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TTIE OMAnA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, JANUARY 9. 1903.
CONDITION OF OMAHA'S TRADE
Spring Bnyen Beginning to Arrits and
Lirely Market Soon ExpotJ.
COUICTIINS ARE VtRY SATISFACTORY
Hot Maay Cfcaiiaes Bulla Trice,
at FeeJIa Wu (inoA aa4 Fire
a Practlnallr All
Omaha wholesalers are now devoting the
major portion of their time to iirlng kusi-m-xm.
A few early buy.rs have aireiuiy
arrlTed on the market hikI th-y Have given
aome aemhlauce of activity to house traiie.
Traveling mm tmve linn doing an excellent
buHlncMH on the road no thai tne iinmi.nl
of gurais now being sold la very atlnf aciury
to the fibbing Interacts. In nearly all ra.-es
it la found tnat the total volume of busi
ness tor the month of January lll be
considerably heavier than the case a
year ago Bnd aa lona a that la the ciue
there la not much room for complaint. I lie
work of filling udvance older of spring
lln-s la being puslif d with all possible arx en
and aa the number of advance ordera wu
unuaually large I hi season It Is requir
ing extra men and extra hours to gel the
goods shlppc-d aa rapidly aa desired. Kvery
warm day makes reialiera more anxious fur
their spring stocks and it will not be lung
noTV before they will all be clamoring for
There have been very few changes In rul
ing prices on staple lines during the week
under review. 1 here Is unmistakably a
firm feeling on practlrally all staple lines
of good which gives confidence In future
valuta to both wholesalers und retailers.
In other words the markets now being ex
perienced are the kind that both buyers
and sellers like to operate on.
Collection are generally reported as being
quite HHtlffartory. The recent cold weather
has helped retailer to dispose of some of
the- heavy stuff that ha been bothering
them for the last few weeks and as a re
sult they are meeting their payments more
promptly than they were a short Ume ago.
Hnaar Market Firm.
Wholesale grocers report the demand for
their line of tcood aa being fully up to ex
pectallona and a little better than a year
go. The market 1 also In a good healthy
condition and very few ohanges In ruling
prices havo taken place since last report.
The sugar market must be quoted firm
with the tendency of prices upward rather
than otherwise. I.ochI Jobbers would not be
surprised to ee higher prices go into ef
fect at most any time. The coffee market
La also In a strong position the same as has
been the case for some time past. 1 hose
boat posted arc still of the opinion that the
top has not yet been reached.
in the canned goods line the fajct is noted
that there Is a disposition on the part of
jobbers all over the country to hold back
their ordera on future canned goods, and
a a result sales of futures to date have
been exceptionally light. In spot goods
gallon apples are still attracting consider
able attention and present Indications are
that the supply Is very limited. I'llec have
advanced from 25c to 30c per doxen over
the lowest point reached and some holders
are asking for a still further advance of
16c per doxen.
Canned pumpkin Is being called for to
quite an extent even at the advanced
prices. Spot corn and tomatoe are without
material change though there la a consider
able quantity of poor quality of gool of
both lines being placed on the market
at low prices.
The demand for dried fruits Is quite
1 active. That la particularly true of evap
i orated apples, peaches and apricots. It la
claimed that the supply of both peaches
I -1 .... t .... Am 1. . .ti ul tm unrv Hmltd
I There Is not much change In prunes and
1 raisins, but the supply of the better grades
Is reported very light. Large quantities
of rain-damaged goods though ate being
offered at low figures.
The movement of rice la now reported
as being unusually heavy. The consump
tion la also large and a a result the mar
ket on low grades, as well as on fancy
Japans and fancy heads. Is good and firm.
While there have been no particular
changes In the fish market, prices are firm,
and. In fact, those who are in a position
' to know say that there will be advances
on . a number of lines at no very distant
date. The demand Is surprisingly heavy,
and when the Ienten scamm sets in there
should be a very heavy movement.
Dry 3nIs Mora Active.
