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TOE OMAITA DAILY JlEEi SUNDAY, FEimTJAItY 10, 1002.
Vim Rek Istaaa no(.
tftwy flay during March and April.
On way ticket from Council Bluff and
Bait Lake tad Ogden (20.00
Helena and Butte 20.00
Portland sad Aahland 25.00
Tacoma an4 Seattle 25.00
City ticket office, 1323 Farnam street.
Th Wild I) obt of Africa.
The "Living Animal of the World," now
bring Issued In eectlons by The Omaha
Dally Dee, give the following interesting
oXcprltlon of the wild dog of Africa:
"These doga are the scourge of African
game, hunting in packs. Long of limb and
awlft of foot, incessantly restless, with
overpowering desire to snap and bite from
mere animal spirit, the Cape wild dog, even
when In captivity and attached to lta mas
ter, ia an untractable beast. In its native
tat It kill the farmers' cattle and sheep
and largest antelope. A pack has been seen
to kill and devour to the last morsal a
large buck In fifteen minutes. Drummond
ays: 'It is a marvelous sight to see a pack
of them hunting, drawing cover after cover,
their sharp bell-like note ringing through
the air, while a few of the fastest of their
number tak up their places along the ex
pected line of run, the wind, the nature of
the ground and the habits of the tame being
all taken loto consideration with wonderful
kill.' The aame writer says that he has
een them dnh Into a herd of cattle feeding
cot a hundred ards from the house, drive
yout a beast, disappear over a rising ground,
kill it and pick its bones before a horse
could be saddled and ridden to the place."
A Grand Prise Mask Ball.
The Sons and Daughters of Protection and
the Alalia club will give a grand prize
masquerade ball next Friday night. Feb
ruary 21, at Crelghton hall. Ten prizes will
b given away. Considerable interest is
manifested In this ball. Tickets, 60o per
couple; single lady, 25c.
Card of Thanks.
I wish t thank the many friends for
their kindness and sympathy during my
dear wife' sickness and death, also for
the beautiful floral tributes, especially
Washington lodge No. 27, Degree of Honor,
and A. O. V. W. lodge No. 17.
MR. WILLIAM HOUGHTON.
The following births and death Wfre re
ported at the office of the Hoard of Health
during the twenty-four hours ending Satur
Births Edward J. Dee, 1007 South
Twelfth, boy; M. Magee, 3716 Ohio street,
boy; John Duckies, 1027 8outh Nineteenth
street, girl; Hugo L. Rnmacclattl, V. 8.,
846 South Twenty-elRhth street, boy;
Charles H. Grim, 2522 Hurdette street, boy.
Deaths Rebecca Belden, 2006 Burt street,
aged 7s years.
Shampooing and balr dressing, 25o, at The
Batbery, 216-220 Bee Building. Tel. 1714.
Genuine Imp.-'ed Bo.k Beer on draught
U Maurer's, 1306 ."nam.
Publish your legal notices in The Weekly
Be. Telephone 238.
S5.0C A fflONTR
All Diseases and
Disorders of Men
10 years ia Omaha
Method new, without
catting. 4t A loss
OT rniUICa tnoroughly elsansed Iron
In system. Boon svery sign and symptom
Btsapnear completely and forTr. No
"BKE AK1NO OUT" of tea diss on the skin
or face. Treatment contain o dangerous
Brags or injurious medicine.
WEAK MEN Com Excesses or Victims
to Nervous Dsbujtt or Excsnon,
WasTisa Wbahhem with Eaklt Dsoat 1b
Tocwo and Miodlb Aoid, lack of vim, vlgot
and strength, with organ Impaired and weak
STRICTURE sured with a new Born
Treatment. pain, no detention front buai
Bssa. Kidney and Bladder Troubles.
Cesultstles free. Treatment ky Mail.
Call on on or address 1 1 9 80. 14th St
BivSearlei & Searlss. OnuAa. Men.
Raro Old Wlnos
The festive season is here.
The housewife needs that
necessary adjunct to the fes
tive board A RICH OLD
Fine Old Port, nine years
old, quart bottle, 75c.
Sherry, nine year old,
quart bottle, 76c
Sauterne, nine year old
quart bottle, 76c.
Haut Sauterne, nine year
Old, quart bottle, 76c.
Theae wines are exception
ally tine, appealing strongly
to th discriminating tame
of the epicure. We are mak
ing an especial effort to
please the ladles, all of whom
are cordially Invited to call
and Inspect our excellent
Mall order filled. City orders delivered.
