Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, November 04, 1904, Page 14, Image 14

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J. Winfield Kimmis Finds Wife
Has Married Again.
Long-Lost Husband Returns to Find
Another -Man in His Place,
and Decides to Disappear
J. Winfleld Kimmis Is the Enoch Arden
of Portland, the real life figure "who has
returned to his home after years of -wandering,
to find another sitting by the fire
Bide he left; the man of disappointment
who, like the hero of long ago, has slipped
again from sight rather than disturb the
peaceful scene.
Wednesday morning a man, travel
stained and weary, stepped Into a Sixth
street drugstore and asked the clerk for
some headache medicine. He had been
traveling for many days, and the con
stant jar of the train, had set his nerves
on edge.
"Do you know a Mrs. Florence Kim
mis?" the stranger asked nervously, as
he took the medicine prepared for him.
"Do you know such a person, or where
she lives?"
The clerk did not know, but found the
name in the directory 'Mrs. Florence
Kimmis (widow of J. TV-infield Kimmis),
227 Market."
The traveler looked long at the state
ment, and a smile broke over his face.
"Do I look like a ghost?" he asked of
the druggist, and he laughed at the sup
position. "I am J. Winfleld Kimmis," he next an
nounced, while the clerk grew bewilder
ed. "I am J. "Winfleld, the dead come
back to life." Then he told his story, in
part, at least.
Kimmis was in the years past the pro
prietor of the Tinker's Hotel, at Long
Beach. During the late 80s he was mar
ried to a young lady of Portland and for
a time all went well.
The husband, however, was of a rov
ing disposition and insisted upon trav
eling from place to place, against the
wishes of his wife and his relatives. From
this fact friction arose and one day in
1900 Mr. Kimmis left the house at Ixmg
Beach and was seen no more.
Time passed and every effort was made
by his wife and relatives to find the miss
ing man, but In vain, xn the course of
months notices appeared in Eastern pa
pers announcing that a man Identified as
J. "Winfleld Kimmis, of Portland, Or., had
been found dead in an Illinois town, and
had been buried there with the funds
found on his person. These notices ap
peared in the Portland papers, and the
man was idven up for dead by every one.
"I first knew that I was dead," he told
the drug clerk, "by reading my obituary
in a Kansas City paper. I was still sore
at what I thought to be the mlsjudgment
of my relatives and friends, so I allowed
the report to go unchallenged. I thought
that since I was supposed to be dead I
'would remain out of the way.
"But as time passed I began to see that
I had been in the wrong, partially at
least, and I decided to come back." Mr.
Kimmis thanked the druggist for the di
rections given and, picking up his grips,
started out to find 227 Market street But
if he found tho place he met with disap
pointment for the lady had gone and with
it his hopes of reconciliation.
Just one month ago on "Wednesday last
Mrs. Florence Kimmis became the bride
of Henry Klippel, an employe in the of
fice of the City Engineer, thus blighting
the hopes of the travel-stained wanderer
who one month later returned to seek for
giveness for what he had done. Yester
day Mrs. Klippel was seen at her home
on East Couch and Twenty-eighth streets
and told her side of the story. She is a
pleasant little lady, brunette and beau
tiful, who dreaded any unpleasant promi
nence that might come from the return
of her former husband.
"I did not know that Mr. Kimmis had
returned," she said, "and I am sorry that
he has come back at this time, for It will
make it unpleasant for me.
"There never was any trouble between
us other than that he was of a roving
disposition, while I wished to settle in a
permanent home. He was the proprietor
of the old Tinker's Hotel at Long Beach
and wanted me to come there, but I did
not go when he sent for me. From that
perhaps some difficulty arose. His folks
did not think that ho had done right and
suddenly he disappeared. No one knew
what had become of him until word was
received of his death in the East Later,
friends of mine in the East sent me a
clipping from a paper printed there tell
ing that Mr. Kimmis had been seen alive.