There wn c Increase noted last
week In the mnd for spring lines of
dry goods, hi., .it the same time it is un
doubtedly true ' at the extremely cold
weather had a tendency to Keep many
buyers at home and also to make them
rather slow to place liberal ordera with
traveling men. Everything at the present
time points to a very active market from
this ume on and a large number of buy
ers are . expected to arrive in the near
The recent cold weather has helped re
tailers materially In their efforts to clean
up their winter heavyweight goods, and aa
. a result It is very doubtful if more than
the usual amount will have to be carried
through the season. Merchants who have
been In the city all agree that they have
had a very prosperous seaaon, and, while
heavyweight goods have dragged to some
extent, the unusually good demand for
other lines has more than made up for
the deficiency In the demand for strictly
cold weather goods.
There Is no mistaking the fact that mer
chants aa a rule are very hopeful regard
ing future business, and they are going to
carry liberal stocks so as to be In shape
to take good care of their trade.
- There have been no new developments
In the dry goods market. Woolen goods
are very firm the same a they have been
for some time past and cotton goods are
selling in Just about the same notches they
were a week ago. No very startling fluctua
tions' are. being predicted for the near
. nardware About Steady.
Hardware Jobbers still report the de
mand for their line of gooda aa being ex
ceptionally good for the time of year. Com
paring the trade they have had this month
with that of January, 1904. they find that
this year has been much more successful.
The demand out through the country in
a retail way has been something phenom
enal, and as a result merchants are con
stantly running out of season and staple
goods and are sending In liberal orders.
They are also buying freely of spring lines,
so that, taking the trade In general, whole
salers And that they have been doing a
rushing business all the month.
There have been no advances in leading
lines, but at the same time the market Is
In a good, strong position and the general
tendency of prices In undoubtedly upward.
Tt would cause little surprise If several
lines should go considerably higher. In
other words, a good, healthy, firm market
Is beng experienced on practically all ltnea.
Better Demand for Leather Gooda.
Merehanta are reported as buying more
freely of spring and summer lines of leather
f oods than, they have at any former time
his season. Traveling men of late have
been meeting with excellent success and
local Jobbers as a rule say that they have
sold more goods for spring delivery than
they did a year ago. Indications are enn
Hdered -favorable for a continued active
demand, so that Jobbers are much pleased
with the present situation.
There la nothing new to report regard
' ing the rubber situation. Traveling men
are taking quite a few orders for fall
.shipment, more in fact than was expected.
It seems that merehanta are anxious to
take advantage of present prices and di
not care to run chances on having to pay
'more money at a later date.
Fralts aad Vea-etahles.
The cold weather of last week rather
out down the demand for perishable goods,
particularly the early part of the week.
1 On Friday and Saturday there was a much
better movement which made the total
sales for the week fairly satisfactory.
About the only Important changes in ruling
prices Is a alight reduction In both oranges
and lemons. All other lines are selling
in practically the same notches they were
a week ago.
' Vegetables have also fluctuated but little.
Each week a few more varieties of fresh
vegetables arrive, rhubarb and pandey
being among the latest offerings. The
prices being asked for the various lines
will be found In snother column.
'" 'Receipts of poultry have been rather
light and as a result prices are good and
firm. The egg market naa been rather un
settled, the feeling being strong one day
and weak the next.
The butter market Is In a good strong
Kosltlon, and in fact, prices are at the
Igheat . point they have been for some
time past. The strength this week has
been partially brought ahout by creamery
men advancing their -rice of butter fat
from S cents n "S cents. This, of course
has a terderry to make farmers sell their
cream Inticatl of making It into butter
and causes a corresponding shrinkage In
receipts of packing stock snd dairy butter.