Flas Wines aad Table Llqnors,
Of posits Fastolflcs, . Telephone 1149.
AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED
"X couldn't find anything new In valen
Uses In Omaha."
"Did yon go to Chase's V
"Well, you missed It He alms to keep
what other people do not have, and select
hi novelties personally In the cast, you
Were his valentine prettyT"
"Perfectly beautiful, so odd and artlntlo.
Vm attractive little ahop was crowded all
the week with purchasers."
"Well, I'll remember that when Easter
"Ye, you can count on Chase having
something entirely new; every day for that
natter. You should see those framed
"Toasts' ha is showing. Perfectly lovely I
'And such choice things In amusement for
children. Oh, I'm surprised every time
go In there."
The oldest reliable DRUG STORE at 14th
and Douglas has always been known a one
of th beat place la Omaha to have your
prescriptions compounded. Our help
always th best, graduates In pharmacy
and slat registered men are th only ones
who compound here. All physicians who
savor us say they know they are gettln
Jvst what tby prescribe, as result Is what
11. and they get them her. Our prices
gr th most reasonable, consistent with
the genuine remedies furnished. Th
next time gW us a trial.
FULLER 3 CO.
ICS and Douglas StS
OPEN AMERICA TRIBIXB COLONY.
Ceraldlsc, Tex., February 20.
On February IS the Rock Island Routs
will sell tickets from Council Blurts and
Omaha to Holiday, Tex., and return at
rate of $21.30.
For further Information call at Rock
Island city ticket office, 1323 Farnam street.
la the Home.
Housewife will welcome the coming of a
pure, nutral soap that can bs used in every
room and place about the house. Never be
fore has it been possible to obtain a soap
that is equally satisfactory for bath and
toilet, for fancy laundry use and for scour
ing and cleaning garment. "Cudoma," as
the new soap is styled, la a specially pre
pared household soap, pure, white, floating
and fragrant, made by a scientific combina
tion of prime edible beef suet and purified
ox-gall. It cleansea and freshens the skin,
leaves woolens like new, set color and
preserves all fabrics. It is destined to re
place the common kinds of soap with all
housewives who want the beet.
Card of Thanks.
Mr. and Mrs. John Morrissey of 1916 South
Thirty-second avenue desire to thank their
many friends and kind neighbors for their
kindness and sympathy extended to them
during the illness and death of their little
Finest Masonic rinsa and emblems mads
at Hubermann's Jewelry store, 13th and
Alice Fawcett, contralto vocal instructor.
640 Ramge Bldg. Studio days, Monday and
Famous hot roast sandwiches at Walter
Hubbard's new resort, rear of 211 8. 16th St
Last week we put on sale a num
ber of selected bargains In pianos, on
which the prices wero ' reduced to
force a rapid sale of the instruments
on hand. This week we have a
larger number of special bargains In
the high grade, UBed pianos, some
nearly new pianos and others that
are worn only a far as the cases are
In connection with the used pianos
we have set aside a number of instru
ment of which we have but one or
two of a kind, such style as will
be discontinued, and new design to
take their place. These instru
ments will be sold at less than fac
It Is a well known fact that we buy
everything for spot cash. In many
cases before they leave the factory,
so a to got the. very lowest per
centage of discount, which enables
us to undersell the small consign
ment dealers, who pay for their good
after they are sold and consequently
must demand higher prices.
The used piano range in pries a
follow: 1196, $125. (136. $165, $175,
$215. Term, cash, $10, and $5 per
Then we place new piano, in fine,
up-to-dats cases, with duet music
desk, roll fall-board, three pedals,
full metal plate, double cross-banded
veneer cases; either in mahogany,
walnut, oak or rosewood cases; for
$98, $117, $126, $134, $187. $196, $217
up to $316; on easy payments. Wo
can safely say that these prices are
$60 cheaper than elsewhere, and th
quality of th good the highest.
To fully appreciate such piano a
the matchless Knabe, th moat per
fect Kranlch A Bach, the unequalled
Kimball and th reliable Hallet A
Davis piano the customer must see
and hear them for comparison's sake.
It will also pay you to visit our
Muslo Room and test the many dlf
ferent makes of pianos that wa rep
resent, as we have the greatest va
riety, the finest cases and the most
beautiful toned Instrument exhibited
under one roof.
Wo sell Organ from $10 up, on $3
W rent pianos; we tune piano; we
J5IM5I5 Douglas St.
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And only Magaslne Camera la
th market Hold tws'.ve plates.