After waiting a long time for his return,
I went to California where, after a year's
residence, I secured a divorce. I was
married Just a month ago "Wednesday and
I am very sorry that Air. Kimmis has
come back just at thta time, for it will
cause unpleasant talk."
And so. like Enoch Arden. Mr. Kimmis
returned to find the niche he left vacant
filled again. And. like the hero of story,
he has taken his disappointment in silence
and has slipped away.
waltiipoa the wholesalers and secure from
them a donation for the cause.
This motion brought forth a storm.
Three of the members tried to gain the
floor at the same .time, and, W. H. Parker
won out He brought his Southern elo
quence to bear on the question and at-last
succeeded In hurling it upon the table,
where it was left to lie. Mr. Parker held
that even the Republicans had not bad
as they were, asked for assistance from
the liquor interests. Such action on the
part of the club was outrageous and
should not be countenanced. After a
great deal of discussion the motion was
Announcement of the arrangements for
the Democratic rfally. to be held at Hi
bernian Hall on 'Saturday evening, was
made at the meeting last night John A.
Jeffreys, of Salem, a former memb'er of
the Legislature and one of the present
Democratic candidates for Presidential
elector, will make the address of the
evening. He wllf be assisted by Frederick
V. Holman, the National committeeman
from Oregon, and AV. C. Dillard, another
electoral candidate. The committee of
the club which has the meeting in hand
expects to fill the hall with people and
Chinese Woman in Jail for Larceny
Arouses Sympathy of Inspector.
A peculiar case of Chinese cruelty has
come to notice from Coqullle, Or., the
particulars being brought to Portland by
Inspector Barbour, who has returned from
a business trip to Marshfield.
It appears: that Ah Sen, an aged Chinese
woman, lies In the jail at Coqullle, so 111
that it is doubtful whether she lives until
her trial in April. The charge against the
aged woman is larcenyv and It Is said to
be without foundation, and instigated by a
Chinese tong. Her accuser Is Gee On, a
highbinder, who formerly lived with the
woman. According to the story told by
the friends of the old woman, she was
left alone in this country when only 12
years of age. when her husband returned
to China, where he died. She went to
live with Gee On, who sold her to Gee Fee
for the sum of J150. Her owner and other
members of the tong suspected that the
old woman possessed a sum of money
ranging from $600 to $1000, and this they
endeavored to obtain. After trying every
means and failing, the arrest and prosecu
tion on a charge of larceny was resorted
to. The woman has been in jail since
September, and Is suffering from a wound
on the arm. She has been denied bail, and
is even not allowed to leave her cell, the
tong she has displeased using every means
to persecute her.
Her case came to the attention of people
In Coqullle, who Interested themselves In
the old woman's behalf. Inspector Bar
bour was told of the circumstances, but
is unable to do anything until the civil
courts run their course, after which he
will have her arrested and deported, the
thing the old woman most desires.
Debate as to Whether They Should
Ask Wholesale Dealers for Aid.
' The Multnomah Democratic Club Is out
of unds and Is at the same time afraid
that the Republicans will do something
naughty on Tuesday next while the elec
tion is in progress. To prevent the latter
misfortune from happening. It is neces
sary to have money to hire loyal Demo
crats to guard the sacred precincts of the
polls, for it cannot be expected that
Democrats can give a day of their lives
to the service of their party, according to
the arguments made at trig meeting of
the Club last night
In order then to accumulate enough of
the wealth of the land to preserve the
purity of the election, Thomas McGovern
and Joseph Malley were of the opinion
that the Wholesale Liquor Dealers Asso
ciation of the city should be asked to do
a little contributing towards the Jeffer
sonian creed.
Money is tho source of all evil, and It
was the cause of a stormy .session of the
democratic Club last night The drama
opened with a speech by Pat Powers, who
depicted the direful things that would
happen should the party fall to provide
some one to watch the dishonest fellows
who intend to deposit Illegal votes.
