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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1909.
JIMS SIGHT PERIL AHEAD
Go to Extreme of Endorsing Slate,
Something New for Them.
pT.AT.TZT. DANGER OF DEFEAT
fral4 to Tmt Reek rile) of
nrmMrarr te Plek tfco Mee. fo
rail rieetloa at th Primaries.
nrallxlng the nrriainm of the sltua
tlon and fearing that tne nomination might
go to men weaker than others, the Jlmo
crata have overstepped a rule enforoed
slnre tha club waa organised and hara
endorsed county candidate.
This haa nevar been dona before, except
In the cane of tha mayor. Tha club has
always endorsed Mayor Dahlman, for
Mayor Dahlman own the club. But
in the city campaign three year ago tha
county campaigns of the falls of 1908. 1907
and 1M8, and the city campaign last
spring; the Jtmocrata steadfastly refused
to endorse a single candidate, though
many of the candidates were members of
the Jim club.
In the primary election to be held next
week the democrats hava put up opposing
candidates for only three offices county
commissioner from tha First district,
county Judge and police judge for Omaha.
Candidates for two of these offices have
been endorsed by the Jim club to the ex
clusion of the other candidate, heretofore
supposed to be as good democrats aa thoaa
who have been endorsed. Fred W. Anheuser
has been endorsed for polio judge and
George Mertens for county judge.
Anheaaer fop Police Jadge.
"Our club ha endorsed Anheuser for
police judge believing him to be the best
man." said Mayor Dahlman, "and Mertens
has also been endorsed by os for county
judge as being without a doubt tha strong
est candidate In the field."
Anheuser Is opposed by W. S. Shoe
maker, a member of- tha last legislature,
and by Frank Chrlstman. Shoemaker's
record at Lincoln did not stand him In
good stead with tha Jtma and Chrlstman
nas never considered by them.
But the endorsement of Mertens for
county judge aa against George Holmes
was a surprise. Holme waa the first
secretary of the Jim club, was secretary of
the democratic county committee last year
and has for years had an office with
John E. Reagan, the new democratic
county chairman, elected In tha place of
Boss Flynn, and ti. J. Plattl. Mertens,
on the other hand. Is a new man In the
city and county.
Nona of tha candidate for county com
missioner affiliates with the Jims and
therefor they have not tumbled over
themselves to offer any endorsement
for Lost Money
Loan Agent Accuse Their Manager
of Appropriating Five Hun
Andrew C. Anderson, manager for J. A.
Button Loan company, who filed suit
against The Bee for 110,000 for publishing
the story of how he claimed to have been
robbed of 1500, has been sued by Hutton
for this 600.
Anderson waa manager of the J. A. Hut
ton Loan company In the Paxton block
and was found on day In July after what
he asserted was an attack by robber. Five
hundred dollar waa missing from tha safe
and Anderson reported to the detectlvea
how he had been assaulted and gagged
while the, offloe waa rifled. The detectives
failed to find any evidence of theft and
when that fact waa printed In The Be to
gether with the statement that the alleged
robbery occurred just beor an examining
auditor of the company was to complete
hi work on Anderson's books, Anderson
brought a suit against The Be for $10,000,
alleging that the published article dam
aged his character.
A suit wa filed in county court Thursday
by tha J. A. Hutton company against An
derson for the 500 in question, which di
rectly accuse him of appropriating the
money. ' ...
Dickinson Given Leave to Bring
Action Against Owners of De
. fnnct Railroad.
C. T. Dickinson, receiver for the defunct
Nebraska Central railroad, haa received
permission from the court to bring suit
gainst tha stockholders for the liabilities
of tha oompany. . H. H. Bowea, attorney
for Judge Dickinson mad application on
the grounda that tha stockholders ar con
stitutionally liable for a proportionate
share of the company's debt and will bring
ult Immediately to recover In this man
ner. The liabilities of the company amount
to about 19.000 and lta assets from the re
cent sale of all Its property, tangible and
Imaginary, were 1218.
E. STUHT ANSWERS CHARGE
Wot Arreotea, aat Altered to Hot
Violated a City Balldlagr
The eaa against Ernest Stuht for alleged
violation of the city building ordinance waa
continued to permit the contractor In
charge of the work complained agalnat to
appear in police court. Mr. Stuht appeared
to answer the alleged complaint, which
charged him with illegal construction of a
chimney. He waa not arrested, a waa
Plaa Year Trip Now.
