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    THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, JULY 0, 1903.
THE BEE TALKS WITH DENVER
Get Oar Jim and Mayor Speer on New
Long Distance Wire.
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For the benefit of our im.loje this store will close every Tucsdny
t 1 P. M., during July and August. Plea so bear this la mind. Kn
courage the holiday movement and shop Tuesday mornings.
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Great July Clearance Continues
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DAHLMA1T BUSIEST OF ALL MEN
Take A Wont Ten or Twelve Hoar to
Get Illm, So Rapidly Dft lie
Flit from Place to
Place.
If you want to know for yourself how
buar and Important a man James C. Dahl
tnan la Just call up Uenver by Ion distance
telephone and try to land him.
Tn Bee put In o call for the mayor Tues
day afternoon, primarily aa a means of
testing the new service between Omaha and
Denver by the American Telephone and
Telegraph company and messenger were
put on the trail. Within two hours or so
Mr. Datilman sent word over the 'phone
that the mayor waa not at the hotel, but
had bean in counsel with other democratic
leaA-trs all day. Efforts were persisted in
net a shortly after, noon Wednesday, when
a. member of The Bet staff In the edit
orial rooms waa In conversation with Mayor
Speer of Denver, a voice broke In at the
ColoraAu end of the line, saying:
'ttrtd on, here's Mayor Dahlman."
tkww enough It was he. Had he casually
Asoppod In on Mayor Bpeer or had he sim
ply touched that one high spot on his
endless swing around the circuit of cau
cuses T No matter, It was Our Jim.
Too Busy to Talk Mnch.
"MJghty glad to talk with The Bee, only
cant talk much; too many things to do,"
ha raid, chopping off his words as If he
vwti short on breath.
"No, nothing In report me for vice pres
ident; wouldn't have Job. Prefer secretary
Interior. Cant tell who be vice president
yet. Everything lovely. Guess you know
that, though, from your dispatches."
"Our dispatches say you are the big
nolsa out there. How about It?"
"Well, say. you can tell 'em Jims haven't
been crowded out by Jacks as yet."
"Did that snow of yesterday have any
real significance or direct bearing on the
con ven thin?"
"You haven't heard of any snow at Fair
View, have you?"
And then the mayor fled. Said he must
hurry to see some of "the boys."
ft peer Hays Jim la Rlar Hit.
"Put It down from me that Mayor Jim
is all right He Is the whole show out here
in Denver and so busy that he doesn't
know whether he Is coming or going most
of the time."
This was the greeting of Robert W. Bpeer,
, mayor of Denver and chairman of the re
caption committee for the democratic na
tional convention.
"I would not trade places with Mayor
Jim fur the reason that I like Denver too
well and would not leave the city for any
city In the nation, but If Dahlman vould
consent to live In Denver I might be in
duced to abdicate In his favor. To te,! the
truth, however. I have seen but Utile of
Dahlman since he came to Denver, he has
been so everlastingly busy."
The American Telephone and Telegraph
company has never had Denver on Its direct
line before Tuesday. There has always
been a gap between Chicago and Denver
nd that gap was filled by connecting up
yesterday. It goes by way of Kansas city
and la about 7U0 miles from Omaha to
Denver. It makes an epoch in the de
velopment of telephonic servlre of the coun
try and la regarded aa a great advantage
to commercial Interests. This service lets
the company not only Into Denver, but Into
Colorado Springs, Pueblo and other Colo
rado points.
ine raies irom umana to Denver art
14. Zu for the first three minutes and $1.75 a,"
minute for time over three minutes. To
the other Colorado points the original late
la It
THURSDAY
Will be an
EXTRA SPECIAL BARGAIN DAV
DiSSI CLEARING SALE
oaoDononoDoaoaa
spii Pure Linen Handkerchiefs
ic
Women's and men's warranted all pure linen
handkerchiefs, open work embroidery and
inirinlnrl ttitVi nil lottnrn rnrtli 1 Jirv Jr
AA a Hi i mt T a V M M i av'--', v' . t a m .a. w w e
onononoaoaonoaa
specui 25c Embroideries, 10c Yd.
floi
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17-inch fine cambric and nainsook embroidered f louncings,
corset cover embroideries, also wide edgings
and insertions worth up to 25c clearing
sale price, yard
onononoaononono
special nnc German and Torchon Laces
Also point Russe Laces, well made, neat designs, to 2
inches wide, worth up to 5c, at, yard lc
ile
JULY
CLEARING SALE t
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SECOND PLACE EAST OR SOUTH
Vie president May Com from TVew
Vork or Keatnrky, Say
Hitchcock.
