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The Omaha Dailx
THE OMAHA BEE
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VOL. XXX1X-N0. 277.
OMAHA. SATURDAY MOKXIXli. MAY 7. 1010.
SINGLE COPY TWO CENTS.
Any Suit in Stock for Hisses, now $10
One Day Sale 500 Pairs Men's Trousers
Mighty little for a fine suit, this, much lesa than
you have a right to espect, but here they are, lots
of them, just the kinds young women insist on
having. Fine, all wool serge suits, in the A
best shades, made in absolutely correct 5) B II
stvles and worth $15 to $20, now for. . .
An extra pT of trousers or two is almost a necessity for summer tire. Men who ro
costless on hot da;s will have a good supply of several styles. YVe make it po.-siblo f.
to buy a whole season's requirements for considerably less than you would expect
There are about .'00 pairs of splendid worsted and caasimere trousers, in
new, 1910 patterns. You can choose from conservative and )cr top
styles. The very best $5.00 and $"?.00 trousers v know of As a Satur
day flyer, buy them, at
Jsli Jlu Xl J. J
t f f if
if AMERICAN REALTY ROSE RUSHES Will g
J KJ I bloom thU year a for 2o jf
1 1 1 If!
Women Take Pick for $25 of Any Suit
Don't measure the value by the price"; build your expectations up to what you
know $35.00 and $45.00 suits should be, then come and you'll not be disap
pointed. Several hundred handsome models will find eager buyers. "We urge you
to promptness. Don't loose a minute's time tomorrow morning. Take the first
car before store opening. We have just" the suit to plea?e and can C C
Unconditional choice of colored suits, for vfr
surely fit you,
Women's Black Jackets Light weights, for
spring and summer ; serge materials and satin
linings; 3 4 to 46 sizes $7.50
Women's Separate Skirt Made of pure wool
chiffon. Panama; black or nary; they are
pleated and gored models; all new, of course
You'll recognize them to be worth consid
erably more, at $4.95
Silk Presses Way Down A lot we happened
to locate at a tailoring house that was simply
begging for orders. We bought them de
cidedly cheap. All foulards and taffetas, in
new tunic effect; values to $33.00 now
Girls' School Dresses Made of plaid gingham,
with full pleated shirts; many pretty, girlish
models; they were made to sell for $2.25
now are $1.25
Girls School Jackets 6 to 14 years; light
weight; plain and fancy mixtures; until now
were marked $5 and $6, at $2.95
Muslin Underwear Gowns, skirts, combination
twenty-three styles in all; muslin, nainsook
and crossbar materials; all new, fresh and
clean; extraordinarily chap, at ....$1.25
Lingerie Waist A shipment of beautiful, new
waists, with low neck and short sleeves
featured tomorrow to create a furore at
Better Clothes for less money than ever before
You don't havs to spend a big sum to acquire a well dressed, prosperous appearance. Bennett
clothing is the kind the prudent, thrifty man delights in, for he knows it's built on honor. Hundreds
of men come here, season after soason. for their suits. We have proven to them that they can rely
on anything they buy in here. Ours is clothing not so largely advertised in the papers, perhaps, but
distinctly superior, nevertheless. There is no better hand tailoring; there is no better style thin
you see in Bennett suits. They give you the assurance and satisfaction that you are perfectly attired.
They compel admiration for their perfect fit and smart, becoming shapeliness.
