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PtTELEGRAM, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1910.
PAGE FIVE. & MAW&TS We will also place on sale all China and Housefurnishings at a Big Discount TEN PER CENT. OFF ON EVERY ARTICLE IN THIS DEPARTMENT This discount includes all our new Fall Shipments and Holiday Goods. DM P&Y, TOISEK 19i 'MO OTOLL L&Y HO Y found in thia otoro. It has been our good fortune in the past year to have many good stocks for our many bio rooms will bo running over with bargains for the next ten days. Go all through this advortisomont, rood i ouroly want all that is coming to you - MUG TMRRGS IN TOE MEN'S i AMD) 'BOYS CLOTIHIIIMG PEP'T. Men's Suits, Men's Overcoats, Men's Pants. Boys' Knee Pants Suits, Boys' Overcoats. Men's extra quality blue-black Kersey Ov- i ercoats at $5.00 Men's $10.00 Grey Striped Melton Over coats at $7.50 Men's Oxford Grey $10.00 Overcoats at $7.50 'Jen's extra length rough Cheviot Over- coats, worth $13.50, at $10.00 ; all sizes at $8.50 (Men's fine brown Kersey Overcoats at $16.00 Men's Cassimer Suits, worth $6.50 at.. $5.00 Men's $10.00 Cheviot suits in the new I stripes at -: $7.50 Jen's fine Cassimer Suit, $8, $8.50 and $10 Men's fine Worsted Suit:, $10, $12 and $15.00 loys' Knee Pants Suits, worth $2.50 at $1.98 )oys' Knee Pants Suits, $2.48, $2.98, $3.50 JOYS' OVERCOATS We have about 35 boys' fine Kersey Overcoats, lined with heavy wool lining that will go in this sale at $1.98, $2.50 and $2.98 Bring your boys in. Boys' long, Storm Collar, fine striped Wool Overcoats at .$3.50 to $6.00 Bargains in Men's Cravenette Coats. Men's All Wool Pants, worth $2.50 at... $1.98 Men's extra heavy cassimer pants, at ...$2.48, $2.98 and $3.50 Bargains in Men's Worsted Pants. Men's $1.50 heavy Work Pants at 98c Men's $2.50 extra heavy black cheviot Pants at $1.98 Men's All Wool Stripe Scotch Cheviot Pants $2.48, $2.98 and $3.50 ONE LOT OF MEN'S $8.00, $10.00 AND ' S12.C0 SUITS at S3.00 ONE LOT OF MEN'S FINE WORSTED VESTS, ALL SIZES AT ..39c ONE LOT OF BOYS' SMALL SIZE SUITS, WORTH $2.50 TO $3.00 at, per suit:.98c 1 LOT OF MEN'S 50c WORK SHIRTS, FULL SIZE, AT 39c i 3 oods, Blankets, Etc., at Great Saving Prices affeta 811k, 33 In. extra fine V, . Goodrich price $1.03, i 1.19 Floured 3llks, Goodrlsh '31.00, 8ale CCc ' yard-wide Guaranteed ( Goodrich prlee $1X0, Sale 733 eV' Colored Lanadown and Cloth, Goodrich prlca I1.CC 0e lagonal Suiting, 54 in. wide, eh price $1.25, Salo 69c Fancy K'ovelty Suiting, Ich price 60 and 65c, Sale.. 25c 3ray Flaid Suitings, Good- price 50c, Sale 13c of Fancy tultlnge, alto eolore, Goodrich price 39c, 15o Roubaix Suiting, Goodrich 15c, Sale 9c Plaid Suitlnga, Goodrich 15c, Sale 8,e blored fleeced back Wrapper Goodrich price 10c. Sale... 5c I back Suiting with bordera, Ich price 12'ae, Sale ......7c I Sllkollne, Goodrich price I Sale 8',ic 36 Inch Colored Egyptian Scrim, . Goodrich prlee, 25c, Sale .. 15c Vhite Lawn Dreae Gooda, Good rich price 20c, Sale 8'3c White corded Lawn Gooda, price 25c, Sale 12'2c India Llnon, Goodrich price 12'2c, tale . 8'3c Eiderdown, Goodrich price 35c, Sale 15c Eskimo Fleeced, Goodrich price, 15c, Sals 10c Outing Flannel, Goodrich price 7c, Sal 5c Dark and light Outing, Goodrich . price. 10c, Sale 7'8c Dark and light colored Outing, Goodrich price 12'c, 8ale . ...i.1Cc Indigo Blue, Gray, Red, and Black Prlnta, Goodrich price 7c, Sale... 5c 32 inch Challiee, Goodrich price 12ac, Sale 7c Table Oil Cloth, Goodrich price 20c, Sale 10c Comforts, Sllkollne, filled with cot ton, Goodrich price $1.25, Sale.. 98c Home-made Comforts, Goodrich price $2.50, Sale ..