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Fort Wayne Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana L Muslin Underwear Selling! Ulwlin Underwear galf, thnreV SATIIO pricr-s to think of-s.inw tJmwvT kuy ohwp. Compared with home-mud.', nu3ht they're better maiic. MiUln l.y sowurs nnd y Pteam sale Hindi's garment in tha I'hetnisn, (.'orsi't ('..v.'M iirnl wBoior suaseB bowns, Btirta and Drawers. No enumeration ot neeeuBMy. Every garment is sold below value. _ pretty drees for a child for small price. Soino or? lingham, Madras, some all white, trimmed ami plain, Mil this way. 7Be and 86c Dresses we reduce to 48c. 1.50 and 81.98 Dresses we reduce to 98c. Llnel> Jackets ard havn bflon solliiw n< f J.M and up to each, we bunt-h itt ono low CARPET SAUE GOES ON. yon have a floor to rscoror.uow or in the quarter to tho cost be saved at this sale A liberal price cutting goes through tho out in- stock of Carpets. 1'ortiew, Linoleums, and Upholstery Goods. Handkerchiefs for Women. holding bij; bargain in Embroidered Hamikor- chiefs, all fast edges, and pretty, li'V, and L'tx ilanJkuri'hk'f.-, sell 7c apiece or 4 for :'Jo. Delineators, free sheets and Btitterict patterns for August nro r.t hand. jNote reduced prices on patterns. We are still giving oil painting free on evfry i1.'purchase and up- wards. Mr. Winks the talented artist will remain few ilnvs yet with ns. Those having cards and paintings selected must get thorn" this week. 1'nrry hus gone to Koine City lor outing. MNS Ulnr.clio CouUPr iiui'st nl'.ru'k. M'lftcr Ciirl HMWJI, of is visiting Drown Cnopcr. KJ. Tiernoy, of joined his family at Home City lust evou- iag. J. II. Cassannvii lias returned to alter ii r-hiTt YKlt in tins city. Mrs. C, K, Kairiic'il and daughter Alii'O have gone) to Dayton, is n Chest- nut, lor Wo Moan to sa.v There In No on Our Stifrar f i ters. Great Annual Clearance Sale Files on Our Butter Cheese The Rurode Dry Goods Co. Big Shirt Waist Deal. One hundred and fifteen dozen Ladies' Fine "Fashion" Shirt Waists, bought from H. manufacturer, 40 W. Main street, for on the dollar. They come in the choicest styles of Lawns, Percales, Organdies, Madras and Corded novelties. The style and workmanship is perfect. To be placed on sale today and Saturday at Shirt Waist prices, quality considered, never before known. LADIES' PERCALE WAISTS. About 10 dozen neat and pretty would be good' Price I5c. FRIDAY, JULY !i TELEPHONES. Ha. 173. BdltoHml BDOBU Ho, 000. Trinprraturr, THE SESTISRI.V. thornio meter reg- isters ns follows; 9 a. m......................... sv 13 noon........................ 97 1 p, m.........................100 m......................... 3p, m......................... 9h Tlie CnicAoo, July Indiana: Fair tonight and Saturday; vari- able utyles, well made, value at ___ TABLE NO. i. LADIE6' WAISTS AT 25c. Over 25 dozen Fine Percale and Madras Waists, stylish patterns, fnll blouse frontc. detachable collars and cuffs, same Waists at the beginning of the season for __ Pries 25c. TABLE LADIES' WAISTS AT 39c. 25 dozen of the Finest Pattern Percale and Madras shown this season, extra full fronts, detachable collars, new hack, would cellent values at 7Sc, be ex- TABLE NO. AT 49c. ,50 dozen Waists in full Percale, Batines, Madras and Corded Novel- ties, beautifully made, full fronts, plaited backs, same Waists have been sold in the city 10 days ago for NOW IS THE TIME And here is the place to buy sum- mer waen goods. THEY MULT GO. 50 pieces summer cloths, in cream and black grounds, a regular Jic fabric, Price per yd. yards figured dimities, formerly sold for lOc and Full standard light prints. Price 2Xc per yd. 25c Summer Corsets, I9c. Ladies' Vests, worth IOc, for 5c. 50c Outing Shirts lor L'9c. ALL WOOL (extra super) Ingrain Carpets, 40C per RESPECTFULLY, ABDILL TAFT. West Berry Street. NEWS NOTES. Mr. and Mm. S. K. Blair have re- turned from f he east. Mrs. C. I. Iliddlo is tho guest of her sen in Buffalo, X. Y. Mrs. Geoige Crosby is the guest of relatives ia Effinghatn. 