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Sl'RPIilS STOCK OF XFW
Schmoller & .lucller
FOR SPOT CASH
30 Cents on
THIS IMMKNHK ll KCHASK CONSISTS OF IMF. FIX F.ST AMI HH.'H.
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OF THKSK 1 INK II Kill iHAI)K IMAXOS AT I.F.SS THAN WIIOLKSAI.K
Coma and Select the Piano You Yfant and Pay for
it on Your Own Terms
1.00 A WEEK WILL DO p 1.00
THESE PRICES TELL PART OF THE STORY
$;i)0 Arlon reduced to $ 85
;!L'5 Slandard reduced 10 t 90
;u'l RuwhcII reduced lo S115
J37i Klmbnll reduced lo $133
$450 Kiiube reduced to 8155
tSu FlHcher reduced to 8188
f 4 ') Docker Bros reduced to $140
JJ.iO Kimball reduced to (140
HoO Packard reduced to $186
1400 Iver A Pond ....reduced to $190
liOO Kmerson reduced to 8290
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What's in a lame
REACHING FOR YOUR NERVE
Sour Warbled hr the Ilrntlal While.
While finally DorlnK Into
a funny '
"You know human nature is
itlilug," remarked the dentist, ad lie care
fully selected a small drill to send mer
rily on Its way to a molar nerve, "and
we dentists see about as much of It as
' any one.
"Now, you needn't be at all nervous;
when 1 get down to the nerve you'll know
It. A woman came Into my office the
other day flashily dressed. Her automo
bile was wailing outside and it was a
'classy' machine, too. Well, she Bat down j
m the chair and showed me a cavity In
her tooth. 1 said that of course she
w anted the best gold filling. You should
have seen her look at me. The long !
don't get uneasy. I must have touted
the end of the nerve the least bit, but
a little thl almost over now. You know
the long and the short of it was that I
4jut in a cheap cement filling and she
wrangled with me for half an Hour when
1 wanted to charge her 70 cents. She said
ehe would not pay over 50 cents; that was
all she ever paid.
"A couple of days later yes. It's pretty
sersitlve. but be patient a woman shab
bily dressed, with a shawl around, her
'( head and shoes badly worn, came Into the
office, and 'I naturally asaed her if she
didn't want work and materials thai would
jcosi, her the least possible. Well, do you
know, she turned on me and said:
" 'No, sir, 1 want the best, bridge work
you can give me.'
"And, reaching down Into her soiled wrap
per, she pulled out a roii of bills. Handing
It to mi, she continued: 'Here's ti'a for a
deposit. Ia that enough?'
Now, now, now, sit still a moment. This
cocaine will stop It In Just a second,
The-e-r-e. Better, eh?
"Yes, (tirdinaii nature is a funny thing.
1 have bad lota of other experiences ju.st
like those I told you. Drop around about
tomorrow some time before 5 o'clock. 1
think the nerve will be ready to lake om
then. Good-be. Good-bye." Milwaukee
DO COMETS AFFECT FISHING?
the Brotherhood Klhlb
Uraaek to Astron
omers. The fialitng editor of this paper is not
prepared to say whether or noi they do.
preferring first to try the fishing, mean-
whle keeping an eye peeled for comets.
A correspondent of Recreation, bow ever,
seems pretty well convinced that they do.
Ilia letter, published In the April number
of that magaiine, la as follows:
"A couple of years ago we heard a good
deal about the effect the sun spots bad
upon the baas fishing. There was really
more in this than some people thought
pi ovldlng the star sharps knew what they
were talking about. Nevertheless I got
laughed at a few times for trying to rx
cuse my non-succesa In bass fishing by
leltoratlng the statement of the astrono
mers that the continued unfavorable
ueather conditions were due to spots on
"Along in February, when the Paris food r
w aa at Ita height and the lee w as going out
of a good many of our trout streams up here
in New York mate, the astronomer said
it waa all on account of the comet .
