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THE OMAIIA DAILY BKE: RATTTRDAT. SEPTEM HER 23, 10115.
Splendid Furnishing Goods Eargalni Saturdj
Special Shoe Sale Saturday v
Women's fine $3.50 Shoos, tan or black $1.96
Men's $3.50 and $4.00 Regent Shoes $2.25
Men's, bojV and youths' $1.50 satin lace shoes 93c
"Women's, misses' and child's $1.50 vici kid lace shoes 98c
Children's $1 vici kid and patent leather, lace or button. .69c
Women's $2.50 odd sire Julietts 39c
We are showing all the New Styles in shiny leathers and
the new Demo-Calf Shoes, priced within the reach of all.
26 styles of the Grover Soft Shoes for Tender Feet carried
Agents for the Stetson and Crossett Shoes for men.
All Mail Orders
Except in Hour
fjvery item a value which y
every one then come and see
you won't be disappointed.
ou cannot afford to miss, read
the goods. We enn guarantee
Men's All Wool Shirts and Draw
ersWorth up to $2.00, broken
lots and sizes, but greatest val
ues ever shown at, per Q
garment U JC
Ladies' Underwear In fall and win
ter weights, worth up to "ZC
76c per garment, at. . . . JC
Men's and ladles' nigh Orade Vnder
wear The best values and most
complete stock ever shown in the
west at per narnipnt, $1.50
Ladles' 60c Ribbed Vests and Pants,
special value Saturday, 1C.
Ladles' 89c Heavy Ribbed Vest and
Fauts, special Saturday,
Lndles' Natural Wool Vests and
THE RELIABLE STORE.
Ladies' Ribbed Vests and rants,
LadirV Combination HuMs, made
Pants, regular $1.00
from the finest Egyptian cotton,
Fleece Lined Vests and Pants for
Misses and ChUdren, sizes 16 to
worth 60c, special value,
34, regular 25c quality,
35c NEW NECKWEAR 12 f-2c.
Saturday morning trrlns ur bl
SPF-CIAL NECKWEAR BAi-, Tw
fancy Btocks, Turnovers and T
NwVwwr, In the newest styles,
worth 26o and Kc each, at- J2iC
Al'mlt of four' pieces to aach eua-torr.tr.
EXTRA SPECIAL SATURDAY.
IOC Silk Belts at o
Jbo 811k Velllnga at 8C
lie liabrolderles for corset covers
at, yard lo
80c Ribbons, yard "to
J5o Tooth Brushes at THo
SOc. Pura Bilk Ribbon (washable) at lOo
16c Pvarl Buttons at. dozen !Ha
Beginning Monday, Sept. 25th, until the Horse Show, Oct.
9th, we will sell all Real Laces at 25 Per Cent Discount from
regular prices. Don't miss this opportunity. We are showing
the finest line ever seen in the west.
Here Price Pleas tho Purse)
Thoee who are making
homes can here Bare when
earing means bo much.
Thoee with slender means
can hare comfort, style and
Quality at small expense.
We offer you here a solid
oak chair with a good cane
seat, brace arms, three
stretchers In front, neatly
carved back, good golden
finish for 83c. Regular
Large Oak Arm Rocker
High back, neatly carved,
leather cobbler seat. A
good looking, well con
structed rocker, golden fin
ish. Regular price $3.00, sale price $1.85
ANOTHER SNAP IN CHAIRS.
After our last sale we find we have several patterns of chairs, running
from one up to three of a kind. These go now below cost. All jruar
untfd oak, tine rhnlrs.
$2.60 Chairs three of a kind now fl.BO
$2 76 Chairs three of a kind now. .C1.7S
$2.60 Chairs two of a kind now fl.BO
$1.96 Chairs two of a kind now $1.25
A lot of chairs at 91.00, 83c and 75c one and two of a kind.
Just in a fine uew line of Extension Tables.
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GRAND OPENING OF
Autumn Millinery Saturday
RARE TYPES OF ARTISTIC ELEGANCE
THIS IS THE FASHION EVENT OF THE SEASON.
EXQUISITE FRENCH MILLINERY
DISTINCTIVE, ORIGINAL, EXCLUSIVE
The thoughts of the masters whom all the world recognise as authors of the moat charming millinery models have
ben oonocntmted In our present displays. Thus It Is that the united efforts of the beat talent In the great style sources
give to our' display that distinctive originality and exdusiveness which Is so essential In hata for theater wear, receptions
and suoh other formal functions aa ara uppermost In the minds of Fashion's devotees.
