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I ! I ' I I 1 ) I A FEW SAMPLE PRICES Men's Furnishings Dry Goods and Bedding « I ( ( I 1 ( I I Is Our \ Men's Heavy Fleece Uuderwear, Only 75c a garment. Men's Natural Wool Underwear, same as sold for SI .25 a garment, my price Only 75c. Meu's Work Shirts from 35c and up. Meu's Horsehide Gloves 40c. Hats,;Cai:s and Shoes at prices that will sell the goods. Full Size 10x4 Sheet Blankets at 75c. I I Strong Suit a.nd Comparison is tke > I 31 in. Percale Only 10c per yard. Simpson's Prints 6c per yard. ► I < I ( Only 15c Flannelette for 10c. I I True I Children's Hose and Underwear in great variety, and at money - saving prices. I Test ► : M * VaJues ) ( < L.S. Horvstead \ < ■ < ) Didn't Know His Own Shoes. Everybody who knows Emery Williams here, will enjoy this story told on him in the Mountainhome Herald. Last week we mentioned that a number of Mountain Home citizens had gone to Oregon to locate tim ber claims, which they succeeded in doing to their own satisfaction. They were a jolly set and tell of many laughable incidents that oc curred on the trip—Tom Mellan being the "joker-in chief. 1 Sheriff C. M. Nicholson tells a good 'one on "Bones" Williams. It seems that when Mr. Williams wished to retire he was assigned to an upper berth in the sleeper and Mr. Nich olson occupied the one immediate ly below him. "Bones" left his calf skin shoes on the floor and the Ex porter, as usual, "shined 'em up" and returned them to their place betöre morning. After a refreshing sleep "Bones" awoke and called to Clarence to "please hand up my shoes. 1 Mr. N. did so, but, to his astonishment "Bones" became in dignant and threw the shoes to the floor, saying "they are not my shoes—my shoes are plain leather —not patent leather"—and called loudly for the porter, who forth 1 I Grand I 1 Christmas É I Ball I m - TO At Lower Masonic Hall >M TO SILVER. CITY TO » W m I 'i 1 05 m I y m. MlÛ. 1 a* a* m btlz Under the Auspices of Miriam Lodge No. 2 Daughters of Rebekah I TO M 1 I >M TO M M TO p TO TO Î1 Az ijhy I TO I -COM MITTEES— i bi m TO Arrangements— All the lady members of the . odge. Doo.i Keepers -Mrs. Melissa Scoti, Mrs St-lma Brunzell. Floor Managers - Branch H. Smith, C. E. Breedlove, Charles Johnson. 2 m m m M y A General Invitation Extended TICKETS $1.50 > with appeared with pectation of a "Bones" ordered the porter to his 8hoes p. d. q., but the gentle man of color insisted that the shoes a grin of ex handsome tip gel in question belonged to the gentle man in the upper Derth and offered to test the ownership by putting them on "Bones' feet, which lie did, and they fitted to a charm. The porter remarked, "Boss >ou didn't have your shoes black ened that wav often. guess "Bones" tipped the poiter a big dollar and requested him to keep ex-sheriff had, before the termina tion of the wordy war between "Bones" and the porter, retired to the toilet room and when emerged he was met by the grinn ing porter who divulged the whole affair to him—and then it The mum. he was spread throughout the entire dele gation that was in search of timber lands. The Khedive of Egypt. The khedive, who has again ar rived in London, is a fine specimen of the all-round man—the student and the athlete. He learned Eng lish as a child under tutors spe cially selected and sent to Cairo for his benefit, and that of his brother, Prince Mehemet. When 12 years of age, says the West minster Gazette, he entered the celebrated Haxius school at Geneva, and afterward continued his scholastic career at the There sianum at Vienna, from which lie was called by the sudden death of his father, the Khedive Tewfik, to ascend the throne of Egypt at the age of 18 in 18112. At Vienna lie was something of a favorite with the Austrian emperor. The khedive's knowledge of lan guages is extensive. During tlie course of an "audience day" it frequently happens that lie dis cusses questions of state with the British and United States dip lomatic agents in excellent Eng lish, with the representative of France in faultless French, and with the German in the choicest language of the Austrian Later, he conducts affairs with the sultan's court. representative in Turkish, and may conclude the day by presiding over a council of his ministry, when all sorts of in ! f ieate details of policy are ar- : ran ged in Arabic, tlie native [ tongue of Egypt, and one of the ' most difficult of languages. But even doe s n °t complete the *' S *' even ' n K highness at the theater listening with pleasure to and understand ing the opera rendered in Italian. The khedive is a strict Moham medan, and as such eschews both wines and spirits. His abstinence may see his I goes even further, for in a eoun ! try where everybody smokes he will have nothing to do with the fragrant weed. Like his father, he I is a monogamist, although his re ' ligion allows him four wives. He is known to be greatly attached to his consort, who was a Circassian lady of the khédivial household before her martiage. In fact, he is essentially a domestic man, and is very fond of children. Words of the Pessimist. For every mean man who dies at least two more are born. CHURCH SERVICES. Methodist —Preaching service at Mrs. Mills' parlor on the first and third Sundays of each month, and on Satur day evening also. The public invited. Geo. P. Pemberton, Pastor. I I I I ► M ) 5EEDÄ \ Represent the survival of the fittest. We have become i he largest seed house in the seeds better than wish to grow the most world because others. Do y< beautiful flowers and the finest vege tables ? Plan t the bestseeda—Ferry's. k 100« Seed Annual free to all ^ applicants. a ) D. M. FERRY & CO., ^ Detroit, Mich. ^ i Exclusive Hardware GLASS AND PAINTS • •• Tinshop evnd Pluimbirvg in Connection J* Tip. H. 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