Whether or not the meteorological condi
tions had anything to do with the floods,
1 am very sure that the said floods here
In the trout flatting bell have put a sad
crimp in 1910s fishing. To have the ice
go out so early, and then have It do it ail
yver again, ia Just as hard upon a trout
ttraam aa the worst kind of a log drive,
'aiaonally 1 feel very sure that several
big grown trout that I have been on nod
Ufi4 twins Vila have left these parts Itt-
MONFV HKI.1.H HIS KNTIKK
S47.- SSteifcr & Sons reduced to $380
STolr Hardnian, Grand ..reduced to 9268
1900 tUeinway, Grand ..reduced to 1)310
J6U0 -Knabe reduced to $338
SHOO ('bickering & Son?, reduced to $348
$800 limrrson. Grand ..reduced lo $378
$800 Player Piano reduced to $390
1700 stcinway reduced to $488
$700 McPhail. Grand ... reduced to $468
Square Dane $10, $18 Md $38
Organs . $10, $38 upwards
In this case 51,145 In prizes
for those who send IS good
names to Schmoller & Muel
ler. You cannot win unless
vou send in your name. Do
erally driven out into the larger streams
by the ice. To my mind it is extremely
doubtful if they will return very far up tlm!
streams before the fishing season has gone
by. nud, as everybody knows it is best to
fish pretty well up stream nowadays, where
the waters are cooler and the shadows are
lunger, j oeueve mat ang.ers nave pretty
good grounds for a grouch If this comet
business keeps up."
NOW WE HAVE THE CAUSE
Flowers. I.artna, tats and Canaries
Responsible for Hltfh I. It.
Swung dizzily on the wave of gaudy per
sonal dispay and fanned to a druglike
sleep by the odors of sweet-scented, but
Inedible blossom', we, , the people, have
brought upon ourselves the curse of a
noticeable eotrt of living. After much beat
ing about the bush wherein lurked the se
questered secret, the secretary of the Na
tional Retail Dealers' a?.soctarion has dived
into the brambles of Irritating trurth and
has dragged forth, gasping, the mystery,
crying for help and exposing Its claws,
hoi n and other wage-stlfllng appurten
ances. This Mecretary, testifying before the
senate cumt-of-livlng committee al Wash
ington, flatly says (he is so quoted) that
flower gardens In the back yard and non
nutrltlous gram in the front (and perhaps
a canary in the kitchen) are largely re
sponsible for the prevailing high prices of
garden truck. I'ntil recent years, he noted,
It was customary for people to plant vege
tables In their yards. Year by year the
tendency has grown to substitute flowers
This drives the matter home, literally,
and lines It up t-nugly beside tin ultimate
consumer. If the pomt can be proved ex
clusively, 'ihere is no need for the .senate
committee to seek further. With the evil
of his deeds or lack thereof fasteired on
the wicked and hypocritical shoulders of
the consumer there Is nothing left to be In
vestigated. In his hypocrisy the consumer'
has presumed to snirf, literally and figura
tively, at the lesults of the meat packers'
labor. He has flitted from grocer to grocer
and fivm butcher to butcher, casting
aspersiojm upon a'.!. And all the time he has
been guilty, by refusing to raise cabbages,
parsley, com, beans and tomatoes in his
Where once the sweet flavored early
rose potato bloomed and attracted gay
wlnged and high-spirited potato bug, now
laxily and uselessly blows the early blush
rose of thorny s:ein, beset by beauty, and
the plain, though serviceable, rose biig.
Where once the nimble hen scratched the
gravel and potato paring:? of the house
holder and the grass of his neighbor, now
the sleek angora purrs or the parrot crlen
for a cracker w hen there 1s no cracker at
a fair price. Where once the boibed on the
kitchen window sill burst forth with early
letr.ee, only the soul-satlsfylng rubber
plant i-preuds lis foliage. It Is an age of
ornament and esthetic fervor, not one of
practical and economical flavor. The plotv
sliaie baa ben beaten Into a trowel, the
gaidu.i rake Into a weeder. Boston Adver
tiser. The Key to the Situation-Bee Want Ada.
' Juke of llPln frrli,,,.
