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IT'S YOU, WE AIM FOR, WE WANT YOUR PATRONAGE AND WE'^IE WILLING TO PAY FOR IT. HIGH QUALITY STORE JAMES HUGHES, ST. ANTHONY, IDAHO. A FARMER can do (little with his land un Me must plow, plant, watch and wait bef . fruit. He must devote time, energy an ing. So it is with a merchant who wishes his hr are now planting the see<(l for a future greatness in order to build up a greater following. ess it is cultivated. >re he can pluck the id money to cultivat isiness to grow. We sacrificing profits, a?, a?. (=2, & e. e & G OING to start a sale here that will furnish the good folks of St. Anthony, the newest—most stylish, most wantable merchandise for less money than the) - can purchase the; same quality in any city in the Union. Easy enough, you will say, to make this state ment in print, but one visit here will satisfy the most skeptical of our sincerity. The following prices tell only part of our interesting story. With everÿ Purchase of $25.00 or over, a handsome Moquette Rug*. You get a coupon for each purchase, qnd when your coupons indicate that you have purchased $$5.00 worth of merchandise, you get this handsome $3.50 Moqpette Rug with our compliments, absolutely free. MEN S CLOTHING. armmua ckxc a t. bins AT CUT PRICES. The best makes from the best makers. Perfect fitting, or if ^niy alterations are necessary, they will be made at our epxentfe. BEST $10 VALUES FOR $7.50 BEST #12.50 VALUES FOR $10.00 [ BEST $15 VALUES FOR *12.50 BEST $20 VALUES FOR $ 1 5.00 With money back, if any competitive establishment can make you believe that the values have been exaggerated, or the savings ve been mis-represented. YOUTHS' SUITS. An even one hundred to fit young men from 14 to 20 years of |age. Nobby fancy and plain weaves—positively $9 and $10 lvalues FOR $5.50 LITTLE FOLKS SUITS. FIVE GI^EAT BARGAINS. 20 Dozen Menjs and Boys LINEN CRASH HATS They sell universally at 50c and cheap enough at that. Sale price 35e. | 51) Dozen SHIRTS. The famous "Elgin" brand Negligee—selling regularly for $1.35 in the sale at $1.15 100 Doztn Men's FANCY HOSE. Selling regularly at 35c per pair, or 3 pair for $1. in the sale at 25c AO Dozen Men's BALBldGGAN UNDERWEAR. The very best 50c grades all sizes—sale price 35c. Men's NECKWEAR. It is well known that we carry the best 50c line in this section of the world. All stvles in this sale at 35c. ■ I.very new and up-to-date idea for lads from 2j'a to 6 years. I The Norfolk, with small collar buttoned high to neck, or with I embroidered sailer collar; likewise the stylish .".-piece suits and RU Russian blouse suits with knickerbocker trousers; and for 'bwr boys, the suits with double breasted styles and single pleated I Norfolk suits. $1.50 for best 82.25 values. $2.50 for best $4.00 values. $3.50 for elegant S5.()0 values. SILK DRESS WAISTS'). Ad colors and White and Black Exquisitely made \\ ''•uidsomest lace yokes and cuffs and collars. 1 he new f le> : ,re all perfect. The values we give here are von will find them priced in most other stores. ,lu ; price means an enormous saving on the newest $3.50 values for 82.00. $4.50 values for 83.08. $5.00 values for 84.1 5. $7.50 values for 80.35. DRY GOODS. A 25 Per Cent Saving Guaranteed. Here you will Ifind the handsomest assortment of silks and satins and woolensj and wash goods and crepe de chines, voiles, etamines, linens, towelings and domestics. The reductions dur ing this sale vary from 10 per cent to 40 percent and will average 25 per cent. Profit by it. SCOTCH SUITINGS—pure wool, 38 and 40 inches wide handsome design, i Purchased at retail at 05c a yard and cheap enough at that ; in the sale at 49c ETAMINES—50 inches wide, black, blue and brown—war ranted to be the best $1.25 grades—plain and fancy weaves—sale price only 85c ETAMINES- -40 inches wide—brown, blue, gray and black; and Brilliantine 40 inches wide—red, blue, black and gray—extra good quality for 49c HENRIETTAS—40 inches wide- red, brown, black blue and gray for 49<j FANCY MOHAIRS—44 inches wide—black ground with white knotted stripes, and green ground with white knotted stripes, magnificent $1.25 qualities ; likewise black Lansdown, $1.25 grades—38 inches wide; likewise lace Mohair in black 44, inches wide- exquisite summer dress goods; also all wool Bunt ing -black 44 .inches wide, one of the newest materials for rich dresses shown tiffs season. These are all $1.2.) grades in the sale at 98c A SALE ON SHOES. $H0E $422 The best evidence that our shoes give entire satisfaction, is that the business in this department is growing ^beyond our fondest expectations. The reductions here quoted are great enough to justify folks in laying in supplies for the present and for future needs. Bring the family. Mens SHOES. $1.50 for best $2. grades. $2.00 for best 2.50 grades. $3.00 for best 83.50 grades. $4.00 for best $5. grades. Boys' "Harcj Knock" SHOES. Sizes lljj to 2. The $2.| qualities for $1.05 Sizes 2 Jf: to 5. The $2.25 qualities for $1.10. Ladies' Fine Hand Turned SHOES. Goodyear welt- the ver\j best and newest $5. grades - in the sale at $3.50 Ladies' Bt^st $3.50 Shoes. The John Strutman popular make in this sale at 82.50. Ladies' Walking Shoes. $2 grades for 81.50 ( Little Wfonien's Shoes. Sizes 7 to 12. Sizes 12 to 2. $1.75 gr; Separate Dress Skirts. All wool clojh, all newest cut, plain and fancy weaves, an elaborate showing. $5[00 values for S3.1 5. 00 values for 83.98. 50 values for 85.50. .00 vaiues for 80.98. $10.00 values for 87.50. $1 2.50 values for 88.50. Summer Waistings. ttv Flannelette colors and pre Leghorn G and combinatio Toie du N designs, usual Blue Ribbo 12'jc. values for wraps and dressing gowns and kimonos all .• designs. 15c values for 12; jc. ngliams, mottled, check, striped, t. nc\ coio.ings 17! jC. values for 12'_-c. nrd Ginghams, great variety oi color in a- 1 15c. qualities for 11c. :G ingham, Double fold. Twenty pieces, positive hr 10c. ides in the sale at 81.50 $2. grades, also at 81.50 Boy's Solid, Strong Work Shoes. Sizes 5 to 2 about thirty dozen of them a little more than half price—arranged in lots at from OOc to 95c per pair. "muslin Underwear. 39c for pretty musilu gowns with tucked yoke, good full garments worth 50c. 09c. for extremely pre yokes trimmed with embro 98c for very handsome city muslin gowns with high necks, sidery, worth 85c. cambric gowns, Empire style, sleeves and yoke embroidery trimmed, regular $1.25 values. 19c for pretty hemstitched muslin drawers, full size, 25c values. 25c for fine muslin drawers, daintily trimmed with hemstitched tuck-, wide flounces 40c values. O'.'c for lace trimmed muslin drawers, deep flounces, 50c values. x9e for fine cambric underskirts, deep flounces trimmed with beautiful embroidery; $1.25 values. $1.50 for elegant cambric underskirts, deep full flounces, besv.ff: dl; trimmed vviht lace or embroidery, dust ruffle, good • r nicely trimmed corsei covers, well made, 35 values. !9 for cor et covers) trimmed with dainty lace, good 50c values. t ,v >r corset cover. 1 ) haudomely trimmed with lace, 75c values.