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About The farmers' alliance. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1889-1892 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 10, 1891)
THE FARMERS' LLIANOE. LINCOLN, NEB., SATURDAY, JAN. 10, 1891.
V desire to say to ths allianeo
people of this great staU that our stock
m on of the largest and , moat oom
pieto general stocks in tha whole
csttrtry, and we an in the market to
aU fcooda. Wa want your trade, and
if good rood at right prioe and
sjuaro deal erery time will get a por
tSa we are bound to hare it Ou? aim
is to aaU ererrtiinj; ow motto is
"Cler than anybody. And we
. rtcoaato Cht it ont under this ban
ner if we hare to eeU all the goods in
tlsoountry. Our mail order depatt
mat is in excellent rnnniag order and
tU iaqsiriss as well as orders receive
prompt attention. Honey eheerfnlly
rsfandad if goods sjs not satisfactory.
A trial order solicited and satisfaction
1IAXWIXL, EHARPE & BOSS CO.
TEtSFTOHl MO. 41.
niTXTHL, tZXZTZ it ECSCO.,
1K3 tl-SSS Eat O 81, Uaooia.
Coutera graadUad sugar will sell
Ux o 1-ao per pound. Eastern grano
ltil arar, XL ft E., 6Jo per pound.
Crania extra 0. 6 per pound. Cat
ztl sa;ar, 80 per pound. Powdered
ir yr, 8 cents per pound. All package
c are gl 24e par pound. Agen
liaaUotla and Jara stiU 8O0 per
pound. Eew York hand picked navy
betes, per pound 6c. Oerman hand
r'ciUary beans, par pound etc
L'sw Carolina rioe, per pound 7a.
New Japan rioe, 60. Boiled oats per
pound 4 easts. Colled Bye, 4
cents. EnowSake hominy, per
pound 60. New York state buckwheat
par pound c Big Biscuit baking
powder, per ponnd lUo. Bombay bak
Z&S powder, IOj. PrioeS aad B yal
baling powder, per poundage. Choioe
le&f lard, par pound 80. ' New layer
tz, ptr pjuad 2yc New London lay
er rauizs, per pound 19s. New Mas
oatl raLias, in boxes, per pound lie
New Muscatel raisins, in bags, per
pound 9c Nw Leghorn citron, per
pound 80c. Genuine Ohio maple syrop,
per gallon 80c Star tobacco, per
pound, 89b. Horshoe tobacco, per
pound 89 a. , Climax tobaoco, per
pound 8o. Spearhead, per pound,
Mo. Quantity and Quality, per pound
Side. Joker, pes pound, 29c A genu
ine kiln dried smoking tobacco for 19
oestfl per pound. Frenoh peas, per
can 15c, worth SOo. Frenoh mush
rooms, per can 18o, worth 20c New
Plattartouth corn, par can 9fo, worth
Its. New Ealliaore tomatoes, per
can 8o, worth 12o. New early June
peas, par can 12 to, worth 20c New
strinstlesa beans, per can 9o. werth 12c
New 8 pound Cauornia peaches, per
can S2te, worth 80c nsw 8 pound
California pears, per can 22c, worth
80c New 8 pound California cherries,
pr can 220, l worth 89c New 8
Dousi Cslifortia snrioots. car can 29c
wcr!c. ZTew 8 pound California
trr, per cza 17 o, worth 25c New
Tt iri' XllltnAA
1LJ lulUulO ilLLUlilU,
rUIUSBID WEEKLY A.T
ccr:ra hth and m streets,
EtaAHQED AKD IMPROVED.
J. BURROWS. Editor.
J. M. THOlirSON, Business Ma'gr.
VyNV greet our readers this week with Tna
Aluancb enlarged to nearly double Its
former stse. We Intend to add to its value
editorial! as much a we have to Itnlxo.