For opening day we will offer ail our Parla pattern
Paris Model Hats, $15.00, $17.50, $20.00, $25.00
OPENING DAY SPECIAL
Pattern Hats at $7.50, $10.00 and $12.50
From A till 10 A. M. Men's
high grade madras shirts In
neat fall pattorns. worth up
to $1.00, choice Satur- -1Q
day for one hour. . . . C
r'roi 10 U!l 11 A. M. Men's
Fleece Ltnod I'nderwear, in all
sizes, good values at 60c, for
this one hour, choice, per If
These are hats copied from the Paris hats, and should
sell for double the price wa ask.
Medium Priced Millinery Copies of Pattern Hats$H.9S
It has always been our aim to give the best values possi
ble at this price. This season we come forth with a collec
tion of styles far vuperlor In workmanship and materials than
any ever offered here or elsewhere. We Invite your Inspection.
Tailored Suit Hats at $3.98
Our assortment of suit hata la the largest and most com
plete to be found In the city.
hats at about half their original cost to Import.
A FEW SPECIALS FOR OPENING DAY
$3.00 Hand-Made Silk Hats $1.9S
Twenty-five doien ladles' fine hand-made tucked Japanese
suk nats. naae on nucxram rramee. They
come In large flaring shapes and continental
block brown, navy and champagne
Hand-Made Silk Velvet Hats. $1A9
Made of Paon velvets. A limited number will be sold
at this price. '
Ladlas' la I Turban 11.49
ChUirtn't and mutt' Ctp$ 25c and Me
, HAYDEN BROS.' MILLINERY DEPARTMENT.
MISS BELLE KN0WLT0H, Proprialor.
WE HAVE SECURED THE SERVICES
of an expert optician. Your eyes will be properly fitted and
glasses faultlessly fitted at the very lowest prices.
Visit Our Optical Department.
rS ALL THE NEW FALL STYLES.
It's always the quality that counts with the
shrewd buyer. The haU we place on special
sale Saturday are bound to please for the quality
Is there. Don't fall to see them. Stiff or soft
bats in all the latest style.
$2.00 and $2.60 HaU J JJQ
$1.00 and $1.25 1 OO I 'L0 " c Cfl
Hats at IUU I Hats at 3UC
Boys' and Cbildrsn's Caps In fancy Scotch flannel
cashmere, blue serge, In yacht, auto IP
and golf styles, 50o and 39c values at. . aaJC
The Derby Hat in all the most stylish brims and
crowns, Dunlap and Kaox blocks, 2 50
SEE OUR CORSETS
We're always glad to show you the
newest styles in corsets, whether
you buy or not. We want you to
know that our stock Includes a
complete line of the most popular
and best makes on the market.
A8 SATURDAY SPECIALS we ara
showing 60c and T6o ooraets and
girdles that have become slightly
soiled from handling, but Of
enceptlonal values, choice. f
BEE THE NEW MODELS In R.
a., Kabo. Warner's, W. B.. Royat
Worcester. La Oroque and La
Marguerite Corsets, best on
earth, at tlO.OO down 7 00
WARNER'S ' RUST ' PROOF COR
SETS (Just Ilka out.) A most
comfortable and satisfactory gar
ment, long hips and two sets of
hose supporters, sises It to 36,
drab or white, 1 sn
DON'T MISS THESE
Ladies' Fancy Embroidered
Hose, in blacks and colors,
Ladies' and Misses' Hose,
in plain and fancy colors,
worth 19c and
Boys' Bicycle Hose Very
heavy ribbed with double
knee, heel and toe,
regular 25c values. -2C
Powder, box 2
"William's or Colgate's
Shaving Soap, r
per cake JC
Venetian Tooth f r
Paste 13 C
Beef, "Wine and
Cohd Cream, f Cl
SO lbs Purs Cans Granulated
10 bars best brand Laundry
48-lb. sack Fancy High Patent
Minnesota Flour, nothing
better for family use.... 91.85
The best Pearl Tapioca, Bago
or Barley, lb c
Choice Japan Rice, per lb 4e
Jello, Jellycon or Advo JelL
per pkg TX
1-lb. cans Rex Pork and Beans, .so
Largs bottles purs Tomato
Means Money Saved on Your Living Expenses.
The best Laundry Starch, lb. ..c
1-lb. pkg. best Cornstarch 4c
The best Soda or Oyster
Crackers per lb 6Ue
1-lb. cans Assorted Soups. ...7Hc
1-lb cans Golden Table Syrup 7 Ho
The best Pickling Spices, lb. . .BOc
lC-os. can Condensed Cream THo
BUTTER AND CHEESE PRICES.