A i tenuis Ward said that a comic paper
was no worse for having a Joke in It now
arrd tuen, and Ida words have ever since
been quoted as embodying the gospel of
wit and humor. The great form of
American luiit.i Is the Juk. "It Is to
laugh" that's our creed in a sentence.
Misplaced laultais, awkward spelling, im
possible grammar. Infinite Incongruity of
Mtuation, endless word play, grotesquery
of action and character, heightened by
pictures equally funn.v. these are the
things that make us laugh. We are quick
to catch the oolnt of a cartoon, to enjoy
the exaggeration of a caricature. But to
smile at Hie mock-seriouj, to be amused
by satire, is a refinement as yet beyond
us. New York Poost.
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tnouii t A'puiu iianoj .U4qu1iJj
TALES TOLD IN THE SMOKER
Most II amorous of the latest Yarns of
the American Drummer.
REELED OFF ON THE RUN
( hrrrfal 'Irs Vetera (iprn t p nnipl-
' of Their Ksperlenres mid lit
lifer the tinnili tin
The round mfrry laue of J. 1.. Fishe
pushed Into the smoking compartment a
the tialn pulled out from UnchesUr. ninn
east, ami found what It was l ioklng for -
good company. Th smoker v, nlr'ady j
crowded, and the round, sleek figure of
J. L. V. seemed to be pushing hII the
other occupants against tlie wall: but. I
somehow, a neat was found for him. There
is always a seat for him anywhere-, for
lie has a story to tell.
Bv occupation, .1. 1,. I, tafea out line
samples cf what the Chicago ni'l I iti-rs
,ik will go best In the way cf trimmed
untrlnitned bats, and sell Uiem i.)
and down the land; but by preference, lr
seeks nut his brothers of the grip and re
gales them with the latest twisi be ban
been able to see In Fomethlng that juvt
happened to him.
On this occasion he fell In with good
crowd, coming home off trie mart for the
holidays and making the lust jump Into
New York. Most of them had swung
around the continent, hitting big towns,
sleeping twenty-nine out of thirty nishts
on the move.
"Say, 1 got such a cold I can havrtlv
talk," Fisher began, before he dropped
bis satchel; "but hear this from Buffalo.
Y'ou know the way the street fakers get
the gawks pilifrg around them down by
the I'nion station. One of '.hm had a
butrch of longshoremen from the lake
front standing shivering In a rero zephyr
last night, while he told them all about
Green's medicated cough drops. He said
It could wrestle a cold and get both shoul
ders to the mat in one throw, but his own
voice was worse than mine Is now. He
was Just whispering and tearing his throat
ell to pieces to reach the fringe of the
"It was bis voice that got me. You know,
I used to do a little of that myself, and I
watched to see bis game. ,
Cared His Owa Throat.
" 'Makes no difference If you're so
hoarse you can't hear yourself whisper,"
be croaked, like a man with a harelip
trying to shout. 'Just slip on down easy,
and It'll clear your throat In ten seconds.
It's the greatest remedy ever discovered
for the cause of suffering'
" 'He couldn't get any further, and be
gan to cough as If he were going to lose a
" 'Say,' some one called out, 'w hy don't
you try it yourself?'
" 'Thanks, friend,' he croaked back;
'that's a good Idea.'
"Then, as the crowd stopped gaping and
hlvering, he took one of the cough drops,
looked relieved, and began to talk in bis
" 'Funny, but hre I am selling these
priceless cough drops at a quarter a bot
tle, and 1, haven't got enough sense to try
"They all bit. Anything goes on a crowd.
But I'm not the. fellow to laugh at them.
1 thought 1 had something smooth myself
once, but It turned out raw. There is a
Joke In what 1 Just said you may catch
it by and by. I went broke In Scranton,
and got on the tall end of a wagon with
a gross of Little Beauty safety razors.
"Tha streets were full of miners, and
all you had to do was to show them some
thing and they had their dollar ready
before they knew if they wanted It.
" 'Come on up!' I called out. 'I'll shave
any man in the crowd, and I'll give a dol
lar to every one I cut!'
