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The Fargo forum and daily republican. [volume] (Fargo, N.D.) 1894-1957, June 05, 1909, Image 7

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Department
Extra Special—Good
§c Spool Cotton, for
hand and machine, in
black and white Mon
day and Tuesday
Special,
S a pool* for.... tP V
NOTE—No
|5c Wash Fabrics 19c
One table of choice style fabrics con
sisting of Egyptian tissues, Flaxon
Batistes, 36 and 43 inches wide, also
Phase Crepes, regular 3$c values.
Monday and Tuesday 4 Qrn
Special 1 SP U
Women's Umbrellas
Good quality material mounted on
S6-inch Paragon frame with natural
"wood and fancy handles regular $
1
values, Monday and dirt
Tuesday special €FU
We
will continue the 20
per cent Discount Sale
on all Lace Curtains tor
the Coming Week.
'All
a
s
Continuing the fcig Silk Sale
We htve added many new pieces to the different lots to make
it still more interesting for the coming week.
85c Sfcowtr Prof Fotlnrii
Natural Shantung and $i.oo Fancy
Messalmes, specisl,
per yard. ....... UcPC*
$1.25 ajld $1.50 Fancy Lonis&ne
Taffetas and Chevrcm Surrahs, in
79c
neat stripes and figures,
special, per yard
Two Great Dress Goods Barg
For Monday and Tuesday
tl.50 and $1.3$ Cream all wool serges
with black lines, striped and barred
effects, very popular lor salts
coats Monday and Tnes- t%Q
day special mfW#
-m
Wash Goods
Specials
icc Fancy White Cottoa
Waiatings for
See window display
nil ilfc T•
u a i n a e i a
Madras, Arts and Craiff
Cloths Casement Cl«tl%
'ancy Curtain Nets and
feivlsses.
Special Prices.
v Mason Spauldlng was host at a 7
,#*tlock stag dinner on Friday evening
his home on Third avenue south,
fwo long tables, centered with lilacs,
fceld the twenty-five plr.tes laid for the
members of the M. A. R. 8. club, with
Homer Dixon, Hugh Clary and Voyle
Brennen as honor guests on account *t
their departure from the city for new
komet* Johnathon Eaton was toast
master and Homer Dixon responded
for the departing members. A decid
j|dly jolly time was had by the boys.
rrr
9c
18c Wash Fabrics for 12#c
One table of choice styles wash fab
rics consisting of checked voiles, fig
ured batistes, plain chambrav and
12io
mercerized cords Mon
day sad Tuesday special
K#- JLJ# .4^ V—)
Phone Orders Taken for Any of These Specials#
$1.50 Fancy Persian Silks
Satin Messaiinea, Rough Silk, "Dia
mant" and Shed Water C§ jRlgi
Tuscans, per yard.,..,.4.,.
522-524 Front Street, Fargo, N. D.
e savings on L'epen-
$2.25 Yd. Wide Satin Directoires
In all the new popular shades for
evening and afternoon 4 "T
gowns, special..•***
We Have Arranged an Exceptionally Good Lot of Special Offerings
lor Monday and Tuesday Selling.
mm w3
a ins
$1.25 and $1.00 colored Dress Goods
consisting of plain voiles, mohairs,
wool taffetas, poplins aod P»n*mas.
45 inches wide special,
per yard "CPU
.*%0
Underwear and
Hosiery
Special for Monday and Tuesday
Women's Black Silk Lisle IT with
high spliced heel and toe, A
extra special value....*...
50c Women's Fast Black Lace
Lisle Hose
Allover Lace and Lace boot styles,
Special Monday and Tues- *3 Q«j
day, pair ****_
25c Summer Vests 19c
Several styles of women's white Swiss
Ribbed Vests, 25c values, 4 ttffc
Monday and Tuesday, at... I €F11
35c Children's Pants 25c
Children's White Swiss Ribbed Knee
Length Pants, Munging make, Mres
00 to 5, Monday and A Fa 4*
Tuesday, special ...... mm Ov
25c Corset Cover Embroideries
18 inches wide, special# Mondav and
Tuesday, per |C
yard
LATE SOCIETY NEWS
Additional Society News on Page 14, Part Two
stag banquet will be given at the
tlardner on next Friday night, after
the graduating exercises, by some of
the high school seniors and the boys
ef the Annous club.
