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TIIE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1002.
CASH TOR SCHOOLTEACHERS
lint Hational Bank Will Takd tfp Warrant
TEMPORARY PAY OFFICE IN CITY HALL
1 Kmployrs Expected to Fall ia Llae
tolth Hoard's Plan to Save Two
ra Ceat oa It
The top floor of the city ball next Tues.
Bay afternoon will look like a department
tore during a mill-end sale, ai 400 school
ma'am will form In line there to get their
pay for February. The balcony overlook
ing the court la narrow and, aa the teach
er all have aore arma as the result of vac
cination, there must be no crowding, so
the aasembly hall and the room In which
the Board of Education meets will be
thrown open to accommodate the overflow.
Meanwhile a corps of clerka will be kept
busy In the secretary's office making out
warrants and three deft-flngered tellers
from the First National bank will hustle
to convert them Into cash as fast as they
This Innovation Is the result of the re
cent arrangement between the Board of
Education and the clearing house whereby
the various bank of the city will take up
the board's 7 per cent warrant and give
a rebate of S per cent, and also of the or
der forbidding principals to permit rep
resentatives of brokerage Arms or others
to visit the schools for the purpose of buy
"The plan Is a little Inconvenient from
the standpoint of the teacher and Janitor,"
tald a member of the board, "but since it
means a saving of 2 per cent to the board
I guess they'll take kindly to it. All teach
ers have been Instructed to come up hero
Just as soon aa their schoors are out Tues
day afternoon, and there'll probably be
gulte a crush.
Expect Teachers to Cash In.
"Of course there's nothing to prevent the
teachers holding their warrants, a some of
them have In the past, in order to get the 7
per cent Interest, nor is there any rule re
straining them from selling their warrants
to personal friends, which has been a much
more common practice, but the board in
future expects them to refrain from both'.
When we pay a teacher 170 a month for her
services we expect her to accept that $70 in
full payment, and not try to speculate on
any Interest there may be on the warrants,
or to permit her friends to speculate. We
expect her to eome up here, accept her war
rant and cash it In with the bank teller at
Its face value. When she does this the
board makes the difference between 7 per
cent and 5 per cent interest on her paper.
"I noticed an account In one of the local
newspapers not long ago in which It was
aid that the teachers had been in the
habit of discounting their warrant; this la
sot true. In all my experience I never
knew of but two teachers' warrants to be
old for less than their face value, and
these were the result of a mistake. An
attempt was made once by a brokerage
Arm to shave the warrants, but it was
nipped In the bud and was never re
peated." According to arrangement between the
Various banks of the city, each bank will
buy the warrants for a given month, and
then the Interest accruing will be divided
equally among them. They will buy in
thla order: February, First National bank;
March, Omaha National bank; April, Ne
braska National bank; May, Merchants'
National bank; June, United States Na
tional bank; July, Commercial National
bank; August, Union National bank. This
Is the order In which they stand In the
Omaha clearing house. The September
warrants will be purchased by the First
National bank, when the list will be gone
through In the foregoing order of succes
She Recommend Chamberlain'
"I have used Chamberlain' Cough Rem-
fedy for a number of years and have no
hesitancy In aaylng that It Is the best
remedy for coughs, colds and croup 1 have
ver used In my family. I have not words
to express my confidence In this, remedy."
Mrs. J. A. Moore, North Star, Mich. For
ale by all druggist.
MOSTLY PENNIES AND NICKELS
ICoatrtbatlon of Omaha Public School
to McKlnley Memorial Monn
Yesterday the reports from the varl
Bus school a to the result of last Friday's
contributions to the McKlnley memorial
fund were complete and the result shows
that $168.84 wa taken in. The money is
nearly all In pennies and nickels, though
there are a few sliver dollars which, pre
sumably, represent the munificence of the
principals, and a sprinkling of 50-cent
pieces, which probably came from the teach,
era. In all thla rabble of copper and small
coins looms one $10 gold piece. Superin
tendent Pearse's secretary, who Is counting
the money, say she doesn't know who con
tributed this. She knows which school it
Is from, but this she Is not permitted to
The bather sometimes finds the sand
oft and yielding to bis feet. It doe
sot trouble him and he goes on until
Tjreaenuy ne sinks to
Lis . knee and dis
covert to his horror
that he has to fight
for hit life in a
Disease It much
like the quicksand.