"They came up, trusting as calves, and
before I got through with the first one
they were packed around so thick that the
driver didn't have to worry about his
horse. So he came back and wanted to
take a hand.
"He said he'd been In the army and
knew all about shaving. I tried to keep I
him off, but he'd put up the money for
the razors, and was feeling toplofty.
"Before he broke in I had shaved ten
slick and clean, and they were pushing in
closer, yammering to give up a dollar
"I was figuring on what I could do with
the $100 I could almost see in my hand,
but I wanted to watt until some fellow In
sisted in buying right away and then it
would be a regular stampede. But all the
time there waa a little miner down In
front, trying to get me to ehave a chin
covered thick with steel wires.
"I knew the .Little Beauty couldn't stand
up against It, and every tlm he tiled to
catch ray eye I was bucy picking out fel
lows with easy whiskers.
"Finally, I had to move to the other end
of the tailpiece to get away from him with
out attracting notice, and while 1 was
giving a practical demonstration over there
he got hold of my driver and financial
backer, and first thing I knew they were
"It was all off right then. His whiskers
wouldn't cut and couldn't be nicked off.
They had to be pulled out by the roots,
and my partner did that all right. Every-
where he went on that doormat he left
"My demonstration wouldn't take at all.
They were all watching that bleeding face.
It was no use. I Just Jumped off the tail
piece and left the razors to the driver.
They were his, anyway, and It was his
"Walt till 1 get my drinking cup. I want
to wet my throat.
Meusurlng the Sheet.
"Hera's one," said Bob Lahm, who
specializes on suits and overcoats. ' What
is the matter with this one by the Ice
water? You're getting particular, having
your own drinking cup."
"Thought I was in Kansas, or wherever
it 1 where they have the law against
drinking cups. Take your own little cup
when you go out there. None furnished
anywhere, and no one will lend you Ids
unless you're a pretty girl,
cups handy. No use for them, as far as
their own thirst is concerned, but when
ever a pretty girl walks to the end of the
car they strain their ears to hear her say,
'Oh. dear, I forgot my cup..' Then, no
j they Jump, each w ith his little cup in
hand and trample, on eacli other in
I the aisle to get there first. You know how
it ia In day coaches bow the old travelers
always go for the lniddln of the car, where
the riding is easiest. Now you find them
all over the trucks near the water coolers.
"They've got another law somewheres
that sheets must be nine fuel lung. Some
cf the trains that pass through the statu
had to have new sets of linen for the
sleepers. The first night they outfitted the
Kitty Flier out cf St. Ixiuls, the porter in
my car was measuring to see if they
hadn't forgot an inch or two. He was
holding up a sheet by one end, with the
other end trailing for a couple of feet,
when all at once It began to rise until the
lowar hem waa Just touching the floor.
"I could see his fingers at the top, but
I knew he was not standing on the seat.
The sbrrt w between u. though, and 1 j
could not mke out how he was able to j
reach so hiish.
"'Whose levitating ) on ." 1 axked
" U ha s dat '." j
" How inn you reach so high'." !
" 'All's Mimdin' nn mail tots.' " !
'Isher slopped in take the drink I .a bin I
offered lilm, but be Hint riRht on as iuii
(fls ho had gulned it down i
j nath and a llrnsh.
' 'I'mo cl'-an t'.ir me," he suid. "l ie been j
jdmtu Id the Mississippi valley lor s nuinlh i
;aiid I'm not used to this bleaeln d water. ,
1 like mine brunette. You know how flirty j
tl:e watci is down tli.il wa. The worst !
I've seen was In "Nashv ille. They're proud i
of It Co re, yon kn. vv. They say uu iieJ j
the grit in your crop, If you go so tar as to !
drink It. but washing is v. lie re it shines j
vo'l. Makes vou clean without soap. Just;
rub Hie water en the skin and the sand!
lak" off Urn dirt. They don't liki to have '
you m t funny about it in jour remarks. . j
"While 1 was there Sol Metssgcr. with a (
llri" of leather- goods, cniiit ulong and j
signed up for tlnee-fifly h day, Am.Micau I
plan, bath thrown In Sol went upstairs
to gfd all he could lor his t In ee-f ifty. !
