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JAPANESE KEEP UP THE
FIGHT ON PORT ARTHUR
MIKADO'S SOLDIERS MAKE ASSAULTS ON RUSSIAN POSITIONS
AND BOMBARD THE CITY
. I'> Si-ilrpe N»w» Aia'n.)
TOKIo, tvt. t>.—lt It reported
here that the i|mniH«' mad* I ttr*
-I>«m »««• aisault on the ea.«trrn fort*
of the Keekwan group at IVit Ar
thur on (Vtober N and Ml».|i<r.t the
HitMlan Kiiti-rii *.
The Ituxxian Latin i*< on Itthl*
lung mountain ami 3unghoh««alii
ANSWERS
DAULTON
JUDGE GEORGE SHOWS WHY
CRITICISM IS UNWARRANTED
Jin!*.' tieorg*. of the municipal
court, takr* luaue with Councilman
Itaulton In hi* crttlrlittn of th*
method* In whlrh the |<ulle* rourt
. I* >-»M>!ll> ll'.l lu.ll, (1,! 1,. I)!,' Slj.
Judge i:-.<i Xt- uwkca the following
•tatemrnt:
In your i«uc of w . -it.•« i .\.
the. Hth nit. I notice an .ii
-1 title nn.'tti'K •"> •)•.<• \'.':> ■•ti !>>tullan
; ac *evercly rrttl<l«ln« in* •nil my
I adir.ln -< ot the municipal
. court. The !•■.i.ii.-ik i niiii.- of S'-.iti!..
t know thai I ■in not In the habit of
drfelliiiliis tir>«ilt a*.l tint In* nt.
(»• W» ot tlli'ij. li«:bl.' I I II!, n WhlW*
uttrr.m..i are unually li'.«;-'.i« I In
li*t*>nal or [•••in:. -i! enmtiy. Hut
' »b«i an offUUI of tb* city »• v<-»
though he b# .■[■[■•.••■. 110 ni« in polit
ical faith, a* Air. Daulton U) ••-«■» fit
t« call Into question the official act*
I jcf another, city ttffirer, the matter
»n** fairly be r ii I to rail for •■■ur
- ; notice from Ih* on* no assailed. Mr
Paulton .1 m* •T ' - l.iic<-!>' on Ma o*n
'authorltv. that I have nut i loi.ilv
i«uj-(orIr I th* [•>!!• «• offl, • r« In their
M iffiutu at till I'ti ••iilK ia • -lirr »ki i«.
Owl ■ :-.r> have l-*.-» unable to •«■
--cm* cihivMlona worn will! to
■ ,tfc*n> I* it they have b»ti r*p**t*d
"lr 'luviH.i dawn" mil.! 4i«> uurjjr,!.
That awn **tatementa ar* utterly
»; if at*e and-unwarranted will br
bbu»i by Ik* r».or.i», of iiih Iti..|
'A brief Inspection of tny Journal
' ■mad« today by my clerk ih»«i that
* ida Ting th* t-n-»»ttt month from III*
] !•( to th- f.lh there have err*, Mt
irHy can-* ln«(ltui. 1 In my court.
[.*|Of Umw* *«>l> 1 ' r»«?:t* v | In a.-iuii
«>»!^ and dx **r« dicmlaival without
; irUl: ellber Ml th* rvqtlrat tit Ik*
«"•' •>« offUer or th* motion of
th» city prr.«#i ullinr attorney. It
; w«i <■•» b* «.-^i how tiuiimlttcant
*{la the number of acqulttala In pro*
inwctloo. to cuntUM- n« In him of
Ihr • aa*a whrr* , guilt has been
Virmm (generally raaea ot )uvrnll«-a
' or flret otr«nder*> when th* cor
,"i»<tl»* |««cr* of th* court m re
':J «j»lr»d 'I* b* ***ri ta*d rath*r Ihui
"■* the Impoaitton of punlllv* m#aj>ur*a,
■»• •■»»• ha* been »u»j»nl<-,l |iend-
In* the. good behavior of the defend
■ an! and from th* ■■! proportion of
••*h offenders that ar« returned
."•H ar:ii.' ». li would ail--"' that
v my course M )wttn»4.
