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FOR FALL IS HERE
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Our entire line of fall and winter merchandise is now here and
ready for your inspection. Most every department is complete
in every detail. A great big part of our stock is merchandise in
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staple numbers that we bought a year ago anticipating heavy ad
vances and to place ourselves in position that we would be able to
take care of our customers without having to ask them the ex
treme limit in price.
NEVER HAVE WE BEEN IN
BETTER POSITION TO
COMPETE WITH MAIL
ORDER HOUSES
as well ax we are this season. There are hundreds of items right
here that we will save you from 10 to as high as 60 per cent on, in
comparison with price« prevailing this fall in gears. Roebuck A Co
catalogue*
We had an inquiry this week for an ulster sheep lined coat
We priced a foil 52 inch coat, full sheep lined, with corduroy out
side and heavanned collar at $18.50. In looking this up in »ears
Roebuck 'a fall catalogue we find they quote a 62 imh , with about
a three quarter sheep lining in a moleekm cloth for |2fc.50 We just
mved this customer $11 on the coat and gave bum « better gar
ment Mot only this one tum but the store hi full of «w* «- ehn.tidm
tor km ÜÜO. umû order t
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Lnätrwtör, Mack ma
Sweater*, Shoe*, Blanket*
Rubber Good*,. Dreh» (jaood*
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Mrs. J. B. Lehman at Rest.
Mrs. John B. Lehman passed
't"'ay at her hoiue in this city on
i iiestlay, Nov, u, lulluw ing an ill
uf paralysis extending over
f the past three years,
Funeral services were conduct
ed trom the tamilv home hy hlder
B. -I hiki Tuesday afternoon ami
at the remains of this venerable ei
v ness
tizen were given their last resting
place in the local ceuieterv.
The deceased was 7Ö years, sev
en mouths and nim da\s ot age.
she " a . s [ om Mary land and
mamtHt U, S. Berkley m the
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spring of Lstio. Nine children were
horn to this union, live ot whom
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survive t hey are t harles, doe
)av *' * ,w * 'Arthur Beekley and
: Mrs Jal *k launders u hose home
is m Spokane. Joe lives at ^^"-;been
.stun and Arthur is in the army
k at Seattle. -Mrs. Beekley was letl
f a widow in 1904. a few months
after coming to Nexperce, and |
something over a year later she;
was married
who survives her.
Mrs. Lehman was a good wife,!
neighbor, and the 1
, , .
to J. B. Lehman,
mother ami
friends of her bereaved family
feel deep sympathy for them in
their irreparable loss.
AS IT SHOULD BE, "ALL OFF'
How Could Any American Maid Hava
Affection for ThU Self-Con
We heard of a Cleveland youth
who was spurned by the lady of hia
IP, .
ami we have been going
I around together for two year
and—"
teased Slacker?
choice.
"But—but what's the matter?" he
stammered. "I always thought you
liked m
"1 have decided," she interrupted,
firmly, "that 1 should go with young
men who are nearer mv own age. 1
am only eighteen, and vou are of
rt ^ , a , *
course about fourteen year, my
"Why, what gave you that idea?"
he cried. "I'm only twenty-five,
Who told you that I was
Why, you remember when I gradu
ated from high school, and—"
senior."
old?
so
"Well then," she continued, gent
i„ t . , _
ly, but still firmly, "the man, I marry
must not be an invalid. He must
not have some chrome trouble that
render» him likely to die at any time
and have me without means of sup
port.*
"hav, who's been telling you Lea
? I'm a. strong as an ox
out
m sound as a dollar.'
you'" But I couldn't marry
the «ok support of ds
"Are
a
ho la
dent relative«."
t are you trying to do, kid
haven't got anybody to sup
myself—and you, A you'll
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William H Booth Killed in Action
(Continued frum first page i
! all ( 0 f the company told me he was
j t uie of their !>e>t men, and w anted
, IU , tll t ell you that they found
him a man of highest eharaetet
| !iu d possessing the reapcet of ev
t . r ^ officer and man of the com
j )aliv
<>ur mail service is poor while
wt> aty iu a <. t ion, and l have not
heard from you for five week«
bu? w |j| sUlv j y a bimeh of
ma jj when it iloes eome. The na
ture of w> wor k has nut vet
car
rievl me into danger. 1 have very
8y | t | 0ta h ee(1 p, rall|{ ,. (lt (jerman
guns, so do not worry about me.
