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THE OMATIA DAILY BEE: P PS DAY, AUGUST f, 1903.
OPEN BIDS AT HOT SPRINGS
Minagers of Katioat' Soldiers' Horns At
, tociatioo to Award Contract!.
BATTLE MOUNTAIN SANITARIUM PLANS
rir Kew RnlMInd deeded to Com
plete the riant, Whlrh Will
D Finest In tnnntrf
W hen Mnlihtd.
Bids for the construction of five new
buildings nectary to complete he Battle
Mountain sanitarium being constructed at
Hot Fprlng,. B. D.. by the National Home
for Ijisahled Volunteer Buldlers, a cor
poration authorized by conKross, were
opened Saturday afternoon by Major Moaes
Harris of New York City, treasurer of the
national association, and Itr. A. O. Hull,
superintendent of the sanitarium at Hot
Springs. Major Harris will confer with the
board of managers before letting the con
tract. The buildings to be erected are:
8uierlntendent's home, power house, stable,
spring he use- and reservoir.
The sanitarium will be completed and
ready for occupancy by July 1, WO, and
will have cost tO7.500, that amount having
been appropriated by congress for the
'The sanitarium will be used only for
disabled soldiers," said Major Harris.
"The national association has now nine j
branches, and these will act as feeders j
for the sanitarium. When a member of j
one of the branches needs treatment he '
will be taken to the Battle Mountain sanl-
tarium, and when he Is well he will be
taken back to the branch home whence he Towle for repairing wooden bridges during
came. Thi- hospital, when completed, will I the ensuing year. The contract was
care for 3J6 persons. We expect to have It I awarded a week ago and was to have been
ready for occupancy by July 1 next and j signed on Saturday.
will push lonstructlon to that end. The At the time the bids were opened the
buildings are constructed around a center I commissioners did not regard the bid of
In a circle, and we have five of them j Arnoldl with favor, as he was supposed to
about completed, while there are two upon be representing two former county commls
whlch a roof has not been constructed, i sloners Instead of himself entering for the
The buildings re all of stone taken from
the Evans quarries at Hot Springs, and
the roofs are of red tile.
Thousands in the Home.
"In our branch homes last year we cared J
for 31,000 soldiers, a great many of whom
were veterans of the Spanish-American
war, though the larger per cent were civil
war veterans. The association has branch
hores in Ohio. Wisconsin, Maine, Virginia,
Kansas, California, Indiana, Illllnols and
Tennessee." The managers of the associa
tion are: The president of the United
States, the chief Justice, the secretary of
war ex-offlelos. Washington. D. C. ; Gen-
eral Martin T. McMahon, president, 34 ! Board of Railroad Comr.llssloners for Kan
liroadway (New York Life building), New i "as, a, local railroad man said: "The rates
York. N. Y.; General Thomas J. Hender- re In fact higher on grain west of the
son, first vice president, Princeton, 111.; Missouri river than they are east of the
General Charles M. Anderson, second vice river. It Is natural that they should be,
president, Greenville, O.; Colonel George as the expense of operation Is greater and
W. Steele, secretary, Marlon, Ind.; General , there Is not such a density of population.
J. Marshall Rrown, Portland, Me.; Cap- There Is a lower rate per ton per mile east
tain Henry E. Palmer, Omaha, Neb.; Colo-I
nel Walter P. Brownlow, Jonesboro, Term. ;
John M. Holley, esq., Iji Crosse, Wis.;
Major William Warner, Kansas City, Mo.;
Colonel Henry II. Markham, ' Pasadena,
Cal.; Franklin Murphy, esq., Newark, N. J.
A Boost for Omaha.
People who visit Omaha for the first time
are always Impressed by the neatness and
cleanliness everywhere prevailing at our
passenger depots. One constantly hears the
remark, "How clean everything Is." This
condition Is the more noteworthy when
one considers that the dust from con
stantly moving trains, the clouds of soft
coal smoke and the dirt brought In by
thousands of feet offer a problem hard to
solve. In the ordinary home, where condi
tions are favorable, it requires much hard
work to keep everything 'splc and span,"
but how much greater Is the difficulty In
a railroad station or large public building.
