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ffffBBEEt OMAHA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1D13.
tO SHIP PIGS TO FEEDERS
Flood of Porkers at South .Omaha
Yards Will Be rattened.
COME IN FEOM DRY DISTRICT
Too Small for Kllllnir nnd HoTrni-
ntrnt Alda Thrlr Illaposal .In
Conntlra Where Corn la
It la expected that thousand of feeder
hog will within the next few months
be shipped put of South Omaha to the
parts of the state where the corn crop
Is Rood Arrangements have been made
between the Nebraska live stock and
sanltarv commleilon and the bureau of
ftnlmal Industrr of South Omaha to allow
these hoes to be shipped out oT the
yards to the localities where the farmers
will buy them to fatten. They have been
Ihlpped In from the Kouth I'latto country,
where the corn crop Is so short that the
farmer could not finish them for mar
ket. They aro not In such shape a to
& doslred for killing by the packers.
The rules with regard to shipping hogs
Cit of Soutli Omaha have been very strict.
Mi account of the fear of spreading
disease. It 1ms always been tho rule that
hogs once shipped Into the yards must
be kilted at tho packing houses here, or,
It shipped out, must be billed to packer
elsewhere. The arrangements now made
In this emergency Is to get the small,
unfinished hogs out to other sections of
tin state for feeders. However, before
Mpplng they aro to bo vaccinated and
kept In the yards the required twenty
one days before shipping them out. This,
It is believed, will forestall any possi
bility that they might carry any disease
In other localities of the state.
Too Knmll for Kllllnir.
Vor months these small hogs have been
ihlpped Into the stock yards at South
Omaha. The packers bought many very
mall ones, but when there came' from
the drouth-stricken districts carloads of
mere pigs weighing not more than fifteen
or twenty pounds apiece, the packer hud
til draw the line. They had no use for
such stock. Many of these sold for It
and less apiece to persons In Omaha and
South Omaha, who built llttlo pens In
their back yards to raise n nig or two
on s&rbnge'and weeds of the back yards.
Borne of these little fellows are thriving
nicely now and will make excellent killer
tt Christmas time.
In the northern part of tho state, where
the corn crop ran from twenty-five to
fifty bushels per acre, many of the
farmers are said to be anxious for the
day when the bars of restriction will be
let down, so that they can get some of
these fine little porkers out of tho South
Omahn yards. Some of these farmer
have hog enough for their supply of
corn. Other have not. Still other lost
all the hogs they had with the cholera,
so that when the opportunity is pre
sented to get a bunch of young stuff
that has been vaccinated Under govern
Stent supervision, they will Jump at tho
ihance to lay In a stock: for winter
Sdldiers Must Have ' i
The land departments of the r inroads
that operate in the vicinity of the North
Malta foitst reserve and tho Fort Nio
brara, military reservation, have been no
tified by the secrctry of tho 'interior that
n case where former soldier and sailors
J41re to register for a chance in the
- iifml lottery, it wtil not be necessary to
send copies of discharge paper with the
application sent with the power of at
torney. All that will be required will be
an affidavit of service.
llomeKeepiner Wbnten ffeea Health
The work of a home-keeping woman
tnakt u constant call on her strength
and vitality, and sickness come through
hrr kidney and bladder oftener than
hi knows. But it aho take Foley Kid
ney Pill their tonlc-itrengthenlng effect
will Invigorate her, and pain and weak
ret In back, nervousness, aching Joints
and Irregular bladder action will all dig.
appear under, the comforting influence
of this good and honest medicine. Try
hem. For sale by all dealer every,
119 IT. ICth Bl
Odd. p. Or.
Office For Rent
The large room on ground
floor of Bee Building, oc
cupied by the Havens
White Coal Co.
Nice Farnam street front
age. About 1,500 square
feet of floor space with
large vault. Extra en
trance from court of the
Fine office fixtures are of.
fcred for sale. Apply to
H. P. Fell. Bee office.
IS YOUR BOY A
If ho is not, it is your
loss and his, for all Droxel
They wear twice as long
ns ordinary boys' shoes,
thuB cutting tho shoe bill
in half. Thoy aro better
mado. of better material, giving the boy a neat, manly
appearance as long as ho wears them. Styles, button
Boys' 1 to 5, $2.50. Little Gents' 10 to 13, $2.00
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam Street.
A DREXEL KID1
1913 Milk-Fed Spring Chickens, 17c
Steer Tot Roast liUo an 10o
Young Veal Iloast "Ho
Pig Pork Ilutta 13940
Lamb Leg ia4o
Mutton Chops, 3 lba. for ItSo
Mutton Roast ,. 7o
No, 1 Lean llama 184o
No. 1 Small Ham llo
No. 1 Sugar Cured Bacon 164o
No. 1 Lean Bacon ..... mio
From 8 to 8 P, M., Lamb Ch0pa...6o From to 10 I. M., Porte Chops Uio
28 lba. beat Sugar 91.00
with 1 lb. Tea or Cocoa at 89o
26o cana Rumford Baking Powder 190
Quart Mwion Jars 48ot Plnte,...3fo
2(e oacka Kuno Pancake Flour BOo
Mason lor Stuffed Olives aa
7 bars Electiio Spark Boap aso
4 lba. Kidney or Chill Beana aBo
Beat Butterine, eijual to butter ft5o
Pkg, Creamery Butter,.., 30o and 33o
Froali coal arriving daily. Wo are handling nothing but t'ho beat quality.
