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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1906)
TirE OMATTA DAILY PEE: RATTTRPAT. AT'OT'ST 4. 100(1
Saturday We Cut the Price Again
on our up-to-date
Suits Worth up to $20.09
p Tj I II
We are going to make a tre
mendous clean up before the
middle of August. "We are go
ing to sell our high class cloth
ing for men at prices never
thought of before, because we
cannot spare the room with
our tremendous stock of fall
clothes about to arrive.
That's why we offer at less than half
all these stylish summer outing Ruits
and men's 3-plece suits well made,
very latest patterns and styles worth
up to $20.00, at
3 SPECIAL PANT BARGAINS
Choice of all our men's Choice of all our men's Choice of any men's
$8.00 and $3.50 pants, outing pants, worth pants in stock, worth
will go at. O t4.00 and $5, 9 JO up to $7.50. 7QC
per pair . . . . . I.O J go at t,lj go at J,J D
HOT WEATHER. CLOTHES AT BIG BARGAINS
..Tour choice of all our men's Al
PfLC coat, serges, in single and
doufrle breasted, Slllclas and
pongees, in tan and black, at
Boys' and Young Men's Outing
Suits, ages 14 to 19 worth
$6.50. $7.50 and $8.60 to
clean them up quickly,
Choice of our Children's Wash Suits, ages 3 to 10, sailor or
Buster Browns, sold up to $1.00, at JZJG
Choice of Children's Wash Suits in late styles, that have been 7 C
selling up to two dollars, at i DC
Choice of any Children's Wash Suit in stock, Sailors, Peter ) pa
Pans or Buster Browns, worth as high as $6.50, at Z,J)
$2 Men's Shirts 75c
All sample shirts this summer's
latest and best styles collar sep
arate or attached
all new and styl
ish patterns,' act
ual $2 and $2.50
values, on bar
gain square, at. .
Men's Straw Hats Half Price
Msn's and Boya' Straw Hats, t(r
have bfen selling- t 85c, at.. 'VIC
Men's Wc Straw (lata, OBx
Urn's 11.00 Straw Hata,
Men's $2.50 Straw Hats, i
Genuine Panama Hata, worthy Oft
up to tio.00, at vo
TRUXK8 AND SUIT CASES
All the odds and -ends of our best
suit cases at just about half
price specials at
SO sample trucks that are worth up
to $12.00, iro on i CO-tS-IS OS
aale Saturday, at ....'
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and Return .
Good for Extension Returning to Sept. 30.
Bpecial Nebraska O. A. R. Train Aug. 11, 8:30 p. m.
. Regular Trains 7:50 a. m. and 8:28 p. m.
1401-3 Farnam Street
behind the unsurpassed homo circulation of
The Omaha Bee
is- vhat makes advertisers know that it pays to use
Our big oxford sale is the
talk of the town you don't
get a chance like this very
often all the celebrated
makes such as the follow
ingare included in this big
HAN AN, ClAPP and BOYDEN !or
men, and HAVVN, FfiSTU and
ARMSTRONG for women. 1
Hanan's patent kid and patent
colt oxfords A I C
Hanan's gun metal calf t
and kid oxfords $6 . . .
Borden's gun meUl calf 'J
Hoyden's genuine French A f C
calf $6.60 T.1
Clapp's gun metal A C
calf $6.60 r.IJ
Ten styles oxfords, gun metal calf,
patent colt and kid T
"$6 ..... mr M
Six styles oxfords, gun metal calf,
patent colt and kid 3 Q Q
100 pairs odds and ends $3.60
and $4 J C()
Hanan's patent kid welt t ?P
sole oxfords $6 t O
Hanan's kid oxfords, T Q
welt sole $4.60 J,JD
Foster's patent kid oxfords, welt
and turn sole T 7C
$6 J.l 0
Foster's kid welt 1 fifi
oxfords $4 J.UU
Armstrong's patent colt T AA
welt oxfords $4 J.UU
Armstrong's welt oxfords C
$3.60. .,Z.O J
Fire styles $3 oxfords, patent colt
and gun metal l r
'Two lines $2.60 oxfords, 1 Oil
turns and welts J3
All pumps in patent colt, gun
metal calf and canras 25 per
art ar wit off on all oar Men'a,
Wni'i, Bora' mm 4 MlaaeV Tan
Shoca, ava well aa Oxforda.
DREXEL SHOE CO.
1419 Farnam Street.
Regular Price $3.50.
FRY SHOE CO.
1ttk and Douglas Stt.
Kuiu City, fBja niuowii
- '""M i til, ,..
TMs marnlfloent hotel hu 800 beau
tiful rooma and la located at 11th and
UcOm atresia In the ahoppluf district.