The old-fashioned method of using soap
and water will not do the work because
the soap leaves a coating of grease and
resin, and every cloud of dust or smoke
The only cleaner that will remove the
dirt from floors, walls, woodwork and fur
niture, without Injuring them and at the
same time leave a smooth, clean surface,
with no sticky deposit to catch the dirt,
is Gibson's Soap Polish. What will clean
the greasy smoke out of our passenger
depots ad the mud out our large office
buildings will surely keep your home In an
Ideal condition. Gibson's Soap Polish Is
used in our depots and all our large office
buildings because It Is the most economical
and effective cleanser known. Get a one
pound can for 10 cents at your grocer's
and let It show you how easy It Is to keep
your house In perfect order.
Over 1.000.000 acres of Una in the Uintah
Indian reservation In eastern Utah will be
opened for settlement August 2S. Regis
tration for homestead entries will com
mence August 1 at Grand Junction, Colo.,
and at Vernal, Price and Provo, Utah, and
continue until 6:00 p. m., August IS. The
drawing for these lands will be held at
Provo, Utah, August 17; making the entrUs
will begin at Vernal August 28. The short
est route to Giand Junction and other
points of registration from Denver and all
points east Is via the Colorado Midland
railway, this Una being seventy-two miles
horter than any other. For parties de
siring to outfit to enter this reservation.
Grand Junction Is the best point from
Which to make start For Information as
to train service, rates, etc.. write or ap
ply to 5". L. Feaklns, T. F. and P. A., C. H.
Jty., Room 60, First National Bank build,
trig. Omaha, Neb.. o( C. H. Spears, General
, Passenger Agent. Denver. Cola
TO THE HARVEST FIELDS
Of Minnesota, North and South Dakota
Every day during the month of August
the Chicago Great Western railway will sell
to parties of five or more harvest hands
tickets to towns In the above states at
greutly reduced rates. For further infor
mation apply to 8. IX Parkhurst, General
Agent, 1613 Farnain St., Omaha, Neb.
Men's, boys', children's clothing, hats,
ladles' suits, skirts, millinery, etc.. cash or
credit. People's Store. 16th and Farnam.
MAUL Undertaking Co. est. 1S64. Tel. 228.
New Motion Pictures.
Dare Devil Fackler
High and Fire Dive.
IT IS ALWAYS COOL AT MANAWA
WILL OF I. R. ANDREWS FILED
Property Left by Dead l.sTwyer I
Divided Between the Widow
and the Son.
The will of the late Isaac R. Andrews
has been filed for probate by the widow,
Mary Gerard Andrews, who asks to be
appointed speolal admlnivator, so that
certain matters of immediate necessity may
be attended to. The will Itself makes her
role executrix and administratrix without
bond. Neither the will or the application
for probate gives any Indication of the
value of the estate.
The son, Rollln Gerard. Is given testator's
law library, office furniture, clothing and
Jpw?, , , gvn a uw
pou(h 0mftha an
d a half ln-
Of these he Is to have only the rents, In
terest and use until he shall be 25 years of
age, when they will become his In ee
simple. His mother Is named as guardian
of the son until he shall reach the age of 23.
Mrs. Andrews Is to have all the residue of
the estate of whatever kind or character.
The will was made August 79, 1900.
COUNTY BOARD MANDAMUSED
Disappointed Flldder for County
Bridge Contract Cites the
Board Into Court,
Just before the Roard of County Commis
sioners adjourned Saturday morning a
deputy sheriff, at the " instance of a Mr.