Mr. McGovern called to mind that the
club could not expect Its members as a
rule to give a day to watching the polls
unless they were paid for It He then
mentioned that the club had no funds
and thought that a campaign committee
should be appointed to find a little money.
The wholesale liquor dealers had not as
yet given a cent to the party. Last June
he said the Democrats as a rule fought
the local option law and were ignored by
the liquor interests. Now it was up to
the party to get a little of the money that
the liquor men are supposed to have on
hand for campaign purposes.
Mr. Malley followed with a few remarks
in which he stated that he. too. thought
the party had not been treated right by
the liquor Tflfen and that It would be noth
ing more than right to go to them for a
little, help.
J. E. Simmons was opposed to prohibi
tion, but he was also opposed to asking
lor assistance from the liquor men, but
before he made his sentiments known he
moved that a committee be appojpted to
Furrier, Who Pawned Sealskins, Is
Arrested in Tacoma.
George Barbeau, the furrier who sud
denly closed his establishment on Mor
rison street about two weeks ago,
pawned the wraps and furs left with
him by customers, and suddenly and
mysteriously departed for parts un
known, has been apprehended at Ta
coma, and Detective Day leaves this af
ternoon to bring him back. He has said
he would come without requisition pa
When Barbeau departed and left his
customers to mourn, it was first
thought he had gone to British Colum
bla. Detectives Day and weiner, to
whom the case was assigned, succeeded
in regaining the furs for Barbeau's de
frauded customers, and then gave their
attention to tracing the man. Through
information furnished by these detec
tives, the police of Seattle located Bar
beau in Tacoma. The police of that
city were notified and the man was ar
rested yesterday morning, the Police
department of this city receiving word
of the capture about noon. Barbeau
says that it is all a mistake and that
he fs willing to come back and face
his accusers. He says that the furs ho
pawned were garments on. which his
charge for repairs had not been paid,
and that he warned the owners before
taking the goods to the pawnshop.
St. Johns to Be a City of Four Wards
With Eight Councllmen.
Councilman T. J. Monahan. chairman of
the St Johns charter committee, says that
the new charter is blocked out and will
be ready to submit to the people there by
December 1. . The new charter will divide
the town Into four wards, and provide
for election of eight Councllmen, two from
each ward. It is estimated that each ward
will contain at least 500 people.
There will also be a guarded bonding
provision and a street Improvement sec
tlon. When the charter Is completed it
will be submitted to the Inspection of the
people of St Johns at a public meeting.
The charter committee Is endeavoring to
frame an instrument that will be satis
Elegant garments popular prices. "We
are manufacturers of ladles' garments;
know what we are doing and each day
our factory Is turning out a good bunch of
the fine garments well made, made right
and are offered far less than stores can
who have to buy them from Eastern Job
bers. "We also have ladies' suits, coats
and skirts, made of our tailor cloth, our
own make. Today special prices on rain
coats. Easy payments $1 per week, if
Fifth and Alder Streets.
$1.00 Per Week.
The old reliable merchant tailor firm.
enjoying a first-class reputation, extends
to you these liberal terms. No need now
for you to wear "hand-me-down" gar
ments. Come in and get a first-class suit
or overcoat You will never miss the cost
of a suit on these easy payments. "Under
stand garments will be satisfactory. "We
show you the largest stock of woolens la.
tne ciiy. w e are employing tnree times as
many tailors as any firm in the city this
all means much. Suits are as always has
been our custom marked in plain figures
up. iou can read the price as well
as we.
Fifth and Alder Streets.
Worth One Dollar at the Lion Store
During the month of November we will
receive this advertisement the same as
one dollar In currency when the purchase
amounts to ten dollars. Only one win
be received on a single purchase. Buy
whatever you wish, and we will receive
this ad. in part payment
Everything that men and boys wear.
26C and 168 Third street Mohawk bldg.
