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THE OMAHA SUNDAY ; BEE: ArOUST- V 1000.
has broken all records. These fine pianos we are offering
in this jrreat sale are being purchased by careful buyers.
There are only about ninety left.
As announced in the papers, we only hold this sale once
a year, and if you are going to buy a piano, it would be well
to take advantage of this opportunity to buy a reliable high
grade piano at the price of a cheap unknown make.
Every piano is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or we refund your money.
You take no chances when you buy a piano at Hayden's.
We will have a special force of competent piano sales
men to assist during this great sale, and you are cordially
invited to visit our ware room and look at these beautiful
If you cannot call writ us today and we will forward
you full particulars by return mail.
Below we give a list of a few of the bargains:
LOT NO. L
Two Knabes, discontinued styles, used. .$380.00
One Knabe, used for concerts $340.00
Two Knabes, art style, 6olid mahogany. .$570.00
One Knabe, baby grand, used $660.00
One Knabe, baby grand, used $690.00
One Hardman, baby grand, used
LOT NO. 2.
One Chickering Bros., used $320.00
One Wegman, used $240.00.
One Milton, used $230.00
One Fischer, used $320.00
One Price & Teeple, used $220.00
One Smith & Barnes, used $185.00
One Chickering Bros., used $340.00
One Wegman, used $240.00
One Haines Bros., used $235.00
One Schaeffer, used $227.50
LOT NO. 3.
One Price & Teeple, used $170.00
One Sherman, used $135.00
One Steger, mahogany case $155.00
One Vose & Sons ....$127.00
. .. One Bordman $225.00
One Hardman $178.00
One Baldwin $225.00
One Gerhard $160.00
One Wegman $185.00
One Smith & Barnes $215.00
LOT NO. 4.
One Sehirmer $132.00
One Milton $185.00
One Ebersole $188.00
One Gerhard $175.00
One Schaeffer $190.00
One Ivers & Pond $100.00
One Ebersole .$230.00
One Vose & Sons $140.00
One Haines Bros $22000
One Wegman $230.00
One Decker Bros. $138 00
Updikes to Test
Rule in Court
Ship Carload of Flour to Iowa
Which ii Confiscated, and
This Starts Suit.
Tne I'pdike Milling company of Omaha
is to make a (eat case of the nutation as
10 wheilier the flour mill ui Nebraska
nti other western stales aie to be per
mitted to bleach their flour by the elee
U leal pi ocees. The leal case ha bueii
raiefuli) planned and Mill be filed Monday
at Mttcliellvllle. It.
Tue voinpuil) nt a carload of flour to
the Induairinl tk'hool for Uirle at Mitch
clvllle and thl ha been confiscated by
the fcovti iimenl litcauad It u bleached
flour. Accord. us to tho present ruling of
II. e a-cieiary of agriculture flour i not to
The iialln of the went maintain (hat
bleaching is not injurious and is neces
sary 'if the people ate to have white bread.
lurum wheat h been Introduced Into the
entire wet In auoh quantities that most
of the wheal Is of a dark hue and require
bleaching to give li that white color which
housewives like for bread and cake mak
ing. The special car of flour which was con
fiscated by the government was made at
the I'pdike mill in Omaha under the per
4tal supervision ut a government official,
is So saw to It that nothing was used la
the bleaching process except electricity. He
watched the wheat from the time It ca
tered tbs mill untU U was loaded on the
car and even helped to load the flour en
the car. The consignment consisted of lis
sacks of flour. It was made from A Xo. 1
d P. Smith, attorney for the I'pdike
Milling eompany. has tone to Mitchell
vine to fight the case and try to establish
. euee for ail tfcax bleaahed flour la all right.
Porto Rican Thinks
Eight O'clock Easy
Sayi Under Spaniih Eule Whole City
Wai Closed at Nine
Had the people of Nebraska lived In
Porto Rico during the days of the Span
ish regime, they wqtild not offer objections
to the o'clock closing law. At least
thla la the opinion of J. Mangan of San
Juan, Porto Rico, who apent Saturday in
Omaha, registered at the Paxton.
