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)e CDemocrat WEDNESDAY, DEC. 6, 1899. TILiPHONINO. 15*. —jlAiaB Blanche Lawrence Is visiting relatives in Davenport. .. _Misa Mabel llubel, of Waterloo, —Ben Mathers expects to go to AlBia nwrt week for a short visit with friends at that place. —Mrs. Henry Kirchoff, of Dyersville, spent several days of lost week with friends in this city. —Miss Fae Ford returned Monday evening to Iowa City after spending Thanksgiving at home. —Miss Clara Commerford was the 'guest of Miss Lena Bobinson in Chi cago several days last week. —Dolph Heune, who is attending school in Cedar Rapids, spent Thanks giving with his parentB in thiB city. —Will Malven departed yeBterday for Charles City where he has a position -with the lows Telephone Company. ^, —Miss Maggie Sherlock went to "Dundee Monday, where she has been engaged to teach the coming winter. —The attention of those having horse* to sell Is called to the local of H. -E. Light, entitled, "Horses Wanted." —The Y. M. C. .A, membership con teat resulted in tie. The teds and the greens each-scoring eighty-seven points —Mr. B. Bixby, of Cushing, la.,. was In the city laat week to attend the ifunerai of his sister, Mrs. E. I. Walker. 'i —Miss Lena Rollins, who is studying •horthand in Dubuque, spent several days of last, week at her home in this city. —Mrs. Herbert Doneghy, of Macon and Mr. J. Wool ridge, of Mexico, Mo., are guests of their sister, Mrs. Austin D. Brown. —Miss Clara Commerford arrived home Monday morning from a Sve week's visit with friends in Chicago and Milwaukee. —Chas. Huene came home from Iwein the first of the week and will visit A the home of his parents until after the holidays. —Harry Parsons and John Barrett, of Waterloo, attended the Thanksgiving dance last Thursday evening at the Central opera house. —Kalamity Thorpe is making pro digious arrangements for the holiday trade. He says he will, outdo all his previous efforts in that line. —Miss Jennie Beeiey left yesterday morning for her home in Waverly after a weeks visit in this city at the home of her uncle, J. L. Seeiey. —Miss Pearl Pierce, who is an in structor in the State Normal School at Cedar FallB, came home to eat thanks giving turkey with her parentB, Mr. and Mra. G. U. Pierce.1 —Owing to the dissolution of the firm Storey & Abbott, those indebted to them are, by notice in another column, requested to settle bbfore the com mencement of the new year. till The Epworth League of the Methodist church. cordially invites all its friends to a "Candy Pull" at the home of Mr. and. Mrs. C. B. Masterhaus, (2) Mrs. S. I. Allen, Mrs. MBry Baldwin, Mrs. M. A. Grow, (2) 'It. Will'Barker, Mr. George R. Jones, (2) Mt. Ivey Penny are advertised as unclaimed at/the post oflice in —Mrs. J. R. Madison is very ill with an attack of the grip. —W. A. Abbott transacted business in Dubuque yesterday —Mrs. J. F. Jackson, of Dubuque, spent Sunday in this city. —Judge A. S. Blair is "holding court in Independence this week. —It is small but up-to-date in style, that new ad. of Doye & Chambers'. —Mrs. E. H. Chapel and son Clarence spent part of last week In Cedar Rap ids. —C. T. Payton, of St. Joseph, Mo., was a guest of friends in this city last week. —Mr. ana Mrs. Wm. Mead spent Thanksgiving with relatives in Cedar Rapids. —E. A. Atwater spent Thanksgiving in Dubuque with his daughter, Mrs. F. Jackson. viB- itta friends here part of last week. —MIBS Louise Till, of Independence, visited friends here part of last week. —J. 1*. Foley, of Cedar llapids, was the guest of his mother in this city last Friday. —MrB. J. J. Kidder, of Center Grove, was a gueSt of friends here over Thanksgiving. —Will Hogan and Geo. Storey went to Sioux City last Saturday morning on a-businesB trip. -Clarence Yoran came home from Mt. Vernon to spend Thanksgiving with his parents. —Chas. Noble departed yesterday morning on a business trip to Garner and Emmetsburg. —Mrs. M. F. LeRoy and daughter, Miss Dora LeRoy, arsr visiting with friends in Dubuque. —John Ward, of Waterloo spent sev eral days of last week with relatives and friendB in this city. A. H. Blake & Son give the reasons why they are selling certain lines of goods at reduced prices. —Mr. and Mrs. Forest Crosier return ed home last Thursday morning from their extended eastern trip. —MIBS Blakely, of Cedar Rapids, was guest over Thanksgiving of Miss Nellie Hogan, sonth of town. —Arthur Miller, of Rock Rapids, la., spent Thanksgiving in this city, at the home of his uncle, G. G. Arm stead. -Mrs. W. H. Healy, of Dubuque, ar rived here monday morning and is visit ing with her sister^ Mrs. I. Stringham. —Mrs. Susie Kelsey spent Thanks giving at home. She is a student at the State Agricultural college at Ames. —Miss Birdina Tucker who is a stu dent at Mt. St. Joseph, Dubuque, came home to spend Thanksgiving with her parents. —Mr. and Mrs. Will Denton have rented the rooms over Gregg & Wards drug store and will use them for living apartments. —Clarence and Florence Lister came home to spend Thanksgiving from Grlnnell where they are students at Iowa College. