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THE OMAHA SUNDAY IWAl: XOVEMBKU 22, 1908.
WHAT GRANDMA AMD GRANDPA SAY
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Good Health at Seventy-Seven.
Mrs. 8. J. Edwards, Union City,
Tenn., writes under date of Nor. 7,
1804, the following:
"On the 7th day of February, 1J05,
if I live, I will be 77 year of age.
J enjoy the beet of health, thanks to
I'eruna, and have not had a spell of
sickness since I began using it five
or six years ago.
"1 consider it the grandest medicine
on earth, and whenever I feel a little
badly a few doses of Feruna put me ,
"I can do as much work as I could
forty years ago. I think all old people,
who feel the effects of age, should bene
fit their health by using Peruna."
Ill tlo Host I'art of Ills Life.
Mrs. J. R. Prince, R. R. 3, Cattaraugus,
N. T., writes: "I am not very well sat
isfied with the picture that I am sending
you, tout when the reader looks at this
picture If he could only realise that the
original suffered for forty-five years, the
best of his life, until your kind advice
and prescription cured Mm, he would
know from whence these wrinkles came.
Next month I shall be sixty-six years
Mrs. Martha Avery, 28 Graham St.,
Leominster, Mass., says:
"Four years ago I had nervous pros
it ration. I employed several . doctors.
One would say I had catarrh of the
stomach and bowels, another nervous
ness and another enlargement of the
liver. My stomach was In a bad shape.
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People Who Object to Liquid Medicines Should Buy Peruna Tablets
Table d'Bote Dinner. 50c
Treat IS to T. H.
Cream of Oysters
Consomme. Chatelaine ,
Baker Fillet of Sale au Vln Blanc
Braised Tenderloin of Beef,
Roast Philadelphia Capon
Neapolitan Ice Cream
Coffe, Tea, Milk, Cocoa
November 2S. 1908.
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ss .soil sj iwiiwii. uiuLjummmmmmwwmmaa I i
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I announce my removal from fourteenth street to 1417
Famam street with improved service and mere elaborate
quarters- Mexican, Chinese and Italian dishes exel usively.
An invitation is extended to mIL
WROTWS CHILI P AH LOR.
One Minut9 Coffee House
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Tel. Red 6329. 418 S. 15th St.'
Mexican, Italian and
Chinese . Specialty
SHELL FISH IN SEASON
218 South' 14th Street.
Formerly - Wroth's . Chill Parlor.
1319 Dodge Street ,
, QUICK SERVICE. ,
HIGH CL..SS AMERICAN AND
Clean, Up-to-Date Sf rrke
Chas. Sing, Mgr.
They Say That Peru na Is
Good for Coughs, Colds,
Bronchitis and Catarrh.
There was nothing which seemed to do
me much good. . .
"I tried other remedies, but did not
gain any flesh until I commenced taking
your Peruna, which built me right up.
I haye taken several bottles, but have
not taken any now for about six weeks.
"I am 73 years old. I never expect
to be entirely well or young again, but
I am thankful for what Feruna has
done for me."
Feels Ten Vears Younger.
Mr. Henry Mers. 1605 West Franklin
8t., Evanvllle, Ind.. writes: "When I
first wrote to you I had bronchial
troubles for four years and had tried
several, doctors, but they could do me no
good. I had pain and rattling In the
chest, cough, expectoration, especially at
"I took Peruna, and can now say that
I am entirely weH. I feel ten years
younger since using- Peruna. I recom
mend Peruna to all "my. trlends, for I
was In bad condition. .
"I am an old soldier and am 77 .years
old." , ' '
What's Your Guess?
Every person who takes a meal at
Tolf Hanson's Basement restaurant
may gns the number who visit there
during the day.
The nearast guess wins a meal hook.
(Xvary day this week.)
Tolf Hanson's Lunch Room
The most attractive, brightest,
airiest and most economical lunch
room In Omaha.
QUICK Coffee Our
ISth St., letwetn Fsraim ail Dtiglai.
