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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 7, 1903)
e most exquisite Millinery
Show in town is our. No
liner tine of select Easter fash
ons has ever been seen in the
145 Doz. Trimmed Hats
S5.Q0 and S3.50
$i3.oo, $i2.oo, $1000
Tailor Made Ilata
$12.00 to 75c
GREAT OPENING WEEK BARGAINS
IN THE BASEMENT
A good. can opener, for . ....3c
A good paring knife, for. ...3c
A good egg whip, for ....... 1 C
Jim Toasters, for 19c
Wire Potato Masher for. . . .5c
A good Wash Basin, for....5c
Thousands of other bargains
quite as good.
HARNESS N BASELSEHT
Will you need a new robe
next winter? That seems to be
looking a long ways ahead, but
it will pay you to think about it
This week we will make a re
20 For Gent
, On all winter goods in order to
avoid storing them until next
OUR HARNESS DEPART
MENT has been increased to
five times its former size. It
will pay you to come to us
when in need of anything in the
horse furnishing line.
Toilet Soaps in
Kirk's Turkish Bath Soap (or 4o
Kirk's Floating Tax Soap (or Bo
Kirk's Purs Glycerine, (or ...... So
Honey Dew Soap, (or ..4o
Cooo Oil Soap, (or 4a
Kirk's Daisy Soap, per cake, So, box.. 15o
Armour La Vtolletts, 60 cake, box 15o
come castiis (imported) zoo, oaks 80
The eompleteat lias of Drugs and Pat
ent Medicines that's possible, aU at eat
rats drug prices.
LEAGUERS BEAT CREICHTONS
Bowke Ilea Small Ball Ortr tb. Lot it
Th.lr Own Will
SEVERAL NEW PLAYERS ARE TRIED OUT
JBraner and O'Neill Ptrtorai SatUfave
tllr t th Plteker'a Box a
SsUIaar Da Oeo lark
Behlata tk Bat.
Yesterday afternoon ths Rourka mea took
a few creases out of ths record that they
bad Ironed Into them by ths Originals.
What they did to ths Crelghtoa boys was
simply horrible. After ths first Inning
they took a great big lead and ' smashed
the ball all over the lot until ths gams
Bruner and O'Neill wers both tried for
the horns team and showed up well. Bruner
let them down (or four hits and three runs
In five Innings and O'Neill gavs them
three mors alts and one run in ths next
four Innings. Fullmer was also tried be
hind the bat during the latter part of the
game and did very well.
For Crelghton Welch did ths star work,
tooth In ths field and at the bat
Ths Omahas and Frank Seles's Chicago
Nationals meet this afternoon at Vinton
Street park for ths first of a ssrtes of three
games. Oams called at 1:10.
' AB. R.
IB. PO. A. E.
Carter, rf... 7
12 0 0
Wflfly, ii s
Wrltt-ht, lb., M
Oinfni, m. 4
IKiIan, es 1
Stewart. 2b S
i Patterson, Sb...
Thomas, c. ............. I
Kullmrr, o ... t
Bruner, p t
O'Neill, p...... 4
Totals ...45 18 1 27 14 4
AB. R. IB. PO. A. K.
. Crelghton, Sb 4 1 0 2 6 2
Oossidy. 2b 4 114 0 2
titone, lb 2 10.01
. Welch, m 4 12 4 1.
Kehoe. rf 4 0 1 0 0
Ionium. . 4 112 12
O Keofe, c 4 114 2 1
. Delaney, If 4 0 1 0 0 1
prendergast, p 4 0 0 4 0 0
Totals SS I "l U 1
Omaha 0 2 4 1 2 2 i 1 II
Three-base hit: O'Keefe. Two-base hits:
Patterson, I. liases on balls: OA Wruner,
I; off O'Neill, 1; off Prendergast, 7. Hit
' by pitched ball: By Prenderxast, I. Struck
out: by Bruner, S; by O'Neill, 1: bv Pren
' dersTiSt, 1. Double plays: Btewart to
Wrfaht. Htewsrt to Iolan to Wright,
Crelghton to Stone. Stolen bases: Genlns
U). Carter. I'atterson. Thomas, Fullmer,
(VNeill. Crelghton. Welch, Prendergast.
