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TITE rOMAITA' DAILY BEE. . FTUDAY REPTEMBEIt 2, .lf0f.
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SEW; J500KS AND MAGAZINES
Commonplace Boarding Houss with Bright
' People Famish One Btory.
POUTICALNOVELON GORDON GRAHAM PLAN
l'sal. Grist of Blerles Good, Bad aad
Imdlffereat aad Soma Works of
Travel Como to to' Re
viewer's Table.
'The Standard of Pronunciation In Eng
lish." by Thomas R. Lounsbury, professor
of English Ml Tale university (Harper A
Brothers). .This volume Is of particular
Interest to those who study the language
' of their land. The author discusses in au
Interesting manner disputed pronuncia
tions of many common words and Inci
dentally, makes a plea for more rational
spelling, which ha admits will be hard to
secure.
."Th. Citisen In His Relation to the In
dustrial Situation," by Henry Codman Pot
ter. V. D., LL.D., bishop of New York.
(Charles Scribners Sons. This Is a dis
cussion of social questions in a lecture
under the provisions of the William E.
Dodge Kund of Yale university. The rev
erend writer discusses In 248 8mp. pages
"The Industrial Situation," "The Working
Man." "The Capitalist," "The Consumer,"
."The Corporation" and "The States," all
in their relation to the citizen.
"DeMars Affinity," by J. M. Bloomer
(J. 8. Qgllvie Publishing company) la a
book with a mission. It reminds one Con
siderably, In the construction of its plot, of
some of. Marie CorrelU'i work, although
It Is not exactly in that class. The author
thinks, he sees a plan for revolutionising
the, social system, but rejects both the
. Ideas of the socialists and those who be
lieve in the present order.
'The Jew's Christian," by Traffcrd Bhar'
ron (J. S. Ogllvle Publishing company) is
another, book which offers a solution to
aome grave social questions and tells an
interesting story in a matter-of-fact way.
It deals with sin and shame and the way
in which they may be made lighter if not
abolished, although the author finds noth-"
ing better than suicide tor two characters
most deeply Involved In the plot'
"Araby," by Baroness von Hutten (The
Smart Set Publishing company) is one of
the typical Smart Set stories; well told
and full of a certain kind of ginger which
today seems a necessary concomitant to
books ' Intended for "smart" reading. It
deals with a cruise in the Mediterranean
ocean in which two men of the world, a I
, married woman, a young woman, a dog
and a monkey are the actors. All the
actors are introduced in the first chapter
and they keep together until the heroine
jumps Into the ocean and the hero--but
there isn't any hero. v
f jf-m-t-U "I's-am,
Big Sal
nsn'a
Clothing
Saturday
Jfo)
LOU
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Biff SaU
Men's
StalrU
Saturday
On Sale Friday
o) R Pr
M 2tM
A
A
NEW FALL DRESS GOODS
$2 Fall Goods Scotch and English tailoring cloths
at 69c Yard etamines,' Panamas, 77?
unfinished worsteds lengths 3, 5 and 8 U
yardsblack and colors have been selling 1 1 j I zj
up to $a a yara, at
Fine Dress Fabrics at 45c Yard
Every hind and color of fashionable dress f Fj
goods left from ths, Kelley-Stiger stock no iJj4 f
matter what the former price, at, yard . . . . . "
French Flannels and Walstlngs at 23c Yard Another lot of JJ
waist manufacturer's remnants of every kind the best 1m- X.f
Danish Cloth Cream and every
color thousands of yards f fl a
at, yard.;
Importer' a Sample Pieces Heavy
and fine cloths, many to 1 C.
match, price....
"In Famine Land," observations and ex
periences In India, during the great drouth
of 1899-1900, by Rev. J. E. Scott, chairman
of the Methodist Episcopal relief commit
tee.' This book Is written by one who has
spent a great part of his life in India and
who took a very active part In relieving
the distress in the great famine. The
reader is given an understanding of fam
ines; the conditions under which they a rue;
the causes that produce them and the ef
forts put forth by the government and by
Individuals to relieve the distressed. The
work la fully illustrated In a way that adds
much to the text. Published by Harpers.
"Success Among Nations," by Emll Reich,
X.I. D. This work is an exhaustive study
of the three questions in which the aver
age man's chief Interest in hlBtory centers
which were the successful nations? "What
were the causes of their success? What
nations are likely to be the successful na
tions of the future? Published by Harpers.