The democratic, convention In Denver did
not poasess attraction sufficient to hold
Congressman Hitchcock, Who returi ed
Wednesday morning tired and glad to get
away, ha says. The congressman had
charge of the allotting of press seats and
having finished his work, returned home.
He says he gave out ticket for 375 desk
eats to the newspaper men and about 800
eats Without desks.
"The convention is all Bryan's and he
will unquestionably be nominated on Uia
first ballot," said Mr. Hitchcock 'l was
so busy that I did not have time to talk
with many of the delegates and know abso
lutely nothing about the feeling of Tarn
many or the McCarren or Color factions
"Of course the vice presidency Is still
In a problematical state largely, but
fl sure that the nomination will go to
the east or south. Judge Grar of Delaware
can have It If he wants It. otherwise It
will rrobably go to New York or Kentucky.
cnile J am us of Kentucky Is a strong can
Oklato for the place, while New York has
lieutenant Governor Chanler, former Con
cressnran Town and City Comptroller
Henry A. Mets. Connecticut also has
trout: candidate In the person of a wealthy
manufacturer.
"1 aw Put little of Mayor Dahlman In
Denver. He waa busy all the time I was
wore, ana i was corral lea in my room
In th hotel by the newspaper men (mm
morning tltl night and I did not have the
opportunity to see anyone."
A Crael Mistake
la to neglect a cold or cough. Dr. King's
Hew Drcovry cures them and prevent
consumption. 60c and $1.00. For sale by
Beaton Drug Co.
OMAHA AUTO PARTY STUCK
Car I Disabled, bat Experience la No
Widely Aired When Men .
Reach Home.
Though they have not said a great deal
about their recent auto trip W. li. Iluchola
and Ward Burgas of the Omaha National
bank had one, as this clipping from the
Fremont Herald of Monday Itvllcites:
A big six-cylinder Franklin tourt' ca
Is up under trie Dank on Kim creek, di
abled and stripped. At least It waa there
t the last report. Its occupants. W. H
BurhoU and Ward Burgess of the Omaha
National bank, wtln a burking- friend from
lw lorn, an umaim grain man ami th'
driver, all boarded the good, l.l-fashione
railroad train f ir Omaha at Fremont, leav
ing the ear until It Could be rescued. Til
party na.i ooen nut on a tour, vlaltln
LMvul City and Wahoo. and on the
from the latter place to Fremont the ca
louna lis gnei in me ura creek cut.
To Cure
DIARRHOEA
Dysontory, CboUro Morbus or Cholera
InfaiMam take.
YAKEFIELD'S
Blackberry Balsam
You btlr rt f bottlt today. You may
neea u torugnu it, it a moat raiiaoi rrn
dy for all loose condition of th bowel.
Ail drufgiata mU . Full tU feotU B6c
oaoDOi
icnocaoi
Special SHIRT WAIST SUITS
In whites, plain colors and new
dainty patterns, all the new sum
mery syle feaures, have been sell
ing at $5 clearing sale 98
1 price . ; 1
nonoaononon
Jumper Dresses Wash Dresses
Cool, serviceable and very stylish
summery frocks that have been
selling for $8 and $10 98
clearing sale price J
inoaonoDonon
Silk Dresses and Jumper Suits
In delicate shades, practical dresses
for every occasion in summer, have
been selling up to $15 C98
clearinsr sale price .J
onononononoaono
38 Wool Tailored Suits, in Light and Dark Colors
These up-to-date tailored suits have been selling
at $15 and $17.50 Clearing Sale price
onoQononoQonono
A Clearing Sale Special in the Basement
750
i
Amoskeag Gingham Aprons
New style bib and shoulder straps, cut large and ample of
blue and brown all size checked gingham; also with'
pockets regular price is 50c
special
25c
wt
11
NEXT SATURDAY
Gigantic Sale of
ENTIRE RETAIl
CLOTHING STOCK
Bought from L. Ullman & Sons,
East Houston St., N. Y.
