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ADVANCE SPRING DISPLAY-BIG SALE OF
Floor Coverings. Following our usual Spring custom we have inaugurated a sale in which we have included, at radical reductions, the cream of our splendid stock of Bugs, Car pets, Linoleums and Mattings. These sales have been a feature of our store policy for niany years, and are regarded as the most conspicuous events of their character. This year's sale has been planned upon broader lines than ever before, and those who buy this month will realize savings of a most positive character. ' By the Bebate plan you can come to St. Joseph, do your shopping, and enjoy a day's outing without expense to you. We being members of the Betaii Merchants Association, who rebates railroad fares on all out of town purchases. THE ONLY STORE IN THE STATE THAT HANDLES THESE LINES EXCLUSIVELY. Tapestry Brussels Rugs Seamless Brussels Rugs. 0x12 feet, high grade fabrics and a wide range of stvles: the kind SffiM; 16 50 this sale only ylv.JV Seamless Velvet Rugs We show these splendid Rugs in a great variety of spring pat terns: size 0x12 feet: excellent for parlor or li brary use: worth 27.50: this sale onlv 1 122.50 Wilton Velvet Rugs THE ELEVENTH HOUR Axminlster Carpets A line of 20 of this season's newest designs and colors: the best parlor carpet made: a grade that sells at 1.40 per yard: this sale onlv. per yard Tapestry Brussels Carpets lJest grade 10-wire Brussels in a number of pretty new designs, for rooms, halls and stairs: worih regularlv 1.10 ard: be.it quality made. This sale, only, per yard A big assortment of these tine Rugs, 0x12 feet, in lloral or Ori ental styles: an excellent med ium priced fabric: regularlv 22.00. This sale onlv $17.50 Axminster Rugs During this sale we offer these fine Axminster Rugs, 9x12 feet, at a special price; a nne varietj' of parlor styles, worth 27.50. This sale only... $22.50 90c Wilton Velvet Carpets In hall and stair patterns to match: Oriental styles in reds. tans or greens: a splendid wear ing qualitv: regular ly 1.35. This sale only, yard $1.10 Tapestry Brussels Carpets During this sale we offer a good, heavy grade of Brussels Carpet at a very low price, with or without "borders: regu- OA larly SI per yard. This AlIC sale only, per yard wv Printed Linoleum Tins linoleum is of extra weight and qality. thoroughly seasoned, twelve feet wide, so you have nave no seam ;: room: regu 1 a r 8 )c c j u j : i ; y . Tl lis sale onlv. square vara. .. Inlaid Linoleum The celebrated Scotch Inlaid Granite Linoleums, extremelv durable for kitchens and dining rooms: worth 1 per Ff par. Tins sale only, square yard ISi Japanese Fitting A tine linen warp Japan Fat ting in all cobrs. This goods comes 40 yards in a roll and is worth 25c per yard. We offer them" this week, per roll $7.00 China Matting An extra heavy quality of line China Matting, the kind that wears so well These come 40 yards in roll. Regu larly L'Oc roll. This sale, roll V.U1I1C 1U $6.00 J. 8. BRADY CARPET CO. MISSOURI'S LARGEST DEALERS IN CARPETS, RUGS AND DRAPERIES 507-509-511 Felix Street. ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI. MEMBER RETAIL MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION. RAILROAD FARES REBATED. J 1 SPECIAL OFFER! UNTIL APRIL 1ST, 19(0, EVERY SUBSCRIBER, NEW OR OLD, TO THE SENTINEL, who pays One Year in Advance will receive, without one cent of extra cost, A Full Year's Subscription to The Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer In other words, will get both papers for onlv $1.50 All the News of the World and Home Both Sides of Every Political Question Ably Discussed Each Event of National and -nternational Importance Fully Covered. All This, Together With Your Local News Carefully Edited, for THE PRICE OF THE SENTINEL ALONE A GREAT WEEKLY NEWSPAPER This is a common phrase often used without thought, but The Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer, the only weekly published bv a great Chicago daily, is a great newspaper in every sense of the word. It prints a resume of the world's news, together with various de partments of unusual attractiveness, such as: Field, Farm and Gar den Topics, Home Health Club, Lost and Found Poems, Beaut v Hints, Chess and Checkers, Veterinary, Complications, Home Circle, Sun day School Lessons, etc., etc. It gives each week a sermon bv some noted clergvman, a storv bv a distinguished author, and absolutely reliable Market Reports. A full corps of special correspondents, editors and reporters, etc., trained in the most modern newspaper methods known to the Ameri can press, together with the Associated Press. Citv Press, Private Leased Wires, bringing all the dispatches of the New York World and the New York Press, make