Public Market Special $5.00 I Public Market Capitol $7.00
Illinois, good quality, nil Bites, f6 Cherokee Nut (tho genulno) 83.50
PUBLIC. MARKET HE
Changes in Time--Rock
Effoctivo Sunday, October 12th.
GHIOAGO DAY EXPRESS No. 26 will leave Omahn
daily, at 6:30 A'. M. instead of 6:45 A. M. ,
IOWA IXKJAL PASSENGER No, 302 will leavo
Omaha daily, except Sunday, at 10:00 A. M. instead: of
10:35 A. M.;wrill arrive atfOmoha nt-lO :50 P.!M. instead
of 10:19 P. M.
GHIOAQO-NEBRASIvA , UMITED No. 13, wost
bound; No. 14, eastbound, "will bo discontinued1 between
Omaha and Lincoln and will continue to arrive from
Chicago at 8:00 A. M. dud to leavo for Chicago at G:08
P. M. No. 14 will carry a Blooper outting out at Rock
Island, 111., and which may bp occupied until 7:00 A. M.
J. S. McNALLY, D. P. A.,
14th and Farnam Sts.,
THE NEW COAL-from the NEW MINE
Sounds like wood, but
it's Coal! Hot! Vigor
ous! Full of the eat "'
Energy that Counts. TryatM OR WIT
1aaatsirawisinaiiiiii siiaamimiawl h mtW im i i n ai 1 1 si i n. rn-mmrl
A New Collar, Long on Good Points
BH1HT8 VOn FAI.I.
RKDMAN L..U1KU 11.50
IJtOQUOIS LAHKL. :t0
saxx. ti mxsox
Makers of Troy's Best Vro4uct
MASSIVE VERMIS MARTEN BEDS
Post Special Price
Only one to a custo
mernone to (lealers
iupj oi mo wonucriut values rrom tue HOME OF LOW PRICES." These boda aro
strongly maie and are of oxtra height and muBt not be compared with undersized, lightweight
. j ' " . Duuioiiiuco unorua uisewnere at inaiirerent prices. View carefully
tho bed as Illustrated. It is exactly like the one you will see on our floor; It Is trao to life. These
iuwio, ,u uuui uio uiuuo ol iieuvy, iwo-incn continuous
posts, have five heavy lateral rods or fillers, full steel
anglo side rails and are ornamented with masslvo chills.
Tho entire bed comes In the beautiful Vcrnls Marten
finish, which Is absolutely guaranteed for ten years.
Never before has there been offered you a bed of such
nign grodo, character at such a remarkably low price
Special for Saturday only
JuBt like illustration; has sis
largo eight-Inch 'lids, full steel
body, non-war pablo baking oven
large upper warming closet, nickel
trimmings, ana is sot on a high
bottle I a
fascial lor Satsrsiy
CEIAR OIL MOPS
This is a high grade floor mop
with a heavy filling, has a long
handle and sufficient oil to last
for several months; soil wmgb
everywhere at J1.60 7lA
EltS cut your
coal bill ONE.
Largest line in
the city; prices
TIMELY OFFERINGS OF STANDARD
DRUGS AT SUBSTANTIAL SAVINGS
Stocks at .these stores are always fresh and seasonable it
4 comes and goes so fast under the pressure of our big and
busy trade of four big stores. Read Our Every-Day Prices:
DRUGS AND TOILET ARTICLES
25c Allen's Foot Easa 14d
60c Dr. Charles' Flesh Food.24
26c Bromo Seltzer for 14J
26c Carter's Uttle Livor Pills.l2d
36c Casforia 215
25c Cutlcura Soap
60c Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. 29c
60c Carmen Powder ...... ,29
60c Canthrox 29t
60c Doan'a Kidney Pills. . . ,34i
26o DeWJtt's Little Early
$1.00 Duffy's Malt 74
26o EspVy'B Fragment Cream.l.lA
Fellow Syrup 64M)8
Horlick's Malted Milk, 34, (jfji
26c Frostllla 4
$1.25 Qude's Pepto-Mangan . 79J
50c Pebeco Tooth Paste. . . .