Arnoldl, served the members of the board
with a mandamus Issued by Judge Troup,
citing them to appear Monday and show
cause why they should not be restrained
from entering Into a contract with John W.
work In good faith. Towle got the contract
on the ground of being the lowest respon
Nothing but routine business was done
by the board at a short m
RATES ON GRAIN IN THE WEST
Railroads Admit Chnralnv Higher
Tariff West of Missouri
In respect to the rate complained of by
Carr W. Taylor, attorney for the State
of the Missouri river than is in effect
locally west of the river, but, figuring on
through rates from Nebraska and Kan
sas to Chicago and comparing them with
the local rates from points In Iowa and
Missouri to Chicago, It is seen that there
Is not such a difference. It Is thought in
some quarters that the move on the part
of Mr. Carr is largely political."
FIRE AND POLICE MATTERS
No Action Taken on 'Water Pressure
Test Because of Bio Official
No action was taken by the Board of
Fire and Police Commissioners at a special-
meeting held Saturday morning on the
request of the Water bqard for the use of
firemen and hose to make a, test of wator
pressure, because no such communication
had got before the commissioners.
Clerk Harvey was instructed to advertise
for bids for 10,000 feet of cotton-Jacket fire
hose for the use of the fire department and
for a new patrol wagon. The present wagon
Is getting old and shaky and a new one,
based on specifications yet to be prepared,
Tho resignation of W. H. Story as police
man was accepted; also that of E. W
Boyles, secretary to the chief of police and
superintendent of the Bertlllon department.
Have Root prtnt It.
Odd Pellovta, Attention.
Members of Omaha Lodge No, 2, I. O. O.
F., are requested to assemble at Odd Fel
lows' Hall on Sunday, August 6, 1906, at 1:30
p. m., to attend the funeral of our late
brother George W. Brown. Visiting mem
bers and those of sister lodges are also
requested to attend.
PAUL C. STEIN. N. G.
CHARLES A. PATTEP.Iil, Sec'y.
"Gas Stoves at The People's Store."
German Republican club Meeting at
Washington hall, August 6, at 2 o'clock, p.
m. Election of officers.
CHARLES V. HOLLER, N. Q.
MAX FRIEMAN, Sec y.
!2-K weddings rintra. Edholm, Jeweler.
Summer Vacation 'fours.
The Michigan Central, "The Niagara Falls
Route," to the Thousand Islands. St. Law
rence river, Adlrondacks, Lakes George and
Champlaln, Catskllls, Hudson river, White
mountains, forests and lakes of Maine, New
England sea coast, Michigan resorts, etc.
For copy send to C. C. Merrill, T. P. A.. M.
C. R. R., Kansas City, Mo.
Harry B Davis, undertaker. Tel. 1221
Eagles and their friends will leave Omaha
In special cars for Denver at 4:10 p. m.
August 14 via Union Pacific. Those con
templating a trip with the Eagles' party
should apply for sleeping car reservation
at once to D. W. Canon, Secretary Aerie
No. 38, or to O. E. Abbott, C. T. A.. 1324
Farnam street. Phone 316.
An important deal has Just been con
summated In the transfer of W. 8. Stryker's
Regent shoe stock to Hayden Bros.
Dr. Shepard. 308 N. Y. Life. Hours, 1 to 5.
AT MANHATTAN BEACH IS DELIGHTFULLY COOL
Boating, Fishing and Other Pastimes'
Free Shows Today
EUGENE TRIO I Covalt's Band
Afternoon A Evening.
G. L Heffner
OMAHA LEADS THE COUNTRY
Jnlj Enildiog Fenniti Make Splendid
Showing in Comparison.
EXCEEDS IN VALUE ALL BUT FIVE CITIES
Percentage of Increase the Greatest
la the 1,1st, with Fine Records
of Prosperous limes
at All Points.
For July Omaha has the distinction of
standing first among the leading cities of
the country in the per cent of gain In
building operations over the same month
In 1904, according to advance sheets of the
Construction News. The gain by which
Omaha distances by far all competitors is
464 per cent, Louisville being the nearest
city, with 166. In value of new construc
tion this city ranks sixth, with only Chi
cago, New York, Philadelphia, St. Louis
and Cleveland ahead of It. Other western
cities In its class are far outranked. Here
Is the showing and what the Construction
News has to say about It:
' 1906. Per Cent.
