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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, PECEMHElt fi, 1902.
KELLEY, STIGER & CO.
WITNESS TELLS OF HOTEL FIRE
J. IV. Horner, Who ;ara Alarm, De
scribe Details of the Chl
J. W. Horner, a mining man from Grand
Encampniint, Wyo., the man who gave the
alarm at the Llnorln hotel fire In Chicago.
Is In the city on bis way to the west. In
regard to the disaster Mr. Horner said:
la Oar tank
Attractire Offerings in Hosieij and
STORE OPEN TILL 9:30 SATURDAY EVENING
Special A seat for Manstnsr Inder
wrtr, laloa Salts and
LADIES' BLACK WOOL. HOPE, double
keel and tor,-also fleece ltoed hose, hem
top and a good Murk, 2'c.
LADIES' BLACK SILK FLEECED HOSE,
hem and ribbed top, double heel and sole,
oft and warm, 35c or 3 for $1.00.
LADIES' HEAVY BLACK BILK
FLEECED HOPE, double heel and toe,
af Heed sole, full fashioned, Bile each.
LADIES' BLACK CAEHMERE HOSE, high
spliced heel and doulAo soles, natural wool
feet, aoft and easy to wear, good black, 50c
Children's wool and fleece lined hose, fine
ribbed, double, knee, heel and toe, very
lactic, 25c each.
Boys' blark cashmere hose, spliced knee
and high spliced heel, two snd one-ribbed, a
heavy and warm hose for school wear, 35c,
S for $1.00. '
Ladles' vest and pants. In Egyptian cotton
fleece lined, cream, ecru and silver gray,
with eflk tape and pearl buttons, warm,
oft underwear. 60c each.
Ladles' jersey fitting white and natural
color vest and pants, warm, serviceable and
nonshrlokable, 6o each.
' Ladles' heavy fleeced Munsing union suits,
ilver gray and ecru, open front and open
across bust, the best made and the best fit
ting garment, $1.00 each.
Ladles' Munsing plated union suit, one
half and two-third wool, half open front and
open across bust, a comfortable garment to
wear. $1.60 and $2.25 e-.'th.
Ladles' cotton Munsing union suit, cream
and ecru, light and medium weight, $1.23
and $1.60 each.
Ladles' mercerised Sterling union suits,
flesh -and blue, new front, buttoned on
shoulder, garment that will take the
place of wool, with ribbed waist and cuff,
Ladles' white wool and silk vest and
pants, tights to match, $1.75 each.
Ladles' and misses' black wool legglns,
easy to slip on and off, warm and com
fortable, 50c, 75c and $1.00 each.
Infants' black and white wool drawer leg
glns, with and without feet, fine and heavy
ribbed, just the thing for little folks, 60c
KELLEY, STIGER & CO.,
Farnam and Fifteenth Sts.
"It Is a great surprise to me that more
nannla vpra nnt humeri nr anfTnratprl In the
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hotel. I never have seen such dense smoke
as filled the hall on the fourth story from
the time the Are was discovered. The night
clerk, a fellow named Gus, a railway mail
man from the Milwaukee and myself were
the first ones to know of the fire, and we
ran up from the office, which Is on the sec
ond floor, to the third. The hall was full
of smoke, but we ran along, pounding on
the door and shouting the alarm. I then
went down to the office street and there at
the door met a fireman and told him the
house was on fire. The fireman then turned
In the alarm. The fire never got through
the roof, and only burned out six rooms on
the fourth floor, and some fire dropped
through the floors of these Into the rooms
below. You would not have known from
the. outside that the, building was ablaze.
We discovered the Are at about 5:50 a. m.,
and It was all over and they were carrying
out the dead by 6:30. Three bodies were
found In the six burned rooms and the
others in the hall.
I was in Chicago to attend the stock
fair, and like others there did not seek a
room until bedtime. Then I could not get
any place but a sofa In the room adjoining
the office. I awoke about 5:45 and went
Into the offlre and was talking to the night
clerk when a mall clerk on the Milwaukee
came down. After we had stood talking for
two or three minutes he said: 'Don't you
smell smoke?' I did, and we started to In
'The building Is a rooming house and Is
not yet fully fitted out. It was a hotel dur
ing the world's fair and burned out then.
twelve people being cremated. Since then
it has been occupied by a printing hojse.
