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THE OMAHA DAILY BEF:5 : THURSDAY , JULY 0 , 1893 ,
CODRTLASD BEACH CROWDED
Tha Fourth Was a Oraat Day at the
FIFTEEN THOUSAND IN ATTENDANCE
The Immenio Crowd Mngnlllccntljr linn-
died , ConnlilorltiR It So 1'nr Overrenclteil
All Kxpcctntloni Utnnha Hhuws Ap
preciation ufTliU New KntorprUo.
The Fourth was a red letter day for Court-
land beach , and from morning until night all
roads led toward that popular resort , to the
great delight of Manager Grlfllths and to the
entire satisfaction of everybody who visited
Omaha's watering placo.
About 15,000 people entered the gates.
The crowd startca for the beach early in the
morning find a steady stream was Kept up all
day and evening.
Early durint ? the forenoon Glister post ,
Grand Army of the Republic , sixty strong ,
with their wives nnd children met nt Sher
man avenue anil Corny streets and started
for the beach , whcro they held n picnic out
in the grove.
The Ancient Order of United Workmen , to
the number of 500 nr over , with their
families , nlso had a plcnlu In the grove at
Several hundred smaller picnic parties ,
consisting of from four to twelve persons
each , nlso enjoyed themselves among the
Notwithstanding the fact that carpenters
wcro kept busy building extra tables all
day on the 3rd and up to noon on the 4th
many of the picnickers were compelled to
lunch on the grass.
DTho street car company took every avail
able car ofT all the other lines nnd run them
on the Sherman avenue line , but even this
move barely accommodated the crowds. In
fact many persons In returning homo at
night walked over the bridge and took the
Sherman avcnuo cars at the north end of the
fair grounds in order to avoid the delay and
crowds In transferring from the East Omaha
Never before in the history of Omaha
have the people patronized any enterprise
llko tlioy have this ono Inaugurated by the
Courtland Beach association. The manage
ment , as well as the directors and stock
holders , all acknowledge that their most
sanguine expectations have been over
reached In the attendance , not only on the
Fourth , but every day since the beach com
pany throw open Its gates to the public , nnd
it is asserted with some authority that thcro
Is nn understanding , nrrived nt some time
ago , that no money will bo taken out of the
proceeds this season , every cent of which is
to be devoted to the beautifying of the
grounds , erection of other improvements ,
putting In of an clcstric light plant , etc.
Over 5,503 people enjoyed the switchback
on the Fourth between the hours of 10 n. m.
nnd 10 p. m.whilo some 0,000 took in the car-
rousal. The fifty odd row boats belonging to
the beach were in great demand and never
for a moment was one idle during the entire
Extra accommodations of every sort were
provided , but in many cases they wcro found
Inadequate for the immense demand. Every
chair , settee and available place was occu
pied throughout the entire day and evening ,
while thousands strolled about the beach
and over the R rounds , all seemingly enjoying
their outlne' ' immensoly. Everybody nnd
their neighbor , the banker , merchant , law
yer , Iruiorer and mechanic as well as the old
soldier ana the small boy were In nttond-
onco.accompaniec ) by wivessweethearts and
listers. They came from not
only Omatuv and Council Bluffs
but Plattsinouth , Fremont , Lincoln ,
Blair and every direction within n radius of
100 miles. It was n Jovial , well behaved
crowd , and the way that it % vns handled by
the management is certainly commendable ,
especially when the throng so greatly over
reached all expectations.
> Of the 1,200 persons who went in bathing
over 300 wore ladles , and about half of this
number furnished their" own bathing
There was no balloon'ascension , but the
many other attractions succeeded in holding
the crowd until midnight. The aeronauts ,
Gould and Cribble , telegraphed in every di
rection for a balloon to taico the place of the
one that Kay Eslcr went up in on Monday
About 8 o'clock in the evening n stand con
taining fireworks , located west of the pavil-
lion , cnuKht lire , nnd nn unex
pected display of nil kinds of
fireworks shooting out in every direction
was witnessed. It lasted some fifteen min
utes. Very fortunately no one was injured ,
although several hundred people were standIng -
Ing In close proximity nt the start. It con-
iumod several hundred dollars worth of lire-
works nnd was a display thoroughly enjoyed
by nil present after It was ascertained that
no ono was injured.