New York 2i7
3.. 6. 4.18
St. Louis 764
Minneapolis ... 491
Kansas City... 3".
Milwaukee .... 367
Indianapolis .. 3'.'4
St. Paul 206
Total 6.7tt. 85,366.000
Of the twenty cities seventeen show gains
and only three decreases. An Interesting
phase of the situation is the fact that a lot
of cities which have been in the back
ground for some time show marked In
creases. Omaha heads the list with an in
crease of 464 per cent; Louisville, 166; St.
Louis, notwithstanding the fair, has an
increase of 13!); New York, 109; Allegheny,
which has heretofore shown heavy de
creases, has a gain of 89; Cleveland, 4i; De
troit, 36; Memphis, 29; Indianapolis, 21; Co
lumbus, 19; Philadelphia. 10; Denver, 9, and
Chicago and Kansas City an Increase of 1
per cent each. The decreases were con
fined to Buffalo. 24 rer cent; New Orleans,
IS. and Milwaukee, 16.
There Is no indication of a let up In con
struction in any part of the country, but,
on the other hand, there are marked evi
dences that In certain points therp will be
an Increase. The foregoing Is considered an
LYNCH DEMANDS TW0H0RSES
Plumbing: Inspector Will Resign
Rather Than Submit to
Plumbing Inspector John 1 Lynch has
threatened to resign If his allowance of $25
a month for horse hire Is cut to $15. The
amount was raised to the former figure a
few months ago by the council upon the
Inspector's statement that he required two
horses In order to cover the city and at
tend to the great quantity of plumbing
work under way. He said one horse could
not stand up under the service he was
forced to exact. Recently the mayor dis
covered that the other inspectors using
horses were allowed only $15 and he imme
diately proposed to cut Lynch down to the
same figure. This caused a big protest
from the plumbing inspector and he has
told councilman he will resign rather than
la Desperate Straits
are many, who could 'be cured by Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption,
60c and $1.00. For sale by Sherman & Mo
Connell Drug Co.
NO 0CCASI0NT0 QUARANTINE
Omaha lias I. title Nerd io Fear au
Invasion of Yellow
"I do not think any necessity exists for
establishing a quarantine in Omaha against
the south and yellow fever," says Health
Commissioner Ralph. "I believe that .should
a case of the fever come to Omaha, that
the patient might get well or die, as cir
cumstances govern, but that the yellow
fever would end right there. Climatic
conditions, In my opinion, would make the
spread of yellow fever Impossible In Ne
braska. I have known cases In northern
stat is, and, In fact, a brother who con
tracted the fever In the south died In Illi
nois, but no epidemics were started. No
precautions were taken In my brother's
Case, and his was the only one in the
family or vicinity. I do not think there is
any cause for alarm about yellow fever In
Baby Lion In a Stands? School.
The great Ploto Shows will soon be here,
and as It will be the only big show to
visit this section during the present circus
season, everyone Is entitled to be informed
of the fact so all can make their arrange
The new menagerie has had so many
additions the past winter difficulty has been
found in finding locations for many valua
ble beasts of the forest.
Nellie, a gentle lioness, Is wondering what
has become of one of her pet cubs, only 5
weeks of age. Dr. Clifton, the pastor of
the Universallst church at Colorado
Springs, prevailed on Mr. Floto to loan
him the cub for a few days to use as an
object lesson In illustrating a lecture which
he delivered there before the children.
The consent of Mr. Floto was obtained,
and, resting on a bed of straw Inside a
telescope bag, the little animal was car
ried Into the Sunday school room.
Dr. Clifton said:
"Now, children, I want to tell you some
thing about this little fellow. He has
been way from his mamma some hours and
he Is hungry, and, like a good many little
boys I know, he wants to go back to his
dear mamma, who, no doubt, misses him
"The lesson I want you to learn from
him before he goes back Is this: As you
see him now be is all Innocence. He Is
gentle and docile as the sweetest Infant
child. Ity nature he Is wicked and savage,
and when he grows up to be a big lion.
