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TITE OMAITA DAILY r.?Ki ST7"NDAY, MAY 31. 100.T. '
FARRELL CATARRH CURE CO.
Dr. Ttomu Tarrell Prodn i a Remedy of
Great Veins to 8uflerng Mankind.
A WYOMING MAN'S CREAT DISCOVERY
Newspaper Man lniMllil
Gives HI Opinion at
Ma anal Medi
8HERIDAN. Wyo.. Nov. 15. 1902. Soma
time ago an editorial appeared In the
Omaha World-Herald discussing the lack
of Information among the medical gentry
concerning that comparatively new and
more or less dreadful affliction, appendi
citis. ' Baya the World-Herald: "Appendicitis,
like mosquitoes, Is a pest that seems to
This la tha Judgment of the physicians
of today summed up In a few words. It Is
a disease which hns been known and com
bated by the medical profession for several
years, and yet no treatment has been sug
gested by them other than surgical opera
tion, which Is Invariably attended by
serious complications, often resulting In
death. They cannot understand why or
what It Is, nor are they able to outline
any plan or policy to prevent It.
This condition of affaire not only exists
relative to appendicitis, but various other
diseases and ailments of the human family
ere today unsuccessfully combated by the
medical profession. Among these ailments
of a supposedly Incurable nature we will
mention a few of the more serious ones,
and will relate further on Instances In which
the sufferer has been permnnently cured.
For time Immortal It has been contended
by medical men of generations past and
present that catarrh could not and would
tint succumb to medical treatment. That
was the decision arrived at by the practi
tioners of allcountries; It being a disease
of the blood and not of the bene or flesh,
those who sought to remedy or cure the
evil were also loath to learn of the real
cause of the disease Itself.
What can be said with reference to ca
tarrh may also be urged as true In rela
tion to cancer, Brlght's disease, diabetes,
scrofula and various other forms of ali
ments which have as their foundation
source a seat In the blood of mankind.
The writer of this article, with no Intent
or purpose other than to acquire a knowl
edge of the alleged curative powers or a
medicine manufactured in this city, has
devoted some time In Investigating Into Its
merits and Interviewing a large ,number of
those who have used and who are using
the remedy. !
As an illustration of Its power, and
apropos of the adaptability to the innumer
able diseases, we will cite one instance
wherein a prominent Sheridan county
ranchman had suffered for years from a
cancer, first making Its appearance on one
part of the body, then another, and finally
Implanted Itself well back In the roof of
the mouth, causing a swelling from the
hips to tha top of the head. This man
had been examined by five different physi
cians of Sheridan county and two physi
cians at Buffalo, all of whom were a unit
In pronouncing It a case of cancer and also
united in a verdict that the case was in
curable and absolutely hopeless. This pa
tient suffered untold agonies, both of body
and mind. He was In a measure Insane
from physical and mental pain, superln
duced by the medical treatment, at the
hands of the attending physicians.
About two months ago the sufferer began
using the remedy above mentioned and
re the close 6t the first week's usage
found himself benefited to a wonderful
degree, and before he had completed the
first bottle, was able to attend to his
duties as overseer of the ranch, and to
make himself useful generally around the
Ma continued taking the medicine, how-
ever, and at the conaummation of the third
bottle found himself absolutely cured and
free from cancer, that dreaded of all des
olated diseases. Upon our visit to the
ranch we found the gentleman well, happy
and contented and Joyously singing tha
praises of the wonderful cure. It la
claimed by Its manufacturer that this rem
edy will cure appendicitis, cancer In what
ever form or wherever located about the
human anatomy; that It will cure Brlght's
disease; diabetes, scrofula, catarrh, liver.
kidney or heart trouble from whatever
cause or source ; that there la no case
of catarrh that It will not cure. Neuralgia
Is a very troublesome ailment with which
expert physicians have fought In vain.
It Is claimed and cases cited wherein this
remedy has permanently cured neuralgia,
I have made a personal investigation
Into the merits of this wonderful remedy
I have talked with a number of Sheridan
county's most highly respected and prom
inent cltlsena, whose words are above re
proach. and whose statements axe unlm
. peachable. These men and these women
will willingly, relate their former physical
condition and the cure this remedy has
The manufacturer la a man 63 yeara of
age a man who bos apent yeara of hla
life In the study of human ailments of the
body and blood. He la an unpretentious,
unassuming gentleman, who does not seem
to realise the wonderful gift his research
has conferred upon mankind.
