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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 1, 1903)
TITfi OMATTA DAILY TIHT: SfXDAV. rKlUn'ARV 1. 1003.
iVILL BUILD A NEW CHURCH
Tint Baptist Congregation Coatamplatei
New IIou of Worship.
Will cost forty thousand ddllars
Itrnctnre Will rrobalily Be Krerted
t;nn on TTenl-Mnlh Avenue,
Between Farnam and
The congregation ot the' First Baptist
tuun-h probably will erect a new church
building on Twenty-ninth avenue, between
; Howard and Farnara streets. At the last
meeting of the church the committee was
authorized to enter ln'o contract with tho
owners of properly In that vicinity by
which the church will exchange Its lot at
Thir'y-flfth and Karnam streets for the
new site, paying a difference of $1,000. The
next meeting of the church will be held
Wedncmlay, at which time It Is expected
that a deed will be authorized, the delay
being caused by the rule of the church,
which require notice .of meeting to be
It is the expectation of the committee to
b"Kln the construction of the new building
as soon as possible. The church has In its
treasury about 13,000, and an equity of
jrohably $2,(;00 in the present building on
I'ark avenue, giving a working capital of
about 1.1,000, and It Is thought that the ad
ditional M'l.fluo which the church Is ex
pected to coat can easily bo raised by sub
scription among the members, nn the church
has Increased Its membership largely in
the last few months.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kern have gone east
to buy goods, returning In about two weeks.
Made from self rising On Time Corn Flour
produce a quick and wholesome breakfast.
Ilnmraerken and 1'olonlst.
The Mlspourl Pacific railway will sell
both one-way and round-trip tickets to
certain points in the southwest at one-half
the standard rates plus 32. Tickets on sale
February 3 and 17. For further Informa
tion ask any agent of the company or
Tho.i. F. Godfrey, 1'ass. and Tkt. Agl, 8, E.
corner 14th and Douglas streets, Omaha.,
Have Root print It.
Tubllsh your legal notices In The Weekly
Dee. Teelphone 238.
A. B. Huberman, only direct diamond Im
porter In the west. Cor. 13th and Douglas.
Genuine Imported beer on draught. Ed
Maurer's. 130(1 Fnrnam street.
There's only one Stoneeyphcs. He prints.
A. H. Hubermann, Jeweler, 13th and
Douglas. Quality and lowest prices guar
The, annual statement of the National
Llfo and Trust Co. of Des Moines appears
cn another page of this paper.
After the Frlco Line.
ST. LOUS. Jan. 31. The Post-Dispatch
today is authority for tho statement that
at tho meeting of the board of directors of
tho St. LouIb & San FranclBco railway sys
tem In New York February 5 a proposition
for leasing the road will be passed upon.
There are four bidders at this time, the
Pennsylvania, the Southern, the Chicago &
Northwestern and tho Rock Island. Ac
cording to a loca4-authority heavily Inter
ested in the road the contest has narrowed
down to tho Pennsylvania and the Southern.
.... . . .
Okalahoma, New Mexico,
Texas, Indian Territory and
Kansas, are almost the only
parts of the west where GOOD
land Is cheap and CHEAP
land Is good.
Investigate and you will
The low rates via the Rock
Island, February 3 and 17,
enable you to look things over
at email cost.
Ask about them.
1323 Farnan St.. Omaha.
WHAT HE SAID
OHAHA'S POPULAR PRICED
"I know- that the people of Omaha and
vicinity would pav mire for their drugs If
It were not for HOI 1 A F.FKR'S Cl'T PRICK
1RI'0 STORK., and 1 walk way pust many
(drug stores to gwt here." The above re
mark Kies to allow that the people hjh
UN TO this combination which is trying
to force the price up on drug needs.
PRICKS COCNT. but DODGKS, BI.UFKS
AND UAl'NTl.KT CATALOG SALES ARE
'.HACK N I'M HERS.