Mr. Smith has Just partltittoned off 'he
rooms and the work was not yet done, i'he
partitions were only studding covered with
lath and plaster. The house faces south
and the workmen were not through work on
the fire escape, but had their blocks and
tackle in place. Four men escaped down
these ropes. The people In the house who
numbered HO, of which three were women
and one a small boy, weer mostly stock men
and others from small towns. All the peo
ple on the third floor escaped. I believe the
fire was caused by defective electric wiring."
TODAY A GREAT SPECIAL
The special purchase of the entire book stock of a well
known book store has caused a great book excitement in Omaha. We inaugu
rate today a greater book tale Vxanevtn list Saturday's sale.
We will sell all the tl 00 Elsie books, publish'.d by ltodd, Mead CO ft
dCo.,at N OV
He will sell all Vie regular 1.00 Little Men and Women Series, pub OCJ
lihtd by Little, Brown Co., that generally sell for 75c, at, each.
We Kid sell one big table of very best tl.W and 11.50 books, and many A CX
copyrighted books, ut, each i J
All the Balance of this purchase we have divided Into three lots:
All the 60c books go at 10c
All the 75c books go at 1 5 and 25c
One big lot of handsome Dresden cover gift books, regular price 75o at 25c
Books on Bargain Square One big bargain square of children's bonks,
You should lay in a (supply for the holidays while the assortment is
complete. We have bowks f jr in "r"
at, each be, lUc, 15c, 19c, 25c
Special Sale of Dolls
Buy the kid body ': dolla now and have
them dressed in time for Christmas. We
make a special sale tomorrow of open and
shut eye, jointed limb, sewed wig, shoe
and stocking, kid body dolls f
that generally sell for I IC
The same dolls as described above in the 27-iuch tize.
These are mammoth dolls and of the best
German makes, generally sell at $2.50.
We offer them tomorrow at, each.
Sample Dressed Dolls One big table of sampie dressed dolls. These in
clude all kinds of dolU, dressed in both silk and woolen ma- f
terials; regular 5lo dolls, go tomorrow as long as they last J IT
at, each mm
The funniest fun is Ping Pong. Tables
are SO cents an hour. Bee Building par
lors, tH South Seventeenth street.
Aaaovneementa of the Theaters.
With matinee and evening performances
today this week's vaudeville bill at the
Orpheum will be brought to a close. Baby
Lund, the dainty nnd talented child, will be
the feature of special Interest for the chil
dren who attend this afternoon, while the
varied bill will have something to meet
everybody's fancy. The roster commencing
matinee tomorrow' shows Sparrow, the mad
juggler, whose sensational "stunt" Is the
first of the kind ever seen at the local
vaudeville house; Eddie Glrard of "National
Gas" and Jessie Gardner, in "The Sou
brette and the Cop;" and Leo and Chan
man, In a skit called "Wanted, a Donkey;"
Miss Kathryn Manning, from the concert
Stage, and Edith O'Reilly, formerly a comic
opera principal, rendering a repertoire of
seml-claasle songs; Belio Williams, render
Ing ooon songs; the Standard quartet and
Right oa (lie Spot
Where rheumatism pains rub Bucklen'r
Arnica Salve, the great healer. 'Twill work
wonders. Stops pain or no pay. 25c, Foi
sale by Kuhn & Co.
The funniest fun is Ping Pong. Tables
are 30 cents an hour. Bee Building par
lors, 214 South Seventeenth street.
Read how cheap you can buy a suit or an
overcoat at the big store of Hayden Bros.
Saturday. The ad Is on Page 7.
The funniest fun Is Plng Pong. Tables
are 30 cents an hour. Bee Building par
lors, 214 South Seventeenth street.'
The most gigantic clothing sale of the
year begins Saturday at the big, store of
Hayden Bros. Read about It on Page 7.
