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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1909)
TIIE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, "OCTOBER 10. 1000.
A GREAT SALE of
Women's, Misses and Children's
Brandeis Is Sole Agent for
Vests, pants and union suits
all sizes, Immense variety of
styles to select- C ft f rt C9
from, garment . .alvL 1U vu
Misses and Children's
VESTS and PANTS
Fine, soft, fleecy lined and
ribbed . . 15c-25c
Children's and Boys
UNION SUITS at 49c
Medium and ' heavy weight
i fleecy lined all sizes, up to
' 14 years, worth up AQn
to 76c suit, at .1JC
ww VUivM 0 aft eAW AUIW W V4
TTMTnxr QTTTTct Women's Long Sleeved
UNION SUITS CORSET COVERS
'."SrZZifii- Fine ribbed,.all sizes, worth
worth up to 7 Be, at 35c, at . . 19C
WOMEN'S FINE RIBBED UNION UNDERWEAR
Helvetia, Munsing and Sterling makes fine cotton, wool
and mercerized 'lisle. '. . .98c, $1.50 and $2.08
KID GLOVE SALE
Two-clasp Kid Gloves tan,
mode, gray, brown, black
and white ; bargain A n
Women's 2-clasp kid gloves, all
the newest shades of tan, brown
red, green,' blue, also black and
white, regular tft (T5Q
eounter, at f - vp
Women's, Children's and Boys' Scotch Gloves Black,
rea, navy, gray, Drown ana wnite, worth up to
50c a pair, at, pair
should come from here.
There are no uncertainties
about our wearing apparel.
They are America's best ef
forts and embody every de
sirable feature of modern
clothes building. The great
success of this store is attrib
uted to just such suit and
overcoat values as we offer
SPECIAL SALE OF HOSIERY
Women's and men's Im
ported hosiery, fine
cotton and lisle thread
silk embroidered boot
patterns,' allover lace
and laoe boot; black,
tau or ' fancy 50c
Women's, men's and
children's fine cot
ton hose, also child
ren's fine and heavy
ribbed, fast black
school hose; spliced
W,o m e n s pure
thread silk hose
plain white or light
double heel and
toes, q p
Men's Fall Shoes
The Best Values Ever Offered In Omaha
The best fitting, best looking and best wearing ff
shoes that ever, sold in Omaha, for iiJU
Newest styles in men's shoes shapes that give comfort
shoes that give perfect satisfaction fl m C f
all new styles $J S T
Snappy shoes for men gun metal, storm calf; in T C
tan, black and patent leather lace or button. . .;. .Pr
Bet Hoys' School Shoes In Omaha.
I sm I i SEffSnSB
1519-1521 Douglas St.
. counter 9
in iw-- j-,
Saturday's Great Specials '
In Omaha's Foremost Grocery
There's class to tho styles,
highest quality of fabric and tail
oring, perfect fit and general all
nrouud satisfaction in every one
of the Hart Schaffner & Marx
Suits and Overcoats.
$18.00 to $37.50. $15.00 to $40.00.
To set a really good table at a moderate price there is Just one
satisfactory place to buy COURTNEY'S.
New liaising, etc., etc.
1,000 lbs. new seeded raisins, lb fc
Fancy bleached Sultana Raisins,
per lb IT He
Oc layer raisins 20c
Dates, at, per lb 10c
2,000-lbs. new seven crown figs.
per lb 20c
Figs, in baskets, each 20c
Pt. Dot. Maraschino cherries. 35c
Qt. bot. Maraschino cherries .OTic
New evaporated peaches, fancy, lb.