$1.98 Cray, tan and white Cotton Blank ets, Goodrich price 85c, Sale.... 68c Gray, tan and white, extra size, Cctton Blanketa, Goodrich price, $1.25, Sale 92c Gray, tan and white cotton, large aize and heavy, Goodrich price $1.50, Sale i 98c 11-4 Check Blankets, a beauty, Goodrich price, $2.50, Sale $1.98 Wool Blankets, Goodrich price $4.50 Sate $3.48 Towela, 16x32, Goodrich price 10c, Sale y 6c Towela, 19x41, Goodrich price 15c, Sale 9c Barnsley Linen bleached Crash, Goodrich price 10c, Sale 6c Unbleached Linen Crash, Goodrich price 7c, Sale 5c Bleached Crash, Goodrich price 5c, Sale 4c 42x36 in. Pillow Cases, Goodrich price 15c, Sale 10c Manchester Percale, Goodrich price 15c, Sale 9c Gallatea Cloth, Goodrich price, 18c, Sale 12'2c Table Linen, Mercerized, Goodrich price 75c, Sale 42c Table L'nen, cream colored, Good , rich price 60c, Sale 39c Table linen, silver bleached Goodrich price 75c. Sale.. 68c Table linen, 36 in. wide, satin damask. Goodrich price $1.25. Sale 89c Apron Ginghams, all staple checks. Goodrich price 7. Sale 5c 36 in. unbleached muslin. Goodrich price 7. Sale 5c Bleached muslin. Goodrich price 7. Sale 5c Bleached muslin, aoft finish, 36 in. Goodrich price 10c. Sale 7!4e KITS lodioo' Ghooo in All the - Now Fall Stylos Wn's $2.25, lace and button in patent leather at $1.69 ies vici kid Shoes, worth $2.00 at.. $1.39 lies' $2.25 Vici Kid Button Shoes at $1.48 lot of $2.50 and $3.00 Patent leather shoes at - i.y ies' $1.50 Vici Kid Shoes, heavy shoes t yc k 2.25 Gun Metal Shoes at $1.69 ies' good, heavy Calf Shoes, just the thing for wet weather at -- 98c our line of Ladies' Patent Leather Jhoes, all high grade shoes, $1.98 & $2.50 L Ladies' high qrade Shoes at $1.50, $1.69, $1.75 and $1.98. J CHILDREN'S SHOES High-grade box calf shoes, in size, 1 1 to 2, at $1.48 Misses' Kid Shoes at 98c, $1.25 and $1.48 See them. Child's good heavy box calf shoes, size 8 to 11. at - .$1.25 Children's Kid Shoes, size 21 to 5 at 48c See the Bargain Counter for extra bargains in all kinds of Shoes for Children, Men and Women. i 3 (c Men's Furnishing Goods of All Kinds to Close at a Price this is your chance now when you need all such things, to save money in this Goodrich stock sale. . Men's 10c Black Hose at 6c Men's 50c Dress Shirts at 39c Men's 25c police and firemen's sus penders at 19c Men's good, heavy ribbed Under wear, shirts and drawers, each. .25c Men's heavy fleeced back Under wear at 48c Men's Sweater Coats in grey, blue, red or brown trimmed at .....50c Men's Wool Sweater Coats, worth $2.00, in all colors at ....... $1.48 Boys' extra heavy grey Sweater Coats at - - -50c Men's extra heavy work Hose, grey and brown mixed, regular 10c quality at 7c THE SCRAP BOOK Just as Good. Tbe Conuecticut delegation to a Republican national convention at Chi cago took along a lot of badges, each ornamented with a wooden nutmeg, aays the Saturday Evening Post. The badges were very popular. Tbe dele gates from other states thought It a great Joke to wear a genuine Connect icut wooden nutmeg. Presently the man who had charge of tbe badges came to Senator Brandegee and said: "Senator, we're in a fix. All our wooden nutmeg badges are gone, and there is still a great demand for them. What can we do?" "Get some more." "But there are no wooden nutmegs In Chicago. We bad to have these especially made for us back home." All right." directed Napoleonic Brandegee; "go down " to a grocery store and buy 400 or 500 real nutmegs and stick them on tbe badges. They'll never know the difference. And they didn't. Words of Strength. There are three lessons 1 would write, Three words as with a burning pen. In tracing of eternal light Upon the hearts of men. Have hope! Though clouds environ now And Gladness hides her face In scorn. Put thou