A company was recently organised for
the manufacture of the medicine. Incor
porated ' under the laws of the state of
Wyoming, with a paid up capital stock of
140,000. Dr. Thomas Farrell la the presi
dent. HAYDEM M. WHITE,
Lake) Shore Toars
Is tha title of a very convenient summer
tour book Issued by the Lake Shore
Afichigan Southern railway, showing routes
and ratea to the eastern resorts. It will
be aent on application. M. 8. Giles, T. P.
A.. Chicago. 111. C. F. Daly, Chief A. G.
P. A.. Chicago, 111.
Heme seekers' Excursions.
On Tuesday, June 2d and 16th, the Mis
souri Pacific will sell round trip tickets at
very low rates to certain points In Kansas,
Southwest Missouri. Arkansas, Including
Hot Springs, Oklahoma, Texas, etc. Stop
overs allowed on the going Journey. Limit
of tickets twenty-one days. For Informa
tion call or address company's offices,
southeast corner 14th Bnd Douglas streets.
Omaha, Neb. Thos. F. Godfrey. Passenger
and Ticket Agent.
Menaertal Service Royal Area asm.
Union Pacific council No. W. Royal Ar
canum, will hold memorial services at
Kountse Memorial church, lth and Harney
streets, today at 3:45 p. m. All members
and friends ure earnestly requested to be
present. HOWARD BRl'SER,
, H. B. MORRILL, becretsry.
Hnve Root print It.
For Sale Due bill on one of the beat New
York City hotel at a good discount. Ad
dives E M. care Omnha Bee.
"Strongest In the world." te Equitable
J .ire Asaurance society, us policies in
sight drafts at maturity. Fee H D. Neely.
manager. Merchants National Bank Uldg ,
Harry F. Roberson. formerly with R. O.
Dun A Co.. now agent for Travelers' Life
Insurance Co. of Hartford, also writer Are
and accident, M Boulu Uitt ok 't'bone 126.
LIKE THE STOCK YARDS ODOR
aa tram Blockabar ea ta glees
with F.rroaeoaa Idea la
Alfred Smith of Rlorksburg, Neb., came
to Omaha Friday night and. after seeing
ss much ofuhe city as possible In the rain.
he hired a bed at the St. James hotel
and was assigned te room 23. lie did not
retire until about 12:30 o'clock, and after
getting the covers ready, blew out the
gas and turned In. Alfred soon began to
Inhale the sweet fragrance of the gas. but
as he had been about the South Omaha
stock yards during the afternoon, he sup
posed the savory odors of the stock yards
were clinging to him still. He covered up
his head and went to sleep. It wasn't long
until other guests of the hotel, in adja
cent rooms, smelled the escaping gas and
the night clerk was notified. . This was
about t o'clock and the door of room S3
was bombarded with noise sufficient to
awaken every one In the hotel. But Alfred
Smith of Blocksburg slept on. Finally
the night clerk, with the aid. of Landlord
Delaney. climbed in over the transom and
turned off the deadly gas, and then tried
to awaken Alfred. But he wouldn't wake
up until nearly every expedient known to
rouse heavy slumbers was resorted to.
The doors, windows and hallways were
opened on that floor to let the gas es
cape, and Anally Alfred came too. He was
astonished that he had been the means of
creating such a disturbance, and didn't
know that he was doing any harm In blow
ing out a light. Alfred departed for Blocks
burg yesterday disgusted with Omaha
In general, and gas lights In particular.
The undersigned beg to announce to their
friends and to the patrons of the Vnion
Central LJfe Insurance company that the
agencies of A. R. Edmlston at Omaha and
of J. M. Edmlston at Uncoln have been
united and Walter Hugh Edmlston ad
mitted, under the firm name of J. M. Ed
mlston Sons, general agents. Offices will
be maintained in Uncoln and Omaha, as
heretofore, A. R. Edmlston being In charge
In Omaha In The Bee building.
The Nebraska, agency of the Union Cen
tral life was established in 1882; It has
$3,800,000 Insurance In force and collects
$110,000 yearly In premiums. The Union
Central's Interests are thoroughly Identified
with those of this state, for, in addition to
Its large insurance at risk, it has Invested
$7,000,000 In first mortgages on eastern Ne
braska lands. It Is worthy of notice, too.
that the company owns no land In this
Capable, energetic men desiring lucrative
employment, with or without previous ex
perience, are requested to communicate
with either office.
