and plaids and trimmed with piped bands of same material. Some are full satin lined and some are unlined. All sizes t A AA are here. Choice of the lot is, each................................ 4 ) > U*UU WATCH FOR THE ANNOUNCE MENTS OF OUR REGULAR SPRING OPE NING. AMPLY TIME FOR EASTER SELECTION. N EWEST GOODS WILL BE HERE. Pattern hats in a good advance as sortment of what will be worn. A good variety of shapes. Price Street hats in almost every shape that we will show this season. Some In the extremely novel turban and some in mushroom style. Prices „ „ _ __ __. some in musnroom style. Rrlces, $5.##, $5.75, $6.75, *8.66. $».n, *2.5#, %%M. $4. $16.60 and $12.56 and $5.66 Body hats in solid colors, blacks, Children's hats in straw, embroidery blues, tans and reds. A good j and cloth effects. Alomst every variety of shapes. Prices ranging, shape is included. Some colonial : and some plain street effects. Prices $1.66, $2.25, $2.56, $2.75,i 75e, $1.66, $1.25, $2.66, $$.60, $$.56 and $4.66 $$.66 and $$.56 Tailored Suits at $30.00 Suits that are representative products of the best designers and pos sessing the style and fit so necessary In tailored! suits. All manner of materials, plain French voiles in black and tan and many checked fabrics are, in the lot. All alter ations guaranteed. Sale price, each ........... Tailored Suits at $45.00 High class models made up of voiles and) chiffon panamas, in all colors. One particularly stylish model is made in blouse style of all over ecru. Plauen lace and has over jacket in eton style. Skirt is made in a stylish tucked effect. Price, ...................................... I 1 j ic. OIV1I L lo 945.00 Stylish "Piccadilly" box coats, made up of the very latest striped and plaid checked effects in mixed colorings with tan and brown shades predominating. —i aa Choice of goodly variety, price..................................... .. / aUU SHORT COATS AT $11.50 The very latest favorites of Fashion are shown under this price heading. Pretty check ed plaids in dark, and also extremely light effects,also many stylish strip-f j rrj ed materials are shown. The trimmings are variously applied. Choice, .s^ > > OU ADVANCE SHOWING OF STREET & PATTERN HATS WATCH FOR THE ANNOUNCE MENTS OF OUR REGU LAR SPRING OPENING. ALL LINES WILL SOON BE COMPLETED NEWES T GOODS WILL BE SHOWN. I II SPECIAL SHIRT WAIST VALUE Thirty-six White Shirt Waists bought to sell up to $2 each, and including all man ner of styles. Choice of lot........•..................................... 95c SPECIAL UNDERSKIRT VALUE Thirty-six black and colored Underskirts bought to sell regularly as high as $3.50, and including almost every style shown. Sale price choice.............. $1.75 NEW SHIRT WAISTS An extra well assorted lot of line China silk and taffeta I waists. Some plain and others elaborately trimmed All sizes, 32 to 42. Prices, $2*75, $3*50, $4*00, $5*00, $5*75, $6*25 and $7*50 *\ \ The Largest Dry Goods Store in the County / *\ Hart 6c Company Where Quality is Higher Than Price SPRING DRESS FABRICS Woolen 'dress goods in all the very latest effects. Some checked, some plaid and some In plain colors. Worsteds, A voiles and mohairs in wide variety. Prices, mk 50c, 65c, 75c, 85c, $J*25, $1.50, | $2*00, $2*25 and $2*50 ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Theo Nichols of Garneill, was a business visitor to the city last week, returning 'home this morning. Louis Wunderlin came In today from KealdiaU. He expects to leave soon for his former home in Potosi, Wiscon sin. The LadleB' Aid of the M. E. church ■will give a "native state" social at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Stuart Friday evening. Each person present is supposed to wear something to sug gest their native state or country. Don't overlook the big auction sale of the Day House furniture on Wed nesday. March 20 R. G. Jackson, auctioneer. Everything goes at the big auction of Day House furniture on Wednesday, March 20. No reservations. Jacob Holzemer. R. G. Jackson, auctioneer. Court Stenographer H. B. Gibson, left this morning for While' SuTpliur Springs, where Judge Cheadle will hold a short session of court. Tha hearing of the Hobson-Belden water right case will be reopened the 11th. On Wednesday, March 20, I will sell at auction to the highest bidders, cash in 'hand, all of the furniture in the Day House. This furniture includes a lasfje number of beds, comodes, dres sers, a lot of bedding, stoves, etc. All good. Jacob Holzemer. J. M. Parrent came in Sunday to at tend the reg\|lar meeting of the board of county commissioners. Mr, Parrent says that the Barnes-King Develop ment company men are rushing work on their new mill, warehouses and oth er buildings necessary to a big plant. He believes that this summer will mark the highest tide yet reached In the prosperity of Kendall. Judith Hardware Co. have a com petent plumber and tinner In their employ and give prompt attention to all work entrusted to them. Dr. F F. Attix, Lang building. COMMISSIONERS IN SESSION. Much Important Business Will Come Up at This Meeting. The board of county commissioners are now In session. Chairman Petersen, Commissioners Parrent and Neill all being present. There is much business to come be fore the board' at the present session, among other things being the appoint ment of road supervisors and six new high school trustees. It is asserted that there will be' number of new m*en on the hig school bord. The appointments wi be made this afternoon, it is sai that Frank J. Hazen, Theo Hogeram David Hilger, G. P. Burnette and I C. White are practically agreed upoi Some local man will form the sixt member. We solicit your patronage, confl that we can please. Cooking u celled and service prompt. Wellrr Restaurant. Opposite postoffice.