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THK-HKK: OMAHA. FRIDAY, APRIL 8. 1010.
TflREE TO FEDERAL PRISON
Men Who Victimized Graham and
Extortionist Are Sentenced.
ALL ENTER PLEAS OF GUILTY
llntthard and lllt-hardsuB 4iet tear
and )ir, While Paaqaale HI
Krrtt Thirteen Moataa Tm
Herbert T. Richardson and Charles D.
Hubhard, charfc-ed with lining the mail in
tua 'miking" of tieoige Graham out of 1150,
and Mazzeo rasquale, an Jtalian charged
with using ths maili for extortion, were
t-cntenccd to terms In prison by Judge
Munger In United States cou:t. All of the
Indicted men entered pleas of guilty.
The Indictment against these men in
cluded two of the four which have been
i (-turned by the grand Jury this term. Two
of the indictments have not been made pub
lic because the accused persona are yet at
Itlchardaon and Hubbard were charged
in the Indictment with using the Vnited
state malls for conspiracy to defraud. The
Hpecific charge agaln.t the two men was
for conspiracy to defraud George Graham
out of I1M several weeks ago, by agreeing
lti furnish him with employment at a big
Malaiy, using the mails In fulherance of
1helr scheme. Graham, after advancing $150
became suspicious of the pair a.id succeeded
In s'urlng their arrest Just as they were
nhout leaving the city.
Karl, 4.e(s a Vrar and a Dar.
Kiohardson and Hubbard were arra.ino.ea
before Judge W. H Munger Wednesday
evening and were sentenced at once to one
ear and one day In the federal penitentiary
The other Indictment wa against Pa
uuale Mazzeo. or Mazzeo Pasuuale, alias
Stefano ' Marano, the Italian, w ho wrote
inn letters to an Italian merchant named
11 Papa of Geneva, N. Y.. demanding
from him first $40, and failing In securing
that demand wrote) a second letter raising
bis demand to $100. with the threat to
dynamite, his home and assassinate his
family If the Utter demand was not com
piled with. The letters wer, written f rom i
Omaha, i'assquale was traced to Denver
and arrested there by the United States
authorities on complaint of H. E. Randall,
poatofflce Inspector In the Omaha district,
who worked up the case, l'asquale was
brought to Omaha and bound over to the
federal grand Jury about six wet-ks ago
by I nlted states Commissioner Anderson.
He entered a plea of guilty to writing the
letters, but claimed In extenuation that he
did not know what he was doing, and that
lie had been driven to desperation through
lirlvatlon ,and the suffering of relatives
horn n had to cure for.
Wasted to Ua at Onre,
He entered a plea of guilty to the Indict
ment before Judge W. II. Munger Thurs
day morning and expressed the wish to
enter up his sentence at once. Ills plead
ing was made through an Interpreter, in
which he expressed the belief that he
would get at least a twtity-year sentence
if not life. He shed a few tears over his
predicament, but when Judge Munger fixed
his sentenoe at only $100 fine and thirteen
months In the federal prison at Leaven
worth he wept for Joy over the lightness
of his sentence.
Demand for Fertilizer Drives Many
to Steal the Files of
Si reel foremen working for Street Cojn
missioner ' Klynn are reporting the disap
pearance f accumulations of city prop
erty In the shape of dirt gathered on the
lesldence streets by the cleaning gangs,
"It Is very valuable for top dressing in
gardens." explains Mr. Flynn, "and at
this particular time appears to be In good
demand, Ws miss many a p!!e !n the morn
ing when . we send our wagons after It,
but as yet we have not offered any reward
for the return of the sweepings."
The commissioner has lost, for the-time
being, the services of Officer Wooldrldge,
who has been ordered back to his regular
work of humane officer. Chief Donahue
la going to give the street commissioner
another policeman to keep up the work of
seeing that building, grading and sewer
contractors do not block the streets with
materials or litter them unnecessarily with
dirt. 1 "'
"It' Is a' strange thing," said the com
missioner, "that the- first day Wooldrldge
Is taken from me someone begins stealing
this carefully gathered material from the
streets. ' 1 call It mealing because the stuff
is taken' between quitting time In the
evening and daylight next morning. It In
hot stealing in the strict sense, and we
would -gladly give the dirt to anyone that
will take It off the streets. It they had
come after It some time ago the quantity
was seemingly Inexhaustible, but no such
good tuck could befall us."