Only half a block from the Einory,
Bird, Thayer dry gooda atore; near all
ISO rrlTate Batka.
Talepnanaa 1m all Moomm. Hot aad
Cold Btuiaisa Water la Bvery Boom,
trnesoelled Onfe. rerfec Oolalae. Olna
Itwtfuti and Table X'Boa Xtlaaera
erred la Ce4a. Bates 1 a Day aad
Reaerratlona may be made by tle
sraph at our aapene.
Kl'PPER-BENSt)J( HOTEL OO.
9. A. BBBaOaT, HuH.
Patunlay we pier on aale an additional
lot of Men's two and thre-ptce Bulta,
alio Boya1 Lon-Pnta Suite that Aur
harh anld aa hiRh aa . take your choice
for IS.0O. Tou will find them on the ftrat
table aa you enter the atore. Anybody
that haa a boy aped from 15 to X) to
clothe ought to take advantage of thia ex
worth up to tl.M. There are eUH a gnoA
many on hand, but they have been re
moved to the epcond floor.
rants worth up to $4.00, eome from the
Auerbach at nek; aluo a food many Suit
Pants, ne Well aa odds and ends, from
our own stock roar choice, $1.90. On eale
In rear of main floor.
Men's $3.00 Oxfords
It's the blftareet Shoe enap ever offered In
the town. Men's Tan Oxforda, worth $3.00;
aale price, $1.26. ' Tou'U find them In the
, Men's Shirts
All aorta of Shirts that were made to be
retailed for 80c and 76c take your pick for
25c. For 48c your choice of Shlrta worth up
to $1.60. On aale on main floor.
Men's Hose worth c for 9c. Te have
added aome fine blue and tnn Hoee with
extra fine fancy allk embroidery. On eale
on main floor, also on second floor.
Fine Men's Suits
For $9.90 we give you cholre from Suits
that Auerbach sold as high aa $20.00. Aucr
bach was known to carry the very finest
of goods. Suits that he sold as high as
$35.00 you can take your pick for $14. W.
Tou pay merchant tallora aa high as $43.00
for some not aa good.
1519-1521 Douglas St.
More New Styles
In stork mnklna; a splendid show
ing of exclusive Fall Shoes.
lasts In dull or shining leathers. Many
new models with character, fnst
color Ovalold hooks and eyrl.'ts. our
ahoea are perfectly moulded to every
part of the foot. I'nsurpaased work
manship. Every pair fitted by meas
urement You ran Introduce the
latest styles by wearing
$3.50 or $4.00
SODL. ONLY AT
Walk-Over Shoe Store,
152 i Farnam St.
Ed S. Thompson, the Wnlk-Over Man
AND competent cutters will look after
your order at Nlcoll's.
We hold them, and keep them busy
during the warm months by offering you
a full suit and extra trousers for the
price of suit alone.
WILLIAM JERREMS SONS
?00-1 1 "So." 1 5th" St,
AT LAXGE'S GROCEKY AXD MEAT MARKET.
Nowhere else will you find the same purity, freshness and high quality
at such low prices. Let us add your name to our list of patrons. You will
save money and Improve your table by trading here. A trial will make
you a regular cuatomer.
ONLY A FEW OF OUR LOW PRICES OTHER GOODS IN PROPORTION
20 lba. Pure Cane Granulated
Sugar ' $1.00
. Large sack Purity Flour, the
best on- the market, every
aack - guaranteed 91. IS
Butter, fresh from the coun
try, per pound flOo
Rggs, fresh laid, per doz.... ISO Good Steak, per pound..,
Fresh Oatmeal, per pound.. 3lo Round Steak, per pound.,
Navy Beans, per pound 10 Mrioin tsieaK. per pouna. .
Fancy large Banana, dor. , iOo
Sweet Corn, per dojsen TWO
Cookies, fancy, per pound... 9VaO
Laundry Soap Beat-'Em-All,
Lenox and I), c. 10 bare for ato
Tar Soap, 6c bars SViO
Porterhouse Steak, per pound IOo
Good Boil Meat, per pound. . . 3o
Chuck Roast, per pound 60 to 7Vio
Rib Roast, per pound 80
3-lb. can Rexaltne Lard 8S0
R-lb. can Rexallne Lard 43o
Coffee, rearular 20c. on sale
per pound lSe
Iced Tea, per pound B5o
Tomatoea, home grown, per
Annie. Via Ad nicked, ner neck ISO
Lemons, rancy Messina, aoi. goo iu-id. can neiwino Lara....
TOE LANGE GROCERY CO.. 24th and Cuming Streets.
'.i ... Telephone Douglas 1530.
Missouri. Arkansas. Indian Territory
Louisiana. New Mexico.