We hope to be able further to enlarge It to a
seven column quarto, and will do so as soon
as our patronage Justtflea it. "
We realize fully that Tns Aixiivcc has
won the piaoe it holds by Us FEARLESS
NESS AMD TRUTH. It will not be ohanged
In those particulars.
We have voluntarily rejected a valuable In
come from corporation advertising, for the
reason that that patronage is bestowed to
control the press. We ask our friends to
aaake this up teus In increased subscriptions.
Our largely Increased expenses have com
pelled us to slightly inorease our price,
... ' v; TKRM3: '
Single subscriptions... ....1125
Vive subscribers in one order one year.. 5 00
Persons sending olubs oan add single sub
seripUons at the same rate. These ..terms
will bo rls-ldly adhered to.
The Alliance one year and
Looking Backward post paid . . . .tl 50
Ditto and Labor and Capital by
Kellogg. 1 40
Ditto and Cassar'a Column ........ 1 50
" ' 0r Republican Mon- .
archy by Venier Voldo , ; . 1 40
The above books for sale at this office
or sent post paid as follows;
Looking Backward. 50cts.
Caesar's Column....... ...50cts.
Labor and Capital 20cts.
Our Republican Monarchy 25cts.
. - Address. ..
Aluavce Pub. Co., Lincoln Neb.
Wanted. Corn, etc.. In Exchange For
Fuel, Posts etc.
Belmont, Neb., Dec. 29th, 1890.
Ed. Alliance-. Would rou please to
, state in your paper for the benefit of the
Alliance In this part, that if any of our
Bro. organizations alone the lino of the
B. A M. U. R. who hare to bay t heir
fuel will address us, it mar be we can
furnish it as cheap as they can get it,
net ft would be a great benefit to us if
, we could arrange a -medium of exchange
a crops were utmost n failure here.
We would be triad to get anything in the
lrne of grafn for wood or fence posts or
Br request of Alliance No. 1013.
Eeference, H. G. Stewart.,
Address Z. T. Smith.
Belmont, Dawea Co., Neb.
3 pound California plums, per can 10c,
worth 25c New 8 pound Standard
California peacn.es, per can 23c, worth
25c. New 3 pound Standard Califor
nia poaches, per can 16c worth 20c.
New 3 pound California Pie peaches,
per can 12 ic worth 15, New 2 pound
Standard Baltimore gooseberries, per
can 10s, worth 16c New 2 pound
Standard Baltimore blackberries, per
can 10c worth 15c New 2 pound
Standard Baltimore raspberries, per
can 12 Jo, worth 20c New 2 pound
Diaadara Baltimore DirawGcmea, per
lain, worth 20c New 2 sound
Alaska Salmon, per can 12, worth
20c New rack imp. sarcuaes, per can
60, worth 15c New packed mustard
sardines, per can 80, worth 10c. - Span
isk Queen olires, per bottle 24c, worth
43c Halford's sauoe, Urge, per bot
tle, 83c, worth 40c Halford's sauce,
small, per bottle. 19o, worth 25c
Crease ft Blackwell pickles, per bottle
83c, worth 40c Crosse & Blackwell
jams, per bottle 24 cents. English
tvla ntrklM. ner bottle 24c worth 80
cents. Schimmel's catsup, pints, per
bottle 10c, wonn wo. o oa. Dotue
lemon extract, per bottle 25c, worth
50c 8 oa. bottle Vanilla extract, per
botile 25c, worth 60c Imported mac-
4 J - at AA.
aroni, per pacxage 10, wna sue
Imported Vermicelli, per package 14c
worth 25c A good broom for 15c
worth 20c A good washboard for 15c,
werth 25c A good water pail for 16e,
worth 20c A good blnoking brush
for 10c worth 25c sxe still sell
in anr 89a taa for B0a a nound and a
good Japan tea eif tings for 17c. Choice
country butter, auo per pouna. ie
member we sell groceries cheaper than
TXLKFHOSl NO. 471. .;
IIAXWrLL,S2AP3 & ECSI CO.,
1m8-m-ss ss cat o fn., liiaeoin.