'.'In Defense of . His Excellency." by
Stanley " Warren (Broadway . Publishing
company) Is a love story of the kind that is
light and airy on one side. Then It carries
a message from the author to the public
a plea for more respect for "all those In
authority over us" especially those who
are chosen to fill offices at Washington
and which gives the book Its title panic
, ularly 'the president of the United States.
Incidentally It believes In recognising
classes of people which the author reoog
nrnn as already existing and the crea
tion of a sort of order of aristocracy as a
reward for merit. At the same time the
education Of the several classes should be
restricted so as to keep each In that con
dition in which he may be Jaorn,
' ."Peaco and the Vices," a novel of Ameri
can naval life, by Anna. S. Rogers. The
serious element in the story, which is de
signed to show how a sailor's wife may
be his guiding star In the greatest ktrlnl
of his life, is pleasantly relieved' by a
love story, full of humor and feeling. Japan
Is .the scene . of ,the story. Published by
. Bcribner's. '
"The Romance of Plscator," by Henry
Wysham Uuiier. A tale of how Plscator
became a member of the craft; how the
trout and landlocked salmon temporarily
lost their magic for him before the mightier
spells cast by the Peri; how he was tempted
by circumstance, and offended; of wander
ings, adventures,, more Ashing, and an em
barrassing climax, published by Henry
Holt company,
"The Self-Cure of Consumption," pub
lished by E. B. Treat & Co.. New York, is
a treatise on the growing disposition to
give up the use of drugs In 'combating the
white plague and adopt the open sir treat,
ment. with proper diet and exercise. The
widespread adoption of this treatment and
Its success as against the medicinal treat
ment makes this book of interest not only
, to consumptives, but to physicians. Valu
able tables on nutritive values of foods
ind comparative benefits ' of different ell.
nates complete the book.
. "Reading a Poem" la a reprint of one of
Remnants of New Silks'
Over 1.080 Drummer's samples. Im
ported fancy velvets and velvet
eens, printed dots and figures for
fancy work and trim-Ej-. Of
mlngs, all go at, ech-''"vfw
A bfg lot of odds and ends of plain
and fancy silks, 1 to 10 yds. f Br
worth ufc to 69c, per yard... sow
One special square of tSta and $1.00
silks of all description, including
shirt walHt silks Cir
Friday, yard UJv
Remnants of Linens
Remnants of Toweling, In 1 1-2
to 2 yard lengths, worth" J
to 12$c yd, at, remnant. aC
Remnants Sanitary Cotton Dia
perworth 10c yard, C
at yard JC
Remnants Table Damask all
lengths and kinds.
New Fall Remnants in the Basement
Fine 36-Inch
light or dark styles.
Percales new fall
8ic
patterns.
worth 19c par yard spe
cial, at, yard
Soft Fleecy Baby Flannels in all
plain colom. neat striped and check
ed outing flannel, nice long Q
remnantH, the beet grade illC
ever sold t. yard
Remnants Fine Chambray
ham in all the shades of .
1 blue and pink, special,
at,, yard , ,
New Shipment Fine Mercerized
sateen In black and all col- f f
ors, guaranteed 40c value, I iC
at. v&ni - aww
Fine Qrade Long Cloth in
remnants suitable for under
wear and Infants outfits,
15o grade, at, yard
aim-
8k
long
.8jc
40-ln. White Lawn Remnants
5c
sheer and heavy quality, for
ing. irrn
go at, yard
quick solllr
rlday,
Fine White Swiss pin dots and
clusters, on bargain square, 99
will go at, per j(J
yard 9
Cream Shaker Flannel excellent
quality will go, at, per
yard
5c
Light Prints in fall' styles suita
ble for recovering com- Ti
forts, special, at w-if
yard
Light Shirting Prints and dress
linings, in all colors
will go at, per AO
yard
$ Fall & Winter Underwear
Kelley-Stiger Stock
Now on Salsgt the float Extraordinary Bargains.
All Kelley-Stlger's finest ladles' union i All Kelley-Stlger's ladles' Vests and
25M'8.0.50c I XKZT.Z. $l-58c-39c
1 .