Left on base: Omaha, t; Crelghton, 7.
tased ball: O'Keefe. Wild pitch: Pren
ergast. Time: 2:00.
t tf.B WTtjrWff YVrlfrTtXSttl OfX
TThn RnnfintT' RiinlV !f fiUni Our PcnnS week and our preparations for it speak plainer than words
I! IIV ISiUblUl yyllbll lb dill for the certainty of Great Easter Sales! It is because every piece of
goods in our immense stocks will go at a price that the slimmest purse will take delight in meeting!
From the many very kind expressions of customers and visitors on Saturday we are confident we can and will
outshine eVery other Easter Sale in Omaha. Half a million dollars' worth of everything in new, clean, up-to-date
merchandise at the meekest prices ever quoted in the west :all for you. Thirty 'phones. Ring up 137.
We-have values at these prices that
most stores get $20.00',
Somo Special Prises
Sample Hata, worth 1 150, at 50C
Bample Hats, worth $2. 50, at .QQ
Sample Hats, worth $3.00, at ,5Q
Sample Hats, worth $4.00, at 2.00
Better grades at 2.50, 3.00, 3.50, 4.50, buy your Eas
ter hat at Bennett's.
In ill till latest tljlts, shapes; 50c neckwear at 25c; $1 neckwear at 50c
Suspenders, Collars and Cuffs, Shirts, Underwear,
Everything Man or Bof needs,
CONFIRMATION BOYS' SUITS
10 to 20 years long trousers suits.
We will sell tbosa ALL. WOOL and WORSTED CASSIMERE
Suits all ths new apring and summer styles, blues and
blacks as well, $15.00 values, at. ...... . ..
GAMES WITH SELEE'S TEAM
Omaha to Clash Tare Tines with
the Chleasr Nationals at
Frank Selee and his Chicago Nationals
reached Omaha at 6 yesterday After
noon, coming from the west, and on Tues
day afternoon will meet Papa Bill's boys
at Vinton park. This series will be of
much value to the local fans, for In the
arnes the real strength of Omaha will be
eeted. Among the Chicago players are
several prime local - favorites, such as
glade, who once cavorted around in middle
field for Omaha; Johnny Kling. the
scrsppy little catcher who was with St.
Joseph; Tinker, the Denver third baseman,
and Jakle Welmer, who did such nice work
tor Kid Nichols' team last summer. It
ought to be a treat for ths fans. The teams
will play on Tuesday, Wednesday and
Tnursaay, me games Deing caiiea at :3U
KANSAS CITY FRANCHISE SOLD
Boras and Packard Said ta Hare Pur
chased tho Tsa Braat
Iaternta. ' .
KANSAS CITT. April ..-JIBtvclai' Tele
gram.) Following tho ansouncrtneift of the
sale of the St. Joseph Weetern league
franchise a few days ago; an evening paper
tonight Trinta a- story to the effect that
the Kansas City Western league team has
passed Into the hands of Burns and Pack
ard ownera of the Denver and Colorado
W. T. Van Brunt, who owned a control
Ing Interest In both the Kansas City and
bt. Joseph teams, la now a resident of
New York and the report that he would
dispose of his holdings In both cities has
been current' for some time.-
Details as to the transfer of the Kansas
City franchise are not obtainable tonight,
aa no one connected with the rlub la in
the city. Manager Charles Nichols, It Is
said, will remain with the team at his
present salary of H.euo a year.
Philadelphia Nationals' Wis.
PHirADELPHIA, April - The Nationals
beat the American league team at base ball
tooay i to 0. The soorei
National .... .0000 '0 000 21 2 2
American ... VOOOOOOOO 00 4 :
. Batteries: National, Mitchell and Roth
American, WadUell and Bohreckengoat.
umpires; juoran ana Smith.
, Ysskiss Collesr Wtssrr.
YANKTON, 8. D., April 1 (Special Tele-
5 ram.) The Yankton collage bu bail nine
efeated the Bioux Falls team her In the
first game of the season by the score of
Star Cottaa Attala Vletarioas.
RAN rRATjmHrv-l InHI lln..
. - -v, w. J1ll, Will-
nlng last week at oddc. of 80 to 1. Star
TflE OMATTA DATLY IXT.V.i TUESDAY,
W u . 1 flflaos
$22.50 for the same suits.
g ioods Hep!
Cotton came out again today at Oakland
quoted at 40 to 1 and gained a nose victory
over Ulessed Damozel. one of the heavily
supported starters in the third race. Close
finishes were the rule during the afternoon.
Fine weather prevailed and the track was
First race, six furlonsra. spllinv: Tval
Maxim won. Missile second. Propeller third.
