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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 190G.
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH 0MAI1A
Couaoil Oomn',tM Woik of Inns.! sino-
Bpeeial Ttz Atteiimenti,
I AArAYEKS ARE COMING IN PROMPTLY
ef Street Lights Responsible)
Mnm Being Raa Over hr Haarily
Loaded Wacom and Severely
fThe city council, Bitting at a board of
r wjiiniuation, ba finished lu work. The
board was In selo Tuesday and Wednes
day at the city clerk'g office, adjusting
differences or complaints offered by tax
payers In the matter of special assess
ments for trading- and for permanent side
walka. The work also Included the ad
justment of sewer district No. Ill There
were no complaints offered. The grading
assessments fall due fifty days after the
special ordinances passed laying the as
sessments, and one-Hfth becomes delinquent
at the expiration of that time. The bal
ance becomes delinquent in one. two, three,
four and five years from the date of the
ordinance. The sidewalk assessments all
become delinquent at the expiration of
fifty days from the date of the special
ordinance.. The sewer district involves an
assessment of fcno for a sanitary sewer.
Th grading districts are: On Eighteenth
treet from I to J, assessment 11,508.31; on
Blxteenth street from J to Missouri avenue,
S3.444.74; on Twenty-second street from B
to T. 3,i61.62; on Thirty-ninth from Q to Y.
C7S6.0O. The sidewalk assessments amount
to nearly $2,000. The temporary sidewalks
of brick were put down by Shea & O'Con
nor and the permanent walks by Ous
rayfaar Up for Paving.
The city treasurer reports that the prop
erty owners along Twenty-fourth street are
paying up the special assessment of taxes
n. h. ..I .1 . . . , . ,
fn6 ma- iiirci in a'im nnapv.
Over $1,500 has been paid. There has been
ome objection to the payment of these
taxes, but none of serious nature, aa yet
It is rumored, however, that certain at
torneys have the cases of several property
owners In charge and will make a legal
fight to have tha assessment reduced to
about one-fifth of what it Is at present,
or perhaps less. This means, of course,
that a large proportion will have to be paid
by the city at large. The ground of con
tention appears to lie In different Interpre
tations on tha legislative act which enabled
the Improvement to be made. The city
Suffered Tremendous Itching Over
Whole Body-Scratched Until
Bled -Worse at Night, With
Soreness and Excruciating Pains
A Western Lads
'WONDERFUL CURE BY
"Last year at this time I suffered
with a tremendous itching on my
back, which grew worse and worse, uu '
til it spread over the whole body, and
only my face and hands were free.
For four months or so I suffered the
torments of the damned, and I had to
scratch, scratch, scratch, until I bled.
At night when I went to bed things
got worse, and I had at times to get
up and scratch my body all over, until
I was as sore as could be, and until I
suffered excruciating pains. I did not
know what it was, and resorted to a
number of blood purifiers, using at
times also Cuticura Soap. They told
mo then that I was suffering from
ecsema. Then I made up my mind
that I would also use Cuticura Oint
ment and Cuticura Resolvent. I used
them according to instructions, and very
eoon indeed 1 was greatly refleved. I
continued until well, and now I ant
ready to recommend the Cuticura Rem
edies to any one who suffers as did your
obedient servant. Mrs. Mary Metzger,
Sweetwater, Okla., June 28, 1905."
Humors, Eczemas, and Itching
' Cured by Cuticura
The agonizing itciiing and burning
of the skin, as in ersema; the frightful
scaling, as in psoriasis; the loss of hair
and crusting of scalp, as in scalled
head all demand a remedy of almost
superhuman virtues to successfully
cope with them. That Cuticura Soap,
Ointment, and Tills are such stands
proven beyond all doubt.
SoM thronfhout Ik m!4. Ciittenra op. 9te.,Otat-ai-nl,
tor., Kwtvvirt, dAe. tim form 4 CttoeuUu Cot4
Hilt, mWv pr U1 . b h.4 4 til druf iU- A
! H erfirt rare, rMr Oral mm4 Chm. Oi, S1
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er auud If, an Oaf B Humm
For The Boys
There Is nothing you could glvs tha
boys for Christmas that will sul
them bolter or be nwro appropriate
and useful than a pair of Drtxe!