Kill unfcrt prsmptlj ttD(ted to. '
A few chilly facte Notwithstanding
the fact that our holiday trade was un
usually large, we hare a full and com
plete assortment of Furniture bought
at remarkably low figures, and will be
disposed of at prices that cannot be
beaten by anybody. We will quote you
prices on a few staple artioles, and
guarantee anything in this department
can be bonght at correspondingly low
prices. Wood seat chairs, 8 spindles,
at 45c. Wood seat chairs, 4 spindles,
at 60c, Perforated seat ohairs at 75c
Perforated seat and back ohairs at 80c
A nice cane seat chair at $1. A nice
wood-seat rocker at 75c, A nice per
forated seat rocker at 11. A large
Boston rooker at $2. A cane seat and
back nurse rocker at $1.75. A scroll
arm oane seat and back rooker at $2.25.
High ohairs, with and without table,
from 85o up. Children's rockers from
75o up. Children's cradles from $1.50
up. Bedsteads from $2,60 up. Stand
ard woven wire rprings at $1.24. Cot
ton top : mattresses at $2.75. Wool
mattresses at $4.25. Part wool mat
tresses,.oxtra carded, $5.92. Hair mat
tresses as low as $9.85. We still have
a few of those solid oak chamber suites
The Victory Peed Hill
Til ::! CI li ttj Y.':r! j
For arlndlnir Cora with or without the shuck,
and a)l kinds f small (rain. Capacity
. U to 60 bushels per hour,
Made in three sizes, four, eight and
twelr horse power. ?m
Afiress, TKSS. R3EE1ITS, Sgrlssfls!., 0.
full assortment of
Forest and Fruit Trees,
Plants, vines, Etc, or
Hardiest sorts for Nabraika. Sneelal nrleea
to Alllanoe societies. Send for price list to
North Bend Nursery, North Bend, Dodge Vo
Neb. Kstaniiiaed ihbs. j . w. stsvbnson,
Keep It Before The People.
The Lincoln Shirt Factory, estab
lished in 1880 is the oldest one and in
fact the only shirt factory in the city.
wethereiore warn the public against
any other firm or person pretending to
bo in a similar business in Lincoln.
We are strictly a home industry, em
ploying home tabor and patronizing
other home industries, and hare there
fore more claim upon home patronage
than any foreign hrra represented here
sometimes by traveling agents. Besides
we can gire prompter and better satis
faction than any. foreign firm, for we
are always right here and ever anxious
Orders are respectfully solicited and
first class workmanship and perfect fits
are guaranteed. t:
. Members of the legislature, some of
whom hare already left, their orders,
are cordially invited to trive us a call.
Parties desiring shirts to order that
are sure to please will remember to call
at 1008, O St. .
4t30 A, Katzekstein, Sr.
TO THE LAW MAKERS OF NEB.
On your arrival in Lincoln, and dur
ing your stay in the city, it will doubt-
J less occur to your mind, where is the
best piaoe to ouysome doming . or. fur
nishing goods. We would suggest go to
the Ewing Clothing Co., because they
are the only first class American house
in the city. They carry the finest and
Dest Dranas oi goous. xney are thor
oughly reliable in every sense of the
word. They are strictly one price, thus
hare they established the confidence of
the trading public and they enjoy the
largest and finest traVle In the city,
at $18.75. A silk tapestry parlor suite
a l a.
for $3S.DO. Higa cac cane nee cnairs
each $1.25. Hiph back oane seat rook
ers each $2.15. We have a few articles
that were bought especially for the
holiday trade that can be bought at ex
ceedingly low figures. Parties con
templating the famishing of rooms for
the legislature will do us a faror by
calling and looking orer our stock and
getting our prices before purchasing
elsewhere. We will sere you from 15
to 25 per cent on what you purchase.
Bcmembtr that we sell Furniture
cheaper than anybody.
TSLEPHD5B HO. fit.