J. M. EBM.I8TON & SONS,
Bee Building, Omaha.
Richards Block, Lincoln.
AGED JUROR BECOMES SICK
He Is Excused aai Eleven Mea - He-
main 'to Deliberate oa
D. C. Sutphen, one of the oldest residents
of Omaha and one of Its pioneer citizens. Is
seriously III as the result of close confine
ment on a Jury. He was a Juror In the case
of Mary - Houlihan against The City of
Omaha, which haa been on trial before
Judge Fawcett for several days. The Jury
retired Friday night and waa found to be
divided. It remained out all night and yes
terday the bailiff was hurriedly sum
moned by other Jurors, who reported Mr.
Butphen to be dying. A physician was
summoned and administered restoratives
which seemed to have the desired effect.
The physician announced that further con
finement in the Jury room would be Impos
sible, and upon agreement by the parties
to the suit Mr. Sutphen waa excused and
the Jury again took up consideration of
the case with eleven members. It was aald
later that while Mr. Sutphen waa In a con
dition of collapse, there was no anticipation
of fatal termination of the Illness.
Apartment Hoase Sold.
The Payne Investment company haa Just
consummated a sole of the Albion apart
ment house at Tenth and Pierce streets for
the sum of $25,000 to an eastern party. This
property was purchased aa an Investment,
which shows the Increasing confidence
which people have in Omaha.
Via "The Northwestern Line"
' To Fremont, Saturday, June 6!
Special train at Webster St. Station 8 a. m.
Auspices of Allen Chapel, African M. E.
Refreshments on the train!
Barbecue Dinner at Fremont!
Grand Concert in the Evening!
Everybody Invited. Tickets, $1 round trip.
Low Summer Toorlst Rates.
Via Chicago Great Western Railway.
Round trips to St. Paul, Minneapolis, Su
perior, Ashland, Duluth and other Minne
sota resorts. Tickets on sale dal'y to Sep
tember 80. Good to return October 31. Also
to Colorado. Utah. Black Hills. New Mex
ico and Texas points, with stopover priv
ileges. For-full Information apply to any
Great Western Agent, or J. P. Elmor, G.
P. A., Chicago, 111.
A special meeting of Local 264 will take
place Sunday evening, 8 o'c'ock, at 1416
Farnam. J.' W: C. Tlerney. Secretary.
ENDS LIFE WITH FEN KNIFE
Kew Orleans Cotton Broker I'nbal-
aaeed by Baslaeas Worry
NEW ORLEANS. May 30. His health
undermined by business worries, and his
mind unbalanced for several days. Frank
Emmet, a prominent cotton broker who re
tired from business a few daya ago, has
ended his life with a penknife.
Arrangements were being made to remove
him to a sanitarium, but he escaped the
vigilant attention of his family after dinner
last night, retired to his room and there
cut his throat.
Mr. Emmet was a member of the Cotton
exchange, and had been successful In busi
ness. He leaves a wife and six children.
Mr. Emmet was born In New Orleans and
was 48 years old.
Motes front Army Headaaartera.
First Lieutenant Klrwln T. Smith. Sixth
Infantry. has been granted a month's
leave of absence to take effect June 1.
Leave of absence for three months, to
take effect August 1. has been a-ranted
Second Lieutenant Bertram Johnson of the
A new consignment of mules for the
artillery and engineers of this department
nave oeen oraerea snipped to f ort Leav
enworth. Chief Quartermaster John W.
Pullman haa been directed to proceed to
Kansas City to inspect the mules to be
delivered at Fort Leavenworth and other
posts of the department.
The board of officers recently convened
by orders from department headquarters
and comprising t upturn oeorce H. Came
ron. Fourth cavalry; Captain Frederick G
Stritxinger, Twenty-second infantry; Cap
tain William J. Snow, artillery corps, and
First Lieutenant L. W. Oliver. Eighth cav
airy, recorder, .is now In seaalon at Fort
Klley. The purpose of the board Is to pre
pare a manual to be used in tent pitching
By direction of the secretary of war new
Instructions tor naileries or neia artillery
have been prepared. T hey embrace many
of the old regulations for the Information
and guidance oC artillery naileries and In
elude rules In detail for drill, target prac
tire. etc. The new Instructions, direct
among other things, that when the weather
permits there shall be at least two marches
or nrteen runes eacn every mootn.