~sv~
'Mrs. Thomas Edwards of Minneapo
lis reached Fargo Thursday noon for a
Visit of a week with Mrs. Lulu Ed
jwards and her grand daughter, Mies
rsie
Edwards.
-Oh-
i^ridsv evening Mlas Francis Com
yiock entertained Informally with a
kirawberry shortcake party.
One hundred ladles responded to the
Invitations sent out by Mrs. B. Eat
$n and Mrs. N. L. Red mon to meet
te
rs. S. B. Clary on Friday afternoon at
home of Mrs Eaton, Fifth avenue
jpouth. LUac blossoms and tulips grac
ed the rooms. Several vocal and in
strumental selections and readings by
kSlss Tillotson were charmingly ren
iered and the hours from 3 to 8 were
emSck'V Very delicious refresh
were nerved by Misses Ashel-
A
35c and 25c Insertions 19c
One lot of fine Swisa Cambric and
Hamburg Insertions, fine for Wash
Dresses, 35c and 25c values, Monday
and Tuesday, Pf
special I"u
36 inches wide, in short lengths. 5 to
10 yards. Special Mon- 4 OI4*
day and Tuesday per yard Iniiv
$1.00 Table Damask 79c
j68
inch pure bleached all linen satin
Damask beautiful new patteri it
#1.00 quality. Monday and
Tuesday special
man, Wall, Crothera and Mrs. B» A.
Anderson.
.The high school alumni will hold a
banquet and dance on Thursday even
ing at Pirle's hall. Two hundred and
fifty people are expected to attend.
Mre. W- 0. Hooper and children will
open their Detroit lake home on Sat
urday, June 12.
Mrs. Will Niles and three boys are
expected in Fargo ^onight on their way
to their ranch at Tappen, N. D., where
Mr. Niles is located for the summer.
Mrs. Niles will stay over night with
her cousin, Mrs. J. It. C. Charest.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl F-ederick Brlggf
will spend Sunday at Ashelman's on
Lake Pelican. Minn., and will leave
Monday for Minneapolis.
Miss Mable St. John was honor guest
on Friday at a pink luncheon, given
by Mrs. C. O. Young at her apartments
In the Wellington Flats. Mrs. Taylor
and Mrs. Shelllto carried away the
prises from the bridge game which fol
lowed the luncheon.
Mr. and Mrs. A, W. Elllngson, who
were married recently at Clarkfleld,
Minn., and who have been visiting
Mr. EHlngson's parents In the city
for a few days, left this morning for
their home at Finley.
Mr. and Mre. C. O. Smith are plan
ning on an extended eastern trip, leav
ing here June 17, and will first attend
the wholesale saddlery convention to
«£ln
Women*! Colored Wasli flreises
Made up in one piece styles, in
great variety of materials and sbades,
at Special Reasonable Prices—
IM, 4.5®, 5.50, 6.7S, 7.50
ttd ap to 20.M
White Wash Skirts
Women's White Wash Skirts, made
tip of genuine linen and imitation
linen materials, in the very
makes—at Special Prices.
See Oar Extra Spec- A
lal Garments at mm
2.50 u 5.00
Women's Long Lawn Kimonas
in light colors, made up in oil
styles—1.25 values, (JIM:**
special HjP
Long Kimonas
Made of Lawn with embroidered
edge, short sleeves, belted styles—1.
5o
values, 4 AQ
special.•«.m'~*........... s
Long Kimonas
of Lawn and Challie in aeveral styles
—1.75 values, 4
special Isfw
Big June Savings in Our Busy Basement Monday and Tuesday
Lonsdale Cambric Two Sheeting Specials
8-4 Fine Unbleached Sheeting, al
ways sold at 23c. Monday
be held in Buffalo, N. Y., June 20, re
turning via Washington and Chicago.
Miss Constance Watson is ejected
home from Smith college, North Hamp
ton, Mass., June 17.
Mlss A. E. Spear of Jamestown will
arrive Monday for a visit of a month
with Mrs. J. S. Watson, at her Eighth
street south home.
-Sh—
Mrs. Elisabeth Morey returned Mon
day from a two weeks''visit in Hills
boro. Mrs. and Mlse Morey will be at
home in the J. L. Graves house on
Sixth avenue north during the summer.
-4Si—
Miss Lilian Van Horn Is reported ill
from an attack of tonsilitls.
—d)—
Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Gardner and
son reached home Wednesday from a
winter in Florida. They expect to get
into their south Ninth street home by
the middle of the month.
