Williamsport Warren Review in Williamsport, Indiana 30 Sep 1897
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Williamsport Warren Review (Newspaper) - September 30, 1897, Williamsport, Indiana
The Beliew Williamsport ikb., 30, 1897. The time ha3 Home ror a Briers of fact talk on the subject of buying Jour Winter dry goods and where your Money will do the most Good. Please read our advertisement compare it with other advertisements. Come to our store and look Over our Stock it wont cos t you a Penny we will not bore you. If our goods Don t suit or out prices Are not right you can look elsewhere As there Are other stores in Attica. We do not try to persuade a customer to against his wish. All we ask is the Chance to prove to you we Are the Only reasonable Price dry goods House in Attica. our Price list carefully. New dress goods our prices on dress goods you i ingot find a parallel in Attica. They wore bought before the Tariff took effect which i iii Ennis a saving to you of -20%. There is no question of their Sterling Worth. You never bought such stylish dress goods at such a astonishingly reasonable prices. Read our prices and then come and tost our claim to be the Only reasonable Price dry goods men. All Wool Novelty dress goods at 2r,c. All Wool Needle cloth at c. All Wool Plain dress goods.2r.c. Our Best draped Etc cloth. 4i incl Plain All Avo i serge4nc. A orsted Novelty dress nods. .2." c. 40 Inch Plain All Wool Serge Doc. Worsted Novelty dress goods lie. Plain Wool cloth.2r c. Braids loops Silks and other to at Keason worsted Novelty dress goods. Haute no Vete. Worsted dress goods. Fine dress goods All Wool thu k dress goods. Fine Black dress goods. You can buy a stylish dress for Little Money. We have l bargains. I Immanu s to match All our dress Able prices. 15c. Etc. .20c. .2�c. Quot Loc. .4 c. Of us other new cloaks our line of new and up to Date capes and jackets present an Opper Unity to Purchase a wrap for yourself or child at a a reasonable Price. Our wraps Are made right and will quot Wear , and will give perfect satisfaction. Remember we have no old wraps to show. Send us your name and p. O. Address and we will mail you one of our High Art catalogues fully explaining our new wraps by True cuts and descriptions of All the wraps we have in Stock. Let us mail you a catalogue at once. Pc us i a line All Wool 54 Inch Broad clot ii at Only. Our Best All Wool 54 Inch Broad cloth at Only. All Wool double fold Novelty dress goods at Only. Goods a big line of worsted Novelty dress goods at Only. Our silk plus i fur trimmed capes at Only. S5c. Aldo. 2.5c. 25c,. $3.08, our Broad cloth silk trimmed capes at. Our Best table Oil cloth Only. Come soon for your table Oil cloth Only 50 bolls at the Price. A Good Yard wide Unble Clied Muslin. Our Best Yard wide unbleached Muslin. A Good Standard Calico. Our Best cali Coes. A Fine Outing cloth. Our Best Outing cloth new shades. Our Best fleeced wrapper goods. A fair Straw tick. A Good All Inen crash. 2 10 bolts of Kenwick plaids Only. Suitable for school Wear. A big bargain. Be fair with y Nir come and see these bargains. We set the Pace for seasonal ,. Ioc. He. ----5e. . .5c. .5c. .10c .10c 4c5c .4c. Self and w be prices new underwear for Winter with Pride and Confidence we ask Vou to Call and look Over our Large and Complete line of new underwear for ladies. In misses and men. You will find the Little folks not neglected. We will sell you a Good ladies Vest or pants at 15c. The Best in the Market. Ladies Vest or pants at 25c our All Wool ladies Vest or pants Only 50c. A Fine child s or misses combination 25c. Our Best ladies combination 50c. It Don t matter about the size. We carry in Stock the Large sizes for Fleshy people at no extra Cost. Men s heavy knit shirt or drawers 25c. Our l est Closa knit heavy fleeced 50c. Boys heavy fleeced lined shirt or drawers 85. Every garment in our underwear Stock is fully guaranteed As represented or Vojir Money refunded. It will pay you to buy your underwear of us this Winter. Cotton flannels and blankets. We will save you Money on your Cotton flannels and blankets just As sure As the Sun rises. We will sell you a Good Cotton flannel at 4 cents a Fine Cotton flannel at 5 cents our Best unbleached at onlys ,. Cents a our extra Leavy at Only 10 cents. Every Yard of our quot Corn Husker quot Canton flannel will weigh 12oz". In the Scales and you can buy it of us for Only 20 cents. Hogan beat us on cantons. Our Blanket Stock never before has been so Complete on Good blankets at reasonable prices. Come and talk to us about blankets we will make it to your interest to buy blankets of us. You can t doubt when you see our Large and magnificent Stock of Winter dry goods. You Are to find reasons Why you should buy your Winter dry goods of us by either looking at Price or Quality. We