Includina Many STEIN. BLOCK & CO..
and other well known brands of suits 1
Your choice of all the men's $12.50, j
$15 and $17.50 Suits, from
the retail stock,
at
Next Saturday, at Brandeis
. y
$5
IVactlrall the entire more la given over to the clearing spirit. Sum
mer merchandise simply muftt be c lowed out whatever the sacrifice. No
Hummer sale ever held out to you the attractions aa this year's aale
at BENNETT'S.
25 DOZEN TAILORED
"ROYAL" WAISTS
SPECIALLY PRICED
Here's an entirely new lot just
in. Smart Lawn Waists, strict
ly tailored with pleats or tucks,
and with linen laundered col
lars and cuffs, advance Fall
styles, greatly under regular
value, Tuesday
1.41:
THURSDAY'S SPECIALS IN THE
CLEARANCE SALE OF HOSIERY
Here are four extraordinary hosiery specials. Marvelously low
prices on high quality goods of the most wanted summer lines. On the
tables Thursday:
Women's brilliant Lisle, allover lace, Imported Hosiery, all C
eles, best $1.00 quality, at pair Jz)C
Women's black Lisle Hose, double sole, high spliced and two r
thread, never sell for less than 35c, at pair AZC
Imported Ribbed Stockings, for boys and girls, seamless, all sizes,
' medium and heavy ribbed, full fashioned, 85c quality, r;
. Thursday, a pair iw)C
Children's fine Ribbed, seamless fast black Stockings, all 1
sizeB, 19c lines, special, a pair fC
MEN'S STRAW
HATS 11,7, 98c
On sale Thursday, the newest
styles of the year for young, mid-die-aged
or elderly men. Hats
with straight or rolling brims.
(0 doien of the best $1.50 hat on
sale in any Omaha store. f 0
As a Thursday flyer taka fftfj
your plcK or any
You'll recognize the bargain the Instant
you see them. They are all silk, beau
tiful ombre shades, browns, black or
white, in French fold or reversible ef
fects. Priced at 60c in any haber
dashery in town.
' Is ail you pay Thurpdjay, and 100 dozen to choose from
Department Main Floor, Harney Street side.
B
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SILK rOVn - IN - HAND
TIES, Sue KINDS
FOR
:25c
25c
Next Monday Greatest Wash
Goods Sale Ever Recorded
Bennetts make most Import
ant purchase of high grade sum
mer fabrics at 25c on the dol
lar. 1,000 pieces In a gigantic
sale. A trade happening of In
terest to every woman In
Omaha.
01 Interest to Men. Saturday
Bennett's Greatest Shirt Sale
Entire floor stock of eastern
manufacturer at lowest price
shirts of real quality ever told
for. Positively season's best
shirts. Every kind well dressed
men demand. Look out for this.
t BENNETT'S UIG
Brekiast Coffee, 2 lb. ran.
' ' TETI.1I
GROCERY
, ,48o and 40 Green Stamp
Bennett'
1 J TETLSyi TBAM
Sunflower Bfaftd," 1-pound can TOO and BO Green Stamp
Sunflower HranJ, half pound can 3So and 25 Green Stamp
Sunflower Brand, quarter, poand can 18o and 10 Green Stampa
Batavla Com Starch, three pags 84o and 10 Green Stamps
Batavla Gloss Starch, t lb. box 4Bo and 20 Green Stamp
Batavla Salmon:, can .. ..890 and 10 Green Stamp
Snider' Baked Beans, can ISO and IS Green Stamp
Dr. Price's Breakfast Food, 3 pkgs. Boo and 20 Green Stamp
Allen' Brown Bread Flour, pkg ...ISO and 10 Green Stamp
Crescent Maplellne, bottle 8So and 20 Green Stamp
PEACH BFSCXAX.
Three hundred bnslwts Alberta Vreestone, Beaches,
big value for Thursday, basket 150
Diamond "C" Soap, ten bars for 85o
Bennett s Capitol Halting I'owue", pouna can o ana w ureen stamps
Gem Milk, two large can BOo and 10 Green Stamps
Minute Tapioca, package 100 and 10 Green Stamps
1
:K!::n;;niB:m:a;:::w:T'
tmmmmmmmm:. - a b m.i,Z
m COOKERS VERSUS GAS
Alfalfa Burners Are Making
with the Women.
Hit
CLABAUGH ADMITS IT IS SO
Yet th Omatm ua lomiaor
Mot Dcld4 to Go Oat
Baalncsa on TbW Account.