>. >. " In the matter of in* Impoaitlon of
i iflawa, «bat <!<-•• th* record show?
B3I« tk* palmy dayt of Ih^ Klondike
•mmt. Jual before my term nt
>J»fflre* «hen the gambler* an : slot
■tarbia* men pa.l 4 fine*, the total
raO»cti«M of th* court van for
,i»»» Ht.;it id; for i»r • «:i.m
LJThowe fine* *üb*e<iuently Increaaed
•i»4*r my administration to more
iinn !•.*•« i» r month, an I even
, ROW, Will t' .«.■ prolific IMIt of
Initim* •Itmlfißtf-l. I hare been for
j nioatb* turning ttitti th« ctty tresa
■ tny «uio« •>•■ Kirn IJ.:T.MO perl
I month, or approxlmat'ly |II,MI per
' , aonom,
"I do not rare to dlaruaa the mat
r^ttt or t» get In • controversy over
J.-IW ul4 ilr. I'-.iili..ii thU morning.
"Wlimi I mentioned It Incidentally
, at th* meeting of th» Ik-enae and
;j? revenue rummiii** I had no Idea
■ * that It mould k* taken up. ! .11.1 not
mean In i4>! aaperdona upon Police
Ju<l*,- (leorce. Tha point I * l«l..-.| in
make waa that It «M often dlfrkult
to artur* ronvkllona In rase of nr
retta and that for that reason the
Ik-en** committee nhouid turn down
CA r HEADY'S TURK- CA
>>UC |SH BATHS OXJi.
H«4<f« under D«.t«r Morten Bank
l»»inaon-« Quality Star*. All
Battle* Full M«aiur*.
Are You Making
Mincemeat?
W«" barn
HUMDT. SHERtIY,
MADEIRA, PORT
Tot! can hare th« above* In
any nunntlty '».t th» right prlrea.
FREH DELIVERY EVERY
WHERE.
PHONE US.
«.-rJl_-L. iiariw mrnu * aa:
Wholesale Stnr* Catering to
Family Trad*
1200 BECOND \\ i;'T»
$3.00
Pit aHi m for
KENTUCKY CLUB
WHISKY
Duy a gallon. It li i l.r.-mt
for Hi family or medicinal OMI
•nd will iir«n nt a emit deal r;f
ilckncss if used rightly.
Ii U4 First. Ay*-. South .
Beth »—»J, 1'.i,1, 1..L . .
rnßß.o9ijyfiny^
$1.00 PER WEEK
Will Dross You at Your Fancy Dictates .
V> eitrr th« finest stocks nf LAOIM' AND fiKNT.'V WIUII
ISO AJ'i'AKIJi. In ii • > it »•, mill you aro wtlcoma to credit here.
Eastern Outfitting Co. Inc.
J"l^' «" C«m»r Fifth and Pik:
"Th« Reliable Credit Houit."
were bldo cllrnced. and th( tort* In
front of the«» mountain* "< ■ "i"' •'
by Hi.' .Idium. >.• A «h. II . Vl'lo.ltll
In th* ItiiMlan ■HWllnt that tilth!
and atarted v bis fire in I'ort \i
ilmr. and the followlniE day ■■ »hell
-tin. i, the battlrnhln Heva»toi«>l.
Two ltit-~i.ui Mi anur* were sunk
during the bombardment.

THE ELECTRIC
LOCOMOTIVE IS
A BIG SUCCESS
l«M*>*' •" Tli* Star.)
