THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1903.
OSTRACIZES THE ONE WOMAN
Kay Ba Good Entngb, for Bona, bat Canote
fitaj ia Ontba Librarr.
WITHDRAWS AND SEVERELY ARRAIGNED
Vise Tobltt FM ilrt Aether
as Well Book mm OalU
It Factor of
"The On Woman; a Story of Modern
Vtopls," has been withdrawn from circu
lation In tha Omaha Publlo library. This
happened Tuesday after the book had been
accessible to patrons for six weeks, or
from the time published. f
Miss Edith Tobltt, librarian, aaya tha
novel Is "coarse, irons, crude and with a
tendency towards the Immoral."
Despite these flaws It has been, the most
popular volume of, fiction In tha llberary
thla year. Mora calls have been received
. for It than for any other book. It haa
been read with avidity by all classes. No
protest sh eve been registered officially and
Miss Tobltt says, frankly, that she has
cast out the book because she does not
believe It Is worthy of a place on the
ahelvea from the standpoint of literature,
esthetics or ethics. . Briefly and bluntly
ahe has no uae for "The One Woman,"
Which was written by Thomas Dixon jr.,
author of "Tha Leopard's Spots."
"Had I read the book before It was pur
chased It nerer would have been In circu
lation In thla library. ' The novel seems to
me so crude and melodramatic that I can
find no reason why It should be considered
even commonplace literature. It seems to
teach no lesson, although the effort to
moralise Is evident at any rate It falls to
Impress in thla regard. Farts that are pro
fessedly Intensely serious ere funny. The
pardon Incident and the myriad difficulties
that surround It have the ring of the
genuine 'ten-twenty-and-thlrty-cent' pro
ductions. "Judging from The Ieopard's Spots' I
anticipated the author's 'last novel would
be superior, but it is not. It la utterly , im
possible to read every bok before it Is
admitted to the library, bue I am sorry I
did not have an opportunity to read thla
one first. There have been mora calls for it
than any other novel of the year."
Not Kit for Edith.
Unofficially criticisms have been blown
about concerning the asserted unfitness of
the "One Woman" frr the mind of tha
young and tender. Olie mamma la quoted
as saying that she sat up very lata read
ing the novel "with great Interest," but
ahe would not like to have Edith read. It.
Edith never got the opportunity, as the
book was disposed of the next day and the
household knew It no more.
' Says Miss Tobltt: "I should call It a
caricature of a novel. The author tries to
preach and ha makes you laugh. On the
whole I think The One Woman' is coarse,
In fact about tha coarsest thing I remem
ber reading. ln my opinion tha book does
i not make immorality especially detestable.
and yet It deals with grossly Immoral sub
jects. Whatever la bad In the book eth
ically Is not relieved by literary excellence.
There ia no fine or delicate construction to
aweeten the bad taste."
Tha baslo themo of "Tha One Woman'
ia tha so-called "Christian, aoclallsm" and
its ultimata and disastrous effects. Love
of . the most Impassioned and unrestrained
variety makes the novel of Interest to
varyons who reads. It might have been
Inspired by some incidents In tha life of
Prof, lierron, tha Iowa, educator who found
Justification In his philosophy to desert his
wife and family for another woman.,
In reviewing tha book Tha Bee said: "But
Gordon could not be convinced. If ever ft
man waa made to drink deeply of tha
waters of Borrow, shame and degradation
that man waa Gordon. His faithful wife
waa true te him to tha and and before tha
cloae of tha story they are reunited. The
book is a splendid and forceful defense of
tha saoredness of the marriage ties."
, Btop scolding tha operator and talk with
your lips cloae to the mouthpiece, of your
transmitter and your telephone service will
be much Improved. '
la Attractive Loeatdaa oa the Omaha
V Eitemslea Chicago (treat West
Tha townslta department of tha Great
- Western railway announces that an open'
Ing sale of lots will take place at Wight
man, Calhoun county. Iowa, October ST.
Special provision will, be made to accom
modate thoae who wish to attend the sue
tloD. Including a one-fare round trip rata
from all atatlona on the Great Western
Railway to Fort Dodge, Ia., and excursion
trains leaving Fort Dodge at 1:30 a. m., and
Omaha. Neb., at :30 a. m.. on date of
aale. For particulars addresa E. B. Maglll
Manager Townalte Department, C. G. W
Ry.. Fort Dodge, la.
' Horse covers maae ro fi your horse.
