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Till? OMATTA DAILY TWT.i FIHTAY, JUNE 20, 1003.
Great
JO Q
5a Ic of
Hen'
Shirts
Saturday
Mmgr Dress Goods Remnants
Seasonable Fabrics at the Most Extraordinary Bargains
Mulls, Dimities, Orjandies, Brilliantines. Mohairs, Voiles
Etamines, Eolines, etc. on Sale Today.
Silk Mulls.
Dimities,
WASH
DRESS tiOODSl
AT So
All sold regularly at 50c yard, Friday, p:r yard
Imported Dress Goods worth $3 yd, at 35c piece
The highest class dress goods, Imported from France and
Germany, in silk, wool and fancy dress goods. There are
also many voiles, etamines and silk eolines. Tluse splendid
dress goods are worth up to $3.00 a yard. 35c
at, per piece
Sicilians and Mohairs at 12ic a Piece
One hundred bundles of Sicilians, mohairs, brilliantines,
black, cream and all colors, enough to match Tor skirts,
children's dresses and skirts, ramarkable offar 1 2C
at, a piece 2
Black Silk Remnants at Half Price
Black silk remnant of all kinds black taffetas, black peau do sole, black
China silk, black fancy silks, all bo at one-third their regular value.
Plain and embroidered pongee, enough J2.B0 Black and Colored Grenadines
to match for waists and en- f 45 jncheB wije, ft 7 1 r
tire dresses, worth up to tlC . O JL 2V
11.60 a yard, at "t
111 aL- Taffptn Kniifinnt. basement 48c
BVK IHIICIO j.
emnants of Fancy Silks corded silks, surrahs, wash OQ
illks, etu., basement 19o and
Rci
Bill
Remnants of laces. Inscrting-s, galoons and bands
worth up to 25o a yard, at IOc, 5c, 2 I -2c and 2c
Embroidery Remnants Embroideries, headings and. insertions,
In narrow and medium widths, worth up to 2oo, at 7 l-2c, 5c, 3 l-2c
Rettinant Sale in the Basement
New mercerised white walstln
worth up to 75o, in long mill 2fC
lengths, go at, yard
Double fold black mercerized sateens
and Farmer's satin, worth up f Cfj
to 60c yard, goes at, yard a-
Light and dark 38-lneh percales, the
kind that sells for lOo, goes 2C
at, yard t a'
Fine bleached muslin and cambrics,
worth up to 12V4 fiXc
go at, yard u'v
Regular 7Hc bleached muslin, Cir
long mill lengths, go at
28c drapery Swisses, for, IOc
yard svjv
One big table of 1H yard lengths all kinds of Ingrain carpet IOc
worth 860 yard, goes at, a pleoo
"GREATEST MILLINERY OFFER OF THE YEAR"
$1 TRIMMED STREET HATS AT IOC
Another glgantlo purchase of trimmed street hats on sale Friday In
the basement millinery department. Upwards of 400 dozen of new
smart stylish trimmed street hats, guaranteed to be worth at
regular sale no less than 11.00 Friday, at
). f.. Prxnbti & pons
DISAPPEARS WITH THE CHILD
Louis H. Potta Takes His "Ward Out of
Court's Jurisdiction.
MOTHER OF GIRL BREAKS DOWN IN COURT
Tatar Vlnsontaaler, Who Had Ordered
tit Child Produced la Court,
Issues Warrant for tho
Arrest of Potta.
1
There were some sensational develop
ments In the habaea corpus case In which
Hannah Begerholm is endeavoring to secure
possession of her daughter, Mabel Beger
holm, before Judge Vinsonhaler yesterday
morning.
The first intimation that there was any
thing brewing in the matter came when
C. R. Bcott called the clerk of the court
up by telephone and requested him to with
draw the name of Bdott as attorney for
Potts. The case had been set for yesterday
morning when the parties were before the
court Saturday and when the case was
called the mother waa present with a num
ber of friends.
Mrs. Potts oame into court a few minutes
later and announced that her husband,
Louis H. Potts, had left home Wednesday
and gone to parts unknown to her, carry
ing with him the child who was to have
been brought into court yesterday morning.
When questioned she maintained that she
knew nothing about her husband's plan to
take the child out of the Jurisdiction of the
court and that she did ' not know where
he had gone. When the mother found
that she could not even see her child until
Potts could be located she broke down and
cried, while friends endeavored without
avail to comfort her.