Choice Dairy Butter, per lb..leVs
Fancy Dairy Table Butter, lb. 18o
Extra eholos Creamery Butter,
per lb 21o
Fancy Separator Creamery
Butter, per lb 23o
Fancy Brick or Llmburger
Cheeas, per lb 15c
Fanoy New York Whits Cheese,
per lb 15c
Fancy Wisconsin Cream
Cheese, per lb 15c
FRUIT t FRUIT! FRUIT!
1-bushel boxes of fancy Kefer
Pears for canning, nothing
Fanoy California Freestone
Peaches, per crate 75c
I measures fresh roasted
1-lb. rack facoy Colorado
Honey . . . . 10c
Beautiful Garments for Fall Wear
The greatest display of enticing values ever shown
In the city.
12B Handsome Tailor Suits Just received in time
for Saturday's selling. The very newest designs,
made especially for Hayden Bros.
Stylish Suits, in fancy mixed and plain fabrics In
two different styles, have 4G-ln. coats with inlaid
velvet collars, would be considered Rood values
at $16.00, very special values Saturday g J)
Handsome Tailor Suits, with full or medium length
coat, satin or taffeta lined and silk stitched,
good value at $20.00, Saturday, gQ
Elegant Tailor Suits, made of Lyman's wool Chev
iot, in light, medium or dark colore, lined
throughout with fine taffeta or guaranteed satin.
good values at $36.00, special Satur
day at, choice
GREAT BALE OF CRAVENETTE COATS.
A manufacturer hard pressed for money sold us his entire stock at
about half price. You get the benefit.
$9.00 Cravenettes in medium and dark castors, size 32 to 44,
$12.00 and $16.00 Cravenettes in seven different styles, grays, browns,
blues, greens, castors, all handsome up-to-date styles, your n aa
choice Saturday (j,Jt
Ladles' Walking Skirts, worth regularly
up to $6.00, special, at
The New Butterfly Skirts, In all colors,
special bargains at
Elegant Walking and Dress Skirts, the greatest
variety and best values shown in
Omaha, at $12.60, $10, $7.60 and.
Women's Waists In prettily embroidered
linen, $2.60 values, Saturday
Fins Sicilian and Nun's Veiling Waists in the
newest styles, great values,
Children's Early Fall Coats, ages 3 to 12 years,
worth from $6.00 to $7.00, choice f no
Saturday at $2.98 and I. JO
From 8 tiU 10 A. M. Women's $1.00
Wrappers, at '.
From 9 till 11 A. M Flannelette Dress
Far Lined Coat Special Saturday we will sell fur lined coats,
worth $18.60. at
Saturday's Meat Specials
Hens, per pound 12o
Fresh Dressed Spring Chickens, per pound 12c
Shoulder Roast, fancy, per pound Syc
Shoulder Steak, fancy, per pound fiic
Hound Steak, fancy, per pound 8Vc
Veal Stew, per pound SVjC
Boil Beef, per pound 2Vc
Corn Beef, per pound 2o
HUNTING "FANTOM" MOOSE
MjiUrioui Animal that Holds Sway in a
' Mostaia Forest,
CRACK SHOTS FAIL TO MAKE A HIT
Hundreds of Men om Its Track at
Different Ttmea la Forty Years
Wlerd Story of Frontier
Every man who has lived in southern
Montana for any length of time, especially
If ha enjoys the hunting stories told hy the
old-timers, has heard of the "fantom
moose" whlrh makes his home at the head
of Wlae river and has defied the e (Torts of
all the hunters of Montana to slay htm.
For forty years or more this animal has
held undisputed sway In the forest surrounding-
the head of Wise river and not
one of the hundreds of hunters who have
sworn to slay him has ever had tha satis
faction of seeing the animal turn a hair or
falter In his step, no matter how many
shots might be fired at him, how near the
distance or deadly the aim. Many a real-
dent of Butte has Journeyed Into the head
waters of the Wise river before the open
season against moose was yollflhed In an
effort to bring back the head of the old
timer, adorned with the greatest "shovels"
ever worn by a monarch of the forest, bark
to town. All of these efforts have beon
failures, and still the old boy, who, be
cause no one ever was able to place a fatal
shot in his carcass. Is known as the "fan
tom moose," roams the hills surrounding:
the head of Wise river, unafraid of man
or any of the modern weapons he carries.
