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The Hootaoiaii and ’ • ' [Cousòlinatod Juna 21,1001.] BY C. E. TRESCOTT. -Tlie.Toton Chroolclo nml Tlio Sliolby No we, Consolidated Jauuary 3,1901. Pnblisbod ovary Friday at Cliotoau. Toton , County, Montana. Entered at tlio post-oQlco at Cliotoau, Mon tana, as second class mattor. FRIDAY. AUGUST 16, 1901. OFFICIAL PAPER OF TETON COUNTY. New Course of Study for Indians. Washington, August 10. —Mies Estelle Seel, national superintendent of Indian —schools, has completed a uniform course of study for the service. The course - treats of thirty-one subjects, designed to train the Indian to become self-support ing. Aside from, the literary blanches, it cm braces n course in agriculture, banking, basketry, blacksmithiug, cnrpo utry, cook ing, dairying, engineering, gardening, linmees-makiug, housekeeping, launder ing, printing, painting, sewing, filioemuk- ing, tailoring and upholstering. The course bus been in preparation for the past throo years, and embodies Miss Reel's ideas of the needs of the Endian school service gleaned from personal ob servation in tho field, and with the views of tho various superintendents and In dian workers of the United States, many of whom have spent a scoro of years in the work. This is the ilrst.coursoof study in book form and tho most comprehensive intro clnced into tho Indi'in schools. Two divorce sui's have been filed with the clerk of tlio district court this week. Mr«. Ella F* Wobbor m hor complaint alleges that in the city of Groat Falls, Mont., on July 0, 1809, she promisod to ho a true and loving wife to Charles Webber, and that the snid Charles prom ised to bo hor loving husband until death death did them parr, hut in a very short, time, to v/it: September 13, 1893, the said Charles picked up 1ns bag and bag gage anti did deBort the plnintiiT and has ever since lived apart from her. Louisa Getson alleges in hor comolnint that her husband, Samuel Gessen, de serted her at Kinnigen,-Russia, over four years ngo and lias ever since lived apart from hor. Louisa now lives at Sweet Grass, in this county, and ns Sumuel still resides in Russia, nud tho distance be tween them is too great for thorn to enjoy the joys of murried life, she asks for a divorce. i CEDED STRIE NEWS. Rev. C. E. Cunningham preached lus farewell sermon at the M. E. church-last Sunday evening, and at .the close of tho service the following complimentary reso lutions were rend anil adopted by a ris ing vote: WiiEitEAS, Rev. C. E. Cunningham, for tho past two yoars pastor of the M. E church of this placo, lias been assigned to a now field of labor and is about to remove from our midst, nud W iiereah , We recognize tho faithful and successful work accomplished by him while ministering to us as such pos- tor, therefore bo it R esoii V ed , That we ns members, or at tendants and supporters, of the M. E. church of Cbotenu hereby express our appreciation of the Christian character of Rev. C. E. Cunningham and his devotion nnd faithfulness in tho cause to which ho has dedicated his life. R esolved , The wo recognize in Mrs. Cunningham a worthy coworker with hor hnsbnnd in the cause of religiou and morality, and we hereby express our re grets that the friendly ties that have for the past two years united them with our selves are now «o soon to be broken. But though separated horenfter from us we.sball not forget them nud shall ulwuys bespeak for them and theirs the benignant smiles of heaven and the support and fellowship of now-found friends as truo and steadfast as those they leave behind. - ... ' A ltyn , M ont .,..