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C iivniin for Public Suuurc Dollnri
lroKreiiiInB Sn t li tit ctorlly Work
tlutt Wu > Done Ycntcrdnj
Tho first ono thousand contributions to
ward Houstons public square will bo re
corded by tonight
Only ono dollar has been asked from
each person and no more than one dollar
has been accepted
This Is strictly a dollar canvass and
the ladles reprOsontins the Daughters of
tho Confederacy are determined to secure
60000 of these dollars It possible
All the committees are requested to
make a canvass today and to make their
reports is rapidly as possible
Mrs J C Hutchcaou president of R E
Lee chapter is quite anxious to have a
thorough canvass made of the Fifth ward
She belleves that the residents of that sec
tion of the city aro especially Interested
In this movement for a public square and
that they aro willing to help In every way
possible In order to facilitate the can
vass she requests that n few ladles resid
ing In the Fifth ward volunteer to help
In the work Those desiring to aid In this
way should send their names to Mrs
Only a few committees reported yester
day though It is known that several ladles
were at work It Is again requested that
the lists be sent In dally
One dollar collections reported by Mrs
D F Stuart and Miss Jenule Hunter
Mri Lucy White Mrs B G > Waddlll
Sirs S V Wagner Mrs S H Iirashear
Mrs B G Bartholo Mrs B M Longcope
me Mrs M Springer
Mi = O H HimlttonMrs E S Hclslg
M > s M A Cutler Mrs Itobert Wood
Mri F V nelehardtMrs I Scharpe
Mr A E Rector Mrs W II Slosson
Mf Kinst Geo Gaerten
G 15 > ers A Reblero
C Vh Di L Quinby
Ropnrted by Mr J C Ilulcheson
Mrs T W Archer Mr T W Archer
Sirs R B Davis Mrs It Black
Mrs J Toiken Mic r F Mullor
Mrs n L Rnbby Mrs W II 1erklns
Mrs B Fitzgerald Mr Wm Bjttler
Reported by Mrs B F Woems
Mr W F Delery Mr Clis Womner
Mrs C II Tips Mr It Saner
Mr K S Fox Mr r Rice
Mr H II Luninth Mr C W Welch
Mrs J M Lew If
Reported by Mm R M Johnston and
Mrs I C Walker
Chas Culmore Mrs J H Cato
fi D Magers Mrs S D Magers
Roberts Brcs Mrs Z F Milan
Mrs T P Swops
Rspsrted by Mrs W J Kuhnell Hotis
ton Heights
Mrs n L Coombs Mrs H D Brooks
IV nmlipr ilnllnr < < int illiutInn rc
ortoil jemcriliij ftl
Irit IoiikI rppiirtPil JW
Service at Temple Both Isrnrl will com
mence at 745 this evening Dr Lizarus
will speak on sympathy
A largo prlvato excursion party lonvcs
thla morplng over the Santa Fe for Clear
Lake where they will spam tho day
Mr T A Fowler received a messago
ycstelday from San Antonio stating that
his mother wad ctltleally 111 and not ox
pcted to live
Frink Porter colored was placed under
a 100 bond In Justice MMach8 court yes
tAllay n the charge of stoallng a watch
V ued at 5303 from a Chinaman
A half dozen little girls members of the
First Presbytemn congregation will glo
n lawn pirty this evening from 8 to 11
oclock on Gibbons lawn corner of Main
and Lamar stieets
Christ church Sunday schoil will havo
their annual picnic ot Magnolli park Satur
day next Trains will leave foot of San
Jajlnto street at a m with tho church
Sunday school and at 10 a m with the
At a meeting of tho Morgans Point l and
and Loan company It was decided to gen
erally lmproo that popular resort for the
summer The company has made Mr H
M Cartin the agent for all Its unsold
A petition addressed to the chief of po
lice aiid board ot police commissioners and
numerously signed submits the request
that Officer John Charlton bo returned to
tho lower Main street beat formerly pa
trolcd by him
Tho High school alumni will give the
graduating class the annual rocoptlon on I
Juno 7 and not on the 6th as originally
intended This change was made so us not
to conlllct with tho entertainment that will
bo given by tho St Androw cadets oa last
mentioned date j
Tho Shearn Bpworth League will hold