1411-13 Douglas Street
THE D0D6E STREET LUNCHEON
It. MUNSKN, Prop.
BTBXCTX.Y BOOTS COOXXBO
vbIBXS ISo AID VT.
"Open "oa , Susdays, la to T.
none Xtonflas T400.
1603 BOSOB IT (Upstairs)
The Best 25c Lunch
In Town at
Turkey Dlnnet Totlajr' at S5c.
1405 Douglaa Street.
You Know You Do
OUR MOTTO: j
Cleanliness and Quick Service
1517 Cailtol Ae.
- Coa Into th Howe
THE OMAHA DEE
Best X. Vest
Aft- - A Jl
CORN ILLUMINATION GREAT
Lighting: Effects Will Outshine Even
VOLUNTEERS HAVE NEW SCHEME
Coaaty Comptroller Solomoa aid City
Elertrlelaa Michaelsen DtvlM
Brilliant Eboay aad Dla
The National Corn exposition will vie
with Ak-8ar-Ben In glory of nocturnal
Illumination. The details of the contract
for lighting let to the Western Electrical
company gives assurance that even splen
dor of the great carnival will be outshone.
King Corn gleaming forth with a brilliance
many candle power greater than that
given by the myriad arcs In honor of King
A scheme has been proposed by County
Comptroller Solomon snd City Electrician
Michaelsen which will impress visitors as
much as any other single feature of the
National Corn exposition. This Is the deco
rative plan for the front of the Auditorium.
The back ground will be an ebony black.
Nailed to this will be bisected ears of corn
colored by the glider's art. Interspersed
among the strips of golden corn will be
thousands of tiny electric lights. The
gleam of gold and the glitter of diamonds
flashing from a coal-black background will
thus startle and delight the thousands of
nightly visitors at the exposition.
In other details the illumination of the
corn exposition will be as unique and as
impressive- as this grand portal portion.
Fifteenth street, leading to the Auditorium,
will be lit up with hundreds of Nernst
lamps and the combined brightness result
ing will outdo any terrestrial illumination
ever seen before in Omaha.
Messrs. Solomon and Michaelsen were re
cently added to the committee on decora
tions and are giving their services gratis.
Both have had a wide experience In expo
sition work and unite taste and Judgment
to technical skill. The street illuminations
of the city hall end court house, put up
In honor of Ak-8ar-Ben, will, of course, be
utilised for the exposition, having been
left In place with that end in view
James Heads Alfalfa Work.
William James was elected superinten
dent of the Installation of alfalfa end oth.-;r
grasses In the alfalfa palace by the ex
ecutive committee of the exposition at a
regular meeting Friday afternoon. Thera
is no man in the west with a better knowl
edge of alfalfa, combined with the show
man's skill In arranging grasses on ex
hibit. fie McOreer was awarded the con
tract for the Installation of the model
kitchen of the domestic science depart
ment at the same . meeting. He also has
the contract for the removal of seats from
the Auditorium and the installation of
racks for corn in the galleries.
President Wattles lias added a new "day"
to the' list, which will be known as ""Old
Country" day. It. Is designed especially
to honor Americans of foreign birth, and
an elaborate program Is contmplated. Mr.
Wattles desires to hear from the leading
men In the German-American, Swedish
American and other societies of a like na
ture with regard to co-operating in the
arrangement of a program for the day.
Texas and Idaho Heard From.
Texas, New York and Idaho were among
the states which sent word Saturday 'that
their exhibits were being prepared or en
route. From Boise came word that a special
car has left Caldwell packed with Idaho's
exhibit of grains and- grasses. The New
Tork State Board of Agriculture wrote that
It is co-operating with Cornell university
In an exhibit which It Is hoped will ade-
qustely represent the Empire state. The
Texas exhibit Is already on the way. rt was
arranged by the Fort Worth Chamber of
Commerce, which Is one of the strongest
organizations of the kind In the United
Alumni of the University of Nebraska
have volunteered to arrange entertainment
in honor of President Whitmore and the
other regents of the state Institution, who
will hold a special meeting in Omaha dur
ing; the exposition. It is evident that the
Intercollegiate aspect of the exposition will
be strongly emphasised. There will be
large delegations here from Ames and other
agricultural colleges and alumni of many
universities and colleges are planning some
sort of reunions during the exposition.
