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TlTE OMATIA DAILY BEE; THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1002.
H0SPIT1L FOR OLD SOLDIERS signs of ratewar vanish
1nt Hot Spring Will Bs leltatai Iailj
r York Eastern
Baa Been Wlth-rwi,
BOARD Or MANAGERS MEETS IN OMAHA
TaataJa Palmer Wilt Entertain Bis
Associate Sunday and Ga wltai
Tkta to Black II 11 la to
Captain Henry K- Palmer It to entertain
. bait Sunday several of the other managers
ef the National Homes for Disabled Volun
teer Soldiers, who will be on their way to
Mot Springe, S. D., there to telect the alte
for the national soldiers' aanltarlum, which,
through all the future yean, la to harbor
those veterans whoie health waa wrecked
by the rigor of campaigning.
The party will comprise General Martin
T. McMahon, president of the board, a
Judge of the court of aesaloni In New York
.City; Colonel George W. Bteele, secretary
tf the board, a congressman of Marlon, 111.;
General Charles M. Anderson, former mem-
tier of congress from Greenville, O. ; Colonel
Sidney O. Cooke, a banker of Herlngton,
Kan.; General Thomas J. Henderson, for
twenty years a congressman from Frlnce
ton. 111.; George B. Patrick, assistant trees
jrer, from New York City; Mrs. George W.
Bteele, Mrs. Meta Bellnap, Mrs. Anderson,
Mrs. Cooke and daughter and General Hen
Ifleraon's son and grandson, Thomas B. Hen
Aereon and Henry B. Dunbar. Captain
palmer has received assurancs from all
Eiese that they will be here and In addition
ongressman Brownlow of Tennessee may
It Is Captain Palmer's plan to meet them
stf the Burlington station Sunday morning,
take tham ta the Mlllnril hntl tnr hrV
last, provide a drive about the city and
kayo luncheon, served at the Omaha club.
Plans at the Party.
At I o'clock Sunday afternoon the vis
ftors and the captain, who has been a prin
cipal promoter of the project from the very
first, will leave for Hot Springs over the
Fremont, Elkhorn A Missouri Valley road,
Captain Palmer says:
"We shall be at the Springs two or three
days. The city Is to furnish the site after
ws select it. The appropriation voted last
spring by congress was 1170,000, and this
will bs Invested In one hospital . building,
to which additions are to be made In future
years when the additional appropriations
are secured. So soon as the site Is selected
the government's architect will begin on
tha plans, and though thirty days' adver
tisement will be necessary we expect to see
tha foundation taking ahapa by the 1st of
"After disposing of the task of selecting
a sit at Hot Springs,: probably our party
will wish to visit Deadwood, Lead and other
points of Interest up In the Hills.
"This institution, you know, Is to be a
sanitarium and Is to receive inmates of
the soldiers' homes when the veterans of
sitter the civil or the Spanish and Philip
pin wars seem to require a change of
climate or ths medicinal qualities of
spring water such as the Dakota resort
has. - Surely there could be nothing bet
ter than the glorious climate of that place,
8,411 feet above the aea, and eventually It
will prove a real saving to the national
government. The $170,000, though a very
nag eura, H only the beginning of what
is hoped for."
The oentral bom 1 at Dayton, O., and
there are other at Milwaukee, Togus,
Me.; Elizabeth City county, Virginia;
Leavenworth, Los Angeles, Grant county.
Indiana; Danville, 111.; Johnson City, Term
Tha members of this board ars ten in
Dumber exclusive of the president, chief
Justice and secretary of war.
Omaha lines that had In effect the re
duced sxcuraloa rates to New Tork, At
lantic City and other eastern points have
announced ths withdrawal of these
achedules la compliance with orders from
their headquarters In Chicago and St.
Louis. This action Is the result of a meet
ing of the Central Passenger association.
held at Chicago yesterday morning.
When theee rates were first announced
It was known that a bitter rate war Would
ensus If ths schedules remained In effect
for any length of time. Consequently
some of ths eaatern trunk lines, the Erie
among them, set out at once to Induce the
rival roads to r'thdraw tbetr announce
ment and thus prevent the demoraliza
tion of farea.
Most of the lines thowed a disposition
to get out of the threatened war the best
way they could and revert to peaceable
methods, but it la said the Baltimore A
Ohio took a positive ntand sgalnst conces
sion, reaolved at first to continue the rates
and await the censequences. The Wabash
was appealed to leal the western lines In
the recession, but refused to do so until
assured that its e stern competitor, the
Baltimore A Ohio, would follow suit.