- - ? A u g .’13,-1901.5 Tho modern Robin Hood of Altyn has moved bis castlo and placed him self in the same position Christ was when he was crueifiod between two thieves. The big chief of the Irish reserve now runs a harbor shop hore. Ho can give you a sea foam, an ocean foam, or turn the river on you. Poor old Lew is still at the old game— base ball. Frauk Bevins and Frauk Barton .vore over hore from Cardston on bus- tess with tho Hon. J. A. Kennedy. Mrs. llegis, a duughtor of J. M. Harris of this place is hore visiting relatives. We are informed that John K e n nedy has taken up a claim in tho district known ns tho Kennedy & Cowhoo district. J. H. Sherburne and family of Browning aro visiting in Altyn. Mrs. Arthur, sister of J. H. Sher- tiuru, and Miss Begin, o f Washington, D. G\, aro here on uu outing. James Lurity has received a large bottle of buy ruui—just for his hands he says. Jakoy Stewart is in town from the Cracker this week disporting himself. Jakoy is a jovial boj' and misses uo one whon hero. Goo. Ad lain has made a grentstrike latbly. It goes !).\» per cent gold by the amount of shots heard at his claim this week. Ho must liavo sev eral thousand tons of ore on tho dump by this lime. Olio of Altyn’s prosperous business men can be seen on tho street at any hour of tho day and wo fear if ho does not got something to support his hack it will break. Just look a leedle oud” Tom. J. S. Odell of Gold Butte is in town looking over the property. Dad Walker has returned from CardBtou fully satisfied- Dad says givo lmn tho stars and stripes. Dud Walker hus taken the contract to plaster the Mat ¡son residence, one milo from Altyn. When finished it will bo one of the finest residences in northern Moutuna. Tho citizens of Altyn would liko to find out whore Sam Somes made the last strike for it is indeed a fine one, but Sum will not toll. Ho says he will keep it buried until he gets his price. A beautiful display of ore can be aeon in Altyn, tho fruits of the lust strike in the Josephine. Flow e rree Cattle. The Chicago Drovers’ Journal of last Wednesday says. Arrived today con eisted of 25 loads, mostly steers, of the Flowerree nud Lowry brand. These cat tle were considered of slightly better quality than the first arrivals for the mar ket here Inst year and sold quite reudily at prices steady with Monday’s sales, which iu view of the weak oud lower market for native steers, iudicuted a rela tively firm condition of this brunch of the market. Bales consisted mostly of steers weighing 1,200 pounds up to I,-128 pounds, at a rauge of S4.C0fe4.80. A few ■mull lots of cows sold at $3.80fe4.10. PETE JONES KILLS HIMSELF. George W. Glasgow, belter known throughout Teton county as Puto BURTON GLEANINGS. - Harvesting has commenced, on,_lho Burton bench and haying.is still iu progress. 1 , Ferris & Thompson bavo put up over 250 tons of hay aud their creiy is still at work. v r • 1 / ' F. A. West and son are in the mountains this week after jack pine for wood. . • W . H . Franklin and wife and part of the family aro in tho uorth fork of the Toton- this week berrying, arid pleasure seeking. V Miss Grace Arnold o f Waukon, la., is the guest o f Mrs. Waterman. Miss Arnold is a toachor from Alamakee county aud holds a first grade certifi cate in her county. If tho climate agrees with the lady.sho may become one of Toton county’s teachers. Miss May Franklin is tho guest of Dana Watormnu this week. Rev. G. W. Lutz started for the Natiounl Park on Saturday of last week. He says ho saw finer fields of irrigated grain on tlio Burton