Let us show you the way to real clothing economy tomorrow. Let us show you the uselessness of
paying a stiff price for your new suit. Hundreds of fashionable models,
in the new cloths and shades that are immeasurably better than anything
at an equal price in all the city, at
Furnishings for Men
Union Suits A third less; ten dozen only, regret
to s-y. Combed Egyptian fabric, in ecru or
light blue; long or short sleeves; $1.50 is actual
worth, now at $1.00
Dressy Shirts A nw let of dollar styles; pleated
and plain; handsome patterns; great values, 1
Men's Hats Soft Hats galore; there is scarcely a
style you misbt mention but what you'll see it
here. All the new shades, too, at
$2.00 $2.50 $3.00 and 3.50
Little Boys' Clothing
Roys' Reefers Alt wool, red r.anncl and tun
covert reefers; in double breasted styles, with
velvet or self collars; covered buttons; embien
on sleeve; imitation cuffs. Sires 2 to 7 years,
and worth to $3.00, for $1.85
Boys' Double Breasted Coats With two pairs full
cut knickerbocker pants. ' This season's best
patterns. Sizes 7 to 15 years. Good, $1.50
values, for $2.95
Women's Stylish Ankle Strap Pumps $2.50
The dressiest footwear In the trade this season Beautiful, perfect
fitting pumps, made to please the most exacting tastes. Ours are
quality shoes, made of trusty materials and honestly put together.
Just thu right styles for present and summer wear; shown a rn
in dull leather, and patent colt; in many styles, at 4iwV
Blaek Crae-enotta Button Oxfords re extremely popular. We show
some very clever new numberi at 3.50
Misses' and CbUdren's Pumps Dress the young folks In perfect style
with the new one and two-bar pumps. Nothing quite so cool an.I
comfortable for summer wear shown In dull leathers, viol and pa'--n
colt, prices according to aiies
7SO to 13.00
Bargain Special for women Table full
of small size oxfords; tans, patent and
dull leathers; $3 and $3.50
values, at $1.95
Young Women's low heel
School Shoes; patent colt
and rlcl; wide toe; $2.50
values, at $1.95
Misses' Tan Ankle Strap
Pumps and Oxfords Very
best $1.50 and $2 lines
special, at 95
Boys' Shoes A good, ser
viceable grade; sizes 10 to
1. 'or $1.50
Final Clean-Up Haviland China
All odds and ends remaining from last week's sale, all must go now. Buy Haviland
china for less than you ever did before. Read the twelve great bargain lots
Values to 50c pie plates, Values to 73c Tea plates Values to 8.V Breakfast
fruit saucers, bone dish- soup plates, oatmeal Plate". Teas and Saucers,
s .'::.: ioc b:,'.:'c;. ic feHI.JOc
Values to t Dinner Values to S1..10 Cake Value to $1.73 Nappies,
Plate. Coffee Cups and Plates, Platters. Oyster Celeries. Platters, Cas-
Saucers. Bouil- j m Bowls Bakers, civ seniles. Ice C
Ions. Bowls, pie 7hf .-v-aHops, 3UC ReliBhea. toC
Plates, etc mwv etc v w e(c "
Values to $2..50 Chop Values to H Platters, Values to $3.30 Cake
Dishes. Salad Bowls, tea pots, sauce tureens, dishes, sauce boats, chop
Dishes at ejll eddishes eJi.eJJ
Values to $4 Platters, Values to $4.50 Flatters Values to $3 Platters,
dishes, salads, tea pots, chocolate pots, tur- eoup tureens, salad
r."?. $1.50 $1.75 T! .... $2.00
By all means Buy Books Now
Publishers everywhere recognize Bennett's as their greatest western outlet for
book3 la quantities. Our reputation for buying large lots at a price is well estab
lished. The consequence is when real bargains In books are to be had we Invariably
get them. Several of such deals have Just been made. Publishers overstocked wern
glad to clear their shelves, even at great losses. Wish we could tell you in detail of
all these flue bargains, but space forbids. We do say most emphatically, however, that
it's going to be our best bargain day for books we have ever had. Books of every
description at tremendously reduced prices.
Xrftt 1 Is a mlscelleneous collection of C tot 91 A choice collection of splendid bonks
books worth to 50c each; choice
IgOt 3 Also a great lot of books of
everv description, values to 75c. at.
tot 3 Alger and Henty books; splendidly
bound volumes all 25c aorta tin
tot 4 Boys' hooks. including Castleman,
Trowbridge. Otis and other famous 15ft
writers 6"c books
tot 6 Books for girla by Meade and other
equally popular writers published f C-
tot 6 The famous KnickerbocKer Classics
the best 25c books on the market tif
tot 7 Hundreds of books, all well known
wnrks by famous writers, values Q.