Omaha Tent and Aanlng Co.. Uth and
Very many of the errors . In telephone
Service are cauaed by tha subscribers them
elves. A subscriber calls for 13SC. Ho
gives the 1 rather faintly and the S9 In a
louder tone of voice and central hears only
the S3. If parties would give each number
aistlnctiy many errors could be avoided.
Waatod, Ftrat-Claas Bookkeeper,
"One who haa had several years' expert
once In a bank. To the right man a good
alary will be paid. Address T 11. Bea office.
ft. V. COLE. W. it. MCKAY.
Cole-McKay company, undertakers and
embulaaera, 1617 Capitol axe- TeL tA. '
DOG IS SENTENCED TO DIE
Caalao Who Bites a llolo Throagh
I.ad'a Los; ia Ordered Shot by
Judge Berks baa Imposed a death sen
Battle Smith complained that her neigh
bor, Anna Davis, was harboring a vicious
dog. The Davis woman denied the charge
and claimed her dg waa aa mild mannered
aa any little lamb ever born, whereupon
HatUe Bmltu produced In evidence a sonv
fcer-tlnlea youth named Peter Olaas, In
. whoso leg the Davis dog had Inserted his
beautiful white teeth, muklng a hole nearly
big enough to aee through. This evidence
of the dog's vicious propensities decided his
fate and be waa ordered shot. The Davis
woman protested and waa fined K. whloh
fine Is to stand auspended when the dog
breathes Its last. Court Sergeant Whalen
was delegated to execute tha will of tha
court In regard to the dog.
Much of the poor telephone service Is due
to the parties not placing their Hps close
to tne part or toe instrument which trans
mits ins sound.
I-i-U-T waiting all want you.
The telephone romunv furnishes
parstua. but good service depends oa
i im m vf uiv lugKnucr, jail
vur lipe close to the moiuhpleos.
Have Root i-nut it.
rwi"..L-A. E. vara 8 years, October
t -I rf.v it I )). dl from elJui
Every Amsrican Take Off HI Hat to
tb AM ana Felr-niaded British
Representative oa tha
LAS KAN BOUXDAIir CQUMISSIOX
Asserleaa . taatentloa. Ho ' Waa '.
Big Katsgk Jast
F.aoagh to Bay So. ,
Tha Alaskan boundary question haa been
more or less menacing since Secretary
Seward paid Russia $7,900,000 for Russian
Amerlra. There has never been much
oubt about the terms of tha treaty with
Russia, but after Alaska and tha North
west Territory began to attract attention
Canada and tha United States Have been
trifle Irritable along, tha coast from .Van
couver ' to Mount St. Ellaa. When tha
Klondike gold fields were discovered the
prospect of friction was promptly discov
ered. With characteristic good senna
AMERICANS AND CANADIANS
agreed upon a tentative line and each
government has recognised that line as the
International boundary. For more than two
years we have gone about our bualneas
and patiently awaited the conclusion of
the matter. Our patience Is rewarded by
complete victory and the victory la ours
becaase the British representative on the
commission was broad enough to do Justice
even at the risk of offending a British
TUB BARKERS RKHERVK L.IFB,
congratulates Americans upon the result of
this arbitration. It regrets the disappoint
ment of the friendly folk to the north, but
both sides In a hot . contest cannot win,
In every contest waged by this aggressive
young home company for Western Ufa
Companies as against the Life Insurance
TrUHt, the Bankers Reserve Life has found
Americans , favorable to. air dealing. Jus
tice appeals to the noble impulses of Amerl
cansand when i
D. H. ROBI801V, PRSIDKHT,
sends his efficient campaigners out to pro
claim the glorious gospel of home industry
In Life Insurance as in business generally
against alien combines, be directs the rep
resentatlves of the Bankers Reserve Life
to deal. fairly and hone&Jly with competitors
ana all others. No other policy pays. . Eng
land, through Lord Alverstone, recognises
the principle and Canada will sooner or
later bow gracefully to the Inevitable.
DOCTORS HOPE FOR RECOVERY
Physielaas Atteadlaa- Staaley Rose.
water Hold Oat Brighter Prom.
' Ises to Pareata.