For winter wear and outdoor sports
no other Shoe on the market will
give tha satisfaction that you get out
of a pair of our
Boys' "Steel Shod Shoes'
They keep the feet warm and dry
and wear lias iron.
Hoys1 slses 2"4 to 64 2 50.
Youths' sla 1 to . 2. ,
IJltle Gents- alses 10 to lSH. 3.00.
tight more days to shop far Christmas.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnaia SI.
treasurer believes, however, that the con
tention of the attorneys Is wrong and that
the majority of the property owners will
willingly pay the assessment as It stands
at present. Tha brewing companies, who
owned much property along the street,
were among the first to pay. On tha Thir
tieth street paving, howevei, not a dollar
has been collected, and It Is not likely that
tha property owners will pay until a test
case la made.
fcew Farias; Projects.
There is some talk among the Improvers
of new paving projects. Una of tha most
prominent ot these is the paving of U
street from Twenty-fourth to Twenty-fifth
at least for the accommodation of the new
South Omaha hospital. A petition la in
the process of formation. Another project
Is for the paving ot V street west of
Twenty-fourth to accommodate the pros
pective F street viaduct over the railroads.
This project has not been pushed, aa the
street is only in the process of grading
and not yet finished. This will be taken
up by the improvement clubs. There is also
some talk of paving tha intersection of
Twenty-third and 13 streets.
Robber Gets Cash.
Mrs. Joseph Abernethy, living at 2526 T
street, reported to the police that her house
had been entered by a burglar Wednesday
night at about 1 p. m. and $74 In cash
taken. The family awoke just as the in
truder was making his escape. Mr. Aber
nethy saw the man running away from
the houso In tha darkness. The police have
taken up the case and are confident that
they have a good clue to the criminal,
but are a little doubtful aa to how strong-
evidence can be produced against him.
Arrests will likely be mada soon.
St. Joe Man Too Slow.
Judge P. C. Caldwell, who never lets a
good thing get past him, picked out the
case ot the wedding of George Jones and
Prlscllla Taylor as the most unique in tha
varied history of his office. The contract
ing parties were both colored. Jones came
In steaming hot from a hasty Journey to
the county clerk's office. Prlscllla is of the
Taylors, It Is said, who were so vlially
concerned a few weeks since In the fatal
shooting of Harve Williams at Thirty
ninth and Q streets. The reason for the
great haste was the fact that a former
lover was on the way to meet Prlscllla
from 8t. Joseph, Mo. His name Is Henry
Williams and heralded as a brother to the
murdered Harve WilllamB. Report says
he has a mighty large razor whetted for
George Jones. Prlsctlla's love missives to
him grew cold and he suspected there was
Fined for Ulvlna; Short W'elatit.
James ICatora swore out a complaint
against the fish vender from Child's Point
yesterday morning for giving short weight.
The vender sold him a buffalo and shiny
carp for four pounds, but a later weight
showed only three pounds. Katora hauled
the fish man before Judire Kaln's court
and he waa fined $1 and costs.
Accident Dne to Darkness.
The dark streets, owing to tho failure of
the Omaha Electric Light compnny to pro
vide the street lights, were responsible
for a serious accident at 8:30 o'clock last
night. As a result of being run over, Wil
liam W. Memlne, a laborer, is at the
South Omaha hospital with three broken
ribs and a broken leg. Mernine got drunk
laat night, to all appearances, and fell
down In the street and went to sleep. This
was at Twenty-third and N streets. J. R.
Begear, the city garbage master, drove
along the street with a heavy wagon and
in the. darkness ran over the prostrate form
of Mernine. From the Jolt of the wagon
he knew he had run over something und
was much startled to find that he had run
over the body of a man. The police sur
geon was called and the man was taken
to the South Omaha hospital. He appeared
to be resting easily last night, though his
condition Is critical.
Proa rani for Teachers Meeting;.
- The teachers of the city will bo treated
to the following program at the net gen
eral teachers' meeting, which is to take
place at the auditorium of the hitrh school
Saturday at 9 a, m. :
"Come, Fairies, Trip It on the Grass"..