their first lawn social of the soason nt
tho residence of Mrs C II Bering cor
ner Louisiana and Clay Friday night A
musical programme and refreshments
will be served to which nil members and
their friends aro Invited
A unique pstouainment Is to be given to
night from 8 to 11 oclock at tho roil
dence of Mrs U F Coombs 1412 Walker
under tho auspices ot tho Ladles Aid so
cloty of the Central Christian church All
who aro Inclined to assist this bonovolont
work are cordially Invited to nttend An
cxcollont programmo Is to bo rendered and
Bummer refreshments served
ruiuoxAii sircTiojr
H J Kidder left last night for the City
of LMoxlco
W K Burgess of Waco Is domiciled nt
the Bristol
C P Dawson of Chicago Is quartered at
the Bristol
R U Webb of San Antonio was in the
city yostorday
Mr T H Spoouer of Gonzales was In tho
city yesterday
Mrs Charles H Pescay has returnod
from Now Orleaus
Mr Charles N McGaffey ot Lullng was
InHouston yesterday
Mr > V Weiss was a visitor to Houston
yesterday from Beaumont
Mr O Westmoreland was an arrival
yesterday from Eagle Lake
t V H Woodward wifo and daughter ot
North Galveston aro stopping at the Brls
Messrs F J Hardy and T D Fisher ot
El Campo were vlsltprs to Houston yes
G A Nicholson ot Lincoln 111 Inter
ested In developing the oil field at Sour
Lake Is at the Bristol
Mrs J D Watklns Mr and Mrs Geo
ftevenri and Bslev Marls were visitors to
Tiftcr Post composing room last night
wMrs Cabien Blajte received o telegram
last night announcing the death of her
lsteK Mrs James Maroney ot Dallas
Mre > a McKeen and daughter Miss
Byron left yesterday morning for Aus
Vt i
tin whero they will remain for a few
days and tljcn return and ko to dalvcs
ton which placo they will visit for a cou
ple of weeks
Dr Lamkln castor of tho First Baptist
church returned last evening from the
Southern Baptist convention and will con
due the young rieoilo meeting tonight
Ho then will Icavo for Brownwodd where
h will nrejen tho commencement ser
mon on Sunday for Howard 1ayuo col
The trains which will carry the Sacred
Heart church Sunday school excursion
ists today will Icava tho Central depot nt
0 oclock a ra and 130 p m and from
tho Houston Bast and Wost Texas depot
and 915 a m and 145 p in Returning
trains will stop at Houston Bast and West
Texas and Central depots
Of the Clitifttlun Clniruli for Kant
Trxun UlHtrlut
The meeting was called to ordor yes
terday morning at 01 oclock by the
chairman R it Hamlin Devotional ser
vices wrro conducted by Rov R V Car
ter An excellent address was given by
Rev J C Mason on Sunday Schools
Their Uses Several participated In tho
discussion which followed Next was an
interesting address by Rev D A Leak on
How to Adapt Our Preaching to the Needs
of tho People of tho District Quito a
lively discussion followed
In the afternoon devotional strvlccs
were conducted by Rov B H Wiley Rev
l A Leak was called upon to relate soino
of his ovangellsrlr exiuirlcucps and re
sponded In a happy vein The committees
on future won utid nominations repotted
In tavor of continuing the prosent work
and workers Tho committee on resolu
tions reported us follows
Rosolved That tho sincere thanks o
this convention are due
1 To tho pastor and members of the
Central Christian church and tho cltlzona
of the city of Houston for their gonerous
hospitality In entertaining the delegates I
to thla convention
Z To The Houston Post for its sonorous1
devotion of space in its columns to the re
ports or the proceedings of this conven
tion I
3 To the various railroads entering
Houston for their kindness In altordlng
libetal transportation tales so that the
delegates could more easily attend the1
Resolved That In the results ot tho work
of our district evangelist D A Leak we1
recognize the labors of a devotod and ct