A covered platform has been erected
by the O. Rs & N. Immediately opposite
Collins iot Springs for the accommoda
tion of passengers who desire to visit, this
resort The Spokane Flyer, trains 3 and
I. stop at this point on flag to take en or
let off passengers. A commodious launch
meets and carries all passengers and bag
gage across tne river to tse bow.
Choote AB Oty Today From Qr titire Stock of Btifl Ct Glw t 35 K4ction from agUr Prict-lwt
The Meier & Frank Store's 783d Friday Surprise Sale
$ 1 2.50 and $ 1 4.00 Lace Waists
$5.35 Each
110 high-class silk-lined Lace Waists comprise the remarkable offer
ing for our 783 d Friday Surprise Sale Beantifnl net and lace dress
and evening waists at less than half their real value An anasnol
pnr chase by onr cloak buyer now in the Eastern market Late
delivery and backward season caused a prominentChicago specialty
hoiise to reject themOar buyer dida't let the grass grow under
his feet in getting hold of them and at his owaprice Only 1 10 of,
them remember, if yog want one of the best yoa'll have to make
tracks down town early All are silk lined, nets and laces, in white,
cream and ecru, few in black, trimmed with silk, lace medallions,
French knots, shirring, wide tucks, lace edgings, round, square,
pointed and drop yokes Cold type can't commence to tell yon
of the wonderful valnes included $9, S10, $11. $12.50 and $14
waists, fnflyhalfthe lot being $1 1, $13.50 and $14 d C.
valnes, your choice today at this low price of, each
See Fifth-Street Window Display
Sole of Women's Neckwear
A IwMdrtd doaea Wonen's New Neckwear on sale at
special low prices for today and tomorrow We snbstitmte
good taste for costliness with
artistic bargain
Silk-embroidered Stocks in light
blue, cream and black, new cross
ed teb effects, great spe- 2Q
cial values at each 3C
Narrow Taffeta. Ties in all the
newest'colorings, the
best 35c. values at ea. . .
Long Tab -Silk Stocks, hemstitch
ed and trimmed in applique and
colors, the newest 75c
Neckwear, today at ,Hf-C
Heavy Butcher Linen Turnovers,
embroidered in ' light blue and
white with buttonhole
slots, 50c values for .y
Embroidery Collars in washable
materials, assorted de- ,ti
Four-inch all-silk Taffeta Ribbons,
in a variety of 20 leading shades,
including black and white, 25c
values yard 15c
Four-inch satin Taffeta Ribbons,
tine quality, 12 shades, 35c value
yard . .19c
Pure silk Mousselaln Ribbon, four
inches wide, all colors, superior
quality; best 25c values, ycL.lSe
signs, 25c values.
"Women's unlaundered hand-embroidered
Initial Handkerchiefs. Best
2.1c values for, each 1S
Women's Swiss hemstitched and
scalloped, embroidered Handker
chiefs; immense variety of pat
terns, 35c. 40c value 36c
: r
"American Week" Bargains in Every Department
Principal .Portland Agents for Bntterick Patterns and
Pnbli cations Sole Agents for La Grecane Corsets and
Tailored Undermaslins "Willamette" Sewing Machines
sold on the easy payment plan Sole Portland Agents for
"Peninsular" Steel Ranges (Basement)
Important Friday Specials
5-cent packages of Commercial
Envelopes, 2 packages 5
35c sets of Beauty Pins, best de
signs, great value, set. ..19
20c Hand and 'Nail Brushes on
sale today at each XI $
Fancy Toilet Soap, the regular
5c bars, at 2 bars for 5
Eastman's Perfumed Violet
Talcum Powder,i5c value, for
can 8
3 cakes of Violet Perfumed
Toilet Soap on sale, box . .9
200 dozen Hemstitched Huck
and Damask Towels, big size,
genuine 30c values,
on sale at each
5000 yards, of 10c Outing Flan
nels, medium and dark" colors,
best patterns, value ex- 9
traordinary today yd . . C
Great special values in Silk
and Mercerized Sateen Petti
coats. Second floor.
