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THFi BRE: OMAHA. KAMTRPAY, JANTARY 1. 10115.
NEW AND LUXURIOUS TRAIN
Northwestern and U. P. Will Try Out ;
Extraordinary Equipment. 1
WILL SIDETRACK AT NIGHT
It la to llnvc Kvrr)- Comfort of
Modern lintel mill Will Trnvil
IlctiTpeii Chlcnno nnd
From Our Near Neighbors
Starting February 3 the Northwestern
find Union Pacific will run a Sunrise
Sunset special from Chicago to Ios An
Keles. passing through Omaha. The train
will be an experiment, but It It comes up
to expectations It will become olio of tin
regular trains of the two roads.
The Sunrise-Sunset special will bo sld.
tracked at Important points during all of
the nights, running only during the day
time. It will leavo Chicago at 9 o'cla-l:
lei the morning and arrive at Omtilia at
10 that night. Hero It will remain until
S:30 the following morning, when It will
continue westward. Passengers, will he
five nights on the road, but each night
their train 'will rerrtaln on :i sidetrack.
Tho new train will curry seven-sleeper,
nn observation car. n diner and a library
and buffet car. For the Initial trip nil of
the space has been sold. Besides tp-;
equipment, all of which will be new, the
train will carry molds and valets, stcnos
raphers and a physician. The observa
tion car will be equipped with bathrooms
and barber shops. For fldlng on tnli
train there will be a $f excels tar"
The Ilalionli I'Iiirim
destroys fewer lives than stomach. -liver
nd kidney diseases, for which Klecttle
Hitters Is tho guaranteed lemedy. 5ol
For sale bv Henton Drug Co. Advertisement.
Key to the Situation-Ueo Advertising
J. tt Williams was down from Fremont
U ' F. Smith was a business 1lstor in
Mrs. Domlna was down from Fremont
on business Wednesday.
Mrs. Mehl and Mrs. FltJgeroId visited
In Omaha the first of the weok.
S. If. Howard went to Omaha Monday
morning and returned Wednesday even
ing. Mrs. Harrison enjoyed a visit from her
father and mother of tlrand Island this
Mrs. Anna Allen nnd i-hlldren returned
to their home In Omaha Wednesday nfter
noon. Mr. and Mrs. V. II. Thomas, who went
to California to spend tho winter, are
located nt Venice, Cnl.
Mrs. Weed and baby, who have been
visiting Mrs. Hints and Mrs. CJalnes. left
for their home nt Sioux Fulls. S. I)..
Miss Una Ambler of Onuilui was elected
principal of the Valley High school to
succeed Miss Anna Fehlmali. who re
signed. She will take up the work at the
I beginning of tho second semester, Janli-
, ury 20.
I The regular meeting of thq Valley
! Woman's club was held at th ihouie or
tho president. Mrs. B. M. Hi va , Friday
'afternoon. .Mrs. Ii. Erway, assisted by
Mrs. Oeoige Fonts, was leniler of the
lesson study and Mrs. Kddy had charge
of the music.
The sophomore cl.iss of the hlsjU school
will give a party in honor of Mls Anna
Fehhnan nt the home of Mr. nnd Mrs.
W. 3. Whltmore Friday evening.
Mrs. C3. A. Komi -entertained the nu m-
. hers of the Hlrthdny club nt her homo
Wednesday afternoon. Some of the mem-
leis were unable to attend on account of
Tho tunerul of Robert Oiowcoik was
I held at the home Inst Thursduv ut 1
I o'clock. Hev. Tavlor of the Methodist
j Kplscopal church officiated. Interment
: was made in the Valley eemetcrj . Mr.
' Growcock wus one of the pioneer farm
l era of this, vicinity, an old soldier and
was 73 years of age at the time of bis
1 death. Ho Is survived by a widow, two
daughter and five sons, nil of whom
were present nt the funeral.
The Valley library, which ts main
tained through the efforts of the Valley
Woman's club, was moved Into the green
room of Nets Johnson's confectionery
Wednesday. Iteadlng tables have been
provided nnd It will be oKn evenings as
well as during the day. Any person living
in Valley or vicinity is entitled to read
tho books of th cllbrary fre. Bo
sides tho books belonging to the trav
eling library there are about '.TO books
belonging to the Valley library.