bench thun ho saw iu Idaho or Colorado. He was pleased with (he pooplo and country here. OUT BANK BREVITIES. Cut Bauk, Mont., Aug. 13, 15101. • Quito a lot of amusement was fur nished our citizens F r id a j\ evening by a constable trying' to arrest a drunken squaw. It was hard to tell which had the. b iggest jag. Ed Pettigrew and Bob Majors re turned Thursday morning from a weeks vacation at McDonald lake nnd Columbia Falls. Ed Cummings and Harry Houser came up Friday evening to attend the dance at tho P. P. Leo Mer..Co’s new store, nnd say—they had a right royal good time. Ed Pettigrew says ho had moose meat to eat at Lake McDonald. Auy one wishing a guide would do well to call on Ed before making other arrangements. Benny Thompson is -uotv mixolo gist at tho T. Si M. saloon. John McNally is serving in th sumo capacity for Smith & Gilboo. Our Justice of tho Peaeo leaves tomorrow’ for a visit to Seattle aud other coast towns. ' ; Miuo host Arcliio McDonald ha& opened his new hotel to tho public. \ N o. Av. Price. 3 d « « • t •••• ■ • • • • • • « • • .. 1,400 8-1 80 rii * • f v a « » • • • « • » < » • • • • ♦ ♦ ♦ a .. 1,427 4 80 20 * ¿ » ? *• * * 4 * • * # » » • 4 4 4 » 4 4 .. 1,819 4 60 00 » 4 P» ..1,288 4 60 TX 4 4 - 4 » 4 4 4 » P t f • 4 4 » 4 . . . . .. 1,287 4 CO ’ . / ! • ) • • « » 4 4 P • » P P 4 P 4 p ‘ 4 f 4 4 4 *' » .. 1.3G4 4 00 3 C O W S . 4 4 4 • » 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 ^107 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 f • • • 4 4 4 4 4 * 8 C O W 0 4 4 4 f 4 0 0 4 4 0 4 4 0 0 4 5 C O W S * 4 4 4 P 0 • • 4 4 ••**•• • .. '938 .. 1,276 . . 1,156 ., 830 3 10 I O . 5 lu 3 85 Jon os, committed suicide at Pearson Bros, ranch on tho Dry Forks, near Pondera, Tuesday night, by shooting himself iu tho head with a 30-30 rillo. Glasgow had taken tho rifle and tying u small ropo to tho trigger placed the other end around his foot and then, placing tho barrel of tho gun iu his mouth, pulled tlio trigger. Ho used a soft uosod bullet umi tho re sult was something ghastly, the whole top of his head being blown off and his brains and blood wore spatterod all over tho tent »then ho committed tlio deed. Coroner Tbo.s. B. Magee of Du- puyer went to tho scene and hold au inquest, the jury bringing in a verdict of suicide. Glasgow had been a resident of Teton county for sovurul years, hav ing beou omployed as a ranch hand nud rauge rider in the vicinity of Pondera. He hud been seriously in jured twice by horses bo was riding lulling on him. The last uccidont loft him iu bad shape, his spine hav ing been affected. Ho has complained seyoral tiinos during tho past few months that if ho saw no clmnco of recovery lie would kill himself to re lievo his sufferings, but very little attention wus paid to his threats by his friends, and becoming moro de spondent becuuse ho was gradually becoming worse instead of bettor ho killed himself as above stated. Little is known of Glasgow here und us far as known ho has no rela tives iu this part of the country. His rotnaius were buried at .Pondera on Wednesday evening. T h e New G. N. Branch, Tho Groat Northern surveyors who have beou ul work for several weolts iu Flathead county surveying a pro posed route for a line from, tho pres ent main lino to meet tho branch from Jennings to tho brow ’s Nest, have about completed their work, nud it may bo stated positively that, if tho survey be approved, tho line will leave the main line about two (piles oast of Columbia Falls aud 2(5 miles froiti Kalispell, strikothe mouth of Bad Rock Canyon about 3 miles east, of Columbia Fulls, and, running northwesterly will tap (he Jennings branch about three miles below the mouth of Tobacco river. From the mouth of Bud Rock cau- yon, a liuo will be run south to tap tho Northern Pacific at Jocko on the Flathead reservation. Labor Day Proclam a tion. Arbucklo’s coffee, §12 50 perew t.; best breakfast bacon, §12 .per cwt.; hams §1150 per cwt., .at Purrott Si Heloiia, Aug. 14.