6 c
Picture Dep't
Fancy Ornaments, paper weights,
ink wells, etc., elk and A
deer, 29c-39c values HpC
Whisk Broom Holders with poet
pictures on front, 25c J A
values, for HeG
Fancy Flowered Picture
Frames, 25c -values,-ea.
Hand-Painted Photo Frames, dif
ferent sizes, oval, found and
square, college colors . .
50c values 29
75c values .:.39
$1.00, $1.25, $1:50, $2,00 Framed
Pictures, .great,, variety of sub
jects, remarkable Qr
value i:.-.rC
6x18 Etchings in 2-inch ; fancy
frames, $2.25 "AO.
values t70C
Artistic picture framing: to your or
der aE' the. very lowest prices. New mold
ings. Second floor.
Wash Goods, Sheets, Pillow Cases
"American Week" Specials m Wash Fabrics Three great
special lots at sale prices Bargains In Sheets, Pillow Slips
4000 yards of our best 36-inch Percales,
light, medium and dark effects; stripes
and figures, value extraordin- y
ary at this low price yd 1 wC
75c, 85o and $1.00 fancy colored "Waist
ings,. heavy and medium weight, desirable-styles
in pleasing assort- rQ
, ment; wonderful values at, yd. -C
60c and 65o fancy white "Waistings in
medium and heavy weight; Affrs
great special values at yard. C
SHEETS AND PILLOW SLIPS values of the year in Sheets and Pillow Cases; bar
gains that will create-some lively selling at domestic Counters
for a few days
72x90 Sheets, hommed and torn, great value 44c
81x90 Sheets, hemmed and torn, great value 49c
42x36 Pillow Cases, hemmed and torn, each Sc.
45xS6 Pillow Cases, hemmed and torn, each . ......18c
45x36 Hemstitched Pillow Cases, each 18c
All the above are unusual values. '
Great Values in Boys' Clothing
American-Made Clothing for the American Boy Suits
and Overcoats The best valnes for your money-
Iff h I W
Second Floor
Little Boys Overcoats in dark blue and Ox
fords, double-breasted with brass buttons,
velvet collar and belted back, sizes 2y2 to
8 years, regular $4.50 values, jr c
on sale for pJ.OJ
Boys' School Suits in brown, green and gray
mixtures, checks and plaids, ages 8 to 16
years, regular $3.95 values, tf no
nr. rhIp at Vt"0
Boys Overcoats in dark 'Oxfords, full
length, velvet collar, belted back, ages 7
to 14 years; regular $5.00 AC
values, for the low price of. . v
"Buster Brown" and Russian Blouse Suits,
in reds, royals and gray mixtures, ages
24 to 5 yrs., handsome styles, C QC
regular $7 and $7.50 vals., for.' V
Young Men's Suits in new brown and gray
mixtures, ages 16 to 20 yrs., J A Qf
all new styles, reg. $18 vals. V W
Young Men's Overcoats, new brown plaids,
ages 16 to 20 years, all this (PI 1 C
season's best garments ? 1 I J
$5.00 SHOES $3,45 PAIR
Five great lines of $5 Shoes tor
women, $3.45 a pair this week.
Every pair grood style and leather
Vici kid. pat. tip, hand-turned
lace Shoe, Cuban heel; $5 values.
pair $3-43
$5.00 patent calf, French heel, hand
turned lace Shqes, wonderful
value pair 345
$5.00 vici Kid, French heel, patent tip
or plain vamps, hand-turned sole'
i-pair 3-45
$5.00 vici kid, French heel, hand
welt lace Shoe, patent tips, regu
lar $5.00 value pair S&45
$5.00 patent leather, military heel;
$5.00 vici kid. patent tip, Cuban
heel pair
? MEN'S $5, 6 SHOES $tS5 PAIR.