Has
of
While th gas company has been dealt
..iim blow by the women of Omaha
Ani hir summer cooking with hay. the
ice companies have begun to feel the de
crease In dvmand for Ice Because
man hav a system of keeping meais wm.
fern leaws.' f'
Hay cookers" are Increasing In number
at an alarming rate in Omaha, according
to G. W. Clabaugh, general manager of the
Omaha Gas company, ana wnne me wu.....
use a little gas to give the rood a s.an.
they then place the pots, kettles and tak
ing pans In a box around which they have
packed hay such as is fed to stock and
worn on hats. Those who are using the
cookers declare them to be "simply grand '
and "Cook With Hay" has become about
as common talk In the street cars aa "Cook
With Gas."
I Mrs. Florence Carter, IH North Twenty,
eighth street, has a cooking machine made
of pine boards, hay and excelsior. She thus
describes her method of cooking:
This hot weather when it is hot cook
ing with a range Is simply absurd; gas
stoves ar a boon to womatAInd and make
It a little belter, electricity will do only for
the poor-rich, while any one can be com
fortable if they cook with hajr a a ummer
kitchen 1 not ven needed-
For Instance, I wanted to cook a chicken
on the Fourth of July. When U wa cool,
during th early hour of th moreing, I
started chicken to baking In my ga tove
oven. Just about Um time wa wanned
through, I shut the chicken up In the hay
press cooker. Then I could go about my
work and not have to watch It, go out for
lunch 'or shopping, help the children shoot
flrecrockers or anything else, knowing that
the trusty hay cooker would bake the
chicken perfectly In time for dinner. I boll
rice or any other breakfast food which
has to be cooked and oan cook anything
from veal, eingemachtes, to Malard a la
Richelieu.
"No, you cannot make Nesselrode pud
ding or freeze Ice cream In a hay press."
The blow to the Ice man promise to be
about as telling. In delivering Ice several
employes of the Ice companies have found
the boxes full of fern leaves and meat
under them keeping without paying CO cents
per pound for frozen Missouri water. The
scheme Is said to have been planned in cold
biood by a prominent Omsha woman, who
recently visited England. This Is what she
Is said to have -told W. R. Wood of the
People's Ice company: ,
"In England fresh meats, butter and
fruits are kept In fern leave better than
they could be kept In Ice. On the Isle of
Man freeh herrings are packed In fern
and arrive on the market In as fresh condi
tion as when they were shipped. This led
me to believe that fern leaves would keep
Due fate k and the do."
Mr. Wood Is making a study of fern
leaves and may put in a fern orchard In
the event the demand merits the expendl
ture. He says there Is salt In the fern
leave and no such a thing aa larva or
maggots will eat a beefsteak with fern
leaves wrspped around It.
LOW FAItt:s EAIT
Vis Chicago, alllviaakr St. Paal
Railway.
Thirty-day round-trip ticl.ets on wis
dally to many points In eastern Canada.
point via Montreal; and on every Tnurs
day to New England points, via Albany
western New Yor'c and to New England
or Rotterdam Jet., rU Chicago. Milwaukee
ft e)L 1 sul Ry. Complete Information atojt
fare, train aervlc or other details from
j. A. Nash, general western agent.' la..
wua St., Omaha.
DR. BRADBURY, Dentist
1506 Farnam. 17 Years Same Office. Phone, Douglas '1750.
Extracting... 25c up. 1 .j, J v i !yy.v. Alveolar Dentistry a
crowns.... f2.su up.
Plate $2.00 op.
Bridge Work 92.50 up.
Porcelain Fillings
up from. ..... 91.50
specialty. Loose tteth
made solid. Nerves
removed without pain.
Work guaranteed ten
years. .
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Illustrations will
give a style to your
printed matter and
make it more affec
tive. Let us work
your ideas into cuts.
BAKER BROS.
ENGRAVING CO.
Barker Block, Omaha, HK
YOUR
PERSONALITY
will be less attractive and
charming when there I a
noticeable taint of the breath.
The direct cause of It is fre
quently due to decayed teeth.
This Is a trifle that should
be given Immediate attention
for many reasons, beside
making provisions for good
teeth, and to enjoy the use of real teeth
l'artlcula.r and critical people are In
ceasing the popularity of our operation
aid work. It will please us to hav a
talk with you about your teeth.