Letters from ClTy Engineer Rose water.
who la at Ann Arbor, Mich., at the bedside
of his son, Stanley, who Is seriously 111
with typhoid fever, indicate that the doo-
tora are hopeful -of the young man'a re
covery. Mr. Roaewater writes that he and
Mra. Ronewater will remeW until the crisis
la passed. . . ,
When you are talking. Into your trans
mitter with your, Hps cloae to the mouth
piece and you, do not hear the other party
It la because he ia not talking with his Hps
close to ha mouthpiece and you ahould tall
Bosssis SeBBl-Aathraelte Coal.
No smoke, no cllnkerlng on grates, Is par
ticularly well adapted to thla climate. Dur
ing mild weather, when' very little fire la
required, by closing all drafts Bonansa will
make a alow, smoldering fire, thus keeping
the house at a. uniform temperature, while
Pennsylvania anthracite will die out en
tirely. Price, K per ton.
CENTRAL COAL AND COKE CO.,
409 0. 16th St Talephonea 1221 and 1695.
A .very entertaining concert and dance
will be given at Osthoffa hall. 616 N 16th
St., Tuesday evonlng at '7:30 o'clock, under
the auspices of the Progressiva club, at
which Hon. Edward Roaewater and James
B. Allen, candidate for sheriff, will addresa
tha meeting. A large attendance of colored
people Is assured.
On Tuesdays, - November I and 17, the
Missouri Pacific railway will sell both one
way ' and round trip tickets at very low
ratea to certain, points In Arkansas, Kan
sas, Oklahoma, Southwest Missouri. Texas,
etc. Stopovers allowed on the going Jour
ney. Limit of tickets Is twenty-one days.
For further Information call on any agent
of the company Tho. F, Godfrey, Pat.
and Ticket Agent, 8. E. Corner 14th and
Douglas Streets. Omaha, -Neb.
Dr. Hersel Nordaw gate No, 14 and Bisters
ot Zton gate No.. TO. Knights of Zlon, will ,
give us annual nan. ana ounce Sunday
evening, Ootober 25, at Woodmen hall,
corner Sixteenth street and Capitol avenue.
- Car of Thaaks.
We wish to extend our heartfelt gratitude
to all our dear friends for their sympathy
and kindness to us In time of deepest sor
row for the beautiful flowers and trlbutea
of love at tha burial of our dear son Harry.
Especially do we wish to thank the govern
ment' employes of the bureau of animal
Industry at South Omaha. May God bless
them all and raise up friends for them In
time of need Is the prayer of
MR. AND MR9. W. K. JACOBS.
Car af Taaaks.
Wa desire to express our appreciation for
the sympathy extended us by the fire and
police commissioners. Acting Chief Mostyn,
tha Ancient Order of United Workmeti and
our friends In general In our bereavement.
SAMUEL CL'SICX AND FAMILY.
Dcssarrer Is Deferred.
Tha .hearing of ths demurrer filed byathe
Board of r'lre and Police Commissioners to
the writ of mandamus Issued by Judge Sia
baugh last week, asKlng the chief vt poilce
and the lire and police lonimlssion to show
cause why they should not sfti-ct the arrest
of the proprietors of .the "Diamond pool
room," where. It Is alleged, gambling Is
being carried on. wss deferred by judge
Baxter until Monday afternoon at io'cliK-k,
when Judge Extelle will have returned and
the demurrer will then be taken up for ad
judication. Metarr Settles tor May.
On the arrival of the mother of Frank
Goodwill from Tekamah. the young lad
charged by Clarence Tunnel! with the theft
of $41.76 from tha American newrstand, 2UI
South Fourteenth, Ave weeks ago; a settle
ment was effected and the boy waa given
his '.iberty. Mr. Tunr.ell sold that It waa
not lila desire to pruaecute Ooodwilt: all lie
wanted was his motley back,, and this being
arranged by Goodwtlra mother ths charge
aaainat him waa quashed with the permis
sion of the county attorney.
Tbs following birth snd tths save
been reported to the Board of Health:
iiirth-John B. Klc. 6010 poppieioa ave
Deaihe A. K. SawaUI. 191$ Douglaa, M:
P. J. U'Hrun. died In Salt Lake city, ki;
Alfred MlLheela. died In Wise MemorUi
ho Ita', buuta Calhoun, Neb., lu.
Many people become angry when told how
tj use a telephone and yet very many peo
pU Uo not use It properly.' Talk with your
l!ta close to the moutlipicca.
O lms LevoJi f-het work. Tel. SOS.
SERVICE NOW ESTABLISHED
The character of the service of a broker
age house Is the first consideration to any
ons Interested In grain or stock speculation.
