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TIIE OMATTA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 13. 1003.
Saturday
L
Great
Picture
Grand Sale of Remnants
$2 Men's Cassimercs at 59c a Yard.
Splendid good. n plain colors, checks and psa S
stripes, strictly all wool, for mens & boys IT
wear and for rainy day skirts, yard.
$1 Yard Wide
Silk Satin at 39c
Thousands of yard
of lining satin In
browns, blacks and
all colors
at, yard . .
39c
Fifty-Cent
Vciveteenaat 19c
Remnants of velvet
eens in blacks, bluei,
reds, browns, all
$1 Silk Velvets, 49c
llemnants In 2 to 3
yard lengths, 3 and 4
to match, in black,
bluet, reds & browns
in silk de
partment
49c
69c
$3 DRE5S GOODS AT 69C YARD Remnants from regular de
partment, values up to $3 a yard, all on front bargain
square every imaginable fashionable cloth. suiting,
dainty party fabrics, vciles, etamines, etc,
at, per yard
$1 AND $1.50 DRESS dOODS AT 49C YARD Skirt lengths, waist
lengths and dross patterns of every up-to-date style and
and weaves, 84-Inch skirtings and dainty thin iQ
fabrics, at, per yard j
50c and 60c Dress Goods at ISc a Yard Waist patterns and sum.
cient pieces alike to make little dresses, klmonas, etc., all
the delicate shades, Including cream fabrics and French
flannel, albatross, veilings, challis, serges, d EJ
etc., etc., at. per yard 1 DC
Travelers' Sample Sets at 25c Each These sample sets have two
and tnree pieces matching, matting small dresses, skirts.
Mignest class goods manufactured In every con
ceivable color, at, piece
All shorter remnants of the above at 10c apiece.
25c
In Basement -at 2 I -2c Piece
X)ne bargain counter piled high
with every ImsiKlnxhlp color and
stylo of t he accumulated
liort ends, at
at piece
21c
n Basement at 39c Yard
64-inch, cloth suitable for skirts
and petticoats, made f
of the finest wool a-jVC
at, a yard 7
Plain and Fancy Silk Walatlngs Silk linings, eta, worth OC
up to $1.00 a yard, at aOC
Black silk remnants taffeta, peau de sole, etc, about half their price.
Ladles's $1 and $1.50 corsets In Ladles', misses' and children's all
all new effects and wool golf gloves
4KJ
colors, at
at, pair
29c
Great Remnant Sale in Basement
STANDARD DIIKS8
PRINTS, In long remnant,
go at, a yard
10O PERCALE, 38 inches
wide, go at,
a yard
3k
31c
SO MERCERIZED WAISTTNQ8.
jildln white and fancies. In 1
basket weavex, damask and C
vesting- patterns, at, yard v-'
10C FLANNELETTES,
In long remnants, go at,
a yard
5c
AM oradks cotton
and shaker
flannel go at, yard
BEST ORADES OTJTINO r- I
FI,ANNEI.J, dainty stripes
and checks, go at. a yard
15C CINDKRELW FLAN
NELS, In all colors,
go at, a yard
8ic
IDC EMBROIDERED
KttlKU SKIRTINGS
go at, a yard
10C BILKOUNE, 36 Inches
wide, long remnants,
go Ht, a yard
...5c
10c
20O SATEENS, In floral de
. signs, Kuitahle for com
forts, etc., at, a yard
IMITATION FRENCH FLANNELS.
. M inches wide. In all 4 rv
new fall designs, I I lr
at, a yard J
40e MERCERIZED SA
TEENS, plain black end
colors, at, a yard
15
REMNANTS OF FINE TABLE LINEN
Mill ends of table linen, lengths from lh to S yards,
mil qualities of best Turkey red, blue and white, cream
silver bleached, etc. A few slightly mussed, tomorrow
about half value.
WATCHES of the best American makes OPPOSITE THE POST
OFFICE. HAMILTON, 17 and 21 jewel. ILLINOIS. 17 to 24 jewel.
ELGIN, 7 to 23 jewel. WALTHAM, 7 to 23 jewel.
ALBERT EDHOLIYI, Jeweler.
