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THE ABGUS, SATURDA1', FEBRUARY 3, 1900.
Publlataed Dally and Weekly mt 1834 Seeonfl
A Tcoue, Bock Ulruid. m. Entered the
Poavofflee m Second -class matter.
IJT THI KAMI OF J. W. POTTBB
TERMS Dally. 10 eenta per week. Weekly.
(1.00 per annum In advance.
All communication of political or argTimen
taiire character, political or religious, muai
bave real name attached (or publication. No
jco article will be printed over netltloua 1
Correspondence solicited from every town
tip In Koek Island county.
Satikoat, Fkbklaky 3.
The obict of the bible trust is
inertly lo transfer the trust.
Asr way to still invoke the kimlly
brotherly aid l the national admini
(ration the aim of the Taylor in
tf-resm in Kentucky at the present
l'i:n r on top of the arguments in
supiort of the colonial policy in nova
tion us a means i iestowitiv u-
the nation's new wards the blessings
and ail vantages of assimilation, comes
the piirpo--of the tarritlites to hoM ui
the l'orto Kicans for t,he benefit of the
ruar tru-t and the tobacco trust.
Tiik early ending that has come
1 1... f t.t i u L- ri ti if TtA LiliTJ
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conirresiional boom does not atlori
a convincing argument that the lia.ni
bill is any more of an element
,tr-n!rth in political campaigns than
t is as an advertising medium.
really does Iook as il .Mr. hearle s am
bilious rival would be obhgi-d to get
into i he legitimate public prints, if in
no other way. through the I'nion'.
uiiouyruous correspondent column
Tin: iidiii tie llumes of ('clou' and
Semicolon" are MUggeHted as start
Tiik natural Himax of the course so
f ir pursued bv the tcmporarv govern
or of Kentucky would be in hisdcii
arn-e of justice which lie has so fur out
ru-jviK 1 l d i -reg:i r I tie ui'indate
1 lie H.iine ei urt wli'n-h Iih ;i knn-.vl
dgi'd when he took, the ostli of olftVi
which it hi- xinee dc eloped un!
the ciuuit ui ion of the state he i
bidding illegally, wmilil b on a par
with the inconsistent attitude that
Taylor and his followers have up ti
i his lime pursued. The record of tin
Tavlor administration so far has bet u
one that, regardless of the termina
tion of the present unfortunate s-tate
of alTair.i. will always li looked tin
upon with shame by the penple of the
i 'iiniuonwca'.tli. dive that rec -rl
Keoiirani.!l the iniiitia of I he state
on partisan grounds, making it stri t
I v ami solely an element of party ser
Knco ii raged the importation to the
slate capital of 1 ,(Ho armed rutliaus
from the mountains of the state, am
permitted the same to be housed in
t he state house.
Followed t he attemptel assashia
tion of his political rival by one of
this violent band, by proclaiming
himself dictator, adjourning the leg
i slat ore to the locality where violence
rather than law prevail, and where
illicit distilleries flourish under re
Usurped the powers of governor
after being removed from ollice by
the legislature in the exercise of its
functions under the constitution of
Placed himself at defiance with the
authority of the supreme court of his
state, whose laws he had sworu to
enforce to prescribe justice.
If there is anarch v in Kentucky,
who is to blame for it?
A Fatuoan Darnment, Then anil Nut.
N. C Hell, in an exceedingly enter
taining article in the Springfield Reg
ister concerning the lnstorx of tb
declaration of inde'M-ndcitec and the
circumstances under wiin-ii it was
written and enacted, says this of the
famous siirner of the document who
survived his fellow patriots: "Charles
Carroll, of Carrollton. lived to be 'J6
years of age. In !:(, at the age of
the government of the city of
.New lorktoeuta committee to wait
on the last survivor of the immor
i il signers of the declaration, at his
home, and obtain from him a copy of
the declaration of 1 77. to be graced
and aut benticated by his own hand for
deposit iu the public hall of that
cit . A beautiful! v engiossed copy
of that immortal, and until these de
generate day t of William McKinley.