HANNA IS NOT A CANDIDATE
Harcus Aureltus Manna Distinctly Dis
avows All Ambition (or the Presi
6R0YER CLEVELAND TO THE FRONT.
GroTer Cleveland May or May Not Be
la the Race. He. la F.ngaaed la
Theodore Roosevelt will probably be the
republican nominee for president. It was
thought Marcus A. llanna would line up
against the New Yorker, but the opponents
of the president were evidently counting
without their host. The great Ohlonn ha
acceded to the request of Roosevelt and his
friends and no one now familiar with
Ohio's politics will expect
IIASSA TO OPPOSE ROOSEVELT.
In this connection the increasing propor
tions of the Cleveland boom is a signifi
cant political fact. The democracy Is
sadly divided at pre?nt. William J.
Bryan has repeatedly stated that ho Is
not to be In the race. He and his partisan
friends are very much oppsed to Cleve
land, and with sufficient reajon from the
Bryan standpoint. Curiously enough, the
elements In the democracy which are sug
gesting Grover Cleveland are allied in
business with the elements opposed to
But meanwhile the country Is trying
to settle some questions not political.
The strikes are consuming a good
deal of attention. Business conditions
are surprisingly favorable In spite of labor
agitation. Men are more than ever looking
for safe Investments of capital and men
are more than ever anxious to provide for
the care of dependent ones and the educa
tion of children.
THE BANK Ens RESERV E LIFE
finds Its modern policies more In demand
than ever. The Investment feature are
especially attractive to business men who
are well-to-do. The Gold Bond Policy Is
an especial favorite. The regular twenty
payment life policies of the Bankers Re
serve have all the modern options. It Is
always wise to get into a growing life
Insurance company In the early days of
Its existence. Policy holders now taking
insurance will enjoy the benefits of the
certain growth of the next twenty years.
B. H. ROBISON, PRESIDENT,
states that his well equipped field force Is
pushing the Bankers Reserve Life to the
front in all the western states. He needs
more men. The harvest Is ripe, but the
laborers are few. School teachers and col
lege students would do well to write him
He can utilize 2o0 good men during the
summer vacation and every good man
among them can make enough in two
months to carry him for the next year at
The High Heel
Is now the prevailing style for wo
We have the limit In the high heel,
Cuban, Louis XV and high military.
Patent leather or kid.
High or oxford stylos.
We have over twenty-five different
styles, that have a price range from
$3.00 to $6.00. Every pair In the very
latest 1903 last and toe. y
It'a a pleasure' for us to show these
shoes to visitors and buyers.
DREXEL SHOE CO.,
Omaha's Up-to-Date Shoe Mouse
1419 Farnam Street.
- One flora Day
On account of the bad weather we de
cided to hold our handkerchief sale over a 11
day Monday; 15c handkerchiefs, 5c; not
more than 5 to any one customer. For 4o
we sell shirts that compare favorably with
what nearby stores ask $1.00 for. Our $1.90
pants can't be duplicated elsewhere ir
leas than $3.00. We also offer great values
In men's suits at $5.00. $7.50 and $10.00. It
you wish a finer suit try the Alfred Ben
jamin make, they run from $12.50 up. We
ore headquarters for lain coats; good ones
from $190 up, to genuine fine Priestley
Cravenette's. always at a saving to you.
The Guarantee Clothing Co., 1519-1521 Doug
Ml J -a 4m
The London Ladies' Tailoring
.dies' Sells and Skirts Made to
Order at Lowest Prices.
Orders called for and delivered. Altering
and Repairing a Specialty.
1T:5 LEAVENWORTH STREET
Cramer's K:J"T and Llrer Cure Cures
harkschs Is blabl? endorsed by Omana
peoole. Comes lu two slie. Our price,
40c and 76c. Schaeters Cut Price Urug
Dior. lto and Cntcaco streata.
Dr. Pinto. K Karbach block. TeL 107.
I ... i Tl,....iy u.sm ii ip.iswpna j
f Weddin? Presents V5
and Sterling Silver.
Every rose bus Its thorn.
The story of the pupil
who when asked who tvss
sorry at the return of the
Frodlgnl Son answered,
"The Fatted Calf," proves
The thorn In our rose of
booming business hits been
So we're going to pluck
Tomorrow will find us
lit our new location, 304
and 31 South Sixteenth
St.. next door to Wnbnsh
Any tiny anybody will
find flue fabrics, pains
taking service, true tailor
ing and faultless Unfiling
at 3M and 3ii South Six
Now located at
J04-J06 S. 16th St.