75c. at ,-,c
tot 8 Cassell & Co.'s famous library books,
hound In full leather; published at V)M
$1.00. for W
mat are valued up to IJ.no O-
all go at
ot 10 leather .divinity cut bibles, with
India paper, worth 2 5 to $4.00. J (J
tot 11 L. C. Page famous Art series, sold
everywhre at $1 on to $1.25 n
all go in thU lot at. each tJC
Webster's School Dictionaries 7o
Webster's thumb index Dictionaries 390
WebBter's Unabridged Dictionaries 98a
Xrftrg Wall Maps Map of World and map of
United States on reverse side, t'se- T A
ful in every home; $2.00 map for JvC
Pens worth to $1.50, for 5Bo
Pena worth to $2. 00, for 89a
Pens worth to $4.00. for 98a
Every pen warranted.
Take a Kodak With Yea
To you know the joys of picture
Ever catch, the glories ot nature
with a camera? You lose one of the
pleasures of life If you are not a
kodak enthusiast. Come in and
talk it over with us. We have
every kind the amateur needs. We
also do developing and finishing.
711m rrim Camera STo. 1 Is very
compact, makes pictures post card
stxe and Is daylight loading. .S13.SO
711m riata Frtmo ues plates or
fllma with equal success; price. In
cluding pack adapter and Dlate
Zaatmaa lrowslt JTo. a Folding
rtnwra; takes pictures 21ix4V
Kodnk Acid Fixing Powder, pound
riain Hs-po. pound package So
Seeds Gilt Edge Plates, 4x5-lnch. pr
Seasonable Drug Store
Necessities Cost Less
Red Cedar Mothene, package 13a
lavender Mothene. package ISO
Marten s Roup Cure for Chickens. . 8O0
Bristle Hair Brush; special value. . .99
Bed Bug Destroyer, per pint 30o
Insect Powder, aure death, lb 40o
Sodium Blcarbonite, pound 10
Peterman's Roach Food, at 13o and 25o
Seldleti Powders, per box 30o
Oermaxone. per bottle o
Tooth Brush Holders, each 10c
Palmer's Almond Meal, box 38o
Murray Lanmann Florida Water.. 590
Lazall's Jap Honeysuckle Toilet Water
Vantlne's Toilet Water, bottle 75o
Mediterranean Sea Salt, sack 13o
Volcanic Soap. 5c bar 6 for 350
Whisk Brooms, fancy handles 36c
Peroxide. 15e to 50c size bottles, cut for
Saturday at 8c, 15o and 25c
Economies unsurpassed on much want
ed home articles.
Garden Hon Fully guaranteed, 14c
quality. In 50-ft. lengths, per ft. . . 13o
Gasoline Ov.na 2-hole size, $2.25 value.
Gasoline Ov.ns 1-hole size. $1 75 value.
Clotb.s tin Smooth wire, 45o usually.
X-Blay StOT. Polish 10c pkg 5o
tov. Polish Brush 20c kind lOo
Sapolln and Tarnlaa Satin Combined:
liSo quart size can for 49o
40c pint size can for 35o
25 S-puH size can for 15c
2'ic Top Shine Furniture Polish, can loo
!5c Ynrntsh Brush. 2ls-inc.h 5o
Ttm Sample Enamel. Jap-a-Lao, etc..
in Paint department.
$2.50 Razori, splendid quality ... .9135
$2.00- Razors, splendid quality 980
$1 50 Razors, splendid quality 85o
$2.00 Star Safety Razors at 91.35
Hoys' $2.50 Base Ball Suits for. . .81.93
Boys' $1.25 Base Ball Suits for ".79a
Base Ball Shoes, usual $2. SO kind. 81.98
Week - End Attractions
in Women's Hose
The week-end hosiery offers are
very inviting this week, and sure to
bring out a hoBt of buyers.