the shadow from thy brow. No night but has its morn. Have faith! Where'er thy bark be driv en The calm's disport, the tempest's mirth Know this: God rules the hosts of heaven. The Inhabitants of earth. Have love! Not love alone for me, But man as man thy brother call ' And scatter like the circling sun Thy charities on all. Thus grave these words upon thy soul Hope, faith and love and thou shalt find Strength when life's surges rudest roll, JUlgbt when thou else were blind. Schiller. lng Intensely frortfu nervous uCJUcne, andthinking perhaps bis voice might soothe her to sleep, sbe asked him to read aloud to her, which be did as tbe colored maid went back and forth about the room setting things in order for the night. Presently tbe maid quietly withdrew to the kitchen below, where the old cook. Aunt Phyllis, was awaiting ber.' "Mr. Alex sho' la a good man," said the maid. "He settin' np dar readln de Bible to Miss Alice, an' sbe sick." "Go on, chile." answered Aunt Phyl lis; "don' yo' know Mr. Alex a In' read in' no Bible? He's a lawyer!" Too Hot to Put on Paper. When Mr. Carnegie started in the steel . business be was resolved to re duce tbe appalling accidents Incidental to the work. And he was very suc cessfnl in executing this resolve. A part of his success was due. no doubt, to tbe. blank slips that every foreman had to fill up when one of bis bands got hurt. A certain workman bad one day the bad luck fb suffer a slight ac cident. His foreman, an illiterate but boneftt chap, filled oat promptly the slip wfcicb is now preserved at Sklba Tbe slip ran: "Date March 5. 1SSO. "Name James Miles. "Nature of accident Toe crashed. "How caused Oxdentle blow from sledge. "Remarks These was awfuL I will re pete to clerk verbaly." Thirsty and Disgusted. On tbe line of the Missouri Pacific railway, just over in Oklahoma from Coffeyvllle, Kan., is a small place call ed Nowatta. A state law. in Kansas prohibits the carrying by tbe railroads of public drinking cups on trains. Not long ago a farmer from Iowa, on a Missouri Pacific train in Kansas near Coffeyvllle, wanted-a drink of water. He did not know about tbe law. Going to the water cooler, be began looking for tbe cup. When be failed to find It he sought the chair car porter, a negro, and asked for it "Law doan' 'low no public cups on dese beab trains." said tbe porter. ' Tbe Iowan was deeply disgusted. He returned to bis seat and grumbled until the train crossed the Oklahoma-Kansas line. Shortly after that tbe negro porter stuck his bead in tbe door. "Nowatta!" be called. Tbat increased the Iowan'a disgust ."In Kansas they don't have no drink in' cups," be said to tbe man in tbe next seat, "an in Oklahoma no water on trains. Danged if I don't stay in Ioway for the rest of my life, if I ever git back there without dryin up of thirst." Denver Times. Mistaken In the Book. . A New York lawyer who employs colored help in bis borne tells this story on himself: On.one occasion his wife was suffer- WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS Have you overworked your nervous sys tem and caused trouble with your kid neys and bladder? Have you pains in loins, side, back and bladder? Have yoa a flabby appearance of the face, and un der the eyes? A frequent desire to pass urine? If so. Williams' Kidney Pills will cure you Druggist, Price 60c WILLIAMS MFC CO.. Prop. For sale by Conkey Drug Co. A Persistent Office Seeker. Governor Stanley . of Kansas was once so pestered by office seekers tbat be found it necessary publicly to make tbe statement that in view of tbe ex ceedingly numerous applications for office be bad received through the mails be abould be unable to give any attention to them, much less