— Governor Toole today issued bis Labor Day procla mation. It reads as follows: “ Commending the spirit that ani mated tho legislature in tho enact ment of such a law, I recommend that Monday, Sept. 2, 1J10I, be gener ally observod as a day of rest aud healthful recreation by the toilers and creators o f wealth. “ The enormous yield of our mines and the, satisfactory returns from money iu vested iu muuy of tho prin cipal pursuits of Montana, make it specially fitting that all emplovois of labor should afford tho amplest opportunity to their employes to ap propriately celebrate the day, giving paramount consideration to ways und means by which the condition of labor may bo further improved com mensurate with its intellectual, in dustrial, civil aud social, require ments. “ Let its honor nud dignity bomaiti- taiued nnd emphasized, to the oud, if possiblo, that every inequality may be obliterated us inlontfodand-taugbt by Him,who • 1 “ Holds tlio issues iu His hand\ Of all that luim a h joil Has wrought ' Aud all that human skill has planned.” ■BUTTE* MINING :TÀLE.;Â .; .'Never in j l j e hist6ry'.-,of Butto'havo' things beoh'livelior ¡li'miriing circlos' thpri thpy are today. ’’ This isr uofcduq to anything; counoctod with tlio big companies but rather to the strikes iri thejmapy'districts scarcely opened up yet and-tho ever growing area o f the copper belt. R ight in the heart of Butte mines are being developed which were thought to be for years no good! Tourists and citizens alike n‘re anxious to watch developments and spend hours looking on. Next to tho Lizzie and within a few feet of tho Butte bicycle track is the Colorado, which is being worked by the leading mon of Butte. They will down over siuk 500 feet aud are now 100 feet. \ !' At tho Gom which adjoins' the Speculator and is owned by H. L. Frank, a big striko was made this week. On the 500 foot level au 8 feet body of fine copper ore . was un covered.- - , Frank Farrell is always lucky aud when ho paid ovor a million for the property on the flats, the McQueen placer and others, ho kuew exactly what he was about. On shaft No. 3 a vein of good copper ore wasoncoun- torod on the 200 foot level. On the Bertha, right close by a strike was made, 12 inches of fine ore. It is a fraction of tlio Butte and Boston ad joining it on tho oast. Work on the Pacific adjoining is being pushed, 3 shifts per day. They are sinking 5 feet per day. They aro down nearly 200 feet.\ At Columbia Gardens everybody is rustling hard aud there are hundreds of prospect holes iu ovor direction. At tho Carlisle, which is beyond the first.range of hills and. due east from Butio quite a striko is reported but the owners say littlo but are working hard. Eastern men aro notv lookiug. at it with a view to purebaso. From tho start it promised well, thore being a 12 inch vein of sulphide ore right on the surface. At the Mountain Lion, also-lit the Gardens, good wain tvas struck giving a value of 49 ounces of silver, §4.40 in gold and 3 vper cent copper per tou. Pat Mullin has lease aud bond on it and on the arljoining claim, the State of Maino. The latter has a tuhtiol in a thousand foet, driven ten years ago. It has caved in aud Mullin is having