The first symptoms
pi stomach trouble
fio not cause anxi-
ty. But when
the body grow
jreak through lack
ft nourishment and
lseaae of the stom
ach breeds disease
pf heart, lung, liver
r kidney, the suf
ferer realise hi
clanger and seeks for
Dr. Pierce' Gold
, n Medical Diacov
ajrv Cares disease of
the stomach and
iprher organ of di
gestion and nutrition. It cures disease of
$eart, lung, liver, kidneys, etc.. when
Jtheae disease have their origin In dis
ease of the stomach and it allied organs.
Thoaaas A. Swint, of Bub-Station C, Culura
fm. Ohio, Boa tog. write : "I waa taken with
rer headache, than cramp la the atoraaca,
and my food would aot dig-eat, then kidney and
tiar trouble, and my back nut weak o I could
vnrocly nt around. At last I had all the com
plaint at one, and th more I doctored the
, Irgm I got nntil aia year paaaed. 1 had be.
eotan as poorly I could only walk in th houaa
by the aid of a chair, and I not o thin I had
srWa p to die. Then a neighbor aaid, 'Take
Xr. ruec' Ooldea Medical Discovery and make
2B.OOO CLOTHING PVRCHABH.
Hammeralownh Bros., MO Broadway,
New York, Retire from Raalaess.
J. I Brandels Jb Sons, proprietors of
Boston Store, Omaha, mad a very remark
able clothing . purchase. Hammerslough
Bros, were universally known aa maker
of the highest cost suits for men and young
men, and they produced the most stylish
garments. When they decided to retire
from business they had on hand a consid
erable quantity of clothing made for this
spring. We secured the stock at such an
extremely low price that the sale of It will
cause a sensation In the clothing world.
Below you will glean an idea bow cheap
you can buy your spring suit.
SATURDAY, MARCH 1ST.
We will give you the unrestricted choice
of the men's spring suits that were made
to retail for $12.60, $15.00 and $17.60 for
We will give you the unrestricted choice
of the young men's spring suits that were
made to retail for $7.50, $10.00 and $12.60,
We will give you the choice of the pants
worth $3.00, $4.00 and $5.00 a pair, for $1.98.
An elegant line of men' spring overcoats
that were In this stock will be placed on
sale at half their value.
REMEMBER, SALE BEGINS SATURDAY.
J. L. BRANDEIS as SONS,
Boston Store, Omaha.
MEN TO WEIGH THE MAILS
Appointee Who Will Handle the
Scale Under Direction of
Instructions have been received at the
office of the chief clerk of the railway mall
service to begin the weighing of malls
along the routes under his charge March 4.
On the more Important trains clerks will
be placed to do the weighing, but on the
smaller trains the weighing will be done
by the postal clerks. Thirty weighers
have been appointed at the stations and
along the routes under the supervision of
the Omaha office and approximately an
equal number will be appointed for the
route under the Lincoln office. '
The state of Nebraska has been divided
Into two districts, the Platte river being
the boundary line. In that territory north
of the river W. H. Penn, assistant super
intendent at Omaha, will have charge, and
In the South Platte territory the work will
be under the Inspection of George A. Gil
bert, an assistant superintendent, who ha
been detailed from the Detroit district.
The weigher appointed under the Omaha
Union Pacific trains between Transfer,
la., and Ogden W. C. Ar, Fremont;
Thomas W. Beckett, Kearney; Cestus E.
Dunn, George O. Tllliseu, Percy Vander
voort, Omaha; Charles W. Martin, South
Omaha; Byron E. Hill, Arcadia; Vernon
C. Beatle, Lincoln; Fred C. Spithman,
Grand Island; Orla W. Rich, Brady; June
Union Pacific Trains Between Transfer,
la., and Pocatello, Idaho Paul Leverents,
J. F. J. Crowley, Ulysses A, Buckingham,
Edgar B. Dawson, Hampton O. Williams, F.
A. Cahlll. all of Cheyenne; Edward Wede
meyer, Wheatland, Wyo.; Oscar H. Ander
Union Pacific, Between Columbus and Al
bion Vivian C. Fratell, Columbus.
Union Pacific, Between Norfolk and Co
lumbus Harley E. Dussell, Columbus.
Union Pacific, Between Loop and Ord
Louis P. WUhelmsen, St. Paul.
At Union Station, Omaha C. H. Coz, Alva
M. Peyton, Omaha. .
At Burlington Station Edward D. Smith,
Neil' S. Ryan, Omaha.
