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   Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               A chance that comes but once in a life time to buy new choice seasonable Dry Goods at your own price. Just at a time when you need them. In order to raise money quickly to pay off a retiring partner, we will offer our entire stock We must raise twenty thousand dollars in 30 days time, and there is but one way jj. to do it That is to sacrifice all profits. Not a dollars worth of goods now in the house or of those w to arrive will be reserved, but everything from a spool of thread to the finest fabric will be sold 1 __ __ __ __ __ __ __ Mr. Taffc retires to engage in other business and money must be raised at once. This is no fake, it's a genuine sale of clean choice Dry Goods at prices that are all at COST OR LESS. Our store will be closed until noon to-day to mark down prices and prepare for the sale. Doors will be open at one o'clock, when we will have plenty of help to take care of all who come. sale is positively cash. All persons knowing themselves indebted to us will call and settle accounts immediately. DUNN T SOLDIER BOYS. A Pew Useful Articles t-> Make (or Oar Country's Defenders. Women who have friendi iimons tlie volimU'e.is. fur the and wlio are won- dering what to make, for them by way of parting souvenirs, iiiti.il rcmi-inlicr iir.nl uf nil Hint, it soldier travels in light marching ordi-r. A privale in, ;ietivi; ser- viiv.'. as ;i- rnlr, i-arriiM IIH knapsaek :uul diliorial onncu is so much addi-d In his burden. 'I'll ere fore lie has scnnt ol anything, however hcaiiliful or if it ho. nr bulky. A pnrkel, in more convenient- ;nul eon he.mienlly more to hii taste than n Km- riu feather dre.-sing ease with bihei' lit- f A pih'iite iri not. mucli spaee. in liiiKp'B'' beside the. chanu: Mint, he- may :U am time he.-eparafed from it. and Hie In-lunging which it. e'jn- tains. His cooking ontliL i- among Mini ir- simplify ilsclf. The yonng volnn- (ri-r in luxury, culi-ls as a private in the lankn niii.-t io il -in Me on the "round wilh u singh; Illimkot, thankful if Ihe .-I'.....id be not and lo dine on fried bacon and A Jjui id lililli; I., .iilil [M lii i., a poi-1'..-I eii-liiim and nc.-di.- ea.-c iiitnliini-il. I-V Uii- yi.n four mund four, riu-li .me vtilh .-ilk. dark iinf i..-ml .MiiU.i poi-ki-i Ut: io draw il .M- tin- Irtp. 'I lii.s i.- (o liold hull.Hi- for and undci- dfdhill-, ll.llf :i "f eiirh killd. Sl'W J.he niiiiuN lnM.-lli.-r. lun :nnl two. wilh four tSantf! a til.il.- -'-mailer Hum III" c.iiiiKl-. Sew tin- Jlill {nj.'1-lln-r al. I in- lop. fii-ti-n- tin- H..niir! h-.n.-, L.-hind lliem. Kill il... vith pin-. ..n.-v. ;ind the full liredlr.- tnrc'iul. 'Hiij Io and never in (lie li'OR LKTTl-MtS KltO-M. JIOMIO. Aiiof-lior useful artiele Is a clia.itiuis lot- if.r CHRC. For llii.4 you ncoil a piece of skin mcn.simnp fouvlccu incites cix. Hind the ends with narrow tilno or In-own wears ht-st- nnd fold over meet in Ihe ecnler. I Iwo i.tiekel-. Killd Ihe willi rihbnn aiul fusieii rildions in (In- t-enler of Ihe hack lo tic. If the U lined wit-h nil Mil; H.I In ren.ler if. wafer it. will In; more, scrvirealilu. Von limy niaki; a cnse, is a mooVl nf compact and ronveti- of lin i-Oi, li iith Cut twit pieei-.- of Hit; crash inr-hes wiile. rme of Ihem twelve nnd thn other lift...... Tim extra is on (lit- uiiUiilo piece iind to IK- liiniod np over the iiKJd.- Mr a pocket. tliin two other are to lie set on tin1, iu-idi-. wilh a Mnip in Ihe. placed Ictiiiihwitn and stitched ai-ro.-s to lorm ea.-e.- for holding looth lirush and nail lilc. flap.- io Imifon over the pocket-, iiml .Mitch on. The packets and the iiiMilu nro In he lined with oil -ilk and all lie linnnd willi mohair I.raid. The end of tin: case farlli- e-l from the IioLlom jmekcl should he. rounded lo mine oul-ide when the rase is lulled up, tnul strings must he sowed on io tie around the roil. I'SKFri, I'OCKKTS. A cinnli ;unl a small liair hru-h. a r-inall of the and a st. be dnided into by :t donhle line of in order to keep the-i- with a lonlh tinish nnd nn vory or Mlu-r nail cleaner, thai i- not he (.mini iu ii and whii-li ;idd- Htile In HlijilVi-l.lMr nl t lain. tun......i' .miicr -hoiild cinl.i.iidered in ..inline -tiled in full -ui I In- llap uhi.