Victim ot Train
Woman Crushed to Death at Dominion
Street . Crossing Found to Have
Been Mrs. Duhig.
The.' body of the woman found in a
mangled mass on the Dominion street cros
sing of the Burlington, Wednesday morn
ing, has been Identified by relatives as that
of Mrs. Albert A. Duhlg, Thirteenth and
Missouri avenue. 8he disappear. i Tues
Mrs. Uuhlg'a clothing furnished the only
poiltlve basis of Identification. She was so
crushed by the train that not a semblance
of form or feature rtMnalned.
Mrs. Duhlg left her home Tuesday after
noon to pick "greens" at some distance
away, in the vicinity pf the tracks. She
did not. return to her home and It was long
attr her failure to return that the mem
bers ot the family went to Coroner Crosby's
morgue, at Twenty-fourth and Seward
.treats to see the body which proved to be
Mrs. Duhlg was 47 years of age. She
leavea a husband and two daughters.
The ftaaad Sleep of 43 41 Health.
The restorative power ot sound sleep can
not be Over estimated and any ailment
that prevents it is a menace to health.
J. I Mouthers. Eau Claire, Wis., says:
"For a long time I have been unable to
sleep soundly nights, because ot pains
across my back and soreness of my kid
neys. My appetite was very poor and my
general condition was much, run down. I
have been taking Foley's Kidney Pills but
a short time and now sleep as saund as a
, rock, 1 at and enjoy my meals, and my
general condition is greatly Improved. I
ran' honestly recommend Foley's. Kidney
Pills as 1 know tbey tiavs cured ma." For
sale by all druggist
Monday Q i CL
I II I II I Illl
Mill End of Dress Goods
From the Gera Woolen Mills
Comprising every weave manufactured in their mills; the
pieces run lroni - to It) yards ot 4 to oU-inch materials.
You can find mo.st any thing
to your taste in this fine col
lection; goods worth to $2, yd,
ii 4j 10 ou-incn maieriais.
Remnants Foulard Silks at 49c Yard
'24 inches wide, in the twill and satin finish; medium and
dark grounds of navy, greys, greens, tan, old rose, wisteria,
old blues, white and black; ' price Friday ASf
per yard, at HtJ
Persian radiant silk Chiffon Cloth; Marquisette and silk
voiles; barred and checked patterns
per yard, at . '. ,
27-inch Natural Pongee; a
very special purchase; this
fine lot at half price per
yard, at .50c
25 pieces of our (i!)c white
Japanese Silk; full 27 inches
wide, yd 35c
Plain and Fancy Silk Rem
nants, Taffetas, Messalines,
Pongee Silk; plaid and
stripe pieces, each
oUc Poplins and Bengaline
Silks, corded Silks, etc., at,
per yard 25c
20c Embroidery Edgings, Insertions and Bead-
ings Remnants and Trial Strips, vard. . . .
Narrow and medium widths, worth up to 20c a yard.
Narrow Embroidery and Lace Edgings; iVial
strips, remnants and odd lots; all kinds, yard. . .
Fancy Wash and Trimming Laces and Insertions; A
all kinds, worth up to 25c, at, yd. IUC
Crochet, Venise and Cluny effects, Linen Torchons, Black Chan
tilly, etc.. Insertions, Appliques.