Next Dooi to Wabash Ticket
The Only Double
8.15 pm THE OVERLAND LI MITE I
Magnificent Mild dell trntn to Ctaicae-o. Oomrart
n nt anil iirawl"-reom eleeplns rare, librarr. bnn'
bulbar, bath, telephone, dining cara ail oi eerrat-iui
car Kleotrlo lisnied throoithoot.
8.00 am THE ATLANTIC EXPRESS
Pullman drwln-room nnl tourUi ilwMihK cu-u
dtaiiiK or, and fro reclining chair cara.
5.50 PM THE EASTERN EXPRESS
Pullman drawls -mom and touriat eleeplns earn
free reclining chair nam. bullet liorarj and amoawi,
core. Dining rare.
2 OTHER DAILY TRAINS
3 ft Drairina-reois aleer-lns care, bnffxt aw!.
liXl Ant in andlibrarr care and free rwlinin
,,a nm t jair care to Chicago. Dlnlnf car.
II in in Through eerrice Omaha to Chlcnt-o
I .ill AM North Weelern etandard dar tch
laWUnill ud tr 0BBir Care. Ulnlni car..
2 DA,LY TRAINS
7 35 AM 0b?"""m cat c"r' car'0' csra n'1
81 II DLf Pullman ileeplnf care, buffet llbrarr
iU I" cere end free reclining chair .'ere.
To Framont, Llncoln.Wahoo, Darid City,
Vnrlr. riaitinai. Kwnrd. GsneTa. 8m
nor, nonon, i.oni x ins, mv, .-.
ltadwood and lad. Through racUntng chair cam
fulimaa laapinc car Mrvioa.
7 1 C III To FraiBont, Lincoln. Wahoo. Norfolk
.13 AM Lon Piaa, Vcrdigra, Bontel and th
I.JI.h Uaaauaawatinn nitlltlir.
To Fremont, IJneoin. vtanno, nonon,
Jyona Piaa, Vnrdtgr. Bonaatael and tha
CITY TICKET OFFICE,
1401 and 1403 Farnam Street.
m i. -wt. i
when en in a rvfcnnlo evtYVl htllP
, " - r --- -
-will spt'nd hundreds for a f
i or uoiiars oa a nue
j carriage and beautl-
i ful team of horses
' and tben buy a cheap
! ready-to-put-ou set of
- . . , '
barnoaa with the ixiorest
mountings, absolutely with
out design, when they have at
their yery door
the best harness maker
in the west.
The making of every set
of harness is personally
superintended by Mr. Cor
niHh himself. The pride that
a tailor takes In making you
a suit of clothes is taken In
niaklns a eet of harness
that will do us honor. ;
Suit Caacs. Traveling
Basra and Valises
WHY IS IT
that you never see DR. MILES' RKMB
1)1 Kfi minted In anv other drua ad in
Omaha but ours? Simply because they all
signed the agreement to get full, old-time
prices for them, and also agreed to lorteii
a fine in the event of breaking that agree
ment; but a great many of them were
scared to death lest they lose u customer
o they broke the contract uncier-nunneaiy
nd then let the Miles' contract WHISTLK
FOR ITS FINK! GOOD lll'SlNKbS POl
ICY? We don't slfcn ury such contracts,
which allow other neonle to dictate u us
as to who shall conduct our business.
11.00 Dr. Miles' Heart Cure 75o
11.00 Dr. Miles' Nervine 7o
c Dr. Miles' Antl-fuli) fills 3"0
Some l)lu adH say it simhIs a patent medi
cine to cut the price, but they are greatly
Improved if YOU fAf n i-L. rrui-'t:
11. Ou Peruna all you want
1.00 Dr. Pierce's Remedies
3&o Genuine C'aatorla
Wa cut prices because we buy in
quantities and can afford to and wish to
$2.00 Genuine Chester s Pennyroyal Pills It
15c Allcock's Plasters all you want at 12o
There are no :5c Allcock's plasters.
Best Belladonna Plaster made. 15c, 2 for 3c
OPEN ALL. N1UHT.
Two "Phaaes 74T and 7T.
ts W. Corner 10th and Chlcaco Sta.