"They tell me that you people do not
like thla law which cloe.es the saloons at
t o'clock, but I wonder how they would
like It If everything was closed at. a
o'clock," atd Mr. Mangan. "That is the
way It was on our Island b-fore you
Americana gained control and gave us
"Sun Juan Is. or was. a wulled city, and
at 8 tt'clack every mght the gates were
closed and no one was allowed to leave
or enter the city until the next morning.
That was not the worst part, though, for
when o'clock came every light had to bo
extinguished and no one was allowed on
"Now, under the American rule, every
thing Is different. The gat-s to the city
are never closed; we can go and come as
Mr. Mangan Is a Spaniard, though born
in New Tork City. He has Uv.d in Porto
Rica most of his llfe'and sas the Island
Is a Veritable Harden of Eden.
He owns some land in western Nebraska
and hla trip here waa for the purpose of
looking after this property and also to
drum up trade for Porto Rlran cigars,
which he manufactures.
Don't let stomach, liver nor kidney
trouble down you, when you ran quickly
down them with Electric Bitters. 50c. Sold
by Beaton Drug Co.
Quick Action for Your Money Tou get
that he- using The Bee advertising columns.
MURDER TRIAL AT FORT CROOK
Corporal Claude Crabtree Will Un
derfo Conrt-Martial August 16.
C0L0J.IL GAUDENES TO PRESIDE
C'aptala F. R. Rirkii, as Jslge d
vweate. Will Prsweewte Jtow-Cwss.
Who aot aad Killed Ceptala
Raysaoad at Dee) Melaee,
Corporal Clause Crabtree of Troop B,
Second United States cavalry, who shot
and killed hi commanding officer. Captain
John C. Raymond, In the company quarters
at Fort res Moines, la., fn June lest. Is to
be tried by a general court-msrtlal at Fort
Crook, Neb. The date set for the trial Is
Monday, August 1.
The detail for the court Is Colonel Cor
nelius Oardener of the Sixteenth Infantry,
president; Lieutenant Colonel W. A. Giaas
ford, signal ( corps, chief signal officer of
the Department of the Missouri; Lieuten
ant Colonel John M. Banister, chief sur
geon Department of the Missouri; Major
Omar Bundy, assistant Inspector general;
Major W. F. Blauvelt, pay department;
Captains W. C. Bennett, U B. Blmonda,
II. F. Palton. M. L. Crlmmina, E. D. War
field; First Lieutenants Oeorge H. WhlU
and Perrln L. Smith of the Sixteenth In
fantry, with Captain F. E. Buohan, Judge
advocate of the Department of the Mis-
, souri, as judge advocate of the court.
First in Many Years
I This will be the first trial for murder by
I court-martial that has been held In the
1 Department of the Missouri for many years.
! It always has been ths preference of the
War department In times of peace to have
j capital offenses tried by the civil courts,
but In this case the offense is so purely
military that It has been finally deter
mined to proceed with the trial under the
j articles of w ar. The general court-martial
ha full power In case of conviction to In
flict the death penalty subject to the ap
I proval of the president.
The transfer of the court-martial to Fort
i Crook has been made In view of the preju
dice prevailing against the accused man at
Fort Des Moines, the scene of the murder,
jand the. further rule has been adopted to
' eliminate all officers of the Second car
i airy from participation In the trial,
j Crabtree had been corrected by his com
l pany commander, Captain Raymond, for
i overstaying his leave of absence. He- at
, once flew Into a violent passion and ob-
talnlng a pistol shot and fatally wounded
I Captain Raymond before tie could be dis
armed, captain Raymond survived his
wounds about ten days.
Wife Takes Up
With New Man
Mother of Six Tirei of Hatband and
Each Oft Three of the
.The Poge family of Atlantic, la., Is di
vided and separated. Mrs. Marllla Poge,
wife of John Poge of the hustling Hawk
eye village, la In the matron's department
of the city Jail with three children. Mr.
John Poge. husband of Marllla, Is In At
lantic with three more of their children.
Now Poge wants his wife to take all the
children or give him the other three. He
had the On aha police arrest his wlfs for
deserting him and he Is coming here to
When the woman was found she was
with one Parkhurst at 1408 Jones street
She said she wanted to get rid of Poge
and start life with Parkhurst. She was
about to apply for a divorce here.