venerated instrument was made and
has proven to be trie Pet there Is (or
ok Z3b ana 5ua at to; druggists
F. A. Richter & Co.
215 Peart Street,
W. L. Yancy. Pad u can. Ky.. writes:
I had a severe case of kidner disease
and three of the lest phTsicians in
southern Kentucky treated me with
out success. I was induced to trv
Foley's Kidney Cure. The tirst bot-
!e gave immediate relief and three
bottles cured me permanently. I
ladlv recommend this wonderful
remedy." All driurrists.
the aged patriot affixed, with his own
band, bis signature to it. and also
tdded the following grateful, solemn
md pious supplemental declaration,
uid which was also signed by his own
hand: '(iratefal to Almighty God for
the blessings which through Jesus
Christ, our Lord. He has conferred on
my beloved country in her emancipa
tion, and on myself, in permitting me.
under circumstances of mercy to live
to the age of fs'J years, and to survive
the ;0th year of" American independ
ence, and" certify by my present signa
ture my approbation of thedeclaration
of independence adopted by congress
on the 4th of July, 1776, which I or
riginally subscribed on the 2nd day of
Angu&t of the same year, and of which
I am now the last surviving signer; I
do hereby recommend to the present
and future generations the principles
of that important document, as the
best earthly inheritance their ances
tors could Ite.jueath to them, and pray
that the civil and religious liberties
they have secured to my country may
le perpetrated to remotest posterity,
and extended to the whole family of
Aug. 2. 1
Then Mr. Bell continues: "Who in
this country, at that time, could have
been made to !elieve that in less than
7J years, public men, in public
speeches, and public iiev. spipers and
other publications, in leading arti
cles, would, with impunity, sneer at
the principles of that immortal in
strumeut, and at the men who signed
it; and that even the president of the
republic, and the dominant political
p.trly of the country, fof the indepen
dence of which these signers risked
their lives, their fortunes and their
sacred honors, would openly and ne
toriomlv repudiate anil spit upon the
basic principles of that declaration
that all men are created eiiual: mat
they are endowed by their Creator
with the inalienable rights of life, lib
ertv and the pursuit of happine?
and that governments can derive their
just powers only from the consent of
the ;everT.ed: or that a president of
the republic they helped in found on
this coutineiit, after declaring that
forcible annexation is opposed to our
code of morals, an I 'criminal a
gression,' would turn r.jun 1 and help
lo make that vrv dcciar-it i-u a hissing
and a by-word in the mouths of men
by setting at deli.tnce and tramp. mg
u infer hss shameless feet tlie once uni
versally approved anil revered piiiei
pies of that declaration of independ
ence i lie teachings :inl practices of
rresiiieni aicKiniev an-i ttie repuit i-
can party at this time, and especially
their brutal slaughter of men in the
Philippine islands struggling for lib?r
tv ami milepenilence, ami tlieir open
anil notorious sympathy for t treat
Britain, our ancient and eternal em
my, in her unjust and brutal war for
the destruction of liburtv and in
dependence of tlii Dutch republics
of bouth Africa, is enough to make
every one of the o(i signers of the
declaration of independence turn over
in their graves. And still. William
McKinley is a candidate for re-clei
ion, and the republican party, the
tory party of these degenerate politi
cal days, expects to re-elect him in this
year of our Lord A. 1 , lyou. J Ins
they expect to try to do, and hope to
accomplish, despite the fact that lie
has spit upon the declaration of inde
pendeiiee, abrogated the Monroe
doctrine. repeatedly violated the
onstitution. exalted the trusts, de-
l. I , i. .1 : ,.....!
uitiv in ti tut; i in , ami ii.'.iuixii I gi
his country in the eyes of every na-IGj
tion in the world except onlv treat
Britain. He has sacrificed the moral
prestige of his country, ami caused it
to benproclaimed as a nation of land
robbers throughout the world. He
has sacriticed the lofty principles of
human liberty and justice proclaimed
in the decla'ation. and practiced for a
hundred years, for the miserable
principles of greed for land and gold.