—(9)—
A. I* Moody sailed May 27 from Bos
ton to Europe. He goes with a party
of friends from the Hub to tour Eu-
OSTEOPATHY A RELIEF TO OI8«
EA8E8 OF WOMEN.
Mrs. Foraker once said that for re
lief given to women alone osteoparthy
has a right to exist as a school in It
self.
There are thousands of women sac
rificed unnecessarily to the knife.
Many cases come to me who have been
operated upon in our local hospitals
who have not been rf»lleved. many not
benefited at all. So when a case can
be relieved by osteopathyt it Is by far
the best and safest method of treat
ment.
Dr. Ella Hull msjsef a specialty of
diseases of women* Office, S Broad
way.
THE FARGO FORUM AND DAILY REPTBLICAN, SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 5, 1909.
Extra Specials in Our Ready-to-Wear
Department (or Monday and Tuesday
of
Children's Dresses at
Half Price
To close out*a line of children's
Dresses, 2 to 14 years. We will sell
them at just Hall Regular Prices.
This lot includes Percales, Ging
hams, Madras and White Lawq#.
New White Waists
Handsome ne#
Waists, tailored
effects
special at
Our Extraordinary Cot Prices on All Spring Suits and Coats
WILL CONTINUE ALL NEXT WEEK.
Irish Linen
3.50
Hand embroidered
Waists, made in very
neat designs special.
c'gns in Linen
irjd side button
Notion
Department
Co gate s Fine Giy
ceriue Toilet Soap
the regular toe cake.
Mooday and Tu*»day
Special,
par cake...... V
erclianflise
Women's White Wash Dresses
A beautiful assortment of Women's
White Oae Piece Dresses, in plain styles
and elaborately trimmed gowns, at spec
ial prices.
See Oar Special Fancy Trimmed
Gowns at
€.50 and 8.50
7.50 to 12.50 Dress Skirts for 3.98
Women's good style separate skirts,
plain gored and pleated styles, made up
of fine serges and panamas light colors,
black and plain, navy and brown all of
them original 7.50 to 12.50 value?,
Monday and Tuesday Q|
your choice at wO
Hats at Less Than
Half Price
Ladies' Hats worth to $$ in black and
colors, all new summer an* spring
modes special A AC
tQ ClOS^.-j
and wings, worth to $7.50
ipccitl. «s ss«« «t
Special Sale of Kimonas and Dressing Sacques
4k Qf*
and Tuesday special l«Pli
9-4 Fine Bleached Sheeting
Our 27c quality Special
Monday and Tuesday dSivulljf
12 yard limit in above sheeting.
dm
flats Wofth np to $7.50 Spedai
at $3.50
Milans, Tuscans and fancy braid Hats,
trimmed in flowers, feathers, aigrettea
3.60
Dressing Sacqnes of Lawn
Belted styles in light and dark JE fk
colors. Extra special
Dressing Sacques of Figured Lawn
In blue, pink and lavender belted styles
regular 1.00 values, "7 On
special I Ov
Dressing Sacqnes of Striped
and Figured Lawn—made with belt
and peplum—1.25 values,
special ejrClC»
12^3 Figured Organdies 9c
50 pieces of new light style figim
Organdies best I2^c grade fk.
Special Monday and Tuesday vl
Brown Sheeting for 5c
It
One bale of fine 36 inch unbleached
Sheeting regular 7c quality. KZ**
Monday and Tuesday .... OC
15 yard limit to a buyer.
long reejt gtftsV
rope and get
strenuous life.
Mrs. Dave Dinnle of Minot and Mrs.
James Dinnle of Grand Forks spent
Wednesday in Fargo, shopping.
Mrs. Mary E. McAllen announces the
engagement of her daughter. Teresa
Agnes, to Gordon Hall Nesbit
Mrs. S. G. Glaspell of
was the guest of Mrs. J. S
Wednesday.
(j)""
Jamestown
Watson on
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Smith and fam
ily will leave next Wedneeday for
Lake View Spring house, at Detroit.
The Round Dosen club will hold its
last meeting oh Saturday and will be
the guests of Mrs. W. J. Price, who
entertains at. 500 at the Gardner in
the afternoon, followed by a 6 o'clock
banquet in the dining room.
On Monday evening, twenty-eight
of the younger smart set enjoyed a
progressive dinner, given In honor of
Miss Vivian Dinnle, Clarence Elkln
and Howard Maher, visiting guests in
the city. At 8 o'clock the first course
was served at the home of Miss
Margaret Hoi lister, who was assisted
by Miss Harriet Hunt, the second.