, wil , |, t . coming home soon it
(kings continue as they have been.
Mofct of mv t j me m hVauee has
spent to the south of here,
uas yijfht miles from St. Mihiel
tthy|l j was ta ken
(. y , ia
l*o not grieve
too much ami
Every.
thing surely must he for the host,
|- UJ , t ( u . world must have a hand
on the rudder some plaee.^
I must close and write some oth
er letters.
up your courage.
With deepest love,
John.
I*. S.— I saw Martin and Sven
Thompigin, Karl tJarvin, one of the
1,1 b..y» t and Martin has new,
Von ley Miller, since they eaftie out
*f tlx trenches
A not her Ncipcrcc home
been called Upon to suffer the *u
preme sacrifies in the war against
Herman hellishness In the jniss
ing of William II. Booth, his home,
his town, his e-ninty, state and na
ItioM h»se a young man whose type
is only too scarce. Clean in mind
all< | („„(y, he inspired all about
has
him toward that higher ideal uf
life that will not sloop to little
things It. d d the bigger, lief,
,er «hing» because it was simply
inherent in his nature to do them.
* /"'"[t of ,,, " rh F™' 1 "* ''P rr « , l
wforf huit, mi«i yet it rmn trulv In*
^ that in the few weeka he w«»
in the big game iu France he lived
„„1 achieve«! more than do moat
of u» in life's full allotted
sjian
Most of his years had lieen spent
in preparation for a work of ime.
ful n e ss to bis fellow
man, ami
. 'J V .
claim one of his type the blow a.
.,„ uW Ml , n<J tk * aguM
|h , mfh i^ abhorrent herd „f
Hu,* rewpamiUe for „ ail is in
temdfied until naught remains in
the world for them but hate
the folks at home, to the hoys and
*irU at school, to h
m * U * U1 to ,l * «*«««»«
To
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b«ck, but the fin«- »pint he impart
ed, the good »-sample he gave ur
hi sll his t-oiuiu«-!
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are
ours berauae of bis soyvuni am
us tàisaw he would have u
and profit by always Me
no rUHiytiisi wiicii
the color».
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the M. P. service, now at Camp
hVcmont, Cal, Besides these, it
sister. Mrs. Frank Collins, ami his
parents survive him.
This lumity has must truly
trihuted grandly to the great fight
fur human rights, and in this
their saddest hour, every loyal
heart throb* in sympathy with
them. Their luss is the entire
mnnity
eu
eom.
Nugent Saved In Idaho Landslide.
(Continued from first page.)
ln-twecn the unfavorable weather
ami the general lack of interest
only about 60 per cent of the vote
was gotten out.
The result was somewhat mure
varied than usual politically, and
several contests were, to the con
testants, at least, painfully close.
Tin- Republicans captured the
legislative office* by the election
of A. Kaline. of Winchester, to
•he stati- senate and Curtis Brow n
ing, of Mohler, to the house, flow,
ever, the unofficial returns give
Kaline only 2 majority over C VV.
Booth, and the ease can hardly
he considered closed until the of.
fieial count is had next Wednes
day«
Another interesting race was
that uf (i, C. I'ennelt ami <*. II.
Nugent, for prtateeuting attorney.
The unofficial returns give l*en.
m-ll a lead of 14.
The contest between Harley
Huggins and A. A. Johnston for
the third district connu ins toner
ship left them only
vote*
ai»nil in Mi Huggins' fsvur when
the last unofficial report na» in.
K L. Schnell, Heiuoerat, won
the county auditorship over Mrs.
Nina V Lyon by 317.
her J. lamgeteig beat his Hem
or rain- opponent, K K. Haffliwt,
W> votes for the second district
i-ominissionersh i p.
There was no Keputdiraii ii|>|k>
sinon for the other euiinty office»,
except in the case of James far.
lisle, who was the Urpubttrao can
didate for county surveyor with
out opposition.
The llcmoeralic county officers
elected without opposition Were
a» follows.
< omuiissiotirr 1st district, John
F. Psawroy,
sheriff, Mitchell
Treasurer. W M Kwerson
Probate Judge, Harry W NTles
ouitiy Hupmiiimhiii, Norma
I' Wilson
A sse s so r, K H Rath ft
< Wower, John F liut
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