' A warrant was Issued by the Judge and
placed in the hands of the chief of police
for the arrest of Potts and the recovery
of the child, and the officers are now look
ing for him. The case was continued until
the child Is recovered.
Chamberlain' atomaen and Lire
Tablets Better Than PUIs.
The question has been asked. In what
are Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
TabUU superior to pills? Our answer Is
-They are easier and more pleasant to
take, more gentle and mild in their action
and more reliable, as they can always be
depended upon. Then they cleanse and In
vigorate the stomach and leave the bowels
in a natural condition, while pills are mors
harsh in effect and their ub la often fol
lowed by constipation
' Balduff and the Fort Crook band at
Hanscom park Sunday afternoon and ev'lng.
For Bale Due bill on one of the best New
Tork City hotels at a good discount. Ad
dress IS M. care Omaha Bee.
dresses, lace and embroidery trimmed. Mauy of thet-e
skirts and frowns gold for 4fl.R0 to if l.K.1. Corset covers
and Urawcis at 4Sc, values
Hen'
Shirts
Saturday
worth 7Sc
at 29c
Silk Mousselines
Fancy Organdies
n
10c and 15o drapery Swisses, fc
at, yard J3
Pin dot dress swiss, worth iCn
up to 40c, at
Printed dimity that sells for '71c
I60 yard, goes at, yard
Fine Eephyr and Bcott gingham, Qlp
the 18c kind, at, yard OJV
Pine white dimity lace lawns, cross
bar nainsook, remnants, all IOc
go at, yard avv
Fine mercerised walstlngs, short J flp
lengths, worth BOo yard, go at..v''
One big table plain and fancy CKtC
weave black lawn, at, yard ...- a
All kinds of prints In mill
lengths, at, yard
.21c
10c
JJ. PtnnbtU & pong
TUB BEJTJfETT COMPACT.
. Groceries.
We can and will save you money on your
table products.
Japan rtoe, special, 4o pound.
This is worth at least So.
Salmon, 1-1 b. can, 10c,
Oil sardines, can, 4a
Pickles, assorted bottle, So.
Potted meats, assorted can. Sc.
Baked beans, 8-lb. can, lOo.
Jelly, assorted glass. So.
Woe, pound, Bo.
California prunes, pound, 60.
FREE.
Buttermilk, ice cold and delivered to all
visitors in our Butter department.
Smoke sale
for all the smokers.
Cremo cigars, each, 2fto,
t for 60,
10 for 26a
CANDT SPECIALS.
Burnt peanuts, lOo lb.
Several hundred pounds on sale at this
price, .
Balduff and the Fort Crook band at
Hanscom park Sunday afternoon and ev'lng.
Very Low Special Excursion Rates
To Boston, Mass., Saratoga, N. T., and
Chautauqua Lake In June and July, Lib
eral terms and stop-over privileges.
Qn and after June 14 the new fast train
from Chicago to Buffalo and Intermediate
points, 6:15 p. m. dally.
For time cards, regular and special rates,
etc., send postal card to H. L. Purdy,
Trav. Puss. Agent, Erie Railroad, Chicago,
111., or D. M. Bowman, Genera Western
Passenger Agent, Chicago, ill.
Fank II. Kobrraon.
ILLUSTRATED LECTURE
ON JAPAN.
$00 beautifully tinted miniatures.
Friday, June 26, ( p. m.
City Hall, Assembly room, 6th floor.
(Elevator service.)
For every one In Omaha who wishes to
come.
Admission 63 cents.
The Low Hates to nation
Via the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern
railway, afford a delightful opportunity for
an eastern vacation trip. Tickets on sale
June 25, 26 and 27. July 1, 2, 8, 4 and 6.
Full particulars on application to M. S.
Gllos, T. P. A., Chicago, or by addressing
C. F. Daly, Chief A. U. P. A.. Chicago.
Half fare to Boston June 24, 26. 30; July
1, 2. J, 4. Long limit. Stopover privileges
Choice of routes. Through cars to Boston;
no change enroute via. The Northwestern
I Line, the only double track route. 1401-1103
I Farnam street.
5c
MRS. J. BENSON
SALE OF
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
Two Special Values, $1.15, 48c
This lot of ten dnzen at $1.15 in
cludes a variety of skirts and night
up to S3c.
flWUSffi
Kl.l lAHI.n STORK,
FRIDAY IS REMNANT DAY
In tho Groat Domestic Room.
This Is the greatest remnant sale we ev er held In Omaha. Over a carload of white
and colored goods at a emull trifle of their original coet.