Recreation and good exercise in Ping
Pong. Tables are 30 cents an hour. Bee
Building Parlors, 214 South 17th street.
Publish your legal notices In The Weekly
liee. Telephone 2SI.
NEW EAGLES AND MORE MONEY
La.al Aerla Make Ilia Growth In
. Fonda and Membership
the Past Year.
Three hundred Eagles of Aerie No. 38
met at their lodge rooms Friday night and
elected these officers. Oeorge F. West,
worthy ' president; Jule Althous, worthy
vies president; George Tierney, chaplain
Jesse Merrltt, secretary; A. L. Drescher,
treasurer; William H. Gunsolus, conduc
tor; Dr. Charles Rosewater and Dr. M.
Ford, physicians; Joseph Sonnenberg, Os
car Amussen and A. O. Stephen, trustees.
The reports showed that whereas one
year, ago there were but ISO members in
good standing and $200 In the treasury,
tiers are now 800 members and $3,800 in
the general fund alone, without a cent of
Indebtedness. The new banner, over
. which the lodge is delighted, has just been
placed on display and will be shown at
the public installation the first Thursday
SLEEPY JUR0RS IN COURT
Condition Leads Clerk Broad well and
Fellow Cltlaen to Some Em.
John D. Hughes, tried on a charge of
highway robbery, has been found not guilty
by a Jury that went out at 6 o'clock Friday
evening and did not agree on a verdict until
2 o'clock in the morning.
Yesterday morning some of those who.had
served on that Jury were called Into Judge
Slabaugh's court and the Judge, perceiving
their sleepy condition, remarked upon the
cause. Later two more Jurors were called
In from another room and the Judge whis
pered to the clerk that be had beBt first
ascertain If they had been among those
forced to sit up.
"Were you out all night?" demanded
Clerk Broadwell, without thinking how the
The Juror addressed, who happens to bo
a churchman of considerable prominence
and high standing In South Omaha, blushed
to his ears as he answered:
"I got In about 6 o'clock."
Somebody In the back of the room snick
ered audibly and then it dawned on the
crowd that the situation had a bad aspect
and there was a general laugh, which wasn't
quieted any by the Juror's attempt to ex
plain Just how it happened that he had
been kept up so late. Tjxe excuse was good
and satisfactory, but the crowd declined to
quiet down. Clerk Broadwell states that
hereafter he will be more guarded In his
questions to gentlemen from his home city.
Plng Pong is good exercise for office wen
Tables are 30 cents an hour. Bee Building
parlors, 214 South Seventeenth street.
Is akin to insanity. Many a woman re
alizes this as she lies awake hour by
hour, peopling the darkness with phan
tana, suiting at the creaking of the bed
I or uic rustic ui
toms in general
point to disease
of the delicate
pans, and a con
stant drain of
the vital and
caunot be over
come by sleep
be cured before
the co n-s e
quences of dis
ease are re
ness aDd sleeo-
It 4a the heat of tonics and in-
rigoranta, nourishing the nerves, en
couraging me appruic muuimg
refreshing sleep. Irregularly, weaken.
I.. inflammation, ulceration and
female weakness are perfectly cured by
a My wue sick lor over eight yeas?. writes
AMMft H. Full. Eaq., of All. mom. Grundy Co..
. i,. ni.nnr dttfuit anri was treated
by two priyaicarja and got no relief. At last I
read about Dr. tMnce'a medicine and w de
nArA to tr hia 'Fivorite Prescription.' I sent
One of the largest home publications, the
Woman's Home Companion, wants a man
or woman In this city to conduct a maaa
sine route. It Is a chance for any energetic
person to work up a monthly Income 'regu
larly. If you are now canvassing for any
thing else It will be a profitable side line
tor you, and we advise that you address at
once Circulation Department, Woman's
Home Companion, Springfield, O.
rOWMBU I ll llll 1
Recreation and good exercise In Plng
Pong. Tables are 30 cents an hour. Bee
building Parlors. 214 South 17th street.