He has sacriticed our lofty and once
proud independence, for au alliance
with Great Britain, and thus tied his
own hands and sealed the lips of the
American people from consistently
expressing our sympainv ior me
struggling republics of South Africa,
for how can we consistently denounce
the criminal aggressions of dreat
Britain against, liberty and indepen
dence in South Africa, while our-
Felves engaged in shooting our
ormer allies, now struggling for
ibertv and independence in the
'hilippine islands? What Great Bri
tain failed to accomplish in 1770 and
lsl:.'. she has accomplished through
the administration of William Mc
Kinley. ana that. too. without tiring a
;ua or costing a dolUr of money or a
lrop of blood. William McKinley has
made it so that when Kngiand takes
snuff his truculent administration
proceeds to sneeze, and when the
British lion turns over, he pulls the
j'.auket o:T of and causes the
American eagle to meekly and
protestinglv sotiawk. He has
change 1 the glorious American flag
from an emblem of liberty and ius-
ice to an emblem o! imperialism, in
justice ami greed for land and gjld.
Will the i?opie re-elect him? We
hail see; but we do not believe that
the American people have yet reached
that stage of political degeneracy as to
make the re-election of McKinley possible."
At 11 a-m. Each At 10:30 o'clock M"1 Md At 5 o'clock - At 2 o'clock At 10 o'clock At 2:30 o'clock At 2 o'clock At 4:30 o'clock
Day Each Day At 1 1 r30 o'clock Each Day Each Afternoon Homings Each Day Each Day 200 Yards
! 2oO yards best Skirt rp'-,-!, ro, , loo cakes Wood- 10 handsomely deco- Good lanre Hammers. Each day. good
250 yards Apron . Cambrics, mostly Eidcn LJiiy Serviceable Kitchen bury s Faohi) rated I.air.p globes, 10rt yards 9-4 Fn- worth lie. one to a quality
Check Ulnfehams, ligUt colors, 20O yards 40-int "u Hatchets lor Soap, orth 25c tit any 4-inch ring, bleached Sheeting customer lor a Tennis Flannels,
fancy' Curtain Scrims nickel,
3 l-2c Yd. 2c Yard. 5c Yard. 7 Cents. 10c Cake. Each 19c. 12 l-2c Yd. 5 Cents. 3 l-2c Yd.
! At 2:30 o'clock At 3 o'clock All Day, Every All Day, Every All Day, Every All Day, Every All Day, Every All Day, Every All Day, Every
Each Day Each Day Day Day Day Day Day Day lyi
While they las. While they last. While they last. While they last. While they last, WTiile they last While they last
gc vaTS? cy 48 Cents 69 Cents 10 Cents 4 Cents 39 Cents 25c Yard 98 Cents
g0a"S . for Men's and Boys for Men's warm for Silk Velvets, linut for heavy Cloakhurs,
V'i -, " VirH for set of Ropers Tea for larpe square Horse for Ladies' Ribbed w arm shrunk wool Tenuis Nitrht Shirts and dark shades, sold rt inches wide.
0. I aiU. t I U . .-spoons, chtup at ?&c. lllaukets; value 1. .. Fleeced Vets. Mittens. I nicelv trimmed. at 75c. worth to 2.So a yard.
At 3:30 o'clock
250 pood plump
3 l-2c Each
All Day, Every
While they last.
10 to 12 He-
Down, down go tiie prices. Just
a lew of Uie Clearing Sale bargains
Infant's black Casbmere Hose,
assorted sizes, were 25c to
35c. to close, a pair
Ladies' black Cashmere Hose, fine
gu3ge, usually 3 pair lor Qn
1 O0, at, per pair l7
Misses' black Cashmere Hose,
sizec. 5 to , regularly 25c to
wool Leggins, all
25c and 18c
UI (Gh a 0 "Cs
FEBRUARY CLEARING SALE.