flclpnt officer anil that he Is deserving
of our profounrlcat thanks and that we
pledge our heartiest support to his work
in the future We n o wish to extend our
thanks to the elders of the TInipson church
for their faithful nnd capable oversight
of the work
At night Rev B B Hall conducted the
devotional services and Uov R It Ham
lin of Palestine addressed the audlenco on
This afternoon the Christian womans
board of missions will hold n session trom
23fi to 5 oclock Interesting papers havo
been prepared by various ladlos concerning
thPlr peculiar line of work Tonight tlip
rinsing service will be held nnd an address
will be made by Rpv B C Bovnton on
Tho Evangelistic Phase of Christian
Womans Board of Mission Work
ntnilinricp Snllor Panieil Tlironuli
llniiNloii Imm MkIii
Blghtytwo Jolly Jnck tars from thn
loot ofAdmiral Dewey passed through
Houston last night over the Southern Pa
cllle in command of Lieutenant riillllp
Andrews and Boatswain J H Doylo of tbo
Now York nnvy yard They ore men who
havo sorvod their enlisted time on tho
several ship and wero discharged and aro
now on Ihelr way to Maro Islnnd navy
yard whore they will be mustered out of
Tho Buffalo tho transport on which
thrse men eanio from AInnlla loft that pirt
on Murch 23 and arrived nt New York May
la They went from that point by water
to Norfolk Va and thoro took tourist
sleepers which will carry them to San
Thej nro a Jolly lot and talked lnter
oBtlngly of tho four or six years which
they have spent on tho spis most of tfco
time In tho North PaclDu ocean Thev nro
glad to bo freo and say they will nover
enlist again for sea duty
Salvation Ami IttMippiilnir
A great many of the citizens of Hous
ton will be glad to know thit the Sil
Mttlon Army work which for nearly three
months pant has been practically nt u
standstill Is again going to be reopened
and tho forts of darknes bombarded with
all tho vigor and zeal manifested In the
peculiar mothods of army wok A now
hall has been rented at 1IG Milam tureot
which will bo formally opened by Bmlgu
Carter of Dallas on next Monday night
May 2 tit S oclock The ensign Is an of
llcor ot ability and has a vast oxperienco
and understands the army nnd ltn work
thoroughly The subject on which ho will
lecturo at tbo army barracks Monday night
will bo Tho Work ot tho Salvation Armv
From tho Groat Lakes to tho Gulf which
takes in a great many different depart
ments of army work both social nnd spir
itual It promises to bo n treat to any
ono whethor familiar with tho work of tho
Salvation Army or not In addition to tho
lecture a good supply of leu cream nnd
cako will bo sorvod
Admission will bo by ticket which will
cost tho modest sum of 10 cents each
Interred at IrargLtiiwii
Georgetown Toxas May IS Tho remains
of Oliver Clovelnnd roached hero yester
day from Houston and were burled In the
Odd Fellows cemetery
Mr Clovelnnd was the son ot tho lato
Judgo Cleveland of Houston and the
brothor of J W Cleveland superintendent
of tho Georgetown Water and Electric
SI Packards Troy Laundry has the rcpu
tatlon and holds It with tho best of work
No mixed drinks such as cocktails etc
aro perfect without Rod Cross Compound
For n night cap or an eye opener Red
Cross Compound has no equal
Those bard to please aro pleased at SI
Packards Troy Laundry
Red Cross Compound for norvousnoss
and weakness Is renowned the world over
11000 RBWARD
Dr Brandon has deposited 1000 In the
hands of Japhct Co the well known
wholesale liquor dealers ot this city
which he Is willing to forfeit to any ono
who can provo that tbo Red Crosa Com
pound can bo surpassed as u euro for In
digestion and dyspepsia
For Indigestion nothing equals Red
Cross Compound
The merchants free lunch served by
the Merchants Exchange No 216 Main
between 1130 a m aud 130 p m can