Women's Silk Lisle Hose With
deep garter top; black only and the
very best 50c quality we know of
at 3 pairs for $1.00
All Silk Hose At an amazing price;
quantity ia limited, though; deep
lisle top; black only, pair . . . 59c
Utile Hose Gauze and mercerized
split foot goods; some lace styles;
per pair, at 2o
Mercerized Hose Seamless; black
only; best 20c quality at . .12 Jig
Double Stamps on Hosiery Saturday.
Women's Chamois Gloves- Pique or
overseam; natural and white; all
perfect goods at 81.00
Silk Gloves Only reliable kinds
find shelf room; Kayser & Fownes'
goods; the standard lines in all
best shades . 50f 7o? and SI
Silk Gloves In 16-button lengths, in
best colorings, pr. 75 1 1.50
Pure linen, Armenian lace edge
Handkerchiefs; slgMly, 50c goods,
and very fine in material and fin
ish, at 25
Pure linen, embroidered corner
Handkerchiefs; 20c values ..154f)
Double Stamps in These) Two Depart
Knit Underwear ;
The lines we carry are the tried
and true kinds; always uniform, and
cut to standard measurements; fin
ished in best possible manner, and
embracing all the essential features
in shape, peculiar to women's needs.
A few strong specials for Saturday
have been arranged
Women's Sleeveless Vesta Lace
trimmed; a showy, well made. 15c
garment, for JOe
V e -'let Trimmed Vests
Sleeveless You'll pay 35c for tuem
most anywhere else, at 25
Lace Trimmed Pants Wide, umbrel
la knee; properly shaped and good
fitting, pair, at 25
I'nJon Sulfa For women; tight
knee or wide lace knee; full lisle
garments, at 494f
Double Stamps on Underwear Satur
For Mother's Day
We will have 10,000 White
Carnations Saturday. Get
yours at Bennett's.
FERN SALE Fine healthy
growing ferns, worth Q
15c and 20c, for wi
SATURDAY IS OUR
Cream Wafers Assorted
flavors, usual 50c quality
special at, lb 29c
Bennett '3 Chocolate Dip Car
amels Regular 40c quality,
in pound boxes ........ 20c
Impressive Showing of Summer Millinery
The millinery room is all abloom with the exquisite flower
laden hats for the summertime. There are large hats and small
hats, trimmed in the usual Bennett manner, expressing the
f.ighest degree of millinery art. There will be ever so many
striking models for Saturday many shown for the first time
now. Our well known low prices are again the feature for the
M, $7.50, $10.09
Fresh Dressed Hens, lb. 16?
Fresh Tig Pork I.oins.
nur lh sf t Si
i .- - .... a . .
Fall Lamb Shoulder
4Cl uuasi, per iu. . . XVC
Fresh Pie Pork Shcul- ' Choice Steak. young
J 1 steer,
bit noasi .... xJ 7 i
Rolled Rib Roast, (all;
bones out), lb. 12'?
Fall Lamb Legs, per lb., i
Veal Stew, lb. .
Lamb Stew, :b.
' Swift's Premium Hams,
i best Kraiie. lb . 1fi
12'1 Calumet rfrand Regular
Choice Pot Roast, young Hams; guaranteed
steer, lb 12! lD ar 17H
, , t , ; Armour's Shield Brand
eal Chops, lb . 12?o; Ba.-ou : ' to fi-lb strip
Veal Roast, per pound.; oy the strip, per lb..
t llC anJ 9c t IS?
1 hh mi
m - ' i ii
Year's Great Song Success
A hit from the very day we introduced it.
II Loyey Should Die What Would
The song featured by Elsie Janis in "The Fair Co-Ed."
You'll want it once you hear it. The words rather soft
are funny and the music is pleasing. Come and hear It.
Are You Lonesome
As sung at the Orpheum by Cooler, Fay and
Cooley. Introductory price for both songs is. . .
a w. " ....