PIONEER OF NEBRASKA DEAD
(Continued from Third Puge.)
summer and railing; to make it pay, moved
sway and sold his outfit. He was arrested
In the western part of the slate and
brought back, but the Jury, after hearing
the evidence, found him guilty of no wrunK.
YORK Owing to feeble condition and
poor health of Judge N. V. Harlan, Mr.
W. O. Boyer of this cily accompanied Mr.
iiarian ana wire to (Southern California,
where they will spend the winter, return
ing to Tork in the spring. Mr. Harlan has
never fully recovered from snow blindness
and fever contracted while acting as at
torney for Alaska.
NORTH PIATTE Since the quail sea
son opened there has been quite a bit of
hunting of this game bird, but not with
any considerable success. Thers does not
seem to be as many quail in this neighbor
hood as wss exnected. A party of four
hunters succeeded in killing 100 quail in two
days, but this Is the largest number re
ported since the season opened.
YORK The bodv of John Wlmlen ann
of Mr. and Mrs. Jas Whalen. was brought
nero louay ana interment in York eemeterv,
Mr. Whalen was a telephone lineman ami
while on top a thirty-foot pole engaged in
making repairs, he slipped, and fell, alight
ing on his head and breaking Ills neck
The young man was 28 years old and had
a large number of friends here.
YORK A. F Bloomer, one of the most
prominent lumber dealers in the weat, who
retired three years ago, and has traveled
since he sold out. has engaged passage
snd bertha and will soon start on a trip
asound the world. Mr. Bloomer successfully
managed an independent lumber yard In
York snd msde a small fortune selling
lumber to York county farmers at less
price than charged by the company yards.
NKBRA8KA CITY-AI1 of the precincts
of the county, save one. have made entries
for the big Corn show which is to be held
In this cliy on November 28 to December 3
After ths show Is over here the exhibit 1s
to be taken to Omaha, where it will be
placed with the big Corn show there.
every precinci nas onerea a dozen or more
prises and the merchants of this cltv hve
sdd.'d a big 11st of cash prises and other
(Mings as sweepstake prizes.
YORK The York Commercial club finds
that with the opening of another large
club room in the city It will be hard to
maintain the elegant club room In the op
era house block and lisvlng been offered
the free use of narlnr rooms heated and
lighted tor commercial meetings, they have
oecioej to accroi tne same, thereby reduc
ing the cost of maintaining the cluh and
a means of creating funds with which the
city can better promote Its growth snd
push its interest.
TECCMPKH Albert A. TIammond hss
"ld the Twlee-s-Y eek News at Pawn
City to his enmnet'tors, Hafsler Hm of
The Pawnee Kepubli-an and Ovenden Bros,
of The Pawnee I'h'ef. The newspaper men
g t together an.l agreed three papers were
one too many for Pswne and sn agree
ment was made for t'e consolidation. The
Hammond purer will be stixnended at once.
Mr. Hammoii't. who wa In the printing
buslines at Firbuiy fur a sreit many
years, will seek a new location.
NORTH PI.ATTK The North Platte line
of th Vnlon Pacific has been completed
as far as Rowanda. twenty-five miles
west of Qshkn.h. A trl-weekly rsin service
has been established to this point In nlace
of the twice a week serv'ce maintained be
fore. Orders have beeT siven to complete
tliis road as far as Hld,nirt and this
work is progressing with a large fores of
graders S"d lrrk I ivets. Th railroad
la dolus a larg business upon this new line,
csneclally In shipping slock.
HUMBOLDT Building operations con
nn n nnnnsei
The machine is given free, absolutely free, and will be delivered to your home with every
COMPLETE HOME OUTFIT sold for either cash or credit.