If you should meet him In the Jungle he
would destroy you or lay you prostrate by
"So It Is with children. We are all sinful
by nature, but, unlike the lion, our future
is open to us. We can all be good boys
and girls, and when we grow up to man
hood and womanhood we can still have
Christian character and gentleness by fol
lowing our Lord Jesus Christ."
The baby and aTl the full grown Hons
will be here with the Floto shows at Om
aha Thursday, August 10.
W. B. Stoker Stock Bold.
The entire Regent shoe stock of W. 8.
Stryker of 312 South Sixteenth street has
been purchased by Hayden Bros. The Re
gent 3.r0 and H "o shoes are Omaha made
by Omaha workmen, and every pair bears
the Union stamp. They come In all leath
ers, shapes and styles and are adapted to
all kinds of wear. This stock will be placed
on sale by us within a few days and will
afford our customers a rare opportunity for
bargain-getting. Watch dally papers for
. HAYDEN BROS., Omaha, Neb.
A Dainty Diminutive
LADIES' WATCH Is a present that Is always appreciated, a possession that's
always cherished. We have Just such a watch. In fact, a number of them, and
we are not putting It too strong when we term It
A Very Special Bargain
A Ladles' Hunting Oold-Fllled Watch, engraved or plain, as you wish, twenty
years' guarantee, Elgin or Waltham Movement, 12.65
Here Is a chance to get a really valuable and high class Watch for little
DIAMONDS ARE GOING I P, UP ALL THE TIME. But If you wish a
really One Diamond nt the price ml In ten years ago, you'd better not-over-look
this chance. We have a few lust a few very fine stones, bought for
pot cash and cheap at that. We will sell them the same way.
Look In, you're always welcome.
At the Sign of the Crown
115 So. 16th St. Opposite the Boston Store
We are Watch Inspectors for the
of Clocks for all the City Schools.
Teeth Extracted..... 25c
Porcelain Fillings $1 up
Cold Filling... up
tv'.er Fillings... 50c up
Crowcia $2.50 up
Hates $2,00 up
Of the Lewis nnd Clark Exposition, Portland,
Oregon, telegraphs as follows:
"I congratulate and thank the Union
Pacific on behalf of the directorate for
the superb Lewis and Clark folder. It
is one of the most elaborate and complete
of any iitmcd in connection with tliA
Those who Intend to visit
The Oregon Country
will find In this publication a rare fund of infor
mation. It tells you of the shortest way to reach
the Exposition City, what is to be Been en route,
and of the return trip through
Free on application. Call at or address
CITY TICKET OFFICE, 1324 FARNAM ST.
' Haying had chances to purchase several
large stocks at our own price, we loaded
up and now find our stock entirely too
heavy. We thought at our low prices the
entile stock would move quickly, but were
somewhat disappointed. The people did
not respond as they should when they
could et so much for their money. Con
sequently we find ourselves completely
overstocked In light and medium weights.
We now must turn this enormous surplus
Into money, and in order to accomplish
this quickly, we realise that great sacri
fices have to be made. This opportunity
should be taken advantage of by small
dealers wh) can buy their stock here at
way below manufacturer's cost. We now
mention a few of the prices:
Choice of all silk and cotton Umbrellas
from the Oswege stock, 25c suitable for
men, ladles or children. Knee Pants 10c,
or one dime. Men's extra strong pants
69c. Socks 3c a pair. Men's handkerchiefs
2c. Men's suspenders as low as Be. Boys'
for same price. Men's overalls 25c. Boys'
Buffalo Bill coats 9c. Light weight under
shirts 10c Just think of It, one dime for a
man's undershirt. Men's sillk bosom shirts
25c; a few as low as 15c. Boys' long pants
4Sc. Boys' overalls 15c. Men's fine pants
$1.39. Men's all wool suits of clothes $3.85.
Shirts worth up to $1 50 for iSc. Men's
suits worth up to $150 for $485. Suits
worth up to $18.00 for $8.85. Fine outing
pants $1.60. Suspenders worth up to 75c
for 25c. Silk finished handkerchiefs 7c.