The Best 10c Music, Too
We ran mention but a few of hundreds of popular
numbers we have. It's by far the best 10c line in town:
Keep Your Foot on the Soft Pedal Put On Your Old Gray
Bonnet Silvery Moon Next to Your Mother Who Do
You Love Oh, You Blondy (Gayety hit) When Daisies
Bloom Meet Me Tonight in Dreamland
Good Luck Mary Cubanola Glide Yip-I-Addy-I-A
Table Needs Cost Less Here
the finest, sweet
est made, full lb.
bricks (limit 5
lbs. to a customer!
at. pound.... 30o
Cornmeal. white or
yellow, S lb. sack,
Bennett's best Cof
fee, pound. . . . 36c
And 30 Stamps
B e n n e t t'm Best
Coffee, 3 lbs 11.00
And 100 stamps
Coffee, pound 25c
And 20 Stamps
Bennett's Teas, as
sorted, pound 8SO
And 75 Stamps
Tea Siftlnns, Ih.
And 10 Stamps
Bennett's Ca p ttol
Kxtrait. bottle 18o
And 20 .Stamps
Milk, six cans SSe
Capitol Co u n t r y
t ientleman Corn,
And 10 HI amps
rierfd Chocolate. i
lb. can for... 20a
Ami 10 Stamps
Fi-s. can .... 90o
Farrell Beet Suiar
fe'vrup. bottle. 15o
And 10 Stamps
Dutch Hand Soap,
three rakes for 350
And 10 Stamps
H a r 1 1 ey's Pure
Orange Jelly Mar
two jars for 35o
Small Sour Pickles
per dozen .... Bo
Codfish, all readv.
1 0c size. 3 cans flSe
Franco - American
Soiidb, asorted, 20c
pint cans for lSo
large Jar 13o
And 10 Stamps
Capitol Ba kin ;
Powder. 5 lb. cans
And 100 Stamps
tlatllard Olive on.
small bottle. . 840
And 20 Stamp
Galllard Olive Oil,
medium bottle 45c
And uO Stamps
Halliard Olive Oil.
large bottle for 75o
And 100 Stumps
Olives. 60c cans,
Shelled Popcorn. 3
lbs. for lOo
Jap Rice. Tc quali
ty, 6 ibs. for. . 36o
Soap. 8 bars. SSc
Crackers, large as
sortment, pkg lOo
And 10 Stamps
Old Virginia R.ie.
at. per can . . . SSe
And 10 Stamps
Queen Chler Vine
gar, quart bottle,
And 20 Stamp
Macaroni, Star and
Crescent. 3 pkg.
And 10 Stamps
Biscuits, pk. 13 So
And 10 Staic.p.i
Fel's Napthn. Soap,
six cakes for. 35o
Cheese, full cram.
at, pound .... 23o
And 10 Stamps
Swiss, per lb.. 35o
And 10 Stamps
Iirii-k. for .... aoo
Pure Fruit Jellv,
at. per glajis . . 10c
St e r 1 1 ng Gloss
Starch. 6 lb. box.
Anrl 20 Stamps
Spider's Pork and
Beans, No. 2 can
And 10 Stamps
Royal Honey, bot
Anil S Stamps
Double Stamps en
K. c. Corn Flakes.
3 pkgs. for... 25o
Sunkist Navel Oranges
Extra fine, large,
fancy Orange. Hie
fiOc size. Hpecl.-il,
The 4."c size,
cial, dozen . .
basket 23c. lb. 10c
Lemons, la r ire rnl
juicy, dozu . . 150
lurge fruit, doaen.
largo bunches lOo
New Beets, three
hunches for. . 100
Head Lettuee. per
hi ail .... 30-71,0
String and Wax
Beans, quart. 7laO
U'jart boxes. . 35o
nadishei. ; large
New Potatoes, per
Wis. Burbanli Po
tatoew, buHliel 5fo
PROVIDING FOR THE WIDOW
Counterfeit riMpathjr After
l-rnrhftiK Made the Wife
They had caught old Bill C.oiiha w th his
bt aided hackamore on John Ce Foe's black
jj;- uie. Hill innocently ib"c'a:ed that having
f'.imd the "si ray." he was leading it to
'jl.-t camp's south an' you was
a-en.n' r.urthrat. recKon It's a i l'ar case of
rusllin'," decided the citizens of I u ly Wolf
"Sorry. I". 11. but we j,t nachaliy got to
trfng you-all up."