107 NORTH SIXTEENTH ST.
DEATH ENSUES INSTANTLY
Sadden Stroke of Heart Paralysis Tate
K. V. Witlinnll, Pioneer of Omaha.
NO SIGNS OF APPROACH OF INEVITABLE
Aged Man la Tnlklaar with Wife, Who
, Hisses Hla Voice and Tuna
to
fr'led Hli
Dead.
After awaking and conversing a few min
utes with his wife, It. N. Withnell, a pio
neer Omahan, died suddenly of heart dls
fane at 7:16 a, m. yesterday at his home, 368
North Fortieth street. No Intimation had
been revolved by either himself or his wife
that he was about to expire. Mrs. Withnell
was dre1 nnd moving about the rooms.
Iler hUHband had been talking and she had
busied herself with aome household duties
for a few minutes. When she glanced at
blm again ho was motionless and the palor
uf death had overcome his features. Phy
leuui who were called said that death
had resulted instantly. From the fact that
Mr. Withnell had Buffered from rheuma
llam affecting his heart, sudden paralysis
at that organ was deemed the cause of his
Jeath.
Mr. Withnell was 73 years old. He had
been downtown en the streets Wednesday
nl was troubled with what he thought
was a slight cold. He consulted a doctor,
who teld him that nothing more serious
waa artllctlng him. This was In the after
aooii. The evening and night passed with
no especial distress and his death was
here fore entirely unexpected.
Born In Eng-land.
The deceased was born near Manchester,
Kng'and, aiul came to the United States
shn a boy, bringing with him his brother,
John, who was but two years old. They
runie to Omaha In September, 1KM, and In
:he spring of 1855 K. N. Withnell started
."he tiret brickyard In Omaha at Fifteenth
tud Nicholas streets. Later the Arm pf
tVlthnell Pros, was formed, which did a
large business manufacturing brick and
constructing buildings. In 1891 building was
discontinued and the Arm became the With
nell Bros. & Smith Brick company, which
Is operating extensively at present.
The WHhnells erected many of the Im
portant office buildings of the city, Inrlud
Ing the Bee building. Mr. John Withnell,
father of the present city building Inspec
tor, Charles H. Withnell. died about two
years ago.
The deceased, B. N. Withnell. had been
an Invalid for years and had spent much
of his time traveling. He Is survived by a
wife and a grandson, Richard Leonard,
who Is attending school In California and
will not return for the funeral. The first
wife of the pioneer and seven children are
dead and He In Prospect Hill cemetery,
where Mr. Withnell will be burled Sunday
afternoon, the funeral taking place from
the residence at o'clock.
The Chief of Healers.
Old Sores. Ulcers, Piles, Fistula and like
stubborn maladies soon yield to Bucklen'a
Arnica Salve or no pay. 26c. For sale by
Kuhn Co.
Get out your old spelling book. It will
be useful after you see The Sunday Bee.
IB
V.
I
Oh Wander of Wonders
The Doctors Agrei
And Prescribe Cook's Imperial
For You and for Lie.
' "Bmlatml Phyktrn! every.
whrrm rmcaiamnmd loot's imp.
riml Hitrrn Urv lor UvtfWork.
fi Debility."
HJ
ITS PURE aad HEALTHFUL
Jf'S-sSf"
Card of Thanks.
The undersigned desire to hereby express
profound gTatitude to all those kind neigh
bors and friends whose kindly ministrations
and consoling words did much to sustain
and comfort us in our late bereavement in
the death of our beloved son, Halvor.
C. HANSEN AND FAMILY,
Benson, Neb.
8. R. Patten, dentist. Hcoague building.
Watch for the mis-spelled words they're
coming.
MORE RURAL MAIL ROUTES
Applications Constantly Coming; In
and Western Division Makes
Material Advancement.
i
At the office of the rural free delivery
service constant applications are being re
ceived for new routes all through Ne
braska, and as the patrons of the proposed
routes are more nearly complying with the
requisites for their establishment, a large
Increase in the number of routes In this
slate Is looked for during the cemlng few
months. At present there are S60 routes In
Nebraska, or about 2.100 In the western
division. These routes employ In the neigh
borhood of 3,(ti carriers, whose compensa
tion averages Itioo per year. The approxi
mate estimate for maintaining the service
for the ensuing year In the western di
vision Is I1.K7I.IUH. Of this sum 11,800.000
will go to the csrrlers, fcio.OW) for the fleld
deputy service and $10.00 for division main
tenance. Depredations committed against the rural
delivery boxea are now placed under charge
of the postofflee Inspector's division and all
complulnts are speedily looked Into. The
depredations In the western dlvlxlon are
thus far Insignificant.
