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The Daily Sentinel from Junction City, Kansas • 6

The Daily Sentinel from Junction City, Kansas • 6

Junction City, Kansas
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Every Garment in This Store measmaxmiLisaiiimetummeM Greatly Reduced for Saturday mwri'ii na tn mn mini mw We are determined to make this Saturday our biggest day since coming to this city and in order to do so we will offer the greatest bargains in Suits, Jackets Waists, Skirts and Petticoats, that you ever had the pleasure of receiving. Read the special prices quoted below, then come in and see that we give just what we advertise. Ladies Spring Suits Silk Dresses Wash Suits Jackets 15 Spring Suits that sells regular up to We have a large assortment to chose We will place ou sale to-morrow one lot We do not want to, nor will we carry over 40 00 will be placed on sale at the from- Aud havebut them into tw0 oi white wash suits that sell regularly up tw.vv Dresses that sell up to $15.00 on sale to 6 oS snecial KC Jacket this spring so for tomorrow ridicuously low price of special $7 QR PJ.OU MCnn ,7 One lot wash suits in white, blue and you can have your choice of any Jacket pl3.UU Dresses that sell up uo $25.00 on sale t1 m-i 1 rt 1 special U12 98 J' UP li'i the house at just one half the regular Which is less than the actual cost of special for gy gQ material. Colors, brown, blue and black. A11 of our dresses are mde of best These are reai bargains.

Come in and price- Coverts. broadcloths and novelties. one charged. None sent on approval, quality taffeta. All colors aud sizes.

get one. Elegant Jackets for fall. Shirt Waists Skirts! Skirts! Skirts! Waists! Waists! CraWnK Great reductions on all our better waists v-tfdveneus. 3-dozen white wash waists that sell regu- 25 per cent off on any skirt in the store in silks, lawns, and nets. 0 0 We have just 10 Cravenettes left in stock tomorrow.

Your choice of over 400 skirts 3.98 Values 2.48 that sell regular up to $10.98 and will' lar up to $1.25 on sale at 75c Panamas Sllk Voiles Mohairs aud novel- 4.98 Values 3.50 place these on sale at ties. All colors and all sizes. The Values 4 0 greatest bargains ever offered on skirts D-ya ValUCS $5.00 6 dozen white wash waists that sell regu- prices range from 9.00 Values 6.00 19 nn Vnliips 00 Loose and fitted effects. at 98c $2.98 to $20.00 ZZZTi: loioo Tocrfferv ICS All Alterations Free And Guaranteed. If you are in need of a new suit skirt, jacket, or waist, you should take advantage of these bargains offered you tomorrow.

THE HOME OF QUALITY Suit for an accounting, continued from last term. COURT DOCKET LAW TERM SESSION W. S. McKinney vs. U.

Grant et ROOM FOR RENT-Inquire 228 West (ith street. Gentleman preferred. 17G-lw FOR RENT Five room cottage, with city and cistern water in kitchen. 231 W2nd. Call W.

S. Roark. tf F-0 hLNT, FOR SALU LOST, FOUND, fcTC. Twenty-Seven Cases on Docket -One Criminal Case. LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH JOHN T.

DIXON THE LAND MAN WANTED A frirl at thu Sentinel office to learn to sot type. al. Replevin, continued from last term. Nellie C. Dalton vs.

Joseph R. Dal-ton. Divorce. Ray E. Sanders vs.

Daisy M. Sanders. Divorce. O. L.

Thisler vs. Charles E. Murphy. Suit on promissory note. Clarence G.

Thurston vs. Marcia E. Greene et al. Partition. Pollie McNelly vs.

Robert McNelly. Divorce. Mark Tully vs. George Garland. Appeal from justice cout.

Charles D. Carlisle vs. E. M. White-house.

On account. The June law term will begin Monday afternoon, June 1. The cases follow: CRIMINAL DOCKET. Junction City vs. G.

B. McCumber, appeal from police court. CIVIL DOCKET. John Briggs vs. Sarah Jane Brieers FOR RENT-New five room house modern, close in.

Phone 341. G. II. Flower. 1G0-Gt Cigar Salesman Wanted.

Experience unnecessary. $100 per month and expenses. Peerless Cigar Toledo, Ohio. 159-tit et al. To set aside will; continued No trouble to show prospective purchasers his numerous bargains in Farm and City Property.

Womar.s Relief Corps. The regular meeting of No. was held Wednesday and arrangements for Memorial day and Memorial Sunday were perfected. The members will meet at the Methodist church on Sunday at 10:30 a. to listen to the sermon by Rev.

Williams. The usual exercises will be held Memorial day. At the Aurora. Thursday evening was amateur night at the Aurora and was attented by large crowds. Otis Mullins preformed some very clever acrobatic stunts which were good for an amateur.

Pedro Alvin gave some very difficult feats in contortions. Jack Hamilton appeared in blackface in which he handed the audience the straight goods. Hamilton is a good singer and the jokes he used are new and original. The illustrated song 'Fetch the Canoe" was sung well by Louis Molitor. The kindrome shows "Give me back my dummy" and "Harry the County Postman.

from last term. State of Kansas ex rel. vs. Dudley W. Knox et al.