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hadley and Mrs, E. A. Seger, of Sioux City, were the guests of friends and relatives here part of last week. -foha,(^®eet OtlB on next Friday evening, December 8th. —Will Matthews was at home from Cedar Bapids over Thanksgiving. He is a student at the Cedar Rapids Busi ness college and expects to graduate from that institution in about three weeks. —A. N. Smith is at a sanitarium in Mt. Clemens, Mich., receiving treat ment for an attack of muscular rheu matism from which he has been suffer ing for several weeks past. Mrs. Smith is with him. —A. D. Brown now designates him self as the "chair man" because of the large sale of chairs at the chair sale in progress at his store the past week. He will .continue the sale another week. —John W. Swinburne has purchased a printing outfit and will soon issue a newspaper at Delhi. He 1B a deserter from the journalistic ranks, but we wel come his return and hope he may be successful.—EarlvlUe Phoenix. —Letters addressed to Miss L. Blanch -Davis, Miss Mand Lull, Miss Maud thiB city. —The^ hospital at Independence is quarantined, there being fifteen cases of diphtheria among the inmates and at tendants. Miss Emma Malven, of this city, who has been working in that in stitution for several months, is just re covering from aiTattack of the dread disease. —H. J. Schweitert, thesuperintendent• eleot of this county, is a native of Col ony township, and was at one time a teacher in the schools of this county. For the past five years he has been at tending school at Cornell college. We bespeak for him the same loyal support of the teachers that the present super intendent has received. The success of this officer 1B largely dependent upon the co-operation of the teachers in his efforts. It is certainly the duty of teachers and superintendents to work together for the common object—the welfare of the schools.—Delaware County Teacher. —A man giving bis name as Lewis Muokell, of Iowa City, arrived in the city from the south on. the lilt -r nois Central last Wednesday evening and told a genuine bard luck story. He said that his pocket book containing 9980, which he had carefully sewed up fwith white twine in his inside overcoat pocket had been stolen while he was Bitting in the paBsenger coach asleep. The coach was nearly filled with pass engers, most of whom were Manchester people, and not one saw anything of the alleged robbery or noticed any one upon whom suspicion might be cast, The pocket book was afterward found in the coach and contained a few value less papers. If the wallet was stolen it was without doubt the work of an toparianoad htttdi af, 60n„, Luke' —W. H. Norris transacted business at Independence laat Monday. —Mrs. Lizzie Lawrence, of Cedar Rapids was in the city part of last week. —Mr. and Mrs. .B. Iloag and Miss S. Ethel Seeds entertained last evening at Pythian Castle. —Will Friend" will lead'the r&ens meeting in the association rooms next Sunday afternoon. —Mrs. Hussey, of Independence, vis ited in the city last week with her friend, Mrs. E. O. Clemans. —Miss Grace Holmes and Miss Anna Taylor, of Waterloo, were guests of friends in this city part of last week. —Miss Lizzie Hennessey, of Monti cello, spent Thanksgiving in this city. She is a cousin of the Hennessey Bros. —Mr. and Mrs. E. J. -Conger spent Thanksgiving in Dubuque at the home of their daughter, Mr. Frank Hoffman. —Mrs. J. J. White and daughter, Lyle, of Lake City were guests last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Steadman. —Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Keller departed last week for Chippewa Fails, Wiscon sin where they will viBit relatives for several weeks. —There will be a special meeting of Olive Branch Chapter R. A. M. at Masonic halt next Friday evening at the UBUSI hour. —Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fishei, of Chi cago, spent Thanksgiving in this city at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Fishei. —Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Torrey