BCHN'EtnADV, N. V, 0»l. St —
Mpmllnit at th. rate of 4., to 60
mile* it hour, while acorea'nf men
prominent In railroad anil rWtrlral
• lltli-* Cloud lit th* rUttili- loco
niotlve. built by Iho i:.nrr.tl Mac
trie Vim il. an I^Komottv* conf
pauy for the N*w York ft nir.l ter
minal •oVvk-a In New, York Citjr,
IhorvusHi) demonstrated that II
will ultimately provide hl'h ngirnl
motive power for railroad traffic.
l f Is etpectetl to develop • tpe«<l u(
100 tnll.» an hour. -■■■-.-- ...
I thort run wa* made down tee
track at the rat* of 40 mil. • an
hour. Tlu i» t!«- private car wbUn
brought the New York Central offi
cial* to the afene waa coupled on-
With W. K. Vaaderbilt. Jr., at tb*
n-iiimllrr, the toor Bil!m of triuk
waa traversed,*'Vanderbilt threw
La. the lever* letting' the-engine
forge ahead at It.. rate of «> mtiea
an hour. : ,
AhNIE ROONE)
GETS VACATION
I "♦■wanna! ton on the part ol Pa
trolmen Ma«.»i and HulitMir.J to
keep female loiterers out of *4
koM resulted in the arr. of Clarm
Itobertß, , Charlotte 11.. hi. i, iUV*
lUitUtt and Annie KMNMI ■»•!
eventag. All received fine* or jail
»etttenc«s when brought before I'd
lln« Jm!s« Ctcorg* • thl* morning.
Annie Ru..n.v 111 r*l«««e<l {rom
th* county Jail on October X. sbr
mad* a tract, dr. laratlon to tlwr
roi'rt thl* morning. -»n<! with her
hand micr.i on hid "honcif that
God would atrtk* her .>•! on the
fpot If ah* *«. druak." a* the ofll
c*ra tntin«d.
"I am a piano i'la»»' I »nr.t« I
to earn enough nrna. r to l««v« Ib.
city." pleaded th* woman.
'■Well. I'will etve v«u o .'ail ten
t*&r«-of ten day* to think th ri
matter over." dryly rroarkrd iht
court.. " ><>v know w«H enough
what ihc troabl* la when *ok go
Into a ilkxm, »nd you know what
you will get If you are brought be
fore me,"
Aft*r llat*nln« <■■ I i
»*nt*nr*. Aniil- Hi-.rir* ■uhwMww
and ant down mutt- I <• r»*if
about thr lait>>
pwft of r. aj within hrr
knowWdc* ami known Io hrr >r
1 lalntan.r Th- c.th*r womrn >n
oW ofirß.l. r« and ha<* b**n «in
«1 rrp*at*<llT to k»*p away float
tb* l.i«rr part t>t thr rlty
SOLD SMUGGLED
CIGARS TO MARINES
Le« Kaftan the yo*-man who
w»a brausht down from Ilr»rn«rton
yeaterday by t'nlted fltatea Deputy
*•■•'»■ arltman, charged with aell
ln« . t* ir« u[-.n which no duty had
been [<a)d, thla mornlnr waived hla
heartmr befttv I'nlted fllatea c., m .
mladuner Ki.f.r and waa bound
1 J'iry.
The d«ar» wert »rnu«cle<l In, It la
umlerstood. on some- covrmment
v»«a»I, and KHtorer, If th» . m irr»
u»t.ilii«r him la true, muat hay* tte*n
maklffx hamlaom* profit* by (tiling
th« «<K»la to Ik* marlnea arid blue-
Jackets In th* j.ir I.
Going Nome to
Fight
II Nrw« A
■:T!.\NI., Oct. 28,-BljtMn
J«panc»e left hire >. sl.-r.lay for B»
--atU*, from wbrnre they will m||
to Japan to take up arms In the
f!mt rriwrvc which baa b»i>n called
out by the mikado.
SPRINGFrELO. Jlo.. Oct. 2*.—
Senator Falrbankf b«can a wrl«*
Of 11. ill., ii him-' li« * m hciliilcil for
today by artdrejmlnjt a crowd at
Monnet ll* will arrive In fit.
laiiU tonlicht on htM way to Ctu
dnnatl, where he wIU ejMnk to
morrow nlKht.