CosTee Market. '
NEW YORK, Jan. IS. '"OFFEB-Fu-tures
opened steady at Wilt) points sd
vanoe, in keeping with Kurnpean cables
and smaller braslllan receipts. The de
mand was moderate, but seemed to be
broadening out s little with fresh buyers
contributing toward, the support of the
market, and prioe ruled generally steady
i to firm, closing steady at a net gain of
lOni points, bales were reported of S1.7W
Vs la'tfuoin; January at 7 rj; February,
.9 26c: Dwpm-
?so. 1 Rio, 8 -16c.
tier. I.46'. r3pJt, nominal
OMtllA WHOLEStLE MARKET.
t aaltlon ef Trade aaa Qaotatloas an
staple and Faster I'rouace.
FAJ',J Candied stock, 2ifj27c.
I.IVK roi.'LTRY Hen, fee; roosters. Rc:
tuikey. I.Sr; du ks. ylc; geese, SflSc; ;
r-iTh g chicken. sc. .
PIIKSSKD I'Dl'I.THT-Turkeys. lHflfc: :
thicks, lllil-'c; geese, lnjjllci chickens, pKij
Ji'lic; roosters, tVi7c.
Ill'TTKil racking Ftock, lSfilSV; choice
to fancy dairy, iM'u'c; creamery, 2.1'u-c; I
riti'.cMt r i.i i.rj.i r ipm itout, !c; i
So: pike, w: perch. 7c: muefi.h.
whltetlsh, !c; salmon, 13o; redsnapper,
11c: lobster. (greni. lobster iboliedi. '
it-lc; bullhends, 11c; catfish, 14c; black bass.
J.'h-; halibut Uc; rrapptes, 12c; buffalo, 7c;
while bans, lie: frug legs, per doi , &c. '
lUlAN-l'-r ton, tli.CK,.
HAY Trices quoted by Omaha Whole
sale 1 1 ii Dealers' association: Choice No. 1
upland. ISO-. Nr.. 2. i.-..a.': mc.iium. So.; I
coarse, II to. Kye straw, fo.uti. These
prices are for hay of good color and qjal
ity OYSTERS New York counts, per can,
4.rpc; extra sebcts, per can. 3ic standards,
per can, 3'V; bulk standards, per gal., $1.4n;
bulk extra selects, per pal., $1.75; bulk New
York count per gal., 11 .HO.
OR ANGUS California Redland navels,
all sizes, IJ 75: choice navels, JJ.2T,; Call
lornla Mediterranean sweets, all siies, IL0.
LEMONS Cilifornia far.uy, $2.75; 3U0 and
3). Mfio; choice. 3.l!5.
PATKS Per box of 30-lb. pkgs., 2 .00;
Hallowe'en. In i0 lb. boxes, per Hi. E'gSc.
FIOS California, per l"-lo. carton, loif
Sic; Imported Hmvrna. 4-crown. U'c; 5
crown, 14c: 7-crown, 16c; fancy Imported
(waxhed), in 1-11) pkgs., ltulsc; California,
per cafe of SB pkgs.,
BANANAS Per medium slxed bunch.
$2.ti2.5C; Jumbos, S2.T54i3.SO.
OHAPEFKC IT Per box of M to 64, So.00.
APPLES New York Kings, $3 2S; New
York Greenings, lli.tlu; New York Raid
wins, 12.76; Colorado Jonathans, 11.(5;
Winesaps, per. bu. box. $1.60.
PEA 118 Utah, Colorauo and California,
fall varieties, per box, SL50.
CRAN1IKRR1K8 Wisconsin Bell and
Bugle, per bbl., $7.75; Jerseys, per bbl., $7. on;
per box. $2.75.
ORA PES Imported Malagas, per keg,
TANGERINES Florida or CallSornla, -pet
POTATOES Home grown, in sacks, per
bu., 4uc; Colorado, per bu., t0c.
TURNIPS Old. per bu., 40c; Canada ruta
bagas, per lb., lc.
CAHROTS-Old. per bu., 40c.
PARSNIPS-Old, per bu., 4uo.
RlET8 Old, per bu., boc.
NAVY BEANS Per bu., S1.95SZ00.
ONIONS Home grown, red. In sacks, per
bu.. $1.0o; Spanish, per crate, $2 15; Colorado
yellow, per lb., 2c; while, per lb., iWc.