Do not have a Clearing Sale every month in the year. It will le six months before there'll be another here. When
we do hvve one. the offerings are unmistakably bargains, the uiice cutiina has a hearty, vigorous tone that inspires
confidence in this store's announcements. We tinJ ourselves with a large overstock of coods on hand, much more than
we ouglil to have and ii"s an object for you to take the goods uud leave us your money, although in many instances we have to
sacrifice much more than our profits. ' ' .
When you can buy warm winter Jackets for 89c, heavy warm Blankets for $1.25 up to $2.25, Cloaking at 9 So a
yard, Skirt Cambrics 2c a yard. Laces worth up to 1 8c a yard at 5c, full 3-pouud Feather Pillows for 39c, Men's 75c
rercaie bnirta lor zyc, good Apron uinguams at o l-2c a yard, etc., ' rnay i- sure we mt;an something ami mat tnis wm i
a regular old fxshioned February Clearing Sale. Il will pay you to lay in supplies for future wants. It will be some time before
prices will be so low again.
The New Sta-
First landing, raaia staircase.
Some strong Clearing Sale values.
9c quire for Kurd's finest Paper.
Closing out odd sizes and
tints in this stylish stationery
which retails regularly up to
25c quire, now paper Oc
Envelopes to match, per pkg 9c
Writing Tablets, very good paper
Steel Writing Tens, 144 inlnjx
(Jood Pencils and Ten 1 lohlers. each
Children's fancy box Taper and l'.nve-
Thick Memorandum Hooks, J0o do ,
Playing Cards, two lots we Knight to
sell at 15c and 25c. We let thi r.i
go in the Clearing Sale at . . 15o and 9c
Great Clearance of Lace ; Blankets and Bedding.
. . Small lots that must go, great money
Great clearance of Lace Curtains.
AH the odd pairs end single curtains,
all slightly soiled pairs, in Irish Point,
Brussels, Nottingham and Rallied net
curtains. Choice at just half price.
This inean3 $5.00 for $10.00 curtains,
$2.50 for $5.00 curtains, etc. This is
our atnual odd pair curtain clearance
a money loser for us, but a rare op
portunity for you.
37 pairs white ri: filed Curtains,
value $1.25, to close, pair.
9c a yd. for fine Cretonnes, odd pieces,
small lengths, worth from 15 to
18c yd., all at. per yd v"
saving for you in each item below.
! $2.00 Sillioliue Comfortables, rieecy
white cotton, hand tied.
take them at 1.25
I $1.2.1 good heavy Comfortables
$1.21 for large gray and white
, Blankets, pink, blue and red
I borders. $l.tS value, at .... I25
09c for Pillows, fine heavy ticking, full
d lbs., no mistake, clean em --kr
out at 3:c, 39c 39
COO Tbs. rrime live geese feathe
to eluse at, per lb 54
48c for Rood, size cotton Blankets,
abnut 50 pairs, won't last Ion
Just remember thin is among tuo greatest Corret departments in the
west. Hero are some prices which will add lame to greatness.
37 dozen, six styles among our best dollar Corsets, many of them the
celebrated P. N. goods always $1, go into our Clearing Efr
sale at just half, 50c. SOc, yes O'-'
44 dozen, a greut job bought several weeks ago but just recently de
livered, regular 75c goods all of them, but to make this
Clearing Sale a great success and make you always think of our
great Corset department, wo will sell them all, pinks, blues, whites.
drabs and blacks at just ono-half, 3c. The best of
75c value3 lor 3bc, 38c
During this sale we will close out all
fur Coilarettes. handsome styles, at
discounts of from 25 to 50 percent.
Fur collarettes are worn all the year.
You'll need them four mouths yet.