Second race, one-half mile. splHnr: Ra-
velena won, Boland second. The Mighty
wiiru. lime; u:4.
Third race, one mile and a sixteenth.
selling: Star Cotton won. Blessed Damosel
second. Mission third. Time: 1:49.
Fourth race, eleven-sixteenths of a mile.
selling: Onyx won, The Major second,
Bomenos third. Time: 1:0.
Fifth race, thrae-ouartera nf a mlla aell.
Ing: Bassenio won, Mnraschlno second.
Bugden third. Time: 1:16.
Sixth race, one mile, curse: Orslna won.
Leader second, Sweet Tooth third. Time:
TOMMY FOSTER WINS BY NECK
norses Keep Bid by Sid All
WASHINGTON. April ..A fine card, a
track a bit soft in spots, but so good as to
be almost fawt, and perfect weather com
bined to afford excellent sport at the Iten
nlngs track today. Three favorites, one
second choice and two outsiders won.
Jockeys Red fern and Burns each rode two
winners and one place horse. The third
was tne prettiest race ot the day, Tommy
Foster, with Burns up, and Merrymaker,
ridden by Redfern. running nearly neck
and neck for the entire seven furlonRs,
Burns winning on Tommy Foster by a neck
in tne last lew Jumps. Kesults:
First race, five and one-half, furlongs:
Dr. Baylor won, Klolm second. Turnpike
third. Time: 1:00.
Second race, for maidens and winners of
one race, mile and forty yards: Cloche d'Of
won, mollis reyton second, "Alma Ulrl
third. Time: 1:46.
Third race, eight furlongs. Selling: Tommy
Foster won. Merrymaker second. Meister.
slnxer third. Time: 1:27 2-6.
Fourth race, four and one-half furlongs,
selling: LJstaway won. Eclectic second,
Mnglc Flute third. Time: 0:6".
Fifth race. handlcaD. six furlomrs: Anrll
Shower won, Tugal Bey second. Himself
third. Time: 1:14 3-5.
Sixth race, for maidens and winners of
ono race, mile and forty yards: Duke of
Kenal won. Wheeler B second, Channel
third. Time: 1:45 1-6.
Bookies Are Worsted at Memphis.
MKMPH78, April . The talent worsted
the bookmakers today in five of the six
events. 'Four decided favorites won. wh!'e
Crest, the second choice In the steeplechase,
probably carried mo' money than Ceylon,
The Country Club handicap for S-year-olda
and upward at one mile was the feature
race and eight starters faced the barrier.
Waswlft, from the Tlchenor string, was a
pronounced favorite at odds on. with Harry
New second choice.
Tomorrow the Tennessee Derby will be
contested and six high-class 3-year-olds
are named to start. Rightful, the Bchorr
candidate, with Bullman up, waa the fa
vorite in tonight's betting, while Banter Is
mlllng close up. Claude, the California
Derby winner, has many followers. The
weather tonight Is cloudy and threatening
First race, mile and seventy yards, sell
ing: Farmer Jim won, Alfred C second.
Cogswell third. Time:- 1:49.
Second race, four and one-half furlongs:
Mnlrnos won. Mvron Dale aecond. Flo Rob
third. Time: 05714. " 0
Third race, aeven furlongs; Flo Car
line won, Avoid second, Sarah Maxim third.
Time: 1:29 3-5.
Fourth race, one mile, the Country Club
handicap, 0 added: Emehe won. Hua
sah secu.id. Harry New third. Time: 1:41
Fifth rave, steeplechase, about a mile
and one-quarter: Crest wob, Klngalong
second, Bv Hue third. Time: 2:6li
Sixth race, four furlongs, selling: Benefi
cent won, Claremout second, Salto third.
Pattea Lode Representatives.
Patten lodge No. 173. Ancient Order of
I nited Workmen, last night elected the
following representatives to the errand
lodge session, whlc'j will be held at Grand
Island on May 11: Delegatea, J. M. Bald
win, t'hur'es Hosewater, O. W Newman,
William Weohara, II. M Bright and A CJ
Gibson; alternates. W. M. Knapp P Mel-
cniors. n. luiiuuuen. u. fklmer, J. J
The LARGEST, GOf.l
selection of high grade
Thirty Different Brands.
Each one world-renowned and
SOLD ON OUR
Sheet Music and riuslcal ilerchandlse
at Bargain Prices.
Mapla Cream Dates
per lb .'