CUCUAIHERS-Per dos., 2.26tf2.50.
TOMATOES Florida, per 6-basket crate,
CADRAOE Holland seed, per lb., Hie.
SWEET POTATOES Kanaa kiln dried,
per bbl.. $2.60.
CELERY Per dox., 2550c; California, 4oC
RA,I1KHE3 Hothouse, per doz., 46c.
ONIONS New, southern, per dos., 46c,
CARROTS New, per dox., 46c.
MEETS New. per dox., 4oc.
TURNIPS New, per Uox., 45c.
LETTUCE Per box of about fifteen
RHUBARB Per dox. bunches, 75c.
PARSLEY Per dox. bunches, 76c,
SAUERKRAUT Wisconsin, per keg.,
CIDER New York, per bbl., $5.20; per
half bbl.. $3 25. ...
CHEESE Wisconsin twins, full cream,
12t13c; Wisconsin Young America, 13c;
block Swisi, new, 15c; old, lil'17c; Wiscon
sin brick, 14c; Wisconsin ltmburger, 13c.
H11JES No. 1 green, 7c; No. 2 green, 6c;
No. 1 salted, No. 2 salted, 7$je; No. 1
veal calf, 8c; No. 2 veal calf, 7c; diy salted.
IMI14C: sheep pelta, 25c'al.U; horse hide,
NUTS Walnuts, No. 1 soft shells, new
crop, per lb.. He; hard shell, per lb., 13c;:
No. 2 oft shell, per lb., 12c; No. 2 hard
shells, per lb., 12c; pecans, large, per lb.,
12c; small, per lb., 10c; peanuts, per lb., 7c;
roasted peanuts, per lb., 8c; Chili walnms.
per lb., 12f(jl3c; almonds), soft shell, per
lb., 17c; hard shell, per lb., 15c: chestnuts,
per lb., 12H(&15c, new black walnuts, per
bu.. 76i)90c; snellbark hickory nut, per bu.,
$1.75; large hickory nuts, per bu., 11.60.
Evaporated Apples and Dried Frnlta.
NEW YORK. Jan. 28 EVAPORATED
APPLES Market was quiet and without
change; common are quoted at 4(6 5c, prime
at 51.'U54c. choice at bWmic and lam v at
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS-Prunes
remain quiet and are without anv nuotahle
change, prices ranging from 2c to tMc. ac
cording to grade. Apricots are unchanged
at 1010i4c for choice. Iligl2n for extra
choice and 12&lc for fancy. Peaches are
July, dune: fceptemr.er, S.ftaft.Sc
To Missouri, Kansas, Texas, Arkansas, Indian and
Oklahoma Territories Every 1st and 3d Tuasdays
Special one way colonist rates to above points on Feb.
21st and March 21st, and to certain points in Colorado and
ONE FARE FOR THE
FINAL LIMIT OF TICKETS, 21 DAYS.
Stopovers will be allowed within transit limit of 15 days
going after reaching first homeseekers' ioint en route.
For further information or Land Pamphlets, Folders,
Maps, etc., address any agent of the company, or
T. F. GODFREY, TOM HUGHES,
Pass, and Ticket Act. Trav. Pass. Agt.
Low Rates South
The Rook Islam! Sytttem offers the following low round
trip ratoti from Couui-ll Bluffs and Omaha on February 7th
and 21tt and March Tth and 21st:
Amarillo, Dalhart. Dallas,
Houston, Galveston, Austin,
mont, Corpus Christ I, aud
New Iberia, Crowley, Jennings, Lake Charles,
Alexandria, and many other Louisiana
Dawson, Tumumeari. Santa
Alaniatfordo, Roswell, Carlsbad, and other
New Mexk-o points.
El Paso, Texas, and Demlng,
un tne nates the regular Homeseekers' rate of one fare
plus $2.U will apply to all Oklahoma and Indian Territory points
If less than ll.s.Kft; otherwise 18.8ft round trip rate will apply.