REMEMBER you do not have to pay all cash In order to get this handsome machine FREE, simply se
lect what you want, pay a little down and a little each week or month as best suits your convenience. THIH
IS THE GREATEST OPPORTUNITY EVER OFFERED YOU TO OBTAIN SOMETHING I SEFVL ABSOLUTE
LY FREE OF CHARGE. THE STORE THAT'S SQUARE ALL OVER.
Sld'loaitls The biggpst value
offered anywhere. Built of solid
oak and highly finished, actu
ally worth $22.50;
WE PAY FREIGHT 200 MILES.
STOVES SET I P FREE.
CARPETS MADE AND LAID FREE.
CURTAIN POLES FREE WITH CURTAINS.
RELIABLE GOODS. '
tinue In Humboldt, and promise to keep up
during the greater part of the winter un
der favorable weather conditions. The new
lld.OW Methodist church is well under way
and the contractors hope to ':uve it com
pleted before severe weather tvts In. In
addition there are numerous r. wldenees un
der way in various parts. of the city, and
more are planned, so many in fact that it
is impossible to secure mechanics to keep
all the work moving. The local brick yard
Is being run with muclrof its outpvit taken
by local contractors.
GRAND ISLAND Considerable exdle
'ment reigned at Wood River today over
the burning of a barn. Contents and build
ing were destroyed and the 'fire is believed
to have been of incendiary origin. The
owner and the renter had, on the day
previous hsd a quarrel. Dogs were put on
the scent about the building and led to a
place where a man had entered a buggy. In
the roadway and then come through a
wheat field. However, there was not suf
ficient evidence to warrant a fixed sus
picion against anyone or arrest. The loss
to the owner. Mr. Dunn, is covered by In
surance. That of the renter, J. I
Schweitzer, is without insurance.
GRAND ISLAND At a meeting of the
city council it developed that a tentative
proposition Is again before the city to pur
chase the present private lighting plant.
Since the city has established a success
fully operated lighting plant for street and
commercial purposes, the competition lias
been keen and the owners of the private
company have indicated a readiness to sell
to the city. In order that the business, not
sufficient for two, might be the better for
the one. The city's plant Is run in con
nectlon with the water plant, also owned
by the city. The private company would
gladly purchase the city's plant but, though
the taxpayers have maintained and op
erated the plant for twenty years, no one
thinks of letting it get into private hands.
NORTH PLATTB General Superintend
ent Park of the I'nlon Pacific spent today
In this city making an inspection of the
company's transportation property here. Ho.
examined the new stock yards and Ice lake
which have been completed under his di
rection. The stock yards is one of the most
modern of the railroad, with electric lights,
telephone connections and very thorougn
sanitary conditions. The ice lake will fur
nish 20,000 tons of Ice at one cutting and
because of the extensive requirements for
Ice to fill the Icing plant here.. Mr. Park
announces that it Is the intention of the
railroad to double the size uf the ice lake
during the coming yenr. In all, the Union
Pacific has spent JlO.OiH) for the building of
the slock yards and ice lake.
BF.ATRICK Divorced, remarried and ap
pearing as plaintiff in a ease brought to
have the marriage annulled la the remark
able matrimonial record of Mrs. Florenoo
Whltcomb Hoover of this city. In the dis
trict court yesterday the case of Mrs.
Florence Hoover against KImer A. Hoover
was tried and submitted to Judge Pem
borton, who took the caiio under advlse-r
ment. The plaintiff seeks to have her
marriage to the defendant set aside. A
waiver of summons and voluntary apnear-
anro was entered by the defendant. Plain
tiff alleges that she secured a divorce from
Charles McDanlel June 22. IMS, and soon
afterwards married Elmer Hoover at Coun
cil Bluffs, la. The couple then returned
to Beatrice to live. Mrs. Hoover al'eges
that when the marriage was performed de
fendant Informed her that he had secured
legal advice to the effect that a marriage
performed in the state of Iowa under such
conditions would also be legal In the state
of Nebraska. The Barneston saloon In
junction case was submitted on the evi
dence and affidavits presented at the hear
ing tf dissolve the temporary injurtWIon
and the case was taken under advisement.