HAXT7ZLL, SHABF3 ft CCC3 CO.
1MJ-84-3B-S8 East O St. LaooU.
Dry Goods Department.
40 inch black Mohair, great bargain,
50c, worth 75c 42 inch black ttohair
at COo, worth 90. 44' inch black Mo
hair at 85c worth $1.25. 46 inch black
Mohair at $1, worth $1.50. 40 inoh
black all wool Henrietta at 50c, worth
C3c 40 inoh black all wool Henrietta
at 60o, worth 78s. 40 inch blaok Surah
twill at 70c, worth $1. 40 inoh black
silk warp Henrietta at $1, worth $1.50.
40 inch black silk warp Henrietta at
$1.25, worth $1.75. 48 inch black silk
warp Henrietta, special, - at $1.80,
worth $1.98. 42 inctt black silk warp
Henriettaat$1.60,worth$2.25. 48 inch
black Taffeta si $140, worth $2. 44
inch black twCl with Mohair stripe at
$1.85, worth $1.90. 40 inch all wool
Henrietta, all shad as, at48j, worth 68a,
48 inoh all wool Henrietta, all colors
and black, at 73c worth $1. 48 inch
all wool Henrietta, all colors and
black, at 08c worth $1.50. We hares
nioe line of erening shades at 683, 73o
and 98c - A choice line of Plaids will
be sold at 25o, 39c 42c 60c 59j, 69o
and 90c one-third less than their ralue.
86 inoh English Henriettas, all shades
and black, 25c, worth 85c 88 inoh
English Henriettas, all shades and
blaok, 85c worth 48a. All our best
10c Ginghams will be sold at 6f 0, A
lot of Ginghams, fast colors, will go at
4Jc Erery piece of our best Prints
we will sll for 4jo, worth 7c. Our
own LL 4-4 Muslin at Cj, worth 8 i.
Lonsdale 4-4 bleaotied at 7fc, worth
10c Linens, Flannels, imnkets,
Yarns, Hosiery, Underwear, Notions,
etc, at proportionate low prices. Re
member we sell Dry Goods cheaper
than anybody. West entrance, nrst
TELEPHONE NO. 479.
MAXWELL, SHAEPE ft E033 CO.
UTOM-M 88 E iSt O 8i, L'.ucola.
1UU otdan promptly attended to.
We have about $6,000 worth of bank
rupt stock left, which we are selling at
less than cost of leather. The goods
are of the rery best make and erery
pair guaranteed or money refunded.
Below we gire you a few of our prices
and inrite you to inspect our stock.
Ladies best Dongola H. T., $2.75, for.
A.HURLBUT &. GO.
Clothing and Furnishing Goods.
Cor. P and 10th
OVtSnOdNDSMDSIZCS A TMtKNUME
0S $10.00 TO $75.00 A JIUEJWTMITSADMISL
BUDGE & 1IOKRIS, 1122N.St, Lincoln, Neb.
We wish to impress
We will sell them
than any store, in Lincoln.
All we ask of you is to
COMPARE OUR PRIOES.
GET OTJB PRICES ON
Ginghams; muslins, sheetings, dress goods.
Linens, Hosiery and underwear.
Write us for samples we will assure
you prompt attention.
J. W. WINGER & CO.
1109 O Street- Lincoln, Neb.
mer price $4. Ladies' Cur. Kid. opera
and common sense, $2.50, former price
$3.75. Ladies' Bright Dongola at $2,
former price $3.25. Ladies' Dongola,
opera and common sense, at $1.50. for-
. - ri rn T nin linftrtn
ai lonner pru j..w. uu
. a. n m : 1 en T n A t'
Dongola Bntton at 7e, former pnoe
$1.50. Ladies' fine Calf Button at
$1.75. former prioe $3. Ladies' Calf
Button at $1.50, former price fz.&u.