Fancy Flannellette dressing sacques.
ribbon bows, COc ones -..37c
Wool Eiderdown Sacrpies, beautifully
made, worth up to $1.50, two lots to
close. Jir.c and 79c
Final Mark-Down and Closing.
Another deep cut in prices and the
last one. Every jacket must be sold
now. None carried. over.
Fine Kersey Jackets worth $10.00
, go for $4.68
Full lined Boucle Jackets worth $7.00
go for $2.50
Heavy Beaver Jackets at a quarter and
a sixth value $3.75. $2.25. $1.47
Real Barnploy cream bleached Damask
full GC inches wide, choice patterns,
worth eye; McCabe's 5i'r
clearing price 42
Pure I.inen Scotch Da mask, assorted
patterns, 85c quality,
clear thcru at
Belfast I.incn Satin Damask, full 2 yds.
wide, regularly $1.25: nO
clearing price yOL
Napkin bargains to clear out, in half-dozi-ns,
slightly mussed, --i ""'
at 9Sc. 7."c. CSc, Mc. 42c and. 2J
Towels on the bargain table, odd lots,
some of them a little soiled, have
sold up to 35c:
A lot of delayed
G8 dozen Bath Towels reduced
to 25c, 17c and
Turkish Towels, 14c
Crash Towelling, heavy, all linen
bleached and unbleached, 18 In.
wide, 12'ic quality
Crash Towelling, twill, bleached
unbleached. 1C inches wide,
Wash Rags, fringed, only six to
one buyer, each
Ready-Made Sheets, Pillow Cases, etc.
Small lots to be closed out at much under market value.
Good weight, good size, white Bed Spreads, hemmed ready
for use, only 40 left at
25 big line Bed Quilts, Marseilles pattern, only one call on
these at thi3 low price
Heavy Unbleached Seamless Sheets ready lor use, .OOc ones.
Good Bleached Pillow Cases
We've shaken the bargain
tree and the values that fall
are worth picking up.
Fancy Garters with
silk ribbon bows, pair
Silk Hose Supporters,
worth 18c, pair
Package toilet paper,
Spleudid stockinet dress
shields, half price, per yd
Assorted lot of hair brushes
thrown out after inventory,
values to 50c. clearing
them out at each 5
Special lot of hair ornaments,
combs, etc.. jeweled and plain,
pompadour, side and back,
combs, all prices to 50c. very
desirable and your
choice for 25c aud
Stick pins, lace pins, etc., big
variety, have sold to 25c, two
lots- to close
out, 8c and 5
Extra heavy dressing w fr
combs, to close I UL
200 gross clear pearl buttons on
cards, sizes 16 to 24, worth to
10c dozen, buy them
Big stool shears, very handy to
have around the house, clos
ing them rr,
out at JZ
Swausdov.-n face powder. --
per box 5
Shine 'em Up. best powder for
polishing metal surfaces,
pound boxes now rT
2 for 5t
Clearing Sale of Stylish Dress Goods
In ma.r inv..n irll.'rn S'i 1l!lV bOUfbt fOUr Or UVe COlOriUr 1" "I"" .IW- l'illV
reeeivixl one iii- or where ibere are two or Uire' stniill pl.-ois l.'ft out ..r :i lim-t .h. sa
ood..s, uo matter how stylish they are or what their value, they must no. unil pi ue ill K. It.
Great Economy in Each and Every Item Below.
Cloakinps and heavy Skirtings. worthSl. 50, 1.75. 2.UO. QRf
.n. ( ..... ,ir. .,.r.tu .,n tiii no-.it. thev to at 9Ho a yard, uo mistake, Ose ... 7(Jl
00-iui h bhu-k uiul navy vlorm serve, one piece of each
worth 7fo, trues at. per yard
Black brillkiDliue ami muhuirs. value 68c,
l:iin aud Uj-'invd. per yard -
25 mil! pieces of fanev dress k'Oixis. in jarguanls. etc.,
values are Oso. 5Hc. 45e. 8'Jtf. all at. per yard. 'Jac,
120O yards fine 36-iin-ta silkenn skii t
liiiiuKs. value 1 ji yer yard
GO pieces tine heavy silesias
to al. per yard
At IO : 3ii eavh day Best
skiriiu cambric. lif.'bt color only
Too many of some lines of laces, so we make the prices that will move them Quick.