I '>i'i> city. lad
—Mr*, ftae M. Krausa, < hsrßpd with
reorder In the firm d«-Kre*, yester
day i ■■nf. m. .| to poisoning her step
daughter, Cryttal Kratu*. Th« d«
fondant • I (tried a tonfrsslon written
by heron OctoJur IS, whiu- hi. wan
a prtaoMr In th* bford couuty
Jail.
I rtif ><>*<>•] It llfi Itn
i ' th« «rOID«D'I I
pollt.
Mr*. Urnce Ilcnr lo'lay fll-'l a >ll
rorra milt aKßlimt tier li'iblihhl Jo
x«-;ili Hear, on the ground of nun
■upport. Hl.m auk! for the custody
of her two children.
IT INIII K.
will >Hi. h and ti<<M four pat
•• . IM 111.. l>inrl vi»H f
•it K. N. ItrnoltH *r
I ' ...
RMAKT ' l.i»)ili::s iii.lt \[.n
...
MADE RICH FIND BUT
NEARLY LOST HIS LIFE
OLD PROSi I i ink lIAVBO PI RHOMOI ■' t'KCB
IN IUMKI TO FIND WONDIKIUI I V KIOII
QUAK'I/ I I IH,I.
(■pedal to Th» Star)
CAUBNTB, Ne*., Oct. 28.- Old
m>. WltMin, who fur yeara proa*
| 'Mill Illlonicll **cry atatu In 111.
--lnttrmoutttaln tutinlry. (rum Menleo
tJ Hi ili-.li Columbia, arrived nt
i'j.ll«nir \i»ii i.lhv with two «a. k«
of dif taken IrW • thre«-fu<it ledge
of aiiQw-wblt* i|ii.nti in th« ilnail
Mi IS Mill Valley. Ilia hamta and
fare were perfectly raw from Iho
Mill and *anil*lornii. ll* la nrarly
blind anil 120.000 U what he hat to
•how fur two mi.in of the iiicint
I.till riperlrnif* a prwipe<'tor
• ii r went throiißh.
WlUcm «tarted laat ' June and,
after traveling l.'" mllra through
the drnrrl. he reached th* Summit
rang* of hltla In llrath Valley and
there ttruck a Irilßi- of wonderfully
iMi quart*. On Hrptrmbrr SI h*
Kt.uK'l with ftv* anrka on hi* re- i
turn trip. Klv* day» Inter hr wan
George K. Nash Is Dead
<rtr h. ri|.|.» Ntw* Aiw'n )
COM Ml' O^ <Vt. JS-Ei
i Governor Oeorg* K. Na*h drop|>ed
dead In th* bath room at til* honie
• UK). K. NASH.
here at 11:41 o'clock this Borolnf '
Heart trouble of lonic atandllig j
caused the dralh of the former gov
ernor. li* hat declined, rabidly
«lnre he retired from «Ke «r«*vutu««
A Bridge St Co.—Popular l*rice Clothier*, j A. Bridge ft Co.— Popular Price Clothiers. | A. Bridge & Co. Clothier*. | A Bridge &Co —Popular Price Clothier*
LAST DAY OF THE BIG~
i■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■
BHfiill BARGAINS flip; .... ■..
■ - - i
Men's Finest Suits, Overcoats and Cravenettes in Manufacturers' Surplus Sale
We offer the excess stocks of several of the foremost clothing makers of the country. Every garment is an example of
the highest type of clothing makers' skill and the prices are such only because of the awkward predicament of having
more merchandise than demand. Taking advantage of the situation enables us to place on sale these high-class garments
right at the beginning of the clothing buying period at tremendous reductions.