Take advantage of the low SO-day
summer tourist fares to New Tok City
New Jersey sea shore. New England and
Canadian resort in effect dally via the
MILWAUKEE oV 8T. PAUL
Folder and Information free. Let us ar
range all the detail of your trip.
City Ticket Offlo U34 Fernara street,
F. A, Nash. General Western Agent
CUSTER AIDS HOUSE OF HOPE
Old Settler at Callaway Giro Pony
Dalian for the Uoaao la
The old settlers of Callaway, Cnater
county, har contributed HO to th House
Rev. Charles W. B ridge mad an ad
dress to th old settlers at Callaway Tues
day and after hi speech he sat down,
saying: I want yvi folk to give ma
something to tak back to those old peo
ple.'" Th attendant cam fur ward aud
Store Closes 5 P. M. Until Sept. 1st Saturdays 10 P. M.
Every Department in BrandeU Stores Makes
EXTRAORDINARY OFFERS for
Every Piece Mentioned in This Ad is an Extra Special
Remnants of Embroideries
tin . lit l.h TrtAmv rl V V
ui iw aw latuvJ muaj, ju
A very fine quality of edgings, insertions, bands and gal
loonsworth up to 25c a yard in two big tn 4AA
ui ; xv
lots, Friday, at, yard
3c and 5 c
REMNANTS OF 10c
15c LACES, at. yard
Vals., torchons, imitation clunys and fancy wash la
ces insertings and bands of all kinds on bargain squares.
Remnants of Imported Wash Goods
Lengths Suitable for Skirts, Waists and Children's Dresses.
An Immense Variety of Patterns and Most Desirable
Friday at Exactly One-Half Price.
Flaxette the well-known dress fabric natural linen col
ored grounds neat designs dots and stripes
100 full bolts of this regular 18c fabric, at, yd.
Sea Island Nainsook Scotch and Chambray Fine linings and vast
Ginghams, most de
sirable of all ging
hams, at, yard
very fine would be
cheap at double the
sala price desirable
lengths, yard . .10
Bummer lawns, 1 bar
gain square lot as
long as they last, at,
per yard , . . . .2?
Ginghams for school
dresses, good pat
terns and colors
great, new lot, worth
12 He, In waist and
dress lengths, at, per
3-4 size Cotton Blank
ets gray, tan and
white. These double
bed blankets are
worth 60c, but slight
ly imperfect, at, per
Fancy white goods,
also very fine 36-inch
India linon remnants
values up to 20c
yard, at, yard 7Hc
lngs. Such goods
seldom sold In rem
nant lots, white and
colors, for all lining
purposes, worth up to
25c yd., at, yd 7V6
We will sell during
the forenoon only
all kinds small lots
of short ends cotton
Friday afternoon be
ginning at 1:30, 36
lnch muslin. Not
over 20 yards to a
customer. Plenty of
salespeople. No wait
ing, promptly at 1:30,
at, per yard 60
4 Remnant Specials in Linen Dept.
18c Toweling at 7 He yard Rem
nants Of linen finish huck towel
ing, 18 inches wide, in 1 to 10
yards lengths, yard 7f
$1.00 Bed Spreads at 69s Full
size crochet bed spreads Mar
seilles patterns, worth $1.00, at,
27-lnch Cotton Diaper, 69c bolt
ten yards In bolt twenty-seven
inches wide, worth one dollar,
at, bolt G9t
Absorbent Cotton Crash at 3 He
yard Remnants of cotton crash,
worth up to 8'&c 10 yards to
customer, yard 3H
If You Drink
do not wait until liquor has
broken down your health,
brought you to financial
ruin, driven away your
friends, destroyed your usefulness, broken up your home, lost you the
love and respect of your family, destroyed your own self-respect and
caused you to become a common, worthless, drunken outcast, but sit down
right now and think the matter over. Call to mind the men who ten or
twenty years ago were known as moderate drinkers. How many of them
can be considered such today? How many of them are worthless outcasts?
