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HIE OMAIIA DAILY DEE: PAT UK DAY. JFLY 15, 1005.
, OM H l Wr.ATIIF.fl FORF.rAT ftatnrriar Fair.
liKfcEIN TKAUINU STAMP ItUUI II Jv
m' OIN MAIM FLOOR ,
A Niagara, irv Crockery for Saturday
AN INTKUIiSTlNG AM) VBHY SPECIAL HAKUA1N GIFT Kon
SEK WIXI-),W. SEE WINDOW.
GEKMAN CHINA, roue (Worntlon and gold edge over V0 dozen pieces,
valued up to 3.V. Tti Is lot Includes naiad bowls, supar bowls, cream Jugs,
sjwon holders, olive trays, cup and saucers and plates In three 1(1
sizes, rn;h . IUC
100-rrfVee English. I'orcelnln Dinner Seta, green and blue decora- C QO
tlons, full size pieces, a $10.00 set for DuO
Ture White China Dinner Sets, on Hanson shape, can be used Q Cl
white or will stand flrlnjr to decorate, splendid value J JU
BEAUTIFUL lOOA WAIIE-Another shipment received. Vases of
all kinds, Jugs, etc., values up to $2.00, choice Saturday ,tD
FUUIT JAIIS JELLY TUMBLERS JAR RUBBERS EXTRA CAPS.
BEST GOODS LOWEST PRICES.
CROCKERY SECOND FLOOR.
Last Call For
Sizes 30 to 40
Co&fs cuvd Trousers,
Cais a.nd Trousers,
Co&.ts . a.nd Trousers,
CoJs xnd Trousers,
Great Chance for Ladies m Children Saturday
. Our ppot cash purchase of One Thousand Samples Ladies' and Children's Undcrmuslins at
about half price, will be put on sale Saturday A. M.
Ladies' Oowns, Drawers, Chemises, Corset Covers. Skirts, Children Drawers, CI
Skirts and Gowns. Price per garment, up from v
Silk Neckwear for Women
Ladies' Summer Waists
We are the agents for the celebrated
Geisha Waists. They have more tone
and are better value than any other
waist. Our complete stock now on sale
at a discount of 1:0 per cent
Ladies' House Gowns and
Sweeping sale of all Wrappers and
House Gowns from fl.Uo to CUn
$5.50 on sale at Ov
VISIT OUR BARGAIN CIRCLE In the
Ladles' nud Children's Ready-to-Wear
Section. Bring 48 cents and (tet a
choice of hundreds of ready-to-wear
garments, worth up to $1.00, JOft
for your TOC
Ladies' Union Suits, Ladies
Vests, Ladies' Drawers
All worth 60 centa per garment Z T
Ladies' and Children's Stockings
Ladles' black, open lnce hose.
Ladles' white open-work hose.
Ladles' black and tan balbriggan hose.
Children's fine and heavy ribbed, all
sizes worth 23c Saturday two pairs for
Neckwear Sale for Women
Now is the time to purchase expensive
neckwear cheap. Tills entire lot con
sists of neckwear worth from 3!o to
$1.50 each they come In lnce and linen
stocks, embroidered Swiss collars, lace
and embroidered stocks, and a lot of
collar and cuff sets, worth
$1.50 Saturday, each
Ten ($1.00) Green Trudlng Stamps
DUck Silk Glove Ssle
50 dor., heavy black silk gloves, double
finger tips worth 65 cents C
Face Veiling Sale
In all colors and blacks, plain and fancy
meshes worth 2.V, 50c and 75c Iff
Vt yd. nil go Saturday at IJC
Five (50c) Green Trudlng Stamps with
All silk crepe de chine scarfs, extra
heavy embroidered taffeta scarfs, fine
embroidered silk rlnrn ocarfs, a lot with
real lace trimming. A great many of
this pretty lot are worth $3 Cl!,
All go Saturday at JUC
Twenty ($2.00) Green Trading Stamps
Domestics Cheap Saturday
TABLE PADDING 54-lnch heavy felt
Table Padding, worth 50e 'lO,
Saturday, per yard aCtJC
10c Dress Ginghams, Saturday, f
per yard DC
5c Wash Cloths, '
toe Bed rillows, Saturday 4fl,
85c Bed Sheets, Saturday r(i
Big Sale of Tuscan Polos
Prices specially reduced. Polos with beau
tiful velvet and contrasting wing trim
mings, hand made over wire frames
These hats regularly sell for t tlfl
$3.50, our price 11. J'O
Chip Polos, Lingerie Polos, Val Lace Polos, Hair Braid
and Straw Uraid a full line at easy prices.