Kinhth Grade, JunKmann Slhuol.
"The Relation of the Teacher to Cur
Mr. T. E. Boswell.
"Night" Franz Abt
Brown Park School.
"The Topical Against ..the Question
Miss Ethel Sachra.
Mrs. Anna Uratton.
"Accuracy In Arithmetic"
Miss Josephine Abbott.
"The Keeper of the Light" Van Dyke
Miss Catherine Rowky.
Piano Solo Lohengrin
Mr. Henry Rock.
All patrons of the schools are invited to
Paving; Can Postponed.
The Missouri avenue paving case was
postponed until Saturday, for the reason
that counsel for the plaintiff was not ready
to proceed. The plaintiff alms to attack
the validity of the Issue of bonds and the
legality of the whole project. Among other
things, the defense will aim to show that
the plaintiff has no eause of action in the
matter, not being a bona fide property
owner on the street Involved In the re
Maale City Gossip.
Mrs. A. L. Barr Is entertaining her hus
band's sister. Miss Barr of Stanton. Nrli.
I Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Barr huve been
entertaining his brother and his bride from
, .letter's Gold Top Rcer delivered to all
Mr. and Mrs. Luckett of Atlantic la.,
are visiting their Bon. Frank Lui-kett,
Thirteenth and Q streets.
Mia Otto Schmidt, living at 31118 W
street, was placed in the South Omaha
hospital for medical treatment.
The Omaha Electric Eight company yes
terday paid Into tlie city treasury its an
nual royalty, aivounting to over $1,0U0.
The Order of the Eastern Star gave a
pleasant surprise to Joe Henry and family
at their home, 15.'S North Twenty-sixth
Mrs. Charles Hathaway entertained the
degree team of Clover Leaf cainu No. X.
Ruyal Neighbors of America, Wednesday
Money, weekly or monthly payments. Get
our terms. Standard Loan Co., iiMhi N.
The following births were repuilea ves
Urday: William Sinallrldtf?, awt g street,
a gin; John Woodwaru, 714 North Twenty
lxih, a L y.
Mrs. J. W; McBurney and Mrs. John
Caugliey entertained Dr. William Nichols
and friends of liellevue at lum neon Tu;s
uty u lit moon.
Bjorn lodge No. 30, Independent Order of
Vikings, will hold its annual election Friday
evening, IweniliT li. All members are
requested to attend.
City Prosecutor J. D. Ringer hss reoelved
word from Lincoln of the serious illness
of his mother, who has lately been placed
In a hospital In that cay.
Miss Lorena Johnson's Mis-Ion class will
Sive a pastry sale at J. A. Bradley s store
aturday, December IS. The articles for
sale are all home cooking.
John Schmidt and Charles Brown were
unfortunate in meeting the displeasure of
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KauUman and His
From 7 Till 10 P. M.
Thons) 9S1 Douglas
Brino the Children lo
See Santa Claus and
View Our Wonderful
on the Third Floor.,
The Season's Newest Best Holiday Attractions
It is under these conditions that we ask you to make the Daylight Store your store.
Great Xmas offering of ladies' and children's
cloth coats and ladies' fur coats and capes
One-Fourth Off the Price of any Coat in the House Saturday ('inod')
Ladies' Fur Goats and
Capes and Ladies' and
Children' Cloth Coats
Lad If a' Fur Coats and.
Capos and Ladies' and
Children's Cloth Coats.
Coming at is does in the best part of the coat season, makes it the greatest sale ever offered the
ladies' of Omaha. Beautiful opera coats in black and colors; long full swagger backs, elegantly
lined, long loose fitted backs, in small plaids, checks, mixtures and blacks, beautifully tailored
already the greatest values ever shown in Omaha. TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT OFF SATURDAY.
included in this great sale. CHILDREN S COATS Many exclusive styles in novelties, pretty shadow plaids, astrakhan, fine kerseys, meltons and bea
vers. Many of these lined throughout with all wool flannel. Elegant school coats in light and dark shades, with and without collars, ripple backs. Every
coat this year's purchase. None reserved, the entire lot of hundreds to select from Saturday. Twenty-five per cent off Infants' Coats not included.