At Webster Street Station John R. Ma
At Union Pacific Transfer, IowaA.. E.
Archer, Omaha; John S. Gretser, Council
At Grand Island Depot William B. Hlte,
USDS TO PUSn TAX CASE
Member of Bealtr Exchange. Fledged to
Eaise Necessary Amount.
CIMMITTEE REPORTS SATISFACTORY WORK
Ictory for. the Exchange at Every
Point Reached So Far ia the
Leant Battle Pronpect
(or Final Soceen.
The principal matter before the Real
Estate exchange yesterday was the
question of raising funds for prosecuting
the tax case in the supreme court. The tax
committee made a report showing that at
every point where the attorneys of the ex
change and those of the city had come to
Issue a victory was scored for the ' ex
change and that the standing of the rep-
reeentatlves of the exchange before the
court was better than expected by th par
tie to the suit, and better than was
promised by the attorney when th suit
The committee said that it would be prob
able that a referee would be appointed to
take testimony on the questions at issue
In the mandamus case and that the plain
tiffs would be expected to pay all cost
of the referee a they accrued, the cost
to be taxed as costs in the case, to be re
turned to the plaintiffs as soon aa col
lected from the defendants. The amount
of these coats was estimated by member
of the tax committee at $2,000 to $4,000,
depending upon the length of time re
quired to hear the evidence and the time
consumed in arguing the case. The commit
tee, through it chairman, F. D. Wead,
said that it would not place any financial
responsibility on the exchange In excess
of the amount subscribed tor the prosecu
tion of the case and that If the money
as not on hand to pay the amount re
quired in advance at the time the court
was ready to appoint the referee It would
be necessary to drop the case.
When this statement was made the mem
bers of the exchange unanimously decided
that the case should not be dropped until 'a
decision wag rendered, and each member
present pledged himself to raise $1,000, if
possible, before the next meeting of the ex
change, and the secretary was lnstructd to
notify the members not present that the
ame amount would be expected from each
The treasurer of the banquet committee
reported a surplus of funds on hand at the
conclusion of the banquet last week and
turned the amount over to the treasurer of
fS.OO (or a Half Day's Work.
If you live la the country or In a small
town and have a good acquaintance among
the farmers and stockraisers In the neigh
borhood, you can make $5 easily by four
or five hours' work. Write us and we will
send' you our proposition. The Bee Publish
ing company. Solicitors' Dept., Omaha, Neb.
Send articles of Incorporation, notices of
stockholders' meetings, etc., to The Bee.
We will give them proper legal Insertion.
Bee telephone, 238.
Shampooing and hair dressing, 25c, at The
Bathery, 216-220 Bee Building. Tel. 1716.
Publish your legal notices in The Weeklv
Bee. Telephone 238.
European expositions have awarded their
premiums to only one American cham
pagne, Cook's Imperial Extra Dry. Try It,
Via Rock Island Route.
Every day during March and April.
' One-way tickets from Council Bluffs and
Salt Lake and Ogden $20.00
Ban Francisco 25.00
Los Angeles 25.00
San Diego 25.00
Helena and Butte 20.00
Portland and Ashland.....,,.. 25.00
Tacoma and Seattle....; 25.00
City ticket office, 1323 Farnam street.
Aaaoaneement of the Theater.
This afternoon a special matinee per
formance of the thrilling melo-drama, "A
Ragged Hero," will be given at the Boyd.
But one price of admisotbn, the lowest,
will obtain all over the house. Th com
pany will present .the piece tonight also,
"A Ragged Hero," a the title would Imply,
ha for Its hero a tramp, who thwarts the
villain in all hi deviltry, and who accon
pUshes some wonderful stunt In o doing.
Shampooing and hair dressing, 25c, at Th
Bathery, 216-220 Bee Building. Tel. 1716
MAY TIE UP JURY COURTS
Attorney (or Bader Minn May Attack
Validity of Present List
It 1 said that If th attorney do not get
the kind of jury they want today for
the trial of Bader Mlna, accused of murder
In the first degree, they will attack the
validity of th present jury list and may
tie up the Jury court until the new list
can be secured, which will necessarily b
at least twenty day henoe. The only proc
ess possible, It 1 said, will be for the com'
mtssloner to get authority from the crimt
nal Judge for a new drawing and then con
duct it as soon as the list can be prepared
after which there must still be the twenty
days' wstt before the Juror called can be
forced to appear In court.