not be excelled In giving full satisfaction
Tiin unoruwva or this tsitisvT
ILiMstim nnyoiiT
Officer nt the Xcvr Itnnil Invite n
Niiinlier of Cltlcptm to lie
Their Otivxtn
The Houston Oak Lawn and Magnolia
Park Railway company which was or
ganized Tuesday gave Its Initial trip to
Magnolia Park yesterday afternoon This
trip was complimentary to the city offi
cials business men and members of the
press of Houston by the officers of this
company nnd was largely attended there
being probably 200 aboard when the train
pulled out
Tho start Was made from tho foot ot
San Jacinto street at 330 oclock There
were four coaches comfortably filled with
representative citizens of Houston all of
whom wero highly pleased to know that
the road had been put In shape and would
again give to the people of Houston a way
to get to that delightful spot Magnolia
Sweet music discoursed by Herbs band
enlivened and made the trip a most en
Joyabln one The track Is In excellent
condition and It waR but a few minutes
after the train left the city until It
rived at the park Many in fact a major
ity of those who had accepted the Invlta
tlon to make tho trip were greatly
prised at tho Improvements that had been
made on the grounds and bulldlng3 and
which were still being mado by the com
pany Somo members of the party had not
visited Mngnolla Park since the old road
craved operations some four or five years
ago and many expressed gratification at
the Idea of again having a place where
they could enjoy a days pleasure at a
small cost
Upon arrival at the park and after an
Inspection ot the grounds and buildings
Colonel Tom Richardson wi called on
for an addross and In his mual pleasing
maimer complimented the officers of tho
new company upon their enterprise In
giving to the people of Houston a way to
reach the beautiful pirk and for bavins
mado such great improvements on the
grc unds
Messrs O W Kidd and Y A Polk were
also called upon foraddresses Mr Kldd
paid a fitting tribute to the lato J T
Brady founder of Magnolia Park and
wished for the new management much suc
cess In their undertaking to mako It a
place of rendezvous for tho people of
Houston when they wanted to take a rest
from their labors
Mr Polk suld the citizens had long
wished that this park would again be
opened nnd that they would no douht lib
erally patronize the rejuvenated enterprise
Colonel N L Mills was master of cere
monies for tho occasion and right well
did ho porform his duty
At about 530 oclock the pirtv bnarded
he train for the return trip to Houston
They made a stop at Angerhoeffers
where this prince of good felhws enter
tained them most royally serving delight
ful refreshments The train arrived In
the city at C oclock
The management announce tint the
round trip faro will be CO cents to the
Fir Friday today tho trains will run
as follows Leave the city font of San
Jacinto street at 3 6 7 and 0 oclock In
I ho rveiling Returning will leave the
park at 4 fi S and 10 oclock
For Saturday the two trains chartered by
the Bplscnpal Sunday school will leave at
and 10 In the morning Returning will
Icavo the park at 530 and tl30 In the af
terncon The regular trains for the pub
lic will leave tho cllv at IS 3 5 7 and 0
p m Returning will leave the park at 2
4 S and 10 p m
The schedule for Sunday Is as follows
Will Icavo the city nt 0 10 nnd It In tho
morning nnd 1 3 5 7 ind 0 in the even
ing Returning vill lenvo the par nt
H30 10 30 nnd 1130 in the morning and
2 4 i S and 10 In Ihp evening x
The schedule given for Friday will ap
ply regularly after the ahove dates ex
cept when there aro special occasions and
tho trains aro chartered
Ofllrrr AVere ntcntril and Hie Con
vention Adjourned
Waco Texas May IS The State Phar
maceutical association met this morning to
wind uo tho thrco days session Very lit