HERE ARE A FEW
B0C TABLE LINEN 25C.
Extra heavy quality unbleached table
linen, 60 Inches wide, worth 00c Qtlr
yard, for one clay at yard Sw
60C TABLE LINEN 37HC
60c quality full bleached Irish table linen,
62 inches wide, guaranteed all QTfl.
pure linen, lor one day at yard.... J I aw
75C TABLE LINEN C.
75-? quality silver bleached Herman table
linen, extra heavy quality, all pure linen,
Inches wide, for one art..
day at yard 4J
15C ETAMINE DUCK 8AC.
The new etamltie white duck for ladles'
HKirts ana boys' suits, worth 150 Ql.
yard, for one day at yard QSC
3T.C WHITE GOODS 12HC.
One big table sheer lace stripe batiste,
iiuiiinuoK, uimity ana rnndrai
Ing, worth up to 35c yard, for
one day at yard
MT-KT.TNT KC Tllin
waist-
124c
Indian head and buck head muslin. 36
inches wide, Sc value, for C
one day at yard QC
65C LINEN FINISH SHEETS. 42C.
Linen finish bleached sheets, size 2H yds.
wiur,, it, yns. long. 3-incn nem, JlrJl-
worth 6ic, for one day at fS.C
16C PILLOW CASES 12V4C.
16c quality pillow cases, extra fine quality,
" -xao, ine ioc value, tor 111.,
one day at , I9C
86C COLORED WASH GOODS
REMNANTS 12HC.
6,000 yards remnants of Macname laced
sinpea organdies, Swiss muslins, dotted
Swisses, French batistes, corded batistes
How is This for (MYDEN'S CHINA DEPARTMENT
11.25 Decorated lemonade tankards, 25a
"60 per set flow blue cups and saucers, 80
each.
Seml-porcelaln dinner plates, 3a
Fireproof pudding dishes, 6c.
GROCERY DEPARTMENT.
We are about to make a big change In
very cheap to get them out.
All brands of Laundry Soap
At per Dar
Very fine Prrunes
3ic
Per lb
Very fine Evaporated Peaches
6k
.74c
-er id
Very fine Evaporated Apricots
rer 10
HAYDER3
Ji
ft. Lsajszy
Bargain Offers
' .: ::::: ' : '
Smoke Omaha's Finest " fJ
5c Cigar- the ff 1
rcl (7
S- n ill I IV V Jk Park A Telford-
, I I I 1 I I V Ml Favorlta 15 slr.es.
V ll I I t I ( B. Rodrlguei Charles
I ill V - J the Greatr-12 slies.
E '' 4 I 1 " Enuello Lopes Lord Temple 10 slies.
k f Tel- 1500 ,or bo' We deliver.
Ky W. F. Stoecker Cigar Company
SsT" 1 " i "nil I "iii'iiiii"- i.iin r 1 fJ-ifj!
Friday Special In Children's Clothing Dept. 3d Floor.
$6 Splendid Vacation Suits at $2.35 Swell 35
little suits in Norfolk sailors, sailor blouses, Jr
double-breasted styles and three-piece suits, Hay """""
worth up to $8, at
Boys' S60 Brownie Overalls ages 8 to 8 third floor 18C
Boys' $1.00 Madras Shirts on third floor 3Qc
Boys' 75c Mothers' Friend Blouse Waists third floor 2Qc
Boys' $1.25 Washable Bailor
at
Boys' $1. SO and $2.00
at
WASHABLE KNEE PAINTS
a to ltt at
Men s All Wool Pants at 89c
400 pairs of well made Pants fully worth $2.00 a pair QQ
tomorrow at 0"w
A Little Money
put in the bank Is not a talent hidden in
a napkin. It Is earning all the time; Its
work goes on while one sleeps, and even
Sundays the capital is growing larger. We
open accounts for one dollar or more and
pay 4 per cent interest, compounded every
three months.
J. L. BRANDEIS & SONS, Bankers.
Dnrrlal Trulu to Bohemian.
State
Toornasnent.
On Sunday, June 28, the Burlington will
run, a special train to Wllber, NeD., leav
ing nt 8 a. m.; returning will leave Wllber
nt tv m. Fare. 11.60 for the round trip.
See me for particulars. J. B. Reynolds, City
Passenger Agent, 1502 f arnam Bt., umana.