C. A. MELCHER WILL ENTER
INTO BUSINESS IN OMAHA
City ' Treasarrr of Sooth Omaha
Leases Quarters for Bis;
C. A. Melcher, city trrssuref of South
Omaha and one of the leading druggists
of that city, has secured a long time lease
on the ground floor of the Patterson block,
southeast corner of Seventeenth and Far
nam streets. Omaha. These are the offices
at present occupied by the Smith Premier
Typewriter company. He will occupy the
rooms after remodeling them about Fe
ruary 1. The Intention Is to establish a
large drug store.
The lease extends over a period of five
years. The consideration Is said to be
$300 per month.
The Smith-Premier company will remove
to offices being especially fitted for It at
Nineteenth and Farnam streets.
Mr. Melcher says the business he had
undertaken means positively that he Is out
of politics. He will be able to finish his
term as' city treasurer before the Omaha
enterprise will require all of his attention.
He says he will not be a candidate for re
election. He also says he will retain his
residence In South Omaha, where he has
his home at Twenty-third and F streets,
his present drug business and other prop
WEST qROOMED FOR THE EAST
Attired In Finest Garb f.r the Flock
f Visitors Pi.OT Co ra
"The west Is now receiving the greatest
advertising It ever had, for it Is dressed In
its finest garb for the Inspections of the
thousands of easterners flocking to the
western half of the continent," said L.
W. Wakeley. general passenger agent of
the Burlington who has returned from a
trip to Cheyenne and Denver.
"The travel Is unprecedented, because of
the desire of the easterners to are the
"There Is no truth In the senseless re
ports which hsve been sent out that the
Empire reservoir near Port Morgan has
broken away. It la true there was a slight
h-ak. but It Is being repaired and the
water will be turned over the district Sun
day. There was a loss of less thsn a foot
ORATORS FOR LABOR DAY
Bnrkett. Br.wn and Bryan Are Three
Central Laker I' a Ion Has
There will be some speakers known to
fame at the annual Labor day plcnio of
the unions of Omaha, for the Central
Labor union has decided to Invite Senators
Burkett and Brown, W. J. Bryan. Con
gressman Q. M. Hitchcock. Mayor Dahl
man and Judges A. L. Sutton and Lee 8.
The Labor day plcnio Is to be held at
Courtland Beach and will be one of the
largest celebrations Omaha organised labor
has ever held.
The Central Labor union also appointed
standing committees for the next six
months and Indorsed ths following candi
dates for Justice of the peace:
Meaers. Cloud. Leeder. Lanlhan, Betimes,
Fields and Baldwin. Baldwin and Butta
had close raoe for alxth slsct, Michael I
nia k candidate for county surveyor was
DEPUTY SHERIFF GREETS
HIS BROTHER IN JAIL
First Meeting in Fifteen Tear.
It Is All a Joke on Offi
Wouldn't you be rather shocked If you
had ben away from jour brother for fif
teen years and then meet him for the first
time after that separation sitting, on ev'cot
In the celt or a JaJIT .
Well. Deputy 'Sheriff Osborne was' When
he saw 'his brother, Theodore, under "the
same conditions st the county fV' He
was deeply humiliated for a few seconds,
i rrcoverea soon wnen ne learned tliaM
his brother waa not in the cell because of
any crime. It all happened in this man
ner: Theodore Osborne, who lives In California
and who has not seen his brother,, Deputy
Sheriff Osborne, for fifteen years, came to
Omaha to pay him a visit. He went t the
county Jail and found his brother was out,
so he decided to wait there for ' him.' .
Jailer Talbot, seeing a chance for play
ing a good trick on the deputy, got Theo
dore Osborne to go into one of the oells
and pretend he was a prisoner, . When
Deputy Osborne returned Talbot, called his
attention to the man In the cell and (old
him the fellow was a desperate criminal
from Iowa. The deputy at once, noticed the
cell was not locked and said:.
''Well, lock that fellow up or he'll be get
ting away. Haven't you any keys?"