tle business was left for thla forenoon ex
cept tho election ot officers The members
ot board ot rcsonts of tho State um
wero elected honorary members of tho as
sociation and Hon William L Prathcr ot
Waco membor of tho board was Invited
to address the convention this afternoon
The following officers wero elected for
tho ensuing year Jas Hazlett of Heaine
president J J Schatt of Galveston first
vlco president J J Thomas of Taylor
second vlco president It H Walker of
Gonzales was elected secretary and ticas
ui cr for tho fourth torm
Tehnneann Matter
Tchuacana Texas May 17 There will
be held hero this summer a normal con
ducted bv Prof M B Johnson Prof An
derson of tho university will conduct a
special course In tbe languages as Greek
Tho commencement cxerclsos ot tho uni
versity begin on tho 26th and on tho 31st
tho graduating exercises will close the
Thero aro a good many horses dying ot
blind staggers
A party of four of tho prominent people
of Tehuacana left this week to attend tbo
general nstombly at Denver Colo to bo
gone a month
Ciops aro In a splendid condition as a
result of tho heavy rainfalls recently
i inn i
Dcuianil for larnilnsr Iunit
Donlson Texas May 17 Tho prospects
of an unusual favorable season for abund
ant crops In North Toxas has croatcJ con
siderable demand for farming lnnds In this
soctlon from tho Northern States and from
tho present outlook real estate promlsei to
bo ialrly active during tho coming sea
boii Tho real estato agents nro active In
their eiforts to advertise this favored soc
tlon At a meeting held last week resolu
tions wero adopted indorsing tho move
ment of tho organization of a State asso
ciation to bo hold at Waco faoxt month
Soveral will attend from this city
IIniill In tlieTerrtltory
Tarls Texas May 18 Two men entered
ho Joint depot of tho Frisco and Choctaw
Oklahoma and Gulf railroads at Wlster
1 T last night and at the point of re
volvers mado J L Richards the ntgbt
operator open the safe only 30 in money
wan secured
San AnRolo Locals
San Angelo Texas May 16 District
court of Tom Green county convened yes
terday Hon J W Tlmmlns presiding
officers D D Wallace district attorney
O W Shields shirlff Captain Ed Duggan
clerk with a retlnno ot attorneys Jury
men and visitors attending
A number of prominent cattlemen ot
Vm Worth Indian Territory nnd Ba t Ho tud a full of lhe
Texas aro In San ngclo prospecting for Ing apparatuses aud was accoropami
cattle and ranches Somo very oxteuslvo two experts
developments 0t the gold
deals are loolted for The latest
that a yield
Full halt am II on pounds of spring fields of Howard
wool havo already been stored here and1 of 100 to the ten of ° f r on In
the buyers hero figuring for tho clip aro the recent dl eo of r > of the gold fl mines hls
A W Llttlchalo and Gcorgo R Topllff the environments °
Of Boston nnd John It Franklin of Waco adds to the l P Jl of nc prospectors °
Tho now telophono line projected to
Robert Leo and on to Swcotwater eighty
miles from San Angela Is now under course
of construction by Rust Bros
A Ileiiieil for InlmKnn frn
McKinney Texas May 17 John II
Ferguson an extensive farmer of this
county employs successfully the following
process of killing out the obnoxioui
growth known as Johnson grass Sow in
oats in fall In spring mow the oats and
Johnson grass close to the ground Im
mediately after this take a fourfoot
and hitch mules sufficient to it to pull
same at n depth of about two Inches
tho surface This causes the grass r ai
ferment and results
out Repeat the
sweep and finally plow the groundthyr
ottghly and deep with a sulky
m rfi A mm I li m m i i MM L ij ia A
gold mines of Howard r tinty
We lead
Andersons Scotcli Apron Check
Gingham bookfold C
Friday ° u
104 extra heavy quality sheeting
15c value ifn
Large size Mosquito Bars
45c value 0n