theThe Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer a great up-to-the-minute weekly newspaper. These features, together with a Special Magazine Department, make up the Leading Farm, Home and Newspaper of the West. OUIt OFFER . THE EUREKA STOCK FARM. STUD ANNOUNCEMENT FOR 1909. Price of The Weekly Inter Ocean & Farmer $1.00 a year The price of The Sentinel is . . $1.50 a year The two papcrs.hoth one year.will cost only $1.50 N. R. This special urninKement. with Tho Woi'klv Int or Ooe:in ami Farmer is or a limited time only Subscribers to The Weekly 'Inter (Venn and Farmer are assure i that no papers will be sent after their subscriptions expire unless their subscriptions are renewed by cash payments. Kruger, No. 144-7; Lawrenzius, No. 1937, and the Standard Bred Horse, Algernon B. No. 36,853. will make the season of 11)00. at my breeding barn, 4 J miles northeast of Oregon. Mo. These horses are proved breeders we have the goods to show for it. These horses are too well known for me to make any speech to you. The Colt Shows of the past talked louder than I could talk. In these shows you could see how the German Coach Horse crossed on both Road and Draft Mares. They are the best Horses to cross on all classes of mares there are in the country. The Standard Bred Horse is all that could be combined in one Horse. He has size and quality and breeding. For further particulars, call at barn. Pedigrees in full. TERMS: Lawrenzius and Alger non 13.. $12.50 to insure living colt: $7.00 for season. Kruger, $10.00 to insure colt: $15.00 for season. Mare and colt will be held for service fees. Money due when mare is sold or part ed with. Care will be taken to pre vent any accident, but will not be responsible should any occur. Call on, address or phone, EDWARD FUHRMAN, OREGON, MO. : R. F. I).. No. 2. Mutual Phone, No. 324. Mrs. E. A Cooper, far advanced in It wasn't any Easter hat: it was a years, died at her home in Forest; sweet girl baby that shared the City, Saturday last, April 10th, 1909, and was buried Monday, in the For rest City cemetery. honors of Easter Sunday at the Riley Huiatt home, and thev sav thev are grateful to Dr. Proud for his visit to them on that dav. DR. CHARLES GEIGEU, PRACTICE LIMITED TO DISEASE OF WOMEN AND SURGERY. OOP Francis St.. ST. JOSEPH. MO. Correspondence Solicited. Phone 771. n I WANTED YOUNG MAN frnm TTnlt. rnrt. to prepare for desirable position in Govt ! Mail Service. Salary, sSOO. Rapid nromotlci to 1500. Splendid opnortunity. Address Boj I One, Cedar Rapids. Iowa. f AM so afraid we'll be late," said Laura, draw ing her opera coat around her. "Do hurry, dear." Then she led the way to the wait ing automobile. "I'm too excit ed to think straight," said Flossie, tumbling into the tonneau. "It's the first time I've ever been a brides maid and I know I am a perfect fright. lly wreath has slipped down my back and goodness knows how my sash ends ever got around here in front." "The ceremony is to be at eight sharp."' jerked out Laura as the au tomobile rushed along al top speed, "i do wish I hadn't taken the respon sibility of Vera's wreath. I promised I would be there an hour ahead of time to help adjust her veil and she left it to me to see that she had 'something borrowed and something blue.' Would you believe it. I could n't lay my eyes on a blue thiug in our house. Finally I discovered this soiled blue feather and borrowed a bone hairpin. "I wonder what on earth Eugene Purtelle can think of me? I have been late for almost every affair that has been given for Vera and Tom. I al most wish he weren't best man." "Well, we don't care what he thinks anyhow," consoled Flossie, trying in vain to thread a needle and looking as If she were a victim of St. Vitus' dance as she bobbed around. "If I could only find the eye of this needle I might be able to sew this rip in my new glove. I never saw it until I was coming down the stairs, so I grabbed up this sewing outfit." A loud report from the side of the machine startled the two occupants, They screamed simultaneously and the automobile came to a halt. The chauffeur came to the door. "Tire's busted," he announced. "Well, put aribther one on, quick," commanded Flossie, popping her head out to investigate, with her wreath hanging over her nose. "Haven't got another, miss, and it is four blocks to the nearest car. If there was only something on wheels in sight you might get a lift." "Let's walk, then," suggested Lau ra, coming out of her stupor. "Oh, we can't. It's starting to rain. Vera can't get married " The siren of the oncoming touring car rent the misty night air and two huge searchlights illuminated the road. The chauffeur darted out and waved his arms and shouted in the path of the huge machine, which was