50c Wide Embroideries at 25c Yard
18 and 22-inch Fine Embroidered Flouncings, Skirtings,
Corset Cover Widths, Wide Insertions and Galloons; also
All Overs, worth up to 50c a yard per yard, J C
now at m?C
Bargains in Wash Goods for Friday
Basement ( Off ers Worthy of Special Attention
Sea Island Nainsook, Silky Lingerie, Soft Finished Long
Cloth and very line Muslins; all one yard wide;
desirable remnants on sale for the first time;
per yard, at
JllV. V -A-JW A I
Plain Colored Silk Remnants; black and all colors; various
kinds of the finest silks and velvets, on big bar- -gain
square, per yard, at I"C
Dress lengths of Printed Batistes
and tan colored Flaxette made
to sell at 10c a yard
at, per yard J2C
Chambray Ginghams, Scotch Ging
hams and the regular 12
nurse stripe Ginghams In
lengths for dresses, waists.
aprons, petticoats and children's
wear large assortment,
Gingham up to 25c
value, at, yard
i YVl il l. i )
lit ill I - 1 i it
SKW sr.MMKK STVIJ-: BOOK Jl ST I N
20S Including a Free Pattern.
It's Bargain Friday
These items proclaim it. Of all the week Friday at Ben
nett's holds on irresistible charm for all who love a good
Choice Dress Goods Remnants
K(n i 600 plsoss bsantlfnl nsw Spring- AA
fii)li J wht, shads and color, lnclud- I Af T
0S 2C lnd eram and black. Splendid I I I I
TK I all wool roods In 414 to 7 yard
Drummers' Samples Silk and Velvet pieces; black and col
ors; never before have we offered such a fine lot of these
useful black and colored silk pieces at such low
price; thousands of them, at, each
Light colored, yard wide Per
cale; think of it; short
length, but the 1214c grade,
for Friday, at, Zi
per yard 2C
Short remnants of mercerized pop
lins, Boiesette, pongee and French
The Most Remarkable Sale
of fine Lace Curtains ever known. ii
the west takes place next Monday mL11
This includes all the high grade lace curtains from the
stocks which we purchased at a great reduction. The bar
gains will be wonderful.
All the Drapery Yard Goods in our Purchase
go on Sale Tuesday. April 12
All the fancy and novelty drapery nets, all the drapery
madras by the yard, all the drapery swiss by the yard, all
the bobbinets, denims and draper' cretonnes at wonderful
S.e the Twelve Big Window Displays
BRAN DEIS STORES
Does Not Like Way the Market
Moves So Decides to Close
Claiming that the market is "all wrong''
and prices are on the downward run, i lie
firm of W. C. Floury company, commis
sion (rain merchants, with offices In the
Hrandels building;, suspendrd business
Thursday and will close Ita offices within
a few days.
"The report that we have none into
bankruptcy," said Mi. Fleury while dis
cussing tha firm's action, "is erroneous.
Ws are In iound financial condition and
every dollar that we owe. will be paid. We
have simply quit bualuess, suspended oper
ations, closed our shop, as any other busl-
nfss firm might do. The market Is all
wrong and prices are going down, so we
decided to quit.
"Our closing is not the reBult of any
speculations on the board by any member
of the firm. We suspend slmpl because
we didn't like the way the market is golnK.
I am not prepared to say anything about
our future plans, but I do not think that
we will start up again as grain merchant"
in this city. 1 don't know what we'll do,
but we aro not bankrupt and will pay
A Kortnaalo Teaaa.
K. W. (Joodloe, Pallas, Texas, found a
sure cure for malaria and blliousnesx In
Dr. King's New Life Fills. ?5c. For sale
by Beajon Drug Co.
Myrta O. Vest. 3810 Reward, frame, U.&ia);
A. H. Jensen, 4225 North Thirty-sixth ave
nue, frame. 2.iu0; II. H. Fish, 3 Wool
worth avenue, garage. $l.(KiO.