A little later in the evening the advertised
display of fireworks took placo. It was by
far the finest exhibition of fireworks yet
given by the beach company. The effect
was magnificent , as the display took place
on the opposite sldo of the lake , giving
everybody In attendance an unobstructed
view of everything that was "sent off , " the
hundreds of row boats betwoun the fire-
wonts and the beach going fur toward wak
ing a pretty elTcct.
OMAHA PEOPLE OATJOHT.
Collnnio or n Toxi * L'uml Company In
Which Locul Men Wcro Iiitureuod.
The assignment of the Omaha and South
Texas Land comuany affects certain Omaha
capitalists , who are interested In the con
cern. The company was organised about two
years ago , nnd had for its object the develop
ment of a manufacturing nnd resilience
suburb adjoining the city of Houston on the
north. The suburb was named Houston
Heights , nnd the company secured possession
there of 1.7UO acres of land. Affairs con
nected with its development progressed
Bwlmmlngly , nnd sltu-o n year ago
last May some wonderful changes have boon
Hindu thcro. The company secured control
of the Houston Street Ilallwny company and
three inlle > s of additional electric- road were
built ami put in operation. It is stated that
the cash earnings of the road last , \enr wcro
fciOO.OOO. Twenty-live acres of the land was
purchased by Swift & Co. , which company is
now engaged In erecting thuro the largest
cotton seed oil mill In the country.
The company was succeeding beyond its
expectations when the financial unrest that
Is prevalent all over the countrv began to
embarrass it and the
, impossibility of myo-
tlatlng securities rendered It impossible
to meet n note for tf.CXiO . that foil duo today ,
nnd the appointment of a receiver was asked
for nnd granted. The suburb has electric
light ! ! , p.wlng nnd other improvements , while
through the residence portion runs u boulo-
vnrrt that is said to bo ono of the most
beautiful south of the Ohio river , macadam-
iroit and liaving n row of natural trees
along the center. Over t'.KJO.OOO hits been ex
pended , and it I stated that tno nasots of
the company are considerably in e tress of
(1,000,000. while the liabilities are said bv
the president to bo much leas than 1100,000.
The company is capitalized for iisUO.OOO , nud
ever 1500,000 , run neon paid in. The crod-
hora are nearly nil aloritnoUori , most of
whom rcsldo in Uo.iton and Chicago , and
efforts are already bolus made to raise the
money to enable the company to continue.
tltu 1'nper Around ,
Annlq Robinson , a pauper who was foisted
Upon Douglas county by the uutborltics of
Ilock Island. 111. , wag returned yesterday.
The woman In telling her story said that the
Ilock Island people raised the money nnd
purchased her ticket to Omaha , telling her
that the ( Mjoplo here would give her a
good home und provide for her during her
old ace. She also said that nho had been a
resident of Ilock'Island for more than ten
$400.00 lots $25.00 down ; HCO pngo 7.
JUDGE KEYSOR'S OOUBT.
limy Dnjr , Including a Suit of Intornntlonnl
A suit which Involves the laws of two na
tions was hoard by Judge Kcysor yesterday ,
the purposcf-bclng the establishment of the
licit-ship to nn estate and to decide whether
the laws of the United States or the laws of
England shall govern.
During the month of May , ISM , Lucy M.
Fowler died In the city of IMplcrto , Tohltl ,
one of the Society islands , whither she had
gonc/or her health from Honolulu , the capi
tal city of the Sandwich Islan.ls. Prior to
her death she had made a will , leaving her
property , which consisted of Jo.liX ) of notes
and cash , to Abigail Kicker of Florence , tills
county , who In turn dleJ before the estnto
was settled , leaving all of her wealth and
that acquired under and by the terms of the
will to a relative , Huldn Hooves.
At this time Jefferson Upauldlng , a distant
relative of Lucy M. Fowler , Is contesting
the will , by claiming that the deceased was
a resident of the Sandwich Islands at , nnd
for many years prior to her demise , and that
the laws of the Island being the laws of
England , the whole ol the property would
go to hlui'ho being the next of kin and the
only heir at law , according to the statutes of
the Kingdom of Hawaii , which make no pro
vision for property reverting to relatives un
less they are subjects of the crown , which
Mrs. Kicker , to whom the property was
willed , was not.
When the criminal division of the district
court convened yesterday Judge ICoysor
nuulo things warm for criminals who had
been recently convicted.