Friday UL
Antiseptic Sanitary Birdeye Diaper
10vard pieces Qkn
The Kayser patent finger tipped
allSilk Gloves colors Fawn
Tan Brown or Whie
regular 50c pair nr
Friday 6JU
Kavser 2clasp Milanese Lisle
Gloves Black and Tan nc
Friday C
35c LadiesBlack and White Stripe
Shirt Waists with collar attached
two to a customer lO
Friday 2C
50c Ladies Homespun Skirts made
with the new fan back iKn
Friday IU C
SI00 Ladies Linen Skirt Circular
Flounce tiinimed with three
rows of navy braid AQn
Friday trUL
50c Ladies fine Cambric Drawers
finished with 10 fine QKn
tucks Friday OUU
Cake Stands cut glass designs
regular 40c in
Friday <
Fine China Fruit Plates fancy
edge regular 100 set zjn
Friday UOC
Childrens Fast Black Ribbed Hose
full finished double knee heel
and toe regular 15c
Friday IUC
Childrens Fast Black Hose heavy
bicycle ribbed full regular made
double knee high spliced heel
and toe regular 25c Kfin
Friday 3 pair for UUC
Black Mohair Brocades for bathing
Suits 24 inches wide
regular 10c and I2c r
Friday C
52inch Black Mohair Sicilian ex
tra heavy 50c quality 0r
Friday LOG
Habutai Wash Silk Navy and
Black grounds with white fig
ures 29c quality IQXn
Friday 2
and drawn an army
ItlllltSVlllC ItClllH
Huntsvllto Texas May MIn W
San Angclo schools will close on the for tho Sam
of tnc alumm Prub
Cth nnd 20th
with appropriate rommonce be numbers on tbe
ment exerclscsthc public school San An Houston normal one of
gelo academy and Imma = ulato Conception programme was omitted that or i rot u
Rev P F Brannan of Wcatherford H spring of Orange vvbo Is to deliver an
will give an Interesting series of locturm najrogs 0n tho occasion
here beginning Sunday evening the 21st cantaln J G Ashford Mayor Ashford
Instant MoVsVaV It S Rather W C Jossy and
Tho revival sermons by Rev Mr Daves y A gms arc oft on a big camp hunt
at tho Presbyterian church nro attracting a tj8 weck
audience ot ovcnlngs this week prcj j noblnson editor of
left for Dallas yesterday to attend tho au
nrynn llrlef nual meeting of the Texas Prws Assocla
Bryan Texas May lSThe commission Hon of which body ho Is second pres
ers court has ordered nn election on local 1cnl
option to bo held on Tuesday June 13 la
precinct No 1 In which the town of Milll
can Is situated The petition for the elec
tion was signed by fiftytwo qualified
A move was Inaugurated here today fo ago apniicatron made with a mad
an vvas
have the business streets sprinkled This which adhered fir several hours
Is one of the best public enterprises under terrlblo consequences could not be
taken hero in some time as the streets ftverted several other people In the corn
arc very sandy and during tho dry
windy weather the sand is extremely an
Tbe Agricultural and Mechanical colle
Is preparing to royally entertain Secretary
of Agriculture Wilson who Is now in tho
State and Is expected to visit the college
before leaving Texas
Dentil from 11 ilmiilinlila
Mllford Texas May 17 A 5yearold
sen of Mr Kill of the Beo creek com
munity died of hydrophobia a few days
He was bitten about a
rnuniiy and a number of animals weio
bltym by this same dog
ffivt Pel1
itMajffrviljws was
i tlvinJMtoriSvork
IteiMlvii Appointed
chl Texas May IS The Waxs
Srocery companv wholesale had
> S tho place
In the presence of a
o j A
ltlch ArkniioiiN Oolil Mines t H < T rnti
Texarkana Texas Mav IS CPlofielt t Kyle iToVJs
nomas Parish of Nashville Ark passeti ipVj
yeai Was
irough this city today on route re IbeX d to
Arkaiaiv sfsVy ift jr
214 216 and 218 TKAVI5 STREET
WW rwm
Leigh of this city
doing business here
jears rnming here from Fort
VqHhThs caol allyi in Is from
fn prWp the ear amount could not bo
obtaincSby The Pot co > respondent
VoV < l > jiasslbly 200 ot v
in most of it dnei
shavmgTrccea iltk J jKjfif MastUar
groundW feS h L n aa sW