On Sale Saturday, September 3
1,600 pairs Misses School Shoes f ir
Made by Suddy & Courier, vlci, box calf lace shoes, patent
tin. BDrinir hRAl. rII alTOO man tk.m ln SI B1SBBJ V
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Only a '
Few Days. I
Before U
School
Opens I
DOS.
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
Fit Out
Your
Boy
Tomor
row.
SUITS for SCHOOL WEAR
You will want your boy to look as well
as any of his classmates when school
opens. He will look and feel better in
new clothing and vacation thoughts will
be put aside with vacation clothing.
Boys i$ Suits at $1.98
Entire sample line of Morris Asinoff, 185
187 Mercer Street, N. Y. - '
These are all wool
, latest stvle suits
in knee pants styles
they will stand rough'
and tumble school .
A r
wear
ON TniRD FLOOR.
Boys' Long
Pants Suits
at $4.98.
mw m i is wm r fm aM
Boys' Knee
To?fz; pants, worth
rania, worm
"GG.lS 75c&U. at 49c
7
Ha Sells Stationery.
1607 Fornam Street.
Omaha 1 Beauti
fully Illustrated in
My New Cook.
Fifty. Cents.
Thackeray's little gems, one that has
fallen toto undeserved oblivion too long.
We meet the delicious "Tellowplush" again,
and of course the arlatdcracy which Thack-
M
r
uslia Underwear
Liberal In out, rlghtln make," all
naatly trimmed with lace cr embroid
ery, and hematltohed. The embroidery
finished with beat button hola atitJhed
edge, therefore, no fraying or break
ing of edge. Tholaoes will ' all 'wsh.
Workmanship and material, the bat.
Their daliuaoy and strength appeal to
all women of axqulaita taata. Prldea
low compared with Inferior qualltiea
that flood tha market. Special About
two dozen corset covers, size 32 only,
were COe, now ICo. ' ir you want ona-
speak quick. . ...-...
Mrs. J. Benson, Hint?
ery satirises so unmercifully. As an ex
ample of some of that kindly old cynic's
early work, it Is sure to And a warm wel
come. A. Weasels A Co., New York.
' if ;'
"Tattling of a Retired Politician" by
Forrest Crlssey, from the press of Thomp
son Thomas, Chicago, is a book' that
makes you wonder where the author picked
up his Insight Into the workings of politi
cal machines. In a series of-ietters from
"Old Bill Bradley" to a young friend who
Is trying to get Into politics, he takes ths
lid oft the political pot, and shows you
the whole boiling mesa. The stories are
snappy and pointed, and full of epigram.
The humor Is natural and McCutcheon did
the ' Illustrations. Many politicians who
have not retired have confessed that ths
pictures drawn are true onea
Above books at lowest retail prices, Mat
thews, 123 South Fifteenth street. ,
for Cram's Writing Paper
' and Fountain Pens, go to
BarkoJow Bros.
BOOK (HOP.
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Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 5th
The Bennett store will close at one o'clock
Labor Day. Help us to quit work promptly.
There'll be only one morning delivery Monday
only one.
A Raging Friday Remnant
Bargain Day in Dry Goods.
REMNANTS OF TABLE LINENS-Our big August Linen Sale has left us
with hundreds of remnants table linen, toweling and odd napkins to be sold
Friday regardless of cost Remnants of calicoes, sheeting, domestics of all kinds.
Friday-Jess than cost. r ( .
' The Last Sale of Cotton Goods.
""I BIQ BARGAINS. NO. 1 AT SV4C A YARD.
A big lot of short and long length cotton wnsh goods worth
up to 26c a yard to sell them quickly, Friday yard . ......
A KO. 2 AT 10C A YARD.
A big lot of linen suitings nnd walstlngs. lengths from 6 to 10 yards
values to tl.00 a yard all go Friday at yard
: SILK REMNANTS AT 26C A YARD
A big lot of pretty fancy silks, lengths H to 4 yards, lots of goods In
this jot worm UP to i.ov omy yara .,
AT S0C A YARD.
Fine Swiss and French Taffetas all plain colors, lengths 1 to 6 yds
regular price l.uu ana i. a yara rnaay, yara
60 dosen ladles' fine gauze ' knit drawers heavy crochet lace
Friday and Saturday pair ....... ......
. . v i
and ten'(fl)'"S. & n." Green Trading Stamps.
,.3ic
..10c
25c
50c
llli
... .....
