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SEPTEMBER 21, 1905
NcbrcLcho. Independent PAGE IS i Wit IB c n n $10 n i oo nib OF OUR MEN'S CLOTHING The Foremost Feature of Our Tlen's Clothing at $6.50 to $12 is Our - - - - - TME SUITS v v v : The best American woolens are represented in the cheviots, cassimercs, thibets and worst eds, of which this line is made. They come in all the stylish gray effects, the new green mixtures and other handsome cloths, including plain blue and plain black cheviots and thib ets. Both the extra long and the conservative cuts, with button side or center vents are found in the three and four button coats that are . the correct style, this year. Garments that make economy easy without any sacrifice of appearance. THE TOPCOAT S v v v These come in coverts and whipcords, in the tan and brown shades most favored by fash ion, as well as in the conservative oxford grays and black cheviots. Some of them are satin lined. AH are genteel garments, carefully finished and the correct length for Fall 1905. The $10 lines of Raincoats and three-quarter coats are admirable in every point of cloth-, ing excellence. '; : 1 1 1 The Leading Thing in Our Men Clothing at $12 to $18 is Our m Finer woolens, hand-tailoring at every point that needs careful shaping to impart correct contour and still closer attention to every detail of fit and finish, make our $15 Suits, Top coats, Raincoats and Overcoats the ideal garments for business men who have to keep up ap pearances and want clothing which combines neatness with the , greatest durability at a mod erate cost. :--,, rA ''i bUR GARMENTS AT $20 TO $30 CONFORM TO THE HIGEST CUSTOM STANDARD e M The finest imported woolens, hand tailoring throughout, and assiduous attention to the minute details, with expert inspection all through the process of manufacture, make our high-grade garments the peer of any clothing in America. Professional men, financiers and the closest followers of fashion in elegant attire for men find these garments in full keeping with their needs. " ' ;.'- , . ,; 1 00 ARMSTRONG C10TIINO mum 1221 to 1227 O Street, Lincoln, Nebraska. P. F. ZIMMER, Real Estate. Farms, Ranches, and City Property bought, old and exchanged. Some good farms for sale in the Kansas and Nebraska winter wheat belt. Write today and tell me what you want or what you have to sell. Give full description. I will immediately let you know what I can do for you. Reference First National Bank, Lincoln, Neb, Addren 116 So- 10th St- Lincoln, Nob r t L tar The celebrated Jotietline of Corn Shel ters and Horse Powers. All sizes. Shells corn where others fail. Write for catalogue. UNINlitK & METCALF CO., Omaha, Nebraska. TJ. S. Mimnimri ttCAKATEE0, I ' I ' I ' DAT If YfiEE TRIAL minim i-rn-r CATALOOUE FREE PROTECT YOURSELF AGAINST LOSS BY INCORRECT WEIGHTS As a protection against loss by incorrect welebti, every farmer should bare a U. 8. Re liant (pit) or Imperial (pitleits) Scale. Guar anteed to be absolutely correct and the equal of any scale on the market, no matter what price. Each acalels GUARANTEED FOB FIVE TEARS. We bare the only ball hearing scale on the market; has lnterchangeaVs parts, full compound brass beam; perfect In every detail of construction. Write for fall description. 30 DAYS FREE TRIAL We know this scale Is super ior to anything on the market At the same price, and we hare so moch confidence in onr ability to completely sat isfy every one who will gie It a test that we will ship on 30 days free trial without re quiring one cent In advance. Let as ship yon a complete outfit. Give it a fair test. Com pare it with any scale in your community. We know yon will say it Is tbe best. Bend for cata logue and complete information 916 Liberty Street, KANSAS CITY, - MO. hi Please Mention THE INDEPENDENT When You Write to Advertisers.