All fur coats and capes
Gloves the Popular
Save time and money by visiting
our up-to-date Glove Department.
Everything that Is desirable will
be found here.
Left's Real Chevretto Gloves, the
best glove for wear and a nobby
dress glove, two-clasp wrists,
black, gun metal, white and tan,
only, the pair $2.00
Lefl's Long Chevrette Gloves, full
16-button length, in white, black,
tana and browns, worth $5 the
pair, our special, pair. ..$4.50
Long Silk Gloves Kayser's best
12 and 16-button lengths, In
black and white, special, the
pair, 12.00 and $1.50
Ladies', boys' and misses' Golf
Gloves and Mittens, fancy and
plain colors; ladies' lined and
fleeced Cashmere Gloves, at. the
pair, 60c, 35c and 25
for Ladies and gents
200 boxes of ladles' pure linen
Handkerchiefs, with hand em
broldered wreath, initials, six in
box, special, the box $1.40
Purchase now while the stock la
A pretty holly .box, containing six
fancy embroidered satin striped
pure linen Handkerchiefs, worth
25c each, special, the box of
Gents' Irish Linen Handkerchiefs,
satin bar checks, with neat Ini
tials, six in box, for only. $2.00
Gents' extra fine Daisy Linen
Handkerchiefs, hand embroid
ered initials, six In a fancy box,
only , . . $3.50
Gift Boxes Neckwear
Our stock always fresh and new,
with all the latest fads in dainty
We are showing a vary select line
ot pretty Baby Irish Collar and
Cuff Sets, put up in a fancy
holly box, really worth 1.B0
and $2; our prices, each, $1.50
Exquisite Val. Lace Collars, trim
med in chiffon, heavy Venice ef
fects, with velvet ribon trim
mings and fancy tinted chiffons,
one in a fancy holly box, special,
each, $1.50, $1.25, $1 75
The Auto Mufflers The latest
Idea In chest and throat pro
tectors, for dress and comfort;
' ladies' and children's sizes,
made of astrakhan with satin
lining, white, red, gray and
black, only, each. .... .$1.00
Offerings in Millinery
Saturay we offer some startling
reductions in the Millinery De
Dress Hats at 910 and $3 We
have decided to make a quick
clearance of our finest Dress
Hats and in order to do so suc
cessfully we have marked thein
for Saturday at.. $5 and $10
Trimmed Hats that sold up to $5
Dress Shapes at 98c and 40c--Any
of our Untrtinhied Hats that sold
as high as $2.50 will go at,
each 49 and S
Misses' and Children's Caps and
Bonnets, all colors and styles,
Roses, Foliage, Forgct-Me-Nots,
Grapes and Small Flowers, in
velvet, silk and muslin, in a wide
range of colors, special for Sat
urday at 19
Trimmed Doll Hats at special
The only store In Omaha that
trims hats free.
Fancy Waste Paper Baskets, 9
inches high, 25c value, at. -19
Double Roasting Pans, sheet iron,
size llxlC, with inside
tray, 45c value, at
Ideal Metal Polish, 25c can
Heavy Scrubbing Brushes, rice
root, wooden back, 9 inches long,
Wrooden Mouse Traps, "Sure
Cach," worth 5c, each l
Shopping for Toys a pleasure in
Omaha's Greatest Toy Ituzar. Our
entire third floor devoted to Toys
broad aisles, plenty of daylight.
Santa Claus all day Saturday.
SPECIAL SALE OF DOLLS.
Values up to $2.25 at $1.48
In the lot are American Beauty
Dolls, Kestner Dolls, dressed and
undressed; Kid Body Dolls, up
to 24 Inches In length. Large
assortment of Dolls, $44.95
down to 5 .
A Black Silk Bargain
A Black Melrose Silk, especially
made for mufflers, our regular
$1.39 quality, we place on sale
Saturday at, a yard $1.00
A Man's Christmas
What most men want for Christ
mas is something they can wear.
Handkerchiefs Stick Pins,
Neckwear Sleeve Links Sus
penders Gloves Mufflers
Dress Protectors-rShlrts Fancy
Vests Hosiery Underwear
Collars or any of the numerous
articles you can so well select In
our Men's Furnishing Department,
make an admirable Christmas
present. Investigate this depart
ant. Modest prices prevail.