M* MEN'S $22.50 AND $25 SUITS, OVERCOATS AND CRAVENETTES, AT $17.50
Or*rtO*U aro In blark «n<J Olford UU-t*. \i- >in». M« Ilium, patent l«-a»rr nn<t ncwwt Urolrh Boveltlr*. cut In !«>lh •>'""•■ and cower* m ■■} ■■ 0\
m / »tU» stylrs. rtrganlly Hunt with illk and but quality serf*; Butt* of (ant y woretpds, favorlto twreds and <v ( r popular Ma. k thlbrtn. from V|v M **% I I
tl^^£lH<*W* *l»> rt-fular $.. M and %2S lln» Manuf adorers' Hurplus Hale prlc»— I I ■%# \sF
ifflßl^^^V. Wen's $18 and $20 Suits, Overcoats and Craven-1 Youth's $8 and $9 Suits and Overcoats, $5.00
"7 JHmuWX * •^-^^iSfc^'V. -11., Cl^ Kll Blnßle-brra»tr<l. n«-at fitting »a<K milt*, all wool. «Inter wrtfht. in I'ark ia*cl
" fi ■ {Rcti^-^V'^'^A BW&r OTTOS, gllliuU merw aii'l ml»>i! chcYtoU—Overcoats of Olford gray trine, cut long and lull —
KM S^^l^^if^A ■CT^T'T O»*r<oat« a.. i.f fr.c. krr.. y 1..-. »iruna ■'•■ |„«t quality. Ma. k. OiforJ fray cc A A
ffllQ JBl*l^V'V"'-iVA Bt/HivnO fanry rolxtarra. bn^ut (houldrrrd. atnielr an<l doubl^l>r«-a*tr<!. l.rlt.d an.l plain VViUU
KM ItSm TH'TwiVll hit HIT »/"^lr"- "lU" "f •"*"■' Km.i.li novrltlra, urays, browni, black and blue cbevlot, both
"* mCßaßHßMnmlrKt^SKi^>\ !/rT cinxlc ar.a doublß-brtantrd - n«i/r«>O*i.in j_
leEa^'WSMfi^ $13.50 Boys' Knee Pants Suits and Overcoats
' ■'■* filfCßkf ■C'f^*^*'.**"' 1 5 * Pouble lirr.i.tid mid Norfolk ►m.-. In nil •»<>"! <h< vlots, worsted* ami strgrs, fine
rr—i mk itl A_n Men's SIS Suits, Overcoats and CravenoJles '•' ' '"""""'"■ — ilti *" York ~'"
- Men s SIS Suits, Overcoats and Gravenettes $4 75
* m lv ""'• in Ma>i< «nM'•,'.,.( i 'SlO-50 »iih<>Mi Hhildraii*<^ Fancy OvArcoat^ and Suits
f fi»»^^^XVV*V'-Ly*fet^ Ofrrcoalt In blark and Oxford xray frlfio and k.r«.>-. »lth or v.iil...ut belts: fihllnrAn <t FflliPV OVPrCOAI^ 31111 Slllt*i
J^ira^K^iifl-V^'S'^ST^ 5 .on. '" *'*> •<'""<!". '"■"*" ""'•■' rhevlota and flnwt Ma.k thlbeU-all art pure uiiimiwii a raiiwj UVCI^UdIO aiiu OUIId
>'" ~'^^H^^Hl *• ''T^^l^^B P wool. ►•!*•• Html, ulnclv and double-brcaatwi itytra - '.'. ' Sailor. ItiiKslan mid Bailor-Norfolk klvl.h, In n-ir.i-- and new fancies— - .>)>'•>
■ fcs^%^*®l^'i l'^*''';<v. L* /•* Cm RAY ln ""' tv'"">!i nn'' chcvlota, tTlmraed In real Juvenile fashions, $M'U an<i |5.00 val-
J^S .*. Youths' $12 and $15 Suits and Overcoats, $9.50 I±r!