Assuming that a broker Is honest, which
he must be to remain In business year after
year, ma otner easenuais 10 me success or
his customers are summed up In tha word
What ia meant by service ran hardly ba
described In a brief statement. It means
promptness In the filling of orders, accu
racy and reliability In the market quota
tions and fair dealing upon business lines.
These are the qualities that have built
up the business of the Coe Commission Co.,
which has recently extended Its Inter
national wire service to Omaha, Sioux City
and intermediate points. The same quali
ties have been tha basis of upbuilding of
this concern years ago until It now ex
tends from New- York to the Pacific coast
and from Winnipeg and Montreal to Mason
and Dixon's line. It' will readily be under
stood that an extensive wire system cover
ing the country as does that of the Coe
Commission Co. gives facilities not equaled
by any other grain and stock brokerage
house In America.
A list of the cities In which tha Coe
Commission Co. and Its recognised corre
spondents are now operating embraces
every principal city and town In the north
western states and as far north as Winni
If we should call our 'place of
business the Omaha Duplicate
Works you would not know what It
meant, but that is just what it Is.
a place where duplicate parts of
your Stove, Range or Furnace can
be had without waiting to send
north, south, east or west for
them. It is for your nccommoda
t on and our pleasure that we carry
In stock almost 1,500,000 pounds
of such duplicate parts. Our fur
nace men are skilled, and prompt
attention can now be given to your
OMAHA ST0YE REPAIR WORKS.
When your feet nche and burn,
when your corns bother you, you
can cot relief by wearing our
shoes. "Ease, Elegance and
Economy" Is our motto.
$3.50 5 $2.50
Regent Shoo , Go.
203 So. islh St.
THE 80 CENT STORE
A special line of framed pictures,
new subjects, complete, Afn
worth 12.00, at JG
iSo for framed pictures worth 60c.
S9o for framed pictures worth 76c.
49o for framed pictures worth 11.00.
98c for framed pictures worth $1.50.
11.98 for framed pictures worth $3.60
Fine framed pictures at leaa than
Pictures Frame J to Order
A newly constructed shoe for both
men and women. Made with a heavy
whits felt Inner aula, making tha sole
very flexible. A noa-conductor of oold
and damp, leaving the feet always, at
an even temperature and perfectly
dry. As these shoes ara made on the
foot form last, together with this
added Inner sole, It makes them vary
flexible and comfortable.
Any else or width, H. '
For either man or woman,
DREXEL SHOE CO.,
1419 Farnam Street.
aaaka'a L)0-to-Dt Stug H ouae
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
rassUr aaa llately Articles. I
peg and Brandon, Manltobs. This covers
the whest country of North and South
Dakotaa and Minnesota, the wheat centers
of Minneapolis and Duluth. the mining
country of Montana and the Lakes and tha
wheat areas ot .Washington and .Oregon.
It also extends through Chicago to Detroit,
Cleveland, Buffalo to New York and into
Canada, connecting Toronto, Montreal and
Over 176 national and state banks are
tha depositories of thla giant brokerage
system, which haa offices In over 150 cities
and towns In the territory stated.
Tha liberal policy which haa been adopted
by the Coe Commission Co. from the be
ginning has had much to do with tha
growth of this business. These are covered
briefly In tha following rules of business.
(1.) The commission charged for handling
wheat is only half that usually charged by
brokers that la, l-16c.
(2.) The Coe Commission Co. char gee no
Interest for carrying long stocks.
They announce in some of their business
literature that "If you are paying Interest
on long stocks you are throwing money
The local office of the Coe Commission
Co. Is at Room A,New Tork Life build
ing. Thomas Waddtck la correspondent in
Cadillac $750 ,
Autvear $1,750 ,
White Steamer $2,000
Every rtachine Is a Leaser
In It Class
We Have on Hand .
A Brand New
This machine has not been run a
mile and was taken In trade for one
of our Cadillac Runabouts. It sells
ordinarily at $750 f. o. b. Kenonlm,
Wis. It Is equipped with clincher
tires costing $10 .extra and the
freight from Kenosha amounts to
$3T. This makes a total of
We sre not agents for this ma
chine and In order to dispose of It
at once we offer It for
1516 Capitol Ave.
' GOT KIDHEY TROUBLE?
WANT TO GET RTD OF ITT t)tD YOU
KNOW WE GUARANTEE CRAMERS
KIDNEY AND LIVER CI RE TO CURE
KIDNEY TROUBLE? WELk WE DO!