Talbot obeyed this command, while the
deputy turned to walk away. Instinct
seemed to tell Osborne, though, that he
knew the man In the cell and he soon
turned back for another glance and then
"Well, by Jove, If that Isn't 'Ted."
He realised In a moment that a Joke was
being played on him and he did not wait
for Jailer Talbot to unlock the cell. He
did It himself In about as fast time as any
door at the Jail has been unlocked In many
SQUABBLE AT FIELD CLUB.
PRESIDENT PARISH RESIGNS
delta When Board Declines to -tain
Him in Disciplining
John C. Sheehan.
John W. Parish, president of the Omaha
Field club, has sent In his resignation to
the board of directors because the board
refused to sustain him In an attempt to
discipline John A. Sheehan.
Mr. Sheehan, who la assistant attorney
of the Union Pacific Railroad company,
was reprimanded by Parish for what Par
ish alleged to be an Infraction of the rules.
Sheehan denied that he was breaking any
rule and Parish appealed to the directors,
who refused to take action.
According to the Parish version of the
episode, which Sheehan says was "simplv
a misunderstanding," Parish thought Shee
han had brought two caddies into the buf
fet. There Is a rule in the club against
minors being allowed In that room.
Mr. Sheehan Is standing pat on his being
sustained by the directors, before whom
Parish had him summoned. He declined to
say anything when Interviewed.
"Why," he exclaimed, "I wouldn't make a
statement for $rO0"
Further than this, he would not go ex
cept to mention the word "misunderstand
ing." The affair. It Is plain, has not seri
ously disturbed him, nor does he bear any
111 will toward Parish.
Parish feels that he cannot with dignity
continue as president with the board re
fusing to uphold him.' Accordingly he has
written out and subrnttted his resignation.
The board has had no meeting since then
and nothing has been done, tnougn tne
name of Everett Buckingham Is mentioned
as a successor.
The directors of the club Include John
V. Parish. Dr. W. H. Sherraden. Dr. H. C.
Sumney. Everet Bucklngnam, n. r. qui
ver. Arthur English. Que Eppenter. Herbert
Kohn and F. M. BUsh. '
PAN OF GASOLINE EXPLODES
Mr) John FolU, 110 Clifornln
Street. Serlonsly Bnrned
Mrs. John Folk. 1U0 California street.
was painfully but not fatally urned about
1:20 o'clock Friday afternoon by the ex
plosion of a pan of gasoline.
Mrs. Folk had been rixing a gasoune
stove, which was out or oraer, inn in io
doing tipped over the stove ' sufficiently
for a quantity of gasoline to escape Into
a pan. When she lighted the stove she
threw the mstch In the pan and the ex
Both her lower limbs were oumea rrom
the body to the feet, but It Is not thought
that her condition Is dangerous, fthe was
taken .to the Wise Memorial noppuaj.
where she waa treated by Dr. Romm.
SANFORO BELL AT INSTITUTE
Editor of Rocky Monntisln Tewe"her
Will Head Corps of Instfnetor
at Connty Meeting;.
Sanford Bell of Denver, editor of the
Rocky Mountain Teacher, will head the
corps of Instructors at the Douglas county
Institute. .Other Instructors . Include Prof.
N. M. Oraham, superintendent of the South
Omaha schools; Miss Elizabeth Themson,
primary teacher In the Kellom school, and
Miss Edith Tobitt, librarian of the Omaha
The Institute will be held In the Omaha
High School building, beginning August 23.
and continuing all week. County Superin
tendent Toder expects a large attendance.
E. E. BRUCE SELLS HIS HOME
Lets It to Charles McLaughlin
for Thirty Thoasand ,
E. R. Bruce has sold his rrnldeace on
South Thirty-eighth street to Cherles Mo
Laughlln for $.tO.Ono. The deal waa made
by Latham Davis., who two years ago
sold Mr. Bruce's home In Forest park.