Miss Kathlln Wheelock and Miss Jes
sie Edwards assisted Miss Luclle
Bristol, at her home. Miss Alice
Lewis served the third course, and
the fourth was given at the mayor's
home with Miss Claire Elliott hostess.
She was aided by Miss Eva Shea and
Miss Emma Miller. Following this
was a box party at the first perfor
mance at the Grand, from whence the
party proceeded V the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. Hunt and spent the
remainder of the evening In dancing.
Cake, ices and coffee were served
there. Each home was attractively
decorated with flower* and all the aj-
•j
pointments were perfect. Mrs. Hol
lister and Mrs. Hunt were chaperones.
—®v-.
Dean and lire. Burleeon left Twee
day morning for a trip to the wait
before golnk on to New York. Wed
nesday was spent in Jameetown with
a brother of the dean. Tbey expect
to pass about six weeks tn California.
Miss Laura Blrchall accompanied
them.
Mre. N. McKeller gives a luncheon
on Mender at 1:30 in honor of Mrs.
Graves. whe leaves on Wedneedajr for
the coast.
—•(5
The F. H. club will have a luncheon
on Tuesday noon at tee Gardner for
the departing members.
Mri. A. T. Shotw«H cam* home
Thursday from Melissa, wfth Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Parker, who were Iter
gueats over Sunday.
Mre. George EH Hall gtves a dinner
on Sunday to friend* whe are leav
ing town.
Iflee Katharine aad Mary Nllea «f
Fergua Palls, Mlnr »re the gueets of
their coualn. Miss Hortenae Charest.
Mr*. R. 8. Tyler arrfved from At
lantic City on Wednesday evening,
and e the guest of Mr. and Mre. W
H. White.
Mrs. Jennlng lp back from a Winter
In the south, and Ui visiting with
M*J. and Mrs. C. W. Darling.
The Misses Maries and Margaret
Kresg of Chicago reached Fargo Sun
day noon, and will be the guest* of
their aunt, Mrs. N. McKeltar, for a
couple of weeks.
Mrs. Prank Thompson and Mies
Jerry will leave June 11. for Lake Me
lissa.
Miss Blanche King returned to her
St. Paul home after a two-weeks' visit
with Mrs. Frank McKene.
—9)—
Mre. Peter Zlllott and family and
Mrs. Frank McKone will leave for
Detroit on June 15, where they have
one of the new Blanding cottages,
west of Oeetllnga.
Fred and Eva Hector are ««fceeted
home on Saturday evening from their
schools In the east, and the family will
leave at once for their handsome sum
mer home on Lake Detroit.
Mrs. J. C. Hunter and Mlse Deborah
returned home from New York City
on Wednesday, where Miss Deborah
has been attending Mrse Finch's fin
ishing school.
Kenneth Phelps, whr has been at
tending the college of medicine and
surgery at the University Minne
sota, has returned to Fargo and ex
pects to spend the summer vacation
here.
Mrs. E. C. Eddy entertained the
Eastern Star 500 club Monday after
noon In honor of Mrs. George Pirie,
who, with her family, will soon leave
for her new home in Oregon. The
house was artistically decorated with
spring flowers and during the after
noon a dainty menu
Mrs. H. W. Grasse gave a bridge
luncheon on Wednesday afternoon at
her Moorhead home, at 2 o'clock, to
thirty ladies. Miss Grace Perley was
honor guest. Throughout the pleasant
rooms huge clusters of white and pur
ple lilacs were tastily arranged. At
the small tables a spray of whits lilac
blossoms marked each place and a
bunch of the same, tied with white
ribbon lay by the plate of the guest of
honor. A dainty and delectable lunch
eon was served, followed by bridge,
at which game the trophies were won
by Miss Perley, guestt prise Mrs.
T. Pomeroy, honor score, and Mrs. C.
E. Shapletgh, progressions. Miss An
na Lamb assisted Miss Edith Grasse
throughout the afternoon.
Mrs. P. C. Hallos" boMS from a
week In Detroit, Minn.
—Q—
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Barnes are at
Big Pine Lake, Minn., for the lake sea
son. They have purchased a cottage
there for a summer home.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mathews left
Thursday afternoon for a two weeks'
trip to Louisville, Ky.
-w~
W. R. Edwards left Thursday after
nlin for a month's trip in the west.