The western division Is the largest la
terrltoital area In Ue aouniry, but la not
Schmoller
& Mueller
The Busiest
Piano Store
in Omaha
1313 Farnam Street
We are busier than other piano
houses liecnuFe we exact a less mar
gin of profit, show a greater variety (30)
different makes. Including our own
hand made Mt'F.LLER piano) and ex
tend a more liberal system of accom
modation, which permits people of
small means to enjoy music In their
homes. You cannot become familiar
with these facts unless you visit our
store and Investigate this week's
special bargains.
... $10
...'.$15
...$20
...$25
..$35
...$68
...$88
...$98
$108
..$118
$128
$138
Beautiful Estey
Organ
Shonmger Organ good
condition
Mason & Hamlin Organ
fine tone
Wilcox & White
walnut case
Fine Square Pianos
up from t56, 146 and.
J. P. Hale
Upright
Kew York
Upright
Hazleton
Iprlght
One Mahogany
Vpright
One Oak
Upright ....
One Walnut
Upright ....
One Htillet & Davis
Upright
Otlier reliable uprights at prices to
suit all buyers.
In new pianos we represent the
ST KIN WAY', BTECK. A. B. CHASE.
VOHE, KMERSON, HTEOER and thir
teen other celebrated makes. Our
prices are the lowest terms the easi
est. To out-of-town customers we
furnish catalogues and price free for
the asking.
.CHHpub
& MUCLLtuli
(INCOHPOSAT(C)
MANUFACTURE-WHOLE SALE -RETAIL
J 1 V M O S
MAIN MOUSE AND OmCCl 1313 PARNAM
FACTORY: 13' FARHAM
TCLEPHONC 12S
OMAHA
LINCOLN, NEB
iaa a. hth st.
TC. TSS
CO. BLUFFS, IA
BOt BROADWAY
T(Im sse
A Ono Thousand
Dollar Bonus
was offered Mr. Dillon, of South Omaha,
If he would cancel the sale of the drug
store which we purchased from him. This
offer was made by BOMK of the RETAIL
DRUOOI9T8 OP SOUTH OMAHA! We
aay WHTT Now we understand that
BOMB of these same druggists are claim
ing the credit (?) of putting two men OUT
OF BUSINESS on the corner where our
store Is in South Omaha, and that THEY
can do It urn In! Thev will have to do a
little LEADING, NOT FOLLOWING. If
they succeed In killing off the cut price
drug business. That scheme was tried in
Orniiha. hoys, with the result that
SCHAEFER'S cut price drug
STORE Is now the finest drug store in
that cltv. and with the South Omaha
store, It now haa the LARGEST OUTPUT
of any RETAIL DRUG STORE IN THE
WEST. MAIL ORDERS FILLED AT AD
VERTISED PRICES.
PRICE
STORE
18th and Chicago. Omaha, 'Phones M7-T97.
JUh and N Sts.. South Omaha. 'Phone No. 1
SCIIAEFEn'S
TIIE REASON WHY
We have the sliver trade Is because
our prices are right.
Gorham's Cambridge Pattern
Teaspoons, per H dozen, O
W.00. $6.00, $4.00
7.50
n.oo
;.8.50
10.00
Inspection Invited.
MAWH1NNEY & RYAN CO.,
Jeweleri and Art SUtloneri.
Fifteenth and Douglas St.
Write for our catalogue.
Dessert spoons or forks.
per H aozen
Table spoons or forks
per H dozen
Dessert knives,
per Vt dosen
Medium knives,
per ' dosen
ru?
111
m rv r s.
n
I 1 7 II
TUtS HKL1A
SM' Wonderful
IMCoupon Sale
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 oiler such values.
Friday is Remnant Day in tho Groat
Domestic Room.