IRRIGATION SECRETARY HERE
Says Eastern Maaafaetarers Favor
Watering at Arid Lands
Ouy E. Mitchell, secretary of the Na
tlonal Irrigation association, with head
quarters at Washington, D. C, was in the
city yesterday on his return from a visit to
California and other western states.
"In California," he said, "I found an em
plre where a skeleton only would have ex
j Isted were it not for Irrigation. The peo
pie of the eaat have no Idea of the connec
tlon between the development of the far
west and the water supply. If they had there
would be no objection to any proposition
which may be asked from congress in fu
"At the present time the manufacturers
of the east are alive to the opportunity of
fered them by the development of the semi
arid regions of the west. They are spend
Ing large sums of money to force their wa
into foreign markets and now realize tha
they ran get better markets at home by de
veloplng the unused land and placing farm
era upon it.
"The people of the weat. Irrespective of
party, are much pleased with tho action of
President Roosevelt In the matter of irrl
gatlon and are well satisfied with the pres
ent congressional action, expecting mors as
the necessities require."
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duae gax eaae and aleep. tone had u4 alrpt any
BUT line oisnia. w 1 " w... . ww..u
bar 1 sent lor five more bottles aud when ahe
Very Special Saturday Offer- We again place on sale for Saturday only one
big table of t&ble tennis. This is Vie same identical gmme as ping This set
pong, has burnt wood rackets and is equal to any table tennis or ping ACn
pong set sold anywhere at tl.98: thev ao todav at
Boys' and Girls' Sleds
We Lave the largest line of every kind of sled in Oma
hathere are coasters and handsome " f V - f
girl's sleds, in prices ranging ijC TO 1 3 ?1
from . x '
DIFFERENT ABOUT MERCER
Mr. Resewater Finds Washington Has No
Interest in Congressman's Defeat
PRESIDENT'S POSITION ON FENCING LAW
Mr. Ilarrlmaa Bays He Knows So
Little About t'nlon Pacific Strike
That He Doesn't Care to
however, object to having the Union Pacific
pay mors taxes,' claiming that the present
condition is the proper one.
While in New'ToVk lr. Rosewater talked
to prominent bankers and financiers about
existing financial conditions. He says that
with the recent opposition to It In congress
there Is no danger of the passage of the
Fowler bill, and that the only financial leg
islation probablets a measure providing for
an "emergency currency," the currency to
be so heavily taxed as to make its retire
ment - Imperative when not absolutely
fcad takca the aiata bottle aha waa sound aud
. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets should b
used with Favorite Prescriptioa " when
Plng Pong is good exercise for office men.
Tables arc 30 cents an hour. Bee Building
parlors, 214 South Seventeenth street.
The new kind of General Arthur elgars
will please you U you cars for good cUara.
Edward Rosewater returned yesterday
from the east, where he visited Washington
and New York. At Washington he had two
conferences with the president over Ne
braska affairs and met five of tho members
of the cabinet, with whom he discussed
matters in this state.
I found an apparent indifference in
Washington to the defeat of Congressmsn
Mercer, both in the departments and among
the representatives," said Mr. Rosewater.
Even among the newspapers or tha city,
which took such an active interest in his
candidacy during the campaign, there
seemed to be little sorrow. The Washing
ton Post, which had beon so profuse with
Mercer cartoons during the campaign, threw
upon Its stereoptlcon sheet the picture of
big man prostrate with one large Bee
stinging the seat of his trousers. The
colored people in the departmental build
ings, for some reason, seemed particularly
well pleased with bis defeat and I was
thanked and congratulated by a number of
men of this race whom I had never seen
before. While I met the president twice,
and Secretaries Shaw, Hitchcock and Wil
son. Postmaster General Payne and Attor
ney General Knox, tho only one to refer to
Mercer's defeat was Secretary Wilson, ana
he said that from what he saw while In
Nebraska ho expected it.