The Central Passenger association was
convened for the purpose of calling off
these schedules and it was entirely suc
cessful, for the Baltimore A Ohio la said
to have acted promptly in the withdrawal
of Its original announcement, and this led
the way for the other roads, resulting in
the cancellation of the rates entirely and
the thwarting of a movement to precipi
tate a aerlous rate war.
The advisory committee of the Western
Passenger association la holding a meeting
In Chicago to rearrange the affairs of the
Western Immigration bureau, whose re
suscitation was brought about by the re
cent meeting of the Transcontinental as
sociation -t Colorado Springs, which se
cured .the return of the Union Paclflo to
the bureau and saved the bureau from a
The chief object of the meeting was to
create a fair and satisfactory division
among all the rosds of the Immigrant busi
ness, which Is steadily on the Increase.
During the month ef May this traffic broke
all previous reoords, but it was not as
evenly divided among ths several roads
constituting the Immigration bureau aa was
desired. The Great Northern, which car
ried 3,600 new settler Into its territory
during that month, bad by far the lion's
share of the business.
EXCURSION TO BLACK 11ILLS
Capacity of Special Train Likely U It
Tsited by Omaha, Hen.
ONE HUNDRED TICKETS THE LIMIT
This Jtomber May Be Increased by
Fifty at Railroad's Option, bat
Orl.laal Met Is Sell
Vlj; isT Fast.
The proposed excursion to Deadwood
vhich will atart Tuesday Is the principal
Ultima discussed in Commercial club and
Ak-Sar-Ben circles, and from present In
dications the 100 persons who are expected
to go will Increase DO per cent before the
train starts Tuesday evening. The hustling
committee of the Knights of Ak-Sar-Ben,
with 100 tickets for sale, started to work
Monday afternoon, and before night one
member sold 10 per cent ot the total num
ber takeu out by the committee, while
other members made good sales at the
same time. This batch of 100 tickets is all
that are Immediately at the disposal of the
promoters of the excursion, so that there
is no assurance after they are disposed of
that others can be secured. The managers
hope to be able to secure at least fifty more
tickets for the special train If they are de
sired, but as the train Is a special the com
panies handling it may not desire to in
crease the number of cars, as some of the
territory will be covered at a very rapid
rate In order to conform to the schedule.
Details of tbe Trip.
The details of the trip are still being pre
pared and It has not been decided as to the
time the train will return to the city. It
will leave tho Webster street station at 8
o'clock Tuesday evening and make the run
to Long Pine without stop. This much
has been determined. The itinerary from
Long Pine to Deadwood, with stop at Hot
Springs, the stations along the Elkhorn in
Nebraska and at Sturgls, has been prac
tically settled upon. It Is now contem
plated to reach Omaha on the return trip
Sunday morning Instead of Saturday at
noon, aa previously announced. The com
mittee having In charge the arrangement
with ths railroads find that It will be possi
ble to give the members of the party an
opportunity to visit the towns between
Grand Island and Lincoln on the line of the
Burlington by changing the date of arrival.
It is urged in favor of a revision ol tha
itinerary that Saturday afternoon is a half
holiday In the Jobbing district, anyway, and
that little business would be transacted by
U II 1 1 1 Ui H
the members of. the nartv if they should be
WANTS NONE BUT GOOD MEN In' Omaha, while the territory through
which the train will pass on its way to
Lincoln is one which has not been visited
by Omaha Jobber In person In several
Longer Stay in Deadwood.
The revised schedule may permit a longer
stop in Deadwood and an opportunity to at
tend the evening session of the Elks' carni
val. All of these reasons Incline the com
mittee to look with favor upon the proposed
change, but the final schedule will not be
announced until later in the week. The
railroad officials profess to be able to supply
Real Estate Exchange Dlreete Itself
to Governor on Police Board
At the meeting of tbe Heal Estate ax-
change yesterday ' a resolution Intro
duced by W. Q. Shrlver waa adopted as
Wherea. Governor Savage will within
a few dys be called upon to appoint a new
nre and police commission for the city or
Whereas, The business- and property In- .v. .-. .d run it according to any sched
terests, and the general weirare or tne i .. . K ,!-, with
city, are vitally affected by and concerned ulB which may be determined upon with
in tne proper and emcient management or
tne nre ana ponce aepartmems; ana.
notioe as late as Saturday, so that it may
be the last of the week before the final ar
rangements are published,
Whereas. The Omaha Real Estate ex,
change believes that the management of
such departments can be improved to a
great extent, to the benefit of th entire
city and all good citizens; therefore.