Just recently the hunting fever was de
veloped in Butte by the unnatural cold
weather which prevailed, and around a
steam register In a popular resort a crowd
had gathered, and among other things the
story of the famous moose of the head of
the Wise river came up for discussion, and
It was up to a man who has been a resi
dent of Montana for over forty years to
tell the following story concerning the
"I have been in Montana." he said, "ever
slnoe the discovery of gold in Grasshopper
gulch In 1S62 attracted the gold hunters to
the southern part of he state. Wa called
It Idaho at that time and the place we ara
now living In was known as a part of
Oregon. As you all know. I have been In
ordinately fond of hunting; I would rather
wallow through the snows of the mountains
when the hunting season Is open than eat
J ' J'
S 1 .
Mf Ifs and end's were
pots and pans, there'd
be no trade for tinkers."
If all the shoe wearers were
-J content with uncomforta
ble shoes there'd be no
chance for a. thoughtful
ly designed shoe like the
BUT People nowadays ti7 Insist
on comfortable footweelr and theft's
where we come in.
MAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY
If treir aWeUr sVs net kes) tham, w will .n my style an
roistof price with So. a4dttlertal to pay forwMa.Uig charges.
LCF!? & CROSSETT, nc, NORTH ABIN3TON. HaSS.
even at the present time. In tha early days
I had the passion, and the years which
have passed over my head, while they have
not cooled my ardor, have sapped the
strength from my limbs so that I can no
longer follow a trail for a long distance aa
I did many years ago.
Bis' Game Plentlfnl.
"When Bannack was first founded; when
the gravel bars and rtmrock along Grass
hopper creek were turning out thousands
of dollars every day, I saw an opportunity
of making my livelihood with my rifle and
I forsook the diggings of the gold seekers
and established a camp near the warm
springs which are at the heat) of the Grass
hopper. These days they call my camp the
Elk horn springs, so named because of the
hundreds of elkhorns which I left there and
which came from the animals which I
killed in order to help supply the miners of
Bannack with fresh meat.
"It Is needless to tell you of the hunts I
had during those days. Elk and deer oould
be had for the shooting, and It was seldom
necessary to travel far from camp to find
all that could be loaded on a pack train,
and. In spite of that fact that we had noth
ing but old muzzle-loading, single-shot rifles
as our weapons, the game oould be killed
"Moose were comparatively plentiful, and
It was no unusual thing, to And a cow and
a bull living happily together In the marshes
which surrounded one of the tributaries of
the Wisdom liver, as it was then called,
and which haa since been changed to. the
Big Hole in honor of the big basin which
surrounds Its headwaters. Afterward, when
It was learned that Lewis and Clark had
named the branch 'Wise river,' the title
was retained, and until today the stream la
known by that name.
Track of the Mooae.
"But I am getting away from my story.
I had scarcely made more than one or two
hunts in the mountains which divide the
head of the Grasshopper from the Wise
river, until I found the track of a big bull
moose, which made a track in the soft
ground as big as aa ordinary work ox of
those days. From Its aotlons I knew It
was the biggest moose that ever went un
willed, and my ambition ,was to slay that
animal, let the cost be as much toll as It
may. Day after day I tracked that animal
through the forests and the marshes and
willows which abound at the head of the
river, but every time my efforts proved a
failure and, though occasionally 1 oould
get a fleeting glimpse of the animal aa he
lunged through some thicket of brush.
Invariably he would get away, leaving
nothing save a red hot trail to comfort
me as a result of my long bunt
"One day when I was tha least expecting
It, I found the big bull and his consort
wallowing in a swamp less than a hundred
yards away. Taking as good aim aa pos
sible with my old muule-loajlag rifle,
which, by the way, was loaded with a bul
let patched with buckskin. I pulled the
hair trigger, and whan tha smoke roiled
away there was aa animal floundering to
the maxan, and whea I ran te It wlUt a ory
of exultation, I found It was the cow, who
at the Instan I had pulled the trigger
hsd Interposed her bulk between me and
my quarry. She gave up her life to save
the one who had lorded It over her.
"I was bitterly disappointed. It is true,
I had no meat, but I wanted that big bull
with the shovel horns, which were fully a
foot across. But I dressed the piece of
meat which fate Insisted should be mine,
and In a day or two It was gracing the
tables of the miners of Bannack. When
I was In the town thst trip one of the store
keepers showed me a Henry rifle. It was
the first development of the modern maga
slne gun to be brought to the diggings,
and aa It looked to have great possibilities
In the matter of quick firing, I bought it
and paid five ounces of gold dust for It
and 100 rounds of ammunition. Armed with
this gun I felt morally certain that I could
get the old moose which had evaded death
by a scratch a few days before.