Bo simple that a child can ope
rate It. See th new price.
Developing and Printing.
The Robt. Dempster Go
-1215 Farnam Street.
8ORENHEN Sophie, aged 46 year, 4
months nnd 1H days. .
Funeral Tuesday at 1 o'clock to Bprlng
well cemetery from the home of her sister,
Mrs. K. Jessen, ls24 Grace street Friends
fft.OO for a Halt m, bays 'Work.
If you live. in th country or In a small
town and have a good acquaintance among
the farmers and stockralsers in the neigh
borhood, you csn make $5 easily by four
or five hours' work. Writs u and we wilt
send you our proposition. Th Bee Publish
ing company, Solicitors' Dept., Omaha, Neb.
Hamilton Warren, M. D., eciectlo and
magnetic physician, office at Victoria hotel.
1308 and 1310 Dodge street, till a suitable
location can be found. Special attention to
all long standing or lingering diseases of
women and children.
Send articles of incorporation, notices of
stockholders' meetings, etc., to The Bes.
We will give them proper legal Insertion.
Bee telephone, 233.
Shampooing and hair dressing, 25c, at Th
Bathery, 216-220 Bee Building. Tel. 1716.
Try the Chicago laundry. 'Phone 206.
There's only one Stonecypher. He prints.
Cameron, plumber, 1110 Farnam; 'phone 469
Johnson Bros., coal. Tel. 1052.
FRY SHOE CO-
Another Week of Bar
gains in Reliable
See Our Show Win
dows for the Real
And what vou sea in our windows
you will alwaye find in our store the
same shoes, the same prices, the
same good bargains.
This Week We Will Offer
some broken lines of Kid and Box
Calf Shoes that are especially suitable
for girls' school and every-day wear.
Also some lot of
Women's Enamel and Kid Lacs
that are stylish and up-to-date shoes,
but only a few sizes of a kind left
If we can fit you they are great bar
gains and Juet the right thing for
spring wear. We also have eom
Men's Enamel and Box Calf
that are correct In style and of th
beet quality, but we have cut the
price 'way down to close out what
we have left of them at this sale.
Many Other Styles and Kinds.
A Bargain for Everybody.
CARTW RIGHT & CO.,
N. E. Cor. 16th and Douglas.
Don't grow on every bush, nor are they
found In every drug store. Can be had
here, however. ' At little prices, too. Our
goods have won the approval of all dis
criminating purchasers. Everything of
fered is fresh and good. Nothing has a
chance to deteriorate, because good move
in and out quickly. '
Good Medicinal Atomiser 40o
Quart bottle Port Wine (So
Quart bottle Cherry Wine 88c
3.76. Horllck's Malted Milk 2.76
11.00 Horllck's Malted Milk 64c
&K3 Horllck s Malted Milk 84o
I'tso s Consumption (Jure l&o
Lincoln Tea 2uo
I'hosphate Sodium, per pound ?6o
Koraulu Acid, per pound 23c
8-ounce bottle Witch liar el, best Via
Hu-Can Hair Tonlo 76o
llu-Can Cough Cure 2oc
Lamp and Egg, $5.75 Per Ton
Nut, $5.50 Per Ton
A PERFECT DOMESTIC COAL.
C. B. HAVENS & CO.,
1522 Farnam 8t.
Telephones 301, 317 and 828
RemoTc poison In t'M atomach, liver and
kidney. No poison Is so dangerous as
alvin poison. It being th root of all Ills,
such as apendlcitls, gall atones, stone In
th bladder, constipation, 'acid stomach,
nervouanesa, heartburn, palpitation of tbs
heart and headachea. If you want a good
night's sleep and get up ia th morning
without a headache, tak a teaspoonful of
Shrader's Fig Powder at night. Sold at
drug stores, lOo and 25o a box.
RICHARDSON DRUO CO., Distributor.
Manufactured by W. J. SURADER USD.
LCO. Nw Twk. ami Omaha.
Every day during the month of March and April,
1902, the UNION PACIFIC will Sell Colonist Ex
cursion tickets at th following one-way rat;
To Butte, Anaconda and Helena $20 00
To Spokane 21 60
To Point on the Great Northern Ry., Spokane to Wenatchee inc., via
Huntington and Spokane 22 50
To Point on Great Northern Ry., west of Wenatchee, via Huntington
and Spokan local over Wenatchee not to exceed 25 00
To Portland, Tacoma and Seattle 25 00
To Ashland, Ore., and intermediate Folnta, Including Bran oh Line on
8. P. Co. south of Portland, via Portland 26 00
Correspondingly low rate from Intermediate point on th UNION PACIFIC.