"I'iclty soon he telephoned down: i
" IX'I's a niee mud but' 1 g ! lu re; but !
vill vou send up some clean vvaier, so ( gn j
:i wa.h-olf w in I'm through?" 1
"George Youngerman Is chief clerk there j
now. and he got the cm I!.
" 'That Isn't the way we do it here, Mr. i
I Metzger." he replbd. ' King nie up when '
!:.oure ilrv and I'll send a bell-boy up to'
I brush sou off.' " ;
1 Mil) people down south. commented
I Audi C'rothers. "hut too pious mostly for
j my business. 1 handle feathers exclusively,
j and somn of the churches object to them.
There are whole sections where 1 can't sell
even a robin's wing. About the only
chance the women have to snow off their
clothes Is at church, and every time a
woman shows up with a fealher In her hat
the preacher berjlns to make remarks at
"There are a few towns, however, right
in the middle of t lie religious section where
the women ivant the longest and fluffiest
feathers 1 cany. If it were not for them
I'd have to cut out the whole section.
"One day I was in a pretty lively town
In Kentucky, where half the women go reg
ularly to meeting with flowers In their
hats, nnd tho other half don't go at all and
wear feathers. While 1 was talking to a
customer in came one of the flower kind,
and a new clerk, not knowing the differ
ence, began to show her some of the latest
hats all fussed over the top with feathers.
"My customer saw the woman's sour
look, so she called the girl over and said;
" 'Show her something cheap and virtu
In Slopover Torrtia.
"1 showed my samples in a queer place
in a little Iowa town," broke in Kmll Hol
den, who handles textiles. "1 arrived late
In the afternoon, and the hotel was full of
traveling men. There wasn't a bod or a I
sample room to be had and the only place
to show my line was In the street. But
one of my customers came down to the
depot and I opened a trunk for him In the
"He asked for goods 1 had In another
and in five minutes I had my samples all
over the baggage room. I slipped the bag
gageman a couple of dollars and sent word
uptown that I could only keep my trunks
open an hour; so they all came down and
made the fellows in the hotel wait. After
I had finished I packed up and ate supper
in the next town."
"I can beat that," said George Harding,
who goes on the road for half a dozen
manufacturers of brass novelties. "I have
a customer in a Jerk-water town in Ken
tucky who isn't quite worth a stop-over,
because there Is only one train a day and
there are more Important towns on the
"On this last trip I' wrote him to meet
me at the station and ride on to the next
town with me, but when we pulled in he
wasn't there. I had five minutes and 1
used it to sprint a block and a half to his
store. He said he was loaded up; but I
told, him that was no answer, and he prom
ised to be on hand two days later, on my
"Coming back, one of the Pullmans was
empty. I tipped the porter a dollar, he
brought In a few trays of my best stuff
and I arranged it on the seats of the whole
car. My customer was there, made his
selections, bought a bunch o? stuff and
the whole deal was closed in five minutes."
No one could match that; but Mort Good
kind had a story of two Irish high-graders
from Goldfield who went down to San
Francisco in the same sleeper with him.
They had a section between them; and
when it came time to g to bed the fellow
who drew the upper merely slipped off his
shoes and rolled in. The one In the lower
eemed to be encountering difficulties.
Finally tho one up above called down:
" 'What's the matter, Mike? Don't you
like your bunk? Kvery time I fall asleep
you give a bump and I wake up.'
" 'It's this hamniick. I have tried three
times to git Into it, and every time 1 fall
Afraid It Would Go Stale.
"Say what you like about the pie," sighed
Mort Goodklnd, "but I wished they" learned
how to make good Yankee pie at the lunch
counters along the western roads.
"There's a town In Colorado where tho
same pie stood ou the lower shelf while 1
made two trips. It looked so unwholesome
nobody could eat It, 1 wish I had seen the
fellow they tell auout In Nebraska who
, gave the lunch counter a new start in life.