How many are in State Prisons? How many have gone to their last rest
ing place as a result of drink? Realize where drink is leading you and
see if you cannot make up your mind that it is best to Quit it at once If
you find that difficult, if you feel nervous and depressed, if everything in
this world is wrong, if you enjoy little or no restful sleep, have a poor and
capricious appetite, and find life without the accustomed stimulant is a
burden and devoid of comfort and pleasure; that you at times need and
must have a drink to overcome these terrible symptoms, you may under
stand that you are diseased. You have used alcoholic liquor until alcohol
has become a necessity to you. Your nerve cells will no longer perform
their functions properly and painlessly except when under its influence;
they therefore demand alcohol and you experience a feeling of necessity
for it. The cause of these symptoms is readily overcome and the craving
or appetite for liquor destroyed by the Keeley Treatment. This is conclu
sively proved by thirty years' experience and the cure of thousands.
Write now for full particulars. The only place in Omaha or vicinity
where the true Keeley Treatment is employed is
THE KEELEY INSTITUTE
Corner 2Bth and Cass Sta. Take Harney Street Car from either depot.
Means to buy htm a watch. We have aorae handsome
thin model, It slses, watches, ranging around 120 and
125. Spend a few minutes In our store and see them.
Look for the name.
S. W. Lindsay. Jeweler
isie Dotra&As rxut.
We. Close at o'Clock; Saturday at 10 P. M
Tuesdays at 1 P. M. During July and August.
I Friday Bargain Day
The August Clean-up Days Lend a Powerful Fore to the Friday Bar
gains. TWO-PIECE WASH SUITS AT HALF Yes, the pick of the stock, the
most effective mid-summer styles of linen and repp cleths in white
and colors. They have Just weight enough to make them extremely
desirable for wear right up to October.
$5.00 Suits . .82.50 I 7-5 Suits . . .83.98 I $12-60 Suits . .$.25
$6.95 Suits ..$3.48 I $10.00 Suits . .$5.00 $15.00 Suits ..$7.50
BILK MESS ALIKE DRESSES We shall put in the list of special Fri
day bargains our entire line of Dlain all silk messaline one-piece
dresses: also a few striped taffetas, the season's newest J
models worth 119.50: sizes 88 and 40 only at
LAWN KIMONOS AND 8ACQUES
These dainty cool house gar
ments are made of sheer lawns
in delicate floral ef-
effects and color
orings; also some
white lawns with
large variety, $1.00
and $1.25 value CENTS
UNDERMVSLINS Two excep
tionally strong Friday bargains
and new lots for the day:
Short Skirts, Corset Cover. Draw
ers, well made and finished,
daintily trimmed, ORn
50c values, at
Short Skirts, Corset Covers, Draw
era, table filled 'with handsome
76c and 89c garments, PCn
on sale, at
A Run on Corscls !:iu 89c
Take a run In Friday if you have a thought of a new corset. The gen
erous reduction on a fine line of summer models will make a day of
unusual activity in the department.
Batiste Corsets with high bust and medium long hip; also one style
with extreme long skirt for well developed figures are
featured. These are $1.25 and $1.50 models, offered
Birci i i
FOOD FOR w" end narrows mo
,v,uw ,utt who find their Dower t
NERVFf work and youthful vtgol
' gone aa a result of aver
work or mental ezertloa should take
Oltxrs NEHVK roOD FILLS. They wlU
make you eat and sleep and. be a laaa
fl Boa S tores S3-SO fey aaafl.
CXXKMAJT a lloOQarMXU DlvS OQ
Oor. lets n Dodge Street.
OWL DlUe OOMCTAJST,
cor. lata aa Larar SMa. Osaaaa.
TRIUMPH BOTTLED BEER
i am . M f
ioe amaous amnvi ortw s
It is jo pure and of euch
exijuisile flavor you will 1
Deiniorewun uirorn i i
the first glut
HADE IN OMAHA
laid their subscription on a plat and
the amounted to ttt.
Mr. Bavlde made two addressee, one
In tha afternoon and on in th evenlnu,
and in all he talked ninety minute. He
waa given lust 11 a minute, t&O (or him
self and HO for th Houe of Hope.
la ta Skopplac
i.iKUf . . -
buy trouble, but a genuine quarter buys
Dr. King's New Life Pills; for constipation,
malaria and Jaundice. Bold by Beaton
Uta aad Moo,
Kani&t City. Mo
ra th Tavplaf XMatrtvfc
Hear all the aeta.
OO Beaatliul Uovms.