"Which it ain t to be took aa meanin'
no personal affront to Mr. Golibs." said
Ioe Jones, from Cripple Creek, ' but this
here's a, young commun ty. an' we got to
flgger on the prtncple of the thing."
Gobhs made a strong talk In Ids own de
fense, but a Jury of his peers condemned
him. and mi a sunshiny m miug Bill Go blip
was escorted to a secluded dell among the
ruees and urged to pjt a name to his last
" u' I tn fvf'r purt.ei- fcunip.n'
coinmenU'.l one entltus.axt.
'TUl'l whatever," useuted Shorthorn
Tracers, a brace dealer from the nation.
As was natural, the men of Cur'y Wolf
repaired to the Lo.i't Care saloon, ranging
themselves in thlrs;y rows before the
cherry bar Imported from Cretn River.
'Which pore Biii had his good hah'ts."
md Broncho Pete reminiscent!)', "but he
was Jest so cussed Impulsive they wa nt no
"Reckon summon orter to be hittin' the
trail over to Cinnabar City and a-brea!tln'
of the noose to his folks," observed the
barkeeper. "'Twon't be no mor;'n what
they got a riglit to expect."
"Wh le there here gents is a pondrrln" of
It. slip up another of them death-dealin'
potions, barboy," requested Carson Charlie.
"Whence come the rumor thai Bid leaves
a outfit behind to mourn?"
Miorthorn Travers shook the alkali out
of his whiskers, took a letter from the
pocket of Ills leather chaps and handed it
to Broncho Pete.
"Ad-dress. Mis' Wll'.um G. Gobhs. Cin
nabar City P. O ," Pete read s'ow ly. "Now
Bill, he's tipped 'em off In this his final
talk. An' I ain't d xib'in' that Uiar akirt's
pienty gratified of loain' of him."
"Which you air aiMimin' gratoctious."
objected Caraou Charlij. "BUI cguidn't-a
led no cotillions fur this bunch, but they
I must be places where even a snake attains
! a measure of pop'lar.ty. Whercfur I pro
i tests again sentiments beln' put In a widiler
lady's mouth an' her not by fur to O. IC. j
i the bet."
j A blackjack dealer from Sp ;l:a;ic nodded
to the barkeeper, who Instantly rjponded
! in the proper manner. i
; "Drink hearty, gents." Invited the host. I
j "We won't lie ailus here."
I Carson Charlie drnpped a t-ar into his !
"That's the croolrst part." he said brok- !
enly, "to thir.k how they'll be a-otdenn' '
: an' a-lickerin' up. an' us in our narrer
j The aasomuiaKe nnhetl In unison. '
Llonchu Pete softly rendered the chorus
of a pathetic ballad, e-ititld. "I Come1
Hack to ilv l iairie Home to Find .ihe'd '
j Went A-.vay." j
i .Melancholy settled, as a pail, upon his
1 he. ere. The quiet wit interrupted by the
tre'ule video of a child.
"I want my popper! Plejse, m.ster. haw
;ou caw him?"
r'lie was a unv. raven-haired sprite. Her ,
great blue eves were fastened upon the !
I man from Cripple. I
"What n oi.ght be your par a monaker.
little gal?" he asked.
"My popper's name is Mister Gobbs,"
"The hard-faced throng thrilled. Bronco
Pete choked In" his whisky and hurriedly
put the sleeve of his buckskin shirt to hm
"Who's got change for a thousand?"
cried Aiktii Arthur. He was a gentle
manly Chicaifoan, who Invariably wore
boiled shiita and carrieJ a gold t.Hjlhpick.
He occupied the lookout chair for Bronco
Pete's faro bank.