TAXES MAKE HIM BANKRUPT
o Declare Iaaae E. Phelps of Sana
der County to Clerk of
Isaac E. Phelps allege that he ha been
driven to bankruptcy by taxes. According
to his story told in th office of th United
State district clerk when he filed hi sp
plication In bankruptcy he returned for
taxation In Saundera county a lot of prop
erty which he thought he owned, but which
he found out later belonged to someone
else. The taxes were $300, but he refused
to psy. The penalty on delinquent taxes
has accrued until th amount is $800,
which Is the largest Item la a list of Ua
bllltlee aggregating $3,248.83. against which
he list assets of $8(3.01.
new nil out or vouraeli.' Th rat botun
Mined ntt o I thought I would get another,
Sad aita I had taken aigbt bottle, In about ai
week. I waa wrighad and found I had gainad
tfwenti in poanda. I have don more
hatd work In the pant eleven atoniha than I did
ia two year before, and I am aa. atout and
healthy to-day, I think, a I ever waa.
Dr. Pierce' Common Sense Medical
Adviser, in paper covers, is sent frta on
receipt of ai one-cent atamp to pay ex
pense of mailing only. Aadttaa Dt, JU
JUftKcc. iii&ak, ssVXa.
KNCDSON Knud, February M, 1901, aged
The deceased wan a resident of Omaha
for thlrty-nv year and worked In thi
Union Pacific shon for the last twenty
Ave veara. II leaves a widow, one son
Knud Knudson, and two daughter. Mrs,
J. A. Lovnren and Mrs. W. v. Donnelly
all residing la this city. Funeral will be
held Saturday. March I, at I p. m.. from
his late residence, aV7 Chicago street, la
Jfol OlAA ,
M Jli 0
Correct Fashions in
"foinen's Spring Outergarments
s The. new Spring Styles are In. Have you seen them? It's a most unusual
early. Spring gathering, replete with the fashions that have been decreed as
correct. Far fetched Ideas, the swagger effects, in raglans are very popular
east. . We show a good line of them as well as the more reserved fashions.
For tomorrow we offer some exceedingly good values in popular priced gar
ments.. All are very special.
Women's nnd Misses Tailor
Made Suits made of wool nov
elty goods, and Venetians, also
homespuns and cheviots, in tans,
oxfords, navy and black, jacket
silk lined, with silk facing and
new collars. Skirts with . pssnsT
high trimmed flounce, Jo IsnsV
misses' siaes 12,' 14 and 16 " "
$7.50 and $10 values, J
XV o m n's Raglnns New
spring styles, beautiful garmenta
In a great variety of fabrics, all
colors, loose and tight
fitting back eflects,
$12 values, Thursday .
Women's Taffeta Dress
Skirts Beautiful effects, new
est styles, made with French flare,
graduated bottoms, elaborately
trimmed with tucking and nich
ing, separate drop skirt aw p
of good percaltne, $12.60 nil
values, Thursday IslfvF
Women's Dress Skirts of
meltons and oxfords. In navy and
black, heavy stitched
bottoms, $2.60 values,
Closing out all
women's $7.50 and $10.00 Jackets and
automobiles now on sale at $2.60.
Women's $16.00 and $17.00 jackets and
automobile now $5.00.
We are selling children's jacket at
price that will certainly Interest you.
The furs are all marked at very nomi
Women's Dregs Skirts of
good heavy ladles' cloth, tucked
all over top, high cut flounce,
taffeta stitched bands
Walking Skirts of all wool
. golfing fabrics, flare flounce, tailor
stitched, grays and ox
fords, $5.00 values,
Grand Special Rug Sale
Tomorrow we will place on sale 2,000 hall rugs and runners. These
range from 2H to 4 yards long, and are of the best grade of Wilton, Royal
Wilton and Body Brussels, suitable for hall runners and stair carpet, also
bath rooms. Handsome designs with wide border on each end, f f
and worth up to $2.50 yard. Many of them are 4 yard long and 1 Til
they all go as long as they last tomorrow, at IUv
This 1 without question one of the greatest bargain we have ever offered.
SPRING SUITS S 3
The most handsome and choicest
of new spring styles are now readjr
, ior your picking.