Henry Martin , the young man who filched
$125 from the person of Hello Brandon while
she was In n drunken stupor , was the first
individual to bo booked for the ponltentiary.-
Murttn had been convicted by the jury and1
nt the time it was proven that ho eked out
an existence by hanging around the houses
of ill fame and pounding wheezy pianos.
This ho admitted , but the robbery ho denied ,
notwithstanding the fact that the proof was
dead ngalust him , and that It was a clear
case that ho took the money. After giving
a lecture that was worth double the price of
admission , the court put on a live years sen
tence , and then called George II. Smith to
Smith was convicted of being ono of the
parties who broke into and stole three bar
rels of sugar from a Burlington car not many
months ago. He was convicted and yester
day admitted that ho had a hand in the sugar
deal , but only as an agent , having been
lured to do the work. Smith got five years
and at the same tirno expressed the nope
that ho would bo Joined by the man who had
hired him , though ho said ho was afraid that
there would never bo n trial of his confeder
ate. Judge ICoysor put his mind at case by
promising that the case .against the confed
erate ) should not bo dismissed so long as ho
> vas upon the bench.
Minnie Thompson and Emma Mason , two
colored girls , who were convicted of having
concealed property stolen from Altaian's
store , were each sentenced to pay a line of
$50 and servo thirty days in the county Jail.
John Madncn , the saloon man who has
been running u joint on the north sldo of CutOff -
Off lake and who has failed to pay a license
for the privilege of dealing out what ho
called cold tea , was fined $100 anel costs , not
withstanding the fart that ho asked fora
now trial , urging that the state did not
prove that he sold anything that was intoxi
8400.00 lots $23.00 down ; seepage 7.
Department of the 1'Ialto Loses Under a Now
' Orilor ( loitalp Abnut the Military.
The much talkcd-of change in the boundary
lines of the military departments by which
the city of Denver will secure a department t
headquarters has at lust.oceu made a reality
by an order from the War department.
A copy of the order was received at army
headquarters yesterday. This now arrange
ment takes away from the Department of the
Plattc the state of Colorado and the terri
tory of Utah. This will bo a loss of three
military posts and seventeen troops and com
panies to the Department of the Plattc. The
Department of Art/ona has been by the same
order abolished and the Department of
Colorado created in its stead. The new Do-
partuicnt of Colorado will consist of the
state of Colorado and the territories of Utah i ,
Arizona and Now Mexico , with headquarters
In Denver. The small section in southern
California , which has heretofore belonged to
the Department of Arizona , will bo assigned
to the Department of California , which de
partment will consist of the states of Cali
fornia and Nevada.
Brigadier General McCook has been as
signed to the command of the now Depart
ment of Colorado. The relative strength of
the various departments in the number of
troops and companies as they will Stand
under the now arrangement will bo as
follows : Department of the East , 70 ; De
partment of Missouri , iV > ; Department of the
Plattc , 40 ; Department of Colorado , 51 ; De
partment of Dakota , 04 ; Department of
Columbia , 24 : Department of California , 23 ,
and Department of Texas , 27 , This gives a
total of H73 troops and companies in the entire -
tire United States army. The Department
of the Plntto will stand fifth in point of
strength after the transfer of the three
posts In Utah and Colorado to the Depart
ment of Colorado.
8400.00 lots 825.00 down ; see pa o 7.
DIFFERENCE IN LOIS.
Mm. Cole Win Compelled to I'll ! Her
I'rnpurty null Her Neighbor' * .
Mrs. Lizilo Cole , a widow who lives on
Tenth street , between Hickory und Center ,
has a grievance against the city and the city
ofliclals who have charge of the matter of
lilting vacant lots and abating nuisances ,
Mrs , Cole owns lot 7 , block 10 , in Kountzo'a
fourth supplementary , Last March she re
ceived orders from the chairman of the Board
of Publlo Works to have her lot tilled. She
compiled with the order ami had dirt enough :
dumped on her lot to bring It to grade and
to partly fill the adjoining lot which is owned
by S. A. Orchard. This work cost her $ . ' 150.
She Mien wanted the adjoining lots filled ,
but the work was stopped by City Attorney
Connell's orders , leavi ing her lot above grade
with n pond of stagnant water standing on
the Orchard lot. Recent rains have washed
the filling from Mrs. Colo's lot , wrecked her
barn and almost destroyed a fcuco which she
had built at a cost of (100.