Our Shoe Dept.
Men, women and children can
select shoes here with confidence.
Every pair, whatever the price,
must pass the most critical Inspec
tion. Only the very best wearing
leathers, carefully made up In the
latest shapes, are allowed to find
their way Into our new Shoe De
partment. Hundreds of people
are getting satisfaction out of de
pendable shoes, and we can do
equally as much for you.
10 Discount Satur
day 10 Per Cent Off
Any 'piece of Fancy Cut Glass
any piece of Brlc-a-Brao any
piece of Fancy' China, over $2.00
Any Dinner Set in the store,
10 off Saturday.
at Attractive Prices
Our immense stock of fancy Warp
Prints offers many good values
Saturday. Light and dark Warp
Prints, 6 to 12 Inches wide, in
the most exquisite shades, the
correct thing for fancy work and
bags, only, the yard, $1.75,
$1.50, 95c, 75c, C5c nd .f .50
Special Lot of 6-inch Warp Print
Ribbons, light and dark shades,
regular 50c quality, only, the
Lot of 300 pieces of fancy plaids,
plain silk, satins, Warp Prints,
checks and stripes, worth to 39c
the yard, special, the yard, 25c
Pretty Holly Ribbons for trim
' mlng Christmas giftB, Nos. 1,
14, 2 and 3, only, the yard,
7 c, 5c and 4
We are offering for Saturday only
a special line of Tailor Suitings,
44 to 56 Inches wide, In shadow
checks, Invisible plaids, fancy
stripes, plain colors and fancy
and plain mixtures; all the new
weaves and shadings. These
suitings sold at $1.25 and $1.50.
Your choice Saturday, per .
- An Item of Interest
from the Book Dept.
5,000 volumes of the latest Novels
by popular authors, cloth bind
ing, special for Saturday,
2 for 25
the police court yesterday moinlnfc. Bacli
will spend several days on the rock pue.
The death of Joseph F. Aubrecht. aed
89, occurred at his home at Twenty-sixto
and M streets Wedneday nlghtw the ar
rangements for the funeral have not been
Michael Mitchell, who sustained serious
Injuries at the Omaha Packing plant early
AVedneBday morning. Is doing well at the
South Omaha hospital In spite of hla frac
A considerable number of South Omaha
residents will attend the cantata given by
lielievue college ieccmber 'M. The c no
rouses are under tho direction of Miss
Faucett of Omaha.
The Young Men s Christian association
will offer to the South Omaha public the
Heeond of Its popular series of intertaln
nienls In the person of Gilbert A. Kld
rluge, one of the moBt graceful and en
tertaining Impersonators before the public.
The entertainment will be at the tiouUi
Omaha High school auditorium, Monday
evening, December 17.
St. Agnes court of the Cathollo Order of
Foresters has organized to give a aeries ot
fortnightly musical programs during tne
winter season and until June of the coming
year. The following will be the flrst of the
entortatnments and will be rendered Friday
mgnt at i-UO N street, in the old Young
Men's Christian association hall: Piano
solo. MIbs Mndallne lang; vocal solo, Miss
Maude O'Neill; address, J. J. Ureen; vocal,
South Omaha quartet; recitation, Mis.i
t.'ntheriryi Kowley; Instrumental, Misses
A buc meal for ? at the Karbach re-taurant.
AID FOR P00RC0MES SLOWLY
Salvation Army Meets with Some Dlf
flcnlty in Collecting;' Christmas
Staff Captain Storey of the Salvation
Army savs the donations for the nnnml
Christmas dinner to be provided for, poor
families are not coming In as fast as had
been expected and that unless the
anlount received shows an tncieatf
the efforts In this line will be con
siderably curtailed ' this year. We hn
also called attention to the solicitation
of other organizations, which represent
themselves to be branches of the Salvation
Army. The army has no branches and al.
persons soliciting for the Salvation Army
wear the uniform consisting of poke bon
net or peak cap with red ribbon bearing
the words. "The Salvation Army."