James Walsh of Hcnson was in Water
Mrs. James Nlel went to Omnha Mon
day for tho day.
Mrs. A. II. Campbell wns at Valley
Charlie Colvln loft Sunday for tos An
geles. Cnl.. to Join his parents.
Mrs. Traber and Miss Herrlugtoii were
Omaliu passengers Thursvlny morning.
Mrs. William McWhorter and daughter,
Mrs. Compton, went to Omaha WetVics
day for the day.
Carlton B Noyos returned tjie flist of
the weok fioni a bntne.s trip In the wf st
em p.m of the state.
Fred Doling leturned Sunday from tho
hospital nt OtuiWia, wliere no nan nn
operntlon for appendicitis.
Mrs. Noyos Horrliigton and little daugh
ter, Hlnore, arrived Saturday evening
for a vrslt nt tho Heirlngton home.
Mrs. J. P. llnnger and little grandson,
Charlie Moore, went to Omaha Saturday
afternoon to visit relatives n day or two.
Mrs. King of Hooper, mother of Miss
King of our school, visited over Sunday
with her daughter and other teachers.
Mr. nnd .Mrs. . T. Waldron and chil
dren of Verdigris nie here visiting their
relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Waldron went to
J. W. llnpp of South Omaha, who now
owns tho Crelghton ranch, wa In Water
loo Inst Saturdnn look Ink' after business
connected witli the place
The Mystic Workois lodge gave a Ikix
supper and dance in the Wnlsh hall Sat-
uruay nigin i nero were h iniiiiuer u i
Invltetl guests. Kvery box sold nt a good
Peryl Hohwer entertained sU of his
boy friends at 7 o'clock dinner Monday
evening In honor of his eighteenth birth
day. A three-course dinner was served
and much enjoyed by all nnd tho ooca
slon was a pleasant one nil around.
The Sewing club was entertained by
Mrs. Oeorge Hoyor Monday evening.
Charles like of Kdgar, Neb., has boon
visiting Paplltloii relatives and friends
Mrs. Kmma Johnson visited relatives
at her former homo In Harlan, In., tho
first of the week.
Mrs. C. F. McCluro nnd son. John, left
Wednesday for I -is Vegas. N. M., to
spend the winter.
Kdwnrd Wr Ight of Wright .t Son Luni
ber Co. attended tho lumbermen's con
vention In Omnha this week.
Miss Hazel Hemple gave a luncheon at
her home In Omaha, Saturday for Miss
Roberts, who leaves for Peru soon. Tho
following from here nttendedr Misses'
Hoborts, Iniler. Linger nnd little Walsh
'and Mesdamrs King, Armstrong and
H. (5. Oreen will move to llushncll, N'eb.
If. .1. Phillips hns boon quite sick the
nisi lew nays.
"Owen McCJrady was on the sick list for
n tew days this week.
W. C. "Lant of Lincoln was a visitor
here the first of tho week.
Mrs. I:. C Oibersou Is visiting In Lin
coln with her sister. Mrs. Cooley.
Miss Alice Oates of Auburn lulled her
granddaughter, Mrs. It S. Johnson, a
few days this week.
The annual meeting of the First Na
tional bank wiih hold Inxt Tuesday and
the old officers were all re-elected.
Tho funeral of Mrs. Mnry Parks was
held at the Congregational church Inst
Tuesday nnd services conducted by Ito.
J. H. Andress.
The millinery stock owned by Miss An
nie Hltchman was burned last Tuesday
evening and almost entirely ruined. The
stock wns partially Insured.
Mrs. Chnrlea Schaeffcr of liagle drove,
la , and her non. F. A HHittcffer. of
Fort Smith, Ark,, wore In attendance at
tho funeral of Theodore Schaeffcr
After several months of visiting with
relatUes and frinuls m ncMern Ne
braska. Mr. nnd Mrs. Oeorge 11 Woods
returned last Monday nnd nre nt tho
home of their daughter, Mrs 11. T.
The pnMor of the Cougregntional
church, Hov. J. II. Andress, lias received
a call from Sheridan, Wyo.. nt a sub
stantial InvreHse In salary, lie will an
nounce his decision to the congregation
next Sunday morning.