it re- limbured. At the Olivo Brandi they have, made a great striko. This is the Olivo Branch belonging to tho Butte Mining and Development company of which Lee Mantle is head. There aro two Olivo Branches and, there aro three llomostuke mines. Heinze owjjs the one two miles from Butte in Park cauyou and he has recently shipped the machinery from it to his Clinton. His is a copper mine, tile others are gold mines. At the one in Brown’s gulch they have just put in a new boiler, engine and_ pump and tiro sinking rapidly. The strike last made gave §134 in gold, 410 ouucos in silver. Thore is a group .of five claims, two of which aro patented. Tho third Homestake is southeast of Buttoaud there things are humming. It is at llomcstako station and they have a ten-stamp mill runuing at full blast. The Tuolomic on tho flats has been bonded to easterners for Sl80,000 and they will push development. At the Blackwell m ine-in tho Homestake district a cynide plant has been add ed. Tboy bavo a ten-stamp mill. They cun now save 90 per cent of gold hitherto lost aud cap treat 30 tons per day. It is closo to Butte. The shaft is down over 300 feel, tho ore iu the vein averaging §10. per ton. At tlia’Siubad a five, foot voin bat beeu struck at t.he 500 foot level, c o p per glance, 50 por cout copper Heavier machinery was recently in- ilalled. The Siubad is in Purk canyon. Senator Clark has beeu sued for §332,009 torero takou from a portion of tho Stewart mine, others lay claim io it. It will bo'a warm suit. & _ D ^ ^ * <:, >.’•Dprcr.EK3 ; ■ Hayirig-isslqwly coining to' a'Brilsli but h a s -been ' -indch .. protracted od .account bf'a shortage \of nelp.¿-v '•V-. ’ ‘\t'/'V <V - . The “ F- ' roundup ^ outfit- -passed through town'dri the‘9tb .. , . . 1 v V- _ -■».-I -■•••.. ’ ; James W ilson: and-' Ole - Strand of Poiiderav were in town- last week'on business:. - • . , - v ; f ' F. P. C o w e ll'an d - .family ./arrived' home from Missouri ’Sunday. Their, \many friends were' well,'pleased-to. see them back. Jack Clark-left for,-. Great Falls on Monday'last. .His injured' , knee,was not .healing properly and ho coh'sid- ered it necessary to subject it to the X-rays in order that the bullet might be located and extracted. -• W e are grieved to announce the death of Mrs. J. J. Malohe, who died on_ Saturday, Aug. 10th. By hor death the community loses ouo of its brightest social members aud her bereaved husoaud ,has the sincere sympathy of all. ' \ - ‘ - W. D. Hagen 'sprained, his ankle one day last week and is ’ now com pelled to use crutches. •- * '/ , .J Charley Cowell of 'Byuum .was in\ town Monday. • Dick Dean and family expect to spend two or three weeks camping in the mountains. \ .. ... James Miller and family moved to their now ranch M o n d a y . ' Frauk Leech and fam ily. left for Groat Falls Sunday. Sirs. Titus left for Kibby today on a short visit. Carl Harris .and family left for Groat Fails leday. . Born to Sir. and Mrs. Ben English on the 14th, a girl baby. _, ; - Sirs. H. F. England returned to hor homo in Choteau the first o f tho week after a pleasant visit o f a few days with friends. W. D. Jones was in from Spring Hill today- buying supplies for -his rauoh. , ■ .... . * While we think it is a blamed mean trick for the editor-of the' Sloutanian and Chronicle to rehash news out of the Acantha and pretend, he has got a Dupuyer correspondent, still we would much rather lose’ our individ uality entirely than to have the veracity (?) of certain responsible (?) parties, questioned. - ' J. C. liuthoford and his daughter, Mrs. Kuka, Fred Davis aud Abe Mc- Knight were iu town the first of the week on thoir way .to the Sun river hot springs where they will remain for several weeks. , Ed Bailey, of Choteau, was a busi ness visitor iu town the latter part of last week. Barney Mathews, of Pondera, was business visitor here this week. 