The army Is gathen..',' funds on the
streets and by private 'donations to givo
1,600 free Christmas dinners to the worthy
poor and a Christmas tree to 500 children.
Checks may be made payable to . the
Salvation Army. Gifts for the dinner of
tree will be called for if word Is sent to
the headquarters, 2826 California street.
NOVELTIES Frenxef. lath and Dodgs.
COLORED SOLDIERS ON MAT
Two Members or Tenth Cavalry Are
Chanted with Selling Gov
Deputy United States Marshal Proctor
has returned from the northwestern part
of the state, where he was sent to arrest
! couple of members of the Tenth United
States cavalry (colored) for disposing of
government property. The victims were
l,ess Roberts, charged with selling 40O
pounds of horseshoes, and William Dunlap.
charged with selling 1,100 pounds of oats
to parties In Crawford, near Fort Rjblnson,
where the command of the victims I
stationed. The two men were taken before
United States Commissioner Slattcry at
Chndron and gave bond In $M0 each for
their appearance before him for a prelimin
ary hearing eet for January 2.
Fine China. Copley, jeweler, 215 8. 16th.
J ymn - ----- 'wr
Falls Sick, on Street Car.
Joe Miller, who resides at Twenty-seventh
and Cass streets, was suddenly taken 111
on a car uoout noon Friday, Miller was
taken from the car at .Sixteenth and
Harney streets and aid was summoned
from the police station. Former Police
a. ..pa vuaa L,.n tit tht Mfpn. In
the patrol wason and took Miller to the
station, where lie wa given treatment
and recovered BuMloiently In a short time
to go to his home unassisted. Miller has
been working at the smelters for over
fifteen years and his sickness was caused
from lead poisoning contracted from the
nature of Ins employment.
Dr R. A. Torrey will address the busi
ness men at the Commercial club at lunch
The date of the supper and baznr of the
Iowe Avenue Presbyterian church has been
changed from Saturday to Tuesduy aitci
noon and evening.
City Comptroller Lobeek announced Fri
day he had wan-ants ready for clerks and
Judges of the recent election, registrars,
I speele.l policemen and for parties furnishing
j rooms fur e'ectlon purposes.
I Charles Filoomuulet, a dalrymr.n who was
arrested about ten days ago on comp.alnt of
Health Olllcer Joe Soully for selling creim
conta-ining kss than lti per cent butter fat,
was fined $10 and costs In police court Fri
Charged with the theft of a coat and
watch rank Maaer, nreman at iia noug
hts street, was fined (30 and costs In poi.ee
ccurt Friday morning. P.ader stole ths
articles from a fellow workman where ha
A spark from a match set fire to some
clothes in a closet of the home of WL
liam F. Cowger. 1S10 Chicago street, about
i:M Friday morning and caused damage to
the extent ot $15 before the blize was ex
tinguished by the fire department.
The police have been requested to find
Uia Wrilon, a 14-year-old girl who ran
away from tier home Thursday afternoon.
The girl was In charge of Mogy Bernstein,
who left her with her mother. The mother
and daughter had soms words Thursdiy
afternoon, which ended by the girl leaving
her home and threatening to kill bers- if.
At the request of Deputy County 'At
torney Bhotwell In polite court Friday
morning the complaint against Stella Moore,
the colored woman who was charged with
the larceny of a diamond valued at I1&0
from F. O. book on November 24, was dis
missed, as the complaining witness could
not positively identify the Moore woman
as the thief.
For uttering alleged defamatory state
ments which eiuned Urn to lobe his Job aa
91 MmIm blwktn it-TO
mm rr m thr pomhc.
FnF.E NAMPLK Addr. npui
I Allien t . t 'orb. o .Art . 71 H uflwnt St. . N T
imiltor of the Karliaoh block James Mc
Nral has begun suit In district court
ap-tinm Rupert La Book, a ladles' tailor In
that block, for $C.ouO damages. LaBook
misaed about $35 worth of cloth from his
loom early in October and it was In this
connection the remarks which McNnal d
Duuu;s as false were wad.
Take Dr. Ball's Pills for Constipation.
Read ths laslds of this wrapper.
ri f if. '
tiro now epidemic, and it's no wonder.