Misses' ' Dongola, high cut heel and
spring heel, at $1.35, former price
$2.25. Misses' Oil Goat, heel and
iring heel, $1.20, former price fi.
isees' School Shoes at $1, former
prioe $1.65. Misses' Goat Tip at $1,
former pnoa f l.ou. cnuas ocnooi
Shoes, button, at 08c former prie
$1.35. Child's solar tip Oil Grain at
77c, former prioe $1.25. Infanta' shoes
at 10c 25c 40o and 50c Men's French
Calf H. ft S. at $5, former prioe $7.60.
Men's French Calf H. W. at $3.50, for
mer price $5. Men's Calf II. W. at $3,
former prioe $4.50. Men's Waukenphas
H. W. at $2.20, former price $3.75.
Men's Genuine Calf, all solid, $2, for
mer prioe $3.25. Men's Button, Laoe
and Congress, $1.29, former prioe $2.25.
Boy's high out Calf Button $1.75, for
mer prioe $2.75. Bora' Calf, all solid,
at $1.25, former price $2.25. Boys'
Button and Congress at $1, former
price $1.85. Men's Kip boots at $1.95,
former prioe 13.50, Men's Oil Grain
boots at $1.75, former price $3. Boys'
Kip boots at $1.19, former prioe $2.25.
Boys' Oil Gram boots at $1.35, former
price $2.60. Boys' Flesh Split, solid
as a rock, at 99c, former price $1.75.
Ladies' first quality Arctics at 78 a, for
mer price $1. ' Ladies' warm lined
Alsakas at 75c, former prioe 90c
Misses' Arctics at C80, former price
90c Children's ArctioS at 58o, former
price 75c Children's Bobbers at 15c,
former price 35c Men's Pure Gum
Boots at f2.25, former prioe C3.&U.
Men's felt boot at 89o, former price
$L Men's Arctics at 98o, former prioe
$1.85. . Men's rubbers at 50c, formor
price 80c Boys' rubber boots at $1.78,
former prioe $2.50. Bembember that
we sell Boots and Shoes oheaper than
MAXWELL, SHARPS ft LOSS CO.
Wl 3S E si O RL, Ltnooln.
Ua'.l onlen promptly attended to.
In this department the same low prices
prevail and we are snre a visit will re
sult in one or more purchases. Tha
department embraces a complete line
of chiaa, glassware, crockery and stone
ware, lamps and lamp goods, etc. Bead
these prices: Teacups, 5o; with han
dle, Cjo; ooiTee oupc 6 l-4s; with ban
die, 7io; tea saucers, 5c, coffee saucers,
6 1-43 6-inch plates. Co. 6-inch plates,
6io: 7-inch plates. 7ic: 8 inch plates.
8fc; 7-inch soup plates, 8c; 8 inch soup
plates, 9c; 8-inch platters, 19c; 9-inch
putters, 24c; 10-inch platters, 2ita; 11
inch platters, 33a; 12-inch platters,39o ;
14-inoh platters, 44c: small bowls (36),
Ho; medinm bowls (30), 14c; large
bowls (24), 17o ; 0-inch round scolloped
Sts., Lincoln, Neb.
Table and Pocket Cutlrey,
Shears and Scissors.
SKATES AND SLEDS.
Decorated Tea and Coff 3 3 Pots
The largest stock of
goods in the city.
this on the minds of the
dry goods cheaper
vopfttihla diaha. 14c: 6-inch round
scolloped regetable dUhes, 19o; 7-inch
mnnrl nnllowv1 rrtret &.ht disLai. 21c:
8-inch round scolloped regetible dish,
29c; 9-incn round scouopea regewiDie
dishes, 33e; 10-inch round scolloped
TvAtabU dishea. 33o: fine oral pickle
dishes, 16o; 7-iuch corered tureen. 54e;
8-inch corered tareen, wo; no. m in
ey shape pitcher, holds 1 pmt,14c; No.