Mrs. T. H. McEnroe and two chil
dren will leave when school is out for
Fort Dodge, la., where they will spend
the summer with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Dodge.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Wright and two
children are expected home next week
from a month's visit at sad near
Detroit, Mich.
Wm. Metzger of Houghton, Mich.,
arrived Tuesday and is visiting Mr.
Mrs. J. L. Graves and two cbildr
will leave Wednesday for the summ
at the coast.
Mr. and Mrs. R. K. KeWer and 11
tie daughter will take their depai
ure the last of the month for au e»
tended trip through Canada, west
the coast, returning via. Portland.
The popjular Tuesday After no
Bridge club has disbanded for
summer.
Mrs. Eg. P. Sunberg reached hoi
Tuesday evening from a winter
the west and is wfth Mrs. Sunlx
at the Gardner.
Mrs. Charley Foster was a Hope v
itor thif week the guest of Mr. a
Mrs. Richa-rd Lathrope.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Relnecke h«
returned from Iowa, where they w
called by the serious illness «C,
Refnecke's parents.
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the ladies present.
discussed by
Mrs. Sldnee Tattee of Minneapolis
spent Tuesday in Fargo, the guest of
Miss Tozler. Mrs. Tattee also visited
her sister and brother, Mre. Bell and
Albert Jewett at Casselton. She was
accompanied by her 8-year-old eon.
knowledge of The Functions of The Eye
Is necessary, to fit spectacles as
they should be fitted.
Glasses fitted by simply trying
glass after glass until one is
loand that gives good vision
are apt to
Prove Injurious
There are no haphazard metlt*
ods in our tests. Each test is of
vital importance, and year eft*
are safe in our hands.
E. P. Suntibcrg & Ca
the guest of her uncle amd aunt. Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. Tverhart.
—ig)—
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. I. Foster came
home from a visit with her daughter,
Mrs. F.ichard Lathrope. in Hope on
Monday night. Mrs Poster was away
ten days and Mr. Foster went down
for over Sunday.
—(5)—
DtU hall was the scene of much
festivity on Tuesday night when the
Fargo college students gave a recep
tion to the seniors of the Fargo and
Moorhead high schools and the senior
props of the Fargo college.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ruettell of Island
park, are building a large oottage at
Klllarney Beach, Minn.
—-^fV
The tulip beds and other city park
Improvements are muoh admired by
the public.
Mrs. P. H. Rourke of Liebon. K. D..
was in Fargo a few days this week.
returning home Friday morning.
Miss Emily Wctzig, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. H. C. Nolforth.
of Minneapolis, the past week, returned
to attend the Olsen-Le Hennepe nup
tials.
—*v_
Iverson of Hannaford was an ar
rival In the c.ty last evening and *s
spending the day e on business.
|«M and Silversmiths, Mfg. Opticians.
.% ,v%, 1
Robert Lane of Chaffee is
ing business lr. Fargo today.
George Harris is a visitor from Cas
selton today.
Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Stone of La
Moure are guerrts at ths Waldorft
Miss Janet Adams of Tower City la
visiting with Fargo friends.
—(8)—
State Senator and Mrs. Maynard
Crane of Cooperstown are In Fargo
for the day.
S. G. More, the well known Buffalo
banker, is spending the day with
friends aad business associates la this
I city.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Blanchard are a
newly married couple from Lisbon whe
have been spending the past few day«
in Fargo on a wedding trip. They bavt
been guests at the Prescott.
~JSy~
One of the prettiest home weddings
of the year occrrcd Wednesday after
noon when Miss Elizabeth Randileer
Olson, yongest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. K. Olson, was united in marriage
to Leonard Le Hennepe of Carrlngton
N. D. The ceremony was performed
by Rev. Romsdahl at 4 o'clock, in th«
presence of the near relatives and a
few intimate friends. Ml"s Olsen was
gowned In a dainty white lace princess
and carried a large bouquet of whlti
carnations. Miss Pauline Pedersor
presided at the piano and ushered lr
the pridal pair to the sweet strains o
Mendelssohn's wedding march. Th
bridesmaids were Misses Hattle An
dersgard and Pcullne Piderson, ant
precedel the pride, who was leanln
on the arm of her father. Preoedin
them was little Margaret Gllbraith, i
niece of the bride, the rlnr bearer. Th
groom was accompanied by John Nel
son and the groom and the best man
entered from the living room while th
rest of the bridal party entered fror
the reception hall, meeting under a
arch of cherry and apple blossom
where Rev. Romsdahl was awaiting.
profusion of flowers everywhere greet
ed the eyes and were tastily arrange
throughout the house. As Mrs.