Il.oo Peruna, stamp on top
11. w IVrunu, stump off tup
i.oj nines -Nervine
.Tut Uem Catarrh Powder
..Ui Genuine Ciiftorla
l.iu PIERCE'S Discovery
1.00 Pierce's Prescription
l.O'CRAMERS K1WNEY CURE, guar
anteed !. Her s Malt Whisky
iet ever niKiy else s price, lben remem
ber '8CI I AKKER SKl.IS IT KOR LESS "
SI .Ml Gordon Cunattiun Malt Whisky....! .75
.10 iMiau's Kldnvy Pills 3y
1 Oil Chester's Genuine Pennyroyal Pills l.oo
l.fti Ti nii'lution Tonic, new block 25
.60 Pozxonl's Face Powder 22
.'.T Grave's Tooth Powder " 'in
.Ut Wlmrd OH yj
Two I'bonea T4T and TUT.
V. Cor. luih and Chicago Sts.
Other Patent Hedltlnsa at Equally
We fill prescriptions
accurately, with purest
drugs at lowest prices.
Xhas. E. Lathrope, Pharmacist
Cor. 24th and Hamilton, 'Phone AH2
Just a little snap
-for a few days
before we dis
play our new
row Monday at 8 a.
m. (and as long as they
last) we are going to have
a little N ,
at our store! '
QUK recent very success
ful Suit Sale left ua with
a little over a hundred odd
lengths just about long
enough (o cut up into
Never mind the
JT'S our aim to get rid of
them as quickly as possible
as we want their room
in a few days to display
our new Spring Woolens.
THEY'RE yours to
5, $6 $7
gVER take advantage of
SK your friends who
are regular patronB here.
'pIIE prices tomorrow, will
be tempting enough,, to
cause you to buy them, for
next season's wearing, if
not in need of them now.
But We Won't Sell
An Old Soldier Says About
Cramer's Kidney and Liver
Cure No t a Single
OMAHA, July 19. I900.-Cramer Chemical
Co., Albany, N. Y.: Gentlemen I have
been afflicted for the past five years with
kidney trouble and tried every remedy that
could be found, with no permanent relief.
My cape wan getting serious. I could get
no sleep, was restless and nprvous. My
strength was leaving me. and I had no de
sire to work. 1 felt bad all the time In
fact, was so discouraged to think there
was no relief for me whatever I did and
had no faith In medicines. Peeing so many
good testimonials from Omaha people about
Cramer's Kdney Cure. I called on one and
asked what no tnought. He told me that
it was the best medicine In the world and
advised me to try It. I bought a bottle
and after taking about one-half of It be
gan to feel better and stronger and after
taking four bottles I am today a well man,
and 1 cannot say too strong words for this
wonderful medicine, and should 1 ever
again be a sufferer from kidney trouble I
wouldn't be without It If I hnd to pny JiO
a. bottle for It. J. C. GRKEN.
Genuine fresh Cramer's Kidney and Liver
Cure may be tound In two sizes, 60c for 40c;
1U sizes for ic, at
tl f CUT PRICK
OCliUUIUr 5 DRUG STORE
16th and Chicago Sts., Omaha.
All goods delivered free In the city. Open
all night. Two telephones, .4i and i97.
Dcrey & Stone Furnituro Co
In the West
Advance spring styles In Furni
ture are already arriving new
Ilrass and Iron Beds, lressers,
Chiffoniers, Buffets, China Cases,
I lining Tables, etc., now on display
extra good values In tho follow
at $17.00, J1S.00, $10.00, $20.00,
$:l.50, $22.o0, 323.60 and $25.00.
NEW IRON BEDS
In all the latest colorings, at $S,50,
$10.00, $12.50, $13.50. $16.00, $18.00
NEW BUFFETS and SIDEBOARDS
t $16.75, $22.50, $26.00, $28.00, $33.00, $38.50, $43.50 and $48.00.
NEW CHINA CASES
latest designs, at $17.60, $18.50. $21.00, $22.50. $24.75 and $31.00.
NEW DINING TABLES
quarter oak, at IU.50, $17.00, $22.50, $26.60, $27.50, $29.50 and $11.00.
NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY
Dewey & Stone Furniture Co.,
i i . Li
n Al X HI
If U s--r
8mZT KKL-NU- i MY rUMUCf.
A positive cure tor sweaty feet, hands and excessive persplratloi,
under the arms; cures corns, bunions and chilblains; saves gloves
shoes and clothing. Special office treatments. Consultation free
Price, 50c. If your druggist hasn't It, accept no other, but send to
Mayer, Manf., 512 Bee Bldjr., Omaha. .Phone 1716.
DrexePo $3.50 Specials
We don't claim to sell a Drex L.