YOU TAKE NO RISK ONLY TAKE THE
MEUICINK LIKE THE LABEL DIRECTR
We sell the 60c size for 40c and the $1.00
sise for 75c.
Mall orders filled for everything In tha
drug, patent me Heine, rubber good surgical
Instrument, fa mil v liquor, toilet or sundry
line st CUT PRICES.
$1.00 Peruna r- CTo
$1.00 Pierce's Medicines fee
$1.00 Temptation Tonic 23c
36c genuine Castorla 24o
r&c Laxative Bromo-Qulnlne 16c
25c Quinacetol guaranteed 20o
50c Donn's Kidney pills , K9c
50c Cuticura Salve 89c
25c Carter's Little Liver Pills- 15c
Bic "Catarrh Rein" guaranteed S0c
$1 Chester's genuine Pennyroyal pills. .$1.10
$100 German Kimmell Bitters Too
LOWN12Y B CAM'"va.
B. T. YATES, Proprietor.
Tst Paaass T4X aaa TT.
lath a ad Chicago Streets. Ossaha.
Shoes of Style
People of Taste
Correct dressers alwaya And a
shoa to their taste at thla store
tha correct and fashionable
shoe for any occasion.
ar sold through us
MAKER TO WEARER.
They are made especially for
us. to sell to our own custom
ers, to make and keep our repu
tation with, to build our busi
ness on. They're right In style.
In quality and lnx price.
i i ir irr i 1 ""
THE LEADING PIANO HOUSE
OP THE WEST.
A piano, Just at the present
time, may be secured on terms
unusually favorable at
At astonishing reductions to make
room for stock now arriving.
Pianos by nearly all the well known
makers Included in this sale. For tha
sake of convenience wa divide them
into three lots.
Lot No. I-
$135 to $185
This lot Includes used uprights of
welt known makes. , Splendid pianos
Also at -$140 -"'Tra
niwv hi iT tono and tloji.
$150 to $190
New uprlRhts In mahogany, oak and
walnut cast's, In a varity of designs.
Pianos ofthls class have sold for very
much higher prices. They are the
greatest piano bargains ever offered
In this city. Each instrument carries
Lot No. 2-
5135 to S235
These prices are for pianos manu
factured by Ilrms of the highest re
pute, and are thoroughly reliable. Wa
canot recomend them too highly.
Lot No- 3-
Parlor and Concert Grands are ot
tered at the same relatively low prices.
Buyers at a distance should write
for wpeclal bargain list and Uso our
schedule of freight rate on pianos.
Wo ship pianos everywhere.
A handsome piano book, Illustrated
in colors, free.
Special Sale of Stiest Music
MUSIC FOLIOS, Ml'SIC BOOK8
AND SMALL INSTRUMENTS from
now on to November 1st.
7ao music, for 3no
.600 music, for 2fc
10c music, for 0o
New Starr Dance Walts. No. 3, .
regularly sells at 75c, for..... 40c
New Starr Hand Waltz, regularly
-ll for 78r, for Co
SPECIAL SALE on new and popu
lar instrument and vocal pieces. Get
'Anona,' "Polka Lot." Rumbling
The Dennett Co.
I6tb and Harney Streets.
rim i T
I INDIAN BEADS, t
The fad of the Day.
We carry tho largest line of colors
In BEADS of any house. Bend us
your mall orders of any color possible;
we can till your wauls. Loomn to
weave beadwork, out tern books,
needles, everything pertaining to the
BEAD work. Also the largest and
most comp'eto yarn department in the
west. We WHOLESALE or KETAIL.
and can fill your wants for any quan
tity. JOSEPH F. blLZ
S3 8. 16th St.
. - NEBRASKA. X
He has . designs oh"
'Xb kind that Biases your
a siaOil out that make;
Wkeatoa, Ut Artist.;
Telephone M .1 s. ,r
B32a . A
Bea BtJj, Room 7. Telephone 7Ut
wsr. MeryaClsrk, LuSwij &", ,
Coupons with every purchase. The most liberal and valua
ble tickets ever given absolutely free with every purchase.
To still further prove that these coupons are absolutely free,
note the, prices quoted, for the following sales. No other house
east or west can or will offer sqch
Tho largest and most
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
Get In their work.