Taft's Dental Rooms
1517 DOUGLAS ST.
MORPHINE
end other drag batons sre positively eared by
wow
HABITIN A.
aypod.rmle or Interusl Bae.
Sample .ot to anr drug hablto bv
snail. Berulrfiio H IN Ber bottle ic6
four druvslat or by mail la plala wrapper.
Mall order filled by
IIAYDEN MIOS., OMAHA, NEB.
WRITE IT YOU
USB OB WANT
Beger CmI Mlaiag C.
Pell, leva
HANAN
SHOE
NEVER
HURTS
They can't they're made over
special lasts to fit the foot
foot shaped shoes are made
by so few factories that when
you set a Hanan on your foot
you notice the difference at
once.
We carry a complete line of
these celebrated shoes for Men
in all the new toes, shapes and
leathers. No foot but what we
can give it a perfect fit.
LO, 86, S7
A little more perhaps than
other shoes but the difference
Is all there.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 FARNAM STREET.
.a.
ASSOCMED
ADVERTISING CLVB5
CFAttERKA CONVENTION
KANSAS CITY
s!9
W does at
B P. XL. eao.pt
Saturday at
10 P. BL, during
Jnly and
Angus.
Unwrair
THI RELIABLE STORE
We Olo a
S P. St., opt
Saturday at
10 P. M-i aurtng
July an4
August.
Thursday It's Waists at Half
Nothing reserved, every waist m our enormous stock
will be offered at just half the regular marked price. Most
complete assortments in Omaha for selection.
All wnlsts that sold regularly at
$3.00. choice $1.50
All waists that sold regularly at
All Lingerie Waists that sold to
116.00. choice $7.50
All waists that sold regularly to
10.00. at $5.00
All waists that sold regularly to
6.00. at $2.50
at $2.00. choice . -$1.00
All waists that sold regularly at
$1.00, choice -50J
Many other magnificent Cleai-ance llnrgalns Suits, Jackets, nkirts.
wrappers, rlc, half and Ks.
7.60 Wash Jacket Suits Nobby
new styles, at $2.08
Tretty Lingerie Dresses Pinks,
blues or white, in Princess or
dreBS style, worth double will
go at $2.08
Princess Dresses In lingeries;
Jacket suits in linens, ruffs
and poplins, all colors, values to
10.00, at $4.05
Any tailor suit in the turnae, no
reservation, just half price.
1WH KIN(J IIOI R SPECIALS:
8 Till 9 A. M. White duck skirts,
regular $2 values, at 70
S:;tO Till 9:80 A. M Hydegraue
Petticoats, regular l.SO values,
limit of two to a customer
50
0 A. M. Till 12 M. Lawn Wrap
pers, regular l.OO quality
at 49
9:80 Till 10:30 A. M. Infantas
Bootee, regular 16c value, .5
10 A. M. Till 12M. Women's l-
piece wash suits, $3.00 values,
75
Underwear, Furnishing Goods Clearance
Radical price reductions throughout the most complete
stock of high grade underwear and furnishings shown in
Omaha or the west.
Gowns, Corset Covers, Chemise find
Drawers -Values to $1.00, snap
at 29?
Corset Covers Daintily trimmed
all sizes, values to 50c, 15
MEN'S AND BOYS SHIRTS
Regular 50c and fl.OO Yultio
Thursday at 2.1c Both dress aud
work shirts, all sizes, percales,
madras, etc., in pretty patterns,
heavy twills, etc., over 600 dozen
In the lot; actual 60c to $l.v0
values, choice 25e
Men's I'ndorshirts and Drawers
26c and 39c values, at .... 15
Men's Combination Suits Plain
or fancy colors, 1.00 values
Thursday . . . ; 4i)
Men's Four-Ply Linen Collars
16c values, all Blzes and stylos,
on sale at ... . .fj
Men's Silk Tie All stylos, great
assortment, 25c values, choice,
at ...