Midget silk ties, suitable for men. ladles
or boys, c. Large assortment of men's
fancy hose, worth up to 2oc, choice 9c.
Outing suits, some as low as $1.9S extra
fine ones for H.s5. We could go on quot
ing prices, for there Is an UNLIMITED
amount of first class merchandise to be
We've got the goods, and you have the
money. Let us exchange. It's a 3 to 1
proposition In your favor.
1519-1521 Douglas St.
When You Write
remember It only taste an extra stroke or
two u( the pen l mrnitou the tact that you
saw the ad. la The bee.
C, St. P., M. & O. R. R., and Inspector
uqy.1t! a-" w .HH ' Sff ew.yiBLMlMl J. MM!1! ',y a4
15 Years Same Location
Bridge Work $2.50 up
Nerves removed with
Loose Teeth Made
Work guaranteed 10 7 ears.
rrI MW- m
1 1 nisw ii it 1 1 s fur mm wmmm n ini fii
Peop cut on all of olir men's,
women's, boys,' misses' mid cuild
rpu's tan shoes nud oxfords.
All of our Ilanan's T CA
5.K) Tan Oxfords J.JU
All of our Boyden's ? CA
$3.00 Tan Oxfords J.JU
All of our Clapp's $5.50 T7C
Six lines of Men's Russia Tan Ox
fords, regular price $3.50 C(
and $4.00, now. D)
AH of Ilanan's Imported Russia
Calf Tan Oxfords, regu- 1 Cft
lar $4.50. now .D3
Zeigler Ilros.' $4.00 Tan C A
Wickert & Gardner's $4.00 r(
Tan Oxfords iS.JU
Six lines of Women's $H 50 Tan Ox
fords, turn and welt soles, y Cf
closliiK out at mtJJ
Four lines of Women's f Cf
$3.0O Tan Oxfords l.vU
Closing out our misses' and child
ren's White Canvas Hut- f ft A
ton Shoes, welt soles, at.. l.UU
Also all of our misses' and child
ren's White Canvas
Oxfords, at DC
, We are offering' you nothiug In
this sale but this season's goods
all new and up-to-date.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam St.
DEPUTT STATE VETERINARIAN,
H. L RAMACCIOTTI, D. V. S
Office and Infirmary, 28lh and Mason fits.,
OMAHA, NEB. . Yekjhuiie Mi.
Watch for the
tsi ntutiLK stork.
A Money Saving Proposition
J list tho samp ns finding clothes money to tiny your suit hero now. Ot'H
GREAT At Gl'ST CLEARING SALE of MEN'S nn.l HOYS' SI MMER t lOTH
1NG offers to the buyer uneiiualed oipni-luiilUes for economical luiylnif. Style!
are tUt latest, quality of fabric unMir;Us.sed. See these offerings Monday.
iHtm ; y
ED Uh '(f $Kff
city 7 i hW
OTHER MONDAY SPECIALS
Worth $2.50 and $3.50
Children's Knee Pants Suits
In double-breasted style
worth $2.50, ut
Best Agricultural and Stock Raising Region.
Soil deep, rich and productive in the grow
ing of Wheat, Corn and Alfalfa. Purchase v
price from $5 to $36 per acre, which equals
the returns of the $50 to $150 per acre
lands of other States.
CLIMATE IDEAL, AMPLE RAINFALL
Buy quick and secure the benefit of an excellent Investment.
a Write for lurtber Information, Illustrated literature and
LOW SETTLERS' RATES.