Hennepe passed up the stairs to do«
her traveling suit, she threw the bot
quet, which was caught by her slste
Miss Vallle Olsen. The bride's goln,
away suit was a blue broadcloth, wit
mat to match. Following the ceri
mony wedding dinner was served
the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Le Hennej
left on the late evening train for
brief wedding trip at the lakes. Th
twill be at home after July 1 at Car
rington. N. D. The out-of-town guest
and Mrs. E. C. Anderson. Mr. Mets- were Mr. anJ Mrs. W. B. Galbraith ar i
ger may decide to locate here. daughter Margaret, of St. Paul Mrs
Mrs. M. S. Vidai and Mrs. CbSs.
Knowles, both of Minneapolis atid
both former residents here, we"
Fargo visitors at the Gardner this
week. They stopped here on the wf
home from a trip to Bitter Riv«
Mont., where they purchased frv
farms with a colony of Mlnneapol •.*.
Investors. They took their departu.
for home on Thursday afternoon.
E. A. Wilson was a passenger
Freeport, III., to meet his wife and
father, and ail will take an extent:
western trip.
Miss Mildred Bverhart j» Norft
Va., arrived in Fargo Tuesday after
noon and will remain some time as i
1*^ 'iliW/
1#
Anderegard of Comstofck. and Vallle
Olsen of Minot, all s.liters of the bride.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Paulson and Mrs.
T. M. Dollttle of Jamestown are visit
ing In Fargo.
—$-
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Woodward of
Page are spending a low days in the
city.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. f?rau(f
Forks arrived In the city last evening
and are guests at the Gardner.
Monday evening from 8 to 10 o'clock
the ladies of the Gethsemme cathedral
gave a farewell reception Dean and
Mrs. Burleson In the parlors of the
Gardner hotel. At least 200 guests took
this opportunity to say good-bye to
the dean and his wife. Lilacs were
profusely used In the decorations.
Sw«»et strains of mu:!c from the Fargo
college orchestra were wafted through
the rooms, during the reception hours.
Refreshments were served from a room
adjoining the parlors.
Mre. H. J. Laffltte from Fergua
Falls, Minn., la visiting Mre. Roger
Brown.
(Additional Society on Page Five)
My Business Standard
1 treat e*eryhv1y fair nnd just and *xartlJ
slikft. I am in pprf»'*t health and strf-nirth
sod
live a perfect moral life. I attend strictlj
to business, arid turn out the finest dental work
in the city, so if 1 grt an f.ppnrt unitjr to be
idle it is strictly your fault and not mine.
Come to ms
office
on North Broadway when
yon waat to bn sure of fine dental work,
DS. A. P.
JOHNSON.
707 North ((roadway.
BENSON A JOHNSON, MsSMes,
705 North Broadway.
Come Here!!!
and get yoor prices "n Lumber.
kod grade, iairpric^-P, squared
Interior Lumber Co.
IDA MF.LIN
OUropcdlsl, Electrotlstel
Superfluous hair,
wsrU,
moles, wet s
removed. hucce»sfully
treats sort-.
25c bunions 50c.
US lir.NNidwii
PHONfr I
McCray
Refrigerators
ar« ua«d by the Gov«rnaetit In the Fwd
faating Laboratories of the Departia* .'.
of Agriculture, in theCemnJaaaryC-n-art
Ftient. on the battle stilt* »nd vrhwrever
perfect refrigeration la imnanded.
They are beet bec&uae the McCray patent
system of refrigeration jfivca coonlaot
circulation of pure, cold, dry air.
Come in and let a« yotj how hey
sire built—how the perfect insulation pr«
•enta the rapid consumption of ice- why
they keep iooda p«rf«ct uid prevent the
»ntermingliiiK of odura.
McCray Refri*trat(*s km besa the
Standi* rd for a quarter of s century ««4
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Great Bargains
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Voile Skirts $4.25 np to $15.09
Panama Skirts $4.25 up to $15.00
Silk Shirt Waists, all kinds... $1-50 up to *6.50
Unen Open Work Center Pieces
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Description
Drop in anJ see us, we will please you and save
you from 25 to 50 per cent on your purchase.
i'.'609 Second Avenue North j.
Phone UTS i- farQO. V.fi.
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