"He came through on a train that was
stalled a few stations above Grand Island,
and began looking around for entertain
ment. The only thing worth noticing was
the lunch counter, so he sized it up, nnd
Not anYMilti Trust
The Original and Ganulnt
Ths Fosd-drink for All Agts.
More healthful than Tea or Coffee.
Agree with the weakest digestion.
Delicious, invigorating and nutritious.
Rich milk, mailed grain, powder form.
A quick lunch prepared in a minute.
Take no substitute. Ask fer HO R LICK'S,
Others are imitations.
Pur cin the
further be went ih m ire Intrn sting It
bei ani to him. There ws" one pile of
snndwlchcs he eyed so long that the gill
l hind tho counter said:
"'Well, ye goln' to give your mouth a
ehnnrt after a while.'"
" 'Gently now, little girl." he leplied.
Mustn't speak up In the presence of your
elders. 1 wag Just renewing the acquain
tance of some of these old friends I saw
when I passed through here with the grad
ing srrew of the I'nion Pacific.
" 'And I was considering something,' be i
went on, while the girl was thinking of a '
sharp answer, 'Gimme two or three cups I
of coffee right away, quick. Majbe 1
won't have time If you don't hurry."
"Then he beRan to stow away everything
in sight, starting on one end of the shelf
and rating each thing as he came to It as I
fast as he could wash It down. I
"The girl stood there, fascinated, hardly
able to keep count, w hile ho went through
sickly pie, shriveled cake, curled-tip sand- t
v. iches. pleklrs. boiled eggs, charlotte- ;
lusse, one ufler the other. j
"Ho kept the girl on the hotfoot after i
coffee. Jt got to be a pretty fierce con
test between him and what was left on the
counter, but be put It all away."
" 'Nino dollars arrd eighty cents." the
girl said when he finished.
" "You neodn t take so much satisfaction
out of it." he remarked as he paid. 'Ii
was worth It to ine. When 1 come along
here In another thirty or forty years
there'll be something fresh on the coun
When Mnntlle Spoke.
"1 know a girl who would have had an
answer for him, all right," said Fisher,
getting back Into the conversation. "Her
name is Maudle, and the Is dewn in the
hurd coal section of Pennsylvania. Some
thing like a thousand times a year she
throws a hot platter at a bunch of miners,
and In fifteen minutes she has the table
cleared and set for the next meal.
"No monkey cosiness about the way
Ibese fellows eat, and she was used to
their ways. But. along came T. Arthur
C'hauncey. lie used to bn on the road
with textiles before he got his bit from
home, don't you know. He was one of
these neat and careful fellows always
chewed his food well. He wna held up In
the town where Maudle worked, and had to
eat there. Maudle served him.
"He took what was set down in front of
him without saying anything, eating oft
the edges; but when she brought him a
thick cup slopping over with coffee and
milk, he said to her mildly:
" 'I say, don't you know, I like mini
Aor tune at all:
It's ftoon Uiiiq lor poon.time.
And CtmtbtlVi i ler
Don't wait until you
are out of Campbell's
Keep a stock on hand.
Some kinds of soups
have their particular
seasons and occasions.
But there's hardly a day
without some good occa
It is suitable for almost
any meal. And you needn't
fear having it toe often ; iot
there is no dish more whole
some. And few are more
nourishing. You couldn't
encourage a better habit
than eating: this pure and
Why not order hnlf-a-doien
right now? And how about
the other Campbell's Soups?
21 kinds ,10c a can
Just add hot water,
bring to a bail,
If not satisfied, the
grocer returns your
Carodtii N J
Look for the
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Mark, my fine girl, ami hot. very hot. and
have It made strong, quite strong '
"Maudle listened to all of this, and then
she sung nut to the colored cook through
the hole in the wall:
" 'Oh. Percy, make a fresh sit, and ti-.nke
it hot, blamed hot, and strong, blamed
strong, for a blamed particular- Rent""
Railroad Man's Magazine.
fw Hospital (iraft.