Shoemau's $5 value for $3.50, but we'
do claim to sell the biggest value In
N Omaha for $3.50. Why? Because It
adds nothing to our expense selling
these special men's shoes and we put
what would be the expense If we sold
no other kind Into the quality of the
shoe, and In that way really give a
$4.50 value for only $3.50. These spe
cials are made In same styles as the
higher priced shoes and give tho
same comfort patent leather, en
amel, box calf and vlcl kid, extra
heavy double soles, wide edges, rope
stitched around sole and heel. The
men that wear them will tell you
they have no equals.
DREXEL SHOE GO.
Omaha's Up-to-Date Shoe Hou:
1419 PARNAVl STREET.
Be sure you are in the right dental office
before having your teeth mended.
BAILEY, THE DENTIST
3rd Floor Paxton Block.
Thursday one-third oft on fillings, crowns and bridge work, v
More Than Two
pair to any one
DON'T look at the fabrics
in our windows if you
need your money for other
'Tr mm mi 111111 ii u
209-211 South 15th SI
Our patent tearther full dress
shoes for both men and women
are the correct and fashionable
Our women's patent calf or
patent kid lace shoe, with dull
kid top, plain toe, Is the acm
of god style and perfect til
ting. Our patent leather an 1
vlt'l kid strap slippers, plain or
with ornaments, are the prettl
ext and most fashionable party
ttllppers Bhown In the city.
Our men's patent calf lace,
with dull kid tops and plain
toes; or our patent calf button,
with dull kid or cloth tops and
pltiln toes, are the correct and
swell thing In men's full dress
We can fit you correctly and
comfortably fur any ocaslun.
1 m . 1 llul
The surprised smile of thor
ough satisfaction makes Its ap
pearance on the face of every
one who for the first time trios
The quality Is thero and It
makes Itself manifest. Every
family t-hould keep a case on
Metz Bros. Brewing Co.
Telephone 119, Omaha.
Or Jacob Neumnyer, agent,
care Neumayer Hotel, Council
i Our Drug Prices
25o Cascarettes ISc
60c Cascarettes 39c
25c Bromo-Seltzer l!c
6oc Bromo-Seltzer 39o
Carter's I.lver Tills 14c
25c Chamberlain's Cough Cure lite
&c Chamberlain's Cough Cure S!c
i Packer's Tar Soap 14c
25c Plso Cure 13
$1.00 Scott's Kmulslon 74c
Hall's Catarrh cure tic
' Jayne's Vermifuge 29c
Hall's Hair Kenewer 74c
Wood Alcohol, quart 25c
Witch Hazel, pint 15c
Pear's L'nscented Soap 12o
i 47U Soap 120
Swish! And .the Cut
Prlce Ax falls off come
the price's profit-heads In
come tho eagrr customers
and out goes our fabrics.
This week, $30.00 suits
lopped off to $25 $S.OO
trousers chopped to $6. 50
are bringing people In and
ending fabrics out In
rrowds. Have you been
ono of the crowd yet? Re
member theBe bfters end
Saturday, Febuary 7th.
1710-12 Farnam St
Phone 1508. Be: Building
Court House is opposite.
This is a copy of the Label
pasted on each piece of the
Our last "ad" stated that "FICHRE3
IJON'T LIE." We herewith present u few
choice selections from Sunday's Bee "ads,"
In which the JONKS' we'll call the drug
cutters JONKS) claim their llgures are the
lowent. Now the left-hund column U
JONKS. Figures, T1UCY DON'T L.1K. and
the right-hand column Is Fuller. We will
give lla.oo to the perxon who can figure
out that the JoNES' are lower than Fl'I
Jones' Price. Fuller's.
7"C Pcott's Emulolon C"c
Sic dude's Pepto Mungan Tic
Jl 14 S. S. S. $1 05
4ic Kondon Catarrh Jelly 3oc
2"c Kondon Catarrh Jelly lie
4o omega Oil 3ic
-"H5 Dunderine lie
Tie Hood's Suraparllla Cic
l'-'c Pierce's Pellets lie
S'O Burkhart's Compound 3 c
74c Burkhart's Compound 6i:
4"C Casciirettes Sic
'-""c Cascurettes lie
7io P.ROMO BKUTER 6"c
4 c Chamberlain's Cough Cure 3,!e
w oescina Tc
6jC Alltrla, Cordial Tic
Which column has lowt figures?