Resolved. That the Umana Real Estate
exchange hereby respectfully requests and
urges Governor Savage to appoint as mem
bers of tne new nre ana police commission
none out gooa, clean ousiness men, or
known ability and integrity, who will con
duct the nre and police departments on
strictly business principles, without regard
to partisan or ractionai pontics, or private
Reaolved, That Governor Savage can in
no way better serve the best Interests of
Omaha than oy appointing sucn a Doara;
BIQ DOG SEALS HIS OWN FATE SB? MAY HAVE PEARSE
Red Hot From the Oaa.
Was tha ball that cauaed horrible ulcer
n G. B. Stead man, Newark,, Mich. Buck
lea's Arnica Salve soon cured him. 25o.
The Post Cheek.
A bill ha been before congress to retire
the present five, two and one dollar bills
and substitute notes, payable at any post-
office,' in their places and which shall pass
as currency. It it becomes a law it will be
as invaluable to many forms of business as
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters Is to those who
suffer from headache, indigestion, dyspep
sla, insomnia, nervousness or malaria. It
will positively euro thess diseases. Try it
and satisfy yourself. .
Hakes Show ot Fight at Wren Mo-
snent sal Receives Death Ben.
Once as Resale
'An unfortunate meeting of two dogs in
polio court materially aided the prosecu
tion in establishing ths charge that ths
large St. Bernard dog belonging to Charles
L. DoolltUe, 4230 Eraklns street, was vicious
and havtag the death sentence passed on
him. The j trial had been on for several
days, the dog being charged with biting
several boys In his neighborhood. Eight
witnesses naa sworn that the dog waa a
good dog. The dog had wandered about the
court room, making friends with many, and
appeared to have tbe sympathy of the
Judge. When nearly all the evidence was
to, a little, blaeb,-shaggy dog wandered In
the room, evidently looking for a familiar
face or a kind word. . The St. Bernard eaw
bint, flew at him like a ton of brick and
the two mixed in a grand spectacular chew
ing contest. Ths court room cleared as if
by magic, with the exception of one or two
officers and the owner ot the big dog, who
finally separated the combatants. The big
log resumed his mesnderlngs around ths
court room as though nothing had hap.
, pened, but the work bed been dons and
Judge Berks assessed ths death penalty.
fa appeal was taken to the district court.
Keep your system in perfect order and
kom will have health, even in the most sickly
seasons. The. occasional uae ot Prickly
ksh Bitter will insure vigor and regularity
jp. all tha vital organs.
After the adoption or the resolution a
oommlttee called upon the secretary of the
Commercial club and be promised to send
a copy of the resolution to tbe member of
the executive committee, of the club and
have a vote taken to ascertain the position
of the committee upon the resolution.
It was decided to hold an adjourned pic
nic at Courtland beach Saturday, at which
time the program of the plcnlo at Arlington
will be completed. The plcnlo committee
reported, turning $5.81 Into the treaaury of
the club after paying all expenses ot the
Andrew Rosewater will attend the next
meeting of the club and spesk on the sub
ject ot "Parks and Boulevards.
Known tbe World Over.
For Us wonderful cures Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Cough and
Colds. It cures or no pay.
Member ot Board, Bays Ohio City Is
Welcome to the Omaha
"I see," said a member of the Board of
Education yesterday, "that the Na
tlonal Journal of Education, published at
New York, Chicago and Boston, Is boom
ing Pearse for superintendent of the
public schools at 'Cleveland, O. The Item
goes on to say that Pearse is not appre
ciated In Omaha and hints that tbe Omaha
publio is deficient In its bump of venera
tion and some other things.
"It must have been a situation some
thing like this that Shakespeare had in
mind when he wrote: 'He who steals my
Pearse steals trash, but he who filches
my good name,' etc. I think the Journal
might have stopped short of hinting that
Omaha was delinquent in appreciation."
NEW HOSE AND OLD BUILDINGS
as a. Bnsy
tne Milwaukee Railway.
Tor a short or a long vacation this beau-
ftful lake offers the most economical, yet
delightful outing that Is available for
pmaka people, .