K. T. Rector, vice president of the Fair
mont Creamery company, has bought the
handsome residence of Mrs. Mary Q. An
drews at S431 Hawthorne avenue for $10
00. The sale waa effected by C. L. Smith,
president of the Midland Investment com
pany. Mr. Rector will spend $2,000 In Im
provements on the grounds, which are
AFTER MAN WHO GOT WATCH
Detective McDonald Goes . St. Lonla
to Bring Stephen Campion
Detective McDonald has gone to St. Louis
to bring Stephen Campion to Omaha to
answer to the charge of robbing hla room
mate of $SS and a gold watch.
Campion slept with J. C. Whaley of
Basin City, Wyo.. at the Retreat lodging
house, 601 South Sixteenth street, on the
night of August $. While Whaley was
asleep Campion got up and took the
money and watch from bis . bedmate's
elothea and escaped. He was sreated In
81 Louis Friday.
If you nped a Piano now. In on month or In tlx moths, do not fall to examine then value.
Pay us a visit of inspection or write at once. Every Instrument fully guaranteed to be as rep
resented. We need the room for our wholesale buslnoss. which has more than doubled within 60 days,
and are compelled to sacrifice every Piano In our. salesrooms.
Wiber, SUqer, Emerton, Hardman, 3fcPhai', M-hlit A. B. Ciast, 'f4yreiaU
ict, IfackUy, Adam Sehaff and iand JfaJ Schmo'.Ur MuiUtr 7'tano.
All these world-famous, time-tested makes are offered at a heavy discount from regular prices.
To accomplish this aim room for our wholesale business the unheard-of terms recently made
known to the readers of The Bee will hold good while these Pianos last
yothing Voiin, Free Stool, Prtt Scarf, Fri DAivery, FrtigU Prepaid 3) D iy$ Frr trial Thsn fl a H'tdt
Mahogany Upright, only
Story & Camp, walnut upright
$300.00 Ivers & Pond
$350 J. & C. Fischer
$450.00 Knabe, upright
$400.00 Schubert, upright
An Immediate call for inspection or an immediate written request will be necessary If you
desire to participate and secure one of the great Piano values offered.
SCHMOLLER & MUELLER PIANO CO.
13111313 Farnam Street.
OUT Or TOW BTTTKBI
Schmoller & Mueller Piano Co.,
Oentlemen: Please send
I'sed Pianos, including catalogues, prices and
Piano advertised by you this
Name of Piano
SMITH'S OFFICE KEEPS SELF
Clerk of District Court is No Longer
Burden to County.
I EES PAY FOE ITS MAINTENANCE
Radical Change from the Good Old
Halcyon Days M'hen Conrt Col
lections Had to Support
The report of the clerk of the district
court for the second quarter of 1909 handed
to the county commissioners shows that
under the new syptem of cash payments on
fees the office will be practically self sup
porting. During the last three months Mr. Smith's
office has taken in paid fees amounting to
H.fiKUO. As the salary expenses of the
force are about $18,000, this will cover them.
Before the Introduction "of the pay-ln-ad-vanco
svstem the big deficit through un
collected revenue made the office depend
ent upon collections from the courts for
part of its support.
Under the old system of allowing time
oh the costs of bringing suits It was cus
tomary for a 15 deposit to be made when
a petition was filed to go Into the "sus
pense fund" and the subsequent costs were
taken out of that and the remainder re
funded. When Mr. Broadwell left the
office there was about $$.000 In the sus
pense fund. Of this amount $4,200 has
been earned and checked off and will be
turned over to the county as earned fees.
The remaining $4,000 will be accounted
for as soon as possible and that will end
the existence of the fund, as It Is no longer
MAN'S CONQUEST OF THE AIR
Some Data of Interest la MensnrlntT
th' Proarress of Reeent
18 In the eleventh century Oliver of
Malmesbury built a gliding machine In
which he flew from a tower 370 feet, fall
ing and breaking a leg.
1410 Dante of Terouse made a short
flight, with the same result.
187 Le Brls flew 600 feet In an aero
1S90 Hargrave's flapplng-wing device
flew 8 feet.
1W2 Lllienthal made a flight In his
gilder over (60 feet. Other experiments
followed, but In 1S96 his machine, upset
after flying 1,000 feet and he waa killed.