100 anet stka.
hat aad oolk watee la aa nm
Spacious lehky, pollers.
Telepaoa La every reesa.
eauuiai Cafe, grtei Colata
SI to $2.50 Per Day
KUPPER-BENSO!. HOTEL CO.
. A XaOK, leg.
jo one style W.
Great Remnant Sale
Hundreds of choice lengths, domestic, sheetings, muslins, calicoes
lngs, shakers, sllkolines and cretonnes on table, rear
Friday, at OXE-FOURTH AND ONE-HALF
HUCK TOWELS 100
dozen, hemmed tow
els 18x34 heavy
12 c quality at,
TABLE LINEN Full
bleached, 80 inch
four neat patterns
our 25 cent quality,
at, each . . . .17
Union linen toweling
with red border
worth 10 cents, Fri
day, at, yard . .QM$
If you are putting up fruit these
items may be of interest:
Jelly Tumblers, with or without tops.
Friday only, per dozen ISO
Fruit Jar Rubbers, extra heavy, red
or white, 3 dozen for 85o
Caps for Mason Jars, porcelain lined,
per dozen 18o
Mason Fruit Jars, first quality, no
seconds, pints, dosen 40o
Quarts, per dozen SOo
One-half gallon, dosen 65o
One large lot miscellaneous cooking
utensils, values up to $1.00 each,
on sale Friday, at . ...lOo, ISO, 99o
$1.60 Oarbage Cans, now Bo
11.76 Oarbage Cans, (16 gal.) tl-sS
Elite Blue Japanned Sink Strainer,
25c kind, for 16e
Wilson Bread Toaster, 25c regularly,
Just a few left, any green door 8o
Any Fancy Door for $1.85
$1.85 B. O. E. Sad Irona for ...,98o
Don't Miss the Phenomenal Bargains From
THE COUNCIL BLUFFS STOCK On Sale Saturday
See Window Displays. Watch Friday Evening Papers.
THE RELIABLE STORE
Friday in Remnant Day in
Our Famous Domestic Room
A carload of New Fall Mill Lengths of the finest export cotton goods made.
all new styles. Flannelettes, Outing Flannels. Muslins, India I.lnons, Per
sian Lawns, Long Cloths, 40-in. Lawns. Mercerlred White Goods. Poplins.
Pongees, etc., Silk and Mercerised Wash Fabrics, Toweling and all kinds
of Goods worth up to 60c yard, in six lots:
LOT 1 3Vic I L0T3........7V.C LOT 5... 10c
LOT 2 5c I LOT 4 8V2C LOT 6 13V.C
Six other Extra Specials not mentioned here.
Four Magnificent Silk Bargains Friday
Remnants of Plain and Fancy
Silks in lengths up to 15 yards,
regular values to 75c yard, at,
per yard 15c
$1.50 Black Taffeta, oil boiled,
natural finish, yarn dyed, 36
inches wide, on sale Friday, at,
per yard $1.00
Natural Pongee, all silk, regular
85c quality, just five pieces in
this lot, on sale Friday, at, per
White Jap Silks, 36 inches wide,
a great snap in Friday's sale,
regular 59 cent value, at, per
$,,t CQUIJCIL BLUFFS STOCK KfiJ
Short Lengths of High
Grade Wool Dress Goods
In Our Famous Dome tic Room.
Broadcloths from $1.00 to $3.00 a
yard, Henriettas, Serges, Panamas,
Tailor Suitings, Voiles, Zebellns, Chev
iots, and all weaves of the new goods,
LOT 2... 25c
LOT 3... 39c
Once More Barefoot Sandals 50c
The unprecedented demand for the last lot of children's Sandals caused
us to wire our order for another shipment. They are here, pv
now and on sale, Friday, all sizes up to 2; for boys tilll
and girls, at, pair WW
MEN'S WHJtE AND GRAY CANVAS OXFORDS A clean up sale of
these hot weather shoes. They are the $1.60 kinds, with Qfin
solid leather soles, for JOL
Book Buyers; Attention!
A Friday Book Sale Foil of Promise for Every Book Lover
A gTeat purchase of a thousand or more volumes secured from Fleming,
Revell & Co., and the American News Co., by our buyer while in New
York last week. The lot embraces a miscellaneous collection of re
ligious books, fiction, encyclopedia and other standard books; some
are slightly Imperfect. Regular retail prices t ( f Q. C
up to $3.00. On three tables at IUC-IC-JC
A great bargain day attraction. Every book buyer should see these lota.