The Key to tha tftluatlon Use Want Ads.
pieces, rriday all at half
M INCH lH)X(iKKS Ten pieces and only
throe fihadea, Wistaria, Blue, and Cedar, the
$1.25 kind, to close, yard 29
fl.OO SILKS : A ttreat variety of weaves,
colors and patterns, silka Tor dresses, waists,
etc., plain, corded DengalineB. fancy l.ouis
Ines, plaid silks, hair line stripes, checks,
etc., all 85c and $1.00 quality, at 39
Tl'SSAII AM) NKt'O S1I.KS Hundreds of
pieces, plain and jacquard weaves in widest
assortment of colors to be seen in Omalia.
v ' very beautiful silky fabrics or extremely
light texture, launder like linen. Kegular retail values almost double
our prices 25t? and 39?
KMBKOIDKIUKS Matched Patterns, Edges, Insertions, 24 Inch Floun
cings, and odds and ends, worth to 39c, at 15t
X. LACKS German and French Vals, worth C0c per bolt of 12 yards,
our Friday price 35C
Plenty for every
body, best patterns,
too, Friday only, at
Friday Sale of Stylish Oxfords
80O PAIRS $:J.fiO AM) IM.50 KINDS AT $a,25
Here"s a big, clean cut. Inviting bargai i spet-lallly arranged to bring
more people to our Friday sales. No finer values are seen on season
able shoes. Are you going to be one to save $1.00 or $1.75 on a pur
chase of a pair. Here's what the line consists of-.
Tan Oxfords, Kunsian t'alf Oxfords, Dull Leather Oxfords, Chocolate
Kid Oxfords, l'atent Colt Oxfords, Vici Kid Oxfords.
We have all sizes in the lot, but not all sizes
in each Btyle. Women who wear small shoes
get exceptionally good picking.
This is a one day prop
ositon, so be here Fri
day morning, $3.50 and
$4.00 Oxfords, per pair
Remnants of Fancy White Goods
All the short pieces accumulated during the- past three months, culled
from the various lines, lengths of H4 yards, Friday sale V MMOB
EVOX TOWELS Size IBxJ3 Inches, perfect goods, rel borders, durable
S"c towels, at 6ViO
BEDSPREADS Marseilles pattern, size 81x86, very sightly, heavy and
and serviceable. SI. 26 vl,i. nt 890
CKETOHITB AND BII.KOI.IlfE For drapery, for comfort covering, pret
ty crinkled and printed effects, worth 19c for e4o
Friday Waist Bargains
A quantity, of white lawn waists
with Dutch " collars, lingerie
waists, black polkadot lawn and
white Swiss waists; on table at
WASH PKTT1COATS A fine line of summer garments, plain or stripe
ginghams with tailored flounce, cut wide and full and of uplen- CQr
did washable materials 1 f Jt
Eight Styles Gowns
New styles In muslin and cambric,
with high, square or round neck,
embrolderey or lace or plain
tucked trimming, excellent ma
terials and finish, 59c
$25 and 295 Tailored Suits at $19L
Take an early car and come Friday if you are In the market for a new
spring suit. It's the second day of the selling of a special lot our
buyer rushed out from New York. They are unmistakably the
handsomest women's suits of the spring season, at $19.50 again dem
onstratng the price-making power of Bennett's. . You'll recognize the
superb styles and tailoring and acknowledge them far superior to
any you have seen. All leading colors
corsets-Two Big Lots
39c audi 5
Champion Weed Pullers, 2oc val
ues, at . , . r4f
Mixing lUnvl.s 1, 2 and 3 quart,
white enamel, 2Sc values. .. lf
15c Mop Rags 7
2Dc Sink Strainer 104
29c Shoe Brushes 15?
29c Bristle Stove Brushes. . ,15
X-Kay Stove Polish J Or
4 0c Sleeve Irons 25
19c Bread Knives 10?