at 1 Oc
Fancy Jonathan apples, bu. $1.50
Home gr.own sweet potatoes, per
Head lettuce, per head, 5o and 10c
New York cream cheese, lb. . .2,"5c
Domestic Swiss cheese, per lb. 30c
Imported Swiss cheese, per lb. 35c
Country eggs, per doz 24c
6 lb. sack now pancake flour. .25c
10-Ib. sick buckwheat flour . .45c
12-lb. sack Purina wheat flour 05c
EOc can Shilling baking pwdr. 23c
Imported Castile soap, cake ..15c
Angel food taffy (our own makes)
vanilla, strawberry, chocolate and
molasses flavors, Saturday spe
cial, at, per lb 15c
Hornby's Fruit tablets, regular
, price. per lb. 40c, Saturday 25c
A Choice fall lamb legs, lb. . .12 He
Lamb shoulder roast, lb. .'. .'.6Hc
H ' Rib or loin lamb chops, lb. 22 He
j Shoulder lamb chops, lb 10c
"A Fresh work hams, lb .15c
Fresh pork shoulders, lb . . . 12Hc
Fresh pork, etde pork, lb 13c
Courtney's sausage, 3 lbs. ...25c
Courtney's pure pig pork sausage,
per lb 25c
IN CUT FLOWER DEPT.
Large Boston Ferns act 29c Ech
Fresh growing plants in large pots actually worth 75c
hundreds to select from Saturday special, at, OQl
Large America.!. Beauties. 10c Ea..
These are regularly worth 25o each
, Yellow, pink and white for the foot ball game low
est prices Saturday. 1
NEXT MONDAY THE GREATEST SALE OF
EVER HELD IN OMAHA
An Eastern Manufacturer's Entire Stock,
Bought at a Tremendous Sacrifice.
SEE THE WINDOW DISPLAYS ON DOUGLAS ST.
The Biggest Lace Curtain Bargains Ever Offered.
Watch Sunday Papers for Particulars.
Saturday Is boys' day at
Do not be satisfied with
the "good enough" kind
get -the' real shoe made for
hard wear that a good, live
boy will give them. .
If our kind of boys' shoes
cost a trifle more than the
common' kind you will find
them worth more than the
We guarantee every pair of
our boys' shoes to be satis
factory to the boy and the
1 to BH
Little GenU' Si
10H to 13.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnan Street.
Omaha Second in
Receipts of Corn
Surpaued for the Month of August
bj No City in Country Ex
The Omaha grain market standi second
only to Chicago In the recelpta .of corn for
the month of August, according to the
government report, which- is Just out
- Chicago received 1,715,600 bushels and
Omaha l.Xtt.100 bushels. - Omaha la also
second la corn receipts for the first eight
months of the year, the amount being U.-
87 100. Chicago ' leads wlrh 66.Hlg.1S)
bun dels. ',
Omaha also stands fifth In the receipts of
wheat for August and for the eight months
ending September t and"U'a!xfh In the
receipt of oats for the first eight months
of tha year.
The local market takes fifth place In tha
receipt of all grains bulb for August and
far ilia tul eight months of tha year.
The receipts in August were 4,565,100 bush
els, and for the first eight month 30,078,500
bushels. Chicago' stands first. St. Louis
second, Kansas City third and Minneapolis
Remarkable cures have been made
Chamberlain' Cough Kemedy.
Whenever you want
something call '."bona
Douglas 238 and make
It known thrcugo
v Be Want Ad.
Mrs. Clarke McGrew, 161J Pinkney street,
frame dwelling. 12,476; Joseph Hoska,
I-ocuHt street, between Seventeenth and
Hlghieenth streets, double brick dwelling.
$u.&; George A. Lee, SiOO Lincoln boule
vard, addition to dwelling, IL.WU; Charles
H. Broun. 1117 Douglas street, brick store,
$1,000; frank Kiifcs, Seventh end Hickory
streets, frame dwelling, fl.SOu; Cora K.
Curtis, Twenty-second and Karnam streets,
brick store, $2.0u0; Mrs. Jennie Kruger, 41U
Cuming street, frame dwelling. 2.&u0; E. J.
Kiddle, 214 North Eighteenth street, frame
dwelling, ti.tou; M. J. Cain, 2&T7 Brown
street, frame dwelling, tl.5U; Hastings A
lieyden. lS"i Pinkney . street, frame dwell
ing. (2,500; Hastings A Hrydvn, UxJ6 Pinkney
street, frame dwelling, t2,Su).