I per lb : -
per lb .,. .. .
per lb ...... ....
Bait Peanuts '' " " '
per lb ...... ...'."." .. .. .
Large line ot Easter' novelties and Easter
ELECTION OF M'RINLEY CLUB
H. k Fostsr Defeats E 0. Eadden and T.
If. Martin for President .
SECOND BALLOT NECESSARY JO DECIDE
Annual Reports Show the Organisa
tion In Growing; and Prosperous
Condition Campaign Commu
te for City Election.
There was a largely attended and en
thusiastic gathering of the McKlnley club
at the Millard hotel last evening, being
the occasion of the annual meeting of the
organization. Nearly 100 active and honor
ary members were present.
The meeting was called to order about
1:15 In ths cafe, but It was soon manifest
that the quarters wers too small, and an
adjournment was taken to the reading
room. President Frank Crawford presided,
with Charles O. McDonald as secretary.
The list of members in arrearages for dues
for the last six months was read and they
were declared suspended. A .motlou pre
vailed suspending ths regular order ot
business and that the club should at once
proceed to the election of officers for the
The first ballot for president resulted:
H. A. Foster, 28; E. C. Hodder, 20; E. M.
Martin, 10. There being no choice, a sec
ond ballot was taken; resulting: Foster,
30;' Hodder, 19; Martin, 10. Mr. Foster,
having received a majority of all the votes
cast, was declared elected, and the election
was subsequently made unanimous.
Mr. Foster was called for and thanked
the club for the honor bestowed and said
he would try to mak the organisation as
much of a success in the future as it had
been In the past under the presidency of
I Frank Crawford.
Nathan Bernstein was named for one ot
the three vies presidents, but declined to
permit his name to go before the meeting.
Charles B. Prlchard's name was also pre
sented for first vice president, but he de
cllned because of his contemplated re
moval from the city. The name of E. N.
Martin was then presented and he was
unanimously elected. A like honor was
bestowed on Frsnk Crawford for second
vice president and upon C. A. Battells for
third vies president.
Sidney Smith Is Secretary.
Sidney Smith was elected secretary on
ths first ballot and Clyde Sundblad was
elected treasurer. Joe Morrow was unani
mously elected sergeant-at-arms. B. A.
Wells and Fred Shotwell of South Omaha
and Homer Waelchl of Omaha wers elected
members ot ths board of directors, who,
with the president and secretary, constitute
ths full board. Ths chair then appointed
Harry Leavltt, Dan Riley and Fred Shot
well as the auditing commutes for ths en
A vols of thanks wss extended ths re-
Used by people of refinement
for oyer a quarter of a century
RC FARED BY
APRIL 7. 1003.
Special attraction for Tuesday morning fine Melton Walking
Skirts, flare cut, lots of stitching, straps and but- O CQ
tons, the making should cost $3 we will sell them at'sCaUCJ
Women's White Wash Waists
At 50c, fine India linon, pointed yoke,, with satin, bars and in
sertion, all sizes you can't touch them in other stores at less
than 90c, our Easter week price 50c. At 69c, fine India linen,
vertical tucked front and back, a stunning fl.00. -waist, QQq
At 9Sc Fancy self-stripe canvas, open embroidery yoke, large
pearl buttons, large puff sleeves a new one-fifty ClHt
wist at ClOU
100 dozen Side Hose Supporters, black, white and fancy
colors, worth up to 20c, on sale at per pair
500 dozen Val Edges and Insertion, from to 1$ inches,
worth up to 5c yard, on sale at dozen yards
50 pieces Wash Taffeta Mbbon, "All Silk," in neck and sash
widths, worth up to 20c yard on special sale at if
a yard 14c and '.. llu
Buy the baby a Cap or Bonnet for Easter. Before you select
it come and see our dainty Lawn and Lace Bonnets and Hand
Knit Silk Hoods, and "Pique Sun Bonnets, all for girls. For little
boys we have handsome Pique Hats. Our prices are made es
pecially for Easter week. '
We are showing a few choice styles in Jap Silk Kimonas, very
elegant patterns and colorings prices at $5.50 O OE
tiring officers and to the Millard hotel man
agement for the use ot the room for the
The affairs of the club were shown to
be In s prosperous condition, with $117 in
the treasury and no lebts, and an active
membership of over xuO. Nine new active
members and one honorary member were
elected at last night's meeting.
The following campaign committee of the
club has been appointed for' the coming
municipal campaign: Chairman, C. E.