The woman naturally thinks that she
should have some recourse and has asked
the councilman in her ward , Mr. Peter
Hack , to lay thociso before the council , but
Mr. Hack will have nothing to do with the
case. Mrs. Cole alleges that Mr , Hack is
doing her an injustice on account of isa
personal difference she had with him some
tlnio ago over a prlvnto account , She
thinks that she should have damages for
the injury to her property and should bo
allowed pay for filling the Orchard lot if
the city will not make the owner fill It.
Mm. Cole says that the dirt from her lot It.is
washed by every rain into the hole In the
Ore-hard lot and that the nuisance will bo
abated soon and at her expense. She as
failed to receive any satisfaction from any
of the city olUcials and may go to the courts
to establish her claims.
FALCONER'S ' COST CASH SALE
Everything Going nt Oost Wo are Selling
MAGNIFICENT .STOCK OF SILKS
All nt Co t VII Our Wool Dress tlooili ,
lll.ick nnd Colorcil , At Cost
All Our Flue Linens
You can buy everything in our store
nt exactly what it cost us in the mar
Luces nt cost.
Embroidery nt cost.
Ribbons nt cost ,
All our notions nt cost , excepting
spool cotton nnd spool silk.
All our gent's furnishings nt cost , ex
cepting K nnd W collnrs and cuffs.
Men's ties nt cost.
MUH'B Hhirts of nil kinds nt cost.
Men's underwear at cost.
Lnrtic.s1 hosiery nt cost.
Ladies' underwear at cost.
You cannot buy an article of us at
regular pried during this entire month
of July , with the above exceptions.
All our curtains , dhiporics and rugs
at nut cost.
This is a positive cost sale.
"Wo will oven go below cost on the fol
All our natural pongee silks , f > 0o nnd
COc ( nuilitlcs , today , ' 1'Jo ' per yard. '
Another grand suit sale , with every
suit sold a handsome silk waist will bo
given free of charge , worth not less
than $0.00. and up to $7.50.
I lot of Indies' Eton suits double col
lar nna full crown skirt 4 yards wide ,
made of tnn mixed Scotch material ,
price of suit 913.50 , silk waist $7.50 , both
articles today only $12.00.
1 lot of ladies' suits , made of shower
proof serge , regular'$1.50 quality , colors
navy nnd black , priceof suit 815.00 ,
waist $0.75 , today suit and silk waist
complete only $13.50.
05 Indies' Jersey waists , colors navy
blue , tun , brown , green and black , all
wool , regular retail price $3.00 and $0.00 ,
today only G'Jc each , ono waist to each
ZEPHYR PRINT WRAPPER , 81.13.
Those wrappers can't bo bought in any
store less than $1.50 or $1.75 ; today
these wrappers go at $1.13.
N. D. FALCONER.
rur caic.vco .
IN YOJU pocicirr. i
Yon Cnn Do So by 1'iirchaHlng a Copy of
llornn'R Dictionary of Chicago.
This valuable book has received the
endorsement of the World's Columbian
Exposition. It also contains a handsome
map of Chicago and is the only recog
nized and standard Guide to the World's
Fair City. For sale by George E. Mornn ,
publisher , suite 213 Herald builclincr ,
Chicago , 111. , and by all prominent
news dealers. Price , 50c per copy. Silk
cloth bound copies in gilt , postage paid ,
$1.00 each. Every person contemplating
a visit to Chicago during the World's
1 fair should avail himself of this oppor-
tunity to secure a copy.
$400.00 lots $23.00 down ; see page 7.
Concerning Mr. Council.
Mr. Cornish , nssistant city attorney , being
interviewed as to the statement that the
city attorney had stipulated in writing that
the mandamus proceedings in the supreme
j j I court , boin ? the case entitled. City of Omaha
i against Peter W. Blrkhauser , should bo
I continued until September , says : "An in-
ustlco is done Mr. Conncll by that stato-
ment. The facts , as I learn thorn from H. S.
Ilnll , are as follows : That the city and
Board of Public Works made a case upon
paper to present in the supreme court , in
which they sought to obtain a different con
struction of the law from that placed
thereon Dy Judge Walton. Dick Hull ,
hearing of these proceedings and
l > eing engaged in the trial of a case
which continued nil of last week ,
nnd is being finished today , obtained a post-
ponomcnt of the case in whicn ho was ca
gaged for ono day. when ho wont to Lincoln
nnd obtained leave to intervene nnd file n
brief in said case in the supreme court.