After attending the meeting of the
Stnto Veterlnan association in Lincoln
this week, Mr. 11. Jensen of tho Kansas
City Veterinary college came to Weeping
Water on Wednesday and visited Ills
many old friends here.
Tho last reiKirt of tho city treasurer
at IIim meeting Monday night showed
funds on hand of over fl.POO.
Mrs. J. H. Cowles and Mrs. 8. V.
Olrnrdct went to Lincoln Thursday to
attend the funeral of Mrs, Gary Treat.
Deceased wim an elderly lady and former
resident of Weeping Water.
Airs. John Duff came up from Omaha
on Friday to visit friends for a week..
Miss Margaret Stilts of N'orth Plntto Is
visiting his uncle, John Carter, nnd
Irvlinr Fostei of Council Hluffs spent
last Sunday with John Schulixhllng and
Kdwanl Ui limn nnd Bett Wllklns nre
doing time on the fedeinl grand Jury In
O. A. flnthmaun nnd Wnlter Ijvrsen
left last week ou a trip to Chlcngo nnd
M. A. Anns wan called to Hlslng City
last Thursday by the serious Illness of
J. H. Waldo Is the only democrat from
this county to Focuro an appointive Job
with tho legislature.
Thomas Hanson of Lyons, Neb., is visit
ing for several days with his brother.
Prof. C. X. Hansen of Dunn collego.
Miss Winifred Wrench will fill the
vacancy In the high school caused by the
resignation of Mrs. riiuoo Hunsteon
Miss Uthel Menu. Miss Maud Dixon nnd
Hov. C. 1'. Ixmg were In attendance at
the Knworth league liamtuet In Omnha
Dr. and Mis Itorusteln were In attend
ance In Fremont at the meeting and ban
quet of tho Dodge t'ountv Medical society
Mike Harry one of ashlngton county s
substantial f miners, was taken to Un-
coin this weok for trratim lit foi .i
Ocorgo Fuller or ltoston and a lllnlr
boy of twenty years ago. wns it visitor
hern between trains on Sunday, He Is
stngo manager for the Frltnl-Shlff com
pany. TcUfimnh. f
The Hul comity fanners' Institute will
bo held In Tekamah.thls year on Feb
ruary IS and 19.
The Hoynl Neighbors held a big In
stallation service on Tuesday evening,
with social and supper following.
M. W. Hean, an old soldier nnd pioneer,
Is seriously 111 and little hopes are enter
tained that he will long nut vivo.
' Mrs. J. F. Neshlt leaves next week for
n throe months' stay In Florida with
relatives nnd friends along the oast
Arthur Marshall and Kllr.abetli Drown
were married on Wednesday ovclng nt
the liome of Mr. nnd Mrs. Andrew Mbert.
They will make their homo noui Tcka
mnh. Miss Klslo Warnoek of Wayne has been
engaged by the Tokamnli school ltonrd to
take up work in the high school as
teacher In Kngllsh. The rapid growth of
the high school department hns forced the
board to take on nn additional Instructor,
The body of Miss Kiln Klestor was
brought from Valentine Monday and In-ten-ed
In Tekamnh cemetery. Mis Kles
tor had made her home hero many years
ngo when her parents woro residents of
Tokamnli. She was a sister of Mrs. W,
S. llarker, wife of Kdltoi llnrkor of the
John Housley was nt Waterloo Thurs
day. Mis. II. (Mark was 1slted several days
by her father.
Mrs. It. It. IlnMvJn Is visiting the
Mrs. Gustavo Hansen entertained In
celebration of her birthday Friday.
The voting child of H. Hotiko drank
ronl oil and required the nld of a doc
George McArdlo vlsltnl at the homo
of his sister. Mrs. C. W. Haldwln. and
Mrs. Ilenr Hlohel and children were
here from Omnhn nttoudlng tho II. A.
Hansen silver wedding.
Mrs. J. W Housley entertained the
C C club Tliuisda Mrs. J. M. Brun-
iiet won the lint ii nut v -
Now lies the bettor pilm- ut a,
lumh was served.
Alfred Goodhnrd, Who wounded li i if
sometime ago with a revolver, is s'o
recovering at an Omaliu hospital
The Knights of P.vthlHS lodge i t,
Wednesday and tho second degree w n
conferred on Daniel and William Q-i, -n.