GOO yards cotton torchon laces, and insertions, wo-th up to 18o a yard, out they
lio quick ul 5c a yard, be ou Uaud early lo )fet uny at be, 5c
Pure linen torchon lares, especially nke for uuderwear anil pillow cases, 10c to lfek!
values slightly soiled, aud odd patterns, choice while they last
Values considered, these are won
derful bargains, all well-mudo full
Small lot fancy fleered wrappers,
wtrJ 51.25, take them at
Fancy print wrapper.-!, all colors and
styles, always SI. 25,
while they last
Good percale wrappers two pretty styles,
new reds, new blues, new pattern blacks
and greys, worth and 1.50
now just an even dollar. . .
Wool Waists Reduced.
It's economy to buy at our clear
1.3. wool waists
l"p to :2.25 wool waists
Up tJ.7.' wool waists
. uow ...
Styles the best of the Geason.
Up to t3.
;5 wool w aists
Up to $4 wool waists
Children's Jackets and Wool Dresses
C'losine out all children's jackets at 25
to 4U percent les thau regular prices.
jackets ... -'J-
UpuiW.75 - no
Up to 4..-J O T F
Children's Ready-Made wool
Closinsr them out at trreai'.y reduced
prices. S'jecial v'learini? sale lots al
j.OM, 2.47, 1 !."., l.tiX. !7f mill 1 ."..
Domestic Prints, etc.
You'll find these prices on
staple cotton, ginghams and
prints much below value. Buy
Colonial dress prints, dark
styles, present value j'jC yd.
to close 4c
Victor black and white prints
always Cc yd., just 20 pieces
left at 4'jc
Light shirting prints, last call
Navy, wine and black splendid
quality dyed percales, dress
Extra heavy tennis flannels, Eng
lish flannellettes, Three Bell
and other well-known brands
of 10c and 12c tennis, light
and dark styles, will go quick
at 7 'ic
Good 30-inch bleached muslin,
very cheap at 4'ic
About 3.r0 yds extra heavy white
Shaker flannel, usually 8'c
to 1 2c yd at ... , 5c
Carpets Very CKekp
We placed large carpet and rug contracts last fall with the lx;st manufacturers of the
country at the then lowest prices.
Our new carpet layer is an expert from a prominent Chicago house and his woik will
le most satisfactory.
Carpets and mattinys full yard wide, ' ' 1 f)r
cleanup them out at, per yard -- v-'v'
30c Itifrruin carpets, assorted patterns, Ol .
very special value al
Coc Inirraln carpets. Iiest all-wool, only 5 17 'c
patterns left to close at 14
75c Brussels carpets, trood variety of patti-riis and eolorir.ys for parlor, Hf
library, hall aud stair, come ijuick if you waul any at tjv
Dollar Axminsterand velvet carpets. A. Smith i Sous and S. Sanford i Sous standard niakns,
every yard worth l. hut while lln-y last rj
in the clearius? sale they are
43 T'ersian Wilton ruirs 27x54 inches, worth i 1 . 50, )Tc
clearing them out at ,
Smyrna and Moquette rujfs, up to lart-r: carpr-t .sizes, attractive patterns Ueeldedly reduced
during the clearinj; sale.
Short lengths of mattinirs. 2 to 12 yards, nave lieen 15c. lc, 22c. 25c 2m and
3"c yard, clearing them out. your choic. per yard t
Clearing Sale of Fancy Needlework.