"Two days later I was at the swamp
where I had killed the cow. hiding In the
willows less than 100 yards away, for the
signs told me that the old bull had returned
and was grieving around the offal, which
was all that remained of his companion of
many a wandering through the timber and
swamps of the Wise river.
The Walt and the Shot.
"For fully six hours I waited Impatiently
for the old bull to come to the trysting
place, and when my patience was almost
gone far In the distance came the plaintive
cry of a moose calling for Its mate.
Nearer and nearer came the sound and
with Its approach I trained my rifle upon
a clump of hushes through which I felt
morally certain the bull would come as he
approached the swamp. Presently I could
hear the snapping of twigs and the goose-
flesh fairly raced up and down my back
an Instant later aa the biggest moose I
had ever aeen In my life pushed his way
through the willows, calling piteously all
of the while, and stood for a moment,
broadside on, less than 100 yards away.
Only for a moment did he hesitate and
then stepped forward to where the skull
of his mate was lying and he licked It
fondly with his tongue as if he could bring
life back into the aenseless brainpan. Then
It was that I realised that I was there to
shoot this monarch of tha forest and I
pulled the trigger.
"Intuition told me that something was
wrong. All that I could see was a flash of
fire and a roar of artillery. Consciousness
faded away and I knew nothing for a apace
which seemed an eternity. Finally I became
conscious of an intense pain and when I
opened my eyes there was darkness on
every hand and through the trees above
me a glimmering of starlight told me that
night had fallen upon the earth. My right
arm waa useless by my side 'and my head
was torn and painful and dried blood upon
It showed that 1 had been sorely hurt. With
extreme difficulty I moved myself and
found that oiy right arm waa broken at
the elbow, there was a lump under my
right ear big as an apple, my light eye waa
Dearly turn from Us sooast sad iu gun
had been through an explosion It had
been burst from muzzle to breech. Every
cartridge In the magazine had exploded at
the time when I attempted to shoot the old
moose, with disastrous results to myself.
"Doing the best I could. I made a fire
out of pine needles, feeding It with the
dry branches near by until morning, and
then. I weakly crawled back to my camp,
ten miles away, where I was nursed hack
to strength and health by a companion.
But surgery was primitive In those days,
and to this day I have a crooked arm as
a result of my hunt after that moose.
Ill Lark of Hunters.
"Other hunters who lived in the valley of
the Grasshopper heard of my experience
with the 'king moose,' as we called him
then, and all tried to hunt him down snd
kill him. But III luck befell all these hunt
ers. One man found him and, being In a
thicket of brush In such close quarters that
he could not retreat, after one shot the old
bull turned upon him and stamped him to
death with his sharp hoofs, his body not
being found until weeks afterward. An
other man fell off a ledge of rock and
broke a leg. lying out In the timber until
I he nearly died of hunger and thirst before
he was found. Still another man waa lost
In the timber at the head of tha river,
and there he wandered until his mind gave
way and when he was found he was almost
dead, and from that day until the day he
died he babbled Incessantly about a devil
moose which continually haunted his foot
steps through the forest.
"After the lapse of two or three years
Bannack became practically deserted and
there was no more need to hunt, as In the
early days, and the story or the 'king
moose' became an almost forgotten one.
Later, however, fully twenty years from
the time these tragedies befell the hunters,
the old moose again stepped Into the lime
light. He waa known by a peculiar spot
of white on one of his shoulders, which
had ever been In evidence from the time
I first saw him.
"Hunter after hunter who went Into the
mountains reported seeing his track and
occasionally someone would get a shot at
him as he lumbered through the marshes.
But these shots were generally fleeting
ones and no one could tell for a certainty
.whether or not the; had taken effect. Oftce
or twice a shot which was fired polntblank
at bis carcass seemed to pass through It
and tear up the dust on IU opposite side
without causing a tremor to the animal
or making him move from his tracks, and
from thla he became known as the fantom
Another Knllore Boored.
"Just two years ago I took my last hunt
after the animal. I found where he had
been wallowing In :he swamp where he and
I had met forty years ago, and there I re
solved I would meet Him again and have
out the grudge which I had cherished so
long against his big carcass. It was In the
time of the harvest moon, when the nlgbta
were flooded with a brilliancy that waa
almost equal - to the day. la the same
Uiiuk.eC of willows) where J oa4 hidden many
years ago I took my stand, this time being
srmed with a an-) smokeless, as deadly a
weapon as Is known today. I did not have
long to wait.