EACH INDIAN GETS A TEN
BUI MrCuae Ulvra Ills Itediklns a
Case Mote F.acta to Dress -Ip
Colonel William McCuno arrived in
Omaha Saturday morning over the Bur
lington, accompanied by C. B. Ogle, travel
ing freight agent of that road. They had
with them about seventy-f)ve Indians from
the Buffalo BUI Wild West show, whom
they were returning to the Pine Ridge
agency, where they will spend the -winter
and bo ready for another season next
spring. Coming Into Omaha Mr. McCune
advanced the Indians $10 apiece that they
might do some "trading" in Omaha and
return to the reservation dressed entirely
In civilian clothes. The Indians were tdken
to the Lange hotel for lunch, after which
they came uptown to do their trading ad
left at J p. m. ever the Northwestern for
Mr. McCune reports a splendid trip and
also that the show did a big business all
through the west. He will accompany the
Indians to tli reservation, where he will
pay them off. carrying about I10.C00 with
him for that purpose, the government reg
ulations requiring that a certain percentage
of their stason's r' la held until they
reach the reservation.
Colonel Cody and most of the remainder
of the show went to New York from Mem
phis, where tho show' closed and the show
will be put la winter quarters at Bridge
port, Conn. Colonel Cody is the possessor
of a new beautiful 15,000 horse which lis
bought in California. He is a magnificent
larga spotted horse, of which the colonel
is especially proud. Colonel Cody will rs
msin In New York until about December
1, when, he says, he will reach Omaha en
routa to Cody, Wyo., to look aftsr Ms
It Is an easy matter to do tiuxinesa
through Tb Ess Want Aa Columns.
nun ri pr
A $35 High Grade Sewing Machine Given
Away Absolutely Free of Charge to Every
Person in Omaha and Vicinity
EXTENSION TABLES Get that din
ing room table for Thanksgiving.
This la positively the best value obtain
able anywhere. Best of construction,
large square top, an $8.00 CT 7 C
value; special r
Soft Coal Heaters An
exceptional value In a
well made and service
able stove, most eco
HANDSOME PRESENTS FREE.
On a bill of $10.00, Pair Lace Curtains
On a bill of $25.00 A Tretty Rug
On a bill of $50.00. . .A Parlor Rocker
On a bill of $75. 00. A Kitchen Cabinet
On a bill of $100.00. . .A Morris Chair
SAME PRICES ON EASY
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Bars Boot Prlat It.
Diamonds, Zdaolxa, Jswslsr.
Sr. Swing Brown, 603 Brandsls Bldf.
' Budolpb r. woboda, mnllo Aeeouataat
Sonrka for Quality cigars, tit B. 18th
Morand'a laaaova la dancing. Tel. D. 1041
lnahart. photographer, ltth AFarnam.
Bowman. 117 N. It, Douglas shoe, II. iO.
Slsctrloal Wiring and Bspaira Burgesa
Grsnden company, 1611 Howard street.
Eaoltabl Life Policies aight drafts at
maturity. H. V. Neely, manager. Omaha.
for xnrnaos or not watai combination
heating see Omaha Stova Repair Works,
1206 Douglas. Bell Tel. Doug. 960, Ind.
A-3G21. . - ,
Your Konsy and Insurant Fapsra
should be kept in a fire and burglar
proof safe deposit. bos In the American
Safo Deposit vaults in the Be building.
Boxes rent for only ft a year.
BsrTioss at Tempi Israel rtabbl F. H.
Cohn will tulk at 8 o'clock tonight at Tem
ple Israel on "A Reflection on Life."
It. J. Qulnby Addrsss Vhllosophsrs
Laurie J. Qulnby will address tho Omaha
Philosophical society Sunday at 3 o'clock,
p. m.. In Barlght hall. Nineteenth and
Farnam, on "Jesus An Appreciation."