Oklahoma. Texas. Republic ot Mexl60.
August ?th anf 21st,
September 4th aad 18th,
October 2d and 10th,
November flth and 20th.
MISSOURI PACITIC RY. & IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
TOM HTGHES, T. P. T. P. GODFREY, P. T. A.,
XL O. XOWK8K5D, General Paengr' and Ticket AgmU
BT. LOUIS, MO.
THE RELIABLE TRE
Saturday will be the climax In br
jrain Riving In our men'a rlothlnit
dpjmrtnirnt. Every garment In. our
utork room has heon hroufM for
ward, which mrnna a ahowinu for
thp first time Saturday of abotit 30J
now suits. Not only stylo but qual
ity and VHrlpty or these offorlnp: will
Impress you whh their auperlorlty. Sea
MKN'S oi'TIMl si'lT in great aa
portment of plain color and fancy
mixed materials, double and ln(tl
breasted styles worth up to flo
at $5.00 AND $3.75.
$10 MEN'S SUITS, $5.00
The greatest variety of stylish ttray and
brown mixed and plain colors evef
shown, at our aale prlca
$15 AXD $18 SUITS, $7.50 and
Handsome blue serges, black thlbets,
clay worsteds, fancy worsted
cheviots and casslmeres, single and
double breasted styles, In two great
$7.50 AND $i0.00.
MEN'S PAXTS regular $3.00 and $4.00 values In all thenewest materials,
colors and patterns, remarkable values IOC
Saturday at $2.50 and I..J
MEN'S Ol'TIXO PANTS our entire stock at sweeping price reductions com.
plete lines In all colors and patterns f Cfl
nt $2.o0, $1.95 and I.kU
HOYS' LONG PANT SI ITS worth from $G.50 to $9.00 single or doubla
breasted styles in plain and fancy mixed materials 7C
clearing sale price, $j.00 and
In the Rockies. The air is pure without undue
moisture. There Is no excessive heat in summer.
There are no continuous saturating rainfalls.
the summer nights are Invariably cool, In
ducing rest and refreshing sleep.
Very low rates of
T-f 7 CA In pffrct dally to Sopt. 30 to IVnvpr
9li9V Colorado Sprlnga, Pueblo, and return.
(4e A A to same points. Tickets on sale
SlO.UU Beptoniber. 19 to 23.
THE rOPULAIl ROAD TO COLORADO.
CITV TICKET OFFICE. 1324 FARXAM ST.
'Phone Douglas 334.
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.
COLLEGE ClaaalcaJ, sole oil fla, phlloao.
Preparea tor Bellavua or any otnar c.i-
lege or university.
MmnAL l-rn.KJLr r.iBiiwni.1 J
vanoed rnurari. CertiHcatea rantd.
mKBVHVATORV-Thwrr of muale, pi
ano, votca, violin, elocution and art.
(ONNW IIU.NB wim um.ii., excuw
Una and Burlington Railway.
ITa 1 1 h m ..fur rtnn. fi.ntafnbr IS.
A4isa .ftaaWaul . JVaiawwUi, Bnvua
OMAHA to MIHHEAPOLIS and RETURN
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
"The Short Lina to Minneapolis."
ACCOUNT IIATI01IAL EtiCAMPMEHT G. A. R.
Tickets on sale August 11, 12 and 13. Long Return Limit.
Leave Omaha, 8:00 a. m.; Arrive Minneapolis, 6:50 p. m.
Leave Omaha, 8:30 p. m.j Arrive Minneapolis, 7:25 a. m.
Tickets good in both Standard and Tourist Sleepers.
City Ticket Office. 1402 Farnam fit., Omaha
August 4th, 5th, 6th
RETURN LIMIT AUG. 15.
Tickets sood in Coaches and Chair Cara, also lo Pullmaa Cars
upon payment of Pullman rate.
FOUR DAILY FAST TRAINS
Leave Union Station 8:25 A.M.. 8:16 A.M., 4:05 P.M., 6:35 P.M.
Ticket Office 1323 Farnam
iManj..n ' 1 'i
SCHOOLS AKO COLLEGES.
id lb MUX Aim WmL CLawa "A 1 by rwwni
of War lvt.l One of U tn U. b. Oul
THE FTF?rTCT BET ft
How refreshing after a hard day's work
Pure Darloy Malt
Highest Grade Hopo
' Pure Spring Water
QWe this beer the exquisite flavor that comes
only wli perfectly brewed and aged. ,
We will send a case to your home. ' '
HITKT Y. PLITii. 14tli and
la Iousaa. Tel. Ixjn. lMt
Co. .Bluffs Hadnuart ra,
Tel. Ho. 0. South Qm2ha fiai "at. Ti. K
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