t . ..iLvTyiC^-IBSJ- " R"lt» sldrlo and doublwUrwuitwl. In this winter* n«-wrsf Hcotrh novrltlfS. blark MrtJlQ CIIITC RMfl nUPDPHATQ (11111 IHTC
' ' '"^-.'V.Va.'S Ihltx-ts and heavy Mrse»—Ov»no«ts of bla<k and Oxford frieze and B<otih plalda Itlt.ll O OUMO M"U UfE.nUUMIO, UUU LUIO,
-^ '" -1" $9.50 OVERSTOCK SALE PRICE, $5
Boys* $4.00 All Wool Reefen at $12. — Boys' Long .Loose Fitting Overcoats at log' All Wool $3.00 Knee Pants Suits at Boys' 3-Picce All Wool Cheviot Knee Pants
Sizes 3to ,„, dark effect,, made with vel- W^O^SlitV 7.t0.16. Cut extra '••»« f 2 ,jiS ;::':;!■,::;;:!;!;::; Suits, excellently made; generally the
vet collars and brass buttons. Every coat and full.' Ni-at dark effrcts, all well mixtures. Mvcry one absolutely all wool
■11 wool, at $2.'11» made. Speqial Sattirday $:{.."»(► ....,....*. aa.9o price is $4.50, now 92.08
Heavy Ribbed Cotton Un M'n's Double Breasted Kin Men's'a-Thread Maco Cot- Men's Natural Wool Ribbed Men's Heavy Ribbed All , Men's Natural Gray Lamb's
derwear, blue and ecru, est Australian Wool ■ 1 . ton Underwear, in red. Underwear, heavy Wool Brown Underwear, Wool, double back and
regular 65c value, sale, derwear, regular -$1,501 regular ;-;.i value, sale weights,, regular $1.35 regular $1.*3 value, tale front, regular $2.oo"value,"
price.. <\{\t value, sale price...9l.15 price 50^ value, sale price i)S<* price ' sr»<* sale price 91.50
■'''"' 25c All i--i"'ti. Suspenders for 15rI Men's Fast Back. Regular 25c Cotton llu.se Hm-| Men's $1.25 Dress Kid Gloves, in all shades, tor., 5»."»< k
Men's $1.50 Stiff Bosom Shirts, in all the new colorings, aplendld value, for. ... 91.15 I All the latest .styles in .Men's Soft and .Stiff Hats, regular $3.00 value, for . 92.25
NOTB-EVERY MANS SUIT OK OVERCOAT BOUGHT OK A. BRIDGE & CO. PERFECTLY FITTED, PRESSED AND KEPT IN REPAIR ABSOLUTELY FREE OF
-.. "Vr-iV.,- ,'.: CHARGE. COME IN ANY TIME.
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niF. SK-ATTI X STAR IHII>AY, QCT yH, 11)04,
overtaken by n I. nI Ml *atidKt<ir II
» 111. nearly blinded him during;' In
program 1•- io»i hit home iMI
park animal*, an.l all mark* of 1 M
trail were obliterated. A third i.f
ii barret "I water waa all that r
nialnnl In laat Mm 11.. r.m.ilii in
Mi ml lea.
wiiwun fian very Illlli* recoil c«
lion of how In- |..i!tnid ill., ii it
werk, but at tin • ii.l of that 11 in* I*
found hlm*elf in Hi. ramp or M r
ila lirilly and Dirk Rwwford proa
pectora. near Hi. edge of Death Val
ley. They found Wilmin forty mile*
within the d>«ert Hue, with on*
Mih of ore, whlrh he rtiing to
through hi* ■>■ fill wandering* III*
Up* were parched and rod Ing and
hi* reacuera were rompelled to force
hi* teeth apart In order to give htm
Main Ill* tongue was mi awollati
he could not apeak. The i iptrl
on have gone to lurale the ledge.
i.ffli r In*! January. !!•• «m a«M
■ ■«. i •ml lr«\. • a >tr|> <Uughtt r,
Oeorge KittHin Sash waa torn on I
hi* father* (arm, In MrJiim ruan
if. Ohio. AokuM 11. 1842, Mid waa
••■i«nn!r.i at Wualtrn !(•••< r»r unl
vri«iM%n.i Otwtlta rallrga. but uti
• litnnn graduailtig. Mr »■» I vol
unteer In tt>« cl«ll" war, taught
■rhiMil and »tudin> It* aft»r h • was
niuit.T"! out, >..<! »•- aJmittrd to
the bar In IM7. I'raOuua to that
tlm« It* •■• tdltnr <•( th* oi.ii
Stata Journal for 11 months.