BROS, CO,, 1417
Farnam St , will
not open their es'
iVtt 1 i I
We have been asked
Is the Piano a Luxury?
It may have been years ago. but
under our modern system of educa
tion, and the conditions of society, a
knowledge of music today is as much
a part of an education for both boys
and (rirls as the knowledge of gram
mar, mathematics or ordinary studies
and with It comes the necessity for a
In Our Mammoth Piano Dept
we are showing some of the finest In
struments that money can buy, all in
tha latest colonial styles. In the richest
and nobbiest veneers,' In walnut, oak,
To fully appreciate this wonderful
stock of pianos they will have to be
seen. Call and examine our goods and
we will make you prices and terms
si that cannot be duplicated In the west.
New Colonial Mahogany
riano, former price 3UU.0O. Ai f n
our price for our June sale... 0140
New Colonial Oak
Piano, former price $325.00, tHQQ
our price for our June sale...wl00
VW fnlnnlcil Walnut
Piano, former price $:S50.00. aaan
our price for our June sale..Wsa0
I New Colonial Plnno, In any wood.
former price 37&.oo, n M Q
our price for our June sale..Ja."f 0
New Colonial Piano. In all woods.
former price 400.oo. annr
our price for our June sale.. w 09
ALL SOLD ON OUR
EASY PAYflENT PLAN
From $5 to $25 Cash and
From $5 to $25 per flonth
From Chicago $30 from
St. Louis, $25 from Kansas
City. Low rates from East
Dally, to June 15.
Through tourist sleepers and
Homeseekers( traverse by this Una
the rich San Joaquin Valley.
"Banta Fe all the way." Chicago
and Kansas City to ljor Angeles.
San Diego and 8an Francisco.
Interesting pamphlets free
telling about cheap lands In Cali
fornia. B. La Palmer, F. A.,
409 Equitable Bid.,
Des Moines, la.
205 South Fifteenth Street.
Shoe of Style.
A EMU'S SHOE
IS MOST stylish when modeled
after well formed foet
CHOES are carefully dediyned
they conform to beauty and
hold their shape.
JONE so pleasing.
$250 and S3
Those Flannel IIomepun and Wool
Crash Suitings we have been talking
hnnl W iinvpr b.for an fullv
A realised thut goods well bought are
a nun soia. muse suns nave nau a
I splendid demand. Received a few
0 more choice patterns come in ana ex
Ilelgren & Gradmann
lallora, 309 boutu ioin ai. m
If I ! V V g aj r
I . i I bt . a. BT eaaa a a ar-aa
Til K HK.I.IABLK STORK.
OVR NEW YORK Rt'TF.R. NOW IN THK F.ASTERN MARKKT. FrRCItASEr
THE ENTIRE 81RP1.1S STOCKS OF SEVEN HIO NEW Y OHK MAN r At TL It-
VP9 Of Bk'IIITII BM.W WAISTS WASH WAISTS. ftll.K WRAPS AND RAl-
PEKS. THESE OOODS WIM, OO ON
For Monday we put on sale the entire stock of Hllk Waists of the) Fashion Manufac
turing Co.. the largest Silk WnlPt house In the 1'nited States. Made in pretty
effects, In all new shades. Including black, white and tan colors they come In
feta, peau dp solo, pongee, peau de cynge, cmpe du chesne, some slightly O fl
mussed, worth up to tU.OO and 15.( as shown in our windows atilUU
LADIES' SUIT DEPARTMENT
100 Women's Suits made of now mixtures and etamlnea worth up to $.00 on ante at
I10.0U each. . , ... . .
5m Halny-I'ay Skirts, In new checks, plalda and new Coronation style cloths with yoka
straps worth up to llrt.OO for 16.00 each.
B0 dorcn Wash Waists made of new mer prised cheviots, basket weaves ana madrns
and other new materials worth Ifi.OO for $-.90.
GRAND SALE ON LADIES' CORSETS AND FURNISHINGS
ladles' fine cambric Corset Covers, In
tight-fitting or French style, trimmed with
embroidery and lace, worth 26c and 36c,
Ladies' fine csmhrlc Drawers, Corset Cov
ers and Short Skirts, trimmed with em
broidery and laces and hemstitched ruf
Iles. worth 60c, at ITic.
Ladles' Corset Covers, Drswers, Night
Gowns and Skirts, double rows of Insertion
of lace and embroidery, worth $1 00, at 60c.