extend to you a personal invitation to Call and let us prove what we claim to be the Only reasonable Price dry goods House in Attica and not by simply advertising a Price to get you in the store. You will find no bluffing at Hemphi irs. T a mfbro., Attila. Ribao our a mob la a c Akif us i a. A prosperous Buksnes Man of at i Chitison. Kau., is not Only Colond. J but Blind As Well. His name is Edward j Ingham and he conducts a Broom factory. With the assistance if two Brothers he manufactures booms enough to Supply half the Atchison Trade and his work is of excellent that he has Market far All the brooms he can turn out. A a Jersey City Man Aloi Izo Calhoun who was reported dead by mistake bought a coffin and put up a quot joke quot on his friends. Abraham Brown who went up to look at the Corpse dashed Down stairs in terror that it had deliberately winked at him. The Jersey City humor is evidently of a gruesome cathartic curk0h5tip�ti0h quot Tagum a i Wal All 25 a 50 a a a al Abs druggists in she titt v to cure any Rase of constipation. Are the Ideal Laxa tire Nover ship or cause easy natural results. Sam tile and Booklet free. And. Strum no remedy co. Chiraico Montreal. Can., or new York. a full and Complete Une for a Ukins of a feel at prices from �75.00 a full my Complete tin of took ibs of Heaters for aloft Ina of fuel made by the a amp me Medianik and of the some material As j of any line pm cps a Varlamos orb Stock of a hardware Blouse furnishing goods cd 15 most Complete and50l0 a lower prices than evs ise. L. Hottenstein 9 India if newest footwear. For House Wear Street bicycling Golf and Tennis. The Keila of the pointed toe is past. Footwear in colors to match the cob to me Low shoes for bicycle Ink special shoes for Golf. Dame fashion says that the pointed shoe is out of Date. The sensible woman will Wear a round toed and Comfort a ble Boot but Many who Are sensible on other Points will choose the shoe which makes her foot look prettiest. Here one sees both round and pointed ing the Sensini argue Drums wac recommend the Low shoe there Are Many who adhere to the High Boot. The newest in these is made of various coloured French kids to match the costume. Golf Calls for a special shoe. It is made of russian leather and has Low Broad Heel and thick sole the latter being inserted with several rubber disks and the Heel with a rubber Crescent to prevent slipping when delivering a Vio Lent blow on smooth grass. These shoes Are Cut not higher than six inches and one of their essentials is to make walking easy. The Correct walking shoe is a laced affair of Calfskin made As High As the Golf shoe with an Inch and a Quarter Square Heel and made so that the Forward part of the foot from the Ball to the toe rests firmly on the ground. A horseback ride of course requires a pair of Well made Riding boots. The smartest kind Are Mude of Patent Leath 8hoe8 for the House. »068, go perhaps we May take our Oboile and still be in the fashion says a writer of the following in the new York Herald there Are some new styles in bicycle a hoes and leggings. Many women an discarding the leggings and High shoes for Wheeling altogether contending that a prettily fitted shoe and a neat garnered stocking Are much less of Btu a Ive than the distinctive bicycle shoe and legging. Still the Shoemakers provide High shoes Low shoes and leggings and More of the latter Are seen on the whee women in town and country than the Low Oxford ties. Paris has never sent us dainties footwear than the exquisite ties made in any Shade to Wear with the Fluffy be flounced lawns which Are the rage today. Any color can be procured from the most delicate Pink mauve Blue Nile Green to the red shoe to be worn with All Black costumes. Then As woman joins in so Many of the Manly sports the bookmakers show Riding boots golfing shoes and Stout walking boots which Only differ from the male models in their delicacy of form. There never was the time when the Hummer girl had to have so much footwear As now. There Are just 16 styles of a hoes which she should have and if she is ambitious to exhibit different varieties of each style the total could easily be swelled to 60. Just Why a girl needs at least 16 pairs of shoes can be easily told. In the first place when she gets up in the morning she of course thrusts her feet in her bathing slippers preparatory to the morning Bath. When her morning toilet is com a plated she discards the bathing slippers with the round toe and Flat Heel and dons her breakfast slippers. An hour after breakfast it is time to think of the morning s fun. It May be a brisk ran wheel a visit to the Golf links a horseback ride a Long walk or a yachting trip any one of which requires a special kind of footwear. For the bicycle there Are three styles and the one that has suddenly gained the most popularity is the