Also very low one way rates to all points on Rock Island
and Frisco Systems In Arkansas, Kansas. Oklahoma. Indian
Territory, New Mexico, Texas and Colorado, on sale February
21st and March 21st
f quiet, but Arm. with choice quoted at tsli
J,., f-xtta choice at lOH'plO'Vc and fancy at
NEW YORK, Jan. H METALS There
was the usual Saturday inactivity In metals
ond prices underwent no material change.
Tin was firm, with the inside price a htile
higher, the range being from t'.'S.BO to Ho.25.
Copper was unchanged at $15 50 for lake,
Sl.VHiLyFilS.&u for electrolytic and S16.m9l5.2j
for casting. Lead, qubt, $4 45-i4.55. Spelter,
$'i.2t'6.30. Iron remains grm at recent
Harry I). Davis, undertaker, 411 S. 15th.
Table De Hote Dinner Sundays at Bal
duff's from ll:3u a. m. to 8:30 p. m. 60 cents.
Ga and electric fixtures, wholesale and
retail. Nebraska Electric Co., 13th and
Invest Constant Oil s-.ocx. Sol N. Y. Life.
Men's, boys', children's clothing, hats.
I ladies' eults, skirt, millinery, etc : cash of
j credit. People's Store. 16th and Farnam.
Have Root print It.
Did you ever eat Kopp'a Moiasses Sat
inetts? Try them. 1303 Farnam Street.
Edholm, Jeweler. 16tn and Harney.
MONDAY AT THE
Our remnant sale of Men's Suits is prov
ing a great success. We have picked out
some additional odd suits worth up to
$18.00 some of one size, others of another
and you take your plcg for $7.90. We in
vite the most skeptical people to look
these genuine bargains over It's a rare
chance to get the Best at a moderate
ON OUR SECOND FLOOR .
We have many things that ought to In
terest you. If you have time, we like to
show you through this array of bargains
it matters not whether you buy or not.
Here are a few sample prices everything
else goes In proportion. Men's corduroy
suits. $3.90. Smoking Jackets, $2.98. Men's
heavy pantaloons, &Sc. Rain coats from
$1.80 up. Odds and ends of all sorts at
Just a small fraction of the original cost
of production. Dollar shirts, 48c. Shirts
that sell usually for 75c, your pick 25c.
Mufflers, 15c Jersey coats, 69c. Suits
and overcoats that are easily worth $10.00,
only $4.90. Fur overcoats from $6.90 up
and so it goes on, nothing but bargains
thnt no one that can raise the money can
afford to miss.
1519-1521 DOUGLAS ST.
AS LONG AS THEY LAST
WE WILL GIVE WITH EACH
$17.50 TAILOR MADE SUIT
OF CLOTHES ONE $5.00
FANCY SILK VEST FREE.
GRAND PANTS CO.
205 N. 16th St.
Very Low Rates
Fort Worth. Waco.
San Antonio, Beau
niauy other Texas
New Mexico. . . .
For further information call or write
F. P. RUTHERFORD, D. P. i.
1323 Farnam St., OMAHA, NEB.
An Attractive Pyramid
Bankers Reserve Life Company 5
BUSINESS IN FORCE
a A SOLID CONSERVATIVE WESTERN COMPANY
B. H. R0B1S0N, - - President
Just The Word Coal
Ought to be enough this time of the year to bring you in with
an order. Everyboly in this city knows the kind of coal we
sell and the way we handle it. Those who have tried our
say they want nothing better. It comes from the Sheridan
district is the hardest Lignite coal mined no soot, no clinker,
no sulphur, little smoke, clean ash holds fire longer than
any soft coal known.
ONCE A CUSTOMER ALWAYS A CUSTOMER.
2l91.si.i?8l,2l!- 0. B. HAVENS & CO.
Oar store has Inna- nren known as
one of "popular prices." The old
time "drna-a-tal's profit" Is something
we hare never known. 1 Onr principle
of conducting; business Is to SKI. I.