I was misrepresented In dispatches sent
out from Washington saying that I waa
involved in a quarrel with the senstors
from Nebraska over the matter of the fenc
ing of the public domain in this state. I
bad a talk with the commissioner of the
land office, with the Secretary of the Iu-
terlor and with the president on the uub
ject. President Roosevelt told me that he
had the Interests of the west at heart ind
desired to do nothing to injure this section.
but he had given the cattlemen a vear in
which to prepare to remove the fences scd
now the law would be enforced. I was reo
resented with working with Colonel John
S. Mosby, a 'guerrilla,' in this matter,
certainly have no reason to love the ex
confederates, and I have never met Colonel
Mosby, but I believe that an officer of the
government should enforce the law vlthout
question, no matter what hli antecedents
may be. I bad no trouble with the sens
tors over the matter and at this time Sen
ator Dietrich stands squarely with the ares
tdent on tbls subject.
Military Maa for ladlaa Aseat.
"I was informed that the government has
under consideration the appointment of a
military man as agent at tha Omaha and
Winnebago Indian agency. There Is sn ap
parent scarcity of officers of the army who
may be removed from the line for this
work. The president has . said that If
civilian be appointed to the office he should
be a man whose residence Is so far removed
from the agency that be has no familiarity
with the surroundings."
In New York Mr. Rosewater met Mr. Har
rlman and Wlnslow Pierce of the directory
of ths Union Pacific railroad. The latter
expressed satisfaction with the editorials
of The Bee on the subject of tbs present
strike, saying that they were conservative
and fair. Mr. Harrtman professed to know
so little about the strike that he was unable
to give sn expression on the subject, saying
he' had been too busy to look It np. Mr.
Rosewater suggested that the matter be
referred to arbitration, similar to that of
the anthracite coal strike, but Mr. Harri
man said that he knew too little about It
to discuss ths matter. Mr. UaxrUnaa did.
Beglaa at Bed Rook.
neaitn, strength snd vigor depend on
digestion. Dr. King's New Life Pills makes
it perfect or no pay. Only 25c For sale
by Kuhn Co.
Pins; Pons Challenge.
Ths "Big Four" plng pong team hereby
challenges any team of four players for the
championship, the contest to consist of
twelve sets for each player. Each player
playing each member of the opposing team
three sets, ths team wlnuing the most sets
to be declared chsmplons.
Games to be played at the Plng Pong
parlors In the Bee building. Address
james La Houston, jr., secretary, care
Omaha Dally News.
Uoort roattlon open.
Good opening for a newapsper or msga
sins solicitor. Permsnent position for i
competent man. Address Twentieth Cen
tury Farmer, Bea Building, Omaha.
Saturday will be a big clothing day at ths
big store of Hayden Bros. Read the ad on
Page 7 and then attend.
Holldar Hatea Via W a baa a Railroad.
On December IS, 19, 20 and 21 the Wabash
will sell round trip tickets from Chicago
to many points in Csnsda at bait fare
Tickets good returning January 10, J903.
Call at Wabash corner 1601 Farnam street,
or address Harry E. . Moores, Q. A. P. D.
Plng Pong Is good exercise for office men
Tables are 30 eents sn hour. Bes Building
parlors, 214 South Seventeenth street.
King Cole Self-Rising Buckwheat's ths
0 Men's Over
cobJ:s on SJe
. Saturday $10
C ATURDAY we place on Bale a recent purchase of Men's Overcoats that was
pickwf up by our eastern resident buyer. They are the preatest overcoat value yon ever
saw. They are well lined, well finished, and they are well worth $ 15.00. They are made
of the finest cheviots, including a large assortment of fine black cheviots. Remember
that overcoat weather is here; you want to get the best overcoat for your money, and you
want to take no chances on the coat you happen to buy. In these coats at $10.00 we
offer the best coat on the market for the least money, and an absolute fTl "
assurance of wear and stvle I fi 1
They are $15.00 values for - -vp-nw
Boys' Overcoats and Reefers
Saturday we will offer a wonderful value
In children's reefers, sges 4 to 8
they are $2.00 values tor
ONE LOT OF REEFERS Made of fine grade blue chin
chilla, large etorm collar, casslmers
lining, sizes 8 to 14 years J SO
ONE LOT BOYS' REEFERS Made of a very fins gTads
blue chinchilla, large storm collar,
lined with the best Farmer
satin, sizes 8 to 15
BOYS' OVERCOATS AT M 00 Msde of fine grade all wool
cheviots In medium snd dark gray and fancy overplald
colors, well made and well trimmed, ages 8 to IS years,
values are up to 16.50, Q Q
BOYS' OVERCOAT;! AT 85.00 Made of genuine Irish frieze
and Cambridge cheviots, with fancy over
plalds; also fancy gray and other CJ AA
shades for boys sges 7 to 16 3el"
BOYS' OVERCOATS AT $6.60 Mads of the best Csmbrldge
cheviots, in oxford gray and black colors, lined with ths
most desirable Farmer satin lining, for .