depart ed last Saturday morning for Ham mond, Louisana, where they will spend the winter months. —Regular meeting of IV. A. Morse post Wednesday evening, Dec. 6th at which time will be held the annual election of officers. —The regular meeting of the W. B. C. will be held Wednesday afternoon December 6th. The annual election of officers will take place. —Harry O. Pratt, of Dysart and Miss Sadie Harrison, of Davenport, viBited in this city last week at the' home of the former'* parents, Rev. and Mrs. H. O. Pratt. —Mr, and Mrs. W. S. Beats and Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Lawrence have issued a large number of inyitations for an evening of whist at Pythian Castle this week Friday. The Ladies of the Congregational Society will meet with Mrs. Lewis At water Friday afternoon at two o'clock. Come prepared to sew. Supper served from five until seven and a small fee charged. —Rev. G. D. Hover, of Chicago, occu pied the Presbyterian pulpit here last Sunday. A call has been issued to Rev. Gerritt Snyder of Pana, Illinois, who preached there on the two previous SundayB and it is thought that he will accept. —Capt. J. F. Merry and C. H. Day have resigned the offices of President UT II W M86 »I M' WL and Secretary respectively of the Dubu Stella, Nellie and Mattie Giileas left qUe Bagjneg8 Men's League. Mr. for a visit with friends at Emmetsburg. Monday morning for a visit with friends Merry ,B of Marion ate Thanksgiving dinner here at the home of the former's daughter,' Mrs. Al. Severtson. -The two-hundred acre tract of land offered for rent or sale by A. S. Coon is desirable farm and should readily find purchaser or tenant. —Mr. and Mrs. Will Clemans, uf Cedar Rapids, spent Thanksgiving in this city at the home, of the former's mother, Mrs. E. O. Clemans. —John JoneB who is a student at the State Agricultural College at Ames came home to eat Thanksgiving dinner with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Jones. —The Bell Telephone Company has placed along distance telephone station in the Clarence House office room which will be a great convenience to the patrons of that hotel. —Roy Mason, of Albia, visited in this city with friends part of laat week. He was a student at Iowa City at the time the war broke out and enlisted in the Des Moines regiment. He returned recently from the Philippines with the 51st. Iowa. -Marriage licenses were issued dur ing the past week to Geo. H. Fuller and Laura B. Smith, Frank E. Pinch and Maggie Myers, F. L. Forrester and Carrie Strain, John Wolf and Mary Alia way, and Edward J. Harrison and Rose Mabel Bishop, —At the annual meeting of the Dela ware County Agricultural Society yesterday afternoon the following officers were elected for the coming year: A. S. Coon, president John Rector, vice president E. J. Conger, secretary and L. J. Gates, treasured. —The City Relief Society met with Mrs. Carhart Monday, December, 4th. and adjourned to meet Saturday, Dec. 9th. with Mrs. Glissendorf. At this time the officers for the year will be elected. Every lady desirouB that the society should prosper will confer a fa vor by being present. —Mrs. E. Walker died in Finley hos pital Dubuque, Tuesday evening of last week, after submitting to an oper ation for the removal of a tumor. The remains were brought here for burial, the funeral being held Friday afternoon at the M. E. church, Rev. H. O. Pratt officiating. Mrs. Walker was an honest and industrious woman whose sudden drath is a shock to her many friends, Two children, Fred and May, survive her. Wafers. -The announcement of the dissolu tion of the firm of Storey & Abbott last week was a surprise to all except the parties interested. Mr. Storey retires, having sold hiB interest in the business to Mr. Abbott, who will continue it as I heretofore and maintain the excellent reputation for this store attained by the late firm* We have not been advised of Mr. Storey's plans for the future,but it is currently reported that he will em-' bark in the real estate uBiness. What ever bis plans may be for the future we hope they will be crowned with success, and will not be such as to necessitate I his removal fronl this ally. I mcteaain| raUload dutleg makes it impossible for him to devote —Miss Amy Boggs, who 'is principal the necessary time to it and Mr. Day it of the Waterloo west side high school, is said has secured a more lucrative spent several days of last week at her position. home in thiscity. _There tall this Wednesday evening at the Central 0pera house