Men's, Women's and Children's
Hose Regular values to 25c
cnolce 5S 10S 12 He
59c Silks Thursday 25c
A great clearance sale of the famous Seco Silk, all 27 inches
wide, beautiful coloring and patterns, both to
plain and novelties, one of the season's most Jr f
popular weaves; sale price Thursday, yard Is
Extra Specials for Thursday
Vtom to 10 A. M line cane of
Amana German blue Calico, extra
heavy and extra wido, regular price
12Hc, 10 yards limit, at . ..6a
Prom 3 to 3 P. K. One case of cele
brated Edward's fine bleached Mus
lin, regular luo grudo, 10 yard limit,
at, yard 6o
roa ALL OAT
7c full Standard 1'rtnta....
snirtlng I'rlnta
Hliiipsun' Silk Novelties
loc Lawns
Hp. Lawns
12 Mc side band Batiste .
15o Scotch Cloth
2 Oo French Gingham . .
S!0 White Gooda
J 90 India I.lnnn
Gowns, Skirts and Chemise and
Comhlation Suits Values up to
3.00, on sale in two lots Thurs
day at .. ..08 and 31.50
Gowns, Cliemine, Corset Covers
and Drawers Immense assort
ment for selection, values up to
1.00, at ,
July Clearance Sale Carpets,
Rugs, Mattings, Linoleums
sMBiser
40c Ingrain Carpets, V wool, on
sale at, per yard 20?
50c Ingrain Carpets, 4 wool, spe
cial clearance price, yard . .35
75c Ingrain Carpets, all wool, spe
cial clearance price, yard. .Sft-k
30c Quality China and Jap Max
tings, sale price, yard..17Ufi
3.00 Porch and Hall Rugs 4x9
size, extra heavy quality jgl.QS
69c Linoleums, on aale at..39
60c Rugs, 18x36 size, extra heavy,
special Thursday S5
3.00 Axminster Rugs, best qual
ity, 27x60 size, sale price. Jy
Omaha's Greatest Grocery
Prssh Vegetable, Prnlt, Butter, Cheese aud Cracker Market. -
Do you ever stop to think, what a saving it means by trading at Hayden'sT
We sell th best Pure Cane Granulated Sugar at less than Jobbers' ooiil
BIO FLOUa BAlaH THTTiDAT 18 pound sucks of the finest Wheat Flour
made front th liest Hud Turkey wheat, nothing finer grown, and Is C1 K
retailed everywhere for f 1.60 to f 1.76 sack, our price on sale, sack V-"-")
10 bars best brand Laundry Hoap 8 So
24 package best Parlor Matches BOo
The best Ptarl Tapioca or aro, per
pound 6HO
Choice Japan nice, per pound
The beat Uomestlc Mac
nackaire
The best Hand Picked Navy
.3UO
.340
. ... 50
So
. .7lo
, . . lOo
, . . lOo
160 Hatlste White lOo
25o plain white Nainsooks lOo
8Sc white Fancies lOo
Several other upeclaltie.
.40
Macaroni, at per
Ileans,
iter nound oo
1 pound can assorted Roups 7Vio
Any kind of Corn Flukes, pkg. ViO
Quaker Cats Company Wheat Berrien,
per packuge 6o
Quaker oats Company Toasted Wheat,
per package Bo
TBEII VEGETABLE PBICZS
8 bunches fresh ItuUUhes for ....SO
6 bunches fresh Onions for 6o
2 bunches fresh Asparagus for . . 6o
4 Dune-lies rresli Heet for So
4 bunches fresh Carrots for 6o
Fresh Lettuce, per bend lo
Fresh Peas, per quart 6
Fresh Wax or Green Beans, per lb. to
Fresh Turnips, per pound lUo
Fresh Cabbage, per pound So
Large heads Cauliflower for ... .70
Fancy Itlpe Tomatoes, per pound So
OAK YOtJB PXAORES AID PXUMB
HOW I
Peach Peach Peaches
4 busket crates, extra fancy Free
stone Texas Klherta Peaches ..700
Plums Plum Flam
4 banket crate, extra Fancy Cali
fornia Clymer Plum for canning, st
per crate 7 So
Single basket, either kind for ....800
1M HAYDENS
Any one can run a mstor
Why not use electric power? An electric
motor can be started and stopped, with a
simple switch, by anyone. Requires no expert
and cuts out extensive shut-downs. You pay
for what you use.
Omaha Electric Light &
Power Company
TPhon Doug-la 1063. lad. A-1378
t. ac o. a. atriuuro.
A Good Time
mav I expected If vou carrv one of our watche.
Ill need one hlle on your vacation. e hav them
all grades. Spend
fur the name.
few minutes In our store
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