Write for rate to point not given above.
City Ticket Office, U24 Farnam St. 'Phone JI6.
Union Station, llth and Marcy Stt.
tTHE 90 CENT STORE"
Great Sacrifice Sale
Every dollars' worth of tinware, graniteware, wood
enware, etc., etc., must be cleared out within fifteen days.
Here are the prices that will do it: '
25c flour sifter, at 10c
25o muffin pans, at 10o.
25c grater, fine and coarse, 10c
25o granite covered palls, lOo.
25o 4-qt. coffee pots, 10c.
6c for corkscrews, worth 250.
6c for Edgar nutmeg grater, worth
60 for cold haadled stove lifter.
Eo for heavy wire potato mashers.
6c for brass extension curtain rods.
All on sale on main floor
BANKERS' NOTE CASES
BLANK BOOKS '
. FILING CABINETS
OFFICE SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS
The Moyer Stationery Co.,
220-222 So. 16th Street.
THE CUTTING CUTTER CUTS
ITS TO THE QUICK AND ON
$1.00 Peruna j8
11.00 Plnkham's Compound 690
860 Castorla genuine 1
1.00 Magnet Pile Killer 25o
Tk none dui uw a"""'""
2Kn Garfield Tea..
60o Extract Beef
26o Bromo-Beltzer -
SOo Wllllama' Pink PHI
Peytoti. Ph. G.,
CnttlDK Cutter of Drags,
24th and Leavenworth Streets.
We always have fresh goods,
Mall and telegraph orders filled
promptly. Special rate to phy
icians and druggists. We keep
all kinds of VACCINE SHIELDS
MYERS-DILLON DRUG CO.,
10th, and Farsam Streets. O
IP YOU ARE NOT SMOKING THE
Try one, then notice the fine Aroma of our present Havana
Tnharm anrf cnmnira It w'.tti hlarh Diioed Imported Cigars.
jr. a, juc lgststaUle Clai Ce, tiaau
60 for No. 2 lamp burner.
60 for pair shelf brackets.
60 for large tea . strainer.
Co for double match safe.
60 for granite iron spoon.
60 for granite Iron cup.
60 for wire corn popper.
60 for 2 cake Ironing wax.
Ec for rice root scrub brushes. ;
60 for Dover egg beater.
60 for wood salt boxes.
goods delivered promptly.
who have proven by passing the enamlna
Hon proposed by the State Board of Phar
macy or rsebraska, tnat tney are compe-
tent pharmacists ere among those who are
In our employ to All prescriptions, and wait
on trade. We have boys with bicycles to
do the delivering but they don't fill our
prescriptions, uniy registered men oo wis.
11.00 GERMAN KIMMEL BITTERS.
(This Is the great German tonlo.)
12.00 Cramer's Pennyroyal Pills fl.OO
a f (
AXjLt RUBBER GOODS AT CUT PRICKS
tl.00 Bexlne Pills
tl.00 Peruna 1 to a customer
il.00 Duffy's Malt Whiskey
11.00 Newbro a Herplclde you want it..
tl.00 Parisian Hair Tonlo guaranteed.. Y6o
loo wine carnul (we've got it)....r... we
.00 bUTLtK H ( EMALt TUWIU 70C
(None better on the market.
IT 75 Malted Milk Hospital size ....... .t2.W
12.00 Succus Alterans (McDade's) tl.45
25o Laxative Bromo Quinine 12c
tlxs Qulnacetol best for cold , 20o
OPEN ALL NIOHT.
SCIIAEFER'S DRUG STOKE
Tel. 747. S. W. Cor. 16th and Chlcao.
Goods delivered FREE to any part of city.
FOR A DAINTY PALATE
there's no better beer brewed or bottled
than the famoua Mets Bros. Beer, llr.noat
hop, pure water, brewers who know their
business and great care in every step of
manufacturing that's the story In a nut-
shall. Cases of two doxen quarts or pints
Metz Bros. Brewing Co-,
Tel. lie, Omaha,
Or Jacob Neumayer, Agt, car Nsumayst
Hotel, Council bluffs, Iowa.
Just a Few Left
ABOUT THIRTY ROOMS
FROM LAST YEAR'S STOCK.
A BEAUTIFUL. LINE OF REMNANT
for sal this week at greatly
reduced price, averaging 60 per
cent and up.