' .Never before have we exhibited
such a splendid line of stylish new.
suits as will claim your attention
in our women's suit department,
There has been enth u s I a s t i c
praise for our 11)02 suit showing,
btyles are settled for spring, if you
delay your selections a month long
er, "you'll buy just the styles we are
now showing, and payr at least,
twenty-five per cent more. Manu
facturers get higher prices when
the rush time commences. '
Take time now and select leis
urely from a fine collection of ele
We have positively the most wonderful variety of styles
for you to make your selections from, and your choosing
will be made very easy.
We have boueht another large line of dry goods for the bargain room, consist
ing of dress Roods, wash goods, silks, domestics, towels, . table covers, eta.- As fait
a they can be marked they will be placed on the tables, at the 'most ridiculously
low prices. Nearly everything will be on special prices for Thursday, ana besides
these we will give 6 champion 30 minute sales. No dealers, peddlora or manufac
turers sold to In this room. ' ' :" v 1 .
FROM BiRO TO O A..M.
We will sell all the towels worth 7c, 10c
We will sell $1.50 black broadcloth. $1.00
cheviots, black and blue, 64 inches wide,
t 49c yard.
75o granite cloth at 49c yard.
75o all wool henriettas at 49c yard.
75c black fancies at 39c yard.
$1.25 mohairs, in gray, blue and black,
We will sell $1.00 fancy striped silk.
$1.00 figured silk, all colors, 75c foulards,
strictly all silk, and other silks, worth up
to $1.25 a yard, for 49o yard.
Loulslne, In all colors, $1.00 fancy em-
The following births and deaths went
reported at the office of the board of
neaitn auring tne twenty-rour Hours end
ing weanesaay noon:
irths Michael M. Back. IRSS Vnrth
Twan vmt,.h a, tut. . T n . . I tit
ncii.j-iuuiui L 1 ' J 1 AUI V. 1 H I II, I
rresDyterian nospuai. gin; John Jacob
son, North Eighth street and Courtland
Beach, girl: Jesse Lana. 1812 Miami
ueatns Jane L Fuller, 2729 Dupont
street, aged 6 months; Joseph Klefer, 4402
North Twenty-fourth street, aged 29 years;
jwuKBr uiiu xvuner, alio iranKtin street,
aged 6 years; Louis Hushome. South
umana, agea years.
Jtrm Quickly Curmd by
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
It acts on nature's plan.
loosens the cough, relieves
the lungs and opens the se
cretions, effecting a perma
It counteracts any ten
dency of a cold to result in
It is pleasant to take, both
children and adults like it.
, Price 25 cents.
Large, size 60 cent.
SPRATrS DOG MEDICINES
We sell all kinds of Dog Medicines. We
give Deiow a list or. eprau a, wnicn are or
Tonlo and Condition Tablets 50c
Mange Cure (Liquid) Cic
Kcsema Cure (Oily) 60c
Purgative Tablets Boo
Couah Tablets..: 50c
vermtruge capsules rxtc
Vermifuge Tableta 6oo
fuppy vermiruge capsules cxns
Alterative Cooling Tablets 50c
Alterative Cooling Powders 50c
Ijocurtum (Ointment) 60c
Liniment for Sprains 50c
hook common sense or Jjoar Doctor-
Inar." 126 oa ires. Price. 26c: by mall. Wo
Hair Stimulant and Restorer C0c
Jaundice Tablets 60c
Cure for Canker In Ear 60c
Fit Cure Tablets for Chorea (St. Vitus
Dlntemuer Tablets 75c
Antl-Rlckets Tableta 50c
Kya Ixtlon Tablets Gtia
Diarrhoea and Dysentery Cure 50c
Spratt's Dog Soap 2Uc
BDratt s dok jaa.es (ttiscuitsj. iuc id..
S lbs. for 25c; sack containing 100 lbs., $7.00
bpratt s Puppy uiscuiu, pacuage ol
Bpratt' book about dogs free upon re
ceipt of postaae stamp.
Cat Food, per package 6c
Sherman & McConnsII Drug Go
CORNER SIXTEENTH AND DODGE.
fp "Do I havejo buy $10
J worth at one time?"
"Ob, no. ,You get., coupons with every purchase of any
amount,'in kny department and when the total of these coupons
comes to f 10, you get a selection from the free gifts." This con
versation takes place hundreds of times dailyA'at the Big Store
since the beginning of our GRAND FliEE GIFT CAUNIVAL.
This is beyond question the greatest gift enterprise ever un
dertaken by any house in America.