, A Break far Llkerr
from stomach, liver, and kidney trouble la
made when a c box of Dr. King's New
Life mils Is bought. Sold by Beauta Prug
Tail's Dental Rooms
G. A. LII1QUEST CO.
3S- raxtoa Bleok
have a good assortment of woolens for
Fall and Winter wear. Give them a call
before getting your suit or overcoat.
onr tuinra hitli riuu ibt
onirOUU'l lht truil. Aimu
uiJ rjtock Urowlng Section. Kich.
ueep soil Irrigated. Easy Payment...
Write for booklet. xamiOATES IVaJIO
CO. Crocker Bldg. Baa rraudarr
Pure Old Whiskies
Kvery home Is Incomplete without a bottle of , good Whiskey or Brandy
for use In cane of sickness. Many a long and serious Illness r.as oeen cnecKea
by the prompt and Judicious use of a little pure liquor. Are you prepared
for aa emergency f
n tc DYF
Hi'bk(M run quart si. uu
"w.J Hllnn ... S3. fill
Hiller Liquor Co.
13O0 Farnam St.
We ship four quarts prepaid.
Prompt City DeUTerls.
- - quart 7
years old, or
Bottled in Bond
Bend for our price list.
THE RELIABLE STORZ
Is the home of the best all ready-to-wear
clothes, nnd we've a
magnificent line to show you this
TWO BIO SPECIALS
1,200 Suits and 800 Overcoats
Big special purchase garments
made to sell at $20.00 and
$25.00; on sale Satur
day and Monday, at. .
Crrl(kt 1909 by Ktn sckafher It Mara
900 Suits and 400 Overcoats
Season's newest styles; choice
fabrics and patterns, made to
sell at $18.00;
choice. . .. .
Our personal guaran
tee stands behind every
garment we sell. Means
something to you.
The greatest stock of Top Coats and Rain Coats ever shown
in Omaha best assortment and values, at $7.50 to 35
' See'the "Muto" and "Four-in-One" Coats practical
novelties that will delight you.
- TWO MATCHLESS BOYS' SUIT SPECIALS
Boys' Suits, worth $6.00 and
50 to 200 Pieces
OF HIGH CLASS
in book form, at per book
32c and 43c
(Restricted to Saturday only)
lUpom buying; 8,000 copies of tha publishers we have oeen (-ranted
"oae-day" privileg-a to "cut" the prloa of Hlnda. Hoble Eldrldg-er 'Pop
nlar Books of Muilo." Tomorrow w will eU at 32o per book uch a
oeUant title as "Moat Popular national Bong-a." "Most Popular Oolleg-a
lou,,' "Ql.e Club Bong-a" and "Mala Qnartetta Bongs." Tbesa books have
lnyarlably sold at 60o per copy tomorrow's prloa oug-bt to seU hundreds
Tha regular 7Eo books will ba 43o each tomorrow, and Include "Most
popular Piano Plaaes," "Most Popular Duets," "Operas," "Children's Piano
Places," i'Dance Police "Tlolln Pieces," "Piute Solos," "Cornet Bolos."
"Cello Bolos" and "Piano Znstruoters."
Teachers, students, slng-ers and. U fact, aU music ios can not well
afford to let this opportunity slip by. Think of It 80 to 800 pieces la
book form at merely 32o and 43c per book.
A. MOSPE CO.
Boys' Suits, worth'$4.50, all
sizes', extra pair "of pants
with each 6uit; 500 in the
lot; Saturday, at. '.'.$2.05
$6.50, extra pair of pantja
475 suits in the lot for selec?
tion, at $4.05
Men's Pants, $3.50 to $5.00 Values, at $2.95800 garments
in 'the' lot, "including all the corduroy pants with leather
cuffs, $4.50 values. Don't fail to see these grand bargain
offerings," at $2.05
Don't Forget Try llayden's First it Pays
Hope you win, Nebraska! If you don't we'll have you
skinned, for we have never lost a match. At least in the
game of goods and prices Hayden Bros.' Meat Department
doesn't know what defeat means. Will show you at any time.