Trimmed Hats Trimmed Hats '
An unprecedented Variety to bo closed out. Saturday they
will be handled in three lots (F Z flj J CI
priced at pJ9 CJZ 11U Cpl
Outing Hats Outing Hats
Tretty felt hats for outing, latest mid-summer styles,
white, gray and other colors. Prices very reasonable,
Second Floor. '
Saturday Shoe Sale
Misses' Tan Oxfords and Slippers, $2.00 and ?1.50 QO
values, at . Ww
GOO pairs of Misses' and Children's White and Lineu Canvas
Ties and Low Button $1.00 value JC
300 pairs of Men's and Boys' Canvas Bals OR A
and Oxfords J
BENNETTS DIG MEAT MARKET
Just received by express a large shipment of live Spring
Chickens. Will have them dressed special for 5fl,
Saturday. On sale at, per pound .'...a UC
FOB. FRESH DRESSED, CJIOICE SPUING CHICKENS.
SPUING DICKS fresh dressed for, f f
FRESH LEAF LARD 14 pounds 1 flfl
PORK SHOULDER ROAST- ,
per pound, for O4C
V K A I. I TEAL I
V E A I. S T E W
600 Pairs of Men's Tan Russia Calf Oxfords, in all the latest
toes, hand welt sewed the Knox Specials and M. A.
Packard's makes $3.50 Oxfords
Tremendous Sale of
All our Hammocks now going at a
Hammocks In all colors and
varieties up from
Any Hammock purchased Saturday
foM2.48. I1.BK, $1.48. $1.26 Q8c
Fifty ($5.00) Green Trading Stamps
All Hammocks purchased for $2.50
and up-ONE HUNDRED (flO.OO)
Ureen Trading Stamps.
SEE OUR BABY HAMMOCKS.
Another Book Sale
Late copyright fiction, handsome cloth
binding, beautifully Illustrated pub
llHhed at L60 625 tltlea, 45c
Twenty ($2) Green Trading Stamps.
JOB SALE STANDARD FICTION by
well known authors, handsome cloth
bindings published to retail (Uo
at 6oc special lo
Ten ($1) Green Trading Stamps.
White House Cook Book, SQn
(new edition) "Ot
Bennett'si Olde Amsterdam Linen
100 sheets to pound, OCp
at, pound 7.
Twenty ($2) Green Trading Stamps.
Envelopes to match, new ahapes f)f
and assorted colors, package.. l"v
Bennett's special Waxed Lunch Ci
Paper. 26 sheets
Five (60c) Green Trading Stamps.
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
See our line of White Enameled
Ware, just tne turns you want tu go
camping, suuli as mugs, cups, auuceia,
plated, uowis, puduing umtiua ana wasu
oaslns and many oluer items.
Forty t4) Ureen Trading Stamps with
set ot White Aiflai iviiives fllr
and Forss lor camping UU
Ten ($1) Green Trading Stamps with
set White Metal Tea-. kJ,-,
Twenty (2) Green Trading Stamps
with set Teaspoons, wmu j
Twenty ($) Green Trading Stamps
with 1 Collapsible ; ALunS-' on
num Drinking Cupi. . -V. ....:.:."
Eighty ($S) Green Trading Stamps
with the best MasBage Bath en
Spray , IiOU
One Hundred ($10) Oreen Trading
Stamps with any Chafing O H
Dish, prices up from 4OiJ
Fifty ($6) Green Trading Stamps with
any Ice Cream Freezer, f At
prices up from !
Don't forget we are headquarters
for Ready Mixed Paints, Varnishes,
Oils and Leads. Everything best
quality. Double Stamps Saturday.
four pounds for
Just received a fresh lot of Bennett's Capitol Lnrd
sruarnnteed to be the best, purest and freshest home ren
dered lard on the market on sole In flve-pound f" Q
pails at.: DOC
Forty ($400) Green Trading Stamps with Each Pall of Lard.
The largest and best selected of all best and leading
grades of llaius and Bacon In the city.