Men's patent colt Shoes, French,
Shriner & Urner's famous make,
BaL or Blucher. aU the best lasts,
all sizes; regular $5.00 and $6.00
values, for "American "week1
Men's vici kid Bals., light or double
soles, calf-Jlncd. all sizes; best
$3.60 values pair
Special "American week" bar
gains In women's and chlldnen-'s
fur trimmed "Juliettes."
"American week" bargains in
misses' and children's Shoes.
Basement Specials
Famous "Royal" Roasters
They will roast the turkeys right
worth their weight in gold.
10xl-( inch, special, each S2c
llxl6-inch, special, each 6c
12xl7-Inch, special, each $l.ed
40c Family Roasters, 9xl3-in. . .SSe
50c Family Roasters, 10Hxl5-ln.8c
60c Family Roasters, 12xl7-in...42c
9- 12-in. Drip Pans 11c
10- 12 Drip Pans 12e
11x17 Drip Pans 18c
$1.00 Granite Tea Kettles 0e
16c Wire Toasters, each 11c
Asbestos .Griddles, each 27c
Asbestos Fry Pans, each 7c
Metal Salt .and Pepper shakers,
per pair ..................... 15c
60c Bread Knives, each 38c
3-piece Beef Carvers, $3.75 val
ues, for, set .$3.13
Cake Baking Demonstration
In the basement, 9 to .12 A. M". and 2
to 5 P. It Professor Chapman, the
expert, gives-" dally" lessons free, of
charge Qrowds are attending
come. ,
$2?renchKidGloves$ 1 ?9
France leads the world in the mannfao
tnre of fa-e kid gloves for womenFor
today we are offering thousands of pairs
of the very best grades at special low
prices AH sizes, desk-able styles
"Valllers" 2-button P. K. Suede Gloves 4n mode,
and some white: beautiful quality; sizes 5&
63i; the best $2.00 values, for this sale pr.:
"Perrins" P. K. Suede in two and three-clasp,
modes and tans only, sites 54 to 7: femnf nn
est quality; best $2.00 values pair fl
Handsome Street Gloves in mocha, 2 -clasp P.
in colors black, gray, tan; broken lots, about
sizes; regular $2.00 values pair $U8
"Ol vims TI
Infants' Outing Flannel Wrappers,
white .ground, pink and blue
stripes, aOc values . . .S7c
Infants' Dresses of fine nainsook
and cambrics, yoke effects, fine
laces, embroideries, insertions,
tucks and fancy trimmed, regular
51.50 values, at tlB
Infants' White Embroidered Flan
nel Skirts, cambric waists, $2.00
values .............. $XJFT
Infants Bootees la big variety ana
at the very lowest prices.
Infants' White Flannel Pinning
Blankets on cambric, waists, $1.00
values, at only ...... :7ve
Infants' Knit Baa4s .lie
25c Quilted Carriasre Pads.. . .. . .18
15c N Quilted Feeders, each 13e
15c Bibs, plain and lace-trimmed
Krvlpo oarH, -fa.
50c Silk BIbsr lace trimmed!! 1 IstTe
feiaeraowu carriage nobes, plain
And hpAlilAJ r ma
Crocheted Wool Saesne", -pl'ni. '
blue trlmmei, at . .-. ...XSe
The Great Sale of High-Class .