"Why do so many sick people in hospital
wards like n be put In a bed next to a
patient from the country?" said the young
nurse to the house doctor.
"Graft." said the doctor. "Most country
or suburban patients come from homes
wheie there are chickens and maybe a cow.
Local Market Breaks All
of Its Previous Records
Sunday Dinner Menu.
t'elery Bouillon. Wafers.
I'riuie lloesl of Heef. Brown Gravy.
l'otatoes Roasted irr the Tan.
New Tomato Salad. Wafers.
Strawberries and Cream.
Celery bouillon may he niade fiom a
canned soup stock or from a boiled heef
stock. Boll a few chips of cele:v in the
meat broth until the flavor has been
thorough!,- communicated to the hrotli.
I hn stialn broth and serve hot with a few
fresh and thinly sliced rounds of celery
floating in it.
Omaha has had its fourth carload ship,
ment of strawberries this season which
breaks all previous records for early ship
ments. Berries are arriving now at an
average of a carload a day, while last year
at this time and In previous years, only
local shipments from Chicago were avail
able. They are selling on the streets to
day at 10 cents a pint and have never been
offered by the peddlers before ear lier than
the last of April or first week of May.
New asparagus has also tuken a b'g drop
and Is plentiful. It has fallen from $1 to So
cuts a dozen minehe's wholesale, this
week, and ought to sll retail In any of the
stores for 5 cents a bunch. The majority
of the dealers are offering It at this price.
Bananas have never been so high in the
history of the local market as at present.
Tire wars In the bananu growing countries
has destroyed the crop or left its harvest
ing almost entirely to the women and the
export has been greatly diminished in con
ER MARKET BASKET M
L' . S X - 4 ! ; v-"i
, REFINED COFFEE
There In a great difference In cof
fee. The greatest lifferpnct Is
between our steel cut sifted coffee
and the old style crushed artlclo
with the dust and chaff left in.
We are the coffee leaders. We
have the only machines In Omaha
for preparing this clean, whole
some coffee. Xo egg required.
Made In a cheap tin pot or an ex
pensive percolator it in dellcioug.
Phone us an order. Prompt, de
livery. Mocha Mixture 35c, 8 lbs.
for $1.00. Excelsior Blend 25c.
W. L. MASTERMAN
"in corrxn irEir."
MAIX stTOBB, 313 . 11th St.
Branofc at Fubllo Market,
Wlilfl THIS I
We Prove Our Claims
that no one does, no ons can sell as
good a quality of groceries as we do
'Phone for our free mailing list or
"Exponents of Good LlTlnf."
SBta and raraam It.
Ind. Vhone. Ben 'mom
When the folks ,'orur f,,.. i,it th)(;.
bring ckks that were laid thxt morning Slid
Cesli milk, i-i-'ain sod hti'tir Ii th- per.
son Iv lug beside the eoimtiv nstiert l ve i
sick he appeals lo the vriwthirs of Urn
country visitors, nod the (e.t tout, km
extra can nnd an ena pint or millK com. '
New Vork Sun
Mdellaht on llst,i-.
George Washington, who was t uisgiiti
Willi his immortal farewell addles., h,i
Just written bis warning against "entnn
ling alliances.'' Willi foielRn (ntrs
I hut means, of rouie." ho rrtle td
with a whimsical smile that wrni.lel u,
well known iS'Stagc stamp fin e, "thai w he
we make trentles with them we mu-in
give them ton trim !) rope."
l'e"llng sure that bis i oiinti v nien won'.
see . veiled humor of the siiRKestlon
let it go at that. ChloagM Tribune.
sequence. The fmit sells in the 1
:iit sens 111 tne local 111a - .
ci nis a pound wholes ! .
iW cents a tl ',:-n letao '
ket for 4' and ;
and for 40 and
fit-ape. irtui arm .nrangi s sie p ent tul and
of good quality and s II cheap
unions anil cauoaite :u- srar,e n-, h
I lie trh.l nop is ailoiit gon a rl p;e ie
crop is ju t iKiitiing : - , ; n T,
big rid onions 11s. e bnnsivs ,' r i opn
a pound vv holes
cents a pour d
retailing in iims
,1! I c
: of !!.e :
a pound. Old oir.;oes ai.. pmciieaiiy a.