Park, Fourth ward; secretary, O. S. Er
win, Seventh ward; J. J. Pearson, First
ward; Charles E. Foster, Second ward;
Dan J. Riley, Third ward; Sidney W. Smith,
Fourth ward; H. O. Counsman, Fifth ward;
J. B. Fradenburg, Sixth ward; E. J. Neville,
Seventh ward; H. A. Foster, Eighth ward,
and C. G. McDonald, Ninth ward.
HAIR WON'T FALL Ol'T
If Yon Kill the Dandruff Germ with
the New Treatment.
John N. Fuller, a well known citizen of
Colfax. Wash... ssys: "I had dandruff so
badly that it caked on my scalp. Herplcide
completely cured me." Oeorge H. McWhlrk
of Walla Walla. Wash., says: "Herplcide
completely cured me of a bad case of dan
druff of thirty years standing." Thoy took
the only really sensible treatment, a rem
edy that destroys the dandruff germ New-
bro's Herplcide. Stop dandruff, hair won't
fall out, but will 'grow naturally, luxuri
antly. Allays itching Instantly and makes
hair glossy and soft as silk. At druggists.
One bottle will convince any doubter ot its
Wabash R. R.
St. Louis and return 111. 60. Sold April
28-27-29-30 and May 1. New Orleans snd
return, April 11-12-13, CTay 1-2-S-4. In
formation, City Office, 1601 Farnam St., or
address Harry E. Moores. O. A. P. D.,
PUPILS AT WORK ONCE MORE
Public Schools Reopen After Week's
Vacation with but Slight
Ths public schools reopened Monday after
ths spring vacation of one week, "as though
there had been no Interruption," according
to Superintendent Pearse. The enrollment
so far as could be determined Is Just about
ths same as It has been, with two or three
exceptions every teacher Is at her post and
all of the buildings and rooms are fit and
ready for occupancy. Pupils of the Mon
mouth Park school found their building In
a new part of the grounds, where It had
been moved to make room for ths new
structure to be built, while at the Vinton
school things had been freshened snd
brightened by new paint. Improvements
hav been mads In the manual training
and biology departments of the High school
and new furnaces put in at tho Long and
Long Annex schools.
Walker Inquest Today.
The Walker Inquest, which waa to havs
been held Monday afternoon before Corener
uraiiey. will be held this afternoon at
o'clock. At that hour County Attorney
Entrllsh will be present and listen to the
testimony, which will have an liniMirtnnt
bearing on the subsequent proceedings to
do insiuuiea against rat jacason, in
rlayer of Walker.
Horse In Detective Hole.
Mrs. Amelia Hawes of tV St Mary's
avenue last week reported the theft of $30
to the police, along with the description of
the man who is supposed to have stolen
the money. He was described aa being
namen ernmiat, a tiernua. small, naxen
haired and with a mole in the corner of
hT?th" nam "f Charles Schmidt of 3S-.
iJji ,fvnue Council Bluffs, wandered
.f."7 BUbI ft Eighteenth and Cai
iHa "nd w.'" ,klck'd by a horse and
Injured so seriously that he was taken to
the police station to be attended to. The
roilce wers so struck with the resemblance
" ":-: ii'iiun vi lne inier
O tOOK Ihft H, n.nna., K U - m i
. . - .. . . j ui.t iic win oe
detained at the atation until the matter
can be Investigated. ,
So Venom la 'Em.
No poisonous nurratl
King's New Life Pilia.
they cur or no pay Only 2r.e. For sale
vj jvunn at uo.
THE REALTY MARKET. .
INSTRUMENTS placed on record Monday, ,
April : '
Ann Hendricks and husband to I
8, block 1. Jones' sdd., Elkhorn I 226
VBVD,'tWce"''r ,nd w,f o Sophia
7 ' -- , w .jwa. 14 Mill I U ... , mj
Ellen DeLand to H. R. DeLand. lot
o, uioca os, ana lot a, block 41. Flor-
Ri J" D-' Jefferson.
"'"i """ . ouriingion center.. 200
. M. Kuhns to Alwlnnle Bauer, thi
ot 6 Patrick's Saratoga add......... 1,600
. A. Aulabaugh and wife to J. R.