Gowns, Petticoats, Chemise and Drawers
Is attracting hundreds of Portland's best buyers j
Special pnrchases of the hig-grode' "Hme
Made" qnderxanslks enable us to offer sensa
tional bargains in the finest Gowns, Petticoats,
Chemises and Drawers All the newest and
prettiest styles and trimmings, all sizes, the
grandest valnes in fine nndermnslins Portland
women ever had the opportunity to bay
Gowns are nainsooks and cambrics, fine em
broidery and lace-trimmed, insertions, beadings and
ribbons, long and short sleeves; beautiful styles; all
$3, $3.50 Gowns $1.98 $4 Gowns $2.87
$6.00 Gowns are $3.98 $7 Gowns $4.98
$8.50 Gowns are $5.87 $10 - $1 1, $6.37
$6.50 Chemise $4.38 $3.50 Chemise $2.38
$5.00 Drawers $2.63 $3.50 Drawers $2.38
Handsome high-grade "White -FeTOCoatsiiJiaving
wide flounces, elaborately trimmed:withdainty em
broideries, laces, insertions, headings "'and ribbons;
separate dust-ruffles ; values no woman wants tp
miss $5-$6.50 values.S3.98 $7.50 values,, each. $4,98
$8.00 values . . . .$4.98 $10 values, each . . . .$5i87
$13.50 values, .$7.97 . ' .
. Linen Sale
Continues up to Thanksgiving
Day The finest Mnens Ireland,.
Scotland, Germany and Aus
tria can produce will be found
on sale, at greatly reduced
prices Included will be found
all .our high-class satin da-
mask and double satin damask
cloths and sets, values ranging
from $3.50 up to $75.00 set
John S. Brown & Sonsjinens
are aU being offered at special
New $11 Jackets $7.98 Each
27-inch tight-fitting Jackets of black and castor Kersey standing
collar effect capes and shoulder straps velvet trim- tf qo
miner on collar and cuffs, best $11 value' for -rO
Panama- Cloths and fancy
Cashmeres strapped-yoke ef
fectopen plaits 16 gore
plaited best $6:50 If
values, for HpHf
Sable Opossum Scarfs,
wolverine tails, Q IT
- $5.00 value , ipJ.OJ
Dark Marten Opossum Scarf
sir handsome tails C AC
$7.50 value, for.V
$28.00 SUITS TOR $ 1 9.85 EACH
Cheviots, Coverts, Broadcloths and mannish mixtures in tourist,
directoire, jacket or-tight-fitting models with or without vests,
velvet, guimp or cloth-strap trimmed blues, blacks, browns,
grays, tans, - light arid dark mixtures Suits that you'll find
marked $30 to $35 each elsewhere our $26 CIO
and $28 values, at r , $ -?0 J
New Vsivet Suits. Just Received by Express
November Millinery
Important November Sales' ia the Millinery. Store-rSecond
Floor Trimmed Ready-to-Wear Hats, Dress Shapes, Un
trimmed Hats Wonderful b&zcam
i - ; 'tOmStiL
aiirsciiye suapes aiiu uri minings; fflwpjf
vaiuea up to rt.uv eacu; jruur
choice of the lot at the marvel
ously low price CS
of each VV
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'50 Women's $5:00 and $6.00 Beaver
Hats, best colors and shapes, won
derful values
at only .
All our Trimmed Dress Hats are being offeredat special re
ductions. .Second floor. v l-
Phone Private Exchange 4
16 pounds Granulated Sugar LW
3-lb. pkg. Soda. Crackers ...3c
Gallon log . Cabin Maple Syrup..
2 cans Table Peaches ,;.35c
2 "big cans Tomatoes ;.,.'l5c
1 lb. new Washed Figs ...J&c
5-lb. pkg. Dofialac Sugar laSc
2 -lb can sliced Pineapple. . ...... .loc
1-lb. can Shrimps for
10-lb. sack Cornmeal tor ..36c
3 pkgs. Grano. Bait fee ,...3Sc
Quart Jar Hill's Pkrklea ,....e
Quart Jar HlU's C&W CXgw ....... ...JSc
Pound Baker's TTaaweetesed Cfeeceteis
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Victor ITeyr, best made, saclc
1- lb. Jar Nut Bwtter ,i.;.,Mc
3 1-lb. pfcgs. Seeded Raisins i......c
Kcyal Cream Cora, can Mc
2- lb. can Btae Point Oysters .......... J6c
2 can Albert Roche gardtwes ..e.Mc
Ammonia, beitfe .". ,....5c"
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Cowpaar s popular, fancy package aoods
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