The Wabash Hallrnad
"In the Good Old Summer Time" offer
many special rates to Boston, Indianapolis,
Baltimore, St. -Louis, Saratoga, Detroit,
Atlanta and other points.
Call at city office, 1GU1 Farnam, or address
HARRY E. MOORES. G. A. P. D ,
Omaha, Neb.
Sperial Matinee Friday.
Last performance of "Graustark" Fri
day afternoon. Owing to the great demand
for seats they have decided to give a spe
cial matinee. Any seat In the house Id
cents.
Ko More Klota In. Hlrhmond.
RICHMOND, Va., June 25. No further
rioting growing out of the street car strike
was reported today. The rt'Klments ordered
to reinforce the military altvmiv here have
all arrived and heavy detnehments have
been placed at all danger points. The com
pany commenced running cars on three
lines this afternoon. There Is talk of hav
ing martial law declared.
IMfiilrl 1'lcale! Picnic!
The only picnic of the season will be
he'd by the Omaha Platlduetschen Vereen.
Sunday, June 28, at Ruser's park. Carry
alls leave Thirty-second and Center streets
everv Ave minutes. Train as advertised
cancelled by the railroad company.
COMMITTEE.
8,14. TBI eit.TBI S14.TB!
Chicago and return June 14-16-30. July l.
Good till September 15. vfa "The Northwest
ern Line." the only double track road. 1101,
HU1 Farnam St.
Balduff and the Fort Crook band at
Hauscam park Sunday taruoon aud ey'lng.
CM'
itKi.iAni.K sruiih.
ITEMS AS AN INDEX
And 1 1 u m (inn ..nit emivAa mtinmm m n A
tloral designs. In pieces of from 3 to 10
yards, and several pieces of the 19 1
same design, Friday Ia3c
80C COLORED WASH GOODS
REMNANTS 10C.
6,000 yards remnants of Irish and Scotch
printed dimities. French lawns and ba
tistes, corded batistes, Scotch madrases,
yard wide zephyr King-hams, plain col
ored chambrays and wide and narrow
corded black India llnons. In pieces of
from three to ten yards ' ift
Friday tC
2C COLORED WASH GOODS
REMNANTS 8S4C
4,000 yards remnants of corded printed hair
line batistes, light grounds, colored
printed lawns and oatlstes and ni,
black India llnons Friday (JSC
15C COLORED WASH GOODS
REMNANTS 6C.
4,000 remnants of Scotch and Irish dimities
and lawns, seersucker and dress ging
hams and yard wide light and C.
dark percales, Friday tfC
6C SUMMER PRINT REMNANTS 2HC.
10,000 yards remnants of summer prints,
great assortment of light and medium
colors, In pieces of from 2 to 10 Ol
yards, Friday fclC
200 SAMPLE SHIRT WAISTS.
200 ladles' sample shirt waists, assorted
styles, worth up to $6.00, O Cfl
Friday tiOU
A few of those Rainy Day Skirts
left black, gray and I Oft
blue, Friday liSO
35c decorated milk pitchers, 10a
100-plece Imported porcelain decorated
dinner set, $4.69.
Decorated toilet sets, $1.69.
Crystal berry and fruit saucers, lc.
our grocery department and will sell goods
Very fine Currants
Per lb
Very fine Pears
Per lb
Very fine Raisins
Per lb
Very fine Evaporated Apple
Per lb
.74c
84c
.74c
54c
BROS.
IS
- &
in Boys' Clothing
Bults basement ROC
all linen two-piece Suits
,
39c
12Jc
25o and 35c kind ages
Lien's Overalls 25c
It's the usual &0c kind; blue, with a nar
row white stripe, full cut, every pair war
ranted not to rip; sale price 25c; not more
than two pairs to any one customer; on
sale Friday and Saturday. While we are
talking about overalls, let us remind you
that we have the agency for Carhartt's
celebrated union made overalls, "no others
are as good." If you are going to buy a
new suit for the 4th, why not look over our
Alfred Benjamin clothes; we show an ele
gant line of Benjamin suits at $15.00 and
$18.00, which Is less than one-half of mer
chant tailors' prices; If there is anything
wrong about the tit we remedy It free of
charge. If you want a good suit at a
more moderate price let us show you Kohn
Bros" make. We offer special value of the
Kohn Bros suits at $7.50 and $10.00: be
sides we sell suits at $5.00 the looks and
make-up of which will surprise you. The
Guarantee Clothing Co., 1519-1521 Douglas
street.