100 dozen fine cambrlo and linen handkerchiefs, plain hemstitched, embroidered
and lace edges values In the lot worth up to SOo f En
Friday and Saturday each acw
Grocery Dept.
Best goods largest varieties lowest
prices.
TEAS
Twenty ($2.00) in "S. ft
H." Ore en. Trading
Stamps with pound pack
age best Tea Ur
8ifttngs i.;....lc't
COFPEES
Roasted dallV finest ever, r
Twenty (2) In "S. ft H."
ureeo iraaing eiamps
with each two-pound can
laei uni9i(,y...
SPICES' .
A completA'l-tlne of ' pure
goods.r Ten"(.00) In "B.
& H." Green Trading
Stamps with quarter-l(.
can Bennett's Cap- -JOc
ltol Pepper . ......
Baked Beans 3-pound can, lOc
for w
Early' June Peas 2-pound can, ()r;
for , ......-vw
Potted Hanv,can, q
1 ir&Btr V
Imported 'Sardines, can, lOc
for v
Macaroni, pound package,
for ,
,.10c
Preserves, assorted. Jar, On
for ,
Japan Rice, pound, J r
for ? aC
Medium Sour Pickles, pint. ftp
for
Candy Dept.
Several hundred pounds fresh made
vanilla flavored chocolate , f
creams, pound .
Smashing Up of
Crockery & Glassware
RICH PRESSED GLASS
fancy Sugars and Creams
ment In fine glass- Oflr
ware 39c, 83c and.."''.
Ana mi (SB.uo) in uiue
Green Stickers.
LARGE SIZE 8-OUNCE
Bell Shape Tumblers
lure lead glass ,Cr
for set of 6 ,0
And 30 (S3.00) In Little
Green Stickers. Limit
of one set to a customer
WATER OR LEMON
ade sets, consisting of
pitcher, SIX tumblers and
travH' frnm vhlta nnri
gold up to the finest Aus. V.
tnan and Bohemian fan
cy colored gUuis. . ,
sets prices 98c, 88c, A Q
68c and .40C
And 60 (tS.OO) in Little
Green Stickers.
mm
MACBETH'S NO. 1 OR 2
Lamp Chimneys Qq
A nd" 26" (ti'od) ' in Little
Green Stickers. No more
than 2 sold to customer.
PRESSED GLASS OIL
or Vinegar Bottles Good
Imitation cut patterns
fSk.. 15c
And 20 ((2.00) In Little
Green Stickers.
Hi
K
XjARQGj SIZE FANCY BOWLS AQ
AND PITCHERS per pair ...IOC
A discount of 83 1-8 per cent allowed
on white China for decorating on pre
sentation of this coupon, either on
September 2nd or Srd. "
OvaJ Picture Frames for Photo or
Other Ideas, 39c.
250 beautiful Oval Frames, fitted complete with
glass, mat, back and hanger, 0
each C
And Twenty (f 2.00) Little Greet Stickers with
each purchase. Limit two to a customer.
Watch for Our Big Fall Opening Sale Saturday, Sept. 3rd.
visit our art qalleries, second floor. . ,
PPi!
Carpets, Rus and Matting.
moth-proof
reversible in
4.50
SPECIALS Sanitary,
ruKS fast colors and
sizes up to 9x12.
tali
Rug
Crex Grass matting regular 80c grade.
In plain blue, brown and red and
green red stripes ftSc
on sale yard w"'
Clearing sale on all China and Jap
anese mattings one-fourth and one
third ofr regular 26c and tfin
80c China matting lo
Fancy Japanese cotton warp carpet
patterns matting, worth to i rAr
40c yard yard SV
Sample Rug Sale.
A complete line of hli feet sample
Brussels Rugs, purchased direct
from manufacturer all new designs
and colorings In florals, scrolls. Per.
slans. Medallion and Oriental pat-
' terns rugs worth up to1 122 each
11 ...16.48
SEPTEMBER
Is a good month to start a savings account. We
' pay four per cent Interest on deposits, compounded
every three months and lend little home safes
t free if ' desired. '
J.L BR AN DEIS & SONS
'- Bankers
Checks - on all banks cashed.
mm
Ills. 1
CUT GLASS
We have a beautiful line of the new
est cuttings in out glass nappies, fruit dishes, wins sets,
ice cream sets, punch bowls, vases, water sets etc. Our
mirrored out glass room Is a splendid place to 'visit.