UpPri.nAn In, 1 , k. m - .... -
Sarah Shimmone to Douglas County
iririiuimc company, nis teet lot J.
block 1, Msyne s 1st add 400'
i et-'r" ,0 Margaret Slgler, lot
a k!filr 1 1 1 IT . . .
t ,1 J.. J ! injeuuni a ana.. Oij
Helen Richardson to Charles Puree!!,
101 iu, Diuca jiv, r lorence 62
8outh Omaha Land company to C. C.
( ' H ( fa In t 9 hist,.!. 9? B..k 41 f- .
E. A. Whitney trustee, to First Na-
tin in,! Lfniisk 01 Ciueriacin, BVk Ol llVfa I
"' i "vu suv, wiiiom m , , , . A,. WU
First National bank, of Sheridan to
J. B. Kendrlck et al, same i I
Annie M. Irvine to Anna E. Eyas,
lot 18. block 32, Ambler Place 10
C. M. Morton to same, lots 19 and 20
and ni lot 17. block 32, same 100
J. P. Macauley to Dennis Cunning
ham, lot 26, Cunningham A B.'s sdd. 60
Dennis Cunningham and wife to John
M. Flxa, same 125
Anna Cunningham to same, lot 27,
Fred Schwertfeger et al to O. T.
runnier, UIIU1V7) oi B, PIOCK 14.
'-u(i.au uJ uu.. ...a...... ..... ...., SUV
O. T. Zlmmer and wife to Wllhelmlna
Pioin, 101 o. UiUVK 11, BSine suo
Tukey Land company to Alfred Bugh
a, ...4 m.lA - w, 1 A O
.i vow iin iuw i auu o, inq
sh3 feet of w27 feet lot , block 2,
Leasentlne's add 350
Halt Claim Deeds.
Patrick Morrow and wife to Newell
Burton, lot 1, block 81, Florence M
W. S. Mackle, executor, to Sarah
Bhlmmons, nls feet lot S, block 1,
Mayne'a 1st add
Helen Richardson et al to Charles
puree!!, lot 1, block 117. Florence....
M. W. Swain to Anna Cunningham,
lot 27, Cunningham A B.'s add
Total amount of transfers...
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I 1-1 JL.-iSJJSSU-l. U Ii
Tea, coffees, spires, butter, cheese, eggs.
bakery, etc.. Is la full swing and the place
for Fl'RH FOODS at vigorously cut prloea
la at your service under the supervision of
Mr. Sam Reynolds. The best qualities, only
fresh goods, fuH weight and measur. the
same courteous, treatment, and the great
est values ever.
Bread, large loaf j .
Rice. Special value
Prunes, California, good, f
sound ; )C
Worcester Sauce,' ( I f
Pickles, assorted, ' . ' ' : fS
bottle ..; ...... , ., (J -
Chocolating. , '. " il
per can .................I.
Mlncs Meat, per "
per package .........
Baking Soda, per ' A
Baking Powder, nothing better. IQ .
H -pound can I3C
Teas, Coffees, Spices
Only the best values In teas sold In this
department, all selected for superior qual
ities. . Q ... .
B. F. Japan, Oolong, Gunpowder, JO
English breakfast, per pound .... UU
Coffees, fresh roasted dally, eplen- Jr
did drink, per lb IfcC
Bennett's Capitol Coffee, simply r)ft
delicious, 1-Ib, pkg sm(C
Full line ot strictly pure spices.
See our exclusive cheese department, un
der ths careful management of an ex
perienced man In this particular line.
Cream Cheese, IO'-
per pound tml
Wisconsin Cream, I J"
per pound , IQC
Swiss, fine. I f
per pound .' lU
Hand, rich, 1
Neufcbatel, A -
Royal Lunch, I ,
per Jar '. UC
Country Butter, per pound I Sir
up from IUC
Bennett's Capitol Creamery, " J
per pound O U
Do Hot Forge)
Our Telephone System
II Is In the hands of experienced opera
tors, who are thoroughly familiar not only
with their Instruments, but with the stock,
and are able therefore to take every care
uf ;"- orders.
Take Pity on
and find out what a
share is. ,
25 cents at
Barbers and Druggists
A. R Bremer Co., Chicago.
and Delightful Flavor are
This Whiskey pos
sesses a flavor that has
won for it the praise
of connoisseurs and a
purity that csuses phy-sic-isns
It. It is perfectly sged
sad hesdache or sout
stomach never follow,
its use. For sale at
the lesdisg csfes, drug
stores and bars.
S. lilRSCM & CO.
VKoIcmIc Uquor Dealers,
. KANSAS CITY. MO.
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