S. A. Kelsey
17th and Douglas Sts.
P. B We bar clean workmen and
leave clean carpet.
fcUrr, U leula. Valoa Mad. ,
Th prls $20.00 overcoat offered by H ayden Bros, for the best answer te rrie
question: "Why are Hayden Bro. sell'os the moat clothing In Omaha T" was awarded
to O. D. Jones, 2(12 Sherman avenue. Ther were 83 answers snd the Judges consisted
of on man from each of the three dally p aper in the city. The manner of deciding
adopted by these judge wa as follow: T en marks waa to be scored for a perfect
answer; conciseness, reasonableness and applicability were to be the chief tester
each letter was given a number and waa to be resd to the Judges without the nam
bstng submitted to them; each Judge was to mark Independently of the other ho
many point he considered the answer deserved; at the conclusion of the reading of
all the answers the results were tabulate d and the number of polnta given each an.
swer by the three Judges added together. T he answer receiving the most polnta was te
get the prise. 20 points was, of course, th highest obtainable under this method ,
of scoring. ' 1
On carefully checking up the result It wa found that" letter No. S3 received it
points, th highest received by any answer submitted. This letter was then taken
from the others, identified and certified to by the Judges and fouad to be that of G. D..
Jones, 2612 Sherman avenue. It read simply:
"They sell highest quality at lowest price." O. D. JONES.
There were many other splendid answers In every respect, but the scoring of
the Judge gave the above the prize. A few others that scored high' were as follow:
"Hayden Bros, sell the moat clothing In
Omaha for the reaaon that they carry th
moat complete, largest and most up-to-date
line in the city, have courteous sales
men and their clothing never falls to give
th very best of satisfaction."
C. H. CORKY.
"Because the most people buy there and
I'm one of them." V. J. JOHNSON.
"Because Hayden Bros, have the best
goods for the least money. I think I ought
to know, for I have traded with you almost
nine years. My husband Is wearing an
overcoat now that he bought from you six
winters ago and it is all right for every
day now. Hoping he will be lucky enough
to get one for Sunday, I remain.
"Because they handle only first-class
goods and every one going there ia sure of
a fit, whether he be long, short, thin or
We will be pleased to give any further Information regarding the contest to
anyone who desires It.
It will be seen that while there Is much differer.ee of opmlon as to why there
Is Bone as to the fact that HAYDEN BROS. ARE SELLING THE MOST CLOTHING IN
New suits, new skirts, new silk raglans,
ahead of all other.
Beautiful silk raglans at (12.00, $15.00,
SUITS FOR MONDAY.
100 suits mad of all wool materials,
Jackets silk lined, skirt percallne lined,
Jacket and skirt trimmed with bands of
taffeta, worth up to $15.00, opening price,
FOR THREE MORE DAYS ONLY.
In order to establish, our tailor depart
ment we will make a plain lined skirt free
of charge, provided th cloth 1 purchased
in our high grade dress goods department
aad to cost not less than $1.00 psr yard.
We guarantee every aklrt to give perfect
satisfaction or money refunded. We guar
antee a perfect fit, and we guarantee to
make a skirt ut of less' cloth than any
average dressmaker we also guarantee to
make any design of any picture, plat or
drawing presented to us and only ask for
th extra Urn or material that w put
Monday In the Bargain Room
It will pay you to com 160 miles to this sale It will be a surprise and you will
not believe that such bargains are possible unless you investigate, but we guarantee
that everything will be just as represented. POSITIVELY NO DEALERS, MER
CHANTS OR PEDDLERS SOLD TO IN THIS ROOM.
WE DEFY any other house in th west
to give a $1.25 fin black broadcloth, 64-In.
wide, shines with a high finish, extra heavy
a 68-ln. . strictly all wool Scotch mixed
cheviot, heavy enough to make up without
lining a 66-ln. all wool black cheviot a
60-ln. Clcllllam in gray, black and navy
a 75o satin striped challls, strictly all wool
sxcept the silk stripe grand array of new
spring colors all on this sale at 49c.
We defy any house to match our 10c, 15o,
19c, 25o and S9o black and colored dress
goods now on sal at twice the price we
ask for them.
SILKS AND VELVETS.
W defy any other house in th west to
match for less than 76c, our new spring,
strictly all silk foulards in light blue, re
seda green, sliver gray, castor, blue, black
and whit and all the new prlng shades
an 85o Un of Roman stripes $1.00 line of
black with whit hair line stripes all on
Mondays' sal at one price, 49c.