H. C. TGWNSEKD. General Passenger and Ticket Aoent, ST. LCUIS. MO.
!... iitt.iii.s rii,s. i'. t.om .t i: ,
Trni. fans. Altt. I'as. Ticket Aid,
S. K. Corner Iftth and Fnriiaiii. Oinulin, .Neb.
Great numbers of people made
purchases at our Hlg Tan Oxford
Sale last week,, anil other great
numbers will make purchases this
week. You should be one of the
nurnlx-r and get one of the best
shoe bargains ever offered in the
Men's best $5.00 and
J6.00 Tan Oxfords
Men's best $3.50 and
$4.00 Tau Oxfords
Ladles' $5.00 Laird &
Schober Tan Ox
Ladies' best $3.50 and
$4.(J Tan Oxfords
Small sizes of ladies' $2.0O and $2.50
Tim Shoes and Ox
firds on bargain table
FRY SHOE CO.
16th and Douglas 55.
Ask for a
. nrr illlC .. .re WOT paying
DE8T PECAU Toa sre "T psTin,
tit ri. rvna mn-cv w -m
trT, rr. lolis.
Bee Want Ads
Don't Miss the
W. S. Stryker's
57.50 to $10 Summer Suits at $5
No old, antiquated styles in this lot. but
every one of them up ti-il,ite. with hair
cloth fmnts and paitibd .-iioulders, of a
variety of fabrics ami cnlnrs, which can
not hflp but pleas the
greatest Hlnrs ever
offered in Omaha
$12.50 and $15.00 Summer
Suits a? $7.50
In all the newest shades and Intent pat
terns. In sIiik!i or double-hrensted styles,
with padded shoulders nnd haircloth fronts
values in;n cannot ran to
please the most exact Itik
in snap,.y. riiwyy Myles
unequuled b.irsains "at ....
$16.50 to $18.00 Summer
Suits at $10.00
Everyone of these suits are hand tailored
throuphout by skilled workmen and pos
sess an Individuality and style charac
ter equal to the very best grade of cus
tom work. They have hand-nivilded shoul
ders and self-retaining haircloth fronts,
and are guaranteed to hold their Khapo.
An immense issortoment of plain blacks.
blurs and fan-y mixed
colois. In all t lip newe:
ana tiest taiirlrs an )
tra special value at.
Boys' Long Pants Suits
Apes 15 to 1!) years worth
$5 and $0.50 special at..
Children's Wash Knee Pants
In great variety of colors and
Some Drug Specials
i:c i...-llctoe Cream for N0
(Free Hamples Monday.)
Colgate's "YK1J.OW" Sou p dozen.... S"C
(The "Green" and "Urown" at same price.)
White Klbbon Soap Monday two for.. sr.
"ASEPTIC" Drinking? Cups two for... 6o
(Just the thing for tourists, hunters and
GOOD TAI.Cl'M POWDER box o
COMPLEXION HOAP Three 25e cakes
and !nc Rubber Complexion Brush
ll.lfl linker's Hurley Miill for
$1.00 Hurnham rlarsaparllu for
il.OU Colgate's Violet Water for
WHITE 1'OK CATAl.OUCti.
Sherman & McCcnnell Drug Go.
Cor. 10th jihI Dodae, Oiuuha, Neb.
KILLS BKI) DIGS,
KILLS MI HOIIKS,
KILLS ALL IVSIOCTS,
Kills the Ksu, Too. See the Foist
HAS NO 0D0RI
Does Not Burn or Explode.
'GREEN IfJIHON" la easily applied
with brush or feather. A 25-cent bottle of
"GREEN POISON" fiom your druggist
will kill a million bugs.
DKl'LTV STATE VETERINARIAN.
H. L RAMACCIOTTI, D. V. S
OhVe and Infirmary, 28th and Mason Bta
OMAHA, NEB. Telephone 039.
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LATEST, LIGHTEST. NEATEST, CHEAPEST LEATHER
BGUND MATTING SUITCASES, $3.50. 53.75. $4.00.
Convenient to carry, nice to lo k at and are made to last
We carry a full line of Grips, Suitcases and Trunks of our
owu manufacture. Send for catalogue. Trices rljjut.
WE DO REPAIRING.
Omaha Trunk Factory, 1209 Farnam St.
QUALITY IS OUR MOTTO I
for bill hoards, leer palatlasr. eleeke.
r.lnreo, AL to Imported
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