Fuller Drug & Paint Co.
114 5. 1 4th Street. Tel. 349.
Stephens & Smith
Opposite Post Office
$2.50 and $J qualities for
J. M. JOHNSON,
TRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST.
N. W. Cor. ititfc ui WeUsttf. 11 , ViZ.
as a goarantee of AOSOIUIB rUIIIJ.
LABEL) Sustained by V&. Circuit Court.
WAMB OF UTEKSH.
rb. il lata.
ADtlyst No. TI.no. Hsw York, Dm. T, ISM.
We bT. nada s earaful lunloaUna of
UDP). ot " AoM Nlokrl Bul War " reoa)Ta4
Om mwimI eoatiof Is kooaofaiMom o
thlokoaaa, and sraat purity.
Ilk) mSrcJv frm from sink mm an mm,
mmmy mataitaaoftaofoua Inanantalaosw)
" Very raapeoUullT,
rnLLwsLL it oLADDrno,
ffi)M. (o utm Haw Tork Frsduo uobaawK
vm k . iuaxm, i iL.rk.iv n. iuh
AiiaJraki Ko7ll.li Vww loin, May i. IW7.
euruiu t-Aa raquoatrd by too. , wm u
la Um opaa jnarkat a aaiapla of "
Nlukel Kiwi Wara"aod have mod a aanful
otiamigai seal; as of ti anamai svTartOfl vi mm
Waan4 tbtoaoamal b atmHuUla pw and Vf
from Armnie, Antimony. Lmul and oar avA
IUMW (ntarlow Co haalik. t a can. tbarafup
SMtid It for all ouUnary swl aruuuaaj
CWmWU to tha M. V.Matal Bioaaaa.
EumlaH Dsn&it Cutel ul Atoinau mi
NO POISON .
Ha Ever Beta Found in the Enamsl of .
Agate Nickel-Steel Ware
Sold H Firtt-rUn Effort muni mm J Hn"f
Jurmukimg ittertl. Stndttr mm Btoklit,
Lalance & Qrosjeaa M'g. Co.,
ncw yosit oto) cwicaaoj
Hayden's Profit-Sharing Carnival Is now under way.
Ask about It.
Nw spring suits, new sprlnR waists, new srrlng skirts
rrlrlnK by fver express. Now models In UJlos" suits Just
arrived by express, for Monday's selling, at $13.75, lis.oo,
:'0.00, $25.00 snd $30.00.
New white waists In the heavy vestlngs, In all sizes, at
$1.50, $2.00, $.'.50, $1.00, $5.00 and $6.00.
Extra Specials for Monday Morning
At 8 o'clock we put on sale Ettelson's stock
of wrappers at i)So, 69c, 4fc and ,
At 9 o'clock we place on sale children's
Jackets, left from our $3, $3. CO and $4 lines, at .
Also 100 ladles' and misses' walking skirts
At 10 o'clock women'a silk dress skirts, Also 100 women's tallor-raude suits that
that sold up to $15.00,
sold up ns high aa $15.00 and
GRIND RIBBON SALE
One line of new Spring Rlbhons goes on sale Monday.
30o liberty taffeta ribbons,
f S5c LJlort'r taffeta ribbons.
This line of Ribbons Is the new, strictly up-to-datq, stylish Ribbon for the com
ing season, is of a beautiful luster and s soft finish.
25c Plain taffeta ribbons,
15c rialn taffeta ribbons,
10c Plain taffeta ribbons,
No. 2 Satin and gros. grain rib
bons, per bolt of 10 yards
Letting Down the Prices on Canned Goods
I'eaehes, eastern ack,
IVaches, yellow Crawford,
l'eachrs, l.einun Cling,
reaches, white henth, IT 1 .
California I I iC
1'cars. California. 3-lb
Hayden Bros. Letting Down Prices on Groceries
per pkg ,
2-1 b. ran
2-1 b. can
1 can Mus
Fancy San Jose
5- lb. pkg Yankee
Oats with prize..
B-lb. pkg Banner
Oats with prise..,
6- lb. pkg Haxtnn
Oats with prize..