A clink of gold and silver answered
"Better give tier bills. hoys. They'r:
easier carried." siij.-gtsted the proprietor of
the Don't Care. "I kin fit everybody out
"Tase off our lltt! s rrlrero. babr,"
baid Carson Charl'.e, ge!iily, "we're a-iiiu'
tu fill up fur you to carry lo your m:n ."
"Which I'm shoie a piairiu durg if 11. 'Is
o'd iady ain't a-walliiu' up'n down oi:t
Kniel" exclaimed Shorthorn Travers.
A woman, clr.d in black, paced ta.'k and
forih in the hot street. At intervals she
wpi The men of C'ir'y Wolf anivered.
Her woe was of Uie.r maltiu.
' The gray fait hat was passed. Each man
! threw In a M till, after receiving it in
1 change froii the cash drawer
I "Run an' hand it to your bereaved
I parent, little gal." said Carson Charlie.
;witli tin -ontrollable emotion, "likewise this
i here letter."
"An' any time sie'i ever this a-way."
called Eronco Pete, "she'll find a wtl
. com", 'cause w e ain t as tough aa wo
1 With a happy shout the child flew to the
j woman in black, who bowed her thanks
1 and rapliily left the camp.
When she was out of sight of her bene
factors sha plunged lmo the uuderbi ush.
i "Juht in cpe thu real widow of that
Gubhs g'iy they swung up should happen
along t 11 ramu'iii coss-country to the
railroad an' seo what's doln" tu the next
Cairp." said she.
The men o Curly Woif wer s illrn and
f-artinus a - -.'ning sliT'.ows fell, for thev
had nsn eaily. a d a I rg day w ith the
Pnii . t arn'.i stock f ii'cd to !;e,'p tl.em
aniuib!". 1 Ik liicajro lookout had ri fused
; to go to work, t'arson Cbari:e was quarrel-
tie over his bar bill. The sp rit of str f.-
was f"fy h'i'e. wuen a rawbmed female,
jiiiagginj a nu'j-iiost.sl bj. cnte:ed lUu
"Fellers," she said, with a Sob, "you
hung my Willie this mornln'. I'm Mis'
Gobhs. an' a awell purvider's been snatched
from his lovin' family. Can't you scratch
up a little piece of change fur us to start
life noo with? We been wolkln' all the
way from Cinnabar City."
Amazed, they c insulted.
"We give up once." said Bronco Peid
sourly, "let It go at that."
" Gents!" said the proprietor loudlv, "listen
here! Thrm bills you got in chan;o was
all of 'em counterfeits! I seed you all had
holdovers, or you wouldn't befn auch
marks. Tour money's In the safe, which
each gita It by asUln'."
"Then that's one bet wo win," said Car
In turn, they drew their money, and left
!the saloon. Eill Gobbs' real widow- mid h r
Iron went drearily aftor them. A Chinaman
jwas standing in front of his reKia.iian;
"Kin I git a Job as waitress offa j.m"'
shi inuu'red suddenly.
The deal was made,
j Mrs. Gohbs, In a checked apron, w-atche
the gamblers como In for supper Wi.li
, evil smile, sho put n bottle labeled "Poison '
j'ntu her ample bosom.
"I "'P tiiey cot a good big imryir.'
i sround here." said she, "cause they'i-j
I shore a coin' to need it!" -New Vo: k Telegraph.
A life Hrsttset
of suffering with throat and lunii irouhli
Is quickly commuted by Dr. King s New
IMfccovery. .rX)c and $1.0". For sale by F'.. u
ton Drurr ''o.
AJt yovr doctor about Atjer't Pilh, feniy
laxattvt, all oegHaiU. He knawt why they
met Jincilu on the liner. f c f;c-'
It is impossible to be well, uimply im
possible, if the bowels are constin-trrt
Waste DTOdltCtS. P0i3Onoua euhr.tanreo
must be removed from the body ct least
once eacb day, or there will be trouble.
me aose or Ayer s fills is small, only
one pill at bedtime. All vegetable.
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