between the Fayette and local Y. M. C. A. teams. The teams are both anxious to win and ^an excit ing game is looked for. The junior tiams will give an exhibition: game' at 8 o'clock and the big game begins at 8:30. —On Tuesday evening of last week Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Rutherford enter tained a number of their friends at their home north of town in honor of Mr. and Mrs. John Hetherington. The gathering was held in view of Mr. and Mrs. Hetherlngton's removal to this city and was one to be remembered by th&4nutual friends who assembled to bid good bye to this worthy couple. -The third number of theY. M. C. A. lecture course, will be by Dr. Thom as H. Dinsmore on Tuesday evening of next week. His subject will be "A Wonderful Structure—the Man of To day," illustrated with brilliant chemical experiments. He treats man from a scientific standpoint and bis ex periments are in explanation of his lecture. The lecture is creating con siderable interest and will undoubtedly be met with a crowded house. Last Thursday evening Charles W. Bnrdick, of Decorah, and Miss Noble Dixon were united in marriage in thiB city at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dixon. The ring ceremony was used and was performed by Rev. Keator, rector of St. John's Eplgcopal church of Dubuque. The parlors of the Clarence House were beautifully decorated for the occasion with roses and chrysanthemums. The guests numbered only members of the family and a few intimate friends. Af ter the' ceremony a bounteous repast was served the guests. Miss Dixon during her brief residence here has made many close and admiring friendB who regret that her home will in the future be elsewhere. The groom is the president of the Citizens' Savings Bank of Decorah at which place they will make their home on their return from heir eastern trip. Congregational Church Dinner. The young ladies of the Congrega tional church will give a dinner in the church parlor Wednesday, December IStb, from five to eight o'clock. Adults 25 cents and children 15 cents. Public are cordially inviteh.. MEND. ::,' Salad. Roast Turkey. Creamed Potatoes, ROYAL —The foot-ball game here on Thanks giving between the home team and an aggregation from Coggon was won by the Manchester team by a score of 16 to .0. The home eleven was composed of Will Matthews, Dolph Huene, Will Crosier, Henry Bronson, Harry Huene, Will Conklin, Clint Lusk, Frank Bel knap, Howard ClemanB, Clyde Elder and Geo. Malven. Uatholle Fair. One of the most enjoyed and profit able fairs ever given by the members of the Catholic society of this parish was held tour nights of last week in the Central Opera House. The gross re ceipts were over 81,550.00 and, after the expenses are paid the remainder will be applied on the church debt. The enter tainments for the different evenings were as announced in the program laat week. The following Is a list of the prizes and those who received them: Pin cumlon Mrs. B. Austin Barrel oJ apples John Hogan Whip.......... Mn. M. Roach silver knives and forks Katie (larnei Head rest .Mrs. Wm. Durey Fanoy oultt -Nell I'oweri Sofa Plflow Aft Dubois UhlkPi dress Mrs. J. Barker Ijunp....... Josephine Morris Pin eushlon..._Bev. Father Malloy .Tarkershurg Cracker jar Nell Powers Fruit knives i*. J. With the passing of the summer With the end of out door fun .V Came this challenge from our sisters, Who were numbered six times one: A BELATED PICNIC. Though the summer IB gone, the weather la line. A picnic let's have, though 'Us out of time. "Agreed," said Mrs. Jewell and Carhart to gether, While Mrs. Boggs said, "A fig for the weather! In Pythian Castle we"ll meet. If Its cold, For a very large crowd we know It will hold, And my daughters are sure to favor the plan And Mrs. Haeberle said, "III do all that I can." Who ever Is favored with ode of these rhymes. Will betake themselves there at seveb-thlrty betimes, On December®.! and please wear the. dry goods You'd wear to a picnic way out In the woods And If you can't be then, don't play any tricks, But send your regrets to one of the slk. And, we went, a goodly number Just three hundred strong, they-sald. December first hath never seen Suehrhours so lightly sped All wlth gowns In picnic pagaent, Sweaters, bonnets, cushions too Welcomed warmly by the ladles Givea number—partner shew. After hunting up those partners, Laughing as wo wqat oar: way,, Stopping now aad then to wander Whence the lemonade toot lay. Shingles passed and boxes oblbog,. -vK, Bent In Wagons round die ball, Supper fit for