'Latest riltfirary Ñews. cvThe sale of thousands ofcoptes of- a ’ten-ceut\ magazirib 'at'-one dollar apiece, was a yery. curious .happening atTbp; time of ;the\Ckicago - W orld’s Fair.,' The.Co'smbp'oiifan prepared a W orld’s.Fair number,\ contributed to by J many famouswriters, nnd s o ih o r - oughly illustrated .thatjt surpassed, even’ the most experisiyeS.book which had up'to.that time been issued.'. .In these days thq:magdz.inb was' printed froth two sets'“of piates . only. - arid when these,were worn out m was im- possible, ,without .a greats loss oi time to put further editions on the- press. The - newsdealers,, taking advantage of t his'condition; raised .‘ the- price o f The f,Cosmopolitan^ - AYprld’s .. F a ir number tb.one dollar ¿ copy.- . A.few- X •fji ir f ¿vs» sales, were oven madoitoward.(he. Iasf;4:. - S.tJkÎ.Ï . Cos muí; a five dollars . apiece.-':'.’-The politan- will -endeavor;-to repeat its’ past success’ with:a :J?au-American Exposition number which will be moro attractive, if possible.than its World s Fair predecessor;- It is-doubtful if any book selling,-at. forty- times the price of-tbe magazine ’Will- give any description-of-the fair: . which will a p - ■ ' proach in ..- interest. thea Sep teniber^v i. ’ Cosmopolitan.' - • ’ ; .Those who visit tho fair,-.l iyijlj.'pfe- serve-.this' numbor as- a , delightful..-/-, v reference-book in the years to cbirie,- and those/ ivho are unable- to go there J- will \-secure -such a comprehensive.-:' vie>y.QfJjta'.maiu^ttracUons'-as. will be’ well worth of- preservation..';; ,\ ' ''á í í : ’: . A- T ; V- . ; -Montariian and Chronicle,; 82‘ a-year. / > r D U P U Y E R , MONTANA. G W & M ê f f i o m i ï m M Carry a^FulF Line of. Goods - in-All- Depart- •' - ments...tp supply'the..wants.of stockmen-and • - • -ranchers.' ‘ /.r; -V\ ;• - -C-- D R Y .GOODS , ; ? .BOOTS,'aiicp. SIIÖES,- g r p ' c e r i e s , r - ' - •4 CLOTH IN G/“ ' Xr- H A R D W A R E , GORDON HATS, ... \HARVESTER'S 7 , ^ - v ' -B L A N K E T s V .' \S ' • s a d d l e s '-.\ . - *’ /;-■ QUILTS; '. - ------- . ------------ - r r ' ' 1 “ ‘ e m u w c i . o a u u RakëVand. Winona -VVâgqns\ând;iBTuggie.s'; : Call andSeé Th'enn,..Their.Prices’are -Right and. Terms Reasonable;,.£ . ; % ' G R E A T F A L L S ; MONT.' -.. (Unincorporated.)' Paid up capital ___ 100,000 Individual responsibility. ; . 2, 000,000 W. G. CONRAD, Pres. - -• . - JAMES T.'STANFO RD , V - Vice Pros.’’ and Manager. - ; ? P .'K E L L Y ; CaslilerT This bank solicits .accounts, arid offers to depositors absolute security, prompt\ aud . careful .attention, and the most liberal treatment consistent with Bafe and profitable banking. Buy s’ aDd sells foreign exchange, drawiug direct on all principal Amer ican and European' cities, and- issuos its' own Letters-! o f Credit.' Interest paid on time deposits. The highest cash price paid for' ap proved'state, county, city and school bonds and warrants WHEN ' ; YOU< v isiT ' • HELENA HAVE \ ■ YOUR , / ' Taken àt - T A Y L O R ’S T H E A .-I; KENNEDY; PROP. First class in.every respect. Board by day or week àt rea sonable ratés ’ • .. S'- Sì; S - t S t - S .-S - ? - ? - ST- Sf- f$\ l m EVERY DAY BARGAIN DAY WITH US. J l - REHEMBEl M A IL ORDERS J PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. A complete stock of fishiug tackle cau bo got at thri GhotQau-Mercantile Co. '’ 1:. . ' ' j f * C F o r Sale. Eight work . horses. Will trade.