Yotir choice of Morrell's Ottumwa (la.) Hnms, Cudnhy's
choice selected Diamond C Brand Hams or Swift's
Premium Hnms every one guaranteed I XI
the best per pound UjC
Thirty ($3.00) Ureen Trading Stamps with Each Ham.
pound . . . . 12c
Five' (50c) Green
with Bon Bon Box
Five (50c) Oreen
with package jP
Lemon Drops. . Jv
Ten ($1) Green Trad
ing Stamps with
package of fine
Sugar 1 A
El Matrimonii) a clear Ha
vana 10c clgnr
each ' C
Londoes, Chlca and Puritano
shapes flfty 3 50
A Genuine French Brlnr ripe
rubber, celluloid and 7A
horn stems each.. . OC
Thirty ($3.00) Green Trading
, a Stamps.
Key West Seconds packed 12
In a box a good
Five (50c) Green Trading
Bennett's Speciul -Granulated
Smoking one pound r
Five (50c) (Jreen Trading
We carry a nice line of 12
In box for outing trips.
BENNETT'S BIG GROCERY
Saturday, big list of Trade Winners, extra clerks to avoid waQing.
Double Stamps on all bul specials, till noon.
Fifty (J6.00) Green Trading Stamps with S pounds finest 4 ff
Java and Mnch.i Coffee lUU
Thirty ($3.om Green Trading Stamps with one pound ;r
of Tea, any grade OOC
Forty $4.mi) Green Trndlng Stamps with one" sack "of 'l ("
Pride of PeniicU's Flour j.UJ
Zoo Toilet Sonp, Five cent package of r
per cake Ol bluing ...."C
Ten ($1.00) Green Trading Stamps with two packages ()K
of Gusto , siOC
Fifty ($5.00) Green Trading Stamps with Ave p'oiinds "' '" flE-
1'enrl Tiiploca OOC
Thirty $XG0i Green Trading Stamps with one quart-ca'ri "
Xtii'kpn's Souis OUC
Twenty (J.'Oi) tireen Trading Stamps with one quart-can O 4 -
Twenty ($.'.)) Green Trading Stamps w 1th one quart-can 1(r
Llhby's Soups , ,iM-Ut
Granulated Sugar, 18 pounds " 00
Thirty (M.Oii) f!rien Trading 's'taniVs' with'"iiree',onns OEp
Hawkeye Cream 40v
Twenty ($2.0ii) Green Trading Stamps with three-pound Ofin
can ntirnham's Clam Chowder "Uw
Ten ($1.00) Green Trading Stamps with pint bottle Oln
ABC Catsup OC
IMamond C Soap, 10 bnrs 25C
Ten ($1.00) Oreen Trading Stamps with one pound can r
Uiamond 8 Salmon ""
CHEESE! CHEESE! CHEESE!
Twenty ($JO0) Green Trading Stamps with one pound
full Cream Rrlck Cheese ,
Twenty (Il'.OO) Green Trailing Stamps with, one pound
New York Full Cream Cheese
MacLaren's Cheese Jars
Ten Cent Cake fin I Five Cent Cake
Maple ('ream I Maple Cream....
Ten t$l.ip Green Trading Stamps with one dozen
Dill I'li'kles ,
Ten ($1 00) Green Trading Stamps with Plfit bottle
Diamond S Salid Dressing t
1V ($1 (H) (Jreen Trading Stamps with two bottles
Diamond 8 Mustard
Ten ($l.i;o Green Trading Stamps with Jar Gedney's
Ten ($1.00) Gfpen Trading Stamps with one bottle .
Gednev's Chili Sauce
Ten ($1.00) Green Trading Stamps with two cans
Webster's Apple Sauce
Gallon can of Peaches .
BUTTER.! BUTTER! BUTTER!
Headquarters for the finest produced. 'Received dally.
Five (50c) Green Trading Stamps with one pounoV " "
finest Dairy Butter ..........
Flvs (50c) Green Trading Stamps with one pound
Country Butter '
Ice Cold Buttermilk, free to everybody. In Butter Dept.
Strictly fresh Country Eggs
f,-. . . . '. .
Ten ($l.o) Green Trading Stamps with one quart 10c
Ten ($1.00) Green Trading Stamps with pint large 23C
Imported Olives "
Warm Woathcr Lunches
Potted Meats. An I Potted Chicken I Frankfurter, .