boys sges 8 to 16 years, guaranteed L g f
to be regular $9.00 values for vJ.Ovf
LOOK OUT for DRUG SUBSTITUTQRS
When you go Into a drug store to purchase something see that you GET WHAT YOU
ASK FOR. The insidious mihutltutor is abroad in the land with his specious and
tainted plea as to why certain wares are hotter than those you call for. Reject his
Impudent, officious and unasked for advice as well as ths stuff he seeks to foist upon
you. GET WHAT YOU ASK. i'UM.
WATCH OUR PRICES
CIGAIl PRICKS STILL SMASHF.D
At SHERMAN M'CONNBLL'S.
We are receiving shipments daily of
all the well known brands of cigars.
We don"t handle the "No Name" kind.
READ OUR PRICES.
Lillian Russell cigar 9 for 25o
Henry George cigars 8 for 2oo
Cremo cigars ...8 for2io
These are all fresh.
Alexis cigars tor 25c
Torn Moure 4 for 25c
Robert Burns (10c straight
size) 8 for 25o
COME TO tTS FOR YOUR CHRIST
JtK pure 2-frraln Quinine Pills for...,
2o Mennen's Talcum Powder for..
$1.00 White Ribbon . Liquor Rem
edy, we sell
C"nn doznn White Ribbon Li a U or
Remedy, wo sell $9.00
The above remedy, prepaid by mail
or express, x.a per aozen.
13.50 Marvel Whirling Spray Syr
inge for $2.09; by mail $2.25
BOc Kilmer's Swamp-Koot. we sell.. Ml.
$1.00 Kilmer's Swamp-Root, we sell 76c
J1.00 Llsterine. we sell
600 Syrup of Figs, we sell.... 34
60o Aenew's Catarrah Cure for 40r
60c Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets for.. 39c
II. UO Stuart s uyspepnia l auieiv lor, ,3
One pound Mixed Bird Seed for.... 4
25c Brown's Bronchial Troches for 19
11.00 Wine of Cardul, we sell 6
2nc Linterlne, we sell 1
11.00 Pierce's Medicines, we sell 6.V
$1.00 Pe-ru-na, we sell 62c
WRITE FOR CATALOGUE. PER
FUMES RUBBER GOODS AND PAT
ENT MEDICINES AT CUT PRICES.
Sherman & WcOonnell Drug Go.
Wholesale and Retail Druggists. '
Corner (6th and Dodge. Omaha, Neb .
ALBERT EDH3LM, JEWELER
107 NORTH I6TH ST., OPP. P. O.
SOME CHRISTMAS HINTS
FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
Gold link buttons, plain snd with diamonds. $3.00 to $25.00. Gold match
boxes, $1S.U) to $i6.W). Gold beads, J8.00 to $W.O0. Gold neck chains and
pendants, $f10 to IS0O.0O. Gold mounted elk tooth watch charms, 15.00 to $0 00
and made to order up to 8500. Krements make 14-K beautiful gold brooches
(finest made), enameled and with diamonds, $3.00 to $20.00. Gold mounted
watch fobs, 82.50 to 830.00. Chatelaine watches, 8S.0O to 8100. Gold stick
pins, enameled, set with pearls and small diamonds, 8160 to $35.00. Fountain
pens, $1.50 to $6.00. Gold thimbles, $3.00 to 87.00. Military brushes $2.00 to $10.00
per pair. Watch for ads for suggestions for brooch and rings gifts.