-h lini-lu- the ea-i'. A emu cnamel'-d dmii. Lin., v, ilii lifin-r tli.in HIM! hind innli-ui- [lie lahi.-l and fill yi.tir i-lolti ,ni v, in.- ami lui.r :l- a- i In- lah- M. liuvi- in.-lii.- h'uxlh for an cm! to ful.l hi-i.-n. h.uli .-idi- and [ay hclw.-en Ihe Anieriran iii'ii il f.'l.l.'d nv.r l.i fnnil Ihe TliN diiide- the ea-e inlo piickri.-. mie for paper am! the nlher I'nl a hnti'm ;ind ivnrk M luillon hole in fa-fen. A slylo- ;.'raphie pen make.- Ihr hi'sf lini-li in nntlil. hut. ;i lend- pencil will answer in-tead. if economy M In coii-idrrcd. A M-1 of Ihe wall pockel-, like miiiialnre which re so n-icfnl on ship hoard fin- up in Ihe liold oddn and d-. i- a I to u friend who lifcch- in ivnuiiu in ean.p for any !i-.'lh ..f lime. in- drilling is thV -I fur I hi.-, ami I In; lop ul ml. This is handv lo in i'il. A of ,-li slcin mni u lirim-mioil form n liinl 1-ooni ill hi.- J'ATKIOTIC K. nf kill on Hi-ny rlm-l, Ihu Mdih-rn Ainciicaii Knitcninl Clnli-r will (he following Io imlilir: Invnratmn........licv. A. IkillinpT Inli-oiliiHin-v T. Uluir I'ianii Kilo....... Jliss l-'loreiu-u Qnivci- I'nvi'iil. Unilv anil Palriolipni of tin-. Anicricmi Kcv. C. C. fiswl ...............Hon. Ceo. M. Cnim- I'iano iltift (Jiiivey am! Lindeman "Moileni Amerieanisiir'. -I. -I. Sonjr................ i-anerson let Lilcrarv Kqimlitv ami n. is >nprcmo pre.-idetit of (lie .M. A. KO. and Mr. Cianc i  will i-iitf-rlain a tVw rii-iid- l.i-niorrow fvi-iiinx at a i-uki- walk. Mr. 'I Cm, I, I S. S. ,-liii, I In-r nu- ll W.-.l slli-.-t. Mi- riara Dniinn I ,-iia, mindly a frii-ml.-, la-t. at lii.iiii- on Mi'.-sr-. K. mnl Koy hull. lln: who In: in at- leiiilani-r at IJ'N'ai Itrilli ciiuvenlioii in llii.s i-il.y May -J4, niu Mr. anil .Mrs. tfniim Ktrans, of LiumiiiT, who will lit thiipii-sh of .Mrs. Straus' iiiotlii-r, Ah-s. Julius Nallimi: anil .Mr. ami Mrs. ,1. Shuns; Mi. aniL Mrs. OjipLMiln-iiiier, o[ who will visit. Mr. and jMrs. Hnimicl Chaska: Aniilki ami llosu Ifcrir, of who will he rnlu-Uiin- l-il liy "Mi-si-s K.....in ami .Miiiniu- JIoswi- tlml: lio-rtla New. who will 1m the Kiiol of Miss Jlinnic FninUj Miss Cnr- t.rinli- llii-kiT, who will ln> Ihv Riicsl of Sol liolhsi-liihl ami Miss Daisy l.i.vy, of Uliiitin-lon. who will visit Mrs. I'KIiSOXAf, XOT1K. .Mr. (i. Miller i., vt-ilin- ivlaliv.- ii t'uhnnbu.-, O. .Mr. and Mrs. ('ulhcrt-on nrc visit "Mr. .1. Allen, of Di-troil, is rol- I.. M. has iThnm-.l Io his holm: ill Ilidianapoli.-. .Mr. K. I-. 1'i.lKi.iiii w.i, a ...H..-I. in was lo have I....... al tin- ol Mr-, llaili.-r, on (Viil.-r st r.-i-l. lii-.-n poslpoiii-ij iiuin lo tin- of a of linly. .Mr. an.l Mrs. II. I'. M.I-I- olvas- poilro Moinlny cvrninK- Dr. anil Mrs. SworiiiKcn won tin: lirst. mill Mr. anil II. M. Qni.-ksrll Hit consolation prizes. AinoiiK the Fort Wayne year from (lie diffcri-nl. colleges ill other Vernon, X. V.; Mary MolTal, a. U.akc rniversily. anil .lassalnine Sale, at Ivy Mall. Uii.lncliiwn. X. .1. l.a-1 evening I he llrolherhooil of (he .lolfcrson Street Clinrtli of ClirNt Mi-s Mae HnlliiiKvr i- tin- of Mrs. Wells, of Seminary. Mrs. llnviil Law ami -Mrs. Kninin shil- lery an- vi-itin-j fiiemls in Chicago. .Mr. ami Ml-. .1. .1. Cillelle. of Mrs. I'ickalil anil liahy. of Cliii-ujjo. Mr. W. S. Allowny, of Cincinnati, i, spi'inlintr a few days with friomls in thin city. Airs. l-Ycil Schopmmi. of Xew Haven, is Uu! giiMl of her sislei, Sirs, Conrad Mis- MMvme .lohnson lias i el tuned l  a vi'iy valuable sya- tcni regulator. Mr. S. C. Johnson, of Piltsbnrg, w.i in the city for a few honra yesterday in business. A FARM FRIEND. Foley's Colic Cure is very hot, but when dilnled it is u warm friend indeed to those suffering from bowel complaints. It never fulls. aaule Bro. Mr. W. II. lioneh has relnrned lo bis ome in Lima. O. One Milltllc is not long, yet relief is ob- tained in half that lime by the use of One Cough Cure. Jl. prevents consumption and quickly cures colds, croup, bronchitis, pneumonia, hi pjippe ind nil throat and lung troubles. Gross Miens. ItroatB with Toa whether yen Ill.pnUi'iitly.pw H-HACfri! JniirtfJ'" 50c -TO- Rome City AND Return At a. m. Every Sunday.   

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