John McCormleU nnd wife Went to
tloncroft Monday to visit Mrs. Mi -inlck's
sister. Mrs. Chandler, ahd fain ,
Tho S-year-old daughter of Mr .
Mrs. Charley Labs died Wedne-dav
morning. She had been 111 about x
weeks with rhoummtlsm.
Tho sale conducted by Deldrlck K
Herman was well attended nnd tin
brought good prices. The highest P c
paid for milch cowh was 7l each.
Mr. nnd 'Mrs. H. A. Hanson celebrat 1
their silver wedding nnnlversarv m
turdny. A large numbcV of, relntlves n I
friends woro present to nsFlst them
Ivan Neeblo and wife are vlsltlli
Aurora, this week.
L. A. Hates Is nttendlng tho ine. ti ,
of the pioneers at Lincoln this week
Mrs. L. M. Hall visited relative t
Olenwood. la., tho fore part of the wit
Tho weather tho Inst week hns put .
twelve-Inch coot oMce over Schall s pui
west of towli.
Mrs. William Kenton of Fremont vlsl'
her brothers. Joseph nnd Thomas Add
man, over Sunday.
Tho Masons are looking for a building
- t.rnt n linll 111 fllA
spring. They have not determined on
the location yet.
Henry Springer, bettor known ni
"Prince Henry," died nt the liosplt.u
Monday evening. Funeral will be held,
Wednesday; Interment In the bprlngflclil
Ant Hint Hnnk Klcets Officers.
AUHUUN. Neb.. Jan. 17. CSpeoiaU-At
the annual meeting of the stockholders ot
the First National bank the following of
ficers wero elected: Directors, CTiurcIl
Howe, F. R Allen. Wlllam Campbell. II.
C. Kleckner. It. H. Howe. W. II. HaV,
W. II. Housfleld. Church Howe, prcsldenti
F. Vm Allen and 1L n. Howe, vlco prcl
dents; W. H HousfloliL cashier; H. "
Hows, assistant cawhlor; K. T. AvcVt
A splendid Itno of theso P9PU
lnr laces, the regular U5e to
75c yd. values, In :, lots, Sat.,
choice, yd. Iflrf 25tf 35
A Big Special
Job of Ribbons, fine assort
ment, to close at, yard, 5c
Pearl Buttons, groat clear
ance bargains, at
dozen 2!:c, 3lv, 5c
You Cannot Afford to be the Loser by Failing to Take Advantage of Satur
day's January Sale OfferiBgs The Scores of Matchless Bargains Herelisted smaiipft oi Those Shown
( 75C AUTO
flue line of Ladles' Auto
Scarfs In all the popular
shades, regular 50c and
To offer superior nssorlments of tho best that is produced to
Kivo our customers eijuul value at less price, better vultto nt equal
price Is the constant aim of this store. We're ninkiup; K"1 t" that'
tlic reason of our constantly iuci-oasing satisfied clientele.
$100,000.00 Stock of Men's Furnishings
and Underwear Offered in Our January
Clearance at Half and Even Less Than
Half Actual Value of Merchandise
The assortments and qualities, too, you'll find
mine pleasing than the mntchlcss low prices not
seconds or job lots bought for the occasion, hut
ljJr v'ic5 inMriu perfect sntiRfiu-tion to every purchnscr.