kings and courtiers, game Was the verdict, one and all. And the mirth resounding loudly Wore the time on all too soon, Homing time seemed but a moment Slnoe.we entered In that room. dtBSOUUTEiytaRE ^BseuuiEnrtoitE iriimr 5 A Fatal Accident. Last Wednesday afternoon Adolph Shnltz, son of Mr. and Mra. E. H. Sbultc, of this eity, waa ran over by a freight train In the Illinois Central yards here and sustained Injuries which proved fatal. He was standing on the steps of a caboose when the train made a sad den start and threw him under the wheels. Several cars passed over his right limb close to the body. Medical aid was promptly secured and the beat of care was given the injured one but It was all of noavail. He died at 8a.m. the next morning. Adolph was about seventeen years ot age and a bright, energetic, boy whose sudden death came as a shock to the entire community and an irrepar able loss to his Borrowing parents. He was an enthusiastic imusidan and a member of the Ovide Mandolin dub, of thiscity. The funeral services were held Friday morning at the Congregational church, Rev. H. W. Tuttle officiating. Obituary. Died, at his reeidenoe .in this city on November 30th, P. S. W. Iteyo, In Ijbe sixty-seventh year of his age. Mr. Deyo was born in the state of ew York In March 1833. Wa* married to Miss Bishop in 1855. Came to Iowa in 1858-and has been a resident of this city for along time. He waa a member of the Christian church and commenced bis public ministry at an early age, travelling over the northeastern part of Iowa and adjacent country as an evan gelist for many years, and was instru mental in organizing many churches of that bodyi More recently he united with the Northern Iowa Advent Chris tain conference and was an accredited minister of that church at the time of his death. He leaves an affectionate and bereaved wife,and a daughter, ^Irt. Fred Hamlin and her son, Arley, one brother and other relatives, who In his death have lost a dear friend. Then)' .were present at his funeral his brother, J. H. Deyo and wife. his nephew, Geo. Deyo, and daughter, of Strawberry Point Mrs. Abraham Deyo and daugh ter, of Sugar Orove, 111., and J. Martin, of Aurora, la. The funeral services were held at his late residence, Elder I Hubbell, of Edgewood, officiating,- as Pickles, gktea by Rev Pratt of thia $)ty. Cranberry Marmalade Roll*. 80 Acre. Farm adjolnlog tbii city (or tale. Termi easy Inquire of BBONSOX A GARB. If BAKING POWDER Makes the food more delicious and wholesome juummmmim A" •DELHI. Mrs George McCormiok left Friday to visit relatives in Canada. Rev. Mumby of Golden was in town on business laat Wednesday. Maggie Fraser is visiting her Bister, MrB. Mason in Hopkinton. C. E. Harris and wife, of Haiiey, Idaho., formerly of Delhi are rejoic ing over a baby girl at their home No vember 2i. •Mrs, Sherman, of Anamosa, is visit ing her son, Bert, in town. Addie Flack returned home Wednes day night from Rlcevilie where she has been alMhe fall, working in a mil linery store. Don't forget the Ladies Aid Society Fair on Saturday Deoember 16. A dinner and supper will also be served. Ave Jamison is here from Martelle visiting relatives. 6ene Morgan is home from the west where he spent the summer. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Homer Porter Thursday November 30, a girl. Irving Smith baa returned from Sand Spring where he has been working. George Crane waa up from Monti bello last Tuesday. At a regular meeting of the I. O. O. F. Lodge last Saturday evening the following officers were elected: E. H. Blancbard, N. G. A.X,. Chase, V. G. 3. W. Swinburne, Rec. Sec. D. S. Cor bin, Per. Sec. Peter Jakelln, Treas. Roach Fl3or pillow -..Lawrence LatUmer Whip So. 2 w. H. Norrts Two sacks of flour Fattier It van, Allison Painting FN. Beacom Tapestry curtains.. 3am Myers. Chicago Collarette No. 1. Eva McMahon Sofa Pillow No. 2. K. H. Uhapel Pair (4.00 shoes..™™ w. A. Sheldon One box cigars ........ .Ben Gllloaa Jewel ease Budget Ward Niokle toy range Francis Beehler Table cover...... .Dennis Carney Laprobe— —Mis. Gorman Embroidered sofa pillow ..May Nobis Pair woolen blankets —Frank Cosarove Four fnilt plates Ben OlUeaa Extension fable Anna I,. Smith. Dyersvtlle Rocking chair Mra. Frank Sutherland, Ehler Set of harness Pat Behan. Byah Five-year-old colt. .....Dick Thorpe Top buggy Paul Oehler. Delhi silver set .j. O'Meara Pincushion Mra. Taylor gaek flour.. Mrs. cawley Snooa holder .....Torn Hrnuesir Silver Nut Dish L. L. Ho: Doctor George H. Fuller and Miss Laura B. Smith were married at the home of the bride's parents on Thurs day evening, November 30, at 7:30. The best wishes of a host of friends go with them. Clark & Boomer received a carload of newtouggies one day last week. $ That Belated Picmo. With apologies to the Meedamea Uoggs, Carhart,.Haeberle, Jewell, and the Misses Boggs, we dedicate the fol' lowing, which In no manner or style can show with what appreciation some three hundred of their friends enjoyed their hospitality of last week Friday evening. Our Everything will be in readiness Christ mas trade Everything will be in readiness for the Christmas Trade in a few days. The interior of the store is being rearranged and this week we will have on sale the BIGGKST.STOCK, the most varied assortment and the BEST LINE of HOLIDAY GOODS ever shown here. All the NEW NOVELTIES W» TOYS, late productions in FANCY GOODS the greatest variety of BOOKS and an immense line of DOLLS In fact every department is complete tor the Christmas trade Call in whether a buyer or looker, Respectfully, KALAMITY THORPE KALAMITY THORPE I8QQ N ft A SHOE Apiece of bright dongola, a piece qf clear sole leather, a few nails, the best of silk, all combined by the best- of workmen,make our Women's lace or button shoes the best value in Delaware county for the price. AH sizes. Dove & Chambers Fall Cut Price Millinery Sale As it is our custom not to carry over any goods from season to season, we will, from this time on, sell all millinery goods at a big discount. Miss Nelton will be with us only about two weeks more and ii you are going to get a hat this tall, now is yout chance. We have sortie pretty trimmed hats, and it there is any special design, Miss Nelson will trim one up to suit We know we can please you and save you money. fa* 5 1 rw o-'f, "»i. o- *IMMMMM(M((H(MMMSMH«StSNM«ea*l*NNNM We presume you know that we have been selling at cost for the past 6o days all our Rubbers, Overshoes, Felts and Overs, Rubber Boots, Etc. Bargain Dress Ms Glill going On. r. Sboughtstyle I ft 3 Wm ^f!!Siiiiiti We must close out the entire line. We have added to our business a cloak department and next spring expect to open a big carpet department, having a room especially for this branch of the business. That cuts us short on space and is the reason for our put ting .these good* on the market at cost. We have some very good things left yet and invite all interested to call. Yours truly, A. H. BLAKE & SON. A. H.BLAKE & SON Tin Daylight Store. SNlMilni 20 Percent Discount ON ALL LADIES' JACKETS AFTER THIS DATE I WE HAVE ABOUT I J| Lacies' fine Kcrsoy, Boucle, Crush Plush and Beaver Jackets. 2 Jli Latest in Black, Castor, Tan and Blue Colors that are It' elegantly lined with Silk and Skinner Satin that can now be for 20 per cent less than our former prices. We hav- already sold over 6oo of these garments this S season V'" We don't intend to carry Jt oyer a single garment, ff hence we make this bona-fide cut price to clear up the bal ance Those who have not already purchased will find it to their interest* to CALL EARLY and make their se lection. Clark & Lawrence mm fllTIf Tlfllflf if1 VVIlVVTVlVIVvvflVVVVVV New Goods mm ill iinnnnne NEW DRESS GOODS, in great variety, from the cheapest suiting to the finest silks and satins. Our new and up-to-date plaids and novelties are worthy your inspection. Call and see them. JACKETS and CAPES. Ladies', misses' and children's jackets and capes are now ready. We have a complete stock from which to select. You should see our line and compare prices and styles before purchasing. We have a choice.selection ol fur collarettes which will repays your inspection. CLOTHING. Our stock oi men's, youth's and boy's overcoats and suits are offered at prices that defy competition, and yeu will be ten i.vinced that we are strictly in the clothing business if you will: call and look over stock and obtain prices. We can and will save you money. MILLINERY. Fall Millinery, consisting of all that is desirable and fashion able in head wear is now ready. Choice selections, complete stock and low prices. Call and see the new goods. Complete stock of underwear, footwear, shawls, domestic and house-: keepers' linens at prices as low asjthe lowest. Remember us when looking for shoes. We have the kind that are right. ^uimumminimimHmimimiimimgiiiimiiiiimiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.iiiiiii Butterick Patterns D. F. Riddell &Co. Jfc mwrnmrnt new our Just received Goods in all departments for the fall trade. v: Ai»i* Butterick Patterns iMftftlftlllftlftlllitftlMill iiilliil fi i.. .5 •»,%.