TABLE NO. 1 REMNANTS OF WOOL
DRESS GOODS Thousands of remnants
of silk and wool WalMlngs. all wool
Voiles, all wool Zlhellnee, Scotch Mix
tures, French I'laldn and all wool nov
elties In Dreas Goods assorted colors nnd
black worth up to tl.SS 4n
FRIDAY 49c and OdC
TARLR NO. 2 REMNANTS OF WASH
NOVELTIES Thousands of remnant uf
Fleece Lined Piques, striped Venetian
Walstlngs, Scotch Madras Walstlns and
Glna-hams, Mercerised Foulards ami Ira
txirted Percales worth tip to 111m
25c FRIDAY' I ft 3 C
TABLE NO. S Thousands of remnants uf
fleece lined novelties in fall waah fab
rics, suitable for ladles' and children's
house wear worth up to 19c
FRIDAY IUG
TABLE NO. 4 Thousands of remnants cf
French and German Flannelettes, Vicuna
and Eclipse fleece lined cloths; Mercer
ised Linings, yard wide; Zephyrs, Ma
drases and Mack Satines worth
up to lik FRIDAY 5C
TABLES NOS. 6 AND 6 EXTRA HEAVY
FLANNELETTES Thousands of rem
nants of 3-inrh wide Percale, light and
dark colors; Silver Gray Zephyrs, Scotch
Vlaid and Seersucker Ginghams, Hm-al
I'inues and AIndrase worth up to C m
12Hc FRIDAY 96
B.ff'O yards Indian Head yard wide Muslin,
from 5 to 20-yard lengths worth C
84c yard at yard wis
REMNANTS OF TABLE LINEN. REM
NANTS OF TOWELING AT HALF REG
ULAR PRICES.
Tho Reliable Pure Food Department
Q FT COUPONS WITH EVERY PURCHASE
20 pounds fine Granulated
sugar
Ten bars bst Laundry
Surd
Celluloid, Elustlc, Electric or
1. X. L. Starch per pkfT
Large sacks White or Y'ellow
Comment
Six pounds Breakfast Rolled
Oats
Tapioca, Barley, Sago, Rice or
Farina per pound
One pound packuge Imported
Macaroni
Three-pound can Boston Baked
Beans
One pound package Condensed
Mince Meat
Two-pound package Belf-Ralslng
pancake Flour
One pound cans Fancy Alaska
salmon
Oxtail, Chicken, Tomato or Mock Turtle
Soup any kind you want C ,
per can c. w
Star or Horseshoe Tobacco
per pound
1.00
25c
...74c
I2ic
19c
...32 c
...74c
,..8ic
9c
38c
Large bottle pure Tomato
Catsup per bottle
Large bottle fancy sweet Mixed Gherkin
or Chow Chow Pickles per Olr
bottle 03-
Large bottles Worcestershire
Sauce per bottle
Good drink Santos Coffee
per pound
Fancy M. & J. Blend Coffee
per pound
Oolong, English Breakfast, Gunpowder,
Young Hyson or Sun Dried 91
Japan Tea per pound tu1'
Choice Tea Siftings
pvr pound
FRI IT SPECIALS.
Fancy Hollow'een Dates
per pound
Fancy California Figs
per package
Large Brazil Cocoanuts
each
Fancy New Cranberries
per pound
.74c
.84c
IQc
.15
IQc
il
mm
D)fo)fTTl
mm
5c
5o
4c
84c
the largest In the matter of routes, owing
to the more sparsely Inhabited areas f
country. There are about 20,000 rural car
riers In the entire United States, and of
this number about one-seventh are In the
western division.
If you can spell, you may win a prise.
Watch The Sunday Bee.
POLICE SEEK LOST DAUGHTER
Lgk for Girl Who Mother Says la In
Omaha, bat Without Definite
Name.
Tha nolice have received a second letter
ffrom the Charity society of Lincoln asking
them to locate Florence Blake, who Is sup
posed to be In this city. The mother of the
girl claims she Is here. Mrs. Blake, whose
right name the society has ascertained Is
Mrs. Marlon Elmore, claims to come from
Ohlowa. Ia., and arrived In Llnco.n about
three weeks ago with three small children.
She claimed to have been requeutted by
her husband to meet him there, but the
society has received information from
Council Bluffs that Mrs. Marlon Elmore sa
cured a divorce, from her husband in that
city prior to last July. The police do not
know whether to look for Florence Blake or
Florence Elmore, but will make an effort
to locate the young woman wanted.