?h fanff ahanA nitaher. holds one
quart, 19o; No. 24 fancy shaped pitch
er, holds 3 pints, zo; no. n iucj
shaped pitcher, holds 2 quarts, 33c;
No. 6 fancy shaped pitcher, holds 1
gallon, 48c; plain dessert dishes, 4s;
sugar bowls, 33c; grary boat, 24c; soup
trays. 12c; corered butter dishes, 45c;
large wash bowls. S9o; large wash
pitchers, 39c This is the celebrated
J. and G. Meakins' ware, and is the
beat white ironstone china made on
this earth. We hare in stock some
rare patterns of Harelin's decorated
dinner and tea sets at right prices. We
show a few rery handsome designs in
deooiated porcelain ware that we can
sell as com pie to dinner or tea sets or
by the single piece. This is a rery de
sirable thing to buy. as you can hare
as large or small a set as you please to
begin with and add to it as your purse
allows or your circumstances demand.
Be sure you see this when you come in.
Our stock is complete in all depart
ments and prices are guaranteed. We
sell dishes cheaper than anybody.
Third floor, east aide.
TE1XPHOKI NO. ili.
JXAXWELL, SHAEPE ft E0S3 CO.,
US3-M-S6-38 East O 8b Liuoula.
C Kill orvlan pnanptl; Ux)ed to.
Tha moat cruel cut of all, but fortu
nately at a time when it will do every
body some good and Help to round out
the corners 01 tne old year, xne nrst
thing that came in our war in this de
partment was Heating Stores, and we
hare trimmed them of erery vestige of
profit and now offer any Heating store
oa our floors at absolute cost. We
mean this and don't propose to tie up
money in Heating Stores by holding
them for a profit until next winter.
Cut No. 2 is an even 25 per cent off on
all Silverware in plush oases and chil
dren's sets (knife, fork and spoon).
Cut No. 3 w 40 per cent off on a line
line of Pocket Knives, the largest liie
in the city. Cat No. 4 is on Skates
and this will catch a great many. Cut
No. 5, which is a rery important one
as it embraces our entire Tinware de
partment, which we hare on an aver
age cut square in half. This ought to
catch the housekeepers. Cut No. 6
takes in our sun department. Now,
here is the finest layout of guns in the
state outside of Omaha, We hare quite
a number of fine double suns, such as
Pieper, Bichards, Bedman, Columbia
and a number of other makes, worth
from $55 to $65. These guns hare
been used a few times only, you can
hare your choice of the lot for 32.50.
We hare also a number of guns that
would be cheap at $35 and on account
of haring hired them out a few times
Best Bacon 8c. Shoulders 6c
Boiling Beef 3 and 4 c Sausage 7c
Roast Pork 6 and 7 c
We will pay the highest price for hides
816 P Street.
9S4 P Qt ITortll Of O
Centrally located and newly furnished throughout. Tablt flnt-olaw.
LARGE AND ELEGANT
Tern Sl-25 to $1.50 Per day.
We hare just completed arrangements by which we can offer Ladies', Men's
and Children's underwear at exactly case prices, and sell you any quantity you
wish. The goods offered are all strictly first-class.
READ THE LIST.
Men's red trtsed t wool shirts and
drawers, each. $ 37
Men's brown mixed i woool shirts
and drawers, each. 87$
Men's red and white striped shirts
and drawers, each. 87
Men's brown and white striped
shirts and drawers, each 37
Men's heary scotch mixed shirts
and drawers, each. 37
Men's heary gray all wool shirts
and drawers, each . 80
Men's heary gray all. wool double
breasted shirts... , 1.00
Children's underwear at proportionate prices. In ordering please make
second choice as what you want may.be closed out before your order is received.
27tf , J. W. HARTLEY, State Agent, Lincoln, Neb.