Don't buy One Dollar's worth till'Vou've examined these remiu-kalilc Saturday Hai-galns Vou'll
prtafit iiy tryiiiK here -first, lfere's a few qf the scores vof delinhtful values offered in Saturday's Sales:
15c Men's 4,fly Collars All
styles and sizes, on sale al,
each i 5c
Men's $1.50 Madras Shirts
Plain and "pleated bosoms,
all newest colors ami pat
terns; at, choice, t 49c
$1.50 and $2 Sweater Coats
Men's or boys'; on salt
at .98c and 69c
Men's and Boys' Gloves or
Mittens, JlSc values at 10c
Men'3 Laundered Shirts $1
values, slightly soiled; to
close, at 25c
Men's Outing Flannel Gowns
All colors, $1. and $1.50
values, stile 69c and 49c
Men's $1.50 and $2 all wool
"Shirts and Drawers,
at 98c and 75c
$1.50 sand $2 Wool Fleeced
Tnion Suits98c and 75c
12.511 and Wool Union
Suits, all sizes,
! at $1.98 and $1.45
Men'sTlannel Over Shirts
$2.50 and $y values, in blue
and gray, $1.45 and 98c
Men's 25c and 50c Hose
Lisle, cotton or wool, me
dium and heavy weight; on
sale at 25c and 12',4j
Men's Fine Sweater Coats
All wool, to $7.50 vnlticH,
$2.98, $1.98 and $1.45
Men's Gloves ami Mittens Kor
dress or work, to $2.50 values,
at 98d and
.Men's 50c Suspenders All kinds,
and all silk four-in-hand ties,
Men's $3.00 Hats
75 dozen oC them, choice nes
blocks, nearly all samples, to
$;5.00 values, Saturday, at,
your choice $1.25
20 Discount on All Men's
Fur Caps $1.75 to $18 values
at $1.40 to $4.40
Men's Winter Caps, cloth or
leather, fur lined, to $1. val
ues, choice 39c
All Boys' and Children's Caps
that" sold to $1.00, on sale
A big line of high grade
Hand UagB worth from
$2.00, $3.50 to $5.00,
choice 98c 81,H S2.0S
Ilemcmber wo fill mall orders from our daily ads. Thus our
out-oMowii ctiNtomei-s are Klven Ilio advantage of tho Special Sales.
Careful shoppers will muku selections for you and ship subject to your
approval purchase ju-ice refunded if goods nro not satisfactory.
Will keop liquids Hcaldtng hot
for 18 hours or lco cold for 30
hours; as good as tho best,
nil guaranteed perfoct. .QSd
25c Tooth Brushes . . . .10c
50o Hair Brushes 25c
Jki Handkerchiefs 2VaC
25o Ifandlcerckiefs . . . .15c
15c Handkerchiefs ...7MsC
Union Suite, val
ues to $3.50, all
wool or silk and
wool, all styles,
lins and Woolen
Knit Underwear at Prices
Pretty Muslin Gowns,
Skirts and Combina
tion Suits, regular val
ues to $2.50, in one big
lot, choice 98c
Elegant 'Muslin Skirts,
with elaborate wide
flounce of lace inser
tion or fine embroid
ery, values to $5.00, on
sale at $1.98, $2.98
Marcella Drafters, more popular than
over Mb season, splendid assort
ment, at, choice 49
Corset Covers and Drawers, prettily
trimmed with lace and embroidery,
to 50c values, at 25J
Union 8ult worth to $2.50, part
wool, j;rey or white, all sizes,
at .93o and $1.60
Union Bnlt, heavy fleeced, to $1.00
values, on sale Saturday
at ,..69o and 49o
Heavy rletctd Veita or Fanta, 39c
value, oa Halo ...,19o
Ziadlea' Wool Vaata or Pant, to tl
values 49o and 7So
Children's riaeced Union Dultf, all
sizes, 75c values 39o
Sweeping reductions in
men's, women's and chil
dren's Tan Shoes
Beit assortment and val
ues shown in Omaha.
Specials in Drug
1 barH of Ivory Soap for lBo
2 bars Jap Hose or 1'alnvollve. Soup. . lk
lCc bars White Iloo Glycerine Soup,
Large bIzo Vompela.ii Cream 49o
25c hIio Dr. a raves' or Sanltol Tooth
60c bottlo of Dr. Illnklc's Cascara Tab
10c Faco Cbamols So
$1.50 bottlo Oriental Cream 98o
50c bottlo 111 ud's Honey and Almoml
1 lot of 25c. 60c arid $1.00 Totlot Wator
Ko at : aso
$1.00 l'eroxlde of Hydrogen for SOo
26o l'eroxlde of Itydrogren for 100
26c size WIllllamH' Talcum for lOo
15o alio Alunyon's Witch Haiel Somi
Ono lot of Tooth llriislics ko at ... ,10o
$3.00 Wellington Syringe mid Dottle
guaranteed for 6 years, for. .... .33.00
$2.00 Combination lied Ilubber Hyrlnco
$1.50 rted or White Ilubber SyrlriKO 91.00
1.25 Hed Hot Water Uottla for 79o
75o lied Ilubber Uloves, for 86c
i F I llfla
Bed Spread Specials
Marseilles Bed Spreads,
fringe, cut corners, $8
values, each . . A S4.95
Imported MarHollloB Bed Spreads,
scalloped or fringed, worth $C,
Scalloped, fringed and hemmed Hed
Spreads, full size, worth $4.00,
Hemmed, scalloped, fringed lied
Spreads, crochet doelgns, worth
$3.00 each $1.98
hxtra largo, heavy hemmed crochet
lied Spreads, worth $2. CO each,
at . . , , jjq
Fringed and hemmed lied Spreads,
full sine, extra value, worth $2.00
There's No Secret About the Success
of Our Great January Sae of Women's
Ready-to-wear Outer Garments.