PAUL'S
CHOICE INKS
AND MUCILAGE
Write for prices on Paul's
Qold Seal, Record Inks
used by
Banks and Uankcn,
Life and hire Insurance
Companies
and
Mercantile Houses In Fvery
City and Town In America
New style quart, pint and half
pint bottlus.
Paul's Ink Co. are manufactur
ing a full lino of Inks, mucilage
and paBte. and ink in bulk.
Prices quoted on application.
PAUL'S INK CO..
s I IS Ninth Ktrest. Jorsty City, N. J.
SALE.
Bale of uni'l. timed storage Roods at auc
tion at L'"7 Pallium utrtrt Stturday, Juno
10 u. m. All kinds furniture, carpets,
ruga, stoves, fine ball rack, parlor Utblo
aAtl other (ooda
u
1L
SCULLER
MUELLER.
1313 FARNAM STREET.
P AH OS
liE begin to see the finish of
those twelve carloads of pianos
Mr. Mueller bought at half price
on his recent eastern trip.
They are
moving fast
nd we give fair warning to our
friends who are thinking of a
new piano that the last of them will
positively be sold this week.
Investigate
The WOO piano selling for $240
during this sale is a sample of
those offered- -it is a 1903 parlor up
right Colonial or carved beauti
ful genuine mahogany, walnut or
oak case best ivory keys fully
guaranteed and you may choose
from several makes you know to be
good.
SAVING ALMOST HALF
PUT the saving in your pocket by
retting one of these today.
$600 Pianos for $360
S500 Piano9-for 30O
$450 Pianos -for $270
S350 Pianos-for $2IO
$300 Planos-for $180
$273 Planos-for $165
On $5.00 monthly payments.
Choice of twenty makes.
Choioe of fiftoen designs.
Choice of all woods.
Don't delay. Call or write at
once. We ship pianos everywhere
on approval Money back if yeu
say so.
Pianola recitals Friday from 3
to 4 p. m. Factory tuning and
repairing by factory men.
TELEPHONES:
ma ha I62S. Council Blaffi 368
IOWA BRANCH:
502 Broadway, Council Bluffs.
Made by hand. -
The wild-sheep wool
picked, cleaned and card
ed by hand the yarn
dyed with home-made
moss dyes by band the
fabric spun by hand.
That's the tale of the
creation of our Specially
Imported Donegal Hand
spun Homespun.
Shrunk by hand, cnt by
hand, sewn by band, fin
ished by hand.
That's the tale of the
creation of a MacCarthy
Homespun Suit.
Want one? We'll want
but $25 to $45 if you do.
MacCarthy
Tailoring Company,
now at
304-J06 S. 16th St
Next Door to Wabash Ticket
Office.
Phone 1808.
Ladles'
Waist
Pin
Sets-
STERLING SILVER d OR
In sets of three .Oll.fciJ
STERLING SILVER
In sets of three Pins and
Lett liuckle to match
$2.25
ALSO A LARGE STOCK OF STER
LING BELT PINS 11 TO 10.
Brown & Borsheim,
JEWELERS AND WATCHMAKERS,
222 S. 16th St.
urn $3.00
Gold
Crowns from $2.85
FREE
In order
every mim,
Work done Thl Offer
ih.V.Tor Oood Until
material June 20.
to increase our clinic, we want
Aoman and child to have their
Kitu examined by the Pro
fesKors. Work guarantied 10
rum. Incorporated under
tale Law.
'ituHWfWATtl
Hi.ins from 25c Teetn KklrtcUd HHRR
Aluminum Plates from IV. Hrldg werk Iron i.Sl
UNIONDENTL COLLEGE
OF PAINLI SS nrNTIKTKY.
192 J Douflai. 0pi daily tl I. SuaJaM f te .
Didn't Get Your
Clothes
when they were promised, ehT That
Is the way It goes some places, but
not at The Pantortum e make II a
rule to get things out iromilly and
when promised. We give you Hist
clans work at popular prltfa and
guarantee it in every respect. Try ua
THE PANTOniUM
OMAHA.
407 So 15th St Tel. KxJ
t
Over 700 Men's
Negligee Shirts
at 75c each.
Worth $1.00 (Si $1.25
Kvery man in Omaha will have a
chance to add to his supply of cool negli
gee shirts today.
A great many men will go to the high
priced furnishers and pay f 1.00 and $1.25,
according to their fancy, for exactly the
same shirts as we are ottering today for
75c. Tor these shirts are sold in any
amount of good stores that are proud of
them at these regular prices.