I rr rn n Ofc I ner can J
Oil Sardines','" Af I Salmon. IOC
W I amHll can... vw
Frankfurter's'and Oc I Salad Mustard, jQc
Sauerkraut J I Jar vw
Vienna Sautiage, fc
rior run vJW
CAPTA1S CAPTURES THE COIN
Eli Hodgim of Omab Gtling Guardi
; Iliiappsars with flompany'i Moiey.
CHARLES I. BENAWA RETURNS TO HOME
Tells o anticess of Organisation la
Knrope Other Members Sow
la New York Will
Charles I Benawa, son of O. S. Benawa
of S230 Burt street, returned to Omaha
Thursday evening from New York City,
where he left the Omaha Guards Gatling
Gun squad. Mr. Benawa returned in good
health and with a world of experience
gathered on his trip of twenty-six months.
during which the siuud covered a large
portion of this country and Europe.
A. H. Clark, another member of the
quad. Is expected here Sunday. George
W. Doane.'L. E. Bauer. C. F. Challang,
E. B. Clark and E. 8. Jamleson. the other
members of the company, are now In New
York City rehearsing for the opening of
their season in Massachusetts next week.
Benawa and A. U. CUrk have left the
company. .' '
The squad met with great favor In the
European countries, closing with a seven
week's engagement In the spectacle, "Port
Arthur," given in the Coliseum in London.
According to tfee account of Mr. Benawa,
Captain Eli Hodglns, formerly captain of
the Omaha Guards and of the Union Gat
ling Guards, left the squad at London, took
$1,000 of the company's money and has not
been heard from since.
Left Others Heldlna; Back.
Mr. Benawa says:
"We hud our tickets bought at London
April S to sail on the Cedrlc. Hodglns had
the squad's money and told us he would
take a little trip down to Paris, go from
there to New York City, where he would
meet us at an appointed time. As we all
had been great chums with Hodglns for a
long time, and as he had always been held
in great esteem and tru: t no one had the
slightest misgiving as to his actions. We
wculd like to meet Mr. Hodglns again. I
think his old Omaha friends Bhould know
of his conduct in this matter."
Ell Hodglns was formerly captain of the
Omaha Guards and of the Union Gatling
Guards. When the guards returned from
the south In 1899 and were mustered out of
the Second Nebraska Mr, Hodglns . reor
ganized the company.
While abroad the squad appeared in nearly
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1(3 XSr AT
Of course consumption can
be cured. Modern medicine
teaches it.' No one longer
Babies have it. Young mothers
have it. The aged have it. None
For over 50 years doctors have
prescribed Ayer's Cherry 'Pectoral
for this disease. It quiets the cough,
controls the inflammation. If inter
ested, talk this over with yourdoctor.
uoe r Ik. t. O. Ay O. . low.U, suae,
ATttt KAlft V1GUK.
ATBR'B AGUB CUES.
AT list S HI.L3.
every Important city in Europe. A request
was received from the king of DenrAark by
the Omaha boys to give a special perform
ance at the royal palace. A number of
social functions were given in honor of the
OPENING OF PLAY GROUNDS
Ceremony Next Tuesday Evening,
When Public Resort Wlll Bo
Given to Chtldrea.
The opening of the puDllc play grounds.
Twentieth and Harney streets, next Tues
day evening, will partake of a publlo char
acter. Every one in Omaha is invited to
attend and witness the formal opening of
this latest feature In the city's advance
ment, The exercises will begin at 7:30, with a
musical selection by the High school band.
Frank Heller, chairman of the Omaha Im
provement league's committee on publlo
play grounds, will make a short talk on the
subject of public play grounds. A flag,
raising to the tune of "The Star Spangled
Banner," will be next in order, to be fol
lowed with short addresses by Dr. George
L. Miller, Mrs. Mary Garard Andrews and
p. A. Benson. Judge Slabaugh, president
of the Omaha Improvement league, will
preside and say a few words. AH the talks
will be limited to five minutes each.
The play grounds committee hopes to
have chairs and a canopy covering for
those who attend the opening. The grounds
are now practically completed and are al
ready open for the little folks.
DR. CISSELL ON DENVER PRESS
Omaha Minister Thinks They Are the
Yellowest Ho lias Ever
"I never saw such yellow newspapers as
they have in Denver," remarked Rev.