Eaw, damp, cold air, and enow, sleet,
rain and eunsblne- ere having their
turn.and necessarily colds, eoughsana
lung troubles follow. Tho air ifllaflen
with pneumonia and consumption.
Sneezing, couphlnpr, pains In the
chest ana hoarseness aro nature's
warning that your health la In peril,
and tho one, certain, reliable cure
Is found In Dr. Bull's Cough Symp.
This remtily eoothes and neala the
sore, Inflamed bronchial tubes ana
cures the com'Itlons that may load to
pneumonia and consumption.
Bead how this celebrated remedy,
long as they last set.
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best Brccehi'J ALlm
Crocp, InZocazs, VTbocping
Cbufc, Incipient Conittmp
tlza, cod lit ths relief of
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Vgscod stages ef tha diseasa,
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Piles 23 CffU.
1: praUod by all why uso It. Every
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i''.i AvcCl'Jci ,!!!., v rites: "Iwas
c:.cpp:ns in e very warm itoni a.nU be
cr.ns greatly hMtetf, then rod homo
ou Vie front cf a car in tho damp iticrht
air and caught a severe cold. I'hN
settled in ny threat, caused a liaclur.;:
tOw'sh, tlckllnj and eorcnesa of tliroc.t
and I could not socak for hoarsened,
1 l!d nothin; for it until four days had
passed wheu 1 becama aisrmctl. Al)
husband boutrht a 25c. hottlo of Dr.
Bull' Cou;h Syrup. 1 took the syrup
os directed and received immediate
relief. I usod the bottle and it checked
tha tickling, hacking cough, aad on
more bottle cured me entirely.
Sample Sent Free
t U reudrs. "We want rou to have ab
solute oucbiienoe iu l'r. 1 nil's Oush
tiyrup, aud to tVit e&J vlil ohoerfullr
send you a (res sumpls. rend no mouey,
siiupiy write a pos'iil card or letter aad
give the came oi this paper, Address
Jl. C. Meyer & Co.. Baltimore, Md.
TAKE NO 8UB8TITUTE.
Ask for liv. Bull's Cou-h Byntp. inblst on
having It It will oir you. r in mind
there Ih do remedy "better or Jut as good"
l.s Ir. Bull's (oush syrup which is the beat.
ho not expert inent wiUi something e'ie t it
is driq ruus to health. Vfo the ol I rellabt
lir. Bull's Couxh brup. ttuld t r oruiiBLa
M ota. tuu. uikd si.ub a botti.
This big special for Saturday only. An opportunity you
seldom find, coming, as it does, in time for the holiday
150 Set 6. Knives and G Forks each; fully guaranteed 12
penny weight silver, highest quality. These goods sell at
$4.50 set. Tq make a great special we will sell them Satur
day onJy, per sqt of 6 knives and 6 forks, as J fl J
PHONO GE AP H-(Like Cut.)
New 1907 model smooth,ea9y run
ningso simple a child can oper
ate it. Black base with gold orna
mentation, 14-inch nickel plated
horn. Complete with four records
the latest popular airs very
specially priced, at $3.50
Japanese 7-inch plates, prettily decorated,
Jap girls, gold and colored; special Sat
urday only 25
Bread and butter plates to match above, G
inch; Saturday only 19
Pillows, 22 inch well filled silk floss pil
lows, stnrwl nn hotter than down... 43
Pillow tops, beautiful silk tapestry,
' all colors, up from 50
Candlesticks, brass and bronze
up from 50
Picture frames, miniatures for cabi
nets, up from 25t.
Mirrors round, oval and square,
metal frames, up from. . . .$1.00
This pretty comer chair, made of
birch, mahogany finish, seat up
holstered'in damak or Verona;
regular selling price $0.00, now
selling, special, at S3.95
UofrinninR Saturday, Store Open Evenings I'ntll t'lirlstmus.
fV. Ltj? viiut vi v. iiiikiiti vui wt vr
4I4-I6-1S South 9UUiitb fttreet.
To holiday shoppers
If you vv7 buy your presents tarty In the day and early
this mon h you will avoid the rush, wh eh Is trying to he
buyer and doubly trying to the workers behind the coun
ters and on the delivery wagons.
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