It's offering- and delivering superior values that has
almost doubled our sales over those of any previous
January. We always stand ready to refund your money
if you are not satisfied with your purchase.
YOU CAN SAVE HALF OR MORE
And have delightful assortments of the newest and boat
Tor selection1 horo Saturday.
uu.ti.x0 maue to sen up to 5fJu.w. J AE!
Imported novelties and chbicbillas, astrak- &Hjf
nun, jiuiuv uuuungH, line unracuis, oie. ;
iiowost designs and best colors, all sizes; HbJ
.ou una values, on saio at cnoieo...
III ... 1 l i
ivu our oeauiiiui
evening gowns and
dresses, including a
fine line of imported
models, on sale t
All our fino opora
coats and evening
wraps, not ono re
served go on sale at
The Choicest Stock of Fur Coats,
Fur Sets, Scarfs and Muffs in .
Omaha at Half and Less
Don't Miss These Splendid Specials
$35.00 Sablo Coney Coats, sale prico $13.95
$75.00 Pony Coats, bands neatly marked $35.00
Xear Seal nnd Brook Mink coats, made to sell at $98.00
the best brirgain ever shown, for $49.00
Long XXXX Seal coats with racoon collar and cuffs,. reg
ular $150 value, on sale nt $69.00
Tailored Suits, made to soli at $15.00, $18.00 and $30.00,
all the newest styles and most wuntcd fabrics, both plain
colors and fancies, .sale price, Saturday $6.95
Children's Coats, all sizes,
1 to 14 yoars, plain colors,
and fancies; values up to
$7.50, at $2.95
Children's AVaslr Dresses,
all now spring goods, $1.25
values, all sizes, G to 14
years, at 79c
All Ladies' Wool Dresses
at HALF PRICE
$30 Dresses, at . . .$15.00
$25 Dresses,, at . . .$12.50
$20 Dresses, at . . .$10.00
$15 Dresses, at . . .$ 7.50
$10 Drosses, at . . .$ 5.00
In the Hardware Department
Saturday's Big Specials in Gas Burners and Mantles
Inverted Gas burner, complete with globe and mantle ready
to put up, extra special ; 30c
Inverted Gas burner, complete with globe with bead fringe,
T .1 IT. . 4- -r.ii4l.ic 4Vi H,ilnvlor i-wllir nnili tCf
xuverieu aiiuuuo, - iui -a..--
Upright Gas Chimneys, each 5(C
4 Gas Shade in several different patterns, each 10c
Furnace or Coal Booopa Will fit any
furnace door: shaped jtiat right, made
of high Krade material and Junt the
thing for handling coal; special for
one day only ,...39o
Warrantad Aza 98c
Warranted Bock saws 89o
Z,arg-( axtra naarjr No. 3 Cold Blast
I,antrna 79 o
8PS0IAZ, BAZ.E OF SAD ZBOITB
A 4-plece Met Mm. PoUh' Irons.... 09o
The famous "WUlUma" Elactrlo Irons,
a written guarantee with ever Iron,
BIO SFBOZAZ, BALE OH HlOlflNQ
i-tt nasswood Skirt Boards, warranted
not to warp , . .390
5-ft. Ilasswood Skirt Board .......... B9o
214 -ft. Basswood Skirt Board .... 89o
BH-ft. Basswood Skirt Board 09o
Jl.BO "My Wlfe'a" l'oldlni Boards 91.19
1XL KoldltiK Boards 89o
Meats Meats Meats
T1V Haydan's for Quality and ' the
Xaad This for Saturday!