Low shoe fashioned somewhat like the Ordinary Oxford tie but fastened with laces. At first the wearers of the Low shoe used thick Golf stockings but they have been found to be too warm so those of Lisle the retd were substituted. No withstand for outdoor Wear. Or but some those of Calfskin of Russia leather. They reach nearly to the knee and Are made with stiff tops pointed toes and Low Broad heels. Then there Are Tennis shoes and yachting shoes both of Canvas with rubber solos to prevent slipping on velvety grass or Tilting decks. Slippers for afternoon Wear when finery is donned Are in innumerable Dainty Styes and colors and the same can be said of the footwear for evening Wear for dances and similar functions. She wears her Cross. The a to Date woman wears Hei Cross if she is so fortunate As to possess one. As an article of jewelry this Symbol of suffering is As popular As it was in the Days of the grandmothers. When the grandmothers were girls the Possession of a handsome bejewelled Cross that could be worn As a pin a hair ornament or a locket amounted almost to a badge of aristocracy. The Black ones studded with diary Odds or pearls or both were highest in favor As they Are today. The fashionable Cross must be antique looking. Not everybody s grandmother one however so the jewellers have come to the Rescue of the woman who did not fall heir to one and Are bringing out exquisite designs in roman Gold. Most of them Are studded with precious stones and Many have backgrounds of Black enamel. It is by no Means a taking form of personal adornment but the women like York Sun. The Bill of a Mosquito of the biting sex which if. The female is furnished with seven Sharp lances. These she plunges into her victim spreads them out and wriggles them around. This terrible creature has likewise a suction pump with which she draws blood from the subject after she has tapped him with her seven Sharp lances. Watt ten Trust worthy and to Elvei gentlemen or ladles to travel f t respond ill <1 House in Indiana. Monthly $05.00 and expenses Posl ton steady. Reference. Enclose self addressed stamped envelope. The Dominion company dept. Y. Chicago. 38-1 fest Sfa a. To i by Boot too tel Boom one Boom might be considered enough hut As we want to Boom it ail along the line we want to make sure that we Are heard. The thing is to get the people Here. Quot Well they have been coming right merrily but we must keep it up. We know that nothing but i acts will convince the people and nothing but bargains will Nike them inti est de. In our Case nothing but superlative bargains will do the business. We recognize this and Are a prepared for it. It Tow of to or rat r of i there Are a few Price knockers # of of any package coffe Euc Beans 12 pounds for2r>e c. Sugar 24 lbs for. .$1.0 1 a Large Job lot of summer underwear Over 300 pieces. Lisle thread regular toe goods for 25 cents a garment. Balbriggan jerseys for 5 to 20cents each. I have a Nice line of overalls summer working pants shirts waists and general furnishing goods. Low prices prevail tie Stock. Call and see me when you need anything in my line. Peck Winthrop Indiana. A m titi to free musical education. The new England conservatory of Laius to is the oldest and Best equipped musical institution in America and the largest in the world. It has five departments of instruction As follows i quot department of Tusic incl cling pianoforte Organ violin violoncello and other instruments Etc., voice Lyric Art and opera sight singing to Ivory Harmony Coin this Ilion and Art of conducting. Ii i it part Juett of piano and Organ tuning. Iii department of general literature and Lang Aires. In department of elocution and physical culture and Rouege of oratory. V department of Fine arts. One year at above institution with Board room rent tuition piano rent Etc. Etc., free. Write at once for catalogue and particulars. James d. Ball 30 i Romueldo st., 27�?20 . Trustees notice. Trustee s notice. I will be at Independence on saturday of Eracli week for the transaction of township business David Benson Warren township trustee trustee s notice. 1 will to found at my Home office in lilies to township on wednesday of each week tor the transaction of township business. F. , Liberty town ship trustee. A strictly Hijii Grade quot family sewing machine possess Luy All modern improvements. Guaranteed equal to the Best prices very reasonable. Obtain it hem from your local dealer and make comparisons. Eldred6e Manola touring 00. Belvidere. Of Kkt i airy Tai skis. Send your name and address to the n. K Fairbank company Chi Intro. St Louis new York. Boston Philst Delphi or Pittsburg and you will receive by return mail free of charge. Beautiful Booklet entitled fairy tales Hau Diomely illustrated in colors. I i in quot i til
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