Quickly and easily reached from Omaha
Ma the Milwaukee railway, altitude el
feteet 1. 000 test, air always cool and la-
tgoratlng. , A beautiful, clear, deep lake
pltb high shores, picturesquely timbered
rtta hardwood trees. Excellent fishing.
beating and bathing. Moderate-priced, but
toed hotels. This Is a list ot advantages
frot to be equaled. Full Information cheer
fully furnished at the Milwaukee Railway
CUy Office, 1504 Farnam street.
F. A. NASH. General Western Agent.
Ol July t&th the Erie Railroad wltl ran a
Special thirty-day excursion to Chautauqua
(Ak. The tare from Chicago wtll be only
ila.be tor the round trip. Ticket will be
fcoed oa all limited trains.
Far detailed Information aoDlr to H. L.
frursy. Traveling Pasaenger Agent. Chicago.
Chicago ticket office, tit Clark street.
Board of Pnblle Works H
Afternoon on Two
At a meeting of the Board of Public
Works Wednesday afternoon bids were
opened for 7,000 feet of lira hose, and were
referred back to the secretary of the board
for tabulation. The bids vary from 90
cents to $1.10 per foot, according to qual
ity. There I (aid to be little evidence
ot competition among the six companies
which submitted bids. ,
The following building were condemned
and the owner or sgent were given
thirty days In which to remove them: Two-
story frame warehouse, 1711 Capitol ave
nue; two-story frame lodging house, 209
South Twelfth street; one-story frame
shop, SIS Capitol avenue; one-story frame
dwelling, 815 Capitol avenue; two-story
fiame dwelling, IBIS Jackson street; one-
story frame dwelling, 1322 Dodge street;
two-story frame barn, 601 South Twen
ty-first avenue; one-atory frame shed
In rear 1018-2010 St. Mary's avenue; one-
story trams barn in rear of 610 Marcy
Owners and agents of ths following
buildings were jtlven two weeks in which
to prepare for a hearing on ths question
of the condemnation ot these structures:
One-story double tram dwelling, 1013-
1C1 Capitol avenue; one-atory frame
dwelling la rear of 1015 Capitol aveaue;
one-story . tram dwelling In rear
ot 1017 Capitol avenue; two-story
frame dwelling, 1614 Harney street; one-
story frams barn, 2011 Burt street; two
story frams barn in rear 2009 North Twen
Excursions to New Tork City, Atlantic
City and Montreal, advertised by the Wa
bash for July 31, August 7 and 14, have been
All summer goods are now being offered at greatly re
duced prices It's a sale that' Is fraught with great saving
20c Handkerchief for Go Tomorrow wo will place) on sale an impor
ter's entire sample line of ladles' fine handkerchiefs, they are beautifully em
broidered and lace edged, hemstitched and drawn thread open work efteots,
In a great variety of very new and pretty styles snd patterns, S
also fine all linen handkerchiefs. The regular selling prices are OC
12V4c, 15c and 20c each, all on aale, tomorrow at .
Ladies' 75c Aprons at 19c This lot of apron comprises various style)
of aprons, large and small sizes hemstitched and beautifully trimmed with
lace and embroidery, sprons for all occasions, -f
regular 60c and 75c values I
on sale Thursday at .....
75c for $2.50 Washable Suits la this clearing' sale all of our $2.50
washable suit, waists and skirts, In light and dark colors,
that have been selling up to the present time for 22.60
your choice of these on second floor
$12.50 and $15.00 Linen Suits, linen batiste suits, mercerized foulard
suits, lawn suits, all beautifully tucked and lace and ribbon
trimmed, all of them this season's style
go on second floor at
Extraordinary Waist Bargains
$1.25 Waists for 45c
Our entire stock of ladies' white and
colored percale and linen waists, also
white lawn waists, all this season'
style, beautifully trimmed, A P
light and dark grounds, a-L C
on sale on main fioor, at w
50c and 75c Waists, 19c
Women's newest style shirt waists,
plain and fancy trimmed, made of
beautiful washable fabrics, fast col
ors, all sizes. The regular selling
prices for these waists
are 50o and 75c, all on
sale Thursday, at
Still Cutting Shoe Prices
Impending changes necessitate a decisive clearing up of stocks.
Tomorrow we place on sale many different lines of our ladles' fine oxfords,
they come in patent leather, velour calf, vlcl kid, enamel end chrome kid.