$1.00 Pierce's Favorite Rx. -G4c5
$1.00 Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery , 64d
25c Pond's Vanishing Cream. 14i
50c Syrup Figs 29
$1.00-$2.00 8. S. S. -50ei-S1.09
25c Swift's Enchantress Soap.l4
50c Sempre Olovino 29 d
50o Toujoura Jeune 29d
25c Viola Skin Soap 9
60c Viola Cream 19
25c 4711 White Rose Soap. .12
25c Woodbury'B Facial Soap.l4
$1.00 Wine Cardul , 54
$1.00 Hyomel, complete. . . .J4
Hind's Honey and Almond
26c Haller'fl WHch Hazel
Llsterine . . -9Kl4-29-5SJ
26c Lyon's Tooth Powder. .14
26c Laxative Bromo Quinine. 12
25c Massatta Taicum 15
25c Monnen's Talcum (four
$1.60 Oriental Cream
60c Papa's Dlapepsln 29e
$1.00 Pinkham's Compound. 59
25c Packer's Tar Soap. , . . .X4
(Big Perfume Special
80c Dabrooka Locuat Blossom
Litract, per os.,, ,...B9o
Roae Adore, Jockey Club and
a doieu other standard Triple
Uxtraot Terfumes, per os...89o
Water for . . .
Ulao ' Toilet
lloger & Oallet'a Violet da
1'arroe lix tract, per ox. C3o
Mary Qardcn Perfume, per
IloublganVa Ideal Perfume,
per ox 8 US
Coty-a Co., Paris, Fine Perfumes
at Cut Prices.
Q loves ..39o
Inge . .. 49o
inge . ...090
best kind. So
3 So to 91.83
Rubber Ir Bass , . . 35c to 31.83
J-quart Wrfter Bae o
I BBBBBBTnTaaBBal 1 f
The "Violet Duke',
are tho latest things for mi
lady's toilet table. '
Violet Dulc Cold Cream 35o50c
Violet Dulc Talcum 25c
Violet Dulo Toilet Water. . .75o
Violet Dulc Vanishing Cream
Read about them In the Sat
urday Evening Post.
OMAHA'S LEADING PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORES
Sherman & McConnelPs 4 Rexall Drug Stores
he&mjlv as xccosrers&x, xmua oo., xsui and soara sts.
LOYAJj rsuui&DT, i.oya Hotel siocr, norm loin nx.
owl satro co leth ud smn nt.
nJUaTAXS 34th aod rarnaa Bt.
Concentrate your advertising in The Bee.
There is a Bee in almost every home.
SO ALL THE
WOMEN MAY KNOW
What Will Prove To Be the I
Biggest Sale of Coats, Suits,
Dresses and Furs Ever
Inaugurated By Any
Merchant in tho
Will Take Place Monday Morn.
ing at 8 O'clock.
AT THE NOYELTY COMPANY
014-16-18 North Blxttentu street.
"We will place on sale Monday several
thousand of the finest Coats, Suits,
Dresses and Fur Sets, worth 1 23.50 to
$30.00, at J12.60. '
Take a walk down Sixteenth ttreeS
Saturday or Sunday and see our dl
play windows. Tou will aea Just a
few examples of what you may expect
to find here Monday. Theia jarmenla
are offered to you Monday for half and
even less than half of what they aro
actually worth. Tou will never Know
what real bargains mean unless jrou
take advantage of thla remarkable sale.
Other Items ko on sale Monday which
we are euro will be of greatest Interest; '
to you if you will watch Sunday's pi
pera for- our ads. '
THE NOVELTY COMPANY
014-lO-lS Worth Sixteenth Street,
Chambers' Academy of Danc
ing will open season 1913-14
for lessons and classwork,
October 7t.Ti 1Q13
Annltr-aflnna tni. nw.n-x . .
v. "uuiiuicui in ciaasea
can bo made now by calling D-1871
Roller Skating will begin
Bntrabce on Farnam Street.
Do You Know That the
Bible Teaches Two
Come out and hear what Pastor
Daniel Toole o4 New York City haa
to say on this subject In hla loc
'Faator Toole 1b forceful In pre
sentation, plnnv In n . i.
and convincing In argument.
An 'ltniip annn. I .... t .
tills -Blbln jflRhn'nr nnnnt K.,
m In Jacob's Hall, at the corner
of 17th and Dodge Sta.
Seats Free. No Collections.
BOVD THEATER STOCK CO
J. DAVID HEKBLW la
Popular JPrio. Augmeaud Orobas
tra. Kext Week Beverly of QrafftTi-v
lS " WED. ui BAT,
ia txh yrxroBzera rods
auy Mat, is-as.soo
S&EI LEE WRBTHow,
With Joe Hortlg's "OXXTOSB OEEIiS"
Snappiest of all Fun Shows. Just ai
Presented Eight Weeks at Columbia
Theater. Chicago. Alpine Quartet:
Great Cast; QlnEery Beauty Chorus
sauces' snni matikeb today.
Tha aittutloD of Onhum vttna U ullal tt
iia ttct tht tvnleht Uie ruiuUn rites pronvUr aft
Prl- oUrr. .Oc, Btlconr, IS;
! 50c and 7lc.
Tonlg-ht. Bat. SUt. and Vlgbx
VT. A. Brady's Production
WAY DOWN EAST
The beat of all rural pUys
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