111. Mrs. Mary Weidner and daughter Mia left- today for Winonn. Martha Murray, of New York, is visiting in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Stowart have returned from n visit in Chicago. Miss Carrie Glenn is the guest of Miss Besaio Klein in Huntington. Mrs. F, G. Snydcr nnd daughter, Kathcrine, are visiting in Ply- mouth. Miss Mande Whcolock, of Leo, is the guest of Wheelock. her aunt, Mrs. K. K. Miss Daisy Reaber has returned onting at Lake Pickled Herring, Caviar, Cervelat and Salami Sausage. Dill Pickles. Mustard. Cider Vinegar and Wheat Vinegar. AT J. G. STRODEL, 13 Harrison Street. ROME CITY Return 50c. Every Sunday A. M. We have Money to Loan on Farm and City Heal Estate, at 6, 51-2 and 6 per cent. Interest. Loans closed at once. TEJ. F.SCBELL WAX AKP INTSniERT CO, M, IT. 2H Mid 40 PIXLET-MOG ntOCK. 495. Offim fl [LOANS TO Salaried People. (UdlM' or on tholr own namot. i, IKK mm. from a month's Muiinkuckeo. iliss Jjfiontino Woolsey, of Snn- dusky, Ohio, is the guest of Mrs. Louis Diethor. Mrs. S. M. E'ostor and Miss Alice and Miss Maud Harrison leavo to- morrow for Omaha. Air. and Mrs. .lay McCracken will leavo tomorrow for an extended trip through Colorado, Mrs. J. D, of Buffalo, N. Y., is ia the city visiting her nephow, James E. Lonergan, Mrs. James Smith has accompan- ied her sister, Mrs. Esther Taylor, to Chicago for a few days' visit. Miss Mata Elson, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Roths- schild, has gone to Ijong Branch. Mian Mary Meyers has returned to Columbia Cily, after a pleasant visit with relatives and friendf here. Mrs. Dan Myers and daughter, of Decatur, Ind., spent yesterday in the city tlw guests of Mrs. Kobert Harding, The many friends of John Dos- well will be to hear that he i? improving in health. Mr. Doswoll is at Wankosha, Wis. Miss Hattie and Master Ross, Miss Alida Baldork and Miss Emily Williams laavo this week for an onting at Rome City. The Methodists of the city will picnic at Swinney park Thursday, July 21. They will start from tho Wayne street church at 10 a. m. Charles Mayors left for Nohnmnj, Ohio, today to attend the f unr'nil of his father-in-lnw. John who died at that place Wednesday mom- ing. Htmtinjiton Herald: R. o. Thompson, of the Wabash rnilwny! was down from Fort Wavno (hip morning, Ankod ns to thn rumor of his candidacy for secrotary of state, Mr, Thompson said he had no such purpose. He had received very gratifying offers of support from many sources throughout tho state, but his affairs wore in eurti a shnpp as to make it Impossible for him to become a candidate this year." A crowd of lovers of the dance wnnt to Rome City last ovcning at 7 o'clorfc, returning about midnight. The affair was under tho of tho of T., which was enough to insure itn nocinl in pverv way. Mr. and Mrs. Will RsHzc, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rwlall were among the chsperonn, nnd the Fort Wayne colony Rt the little resort displayed their approving counte- nanoes during the evening. in spite of the heat in the city yestor- day, it was cool enough near the lake to trip the waits and two step, and not many "gat out'' the numbers. K. Heiieh. 1M. Cnnipbell, of Marian, Ir.ci., has bflen visitint; Charlie jr., for a few
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