"Darkness had scarcely fallen and the
moon had Just assumed her brilliancy, when
far away I heard the plaintive cry of the
moose calling for Its mate. Nearer and
and nearer It came, until finally the noble
animal stood not fifty yards away from
me, broadside In the moonlight. Carefully
I took aim and flred. but still the moose
stood there, calling piteously.
"Time after time I fired, until all my
cartridges were gone, but still the moose
stood unharmed, and then, after he was
satisfied that he could not find his mate In
that swamp, he turned and re-entered the
willows, calling, calling, calling for the
answer whic h never came, and then I knew
that the story told me by the hunters of the
Wise river of a moose living there which
waa a fantom one, which could not be
killed by man or beast, was a true one, and
that the noble old animal, still true to his
lost mate, wandered the hills and swamps
and meadows of the Wise river, ever look
ing for the mate which gave her life to
save his own over forty yeara ao." Ana
RAID ON OPIUM RESORTS
Cnnnaeatlna; Ronndap is Made by
Police Officers of Third
Thursday night Sergeant Vanous and De
tectives Heltfeld and McDonald made a
raid on two suspected opium Joints, ar
resting seven colored people at 314 North
Thirteenth street and 1307 Cass street.
From the first mentioned address Lee Wil
liams waa taken un4er the charge of
maintaining an opium Joint, while Richard
Heese and Robert Anderson were charged
with being inmates. From the second ad
dress Jack Ragga was arrested as keeper
and Charlei Taylor. Mamie Hicks and
George Johnson as Inmates. Several
opium outfits were confiscated. All parties
furnished bond for appearance In police
court Tuesday morning for trial.
the Imported knocker. Everybody raves
over the spread eagle Russian knocker,
which comes In beautiful hammered brass,
and everybody likes the beautiful cherubs
whlci lie prone against the white woodwork
of the doorway, with the. knocker part sus
pended beneath. Since the eta of apart
ment living we have repeated orders for
knockers. The doorway of a pretty, artis
tic apartment house Is Just about complete
when a knocker Is hung on the door. I
never met the person yet. especially the
woman, who did not like the knocker."
The "Meanest Woman.
Miss Carolina Towell of Boston said one
day that she had heard that morning of
the meanest woman In the world.
"She called before breakfast at the home
of a neighbor and said:
'Madam, I see that you have advertised
In the papers for a cook. '
" 'Yes. I have,' returned the other; "but
surely you are not after the place?'
" 'No,' said the stranger, 'but I only live
two blocks away from you. and since I
r.eed a cook myself. I thought you might
send me all the applicants you reject.'
New York Tribune.
end similar diseases in their
worst forms can be promptlj
MOST POPULAR COW PUNCHER
Tom McDonald, Who Won World's
Fair Trip from Wyomlna,
Brings Cattle to Omaha.
Tom McDonald of Casper. Wyo.. was
calling on his friend, Frank Dewey, book
keeper for County Clerk Drexel. Friday
morning. Mr. McDonald came to Omaha
with several cars of cattle and disposed of
his four-footed property at a good rate.
He has the distinction of being voted the
most populor cowboy Irr Wyoming last yesr.
having been sent to the St. Louis exposi
tion by a vote of all the cow punchers In
Knockers In fashion.
The brass knocker la again coming into
fashion and a decorator says of II: "The
eieotrlo bell Is all very well In Its way.
bat U Is not la it lor artistic beauty wlU)
It never fails.
60 years the leading remedj.
A.11 druggists sell it.
VARICOCELE -' HYDROCELE
We use our own oana
In our business; yo
know who you are doled
a M.fhnd new. without pals or
iui-v. -,--.,,..a lr.vu
I f time. njn ."".
I ni , n , nrveny cured for life, soon even
DUuUJ ru'dun (ign. symptom (sores oa
body. In mouth, tongue, throat, heir snd
eyebrows failing out) disappear completely
Weak. Nertouj, Men lttZ, ftlE
nervous debllty, early decline, Isck of vigor
CRINARY. Kidney and Bladder Trouble.
Weak Back, Kurnlng L'rlne, Frauuency ol
I'rlnatlng, L'rlne High Colored or with
Milky bedlment on standing.
Treatment by msll. It y tare OF SUYU
CEbbrLL PRACTICE IN OMAHA. Cwe
M4 4 iU au4 Iula Kse
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