Monday special sale on chickens, at, only
Grocery Specials Monday
. 24-lb. sacks whole wheat flcur, 49c.
24-lb. sscks pure rye flour. 48c.
24-lb. sacks rye graham flour, 48c.
8 lbs. parched rolled oats, 25c.
4 lbs. hand picked navy beans, 15c.
1- lb. cans golden pumpkin, &c.
8-lb. cans fancy garden beeta, 7c.
2- lb. cana sweet sugar corn, 7 ',4c.
l-lb. cans fancy table peaches, 12ttc
1 gallon can honey drip table syrup, 35c.
l-lb cans cove oysters, 6 Ac.
Tips on Coal
For th furnace use our SPADRA SEMI
ANTHRACITE $8.00 a Ton.
Fully equal to hard coal.
For th soft coal heater, our JUPITER
$5.75 a Ton.
Clean aad lasting.
For th rang, our JUPITER NUT
$5.50 a Ton.
Quick to kindle, hot and clean.
If you want a rang coal for less money,
w bat an exceptionally good nut for
$4.00 a Ton.
Hald & Rice
f 06 bo. 16th
G. D. JONES ViriS
thick, and he 1 pleased and tell hi
frtends of their good treatment of htm."
A. J. NORMAN.
"Because they sell the beat good in
Omaha for the money. 1 hav bought
clothing from every clothing house In th
city, but none can compare with Haydea
Bros.' goods. This is my honest opinion,'
J. P. CONNOLLY.
"Because their goods ars the best; thelf
prices the lowest; their service the beet."
"(a) Splendid business reputation; (b)
honest values; (c) extensive advertising!
(d) central local Ion; (e) enormous pur
chases; (f) representatives of best clothing
makers; (g) courteous treatment; (h) a
positive rule, 'to do as you advertise.'
"The above are the eight essential point
for a business success, vis: 'great value
for the least money.' " K. A. MERRILL.
Women' suit made of new basket cloths
In double breasted snd blouse styles, trim
med with stitched bands of taffeta, worth
up to $25.00, opening price $16.00.
Women's rainy-day skirts, $1.60.
Women's silk skirts worth up to $25.0
Women's wrappers, heavy flannelette,
$1.25 quality, at 69c.
Th moat beautiful line of black under
skirts in the city at 69o, $1.60 and $2.00.
NO RISK TO CU8TOMER8.
ENQUIRE IN OUR HIGH GRADE DRES
We are now showing all the new spring
fabrics In heavy and medium weight dress
goods for tailor suits, walking and rainy
day skirts especially Priestley's fin
cravenettes and "unspottable" blacks.
Com In and examine our grand line of
caratlas, exanerlas, volkeries, etemJnea,
voiles, prunellas, taffetas, eollienea, mis
trals, plcordys, carvas cloths, chalk lines,
eudoraa, crepe de chines, panamas, panjas,
malanges and lansdownes and other weave,
especially adapted for evening and after
noon dreases, also our printed tea gown
material, challles, walstlngs and everything
that goes to make up flr.it-claa dresa
A large line of silks will be on sals at
19c, 25c and 39c. See our One grade of
klkl corda at 89c.
Silk velvets In 15 color (no black), at
Silk finished velveteen In all the leading
shades and black, 60o grado, at 25c.
Be our 60o Japan checks for children's
dresses, strictly all silk, nice patterns, 25c
Bee our 75o all wool printed French flan
nels and our 60c all wool French challls,
on sale at, only, 25c.
No samples are sent from th bargain
room a the most of the goods are closed
out tbs sams day.
GRAND BALD OX WASH GOODS.
36-lncb percales, all colors. Bo.
Zepher ginghams, 12o grade, 7ttc
15c white goods, 7 He.
LL extra heavy muslin, STsc.
10c towels, 6c.
W will also have a sale on prints, drap
erles, satlnes, dimities, linings, etc.
Campbell's soups oxtail, mock turtl.
tomato, He. at &c.'
LarRO bottle pure tomato catsup, tc
Large California prunes, per lb., 4o.
Fancy Italian prunes, per lb., 8Vic
Fancy Virginia evaporated raspberries
l-lb cans blood red salmon, 12Hc
Teas and Coffees
New Imperial tea, choice drink, only, S3
Sun cured Japan tea, only 85c.
Tea sittings, worth 26c, only 20c.
Fancy family Java and Mocha, 25o.
Oolden '!lln coffee, 16c.
A good coffee, 2 lbs. for 25c
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