Iron Stan Holder 3
FRIDAY IS REMNANT DAY
THE RELIABLE STORE
Means a Sub
Friday in Our Famous Domestic Room
L"),X0 j imls of nil kinds of Wnsh (Jootls, Salmis, Prints, Port-ales
liulifl Linons, 40 in. Lawns, Sooteli Madras. Scoleh (linlianis,
Ponj;eos,Poplins, Ottanians, Shaker Flannel, Outing Flannel, and
in faet all kinds of Wnsh Hoods and White (foods, worth up 1t
'J.V a yard, in four lots, at, yard 5(? TVzl 10c l-VaC
AT :(M) A. M. We will place 2.000 yards of fine long remnants of all kind
of Wash Goods worth up to 12lic a yard, at, yard
KIIOM 10:00 TO 10:30 A. M. $2 Bedspreads for 8(itf
AT l::m 1. M. All kinds of Wa3h Goods worth up to U.c yard. lengths long
' enough to make a garment, at, yard '. 3?4C
AT a.SO P. M. All the remnants ot our high grade Wash lioJ!s, silk mlxc4
Goods, Pongees, Hough Shantungs, high grade Ginghams, and all kinds of
Wash Goods, up to 59c a yard, on sale, at, yard 1()
KKOM 3:00 TO .1:30 P. M. 72x90 Genuine Wanisutta Sheets, regular plica
$1.0."), slightly soiled on one corner, S sheets limit, at, each C(
Six other sales called on the floor.
Ladies' Kid and Lisle Gloves
Slightly soiled, values up to
75o, to elose, pair 10c
In the Domestic Room.
Men's, Ladies and Children's
Sample Hosiery, black- tuul
colors, worth to -)c, on sale,
at 7ViV, ipeand 12V2v
Manufacturers' Stock Sale Bargains
In the Domestic Room Suit Department.
TAILOR SUITS Several hundred of them that were made to
sell up to $120.00, all new spring styles, in four hip lots, matchless
bargains, at $10.00 $8.50 $7.50 and $5.00
LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS -All
new styles that would sell reg
ularly at $2.00, in Friday's sale
LADIES' KIMONOS--Thilt aro
fully worth $1, at. 0ir
WASH UNDERSKIRTS - That
at, choice S1.95I are worth $1, at, choice . '49c:
FANCY UNDERSKIRTS Worth to $L00, at ,95c
CHILDREN'S DRESSES The greatest lot of values ever shown
in Omaha, at 25 (' 49c 98c $1.25 to $2.50
All sizes in the lot from 1 to 14 years. See them.
Ladies' 15c Gauze Vests 9c
Ladies' 50c Union Suits, low
neck, lace trimmed knee,
Friday, at 25c
Ladies' Muslin Skirts, Gowns
and Combination Suits.worth
to $2, at ... .49c and.G9c
Corset Covers, worth to $1
nt 25c and 39c
SILKS SILKS SILKS
The most delightful values and assortments here Friday that
you'll find in any store in the land.
50c Colored Jap Silks, 27 inches26 inch Black Peau de Soie, $1.2.'
wide, at yard ......... .29c
89c Black Taffeta, .'36 ins. wide,
splendid bargain, nt 69t
'value, soft and lustrous. .85(3
75c Rough Pongees, 27 inches
wide, full line of colors, nt 39c
29c White Jap Silks, 20 inches wide, great values, nt 19c
85c and $1.00 Foulards, in beau
tiful new colorings nnd pat
terns, 50 pieces in the lot, at,
choice 58c and 69c
Plain and Fancy Silks, all choice
new weaves and colorings, reg
ular Values to $1.00 yard, on
sale, at 28c and 38c
Men's Work Shirts, that sell
for 75c and $1, choice . .49c
Men's Laundered Shirts, val
ues to $1.50, at 29c and 49c
Boys' Blouse Waists, 50c val
ues, in black and colors 25c
Children's 50c Quality Under
wear, Friday, nt 25c
Seldom does opportunity bring such a mighty saving.
Tlxink of It! Only 39c and 69c for choice of several hund
red dozen of popular make corsets. They are odds and
ends, broken lines, factory close-outs and discontinued
numbers from our regular stocks put out at phenomenal
prices to clear up. Complete line of Bizes In the assort
'ment. Some late styles Included. Hundreds will come for
these extraordinary bargains. They'll go fast. Pays to be
Friday Bargain Day Clearing
Thomas' colored Enamels, in 14.