These goods are made by the best shoe makers ot the country and come In
the latest styles ot today. Oa sale as follows:
Our $3.50 and ?4.00 lines of women's oxfords now. . .2.50
Our ?2.50 and $3.00 lines of women's oxfords, now. . . 1.98
A Carloadf Wet Rugs and Carpets
that was left on the railroad company's bands after being derailed In a wash
out, was bought by us at a small fraction of the original invoice price. This
entire shipment will be placed on kaie MONDAY, JULY 23
We mention two of the great bargains you can secure:
$1.00 Velvet Carpet 25c yd.
$5.00 Wilton Rugs, $1.59
PAY OFFICE AT KANSAS CITY
Departmeat of ' Mlssoart Establishes
a Breach tor Disbursing;
' Soldiers' Pay.
An order has-been issued transferring
Captain William ;R. Graham, paymaster In
the United' States army, from Omaha to
Kansas City, where he will take station.
This transfer is the first step taken by tbe
War department to open a paymaster's
office In Kansas City, This paymaster will
have charge of payments to troops sta
tioned at Forts Leavenworth and Riley and
will make final payment to all troops sta
tioned at those posts. Heretofore such
payment has been made from the headquar
ters at Omaha. For some time there has
been an office of the commissary depart
ment at Kansas City and bids for supplies
have been opened at that point. The
branches are established from a desire to
administer the affairs of the department in
a more economical manner.
Word has been received from Major J. C.
Muhlenberg, who is to be in charge of the
pay department of the Department of the
Missouri, that be will reach Omaha and re
port for duty before tbe end of the current
month. He has been on leave since arriv
ing in the United States from the Philip
pines and will report for duty before the
termination of that leave.
Second Lieutenant William S. Neely has
been granted leave ot absence from bis
post at Fort Crook for ths period ot ons
Shampooing and bairdresfcing, 2tc, at ths
Batbery, 216-220 Bee building. Tel. 1718.
Chafing dish set. Edholm, Jeweler.
DARVED0FF DENIES ELOPING
Denver Lael Says He Did Rot Steal
the Girl Wife of His Yossg
Morrl Darvedoff, the 16-year-old boy
who was arrested at the St. James hotel
and locked up because It was charged that
be eloped from Denver with Mr. Anna
Crnlbe, a 17-year-old bride, awaiting the
arrival of hi mother, who will take him
home, said he did not elope. He told the
police matron Tuesday that tha husband
ot the woman I in Omaha and at his re
quest accompanied hi wife here. While
searching for her husband he secured a po
sition tor her at the hotel. A stranger
called at the station yesterday to see the
boy, but as the captain was not in he did not
talk with him. From the window of the
matron's department Darvedoff saw the
stranger and said he was the husband of
Mrs. Darvedoff, the boy's mother arrived
from Denver yesterday afternoon and will
take her son home. She told the police
that Morris and Mrs. Crnlba had been
children together and that she believed
that he brought her to Omaha In order
to better ber condition. Her son had $100
when he left Denver. Her return home
will depend largely on when Morris wants
to go back.
Sprclal Chautauqua Kxcnrstoo
Via Lake Shore ft Michigan Southern rail
way and the new line from Westfleld, July
25; $14.00 for the round trip. Return limit
thirty days. Handsome Chautauqua Book
on application to M. S. Giles, Trav. Pass.
Agt., Chicago, or C. F. Daly, Chief A. O.
P. A., Chicago.
everlaatlng spoons. Edholm,
Paat Tlsae the Wabash.
Coanmsnclng Sunday, July IS, the . St.
Louis Express will leavs Omaha Union sta
tion at :oa p. m., arrive Bt. lxuis t a. m.
rehash new Uty office. 1601 Farnam sir est.
rubllsb your legal notices la Tbe Weekly
Forty Mlaatea Faster Tlaae Omaha to
St. Leal Via the Wabash.
Tbe WABA8H St. Louis Express lesves
Omaha Union station :6S p. m.: arrives
St. Louis 7 a. m. WABASH NSW CITT
OFFICE, 1601 Farnam Street.
tMm tuu UsUug tiuti. E-'.Silis.
IDEA Howard Wells, son of Charla S.
and Gertrude Ailrs sited 11 yenrs, I
months, died July 22 at Gordon. Nb.
- Funeral from the residence, ld North
a)Lto strvet, at 10 ) a. tu. Thursday, July
Nearer St. Lee Is Than Before.