\ for oats.nt market prices ‘ this' fall; deliver horses now. . \'J* W allace C owell ,' Bynum, Montana, < For good values . in -,; triiuks. hand hags, valises aud-teloscnpes come to Parrott’s & Meade’s, Shelby. fix m m m m m m m m m m m \t/ \t> Hi i t o \ì/ il/ i t i i t i i t i i t i H ú i t i i t i i t i i t i i t i i t i ( } / ; S m * That we don’t give you anything for nothing but; whatever you purchase:, at store is guaranteed to be worth fully one hundred cents on the dollar - or money-refunded to you.if' not satisfactory;'; W E . E O O l i ' 3 S T 0 3 O D Y , ' That is our motto of doing business—One Price to All'and that.the Lowest;- our PARASOLS. Wo have all colors in Ladies’,Misses' aod Children’s Parasols which wo will sell at 20 per.cent discount. Now is tho.time to save money. DRESS SKIRTS. Wo havo a large stock of Ladies’ Crash dress skirts and also wool dress skirts which we will, sell at 20 p'er cen t discount. Call and see them. NECK TIES. Teck ties 25 cents nnd np. Fonr-iu-haud ties 50 cents and np. Boys’ Windsor ties 20o and 25o. Men’s bow ties 25c and 35c. Ladies’ bow ties 25c. We have a' larg e stock of Ladies’ Fancy Ties at reduced prices. ' ’ . ■ STRAW HATS. 20 per ceDt discount on all Men’s, Women’s nnd Children’s straw bats, also a largo stock of canvas hats at reduced prices. WHITE DRESS GOODS.- W o . have the lagrest 'stock of White Dress Goods ever shown in Choteau botpre at prices from 8c to 50c,. also fancy lacos and yoking for summer dresses. Aip White . Goods'- -must, go at 20 per cent discount. . HOSIERY. Ladies’ blnok cotton hose ......... 15 Ladies’ black cotton Lose... 20 &'25 Children's black cotton hose.. .. 15 Children’s black cotton hose.. . . ’ '25 Boys’ extra heavy hose.’. j....., ' 25 Children’s white cotton hose ___ 25 LADIES’ SHIRT WAISTS. Wo have a large stock of wash waists left which we will sell'nt 20 por cent discount. .Now is--the lime to buy nnd save money. '• CORSETS. S H O E S . Ladies’ Oxford T ies...\ ........... Misses’. “ “ . Children’s Slippers ......... . . . Men’s Oil Grain, one.buckle.. Men’s lace shoes ___ .:. Men’s canvas shoos.. . . .7 : . Boys’ canvas shoos Youths’ canvas, shoos......... §2 50 1 25 .1 00 1 50 1 50 1 65 i 25 i 00 Ladies’ summer corsets ......... Ladies' erect form ......... Ladies’ nursing corsets ......... Ladies bnst form corsets J . :. Misses' corsot waists Child ren’8 corstt waists' ____ _ ' r CLOTHING. Men’s nil wool suits'.... . . . . . Men’s gray .mixed suits...;. Men’s black worsted.‘. J....' Boys’ snmmer'crrisb. suits.. Boys all wool esnifa.... Boys’ cotton ;knee pants... .- Boys cotton heavy, pants'.'... Boys’ all-wool pants....'!.-!.' 8 6 00 80Ö -12 00 1-25 ;2\ 50 •25 35 .50 ' ODDS , and' ENDS; Laco curlains........... -75c to $5 00 Window shades, . ! . . . . . . . 50 Now Ideal..Sewing'mQchine., 25 00 Ladies’ wrappers..-.. Sl- 00 to 3 50 Ladies’ kid gloves. Ingrain carpets ....... Best velvet carpet... Wall paper per roll, (ÍV m m w (tv m m * ; m w (tV (t> m - SI 25 to ' 2 Ó0 .\. • - 65 125 .’ . ! .V 10c tö:;20 SUMMERUNDERWEAR. Gents’, fine ribbed wool,- suit\; . §2 00 Gents’ fine ribbed cotton, - ‘‘ * . | 25 Gents’ Baliiriggrin.suit: v. . . .' \ l- 00 Ladies’ ribbed cotton, suit.. ‘ TOO Ladies’ vests' 10c and tip. 0 . We have a large. stock, of children’s summer underwear.—Call . and seens. ( t v -4I> Mr. \*/ \H i t i i t i i t i i t i - i t i i t i i t i i t i i t i à/ i t i i t i i t i - i t i i t i i t i i t i . : C H Q T E A i a » m -