N. Y. Evaporated
M. O. Evaporated
J .Topolis Cleaned
Notice of Trustee's Sale of W. R. Bennett Cos
Bankrupt Stock and Other Property.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that In pursuance of an Order of the Court made
on January 22nd, 1903, I will on February 10th, 1903, at the hour of 10 o clock, A. M.,
with authority to adjourn from time to time until ' such sale Is closed, at Court
Room No. 1, in the Federal Building, third floor ot the United States Postofflce In
the City of Omaha,' Nebraska, offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder for cash
the stock of merchandise snd fixtures of W. R. Bennett Co., now contained In the
store building, occupied by the W. R. Bennett Co.. at the corner of liith and Harney
atreets In the City of Omaha, Nebraska, and in ita ware room at 18th unl Cepltol
Avenue in the City ot Omaha, Nebraska, including the good will and right to tho usa
of the name of W. R. Bennett Co.; also the horses, wagons, harness and stable equip
ments used in connection with the said business of the W. R. Bennett Co.; also all
right, title and Interest of the W. R. Bennett Co. la and to the following described
real eEtate, to-wit: I
Lot one (1) and two (I( and the east 2-3 of lot three (3) and lot five
(5), block one hundred and forty-six (146), Llty of Omaha;
Said merchandise wlll'tlrst be offered In departments as followa: A
Jewelry, stationery, gun, hardware, furniture, meat, shoe, toy, drug,
candy, cigars and tobacco, grocery, woodenware. trunk, art, crock
ery, carpet, live-stock, a,la(a rigs, fixtures, etc.
The real estate will also be offered for aale separately.
Ttin .nlln nb nf tnarx 11 a nil I. A n1 fltlirea an1 hnniu harnna. u.onn.
atable equipments, and roal estate of the bsnkrupt, except Lot five (5) in Reed's
Second Addition to Omaha, will then be offered In bulk, and If the bid for all of the
above described property In bulk shall exceed the total of the bids for the separate
departments, then the said property will be sold aa a whole In bulk, otherwise in
separate departments. r
The said merchandise and personal property will be aold subject to the taxes for
The real estate will be sold subject to tsxes and liens of record
All bids will be received and excepted, subject to the approval ot the Court.
Bidders whose bids are accepted will be required to deposit with the Trustee
when the bid Is accepted, either in cash or by certified check, twenty-five per cent
(25 per cent) of the bid, the balance ot such bid to be paid upon confirmation of
the sale by the Court and delivery of possession of the property purchased.
An Invoice of tho said property, except fixtures, horses, and wagons h,as been
made at a cost the same being in the following sums to-wit:
Jewelry $ g.2.54
Rigs, etc S.145.79
, 8 909.76
Art 5,216 42
cigars and Tobacco
The Invoice of all aaid property may be examined at any time by parties desir
ing to examine the same with a view of buying by calling upon me at the W. R.
Bennett Company store, corner of 16th and Harney streets, Omaha, Nebraska, at
any time between tnis aate ana toe date of sale.
I will also offer for sale at the same time and place to the highest bidder for
cash, Lot five, (5), Reed's second addition to the City of Omaha, one bond Omaha
Country Club; certain chares of stock ami bonds Fair & Speed Association.
Edgar E. Hastings,
Trustee of W. R. Bennett Co., Bankrupt
FREE TO ALL-Until Feb. 20
Our free clinic prices extended until February 20.
We want every man. woman and child to have their
teeth examined by the professor of this college. No
student to practice on you. but old. experienced, relia
ble, accurate, expert dentists. Hocclallsts In each de
partment. v or guaranteed iu yeurx.
We are here to stay. Incorporated
under state luwa.
Full Set of Teeth from. . . .f.'I.OO
Uold Crown a from 92. Hit
Alaiulaum IMate from , siS.cm
Teeth Uxtrm-tetl Free.
Filling; from 'Me.
Work, done free. Stun
rnarse for material.
Union College of Painless Dentisfry
Koom 4, 15U Do agl as.
Opes dally (III t.
SuMda), 1U to 1.
All UP-TO-DATE BUSINESS HOUSE
is Judged more or less by the Stationery used In carrying on lta correspondence. No
matter whether your business standing is of long or short duration you can't afford
to use an Inferior class ot Stationery.
We have the facilities and the material for the execution of Orst-ciaia Engraving
ot all kinds.
BUSINESS, BANK, PROFESSIONAL AND PRIVATE STATIONERY
Prices reasonable and consistent with good workmanship.
THE MOYER STATIONERY CO.,
'220-222 SOUTH 16th ST. x
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