Clyde Clay Clssell. D. D., pastor of the
Hanscom Park Methodist church, who has
Just returned from Denver, where he at
tended the national convention of the Ep
"Why. I had occasion to take with me
and distribute some of our little hand
books," he added, "and that furnished the
basis for flaming headline storlea that
Omaha was trying' to capture the next
convention and I was buttonholing all the
delegates with that end In view. As a
matter of fact Omaha never offered any
invitation for the convention or put forth
the first effort, nor did I as much as think
of buttonholing any delegate.
"It seemed, though, as if those papers
were all vying with each other to see
which could get up the biggest , fake.
' "As to the convention, It was a genuine
success. Most ot the Omaha delegates are
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAIIA
Twenty-Fourth Btreet Paring Contract ii
Center of Warm Warfare.
REMONSTRATORS WILL NOT BE QUIETED
Defeated la Council, Those Who
Oppose Proposed Action Now la
tend to Go Into Coart
with the Fight.
Even after the city council has passed an
ordinance providing for the pavement of
Twenty-fourth street, it looks as if thai
work would not be done this year. Borne
of those who have remonstrated declared
yesterday that an attempt on the part of
the city council to let contracts for this
paving or to issue bonds will be opposed.
Injunction proceedings are talked of and
some of the remonstrators have secured
the services of an attorney to put a stop to
Mayor Koutsky said last evening that
the council will not take any steps to go
ahead with the paving until Monday night.
City Engineer Beal Is expected home on
Monday, and It will be necessary for him
to supply some data regarding the assess
ment per lot before a special tax for the
payment of the paving can be Introduced.
Even after the city attorney reported that
the petition of the remonstrators does not
contain a sufficient number of names to
make It binding, and the council passed
the pending ordinance, the members of the
council are still dubious about the outcome.
The following births and deaths have
been reported to the Board of Health
during the twenty-four hours ending at
Births Thomas Olsen. 827 Ohio, boy;
Wine Dobrounkey, I'rague hotel, girl;
Cameron. lu.11 South Thirty-first, girl;
George Spangler, 2262 North Nineteenth,
girl; John Alcorn, 'iil bpaulding, twin
DeatheConley Holms, Fortieth and Pop
pleton avenue. 35; Kay D. Hooton, Denver,
Colo.. 21: Ulenn Pearl. Fifth aud Locust. 1
. . . ' '
I j wfMro af ;
"On snd OU like a Coat"
Made in original designs of
FAST COLOR FABRICS
in style, quality and finish
LIKE CUSTOM WORK.
$1.53 and up.
OLUCTT. PEAOOOY a. CO.,
iASMST Of SHIIiTS AMD CCM.LA4
' s 1M voeio.
They assert that the majority of the peo
ple appear to be with them in the paving
matter, and that they will go ahead as
rapidly as possible in order that some
work may be done on the street this year.
In addition to paving contractors having
a hand In this proposed improvement poli
ticians are showing their hands and openly
assert that the paving will not be done
until after April next.
Sewers Reported Blorked.
It was reported at the city hall yesterday
that the storm of Thursday night filled a
great many of the catch basins with mud
and that sewers backed up Into cellars.
Only the foreman of the street gang was In
evidence yesterday and with a few men
somo of the catch basins .3re cleaned. The
sewers are reported to be in bad shape in a
number of localities and numerous calls
were received yesterday at the city hall for
the engineer In charge. Mayor Koutsky In
tends getting a few men out today to clean
catch basins, and possibly some ot the
sewers may be flushed. In connection with
the sewer system It is stated that since the
river channel has changed the sewer out
lets must be opened to the river. Nothing
will be done In this respect until the city
engineer returns. In the meantime the
hauling of garbage to the elver will be
stopped, as there Is no road. The keeper
of the pest house said last evening that the
hospital Is all right, but that there Is about
two feet of mud on the floor, which will
have to be shoveled out. It will be neces
sary for the city to spend considerable
money to make a road to the river for the
hauling of garbage, but the money for this
work will be available after August 1.
City Connrll Meeting.
An adjourned meeting of the city coun
cil was held at 6:30 o'clock Friday and
the levy and appropriation ordinances were
read for the second time, after having
been favorably reported on by the judiciary
committee. As the levy must be made
by July 15 it is more than likely that an
adjourned meeting will be held some time
today in order that both of these im
portant ordinances may be passed.
Stork Trains Delayed.