Vi and 1-pint cans, worth 15c to
oOc, at 5
Top Shine Kurniture Polish, 250
IIoufe Paint Odds and ends
Qt. 15 Mi gal. 254?- gal- 50C
Black Urlstle Varnish Brush.. 5
Shinite Floor Stains, to close out,
t and 1 pint cans J
Sample Free White enamel and
stove pipe enamel.
High Grade Vool Dress
300 patterns of the finest all wool
Dress Goods 45 Inch, 60 inch and 54
nch, from our high grade Wool
stock In Domestic Room, worth from
$1.50 to $2.98 a yard, on sale, at
one price, yard 480
Another lot of Wool Dress Goods, at,
yard 15 19 S5 38 48
1,500 yards of remnantB of all kinds
of Linens, worth up to $1.60 yard,
at yard 25 39 49 59
At res. counter In Domestic Room.
1.000 yards of all kinds of Crash and
Toweling, at about V price.
About 3,000 yards of Sheeting Mus
lins, Cambrics, etc., at about half
Grand Clearance Sale of
We will place all of our remnants o
the week's selling In two grand lot:
LOT 1 Includes all remnants ol
Swisses, Madras, Nets, and all klndt
of Drapery Goods, worth up to 60
a yard, all go at one price, at. pet
LOT 2 Includes all remnants of the
better quality, worth up to $1.00 a
yard, your unlim)ted choice, at, per
yard 1.... 25i
Striped Scrim, 36 inches wide, nvW
sold less than 25c, on sale Krldaj
only, at, yard 10!
All odd pairs of Lace Curtains at ex
actly of the regular price.
YOU SAVE FROM $5.00 TO $10.00 A MONTH ON YOUR
GROCERY BILL BY TRADING AT HAYDEN'S ,
The Grocery List for Friday
Bpfinett' Capital Flour.
per Hurk $1.55
And 10 Stamps.
Keniwtt's .Feat Coffee.
1 lh., for IX.00
And 100 Stump.
HennMt'B Bert Coffee.
per lb 350
And 80 Stamp".
Fennett'H Teas, assort
ed. pir lb. 8c
And 7o HtumpM.
Henneit'n Teaa, assort
ed, pT lb 680
Aiwl 65 Stamp.
Fennrtt'a Capitol Pin
Pepper. t-l. tan 10c
And & Stamps.
T gifting. )b. pk,
now at 15o
And t 15 Stamp",
rtoiible Ktampe on Gran
Hunp Sale rnmru-iiMi
tlrnne. " Bouillon;
ni inns, for . .
IeJon Kreuc-h Mustard.
per jf-r ' a8
Aud 10 Stumps.
Armour'i Shield Sliced
Bvet. Jar ' laa
And 6 Stamps.
CMcken Feed. lb. ...3o
Seeds. Garden and
t Flower Seeds. per
pkg. at "H"
Onion 8et. 4 Qt.
Marsha' l' Preserved
Floaters, can 30o
And 10 Slumps.
Hex l.ye. 3 tuns....35c
Anl L'O Stamps.
K. JuJlund Fish Falls.
In bouillon, ran.... 15c
And a Staui.
Peach Sale; California
Evaporated Peaches -
or 1 lbs., for ISo
Corn Men!: white or
yellow, k-lb. sack 12Lo
Bennett's Capitol Kx-
trart. bottle 18o
And 20 Stamps.
Scbe.pp's Cocoanut, lb.
pkK.. for 35o
And JO Stamps.
Poppy Milk, largo run.
now a! lOo
And ft Stamps.
IHamond Crystal Table
Salt, at '. ...10c
Anil 10 Stumps.
Radium Stove polish '
now at 13Ho
And 10 Stamps.
Gaillard Olive Oil, large
bottle for 75o
And 76 Slumps
Bennett's Bargain Soan.
8 bars 8So
tfvrup Sale 8. V. C.,
!-lb. can Tahla
Syrup, at lOo
Syrup Sale S. VV. C.