The Largest Stock in the City
1516-18 Capitol Ave. OMAHA, NEB.
WANT BEATRICE TO LEVY TAX
Peanaylvaala . Coacera BrlasT Has.
daaaaa gait Asalaat Nebraska
Tawa la Federal Cosrt. '
A mandamus action was started yesterday
in the United States circuit court to compel
tha city of Beatrice to levy a tax to meet
ths Issue of paving bonds held by the
Oreenvllls National bank of Greenville, Ta.
The latter la the plaintiff in the suit and
ths sum aaked for is 84.4S0.84. The defend
ant holds that the city of Beatrice at the
time these bonds were Issued was not in
the proper class to Issue the bonds.
The court yesterday charged the Jury
In the case of Bllby against Carey and took
up the case of Gilchrist Lumber company
against the Chicago House Wrecking com
pany. The latter is a damage suit involv
If you use Graiu-0 in place of
coffee you will enjoy it just as
much for it tastes the same ; yet, it
is like a food to the system, dis
tributing the full substance of the
pure grain, with every drop.
TRY IT TO-DAY.
At (Tocaii rrarywlMr.1 lie. sa4 SM. per package.
When you purchaae a pair of
"Onlmod" $3-50 or 82.50 shoes we
share the profit with you.
We manufacture our own shoes
and sell them direct to the wearer
at factory price.'
Only men's exclusive shoe store In
Remember the price snd name Is
the same always. It's
205 So. ISth
Dapety Slate Yatertotrtaa
H. L. RAMACCIQTTI, D. V. S.
DOea and Infirmary, 2th aod aCaaoa Its.
Omaha. Neb. Telephone 38.
CLE WAN. AOS Produce RESULTS
Has Ever Been Found
in the Enamel of
The BLUE LABEL
Protictad by DsciilM of United 8titH Court
Pasted on Every Piece
If substitutes ere offered.write us
This trade-mark Is on every piece
of genuine Agate Ware.
f'vl 1520 Yt:rv
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LALANCB A CROSJEAN MFG. CO.
BW TOSK KOSTOS CHICAOO
Tho Boy's Shoos
Should be without any holes this
kind of weather. Our 81.50 shoes will
wear longer before there are 'holes
In them than any other shoe ever sold
st this price, no matter where you
They're made of good honest
leather, with good solid soles that
keep the feet dry and at the' sams
time give comfort and satisfaction.
Bring- tha boys In Saturday. Ws
hava plenty of shoes and help and
give you your money back if you
are not satisfied.
DREXEL SHOE GO.
Omaha's Up-to-Date Shoe House.
1419 FARNAM STREET.
Send for new fall catalogue.
Drunkards Can Stop
drinking If they want to, or their wives,
sweethearts, sisters or friends can make
them atop if they want to, by the use of
the great liquor cure, "WHITE RIDBOX
REMEDY." Mrs. Townsend, the secretary
of the W. C. T. U., endorses it because
she knows of many remarkable cures from
Its use, and we have had splendid results),
from patrons who have tried It. If yea
have a friend who Is a drunkard and you
wlili to redeem that friend, call on us, r
if out of town, write u.
We carry a full line of Anti
Toxin., vaccina virus,, formaldehyde
liquid and fumls;ators, etc., etc, etc
eto. The smallpox season Is Just commenc
ing and it Is well to use a little caution
as It is much easier to keep this dlseaao
away than to get rid of it after you get it.
Our store is open all night and we deliver
goods free all over the city at any hour.
Let us call for, till and return your pre
scriptions at a great saving. Try this plan
one aud see.
. W. Cor. JUa aaa Calaaco.
That we are
For fin. wines snd Liquors.
Get just what you want for table use
w. also carry a complete lino of mineral
waters. Including Abilene, te natural ear
thartle water. Agents for Hunter's Rya
and Wilson's Rye.
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Don't forget our own brand of whiskey,
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Price SI Csolf
618 Bee BWf .
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Beat Agrrl.eltaral Weekly.
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