KVBRYTHIXG we handle AS C1IKAP
AS ANYONE quality considered. We
Issue a CATAMlOl K, which Is brimful
of Interest to ilru buyers and whleh
may be had for the atkinsr.
SOME SAMPLE CUT PRICES
1 Newbro's Herplclde for Tlte
ft Mull's Grape Tonlo for 7!c
fl ftuulbb's Baraprllla for 7Hc
at Munyon's raw-Pnw for TiJe
l Ilyomel InhHlcr Ontflt for....Tc
lOO 2-Graln Quinine Pills 2tlc
floo Porsonl's Powder for 2-Sc
2Re Ha r fin a Soap for 14c
1 Burnhnin's sarsaparllla for....ic
ft Crystal Tonic for
ft Duffy's Malt Whiskey for . ...TOc
1 Baker's Barley Malt for 7So
(t8.00 ppr full dozen.)
This is the best Malt Whiskey made.
$1 rUnar's New Discovery for Te
91 Llquosone for TOc
AOo Uquosone for 4'le
ft Bromo Seltscr for Tc
Krtc Bromo Seltscr for 4.1c
fl Temptation Tonle for 4ftc
26c Mistletoe Cream for TOo
2Ro Kirk's Juvenile Soap for ....lOe
25o 4711 Juvenile Soap for lOc
noo I. Uterine for 43c
fl Malted Milk for 7c
Good Fountain Syringe for ROe
Good Water Baa; BOc, ABc, 7Ko
Write for Catalogue of Drugs and Rub
Cor. Sixteenth and Dodge Streets,
We shall continue this week the
splendid bargains In high grade shoes
that we offered at yesterday's big
sale. Don't fall to see them They 'er
Johnson A Murphy's Men's $6.00
French Calf. Hand Sewed,
Potay last this A I fit
Hoyden's Men's tO.OO Patent Colt and
Vlcl Kid, dooble soles
8. A M.'s Men's tS.OO Patent Colt Lace,
douhlo solos, London and AC
PotKV Inat thin welc JtJJ
Men's 13.50 and $4.00 Box Calf Cordo
van and Patent Colt, this Q5
Women's $.00 Patent Kid and French
Calf Bhoe. made by Laird, S.f
Schober Mr Cn this week J.KJJ
Women's H 00 Vlcl Kid, double sole
shoes, made by Wright & O Ci
Peter's thin week
Misses' $2.50 Patent Leather
dress shoes this week
296 pair Women's $3.00 and $3.60 shoes,
mostly small slses on bar- 1 -A S.
Fry Shoe Co.
16th and Douglas St.,
Several Shoe Specials
If It's shoe bargains you want.
don't foreot that Droxcl has the
lxst. Our khIo has boon a big suc
cess for when we advertise shoe
barKalns everybody knows they
are genuine. Head the following
100 pairs of men's shoes, sizes 0.
O'jandT, AnndB widths, mostly
plain toes, luee and ' congress
stylos the Greatest bargains
ever offered, at per f fl
Women's Shoes, turn or welt soles,
broken lots, regular $3, f PA
$3.50 and $4.00 values. . .1. D U
Women's Spring Heel Shoes, broken
lots, regular $2.00 and
Misses' Shoes, broken sizes,
$1.50 and $2.00 values,
We still continue selling
Women's double sole.
colt, bluchers, $6.00
Hanan Women's double
shoes, $5.00 values,
In men's and women's Hanan, Boy
den's and Clapp's men's shoes we
still have a few lines In double sole
winter shoes that we are giving- 25
per cent off.
Drexel Shoe Go.
1419 FARNAM STREET,
Omaha's Up-li-lili Shoi Hun
A6K FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE.
In Blouse or Norfolk styles.
The swellest made. We can fit
and suit you In any size or color,
from (2.50 to $5.00. There Is none
better made than ours.
Sweaters for boys, fl.OO, fl.25,
Iluster Brown Sweaters, $1.50,
Stockings like mother used to
A make and beads as usual
JOS. F. BILZ.