-Hi. ran Table Syrup,
now at 30o
Pure Fruit Jelly, at, per
Mlxiionette Peas, 4 pnns
Hire Sale Jap Rice,
quality, 4 lbs 35o
Fenneli's I'apiiol Fak
I liar Powder, 5-lb. ran
now at 91.00
And 100 Stamps.
Cheese; full cream, at,
per lb 320
And 10 Stamps.
Cheese; Virginia Swiss.
per lb 350
And 10 Stamps.
Cheese; Imported Hand
Cheese. 3 cakes ..&5o
Cleaned urraiuH, uv
pkgs, at, 3 for . 85o
California Seedless Rais
ins, 15c quality, lb. 100
Maderla Vine Bulbs. :i
Hen Feed, lb IVto
Peanut Butter, 2 Jars
now at 300
And 10 Stamps.
Shredded Wheat Ptsrult
per pkg 13Vo
And 10 Stamps.
Fels Naptha Soap,
bars for 85o
Cracker Sale I.einon
and Honey Cookies
per lt 12o
Hens Society Flakes
per pk- 150
And 10 - Stamp.
The Highest Quality at the Lowest Prices
18 lbs. Pest Granulated Sugar J1.00
i Bars Diamond C or Feat-'Km-All
Soap for 2 He
10 lbs. Feat Rolled Oatmeal 2t,c
6 lbs. Best Hand Picked Navy Beans 26c
6 lbs. Pearl Tapioca 2uc
4 lbs. Fancy Japan Head Rice l'5c
6 lbs. Choice Japan Head Rice 25c
Rex Dye. per can tic
F.agle or Champion l.ye, per can ....7 He
Tall cans Alaska Salmon 10c
011 or Mustard Sardlnev per enn 4c
2 lb. cans Fancy Sweet Sugar Corn ..7 "Ac
2 lb. cans Karly June Peas 74c
2 lb. cans Wax, String, Green or i.litm
Feana, per can 7',-jC
3 Ih. cans Faked Peans, Hominy, Pump
kin or- Squush 7c
i All Kinds Corn Flakes, pkg Tc
'Grape Nuts, per pkg 10c
BTJTTIB, EGOS AMD CKEEBB
The Best No. 1 Strictly Fresh F.ggs,
nothing finer at 50c dozen, our price 20c
Fancy Country Creamery Butter, lb. 30c.
i Fancy No. 1 Dairy Butler, per Hi, . ,...2uo
Fancy p'ull Cream, Young America Cheese
per pound 20c
Fancy Full Cieam l.lmberger Chceae.
per pound 1 si
Neufchatel Cheese, euch 3a
THE PEOPLE'S MARKET TOM rmEBaT
Fresh Spinach, per peck Kit
Fresh Asparagus, bunch 7 Wo
Fresh Beet, Carrots, Turnips, or Shsl-
lots, per bunch
Fresh Ripe. Tnmutoes, per lb l'-"v
2 bunches Fresh Leaf Lettuce '
3 bundles Fresh Hothouse Radishes , . no
Fancy Wax or Green Beans, per lb. 2nr
4 bunches Home Grown Fie. Plant ...l""-
C bunches Home Grown Onions fit
Fancy Head Lettuce, per heud 7'4t
Fresh l'arsley, per bunch 4
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A Special Car of Highland Navel.
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96 slue Highland Navels, per dozen .....
US size Highland Navels, per dozen ...,2.
1M)-K8 size Highland Navels, prr dozen 20t.'
2T.0 size Highland Navels, per dozen ... ISr
200-"l size Highland Navels, per doz. "Sit
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AHHVAIi BHSUlBtlT SALE.
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Potatoes, Lawn Grass, Flowering Bulbs. Etc
Why waste time and money planting
doubtful seeds when you can buy seeds that
Nebraska Seed Co.
1613 Howard street Telephone Douglas 1130
The Best Style Watch M
These days Is the thin model. w have some beau
ties for modest prices. (Jems' Kold filled ranliiK
around 116.00 to 126.00. Hpend a few minutes In our
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S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler
J&lu Douglas btrce
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