Tha reputation of Acorn Stovea ia euch
that buyers come from all parts of the
city and South Omaha to aea them, and
when they find that notwithstanding their
very high, quality, our prices ara from
five to ten dollara lower than othors, tha
sale Is about made. Ara you willing to
get tha best and eava a few?
Oak Stoves, $8.00 up.
Acorn burners, $5.00 up. v
Cole's Hot Blast, $10.00 and up.
mm aa e fll I
jgim iiussie iiarCaWaro uo., rcaix
"If you buy It of
Kern Incandescent Gas Llffht Company. Chicago.
D. W. Dudgeon, Agent,
Plumber and afltter. 'Phone I96& 2910 Farnam St.
YOUR DEMTAL WORK FREE
' Our .ucoess Is due to the high grade work done by tha professors of thla
"UPKl,NrrU.r -y O.r ew Patent Method.
gave your money.
We save aching teeth.
We save ulcerated
We save old roots.
We can save 86 per
cent of . teeth others
- 'In TV.AV'VTm'aI ? "tH "aKOKS
TeetU E. raced KKKK
...... m x&e
Bet of Teeth -
1, U V H
WEBSTER SAYS A BOOSE IS
1. A large web-footed bird of the
J. A tailor's smoothing Iron,
t. A silly creature, a simpleton.
You can see the first In sny barn
yard. The second we can show you
in our tailor shop. The third U tha
man who wears alop-ahr. hand-me-down,
lll-flttlng clotiies, when he can
have us makeiiin Imk like a gentle,
man In perfect fitting, stylish gar
ments. You can aee him on the street
HELCREN & CRADMANN,
J09 South Sixtcantli St.
For Menstrual Suppre3slon'-M.
SZrSSS. PEN-TAN GOT
1 a os : . M BM Ui Onutas tj Ikiiwa
HCvuuali 1U4 CO. MkU . Xl-i xtMrlua
sssaaVsyssiaas i a
OF OVERCOATS '
complete lino wo have
For riO.OO we can show you the best 4. 11
wool Keesey overcoats ever manufactured
for tha price. These overcoats w 111 not only
wear and give satisfaction, but wa also
guarantee them to be fust colors and re
tain their shape these coats are made up
of very fine all wool Kersey cloth and
come In black and blue made up with
black mohair sleeve lining, kersey facing
to the armholes, and have a very fine
Italian quilted body-lining, and are all
hand tailored throughout None worth
lens than $15 our special I A flfs
price for Monday only lU'Wll
For 112.50 and 115.00 we have over Z0 differ
. ant patterns, in all the latest and most
up-to-date styles to select from. In cassl
meres, frleses, cheviots, fancy cheviots
and vicunas, in oxford grays, brown mix
tures, fancy mixtures, plaid and atrlpes
and plain colors, made In medium and
long length, all with hand-made button
holes, concave shoulders and havo close
fitting collars, tailored equal to any IX.00
t $35.00 mude-to-order garments. Our
special price for Monday If? It
f 1-VfyO nnd iQiUtJ
liOYS' OVERCOATS AND REEFEltS. .
Boys' overcoats In all the latest styles and
fabrics, In medium and Jong lengths, In
plain blacks, oxford gray, brown . mix
tures, gray mixtures, plaids, pin cherks
snd pin In colors, at $.175, $4.50, i An
$5.00, $7.60 and up to... IC'UU
Boys' renters. In ages from 4 to 16 years,
in Irish frieze, vicunas and chinchillas, all
made with high storm collars - and knee
length, st Q Cfl
$1.50. $2.30. $2.!6 and OlWW
Competition is invariably
knocked out when our
low pricea on
Hussle lr rifirht
y-Mv- if y
Saves 80 Per Cent in Gas Bills
The Kern Burner
Highest candla power gas burner in
tho world eirea to suit space to be
lighted. -Shapes to suit your fanoy.
No blackened mantel or 'wire sup-
port; ' . ,
ttr- ua t.roltan nn
llr .UA t,rnlrAn rinwn teeth.
We restore dlacolored tetth.
We perform all branches of dentistry.
"oB ' M ATKHI AK CuJI el'rly and'avold
Al-aiiaaw fraai... .H.OO
irowns, irwm .
lllitr fluni trewsi ,,I.W
- - - . -r
W. T. WOOD & GO'S
Beat tools made and we ara ex
dualva western agent.'
' Tin we carry tbs largest lias of
Tools for all Trades
Pocket and Table Cutlery
IN THE WEST.
JAS. MORTON & SON GO.
IS It Dodge St.
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