Under the urnctico of the supreme court ho
would have been cutttlod , upon n showing
that ho was actually engaged in the trial of
the suit In the district court , to time In i
which to prepare a brief , and could doubt
less have obtained twenty days for that
puruoso. Mr. Council , to save that delay
stipulated that ho could lilo a brief by Mon i
day , July a , and that the case should bo
deemed submitted as of the date of said I
stipulation. If the supreme court will not
consider the matter or meet to hand down a
decision bcforo September , it is a misfortune
for which Mr. Council Is In nowise responsi
ble , his stipulation being calculated to ob
tain n speedier hearing and decision than
could otherwise possibly bo obtained. "
St. Ixuls manufactures increased more
rapidly during the eighties than those of any
eastern city , and It Is the home of several of
the largest and best equipped factories In
the world , Visitors to the .World's fair
Bhould make their arrangements to visit St.
Louis on the way and remain In the city nt
least long enough to BOO Its magnlllcont com
mercial and other buildings , and to partake
of the hospitality which has undo tiio city
famous throughout the entire continent.
Dnmnglnx Hall Storm.
County Commissioner Williams came In
from the west end of the county yesterday
morning and represents that a hall storm of
unusual severity passed over that section last
Saturday afternoon , completely ruining the
small grain and fruit , besides badly damag
ing the corn.
The track of the storm was about a mlle
wldo and extended from Arlington to Irvington -
ton , a distance of twenty miles. Ho esti
mates the destruction of fully 1 ! > ,000 acres of
small grain , nearly all of which was ready
o harvest. The storm was accompanied by
a heavy wind and continued for more than
nn hour , during which tlmo hall fell to the
depth of several Inches , some of the stones
bolng as largo us prooso eggs. In the path of
the storm all of the small grain was beaten
Into the ground , while the trees and vines
were stripped of their leaves and fruit.
IiKjulrlni ; for MorrUon.
Coroner Maul is In receipt of a letter from
Mrs. W. H. Morrison , 210'J Olive street ,
Kansas City , asking for a full description of
the Thomas Morris who suicided at the
The only 1'ure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia ; No Alum.
Used m Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
Nock hotel Kntunlitr. In the letter she
said that ono of hcnTitmlly was missing.
Mr. Maul 1ms sent all the facts regarding
the case to Mnm Morrison. It is not
thought , however , lllat the dead man Is the
person the writer o&tlio letter is looking for.
A hinull Doctor Hill.
Fifty cents Is n smnll doctor bill , but that
is nil It will cost you to euro any ordinary
cnso of rheumatism ilf you use Chamber-
ivin's Pnln Hnlm. Try It nnd you will bo
surprised nt the prompt relief it affords.
The first application .vrlll qnlot the pain. 50-
cent bottles for said by druggists.
Oliver O. Mays has sued the D. & M. road
for J5.000. In his petition , Mays avers that
ho Is a private soldier , stationed at Fort
Omaha , nnd that n few days ago ho was on
ono of the defendant's trains , ticketed from
Omaha to Bellevue. At Gibson ho had a
discussion with the conductor , which re
sulted In the soldier being IIred from the car.
Now ho nllegcs that ho had to cover the
eight miles on foot , nnd that by reason of
the walk ho was bruised about the feet , suf
fering great bodily and mental pain. Not
only this , but ho declares under oath that ho
was subjected to n great Indignity , besides
being brought Into ridicule nnd contempt.
Albert A. Stow.irt Is another man who
has bobbed up with n well developed dam-
nga suit which ho hns carried into the
courts. This man Is anxious to try conclu
sions with Police Officer Hudson for the
modest sum of $5,000 , which ho avers that
either Hudson or his bondsmen should bo
compelled to pay. Stewart alleges that ho
has always beoii n good and law-abiding citi
zen , well dsK ! | > sed toward the laws of the
state and the ordinances of the city : that a
couple of months ago , while pursuing the
oven tenor of his ways , ho was nrrcstcd by
the ofllcer'nnd given u free rldo in the patrol. )
wagon , to his great humiliation and dis
Piles of people have piles , but Da Witt's
Witch Hazel Balve will euro them.
This evening the council will open
bids for disposing of the city's garbage.