Wants Dlvoro (or Til itmn Anna
Neu has applied for a divorce from Jacob
Neu, to whom she was married in Council
Bluffs Just a year ago. When she was
married she had five children by a former
marriage and sho asserts Neu called her
vile names in the presence of these chil
dren. Bom for Flnmbsra' Sadqnartara The
Hotel Rome has been secured by City
Plumbing Inspector Harry MCVea for head
quarters for the national convention of the
American Society of Inspectors of Plumbing
and Sanitary Engineers, which will be held
in Omaha February 1, 1! and 3. Mr. McVea,
is chairman of the executive committee and
Vice president of tho national organization.
Thirty Pay in a Barry Quick work
was made of Charles 1 little .in police court
Saturday morning. Friday evening he stole
a grip and contents worth about 120 from
J. C. Pugh at the Paxton hotel, Pugh hav
ing left his traveling bag on the sidewalk
for a few minutes. Karly Saturday morn
ing Detective Heltfeld wont to South OmahH
anl secured Illttlo and the grip and a
thirty-day sentence for petit larceny was
given the man in police court.
Warning' to Secondhand Sealer A
warning to secondhand dealors and others
has been Issued by Captain Savage of tho
detective force. He hss received five reports
of forged drafts for small amounts during
th last week, and says that storekeepers
should be on the lookout for the appearance
of more. All five that have been given the
detectives to trace are for ft each and
bear the rubber stamp and local superin
tendent's signature of tho Leonard Con
Suit Dismissed Against Dead Kan The
case of the United States against R. F.
Glllasple, Indicted for land frauds, was dis
missed on motion of United States District
Attorney Goss Saturday afternoon because
of tho death of the defendant. The cases
rf the United States against J. C. and
James Hedlngton were also dismissed on
motion of the United States district attor
ney. These were also Indictments for land
frauds, but it appeared from th.e informa
tion thus far obtained In the cases that a
conviction was uncertain.
In Jail (or tting Fir to Barrel Set
ting fire to a barrel of old paper in order
to warm himself after sleeping off the
effects of too much liquid refreshments
behind Bexton's drug store at Twelfth and
Dodge streets, funded Charles Jackson ln
jail Friday nlgl.t. It is said that a bad
blaze was averted only by the early dis
covery of the fire by th clerk of si nearby
hotel, as th barrel of papers was next
to an old barn. In police court Saturday,
Jackson was discharged, as his spree had
resulted in no disastrous results and be
had become sober.
Z.ahy Bay Cora how la a Winner W.
E. Leihy, assistant general passenger asnt
of the Rock Island, who wss In Omaha Sat
urday, la most enthusiastic over the Corn
show. He said that he had been over a
considerable of the western territory cov
ered by his road and he felt assured thst
no exposition which th west had held In
several years will attract as many people
as the National Corn exposition. Ha said
that tli educational (eatur of the show
appealed to the people. The west Is thor
oughly an agricultural community and any
thing which will increas the crops in qual
ity end quantity will enrich the whole
Hurrah (or Boa Butt T. J O'Keef.
t diti r of lh Alliance Herald, spent Satur
day in Omaha ainglng the praises of the
a ri I B fTI
Steei Rnuge Made of ex
tra fine steel, being full
asbestos lined. At the
price we ask it la fully
less than the market value
complete with upper
We Will Give . a Souvenir
A Vory Pretty Vase
, With Every Purchase or Phone Order at
PORT AX1 SHERRY WINE, regular 66c bottles, at 48t
ROCK AND RYE, for colds, regular $1.00 bottles, at .'.60
FIXE GRAPE BRANDY, regular $1.25 bottles, at 87
HUNTER RYE, regular $1.25 bottles, at 97
FINE JAMACIA RUM. regular $1.25 bottles, at 87
FINE APRICOT CORDIAL, regular $1.25 bottles, at 78
FINE BLACKBERRY CORDIAL, regular $1.00 bottles, at 08
Prompt Deliveries and Shipments
Trading Stamps Open Evenings.
capital of Box Butte county and trying to
convince the people of the metropolis that
his home town will one day be o rival of
Cn sha. Mr. O'Kecfe says that the new
Burlington passenger station", costing $,
m, has Just been cpeaed. and that during
the year wn.oeo has been expended In his
city in erecting a new Catholic academy
and another $30,ou0 in a n8w high and ona
graded school. Accompanying Mr. O'Keefa
was G. L. Shumway of Scott's Bluff, on
of the democratic war horses of that part
of the state. Mr. Shumway was a candi
date for congress two years ngo.