lru on the ninikrl and carloids -e so',1
every day Just now in tin? local mt:Ue
for -.i cents a bushel, with pa",i",is t,;
going still Jower. Gout! apples aie 10 b
had at HO nnd TO cents a bush I. and s:l trie
green garden stuff Is as ; a.- 1;
will be this summer, lluvimi no. quite a
clieap. Green corn on tin- j i ,.i . ;
cialty this morning, but i. i, .r m ..:r..u.
local shipments and i t. ep n-r e , .
As Usui! poultry vanes
a pound amont; u:e vav
the wholesale qoiatii:
was: Roosters U'2 cen
and "spr'ngs" l"1 ceiiis.
ducks IS cents, t :i: kr ,
and frozen broiler s f ; a
. urn .. to .1 tcn.
iv,- s ilea If: h:i
I'l.il.i. hio; Tin.'-
a jiv.:"d, iie.i
ii ' l.i ecu If
S cent fl pound
do. 11 an.l f : esn
brollei J'l a dozen
I.lutter and Cs'fcs aie ere i wn, up sloiv!:'
but certainly. Cr'antery ihi kage hull
sold Ht "l and ,"7 cents 11 pound this morn
ing Bird dair y butter . from :U 10 ?.r icriit.
a pound. Kggs taupe from to :'.a cent
Real Corn Fed Beef
The Finest in Omaha. Read the Prices
Pork Chops .... lC'c
Lamb Chops 1 4 "
Lamb Legs 1 2 'a c
2,000 lbs. Bacon ,'. 1 c
2,000 lbs. Ham lDVfec
Veal Boast lUic-8Vi:
Veal Stew 5 He
Boiling Beef G'.r
Native Steer Steak 12 :
J-'roni 7 to 10 I'. M.
Country Sausage . . . . 5 't0
Do you know that we carry a full
line of Warden, Mower and lawn
Heeds all of the very hlghe6i. quality,
at the most reasonable prices.
I Ask your neighbors about the qualitv
j of our seed.
I Saturday Is Ib-iiitmMration Day
1 The National Biscuit t;o. will denion
1 strate their goods all day, and offers
the following indiicetn's.ils; 4 I'needii..
; emon Snaps or Zuvur for 1,"ic; :i N
! discos, Social Tea or Fig Wafers for
' 0 jC
i". PDBLIC MARKET
! Delivery AVaxons l,r;.ie at ."0::1 H.
in. ami .1 I . JI.
IOIO HAKVKV HI.
Phones II. Sil M and IM.1; Intl. A-VJMT.
l.,.. he chain n o demonstrate ami
convince you thai the vhIiuh we art?
giving In grocnriea, mrum mm
ery K'JO'Ih are unei ualleii anj wlim---
Cakes Two-layer white; our nrr-
iiialli'U home maile 17f
unallty, each ,v
-peas Karly June; cheap ai -Kn
l."ac a can. 3 csnH fur '"
Beets J-lb. cans. Curtis iiros. C ,
kiiihII. 2 caiiM fur
Tomatoes 3-lb. tall 1 ana, xoiul -
regular ljc siraigut Keller,
llinlicil quantity, per can SSt
Peaches J V, -1 1. cans California, in
I rl HYiup; brixlit, firm, perfect rru.t
cheap at . uc, per can,
Maple Brand "I. V." Krarul
-T-UURIl lllll, KHt-ll
Corn Flakes Indian Miami
n' I,U UT
Lettuce 3 largo heudM leaf
Eggs Sirlc.lly freali country
. npr ilozen
Bread Our home m n I -. the heft
flavored, most home like loaf in
the city; 6 loaven 25C
Keats The liet gra-les only, s; '
Successor to Johnson tioodlet
30th and Le SUs.
Fhone Web. 1575 lad. BI5T5
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