s ral members of tho
fton ICdgey veto aK > in att
Lodne > < Anlirej
May IS V new lodge ot
organized at Aubrey
Itli fortv members The
degree team performed
ere In
Mar is Jim Cary aged
burled here today De
thls country from Ireland
ears ago
a ftoooocooo r > 90 eoo 090oonoco OGt > or rioacoo oo o oe o
o J
others follow
Wonderful value offerings for today only
Every item will cause a stir
Limited quantities to customers none to dealers
Black Satin and Gros de Londre
Brocades all pure silk not cot
ton warp figured poplin
regular 75c and 89 A n
Friday 4oC
Guyot patent Suspenders
25c quality Friday
Mens Cambric body Silk front
Faultless Night Shirts full length
full width all sizes a i
50c quality Friday C
Mens Balbriggan Undershirts and
Drawers Egyptian Combed
w 75c
Ladies Black Tan and Chocolate
Oxford Ties broken sizes
sell regular for 5200 i en
Friday I OU
All of our S300 Wens Calf Shoes
Lace and Congress wide and
narrow toes Goodyear welts
solid and serviceable
5c for 10c and 15c Allsilk Moire
Taffeta Doubleface Satin and
Satin Gros Grain Back Ribbons
m all shades light and dark l to
H inches wide sale price c
yard O C
10c for 20cand 25c Allsilk Double
faced Satin Moire Taffeta and
Satin Gros Grain Back Ribbons
in blue pink green mode brown
navy cream maize and yellow
U to 2inches wide m
sale price IUC
15c for 30c aud 40c Heavy Quality
Allsilk Moire Taffeta and Doub
leface Satin Ribbon all this sea
sonis popular shades 22 to 44
inches wide IE
sale price I DC
19c for 35c Extra Heavy Quality
Allsilk Plain and Cord Edge
Tlei Rn ° ns the latest shades
of dahlia helio lilac violet and
new blues for neck and belt
wear 4 to 5 inches wide in
sale price VC
25c for 50c and 60 Cord Edge
and Moire Taffeta and Satin Gros
Grain Back Ribbons for sishes
and belts all the newest shades
and colorings n c
sale price ZOC
Bargains for Tod
That are unmatchable seasyt0
our prices but a hard probk
copy or match our values Yoiijj
we carry no defective stuffs and
ways SHOW what we adver
These prices for today only and
ited quantities to each customer
2 large boxes of fine Talcum Powder for
S4 unmade Mosquito Bars 50c kind
Fancy Embroidered Buggy Lap Robes 75c kind
Large size Gingham Kitchen Aprons 3 for f
100 pieces beautiful fancy striped Dimity Lawns loc kind
500 dozen Valenciennes Lace Edge worth 25c dozen at per dozen
Black Biussels Net 54 inches wide worth 75c yard
300 pieces Machine Torchon Lace Edgings and Insertions 10c kind
6 pieces Black Brocade Mohair for skirls 25c kind per yard j
6 pieces Black Brocade Mohair for skirts 40c kind per yard
30 pieces White P K 12 c kind per yard
100 Childrens Fancy Parasols 40c kind
75 Misses and Ladies White Silk Parasols 100 kind
The best Beauty Pins made per dozen
3 pairs Ladies elegant Black Dropped stitch Hose for
Ladies White Duck Skirts 85c kind 1
Ladies White P K Skirts 150 kind
Best quality Shirting Prints 10 yards for
All of our finest 50c Fancy Organdies choice per yard
20inch Black Brocade Silk 50c kind per yard
Solid color Silk Mulls 40c value
Ladies Grass Linen Skirts
Fancy Figured Dress Lawns 10 yards for
White Dimities per yard
Plain White Lawns per yard I
Bleached or Unbleached Table Linen 54 inches wide 2 yards for
Turky Red Table Linen 2 yards for
AllLinen Huck Towels lSx34 per dozen
Cotton Towels 18x34 per dozen 4
Ladies Muslin Drawers tucks or ruffle ti
Ladies Corset Covers lace or embroidery trimmed 1
Large size White Bed Quilts 50c kind
27inch Plain Birdeye 69c kind piece li
Ladies White Kid Gloves 100 kind per pair ll
Gents Fine irade Nijjht Gowns 65c kind I
3000 Ladies Handkerchiefs
10c kind
3000 Ladies Handkerchiefs
15c kind 3 for
4000 Ladies Handkerchiefs
20c kind for
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Ice Shredder
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