The gifts are in every department and cover the entire range
of goods carried by the Big Store. There are 100,000 gifts in all,
ranging in value from 25c to $1,000, and aggregating $76,451.50.
Yesterday's selections embraced nearly every department from
the hardware, crockery and grocery depts. through the dry
goods departments and several from the music and furniture de
partments. The gold and silver gifts amount to $1,500. There
are 16,000 gifts amounting to $1.00 and over; there are 8,000 gifts
amounting to $5.00 and over; there are 5,000 gifts amounting to
$10.00 and over; there are 2,000 gifts ranging in value from $15.00
to the $1,000 gift.
No one connected with the store will be permitted to make
a selection for themselves or for anyone else. Each customer
must personally make his or her own selection. You may select
a 25c package of groceries; a steel range; a razor; a silk dress;
a sideboard, or a piano. But it is absolutely certain that each
purchaser of $10.00 worth who presents his or her-coupons at
the gift department will re
ceive absolutely free one of the
gifts exactly as advertised.
Remember these gifts
are absolutely free to you.
Ask your neighbor about this
grand gift carnival or CALL
AT TIIE STORE AND GET
FULL PARTICULARS FREE.
We will sell English mohair, black ere
pons worth $2.98 yard, 64-inch black and
blue cheviots worth $1.60 yard, henriettas.
several colors worth $1.00 yard, and a
We will eell imported white goods worth
25c, 35c, 60c and 75c, all nice, new hand
some styles, at 10c yard.
Be sure and examine these goods.
We will sell full standard prints, off the 1 10 yards to a customer, at lo yard. These
pieces of the new spring shades, only ) prints are worth 6c.
For 6o you can buy 15c toasters, 10c
paring knives, 10c pepper and salts, 10c
dishes, lOo bowels, 10c screw drivers, 10c
banks, 10c match safes, and a thousand
other things too numerous to mention,
worth up to 15c and 20c all for 6c.
For 10c you can buy 25c strainers, 15c
soup ladles, 25c hand saws, 19c screw drl.
We, the undersigned, by re
quest, have examined the above
arlft enterprlae very carefully
and believe It I all rlaht and
Just vrbat 1 claimed for It.
J. W. THOMAS,
Cashier Union National Bank.
C. C. HOSEWATKM,
Business Mgr. Omaha Bee.
Business Mgr. Omaha Dally News.
K. J. UlRKLKY.
Councilman from the Eighth Ward.
J. A. CRKIUIITON,
Vies President First National Bank,
J. D. WUAVHR,
Contracting Agent Omaha Bee.
YOU TAKE 110 RISK
When vou try Parisian Hair Tonlo and
Dandruff Cure because we absolutely cuar-
antes It to stoD nalr irom tailing: out. ana
destroy the dandruff germ. We have this
arrangement wittr tne manufacturer ana
their no "monky business" with us about
refunding tne money in case oi unsausiac
torv reaulta. Wa sell the tl bottle for 75c.
11.00 German Klmmel Bitters 75o
(This is the great SDrlna medicine.)
$1.00 Wine Cardul 49a
11.00 Butlur'a Female Reculator. (guar-
$2U0 Cramer's Pennyroyal Pills $1.00
$2.00 McDade's Buccus Alterans $1.36
$." 76 Malted Milk (hospital slse) $2.65
60o Malted Milk S6o
$1.00 Peruna 1 bottle to a customer).. 67o
25o Laxativs Bromo-Qulnlne 12c
2oo Qulnocetal (best for colds) Sue
1 do. J-sraln, Quinine Capsuls 7o
1 dos. l-raln Quinine Capauls 10c
1 dos. 5-graln Quinine Capauls 15c
$1.00 Dr. Pierce Remedies 67c
OPEN ALA. MQHT.
TmU T4T. j. W. car. Iflth aad Caca.
Ifioata OfillTsrcl r&ES ia ani &tl fit t"l
This generator pro
gaa and therefor af
fords the most effec
tive method yet known
for disinfection. It Is
for disinfecting halls,
hospital wards, rail
road cars, residences,
rooms and killing in
Two aises, 2oo and
too. Small alse, $2.50
per dosen. Bold by
MYERS-DILLON DRUG CO.,
llStav-aaa, farsjua JtUamU, Pautaa,
AN ABSENT MINDED MAN
may . be careless sometimes In regard to
hi food and drink, but those who have
once tested the many virtues and pleasing
qualities of the Mets beer will never make
any mistake when ordering their favorite
beverage. It tonic and appetising qual
tty, as well a' Its sedative effect upon th
nerves, renders It a favorite with weak or
nervous women, and It delicious flavor
make it a favorite In every household.