Two propositions have been invited , ono to
crcmato the garbage and olTal und another
to remove it from the city , the contractor to
dispose of it as ho sees flu
Two bids have been filed with the city
clerk , ono of them being from Nlday & Co. ,
the 11 nn that some time ago submitted a
proposition to crcmato the city's garbage ,
and to collect all of the saino for fc MX ) per
year for ten years , and the llxcd charges for
gathering the same. The present bids uro
upon a contract for ten years.
Piles of people have piles , out DoWltt'3
witchhazul salvo will cure thorn.
Another lU'pnlr Chilin.
At a meeting of the Board of Public
Works yesterday afternoon , attended by the
three majors , the Barber Asphalt company
presented Its repair claim for the llrstsix
month : : of the year , amounting to 0,110.48.
It was referred to the city engineer for a
certificate as to Us correctness.
The contract for constructing the Mere
dith nvenuo sower-.was awarded to J. O.
Corby. His bid was on American cement
$ GW7.13 ( ! and on Portland cement $0'il2.GO.
Piles of people have piles , out Da Witt's
Witch Hiuol Salvo Will euro thorn.
Xovr r.lcotrlcl'iu Ordinance.
City Electrician Cowglll is at work preparing -
paring the new electrician ordinance , which
will bo submitted to n special committee ap
pointed for that purpose by the council. The
committee is composed of Mr. Cowglll , City
Engineer Roso\vatcr and City Attorney Con-
ncll. and as soon as they pass upon the now
ordinance it will bo sent to the council as a
substitute for the ono now in existence ) .
The present ordlnancp Is defective In
many points , and it Is the intention to
remedy tliesc j
Piles of people have- plies , ( M Dowltt's
Witch Hiifcel Salvo will cure thum.
On the eIvi-Ceiit Faro.
Councilman-.Elsassor Is arranging for an
other conference of the Omaha and Council
Bluffs officials and committees of citizens on
the 5-cen * . fare across the bridge.
The meeting will probably be held Friday
and an effort is being tnado to secure the
attendance of the representatives of thn
bridge company , no that the intentions at the
oard of directors may bo made known.
The conference will bo held in the council
chamber in the Bluffs.
Marrlnsfi ) Licenses.
The following marriage licenses wore Is
sued yesterday :
Niinio and address. Ago.
j William J. lilies. Onmha 20
I Anna J. McKenncdy , Uninlia 24
j Alexander It.Mnlcombo , Otniiha 21
I Annlo S. Liiibon , Uimilia 21
j.Tolm.T. Donovun , South Omuliu 20
( MaryKlco. Omaha. . . . . . 24
MoCluro ( ion * to Lincoln.
Train Kobber McClure , the man who
mndo himself notorious by holding up a
dozen or more passenger trains , being cap
tured by the Omaha detectives and then as-
knowledged his guilt , was ta cen yesterday
morning to the penitentiary , where ho will
do u fifteen year term.
Iliillcllui ; reruilts.
The following permits to build were
issued yesterday :
Frank Wllcox & Co. , 1615-17 Douglas.
alterations. . 8 2fiOO
SoVuiuuinor piif/uits. . . . , ' 075
Eight penults , aggregating.8 3,175
One of the largest successes
in the way of Flavoring Ex
tracts in the world is the
Price Flavoring Extract Com-
pany. Their success is
attributed to the perfection
of Dr. Price's Delicious Flav
oring Extracts. This perfec-
tion was made possible
through. tHe new processes
discovered by Dr. Price for
extracting from the true fruits
their natural flavoring proper
ties. Any housekeeper that
will use Dr. Price's Orange ,
Lemon , Vanilla , or any other
flavor , will pronounce them
The purity of Dr. Price's
Flavors offcrs the best secur
ity against the dangers which
are common in the use of the
ordinary flavoring extracts in
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WHY SHOULD YOU PAY 25c
As you have heretcfore done , for a
LIGHT WEIGHT , ROLL COLLAR ,
We arc now making one , with Deep Points ,
equal to any In the market ,
ASK ONLY FOR THE
Sold by all the Leading
Men' * Furnliben.
The Monarch la the best warm weather
Shirt , Solid comfort and complete atlilic-
Brings comfort and improvement nnd
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many , who live bet
ter than others nnd enjoy life more , with
less expenditure , by more promptly
ndnpting the world's ' best products to
the needs of physical being , will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the _
remedy , Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is duo to its presenting
in the form most acceptable nnd pleas
ant to the taste , the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of ft perfect lax-
ntivo ; effectually cleansing the system ,
dispelling colds , headaches Mid fevers
nnd permanently curing constipation.