1M Sir Hiram Maxim's aeroplane flew
300 feet, but developed fatal defects In
1S96 Octave Chanute, after many experi
ments, developed his biplane glider that
carried a man 400 feet. This machine Is
the basis of the Wright brothers' aero
planes. 1SS 8. P. Langley's aerodrome, with
steam motor, flew 3.000 feet.
K'7 Adcr. In his mechanically driven de
vice, flew l.OuO feet.
1900 The Wright brothers In private tests
near Dayton, O., made flights averaging
1906 Wright brothers flew twenty-four
1W6 Santos-Dumont flew 400 feet.
lJ7-Delagrsnge. In a Volsln bldane.
I flew 6.V) feet.
1W Louis Blerlot began work on his
monoplane type of flyer and. after many
failures, on October 1, 1908, flew nins
19U7 Henri Farman made several success
ful flltrhts In a Voisin biplane. He won
the Deutsch-Archdeacon prize by a half
mile flight January 12, IV., and October 30,
1908. flew cross-country seventeen miles.
1-D Caters (Belgian) perfected a trl
plane that Tew nearly a half mile.
Un June . the tnull-Pf Itrle mono
plane flew three-quarters of a mile.
ISOt July 4. Glen Curtiss. In the June
Bug. flew one mile at Hammondsport,
' 1904 August 21, Uastembtde-Mengtn mon
oplane flew one mils.
1. July I. Delagraoge made the first
$400.00 Adam Sehaff.
$450.00 Chickering ..
$800.00 Hardman Grand $-100.00
$1,500.00 Stcinway Concert Grand. .$50O!oO
Largest and Most Reliable Piano House
WTXX. FX.BASX VWB TKXB COUTOJT
to me Immediately full Information about
terms. I am especially
successful flight with an extra passenger.
ISO Wilbur Wright, after a series of
1 flights, breaking all records, remained In
the air one hour nine minutes and forty
five seconds with an extra passenger (Oc
tober 10), reached an altitude of 3JS feet
(December U) and flew seventy-six miles
In two hours twenty minutes and twenty
three and one-fifth seconds (December 31).
1908 Orvllle Wright made many success
ful flights at Fort Myer, Va but on Sep
tember 17 his effort to carry an extra pas
senger resulted In an accident that killed
Lieutenant Selfrtdge and broke Wright's
1909 May 20, Tissandler remained In air
one hour two minutes and thirty seconds.
19C June 5, Latham made a flight of
one hour seven minutes and thirty-seven
liXlft July 1&, Paulhan flew one hoitr
seven minutes and nineteen seconds.
19v July 17, Glen Curtiss remained in
air fifty-two minutes and thirty seconds.
1D0 July 20. Farman In air one hour and
w-juiy 2i, Lrfjuls Blerlot crossed the
1SK-July 27. Orvllle Wright made new
record for flight with extra passenger, re
maining In air one hour twelve minutes
and forty 'seconds.
1909-July 30, Wright brothers' aeroplane,
with extra passenger, In cross-country
flight from Fort Myer to Alexandria, Va.,
and return; attained speed of 42.5 miles
per hour and were awarded government
prlie of $.10,000 for fulfilling requirement
of government test.
PAIR SUSPECTED OF HOLDUPS
Two Men Held by Police I'nder Sus
picion f Robbing Street
Roy Fry, arrested Frldsy as a aus
picious character, and Walter McOulre.
who two weeks ago waa arrested in con
nection with the robbery of the house of
D. M. T.'tt. are being held by the police on
suspicion of being the men who held up
street car men some time ego. Several of
the couduetor victims were taken to the
station, but they could not identify the
HOT WEATHER DRUG SALE
MONDAY, AUG. 7TH
ltl.!1r? 10 ,h,nk of n"llnsT n he Drug line we do not sell Ifa still
more difficult to find .njr.hlug on vhlrh ne don't h.v. theToweat Drl. "
1 r m..
tjjjctiais m uur soap section
15c l-lb. 20 Mule Team
Ivory Soap. Der cake
16c Llquosone Soap, per cake .
10c William's Shaving Soap, for
$0c bar t'astlle Soap, special ..
2 5c Woodbury's Hoap
nig aaie Knirt's Soaps All loc
25c packer's Tar Soap, for ".'.