Metz Bros., Brewing Co
TEL. lltt, OMAHA.
Or Jacob Keumsyer, Agt, car Neumayer
Hotel, veuutu iuu, .va . . .
the Bargain Room
and 12MiC, only 2 pair to a customer, at
FOR ALL DAY DRESS GOODS
at 49c yard.
42-inch serges, all colors, and . 88-lnch
henriettas, all colors, at 25o yard.
We will sell English long cloth, quality
C, regular lOo good, each piece come In
12 yard lengths, will not cut. only one
piece to a customer, at 6o yard.
SILKS FOR ALL DAY
bossed and all colors and evening shades,
at 39c yard.
60c black lining silk, yard wide, at 19a yd
39c lining silk in all colors at 19o yard.
50c silk velvet at "19c yard.
39c velveteen, all colors, at 25o yard.
FROM 2 TO 2:30 P. M.
great many other goods worth up to $2
yard these goods are in short lengths,
from one-half to six yards,, and for 80 min
utes only, we will sell 1 pattern to a cus
tomer, choice of lot for 25o yard. - '
WASH GOODS AND OTHER GOODS
We will sell 15c, 19c and 23o dimities,
in short lengths, at 10c yard.
We will sell 10c dimities at tttc yard.
We will sell 36-inch percales, In dark
and light colors, at 6c yard.
FROM 4 TO 4:30 P. M.
See What Tou Can Buy for 5c and 10c on Our Bargain
vers, 15c lemon sqeezers, 23c nlckle plated
carpenter's hammers, 25o statuettes, 25o
mush and milk bowls and pitcher, 20o
bowls, 20c glassware and numerous other
articles worth up toGOo all go at 10a
We have also a 19c and 25c table, from
which you can buy artloles worth So to
$1.00. t.' "
FROM 6 TO 6:30 P. M. a yard, only 10 yard to a customer, at
W will sell bleached muslin worth 6c io yard. . .
The men have had their ahoe bill
cut in two by improved methods.
The Borosis does the same for you
and Is entirely for WOMEN'S BEN
EFIT. A more satisfactory shoe cannot
be purchased at any price.'
That lady who wears Borosis is
noticed as being Fashionably, Com
fortably and Daintily Shod.
are $3.50 Always
SOROSIS SHOE STORE
203 So. 15th St.
Bend for catalogue.
FRANK WILCOX, Manager.
Starting a New Year
This month we begin our new year. Th
past year has been a very satisfactory ons
in business. Evidently the publlo does not
think all the drugjrlsts In town ar dishon
est except one. Wa save furnished th
best goods for the least money, which I all
any store can do. For th coming- year
we will be the exclusive a ant for the .
MOUND CIJY PAINT AND COLOR
for this section. Theas paint nssd no In
troduction to the people of this city. Hav
ing been used here for th last IS years,
they have established a reputation second
o none. For spring painting b aura and
all for cample card. We will gladly fur
ulsh all Information you may need, a w
keep a practical painter, who attend to
all uch request.
FULLER a: GO.
14th and Douglas Sta.
Is ths worst disease en aarth, vet th
easiest ta ours WHeW TfOlJ KNOW
WHAT TO DO. Many hav ptaaplea, spst
on th skin, soras in tha mouth, nloars.
falling hair, buns pain, catarrh; don't
know It is BLOOD POISON. Bend to PR,
BKOWN. M6 Arch St., Philadelphia, f a,
fur BROWN'S BLOOD CUftB. $ m
bottla; lasts ons month, fluid only by
fiherman A MoConnell Drug Co lath and
Dodge fcHs., Omaha.
Brown's Capsults firgjj WIS
NIRVB BCAN8 qolcHT cor
KervuufneM, all rMuluuf fclu4f
fulling nubDliood. drtuiiA, luwe&u
Married nittn od men InWudm
to marry aliuuld Uk ft boi; luwnUhlnf rtuulUt
iall bwohbt n a rial and l(Mt Dot U TtsMtred. 1.00 ft t
fci.era.fti. McCoaaell, druggltu, Uib ft&4 DoA M '
IP YOU ARE NOT SMOKING THE. ....
Try one, then notice the fine Aroma of our present Havana
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