SEE OUR
NEW FALL
CARPETS
Ms
TUB RELIABLE) STORK.
Crown
Sample Shoes
$3, $4 and
$5 Values,
St.96
Don't Forget Friday is Remnant Day
WE WILL CLOSE OUT ALL SUMMER WASH GOOPS AND MAKE TRICES'
UN iSfclW 'AILi MbKCHArsUlSH THAT WILL MUVIi lltliM IABI.
lOo F'.annelrtts. dark colors. Be.
16c Flannelettes, extra weight, 7Vc
19c Flanelettes, extra weight and line as
sortment of colors, 10c.
19c and 25c Frenrh Flannelettes, Velvets,
Velours, Panne Velvets, Florannas snd
other fine cotton goods, worth up to 26c,
IZViC -
EXTRA SPF.CIAI.S.
One case of 6o Cambric Linings, all
gray, lo.
One case of Indigo Blue Prints, worth
6Vic, IHo.
' One case Summer Prints, 2Hc
One case Mercerised Black Linings, yr4
wide, worth 26c, 6c.
86-inch Percales, worth 15c, Sc.
50o Piques, In colors only, 6a
One thousand other different bargains oa
sale In this room.
Be Sure and Attend Our Famous Dress Goods Sates
FROM TO 11 A.' M. We will sell rem nants and dress patterns of All Wool
dress Goods In our high grade-departmen t, In lengths from to 7 yards and worth
from 81.60 to 83.60 yard, only one pattern to a customer, at 3!v a yard.
FROM 8 TO 4 P. M. We will sell remnants and full patterns of nne Wool Dress
Goods In our Domestic Room, patterns from to t yards and only one pattern to
a customer, roods worth from 86c to $1.1)8 a yard, all will go at 26c a yard.
Several pther bargains In our Dress Goods Department,
A Great Day In the Linen snd Domestic Department
HCUN1KT9 rjr MITfiT.IN. bleached and
unhieuz-hed. one vard wide, regular 8ViC to
l.'ttc value, Friday at 6c yard.
KGAUI-MAUK DHl'fcJB, oiearneu,
jni un niu. aim 7i . . . . .. r . p, . .
and best make, regular 6uc value, at 46c.
READY-MADE PILLOW CASES,
bleached, 42 and 45-lnrh wiile hem and best
nial,. raviilaP IKn VallieM. Ilk.
ATLANTIC SHEETING, unbleached, 2
yards wide, regular 23c value, at l?Ho yard.
MERCERIZED TABLE DAMASK In
beautiful patterns, regular -60c value, at 2Sd
yard.
GLASS TOWELING, linen nnlsh, Is
Inches wide, red and blue checks, regular
10c value, at 4Sc yard.
NAPKINS, cure Irish linen, ' slse, regu
lar $2.00 value, at $1.3V per dosen.
Remnants of Table Linen, and Toweling
at less than cost Friday.
Flannel Department
nemnancs or joc nne tppnjr uiinimm, .v. .
Remnants of 15c best made dark and II gnt Outing Flannel at 4o yard.
Remnants of 10c extra wide and heavy Shaker Flannel and Cotton Hannel at 64
yard.
Two Interesting Specials
MEN S UNDERWEAR, broken lines i n summer and all weights, in balhrlggaa
and heavy ribs, worth 60c, your choice Fr lday 15c. . . .,
nnvu'oruiVii unmi in ho.w r(h. lust the thing for school wear,-surplus
manufacturer s stock, worm lftc pair, your cnoit- wu, -n-
Grand Autumn Grocery Opening
EVERYTHING GUARANTEED PURE, FRESH AND CLEAN.
Fancy hand picked Navy Beans, lb.... Slo
Good Japan Klce, per pound , .... 8!o
Fancy Pearl Tapioca, Sago. Bat-ley,
Farina or Hominy, per pound ZMo
Large sacks Cornmeal, white or yel
low i-W
Fancy Soda, Oyster, Butter or Milk
Crackers, per pound 4c
1-lb. jars pure Fruit Preserves 8Vi
Large bottles Pickles, assorted kinds.. 8c
Large bottles pure Tomato Catsup 8Vc
1- lb. package Macaroni 7Va
S-lb. cans Boston Baked Beans 8Vsc
J-lb. cans Golden Pumpkin 7Vio
-lb. cans fancy Golden Table Syrup.. 8Vc
2- lb. cans fancy Wax or String Beans.. 7Vxc
.7VJ
2-lb. cans early June Peas
. PLUMS. PLUMS. ' PLUMS.