The Wabash 8t. Leuis Express leave
Omaha Union station l.S p. m.; arrives
61. Louis T a. m. WABASH NEW CITT
op-riC!?. 11 Fsreen rt-
Bpeclal, Sterling links tic Edholm.
Excursions to New Tork City, Atlantic
City and Montreal, advertised by tbe Wa
bash for July IL August I sad It, Uav been
(I f . ISATES V
II 1 11 ytiiifijiI ill)
Spielal Excursion leavis Omaha Timday, kug 6 I I I J J
Writ for folder-FREC. J ' f J
have been ma do on nil our
Women's Wash Waists
Our entire Btock of $1.00 and
$1.60 shirt waiBts
On sale Thursday
Our entire stock of $2.00 and
$3.00 shirt waists
Otl sale Thursday
Thursday will be waist day at
the "Nebraska' Be sure and
1 WTW ssTaawaTaTaaanaaasssnissn in i i f i inTT Hal
AN OPTICAL TALK
There's no economy In going to an optician of doubt
ful ability to purchase glasses upon which your eyeetR-ht
depends. You wouldn't go to a cut-rate phyniclan, would
yout Then come here, where you'rn saffr. where you'll
find exrerts to serve you. where you'll find no appren
tices and no delays or disappointments.
S. W. LINDSAY, The Jeweler,
If OMAHA On of tt best equipped of the Keeley system of institute, til
I rw only Keeiey InsUtuts in Nebraska. Cures Drunkenness. Cures.
I LtLCT DniC Users. Booklet free. Address all letter to 724 S. lstb.
INSTITUTE Homo Treatment for Tobacco Habit, cost $3
Do You Want a
We've got 40 new and second
hand ' Typewriters Sholes, Wil
liams, Smith-Premier, Remington,
and other makes "which we are
going to sell at almost any price
as we are going out . ot the busi
ness. If yon want a Typewriter
for almost nothing come la
and pick It out.
J. J. Deright & Co,
1119 Farnam Street,
The Beverage That Cheers
and Invigorate during the summer's de
pressing heat Is tbe Met beer. For lunch
eon, dinner or at bedtime it Is the drink
par excellence for health, strength and
nerve. Don t fall to try a caas ot this pure
and palatable, as well as refreshing beer.
and you will never be without It for a day
Aletz Bros. Brewing. Co.
Tel. 11. Ontnnn.
Or Jacob Meumayer. Art., car Neumayer
Hotel. Council llluits. laws.
Women's Patent Leathers
"Crome" process entirely new
which Insures the wearing qualities
of the patent leather we never offer
our customers a shoe we cannot rec
ommend being new shoes, they are
the very latest styles In all the popu
lar toes, sizes and widths genuine
welt soles tbe best thing about these
women's shoes Is tbe price only 3.00
and where can you get so much
styls and wsar for $3.00 except at
Drexel'i? It' our value that make
the (tor so popular with the people.
Droxel Shoa Co.,
Omaha's I'p-to-date Shoe Hoese,
1410 F ".NAM STUB) 1ST.
Dog Biscuits & Dog Medicines
at cut prices; we have a complete line of
remedies for the vsrlous aliments of dogs
and do not hold you up for ths limit
price just because we can.
(0e mange and skin cure 40c
6uc Vermifuge (kills worms).. ixs
too Distemperine 4oc
e Ceoiine Wash (for neaa) 2uc
60c Canker Lotion (for the ear) 4c
6c Eye lxtlon 4oc
boc Fit Cure o
ooc Blood Purifying Pills 4"c
All these medicines are maae especially
for dona mind you.
6" Worm Pills 40o
Bpratt's Dog- Ulscults, I for , l')c
fcnampoo snap, case
Ask for free book tellina- all about tha
care of doss, fall us up by phone 747 If
you have a prescription you want filled.
We will call for It, All it and delivsr with
out .extra charge.
OPEN ALL. NIGHT.
Tel. T4T. a. w. Car. tat and Caleasje.
In the Public Eye
I We know that we serve ourselves
best when we serve you best.
We bave raised the quality of shoe
In this town until we bave brought
the best shoes made within tbe reach
ot all buyers.
Men find our "ONIMOD" the bet
for comfort and economy.
$3.50 and $2.50
205 South 15th St.
WHEN YOU BUY A
You .rw not paying lor CHKOMOS. SCUEMti. fatEB DEALS, ETC.. bixl
fr FIXE QUALITY IIAVANATOBACCO. EQUAL to IMPOKTEO CIO AR3.
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