tearing along at tremendous speed. The car slackened its pace just in time to avoid running him down. Im mediately the head and shoulders of a man with munled throat and silk hat appeared through the opened side door. "What in the world is the matter?" shouted the man in an exasperated tone. "I'm late already. Go ahead!" "He says some young ladies need assistance," explained the chauffeur. Then Flossie's voice, high-pitched, called out: "Please wait, Mr. Purtelle. It's us the bridesmands and we're broken down. Please take us." "Drive alongside," commanded the man, laughing. With a hurry and scurry the brides maids tumbled into the big machine and the chauffeur obeyed the em phatic order to "let'er go." "Weil, this is great," said Purtelle, jovially. "I had almost given up hope of participating in that ceremony, but they can't get along without the bridesmaids and the best man, too!" "Oh, but I was to fix her wreath and veil," moaned Laura, "and I've got the 'something borrowed and something blue.' " "Well, don't you worry about it," consoled Purtelle. "I'm sure it wasn't your fault anyhow. You are always so prompt." "H'm! I suppose it was mine," mur mured Flossie to herself as she searched for her needle amid her flounces. In a few min utes the automo bile stopped be fore a house bril liantly illuminat ed and the pas sengers tumbled out and rushed wildly up the car peted steps. "Are the guests here? Are they waiting for the wreath ?" cried Laura as the trio reached the rooms above. "Oh, no, miss," replied an attend ing maid, leading the way to the bride to be. "Miss Vera's just hav- "Sew Up My Glove? jng ner hair done over the third time." "Say, please, will you sew up my glove for me?" broke In Flossie. "Well, I've plenty of time at that rate," commented Purtelle, com placently. "All I've got to do is to comb my hair and fasten the other side of this ;oolish collar." Plan for Summer Comfort 1 Don't add the heat of a kitchen1 fire to the sufficient discomfort of hot weather. Use a New Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove and cook in comfort. With a "New Perfection" Oil Stove the preparation of daily meals, or the big weekly baking," is done without rais ing the temperature perceptibly above that of any other room in the house. Another great advantage of the NEW PERFECTION Bke Flame Oil CooR-Stovc is its handsome CABINET TOP, which gives it every convenience of the modern steel range. Has an ample top shelf for wanning plates and keeping cooked food hot, drop shelves for holding small cooking utensils, and is even fitted with racks for towels. Made in three sizes, and can be had with or without Cabinet Top. If not at your dealer's address our nearest agency. Lamp fzZ zx0r whether high or low is therefore free from disagreeable odor and can cot smoke. Safe, convenient, ornamental the ideal light. If not at your dealer's address o;ir nearest agency. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (Sszorporated) WINCHE i T&ke-mm B 'STEM epeaf isic Shotguns The Winchester RepcatinE- ShotPTin hss stnnrt tS, t; practical tests cf sportsman and the rigid technical trials of the U. S. Crdnr.ncc- BoarJ. Its popularity with the for mer srd ths official endorsement by the latter are convinc ing prccf of its reliability, wearing and shooting- qualities. Will Be in Oregon, Monday, A-ril 26th, at Lawn Hotel-One Day Returning Monthly. FREE FREE 00 NOT NEGLECT YOUR EYES. You now have an oppor tunity to have your eyes treated free by an expert optician, who has had many years experience. uo your eyes pain you ? Can you see as well as you would like? If not. call and haveyoureyes tested. One or both eyes may be be defective and you do not realize it. Eye strain causes head aches. Dizziness Is very fre quently caused by eye strain. The eyes of manv neonle .ouiifj and old, are frequently injured by not avirnr glasses at the right time. And many eyes are injured by usinjr glasses lot accurately fitted. Brst grade of lenses and material used. Al! v.-oik guaranteed. ATTENTION, COMRADES: V. 11. REA Mas er of Optics, .van:-::s City, jio. Up-to-Date Veterinary. OFFICE AT HOME. Both Phones No. 13. 24 Post Cards Free. Here is an opportunity for anyone to obtain 24 handsomely colored sou venir post cards FOR NOTHING and get his choice of three different kinds, namely: 24 Comic Cards, 24 Flower Cards, and a set of 24 cards entitled "Language of the Flowers." In each of these sets there are 24 highly col ored, souvenir Post Cards. All you have to do to obtain them is to send J 25c FOR A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION i TO THE KANSAS CITY WEEKLY J JOURNAL and tell them which set : and N9ht Ca,ls ProPy Attended you want. 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