Injunction, continued from last term. James Maloney vs. U. P. R.

R. FOR and $12 houses. Walter Starcke, the jeweler. 171-Gt. damage, continued from last term.

CIGAR SALESMAN WANTED In your locality to represent us. Experience unnecessary; $GS per month and expenses. Write for particulars. MONROE CIGAR Toledo, Ohio, Office 519 N. Washington.

Phone 376 FOR RENT Seven room brick cottage, 327 West 4th street. J. M. Langdon, 112 East 7th street. 153-tf.

Rev. Fricker and family are in the city today visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. W.

H. Beard of Riley county are in the city visiting friends and transactingbusiness. The weekly arrest of E. H. Hoffmas for allowing disorderly conduct at hin boarding house on East 8th street, occurred last night.

W. G. Bryan, of Kansas City, advertising manager of the Kansas City Journal and H. G. Smith, also of Kansas City, and a of nephew Fred Gay lord, are stopping at the country club.

They are the guests of Fred Gaylord. Mr. Smith, who is a representative of the Western Newspaper Union is recovering from a long and serious seige of illness. G. H.

Jordan of Garnett was in the city the guest of friends today. Mrs. Dan Strand of Manhattan is in the city visiting relatives. B. Rockwell of Kansas City arrived the city this afternoon.

FOR SALE Cheap House 120 east 12th street. Pat Tawson.lGO-Gt Your Best Friend FOR RENT-Fornished rooms, 232 West 8th. Mrs. J. H.

Davis. 170-Gt FOR SALE Nice toppy driving mare, safe for lady to drive, city broke, can show a 2:30 clip. C. C. Arthur, Junction City, Kas.

166-Gt. A bank account is our best friend. It gives you confidence in yourself and confidence in others. If you haven't an account with us, start one at once. We accept deposits from $1.06 up.

Money to loan on farms at lowest rates of interest. We want your business, and return for same will give you prompt and courteous services. Geo, T. Brown vs. K.

T. Ry. damage, continued from last term. Jeanette M. Haney vs.

H. E. Wet-zig, et al. damage, continued from last term. The Minn.

Thres. Co. vs. Arthur Doryland et al. Suit on promissory note, continued from last term, Nellie M.

Holsenberg vs. Alfred H. Holsenberg. Divorce, continued from last term. State of Kansas vs.

Pat Tawson et al. Injunction, continued from last term. State of Kansas vs. T. Owen Merc, Co.

et al. Injunction, continued from last term. State of Kansas vs. B. O'Malley et al.

Injunction, continued from last term. State of Kansas vs. H. F. Hauser-man et al.

Injunction, continued from last term. State of Kansas vs. Anna Irvine et al. Injunction, continued from last term. State of Kansas vs.

Allen Black et al. Injunction, continued from last term. State of Kansas vs. John Maloney et ah Injunction, continued from last term. State of Kansas vs.

Wm. McKeever et al. Injunction, continued from last term. State of Kansas vs. M.

J. Tawson et Injunction, continued from last term. Rosa Musselman vs. W. D.

Mussel-man, Divorce, continued from last term. Flora Erickson et al vs. Paul Kramer, LADY WANTED. -To explain and demonstrate a well known article in this town; no experience necessary: pleasant employment and good salary; apply at once. Call at this office, tf.

C. A. Yancil of Topeka was in town today on business. Do You Want One? Can You Afford One? SATISFY yourself on these two questions before deciding. If you are satisfied that YOU DO and that YOU CAN, you cannot loose any time, for there are but two daye left.

Arc You Wondering what we are talking about? Let us tell you. It is about the great factory sale of STORY it CLARK Pianos that is a record breaker in the history of the city. People are realizing the wonderful bargains offered and are taking advantage of the opportunity. There are but two days left of this remarkable sale Monday will be the lasa chance you will have. You had better cal at once and learn the particlars.

KMjLWSAITOU FILL CO. WANTED. Sell retail trade. $65. to $1 10.

per month and expenses or commission. Experience unnecessary, Hermingson Cigar Toledo, O. The omc Sa Junction Citjr, Kas. LOST A small silk shawl, in the post. Reward for return to Chief Trumpeter Clancy, 7th cavalry, dl-gl C.

V. Heskit of Wakefield was in town today the guest of friends. Chapin Herington. Daniel W. Chapin of Junction City and Mrs.

Lena Herington of Culver were married Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Howard Elston, 350 North 9th street, Rev. Heyso officiating. They will go to housekeeping at Junction City, the home of the groom. Salina Journal. F.

Whittaker and wife returned this afternoon from a short visit in Manhat tan. FOR SALE One Deering grain! binder in good condition and one Han- cock disc plow, good as new, for cash or on time. For information inquire of Geo. HeideL 172-2w w-2t Subscribe for the Daily Sentinel 10 Cents a Week..

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