Hi" fir.i public «.ff|... waa that of
rr*»*< utiiiK at'urnry of . < kiln
rounty, In 1170, in whkh •»!••<
ho n-r»r.l too ti-inm. Mr arrrod
two triuii aa attnrnty I tnnral of
th* atate, ti*9-U, and *•• then a* '
poltllrd to Ihf Mm. Kti|<i»iti' ifi'irl.
holding that p«alti.,n till HIS,
Kor a number of %»»r« h« wan 1
chairman of th« irnui.ii. an MM
•irrutlv* rointi.lltrx
II- »** r!it!t<l r*rnoi In 1199
to im-im'l Am lluahnvll. and »-■
r*-r!r.iMl In 1901.
Sim. UN Cotrrnor N««h ■
hralth UilMl ateadlly, anil h« waa a
wmmi auffrrrr.
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l(.ini.»al ■»!•" on pttotiM now «v L
at Kcgaa * i:n.«..tt. 1 £.!•- Kir.!- *•
Compl.U Crtdit M i.u..lurr.i.»..r»- NCUINKK A NILION (Inc.)— Cnmpl.t. Motil and Club Fuimthtr*.
I STORI CLO OMORROW NIGHT AT i. O( LOCK
SUNDAY'S WANTS SHOULD BE FILLED
TOMORROW
Saturday bring! with It thought* of the many thingi that will be needed in the home before another shopping day.
Hacked by right goods at light price*, we invite ■ share of your Saturday patronage. Come in any rime, whether you
with to I'm. MM or not.
Table Tumblers, To- Regular 25c Decorated Regular 50c Glass Salt
morrow 5c Each China Cups and and Pepper Shakers
"■' i ><• blown light wMKht Tabla Turn- Saucers 15c 25c a Pair
bltn ar«> ttrhod In i varMy of .1. »i K i.h ri1 ''" ■fl(I «'i..r,H.. of mrdhun wHithl Chi- ThP , e rtnef (i]^K HttH tn< i pepper aaaavti
Tb. y M.i r. fU r.,., .t ii oo.«., ,mo l>rr nit In a beautiful t|<-< oiallnn , iiiiklhUi, h- M<i *«* <•«- «>* - s
> «.ll ..KuUrlv .t |l .m.n.itl :-.,,.., nd follw In th- n.lnr.l „ h»».- ,11-. „„* « nd Mil n-Rui>rly »t
Thfy ■»ll ri«Kiil«rly at 25c for Ihe lw<». Hpp- tOr ■ pair H|><-( i«l for tomorrow, m |)«1r...
d«l»»ii H|»» mi for tomorrow, eath ,5« rial for torn .row. one cup and uurcr,. ISo 25c
$1 Cash and $1 a Week °< $5 Cash and $5 a Month
MUVS ANY HBATINO STOVE, COOK STOVE OR iT KICI RANGE IN OUR STOCK
Wr abMlutcly guarantee ev.iy Stovr and H-nge we »ell °UK SiOVI , ARE ALWAYS ON TRIAI —WF
AHK Nl M I- SAMSI li;i) UN-11l YOU AHK. A
We lake your old Move and allow you all it is worth as part payment for a new one.
The Famous, for Coal The Kitchen, for Coal
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N0.7-M.oven 14x16* 0 in $n.r,o |No. 8-i^bven «Bxißxiiji in $21.00
No. K-j(., oven itetSKK in., $ HJ.TiO No. s .-». oven 2ox*}xi2 in 912-1.00
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th.Gr.at rreueiiCK & neisun. (inc.) F. r th.
1 M'l>>tlc Range c> a »i.iicrtiu Stcond ■„. Madison and Spring Stt. '••»' ♦«•«•«••••« I Round Oak Mt>ttr
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