Every shirt is new this season the
styles are handsome and varied cut gen
erously full and will fit any man who
wears a 14 to 17 collar.
ON SALE
FRIDAY at
4 4 4) 4
Mg ""WaWfflWsTHaaaBaaBaWBB 1 BBnURnmMfr
MLUbKT bUHULIVI, JEWELER
107 N. I6TH ST., OPP. POSTOFFICE.
Wedding Ring Headquarters
Largest stock of fine 18-k Wedding Rings in the city. All sizes,
shapes and weights. The Tiffany is the popular shape.
X Just give ns a look when you
HAVE YOU
It Is a purs ORANGE syrup and is excellent to use as a winoh
for social entertainments, etc puncn
ICIrSiHERBET08 M WATER
irLir11 otia.un,r, as a sweet lelly, pudding, sauce eto nvi.'
LA5lathe "ly tURE ORANGE drink onths i market. TRJ IT
Bold through the grocery and drug trade. "
Manufactured by the Los Angeles
' Fruit Juice Co., Los Angeles, Cat.
W. H CLEflENTS, Distributer, a 19 South Eleventh Street, Omaha.
1 1 t r O OTTLE XZ-
Carefully brewedthoroughly aged -absolutely pure
finest quality private brand rick flavor physicians
prescribe It best of all costs no more.
g2
Daltrcna te say part M Oaskt, Cemell Bluffs mr
4nter a case from the . 1 T T
umn lewpnone leez
.or LEE -MICHEL.L, wholesale
PREPARE
now by buying one of our handsome U
L
ana our prices are right.
Take a look, anyway. Society Stationery 25c, 86c and 60c per box.
MAWHINNEY 6l RYAN CO.,
JEWELERS AND ART 8TATIONERS. 13th and Douglaa Sta., OMAHA
Selection packages sent to responsible parties. Mall orders given careful attention,
WRITK FOR CATALOGUE.
IT'S YOUR OWN FAULT
I It you don't get a good grip or suit case for less
f than a poor one would cost you, because we carry
I the best and are selling them at
I Tweaty Per Cent Discount.
I Come In and Investigate.
F Repairing done. Telephone 1058.
IAIIA-TRMK-FACTORY- fast.
A GREAT MISTAKE
It Is certainly a great error for anybody to buy a Sewing Machine Just because
It Is cheap, without being convinced about Its merits. There are too many cheap
machines In the market. We hand'e the best and they are really the che.iiiest.
They can always be depended on and will outwear three or four of the mall houe
machine.
P. E. FLODMAN & CO.,
Phone 1574.
There Will be Music
Hiring music the kind that everybody
likes (lowers and SODA Yes, soda that 1m
worth coming for; soda that's different
from any you have ever tasted; every kind
of soda; nut and fruit HUudacN, f:itn y
litlXKil sodas, KHOZKN BANANA I'l'l -KINO
AND KKO.K.M STRA WHKKRY
IThTARD will be two leading specialties
for our KTH'NTAIN OPKNINU, SATl it
KAY, JI'NK '.'7.
v IWi.'b Ivldney rills ??c
liiki f'utlcura Bitlve X'.'c
Hut klmrt's I'llls :i'.u-
fiv luanl till !".
.t Hire s Rout Heer U !
H..0 Oenutne C'HStorli .' , "I''
II t0 lvruna ,;"c
l no Miles' Nervine TUc I
What's the use of paying mure Hum !
these prices? We dUver any phtce In the
city at Bdvertlsed prices.
6io l.liiuosoiie 4"c
! l'lnk of Perfection 4"c
I O) I'lerce's goods t'c
SCIIAEFER'S
CUT PRICT
DRUU SI OKU
Twe 'Phoaes 74T an TUT.
iek a4 Chicago Slreels. Omaha.
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SheriDaa UoCoaaell Prug Co.. Omaha.
75c
think of buying a DIAMOND.
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Fff'R R P Wf N Q CO.
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dealer, council mrr r
FOR RAIN
mbrellas. We have a large assortment
1514 Capitol Ave
This Atomizer
OCT.. BY MAIL .
25C ( 35c )
It works per
fectly Fine
watur oil at
omiser for
t!6c. Hy mall.
Write for
catalogue of,5!i.
drugs, Pa-f-y r,
clnes and
rubher goods
of all kinds.
Shtrman&McConnell Drag Co.
Wholesale and Retail Druggists,
Omaha. Neb.
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