Horse covtrs maae to 01 your fcorsn
Omaha Tent and Awning Co., 11th and
Harney streeta
Mis-spelled words next week.
1JIKIJ.
TENNKRY Edwin Foster, entered into
rest Tuesday. November 10, Vtui, at 10 ki
p. m., aged Ti years S days.
Funeral Krldav at I p. tu. from hla late
residence. Jt-f norm rutnuui sirost, ut-
terinsut FrvspeU iilll
pIG BARGAINS and Green Trading Stamps
make Bargain, Friday doubly Valuable
and interesting. HOW'S YOUR STAMP BOOK
coming?
Pfice Flurries Hourly Sales
' From 8 to 9 A. M.
Outing -flannel remnants, worth 10c and Or
15c per yard
From 9 to 10 A. fl.
28-inch plaid dress goods worth 15c per yard, lr
full pieces, at, per yard.. Hbw
From 10 to 1 1 A. M.
500 yards plain and fancy silks, worth to OOr
f 1.00 per .yard, at, per yard .ZzJs
From 11 to 12 A. M.
t0 dozen misses', children's and boys' all wool hose, heavy
ribbed, all sizes, 5 to 9's, worth up to 25c per Sj-,
pair. On sale, two pairs for 40t
, From 2 to 3 P. M.
2 cases ladies' heavy fleece-lined, ribbed underwear, ecru
color, silk-taped vests and French gored band drawers.
Kegular value, COc per garment. We sell them OQ
Friday, from 2 to 3 p. m., per garment OVL
A!l Day Friday-15c Heavy PI low Cases, 10c each.
100 pieces imported wool waislings, worth to CQ
fl.00 per yard, only, per yard OSJC
1,000 pairs cotton bed blankets, worth up to Or
fl.25 per pair, at, per pair, 75c, 09c and TtVC
Crockery
Bargain Friday in the Crockery Department.
Been working late nights marking down prices, ar
ranging stock for a grand bargain week-end clean-up.
Don't miss this splendid opportunity.
Macbeth's No. 1 Pearl Top Lamp Chimneys each 3c
One gallon Stone Crocks each 4c
Six-piece Decorated Toilet Sets 1.35
lleavy Hotel Slop Jars each 70c
Ironstone china plain white Dinner Plates each...... 3c
Grocery
Attend special daily sales in our famous Grocery De
partment. Everything in this line carried at the lowest
possible prices.
CiHEEN TRADING STAMPS FIJEE.
FREE POSTAL CARDS. TELEPHONE 137.
Friday Money Savers
Granulated Sugar
SO pounds
Grape-Nuts
package
Rolled Oats
two-pound package ,
Cornstarch
one-pound package
Pancake Flour
two-pound packaae
Mliire Meat
package
Maple Sugar
per pound
Breakfast Cocoa
can Hatches
per dozen boxea ....
Castile Soap
cake Cream Chocolate
can
1.00
..10c
10c
5c
10c
Hie
12c
..13c
5c
2ic
20c
Laundry Soap best
eisht bars
Wisconsin Cream Cheese
per pound
Oil Sardines
can
Saratoga Chips fresh
par puund
Headuanrters (or Batter.
r resh Country liutter ' 1 r"Z
iuv
Creamery Ofc
,,, vv
25c
.12ic
,...5c
..28c
per pound
Mermen's Capitol
per pound
We Kscel In Teas nnd Coatees.
A select line of Tea
per pound Out
Imperial Japan OCr
ukt bound
Tea Sittings
per pound ...
15c
31
ii". lilitul.llTiagBiifT
Cfv7 0 .0 39 me
:::Specials for Friday:::
Men's and Woinens
Underwear.
Women's Vests and Pants 25c Per Garment
25c
Ladies' Extra Fine Quality U nderwear, 45c
45c
Ladles' good lionvy wright ribbed flpoee llnod vesta and
pants. In Kiryptlnn. while or natural, perfectly ahnped
nna iriniiuea, u. salw fitiuAi, per KHriiient
L.idles' extra flue quality underwear, in Bilk fleeced
jersey ribbed vests nnd pants, in wbltw ecru, rvgular
75c quality, FOK r HI PAY
Ladies' Combination Suits. 45c
Made of heavy Egyptian cotton, In natural ecru,
made to sell at 7oc SPECIAL TRICK
FRIDAY
Children's Underwear at 19c
Children's natural gray Jersey ribbed cotton com
bination suits-HKes 2 to 12 regular
45c quality for ....