All Toilet Articles at Deeply
60c Plnoud's Powder, Moniay lo
75c I ompelan Maasage Cream ! e
50c Pompelan Masaage Cream ae
$1 60 Oriental Cream Sl.OS
Eastman's Benzoin and Almond lo
60c Consuelo Cream (greaseleasi ". '.
5e Pond's Kxttact Cream
50c Magda Cream
25c Sanltol Cream
2oc Lyons Tooth powder '.'.
25c Grave's Tooth powder
26c Sanltol Tooth Powder
50c Derma Viva
60c Locust Blossom, per
nuc -rau Apple, per ox....
6uc Vlolette per ox
75c l.a Trefle, per ox
50c Java Rice powder, ape
60c roizonl a Powder, special
:e nwan a iiown Powder
25c bottle Peroxide
Sherman & EVlcConncll Drug Co.
COKAKR SIXTKENTH AND IXfir:.
OWL DRUG COMPANY
COK.VER SIXTEENTH AND HARNEY
in the West.
AJTD MAXL TO VI AT OsTOB.
your sale of new and slightly
Interested In the following named
FAVORITE FAMILY OF STORK
Mystic Meaeaa-er of Kids Lands
Twenty. Two In n Maine
Fight miles from Skowhegan, Me., Mrs.
Charles K. Dickey of Canaan gave birth
to her twenty-second child August 1. It
was a girl and mother and daughter are
Mr. and Mre. Dickey were married
twenty-seven years ago, since which time
she hss borne twenty-one children. All of
them are living. At one time It waa neces
sary for the board of selectmen of Canaan
to maintain a district .school Just for the
When Mrs. Dickey w'as married she was
14 years old and her husband was IS. They
live on a farm two miles beyond the vil
lage. He Is a farmer, and a proaperoui
one. Last Thanksgiving the father and
mother rat down to dinner and It required
five turkeys, each weighing an average of
seven pounds, to satisfy the appetites of
The oldest child is 25. All enjoy perfect
health. They have Just completed haying,
and no extra help was employed outs.de
members of the family.
Previous to the advent of the latest addi
tion a foot ball eleven had been organize 1
by the family, but there were only ten on
the other side. Now it is a squars game,
with twenty-two players.
"So you've rented that haunted house
which was on your hands so long"
"Yes; rented It to an actor."
"Old he find out Its reputation?"
"That'a the very thing which decided
him to take the house."
"He said It would be such a comfort for
him. to get Inside of a house where the
ghost walked every nlght."Baltlmore
I do flrst-clasa work reasonable. 1 make
suits for $15, skirts. $5. I also do altering to
suit. Would you give me a trial? The
Fashion; ladies' tailoring. R. H.' Emleln.
proprietor. Late fitter Orkln Bros. 33 8
Direct action gas stoves save gas. See
them and know why. p. C. De Vol Hard
ware Co. 604 Broadway.
i-pint not tie Household Ammonia
$1 Lydla Plnkhams Veg Comp.
il Oreen Mountain Renovator ..
$1 Slxe Kengo
rr or w nfe fine
il lAlftVH Pure .-.! t,i.L...
Jetters Mall Extract. Monday, do
Straw Hat Bleach
Jet urn for dyeing straw hats
gal. Jug Salt Sulphur Water for 88
gl- Jugs Crystal Water for ....a.
(50c for return of Jug.)
toc Clothes Brush
J5c Hair Bruah
Ideal Hair Brush
$126 Idal Hair Brush
60c Bath Brush
20c Tooth Brush
10c Tooth Brush
20c Whisk Brooms
Joes Sticks. 10c; J fr
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Rubber Goods Specials
Rubber (Doves aa
loc i-oiintaln Syringe I4n
$1 ."5 ltMpl.l pif.w Fountain Syringe ato
$3 50 Marvel Whirling Spray 82. T
Path sprsv ae
S.ic Bathing flip s4o
7.r,c llathlnjr Can . laA
88e$l naming Cap 8o
. 12o Shouldir Hrart-s. special "ale.
.lis I each l.oo, 83 00 eaa 83.09
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