75-Cent Drapery Silk for, per yard 29c
To close out all remnants and odd pieces of Drapery Silks quick wo
offer Uiem at 29c a yard, all qualities "Oo, 68c, 7E-c ones,
all at, per yard ,
Pillow Covers, all finished, fancy embroidered, values 1.48,
to close quick, each
12 doz. Uattenberg lace
Mexican drawn work doylies,
50c ones ,
Dennison's Imported crepe
paptr, per roll ,
Free lessons in lace making and art embroidery, commencing this week, Tuesday and
Friday mornings from f to 10 o'clock.
Striking Bargains in
75c Percale Dre,s Shirts, detached lini Pufts
si :fi;lly fi'.l. d and :oi i-v.-i y M.-.e. so r)A.
to cioe. out t;uic, we Nat.each.
Iie:ivv ".ini 1 h:.ir flevr-ed Stiirf: arl Dra.vcrs,
alo li :tui::i mix. oids aad t lx of
o-.!! ustanc lot .-! 'via cut
Men s and Boys' .'a. unl: yarn Milter.s le p:tlr
Tennis Niuht Sh rus. rirj Uam and ! : ly
trtnitr.iHl. you'll piy T.io !nr thcia 0r
ueikyear.no..- u!lo they !ai,t . .
51 hcnvT n! pure m! r-r"'i Shir's and
Drawers, not rery d-.-n tn.-ss A O.
this n.s wc-w lil ci;so 'eii ou. iu.ii 'rOv
87c for heavy al!-wor,l Sweater',
Ciouriui pt3c 97c i)iC
Just three women will get these: Three Limoges China Tea Sets, full 56 pieces, decorated in
colors and gold, worth $12. DO each, lor this sale we say, per set
liroven i'riKktry Tea Pots, some a little chipped p I One lot fine lionn-vases, choice floral decorations
or ttieivise in.perfei 1, 4,ut they go for a an t'I,pleCi gold, good values t 1.7S,
nit kel uiiitte I loe 'cm cut for, each
Dinnerware Like Finding It.
F.verv btwlv kii.-w- what Er.c'isli Luster Band Dishes are. Here's a (Clearing Sale surprise to buyers of this cood ware
IC (iIAVy I'.owls. t'T. . .
25c C?ream l ili i-er-. for.
15c lrc.d:t'.ist pia:--. for
10c 5c Hutter Chips for
10c 10c 1'ie I'la'.es for. . ..
9c 18c Uinnntr Plates for.
l()c Coffee Cups.
1c Tea Plates
1 5c Soup Plates for. .
17 20 to 1723 2d Ave.
L. S. McCABE & CO.
Annex 219 lbth St.,
Jewelry Department. .
Many very murked reduction!.
Rogers plated Tea pporn-.. l-r s-t.
f dd Suirar Shells, at only, each
Old Cuke Haskets. worth up to O.IH O OC
Ui close, each JSi m si J
1 Water Set. four pieces, worth
1 iu:ilrule plau-d Tea Set. value J ff
12.70. at.. UU
3 dozen tiae heavy plate Cups, old lined, COc
Ladiee' and Mea'c Watches at $7.25.
Asp-ta! purchase of .inn In year ircld fll!d
case lit ted with u erv reliable moement.
fully ifuar:inteJ. a Oarirain at 7 V K
lO.OO, while they last, each. 7.25,
Misnmlerstotxl Trriptoms of disease
lead Uoctcrs to
Foley's Kidnev Cure will brinjj you
health when other medicine 3 have
failed. All drujsi.-ts.
treat something else
kidneys are out of order.
Subscribe for Tue A kg is.
Tbfl IU tia Kz tony B2rt
A few notea regarding fall gooda that can be found by looking
at thia ad. Here are some prices we quote: Novelties
in auita the prices range from f 18, f 20, $22, $25 and up. The
prices in the fall trousers range from $5, b 50, $6, $6.60 and
upward. Come in and aee our fine ne.
6US EN GUN,
1 BO 3 gaeond A
Picture Framing a Specialty
A large and choice selection of new mouldings,
at the art store of
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO
310-314 Twentieth Street.