Bedspreads, Sheets, Towels
Remnants of Linens, Muslins, Tawel
lngs, etc., at most surprising bargain
prices: DON'T MISS THESE SNAPS:
Linens . . . .25c 39c 49c 59c
Toweling 3yac 5c 7V2c 10c
Bedspreads . ,59c 69c $1.00
20c Embroideries 5c
From the fine Bahy Sets to the
7 and 8 inch Edges, all qualities,
e 1 4 4-l 1
Kwiss, .NamsooK ana amonc.
Don't miss them.
15c Laces 5c
Vals, Torchons, Zion City,
Nottinghams, Plat Vals, Cluny
and Elyria Laces, all at the same
Week End Grocery Inducements
Items listed on sale balance of week.
1,000 dozen strictly fresh eg-RS, Just In from country,
260 ana su stamps
Golden Coffee, lb,
Capitol Coffes, lb. 28c and SO stamps
Challenge Coffee, lb. 18c and 10 st'ps
Teas, assorted, lb. 68c and 71 stamps
Tea Bif tines, lb. 15c and 10 stamps
Full Cream cheese, pound 20c
Brick Cheese, per pound 20o
Roquefort Cheese, pound 40c
Bennett's Frlde Plour,
and 40 stamps.
and 10 stamps.
Bayles' Boned Herring, In jars
No. 1 sise 10c and 10 stamps
No. 2 slse 16c and 20 stamps
Purs Honey, Mason pint Jar ...,26o
and 26 stamps.
Olives, Mason quart Jar SOo
and 80 stamps.
Diamond C Soap, 10 bars tSo
Mexican Chill' Beans, lb o
12c Seedless Sultanas, I lbs. for 26o
80c Best We Have Cherries for 20o
Oil Sardines, per can 4c
Alaska Salmon, choice, 2 cans ..26c
Capitol Baking; powder, lb. can 24c
and 20 stamps.
Bennett's Capitol Extracts 18c
and 20 stamps.
Hippo Washing Powder, pkg-s. 26e
and 20 stamps.
Iten's Soda Crackers, 8 pkg-. for lta
and 10 stamps.
Iten's Graham Crackers, for lOo
and 10 stamps.
Veal, Ham and Beef Loaf, can ..10o
and 5 stamps.
Armour's Chipped Beef, Jar 24o
and 10 stamps.
Ice Cream Powder, X for 25a
and 10 stamps.
Ice Cold Buttermilk served free in Buter Dept. Saturday.
Tiere land la cheap, to-wns ar new and
opportunities are exceptionally good for
farming or business.
See the Pacific Northwest country for
yourself. Take advantage of the
LOW HOMESEEKERR'S FARES
Extra Specials in
Roman Striped Couch Cover, 60 Inches
wide, different patterns' and colors,
same on both sides, fringed all
around, special at 9S
Tapestry Table Covers, all Ue and
colors, worth up to $5.00, Friday,
at 59 08 81.98 "d 83.50
Embroidered Swiss, several patterns,
some 40 inches wide, worth up to
39c, in one lot Friday, at yd. 15
$1.60 Nottingham Lace Curtains, 3
yards long, new .patterns, white or
ecru, Friday, pair 98
All remnants of silks, nets, madras
and Swisses at JUST HALF PJUCE
Interesting Friday Specials
$1.60 Hand Bags at . . 49
76c Silk Elastic Belts 25
Gold Eye Needles, per pkg 1
25c Post Card Albums 10
200-yard Machine Thread . ...1W
Finest Black Darning Cotton .... 1
Pearl Buttons, per dozen 1
10c Fine Combs, each 5
Odd lots Embroideries, yard . .2
Fancy Val Laces, yard .......... 1
Big Job Ribbons, yard 2
Children's Handkerchiefs 1
15c Dressing Combs, each 5
Men's and Ladies' Furnishing Specials
VALUES YOU WILL MXD IT HARD TO DUPLICATE
Men's and Boys' Shirt- Sereral hun
dred dozen of them, mostly sort col
lar styles, all sizes, 60c and 76c val
ues, on sale 29
Men's Summer Underwear Values to
75c garment, maco cotton, porous
knit, etc., shirts or drawers ..25
9:80 TO 10:80 A. M.