Illndquartors No. 1 Mutton, flrt
quality, lb 7o
Forequartors No. i Mutton, first
quality, lb 64o
t lbH. Mutton Stew, first quality, 9So
No. 1 Pork lolns, first quality, per
No. 1 Pork Shoulders, flint quality.
per lb lavio
No. 1 Boneless Corned Beef, lb...76o
No. 1 Pot Boast, flrBt quality, per
lb 10c, 8c
Fancy No. 1 Beef Bib Boast, lb...l4o
Home Made Hausase, per lb TMo
Bex Bacon, per lb loa
i) lbs. Best Leaf Lrd Vl.fO
Fancy No. 1 IIuiiih, per lb Io
Fresh Oysters, quart 38"
Our meat department Is now owned
and controlled by Hayden Bros, with
a full line of first class meats, fish,
bacon, hams or anything you want,
at a Having of 25 to 50.
PAYS Try Hayden's First PAYS
I TS HAYDHN'S THAT MAKEH TUtT I4UCKS THAT K BUP DOWN
TIIK IIIUH COST Op IjIVINU A Bavln of 25 to 50.
l-lD, roil sood table buttorlno . .17Uo
1-lb. brlckn fanoy table butteriue,
equal to creamery . . , , i 330
Tho best creamery butter, carton or
bulk, nothlnif finer for 40o or -45c
per lb., our prlco 370
Th best country creamery butter.
per lb 33o
The best No. 1 dairy butter. Ib. SSo
Full cream N. Y. White. Wisconsin
Cream or Youne America Cheeae,
Ths best fresh eBK's. nothing finer.
Tha Vtg-etabl Marktt of Omaha,
15 lbs. best Bed Blver Karly Ohio
Demand 15 lbs., the law requires it
Farcy Oano cooklns apples, per pecu
Lnro bunches fresh beets, carrots,
turnips, shallots or radlsheu ....-la
Fresh spinach, per peck 15o
2 bunches fresh hothouse lettuce 60
L.uree head lettuce, head 7Vio
Fresh cabbage, per lb. , lo
Fresh California cauliflower, lb.. 7Vo
Fancy rlpo tomatoes, lb. loo
3 large reen peppers lOo
Fresh brussels sprouts, Ib ISc
Fancy endllve, 3 for ............ loo
I.aro irrape fruit, each .Be
Fancy 7-crowii figs, lb, , lOo
Fancy Hallowe'en dates, lb. . , ,7o
Fa,ncy Fard dates, lb ISo
New strained honey, pint Jar 25o
Yeast Ioam, pkg.
21 lbs. beBt 'granulated 'sugar ..tl.tx)
48-lb. sacks best high grade Diamond
II flour, nothing finer for bread,
pleH or cakes, per suck ......91.10
10 bars Lenox, Beat 'Em AH or Dia
mond C soap 8S0
8 lbs best whlto or yellow corn
meal 1 ...,10c
7 lbs. best bulk laundry starch . .350
10 cakes Sllexd scouring soap . ...33o
Jell-o or Jellycon, pkg 7V4o
4 lbs. fancy Japan rice ..35c
8 cans oil or muBtard sardines ..350
4 cans fancy sweet sugar corn..3So
2-lb. cans fancy wax, string, green
or lima beans. 74o
. ... iQ
McLaren's peanut butter, lb. , .lsVio
Peter's Breakfast cocoa, lb. j....30o
Tall cans Alaska salmon . ..A...IO0
Tne best tea alftlngs, lb 10c
tloldon Santos coffee, lb 30o
Oranges Kara Advanced 91.00 Box.
Buy now before we have to advance
our prices. Highland Navels, tho
sweetest, Juclest and richest flav
ored oranges grown. Friday, per
dozen .ISc, 30a, 3Sc and 300
These will all advance So a doaen
in a day or two,
Butter, Chaasa, Bntterlna Sal Prions
3 His. good butterine . . - 3 80
Grape Nuts, Iikg.
Corn Flakes breakfast food, pkg.
The best soda or oyster crackers