Spring Chicken 18c
Sirloin Steak 10c
Round Steak, S lbs. for ....25c
Shoulder Steak, 4 lbs. for ... .25c
Boneless Rib Roast 10c
Veal Steak 12Hc
Veal Chops 12 He and 10c
Mutton Legs 7c
Mutton SWw, 6 lbs 25c
Mutton Roast, 4 lbs 25c
Mutton Chops. 3 lbs 25c
Hind-quarter lamb ioc
Fore quarter lamb ,.7c
Veal Stew, 5 lbs 25o
Veal Roast 10c, 8c and Oc
The Great Queen Steel Range
1513 Douglas Street
We take the ereatest care In
providing boys shoes that are
formed to fit growing feet.
An 111 fitting shoe for a boy
means poor service, and Injury to
Lis feet as well.'
Boys' shoes of several sturdy
and choice leathers.
Natural shaped lasts broad,
and substantial heels; splendid
shoeroaking In every detail.
Button. Lace or Blucher style.
$2, $2.50 or $3
Bring in the boy and let us do
the fitting and there will be no
boy shoe troubles in your home
FRY SHOE CO.,
THE SHOERS , 1
16th and Douglas Sts.l
The Wonderful Wat en of Colfax
Come to Colfax. Let theae great
waters cure you.
The curative effects of these
great mineral watera are remark
kble in the extreme. The old M. C
and Murlo Spring watera have an
immediate cathartic and diuretic
action and are conceded to be equal
If not superior to the great foreign
Colfax Water Cures Khenmatlsm
These wonderful Maters are oa-
aetsou or a remurrfiMu n.eaicluul
value and are a voti'lerful cure for
all rorms or Boeatnausm, uoestty,
constipation, and Kidney and Blad.
The New Hotel Colfax .
haa been built at theae world fam
ous springs. The accomodations
are uusurpased. A great feature
of the hotel Is its magnificent
baths. Besides the Mineral Water
Cure In all Its forms there are tho
Klectrlc, the Turkish and tha Nau
heim tiyatem Buths.
Bales Ameriuii rlsa. J sir eayaa sa
Colfax Is on the main line of tha
Cock island Line, 23 miles eaet of
les Moines. nouny iiiieruroan
..rvlre between Lies Moines ar.d
Colfax. Take electrlo car direct
from depot to iejlel.
i Write for illustrated booklet. (7)
We hare sold the Queen Steel Range
in Omaha fifteen years. It has been
time tried and fire tested. It has made
tho reputation of being one of the long
est lasting steel ranges on the Ameri
can market. It has made the reputation
of being one of the finest working
teel ranges on the American manrtet.
Several ' thousand Omaha housevTmss
who are using them will say that we
don't exaggerate anything when we
make the above assertion. We sell the
six hole with high closet and eighteen
inch oven size for $45.00; $5.00 down
and $6.00 per month, or $40.00 cash.
You can't buy its equal anywhere for
that price. If we sold It through can
vassers and traded in old stoves we
would have to raise the price $10.00;
$5.00 to pay the canvassers commis
sion and $5.00 to pay for the old stove.
If we put in a $5.00 to $10.00 set of
trimmings with the range we would
have to raise the price that much to
pay for the trimmings. People who buy
of us are too intelligent to be caught
on schemes Imposed on the sucker element. Mr. Clark, for many years de
partment foreman for the Haarman Vinegar works, recently resigned to take
a similar position at Seattle, Wash. Before leaving Omaha Mr. Clark called
at our store, while going by, and this is what he said: "That Queen Range I
bought of you seven years ago for $40.00 I Just sold for $25.00, and, that, to
people who knew how long we had used it. The reason they bought It la bo
cause they knew what a fine range it Is. It Is as good as new, and has not
needed one cent's worth of repairs. People who buy stove of us are people
who have either bought of us before or know what kind of stoves we sell.
They are people who don't want to take chances knowing that one takes
desperate chances buying stoves at tho right price and quality.
THE STOETM STOVE CO.
714 South Sixteenth Street
-em a, .
IRK ABD JACBSOH
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