It lias given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession , because it nets on the Kid
neys , Liver nnd Dowels without weak
ening them nnd it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by nil drug
gists in 50c mul § 1 bottles , but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only , whose name is printed on every
package , also the name , Syrup of Figs ,
and being well informed , you will not
accept any substitute if oflercd.
Dr. W. H. EBTTS ,
Prlnclual nnd Senior Member of the
I'umous ririn of
Physicians , Surgeon j ani Spacialists.
"Aro business ? "
they eloInK a largo
Is a quostlun of ton a ked concornliu
Trs. ) Belts & Belts. Inquirers urn
requested to ro.vl the following
suimmiry iindjudofortlicinsolvo3 ! ;
Number of yours In practice " 7
Offices In operation In various cities. . . . It
Assistants employed 23
G.iiiltal Invested In business I263.0M
Avornpo unnual expenses , U0.no : >
Avcrnco nnniril receipts 14'J.4H2
Number Cases In " 7 yo ira bll.4"
Complete cures Directed SJ.lftS
Greatly bouofltlod. . , : l.W-
liellovcel and Improved - * ' -
Not cured " - ; ' 20
Cost of proposed now Institute 12.I.OJ3
Coslpor luinuni of uclvoi tlshv , ' , : r , ( 3
Koal estnto owned by firm 200.003
No wonder that Dr.V. . II. lletts ,
the lioad or this croat firm. U re
ferred tobvhlsfrlendsis"tlio gray-
hulrocl old doctor , " for to his unttr
lnsj energy find perseverance. Ills
slRniil ability , both us a business
and professional man , has tbo busi
ness of the ( Inn grown fiom abso
lutely nothln ; to Its present 2lgan-
tlo proportions. To create aud
maintain so great : > n enterprise u
cnoiish to turn any man sray.whllo
thn glow of honest pride that shlnos
In his kindly face , his ruddy font-
urea and quick , firm , oluatlo slop ,
all bespeak the joy ho feels In the
grout success ho has won nnd tbo
peed ho has bestowed upon his fol
low man. The so ! ! < and the surfer-
Ing will find In him a true and last
DBS. BETTS & BETTS ,
119 S. I4 h Street ,
Cor. Dauglai St.
OMAHA , - - - - NEB.
The latest out. Pretty , styl
ish , nobby traveling hat in
white and colors.
Selling all summer millinery
at cost and less.
BLISS , 1514 Douglas St ,
We Are Bound
OVte L.OXG fiTAXDIXG
ONTY AfAIfli 'fllK
HigU Cln Photography.
At 1'opulur Prices.
81ZH315-H17 , S , IStli Stroot.
Oiuahu , Nob.
I We'd Like to Mention I
For the sake of nttrncting- your attention our In
tention to lessen the dimension of certain of our de
partments during-tho present month. If It'syourde-
tormlnatlon to take a vacation with rocraatlon
a cessation from active participation In the hustle
and bustle of business life and you wish to save the
vexation of preparation for your destination , we'd
offer as a suggestion to solve the vexed question
that you take into consideration the fact that
always after a Fourth of July celebration by this
great and patriotic nation wo hold a sort of a
Sale" all over the house when we mark down the
odd suits odd hats odd pants odd shirts odd
socks odd shoes odd boys' suits odd vests odd
neckties to so much less than their actual value
or former price , as to clear them out of the way
with great dispatch. We wish In this connection to
remark that by 'odd suits" we do not mean odd
patterns but one or two suits of a kind ; by odd
shoes or socks we do not mean mlsmates but only
one or two pairs of a sort left of a kind , and so on.
You might save enough on your purchase to defray
at least a part of your expenses and save the worry
of looking around by buying
-MOQUETTE" the hand
somest parlor carpet at the price.
The usual price is $1.50. During
our special over-production sale
they will go for $1.15. Quite a
difference , isn't it ?
Moquette Rugs in this sale
Douglas , bet. 14th and 15th
THE MERCANTILE CIGAR. BETTER THAN EVERI
Undo of Ihu UDOII quullljr of llnvann Totnr.cu tint h , .
tanfhl liquid ! n .rtr/reictQl to tti
'c , ifwyravllred lu V , U. IIJCK MKUC/.ISTJLE CIOAU VAUTOUY y | | *
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