322 So. 16th St, Omaha..
We are sole agents for the Pictorial
Tb. Hit of th
You can Butt
In for lUcSsnt
322S. 16th 5t.
TWENTIETH . CENTURY FARMER
est Avrlealtaral Weskln,
on page 8
THE RELIABLE STORE.
GREAT CLEARING SALE
OF MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS STILL GOING ON.
Copyright 1904 by
Hart Schaffncr fc? Marx
British Thermal Units.
n o,mrt nf OZARK (Arkansas) ANTHRACITE COAL con-
talnti the above. , , i1K
ToHtfd recently by an expert, whose r.am we are not at Utt
erly to publish. We ourselves were asUnlnhod at the result,
lie further reports as follovrsi
"Fixed Carbon 74.70
High Thermal Efficiency"
This test was made without our knowledge and as a matter
of personul Information, the expert dealrlns- to determine what coal
to biiv for hla own furnace. Other srnde were tented, anil, al
though he was formerly not our customer, he now uhps Ozark and
stateti that In his furnace the results of his chemical and me
chanical tests are borne out.
No other ilraler ran furnish "Osark." Price fS.BO.
Automatically screened and delivered In the "big yell-o wagon. '
New Offices, 1603 Harney.
Phone Exohange 232.
Dr. Bradbur 1500
Tsetfl Extracted With
Fillings 50c up
Crovins $2.50 up
Brldre Work $2. 50 up
Plates. .. . $2.00 un
B E ST B E C A US w J-,"
VSTS taa'lUr bV T.
tar era, ST. LOUS.
A few dollars of your earnings every
week. The man or woman seeking the
safest Investment for his or her funds
will find absolute security and profit by
opening an account with us.
6 per cent paid on saving accounts.
Why not begin to acquire the saving
Omaha Loan & Building Association
Office, 1T04 Farnam. Bee Bids.
O. W. Loomls. Pres. O. M. Nattlnger. 8eo'
WE SELL ABOUT FORTY KINDS
Prlcoa from SI. BO to 9S.OO
Write for Catalogue.
HERMAN A McCONNELLDRUd CO.
Cor. lth and Dodge fits., OMAHA.
Cm Bl( i (or ssDSteral
Irritstlani .r ulortlo
et SIIIll risbiM
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MKX'S SflTS AND
Men's suits, made up In single and dou
bio breasted styles, In fancy mixtures,
and plain colors all well made, reg
ular $7.., $10 aud $i2 inn
aults, on sale at ?UU
Men's overcoats, made up In medium
lengths. In Irish frieze and kerseys- '
In plain black snd seal brown, niaja
with good linings and trimmings-
regulnr $10 coats C flft
on sale at a.U II
MEN'S SflTS AND
OVERCOATS at . .
Men's line suits, made up In atl
shades and styles, from all wool fab
rics, regular $12.00 and
$15 values at
Mer. s overcoats. In medium and long
lengths. In vicunas, kerseys and Irish
frieze, in plain and fancy mixtures
all sizes, regulnr $12.50 and 7 C(
$15 values at 1 1 JU
Special Sale on
Men's flne pants. In all shades an4
colors, In stripes and plain colors, good
material and well made, regular $2.50
and $3 values our special sale price,
Monday f CA
$1.05 and I.U
Boys' knee pants, In cheviots, casM
meres and corduroy, worth CH
$1, on sale Monday at Jr
Tho most aeusatlva
nerves removed with
out pain. '
Loose teeth made
QUALITY IS OUR MOTTO I
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"l'-rToB MERcTciGAa CO..
Reverie of tii3 Man Who
y Pays the Bills." 0
That coal I bought at tho
certainly makes a good
fire no dirt or smoke.
Lasts well, too. All the
coal we get from there is
clean and of good quali
ty. They have plenty
of teams and always
make prompt deliveries.
I can 'Phone 455 and gel
any kind of coal I want
the same day.
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