Postmaster Thomas SllTrs Inioturs
Postmsster B. F. Thomas delivered an ad
dress Saturday morning before the class of
fifty applicants for positions under the
civil service that la taking the examination
for postofflce clerks and carriers In th
federal building. A now ruling of the Post
offlc department requires that postmasters
shall deliver these talks before the classes
taking the examinations for postofflce posi
tions, In order that the applicants may
know what to expect In th way of possible
appointment. A successful examination
does not always Imply the certainty of ap
pointment, but only admits the applicant
to the eligible or substitute list. Pcrmsnent
uppolntments are only made when vacan
cies make them necessary.
Kicked en Boast rork at IS Osnta
Thrown out of the Climax restaurant be
cause he kicked about the quality of roast
Keen-Edged, guaranteed steel,
tg handles, silver trimmed.
Three-piece sets, full size, $12.00
down to $2.75
Two-iilece gets, up from $1.00
Bird and Steak Carvers, up from,
Silver plated knives add forks,
sets of Teaspoons, up from per
POCKET KNIVES AND BCISSORS
Henekle's celebrated goods.
Stoves and Ranges.
Gtoves and Ranges
& Sons Co.
fT I fr?? r i I FT
Base Burners rnl
tlvely the bent value
ever offered in a
hlKh BTHiic base bur
ner; it 1h fully pat
inted and tins heavy
ntrkel trimming, a
IJT.oil value ttt Cfl
we isell for 91V.JV
up wwwi iiwui.m
COMPLETE ... $49.50
BIG CARPET AND RUG SALE
65c Ingrains go at, per yard 30c
85c Ingrains, go at, per yard 53c
$1.00 Briissel Carpets, go at, per yard. .(J5c
$6.00 Reversible Rugs, go at $2.98
$10 BruBsel Rugs, go at. .$5.75
$18.50 Brussel Rugs, room size. . .$10.50.
Family Liquor Store
1309 Tarnam St.
pork they served with a 15-cent meal, WiU
Ham H. Mi'Dermott has I cgun suit in
county court against Louis Bealy for 11.0.0. .
McDormott says his arm was tSiokeo by
the violence with which lie was exptileC
from the eating house. After lie had ut-,
fered lis criticisms lie says thu calii"i
reached around behind him uml pulbd f ill
a big club about the size of a ball hat,
After hitting him over the head with thls
stick he says the canhler told the wait"!' to'
throw him out, which the latter proceeded
to do. When he lit he discovered, the biiie
in his arm had been fractured. The dis
turbance happened October 27. J
T. K. 0. A. Boys' Circus Full Bhcci
posters, besmeared with red ink, are out
announcing the fourth annual boys' circus ,
to be held In the gymnasium and boys',;'
rooms of the Young Men s Christian sst-vv
elation on December 8 and 4. The posleie.,
announce that the circus will have a "niani-.
moth menagerie" with elerhants from Hie!,
wilds of Africa, camels from the. Arab'an,
deserts, alligators from the slimy swamps,.'
monkeys, bears and other wild beasts.
There will be an aggregation of clowni,
the usual quota of sldo shows with id
freaks and follies and a "grand free street
parade," which Is advertised to be a stu
pendous spectacle. The animala, nctois
snake charmers and chariots will be In tin
parade, which will be led by the Boys'
Squirt band, the living calliope lo bring ui'
Roasting Pans ".
Double self-basting, scnmleiei,
THE SAVORY Up from Q5
THE LISK AH enameled,
guaranteed ten years, No. 2,
at each $2.40
Food Choppers .
Genuine Universal, chops every
thing:, four knives, up from,'
ST ELL RANGES.
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