Men's and Ladles' Um
brellas, worth 69c; on
sale Friday, at
8:80 TO 9:80 A. M.
Mnslln Gowns, Skirts,
Chemises, Corset Cor
era, etc., values to
$1.50. at 69
Men's Union Salts Lisle, Egyptian
cotton, porous knit, etc., to $1.00
values, sale price -49
Men's, Women's and Children's Hose
Black, tans, fancies, embroidered,, etc.
Made to sell at 15c and' 19c, on sale
Friday, pair ; 5
10:30 TO 11:80 A. M.
Ladles' MnsUn Drawers
and Corset Covers that
sold to 75C Friday,
See 16th Street Windows for Bargains From the Council
Rlnffa Stock, on Sale Saturday. Avurust 14th. -
READ THIS FOR FRIDAY IN GROCERIES '
It's Havden's First for Quality, Freshest Goods and Lowest Prices
J - . . T l -ftBkl.' Putt.. IK
20 pounds best Purs Can uranui&iea
Sugar for .,
4S pound sack Best High Patent Flour,
made from old wheath and every sack
guaranteed, per sack 1.60
10 pound sacks best white or yellow
Cornmeal, for l6c
6 pounds best Hand Picked Navy Beans,
( pounds choice Japan Rice for ...,2 6c
7 pounds best Rolled Oatmeal for 26c
Large bottles Pure Tomatoe Cstsup.
Worcester Sauce or Pickles, assorted
kinds, for 8H
lb. cans Golden Pumpkin, Hominy, or
Baked Beans for 7 He
Tail cans Alaska Salmon 12 He
011 or Mustard Sardines, per can ....4c
The best Domestic Macaroni, pkg. Sc
The best Soda Crackers, per pound . . c
The best crisp Pretests, or Ginger Snaps,
per pound j
The ,best Corn Starch, per pkg
10 bars best brands Laundry Boap for 26o
Batter, Cheese aad IMokle Sale
The best Fancy Ne. 1 Creamery Butter,
per pound lc
The best Fancy No. 1 Country Butter.
per pound 24c
The bost Dairy Table Butter,
The best Full Cream white
Cheese, per pouna . .
Dill Pickles, per dosen ......
Fancy Chow Chow, per quart
F-sncv Bour Pickles, per auart
Fancy Nudget Sweet Pickles, quart
Fancy Queen Olives, per quart
Fancy Cooking Apples, per peck ....
Fancy Sweet Corn, per dosen
hunches Fresh Radishes . I .. . .. .
t bunches fresh Onions ............... So
4 bunches fresh Carrots or Beets ...... 6c
1 heads fresh Cabbage to
5 bunches fresh Parsley 6o
6 Summer Squash for , . . 6o
Fancy Wax or Oreen Beans, per lb. ..I Ho
Egg Plant, each 6c and 1 He
2 heads fresh Celery to
Fresh Peas, per quart 6o
reaokaa Peaches . readies
Large crates extra fancy , Elbert a
Peaches, for 11.10
Large crates extra Tallow Crawford
Freestone Peaches, for .6o
Large baskets, extra fancy Arkansas
Elbert a Peaches, from 1 to I dosea In
a basket, per basket 26o
TRY llAYDECrs FIRST
Every First and Third Tuesday of Each Month During 1909
Electric Block Signals all tite way
The Safe Road to Travel.
Ask about tha Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition
at Seattle, Waah.. this year.
For full Information Inquire of
CITY TICKET OFFICE. 1324 FARNAM STREET.
Pbonea: Bell, Douglaa 1828 and Independent, A -823 1.
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Are You a Doubling Thomas?
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what paper has the best circulation, as an evidence of
the prestige and high standing of the Bee.with the men
of Omaha who know their business the management of
this paper humbly offers the following as a discriminat
The followingad appeared in the ""Want Columns"
of The Bee under the head of "Live Stock for Sale"
for one month at a cost of $4.50.
This ad brought $1,200.00 worth of new business
to the advertiser.
tOCOND-lUNO landaus. broughams,
rocksways, hearses, surreys and buslnesa
wagons. A. J. Blmpooa Son. U0 Lodge
T17"Lr O Results extraordinary are obtained
YV II y through The Bee's "Want Column."
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