Owing to a washout on the Union Pa
cific west of Fapllllon forty cars of stock
billed to the South Omaha market were
delayed until after the noon hour. Upon
being unloaded the rattle were yarded, fed
and watered, and appeared none the worse
for the delay. The prospects fr receipts
today look as If there would be a decrease
all along the line, not only on account of
the storm, but being the end of the week.
Mrs. Gainer's Funeral.
The body of Mrs. J. M. Galney arrived
from Colorado Friday noon and was con
veyed to the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Geary. Funeral services will be
held this rnuralng at St. Bridget's church
and burial Is to be at Holy 8epulchre cem
etery. A number of relative of Dr. Galney
and Mrs. Galney are in the city to attend
Magle City Gossip.
Mrs. J. C. Hendricks has gone to Iowa
to visit friends.
On Sunday the Western Guild will hold
a picnic at Barrett s park.
Ixnna Allbery ot St. Louis Is here tor
a few days visiting friends.
Dr. W. a. 'White Is reported to be so
low that his death Is expected almost any
A bad washout In the roadway Is re
ported on Twenty-second street, between N
and O streets.
There Is to be a poverty social at the
Ifler church. Albright, tills evening. An
Invitation Is extended to all.
Two cars of rock for the city were re
ceived yesterday and city prisoners can
now be put to work on the rock pile.
Tuesday, July IS, Is the date set for a
lawn soclul to be held at St. Agnes' church
grounds. There Is to be music by a band
and refreshments. .
Tl:ls evening the 'members of the Ancient
Ordr of Untied Workmen will go to Pa
umlon to attend a grove social. Grand
Master Workman Van Dyke Is billed to
TWO MORE NEW BUILDINGS
Flat and Stores Chicago and Six
teenth and Flats Twentieth
and Capitol Avenne.
Contracts have been let for the erection
of a Ho, Ok) store and flat building at the
southwest corner of Sixteenth and Chlcugo
streets. Plans call for the remodelling ot
the structure where the Sihaefer drug
store and the Royal hotel now stand und
an addition of a new building 6'ut;ti feet.
The entire building, three stories in
height, will be of brick and will be Uoxl&I
feet, with the largest frontage on Sixteenth
street. Work Is to begin at once. Dr. A. 8.
Wright of Santa Rosa, Cal., owns the prop
erty and will be the owner of the' new
Jacob Slosburg has let the contract for
the erection of a brick building of five flats
at the southwest corner of Twentieth street
and Capitol avenue. It will consist of two
stories and a basement and will cost H6.000.
It faces botn streets.
One Dollar Saved Represents Tea Dol
The average man does not save to exceed
10 per cent of his earnings. He must spend
nine dollars in Hying expenses for every
dollar saved. That being the case he can
not be too careful about unnecessary ex
penses. Very often a few cents properly In
vested, like buying seeds for his garden,
will save several dollars' outlay later on. It
is the same in buying Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Dlarrhoae Remedy. It costs
but a few cents, and a bottle of It In the
house often saves a doctor's bill ot several
Start Work oa Conduits.
The Western Union and Postal Telegraph
companies have given notice that they will
start work on their conduit systems In the
district bourMed by Klghth, Eighteenth,
Capitol avenue and Jackson streets. Tim
Western Union will huve Iron conduits end
those of the Postal company will be of tile.
The electric light company Is now enlarg
ing its conduit district from Howard to
Jackson streets, from Thirteenth to Eight
eenth and from Howard to Deuvenworth.
streets, between Thirteenth and Eighth.
Say Plainly to Your Grocer
That you want LION COFFEE always, and ba,
being a square man, will not try to Bt U you any
thing elae. You may not car for our opinion, but
What About the United Judgment of Millions
of housekeepers who have used LION COFFEE
for over a quarter of a century ?
Is there any ttrtmger proof of merit, than the
Confidence of the People
and ever Increasing popularity?
LION COFFEE Is carefully se
lected at the plantation, snipped
direct to our various factories,
where It Is skillfully roasted and
carefully packed In sealed pack
agesunlike loose cotlce, which
Is exposed to germs, dust. In
sects, etc. LION COFFEE reaches
you as pure and clean as when
It left the factory. Sold only ta
1 lb. packages.
Lion-head on every package.
Pare these Lion-heads far valuable premiums.
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE
W00LS0X SPICE 00.. Toledo, Ohio.
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