afford any hope of success to the various ap plicants. In tbe course of a few days after making tbe statement in question the governor received tbe following note: "My Dear, Governor I understand tbat you have -said tbat you were go ing to take a week off to destroy tbe pile of letters asking for Jobs. If ev erything else Li gone. then, my dear governor. I should like tbe Job of tear ing up tbe letters." Senator 's, went to him and said, "Sen ator Blank, I want you to give) me 126." "What for?" demanded the new mem' ber. "For McCook's wedding present,'. explained Senator X. "I'll see you about It tomorrow' an swered Blank, with a scowl. "All right," said Senator X. as be walked away, "but don't forget it Senator Blank watched him until he was out of bearing and then, turning to his colleague, remarked with warmth: "Well. I've heard of cheeky things in my life, but tbat man beats all. What do you think? He Just asked me to give him 125 to buy a wedding present for his cook!" A Preventive Measure Six-year-old Harriet announced he. Intention of giving up her German les sons with fraulein. "She hugs and kisses me all tbe time Tm at lessons, and ugh I do bat Dutch!" Harriet explained. ' Father, who Is something of a diplo mat, reasoned with her. "See here, my little girl, I have read German and French with fraulein ever since) I was your age. and she has never triad to bug or kiss me." ' "Father," observed the child dryly, "you had better touch wood." 8ucceea Magazine. ' Why He Applauded. characteristic anecdote it told of Cberublni, tbe most Jealous of the Ir ritable genus of composers. He had been prevailed upon to be present at tbe first representation of tbe work of a confrere, and during the first acts, which were much applauded by the public, be bad kept a gloomy alienee. The third act was less favorably re ceived, and a certain passage especial ly seemed to cast a cold blanket over tbe spectators, when the old maestro, to the astonishment of his friends, wss seen to applaud heartily. "Do you really like that duo?" asked one of them. "I should have thought It waa one of tbe poorest and coldest in the whole opera." "You idiot," answered the maestro, with genuine naivete, "don't yon see that If I did not applaud It he rnigb possibly cut It out?" 'Apt. . : . Teacher What Is the feminine of nobleman? Smart Girl Pupil Heir ess! London Tit-Bits. PRETTY CHEEKY. fit Least the Senator's Demand Struck His Colleague as Such. . Soon after the convening of a new session of congress announcement was made of the approaching marriage of Anson G. McCook, who was then sec retary of the senate, A subscription was Immediately started among the senators for the purchase of a wedding present. Two or three prominent sen ators volunteered to collect the money. Senator one of tbe richest men in the senate" at that time, was one of these. .. ' . Seeing a new senator who bad not yet been approached on the subject. WELL KNOWN MINISTER. Restored to Health by VinoL Rev. D. Schneider, who Is a well- known minister in Rice Lake, Wis., writes: "I had a very severe stomach trou ble last year from which I was kept in bed three months. I had engaged the services of a doctor, but to no avail. I then read of Vinol and de termined to try a bottle. Before it was used up I was out of bed, and four bottles made me a well man. Vinol is a splendid medicine and I can gladly recommend it." Prominent men from all over the country do not hesitate to indorse this wonderful tonic. For twelve years Vinol has been sold on the "money back" plan and every year strengthens it's populari ty and proves by continued tests that it will do what we claim for it. Leo H. Fine. Druggist, Richmond, Indiana.