Large baskets fancy Washington Green
Gage Plums '.3
Fsncy Table Pears, per dosen 12V40
Fancy Crab Apples for pickling, peck. kj
Large, Juicy Lemons, per dosen - 12o
Large, sweet. Juicy Oranges, per dosen 12a
OMAHA'S PURE BUTTER HEADQUAR.
- TERS. t
Choice Country Butter, per pound......l2HJ
Fanoy Dairy Butter, per pound......... 160
Fancy Separator Creamery Butter, lb.l7Vio
The very finest Creamery Butter made
nothing finer per pound XQ
frsAYDERj BROS,
SEPTEMBER DAYS
are wedding days. This calls for a wedding gift We
have a handsome line of Silver and Cut Glass prices In
silver from 11.60 up. Cut Glass Dish 12.00, 12.60 and up.
Vases, 42.50 up. Spend a few minutes In our cut glass
room. Look for the name.
g. W. Lindsay, Jeweler.
1516 Douglas St. '
Mom
s-
e visitors
Excursions
-VIA-
Illinois Central R. R.
ROUND TRIP RATES FROM OMAHA,
Hammond, Ind ."S15.85
Ft Wayne, Ind 119.20
South Bend, Ind $17.30
Logansport, Ind.... $18.25
Kokome, Ind $18.65
La Fayette, Ind $17.85
Terre Haute, Ind $18.35
Vlnclnnes, Ind $18.35
Evansvllle, Ind -$18.50
Indianapolis, Ind ..'.-$19.40
Richmond, Ind...; $21.00
New Albany, Ind.. $21.25
Muncle, Ind.............. $19.90
Elkhart, Ind...... $17.75
Sandusky, Ohio... .....$23.00
Toledo, Ohio. ...... $21.25
Columbus, OhloM... $23.10
Dayon, Ohlo....... $22.00
Cincinnati, Ohio.. $22.50
Lima, Ohio ......$21.00
Springfield, Ohio $22.50
Marlon, Ohio... $22,50 '
Flndlay, Ohio. ......... $21.55
Gallon, Ohio.. $22.75
Louisville, Ky ..-$21.50
Owensboro, Ey........ $24.90
On sale September 6. 13, 20, 27, October 11, Return limit 80 days.
Correspondingly low rates to many other points in Ohio, Indiana,
Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin. Minnesota, Ontario, New York, Ken
tucky, Tennessee, North Carolina and Virginia.
Full particulars cheerfully given at City Ticket Office, 1402 Farnam
Street, Omaha, or write, ' '
W. H. BRILL, Dist. Pass. Agt., Omaha, Neb
3C
atjrf sfciiaui
Solar Double Healer
Base Burner.
YiT'fi u uAiis naitafM mnA linwnaltnlpBl
All we .sk for It U $6.00 down and $6.00 per
:
!(.'. Eden. 2210 B, SOth, saysi "Whin I
bought my base burner I thought you
stretched things quits a bit. but 1 must ad
mit that you stretched nothing. We have
used it three winters, l.eatetf four rooms
and burned only two tons snd one-half of
oral per winter. Ws are so well pleased
with It that It Is a pleasure to recom
mend It."
We sell the Solar on the representation
that It will start quicker In the morning,
has a strunser douhle hest.r and Is finer
finished thau any other base buruer made.
Imported Bohemian hops and
the finest selected American
barley malt make the
FINEST AND BEST BEER
CABINET
THE BEER YOU LIKE
Is made of the above ingredients and Is
recognized as the equal of any beer
brewed. Try a ense.
eld mm Dlnlaar aad Buffet Cars
Fred Krug Brewing Co.
Ossabaa Sia.l
Telephone 420.
OMAHA
DIAMONDS 1
Today are a better invpslment than
iver-fo" ' h. re.n that they are
constantly Inr-miBing In value t.n
account oi rami.r. ...
In all sl " wuid be pleased to
show them to ou.
V
if
MAWHINNEV& KYAN CO.
I
The Stoetzel Stove Co.,
JS
714 uth 161)01

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