Everything You Ect. Wear and Uco
You cannot afford to be without it; even if you don't send orders to
us, it will sure you money as a guide to prices you should pay at horn.
w. furnish tha book free. Bend 6
H. R. EAGLE Ct CO.,
63 Wabash Avf CHICAGO.
we will sell them at $22. 50 for your
rlioiee. We are exclusive acents in
this city for Sterens' Bifles, the rery .
best known target rifles. On any kind
of a gun we will ' duplicate eastern
prices and save" you iie freight. Bring
in your list and discounts. Cut No.
7 is . where our catting quali
ties show up. It comprises our line
of shearj and scissors. The st ck is
large and complete aad includes a
number of the best makes. On these
mnndAd nft 25 tier cent. Out No.
8 interests the men only. No beard
less yooths nor young laaiea neea ap
ply, as this is on razors only, and most
erery one has some favorite maker.
See if this list includes yours : There
is Wade ft Butcher's, Bengali, Elec
tric, Twin Brothers', Queen, North
field and the new HorneL This last
razor you want to aee, as it is ground
- : ; 1 . . . .
on m new napie ana is a nummer.
The discount on these goods is 12 1 per
cent. Cat No. nine is in scales. We
hare just put in a new stock, but we
must sell, and offer the marble, slab
butcher's scale at $11.75, worth $15,00;
Butcher's pan scales at $3,75, worth
$5.f)0; Spring balances, 15e to $1.50
each ; Tea scales, rery fine, $2.98 each,
north $4.50. Anything in the Scale
line, from a postal scale to a railroad
track scale, to order. Cut No. ten
will be felt more by tha horses, boss
and cattle, as it is on barbed wire We
have three carloads in our waroroom.
bought at the rery moment that tha
prices reached the bottom. Oar oak
price is so low that it is simply "out of
sight." If you want wire call or write
for prices. After cat No. 10 we had
kind o' got our hand in and declared a
general out on the entire hardware de
partment, which mskos our store the
spot for hardware. We sell it oheaper
than anybody. First floor, east aide.
MAXWELL, tiHAEPE ft E0S3 CO.,
xi 00 m V E dU law. u .
Hail crden promptly attended to"
Slaughter! Slaughter!! "Our Wg
knite has done its work." Thousands
of dollars will absolutely be given
away in the next two weeks. ; The
greatest ot all bargain sales. Once in
a life time is such an opportunity of
fered. Yoa can buy of us at reta 1
prices for less than regular factory
prices. All our cloaks must go is the
command. Carry nothing orer is our
motto. One thousand cloaks, cloth
jackets, walking coats, Newmar-
kets, plush sacqnes and jackets
reduced 40 per, cent. You sure
ly can be suited. A $6 jacket
for $3.60, au (8 Jacket for $4.80. the
$10 Jackets and Newmarkets for $6.
All $15 Jackets and Newmarkets for
$9, The $27.50 Plush Sacqnes for
$16.50. Oar $40 Plush Saoques for
$24. All $60 Plush Sacqnes for $36.
This discount of 40 per cent applies to
everything in ihis department. Re
member we sell Cloaks cheaper than
anybody. Second floor, west side, take
TELEPHONE KO. 41.
MAXWELL, SHAEPE ft E0S3 CO.
1583 84-W 88 Ks O 8., Llaosln.
Hail octet prouiKty attndad to.
Roast Beef 6c
Pork Steak 7c
Beef Stew 63
Cal. Hams 5o
and poultry. For live turkeys 8 to 9c.
Sie !P Street.
, MHSS KoHAFFlj Prcyr
Mens' extra heary all wool shirts
and drawers, each. $ 95
Ladies' jersey rests medium weight
each.... s........ 19
Ladies' fine merino rest and draw
ers, ea6h. ............. i ... a . 87
Ladies' fine all wool scarlet rests
and drawers, each 70
Ladies' extra fine all wool scarlet
vests and drawers, each........ 80
Ladies' XXX scarlet all wool rests '
- and drawers, each. ............. 1 00
Ladies' XXX scarlet all wool jer
sey vests and drawers, each. . . ,
cents to pay the postage oa it.
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