45c
19c
Men's Underwear
ASc Men's medium weight derby ribbed Egyptian cotton. In
T" , natural, ecru and fancy colors drawers with heavy sateen
men's bands, shirts with soft and silk trimmed fronts, with
Underwear French neck a regular 75c quality, 45c, all sizes.
75C Men's medium and heavy weight natural wool underwear,
Men's ?or ear,J' fa" nml 'rUe1" wear, also heavy plush back. In
Underwear tan n"d fnncy colors regular fl.25 values, at 75c.
ei fif Men's fine quality Australian wool and French merino
' nnrtnpwonr In nntnrnl. red. tnn nnd white, well trimmed.
Men's
Underwear
and properly made, best values ever shown regular $1X0
qualities, at $1.K). all sizes.
IVII
BAKER FURNITURE CO
Headquarters for
Up-to-Date, High Grada Furniture,
Rugs and Draperias.
OUR THANKSGIVING SALS will ofter come, special Inducements In dining
room furniture..
Great Cut Price Sale
A few of the many Interesting values to be found on our floors.
$29.00 Sideboard for $19.75
Beautifully carved, quarter-sawed oak sideboard French bevel mirror S0x2ft
half swell front, polish finish for 119.73.
$21.00 China Cabinet for $15.25
Triple bent glass, quarter-sawed oak china cabinet, highly polished, for S1&.S.
$18 00 Dining Table for $12 50
Solid oak pedestal center, carved base, highly polished, for J13.50.
$2.25 Dining Room Chairs for $1.75
Solid oak, box cane seat, French legs, highly polished, for $l.TSk
THINK OF BUYING AN $85.00' DINING ROOM
SUITE FOR $56.00.
CURTAINS AND RUGS
" it ts Impossible to describe curtains so you will understand the values we
are offerins so we will eell the HAI.ANC'R OP TUB WliKK, our full Una of
J7.W hJi.CH CURTAINS AND PORTIERES tor
$5.00 PER PAIR.
RUGS FOR THE BALANCE OF THE WEEK. WE WILi. BELL- -
9x22 Empire Brussels Rugs, $13.75.
9x12 Best Quality Wiltoti Rugs, $29.00
Our line comprises all the latest Id eaa shown this season In Body Brussels.
Axminslers, Wiltons and French Wiltons and Rugs.
Baker Furniture Company,
1315-17-19 Farnam Street.
7Z LINDSAY SAYS
Only 43 days till Christmas. Let us lay aside your Christ
mas purchases then your trouble will be over. Our store
is full of Christmas suggestions the best selected line
we have ever bad. Come In and look around, you 11 b(
very welcome, iooa lor ine name.
5. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler and Optician,
1116 Doujrlna Street.
f
A BSllk ACCOUnt U .friend la need. Opewono with ua
fore dollar or mora and receive 4 per cent Intereat.
Street Railway Pay Checks nd an other pay checks
cashed at our bank.
J. L. BRANDEIS & SONS, BANKERS.
WE RENT, SELL OR REPAIR
SEWING MACHINES on very reasonable terms and guarantee satisfaction. Only
experienced men are employed. Have been In the sewing machine business for over
twenty years in this city. When In need of anything in this line give us a trial. We
know that you will corns again.
P. E. FLODMAN & CO., Jewelers, wl4fffl$f-
SOLID GOLD
CUFF BUTTONS
$l.50o$75.00
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Adarese, Oman a, kek.
Manr sons are ( nbnnt tha
benatlfnl nntnmn t de rt de
en4 too mneh on its stastr nnd
dnrntton If eold watt snoold.
woop down yon aaay not nnd It
ao nleasnnt If yon set rnoght
with yoor stovo ont of working:
order. Bo attend to the repair,
lav In time. We carry In stock
revalrs tor snore thnn 176,000 dif
ferent stoves, ranees and far.
naees, aad wo eertaialy osght to
have what yon want. Wo have
hot water heaters for stove,
rannes aad fnxaaeea, or aay mum
rialty for water heat lay we
snake. -
OMAHA STOVE REPAIR WORKS?
1207 Douglas Street
Teleohoaa tHMJ.
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