Ladles' fine nainsook and long cloth
downs, trimmed with fine lace and em
broidery, low neck and short sleeves. In all
the newest effects, were J1.&0 and I'-'.OO,
Indies' fine cambric Skirts, embroidery
and lace trimmed, double rows of Inser
tions, worth $1.6)1, at !c.
Ladles' tine h-plece HiiJ.il Suits, consisting
of Skirt. Oown, Drawers. Corset Covers
and Chemise, all handsomely trimmed with
CREAT SALE ON COFFEE
GREAT QUANTITIES OF COFFEE8 BEING RECEIVED.
Good Rio ft
Choice Rio lf
Golden Rio 111,,
Coffee II 3
Coffee I 3C
San Salvador 10 In
All kinds of C
Choice California 9 in
Prunes L 50
Iirewed from the
and hops prescribed
iHiimy use try it at
costs no more than
Delivered to any part of hunlia, Council Bluffs or South Omaha.
. Order a ca3e from the JETTER BREWING CO.
OMANA Telephone) l41 SOUTH OMAHA Telephone a
Or LEE MICHELL, wholesale
Don't Expect Perfect
with Imperfect teeth. It can't tie.
such troubles by making an early
Real Genuine Bargains,
Beginning Monday, we will give a discount of 20 PER
CENT on all our GRIPS AND SUIT CASES. This enables
SCIENCE COT THERE FIRST
Omaha Llg'htnlng' Rod Co.
1812 Webster Street.
Manufacturers of and Wholesale and
Retail Dealers In Copper Cable light
Telephone A-33t9. OMAHA. NKB.
These Big Rains
are good for the grass, but bad for
your clothes. However, you know
where to go to get them put Into
shape, properly and promptly. Few
do that work so well and none so
promptly as we. Wa make a specialty
of ladles' fine garments. Oet our
407 80 15th St Tel. 003
Painless Extraction of Teeth
Our success Is due to the high grade work dona
by Old. Reliable, Expert Dentists. No students.
Reliable Den'istry. Save Pain and Money.
p-.-otectlve guarantee for ten years
with our high class Dentistry. No
students, but Uradnate Dentists, who
come to learn our Painless Methods.
Wihflt, Ixiiim and Broken Plates re
paired and made to fit.
Re sure you get In the
UNION DENTAL COLLEGE
Oaea aaUy till p. as.
Silk Wa st
SALE AS FAST AS WE RECEIVE THEM.
fine Valenciennes lace, deep ruffles ot solid
rows of mce insertion, wortn iz.w, com-
nlol it ai
Cnlldreu's Parasols In all slaes, from ;0o
Ladies' fins taffeta Silk rarasols, In plain
colors and fancy, worth $.1.60, at $1.8f.
The La Orecque lattice Corset, for me
dium and slim figures, boned with tha Van
Orden double alumlnold boning, In whlta
and blue, pink and white and all white
mercerised, at $1.60. and the silk at $.1.0.
The La Grecque Belt Models, for full or
stout figures It has a circular belt around
the bottom, sets snugly over the hips ani
abdomen, giving that long-walsted. straight
front figure so much desired, and Is tha
Ideal corset for comfort.
Indies' Hatiste Corsets, with and with
out hose supporters sttached, at 49c
American Beauty Tape Ulrdle, In pink,
blue and white, at 49c.
O. O. Ja
Java and Mocha
choicest American malt
by physicians for pjjgS
caies use 11 ux uoin
dealer, council bluff th
call at the
the purchaser to get tha best for less than
the cheaper grades would cost.
When you want a system
builder, a general strength
giver, a remedy for that "tired
and nervous feeling," try
It's a most palatable bever
age. Order a case sent to your
house. If you havn't one al
ready. Met a Bros. Brcwlaaj Co.
Telephone 119. Omaha.
Or. Jacob Neu mayor. A'.-ent.
caie Neamayer Hotel, Council
For what It will cost
you to have one dress
nifcde you can take a
complete course in the
8r-.ua re Inch Tailoring
College, and make your
own clothes. In tha lat
est style. College now
open at S27 Paxton blk.
Class hours to 11 a. m. and 2 to ( p. m.
EVENING SESBION at 2S Farnam St..
from 7 to I p. m.
SPECIAL TILL JIXIS IS
Full Set of Teeth from 13 09
Oold Crowns from j.K5
Bridge Work from lit!
Aluminum Plate from. ...)
Killings from Kmj
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