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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1915.
GRAIN HEN BUYING
THIS' YEAR'S CROP
Omaha Grain Men Are Contracting
for Wheat for Tall Delivery at
a Dollar a Bushel.
BIO CROP IS IN SIGHT
Anticipating that high prices on
wheat are going to continue for at
least a number of months, Omaha
grain dealers are beginning to con
tract for the new crop.
Thursday the Weeks Grain company
contracted for JMW bushels of next eea
aon'a crop at tl per bushel. From tho
nun point Im( year, this company con
tracted 'the sheet at 80 cents -per bushel.
A numb r of the other Omaha grain fit nm
ar enterln Into contract!, few of them
below $1 per bushel.
Grain men asuert that there never ha
been a time In the history of Omaha
trade territory when tha prospect at
this season of the. year when so flattering
for a bumper crop of small (train as now.
Annexation Crew
: Back from Lincoln
Roma ara the sailors home from a
stormy! sea. They -are the active mem
bers of tha Commetvlal', club committee
that (vuni on the:helm of tha annexation
ship as It rode the-mad waters of the
lctfiilatJure,They are Gould rlet. Ran
dall K. Brown and George K. -Haver-stick,
together with W. A. Ellis, aaslst
ant commissioner of the Commercial club,
who, although not a member of the
committee, was aotlvely on the Job at
tha legislature for six' weeks as the of
ficial representative of tho Commercial
Hub. ' "
"Patn.tlred.'.Vaid Randsll Brown, mid
that was the sum total of his comment
'.' Not wounded, but farted out," said
IMetx,:
Jllghty glad to get back." waa tha
roromcnt of Ellis.- -
And Oeorge E. HaversUck Just slipped
tiaietly back Into hla swivel chair at the
I'ntfed 'States National' - bank and said
nothing. . . . , -r. ,'
CAM LICK SIOUX CITY
. . FORCE, BUT NOT OMAHA
B. Miller of Pious Clly engagnd In
a, fiht with Police officers Brinklemsn
and. Morgan Thursday night. Miller told
Judge Foster that he had whipped the
Sioux City police force Individually, bub
wasn't having much luck In Omaha. "I
gue I had better go back to Sioux City
Judge." vouchsafed Miller.
. "I guess you had," agreed the Judge,
"hot you had a hard time last night,
so I'll lt you rest for forty-five daya In
the county Jail before you start"
Make 61 Feet l.fke 1.
"I suffered with kidney ailment for two
years." writes Mrs. M. A. Bridges, Robin
son. Mtvo.. "snd commenced taking Foley
Kidney nils about ten months ago. I
nm now able to do all my work without
fatigue. I am now 61 years of age and
feel like a K-year-old gin." Foley Kid
ney pills strengthen and Invigorate weak,
tired and deranged kidneys; relieve, buck
ache, weak back, rheumatism and blad
der trouble. They are ton la la action,
rkild everywherc-Advertlsemcnt
CREATING A NAVAL RESERYE
Enlisting Begins at Local Recruit
ing Station and Former Sailors
Are Among Eligible!.
SUBJECT TO CALL WHEN WANTED
Orders to begin enlisting men on the
newly created naval . reserve have been
received by the local navy recruiting of
ficers. Fcversl former sailors are on the
application list. awaiting the com
pletion of details before they can become
members of the reserve.
Among them Is William A. Baum. 13
North Thlrty-tlfth street. Ills second
four-year term of sen-tee In the navy ex
pired December S. at which time be
ranked as coxswain. By re-cnilsttng and
being assigned to the reserve before the
expiration of four months, lie will re
ceive fio per.year salary In the reserve,
whereas If he waited more than four
months his reserve salary would be only
112 a year.
ftanfer Servtee fall.
All men honorably discharged from the
navy within the last eight years .under
J years of age and physically qualified
to perform the duties of their last rating
are eligible to become members of tha
naval reserve under the recent act of con
gross. Wlinrevrr there are two or more
members of the reserve a local reserve
club will be organized.
Reserve men will report once esch quar
ter at a designated place for muster and
signing the pnyroll and will be entitled
to wer a badge or button Indicating their
reserve membership and past service In
the navy. Jn time of war or( other
emergency proclaimed by the secretary
of the nav-they will be subject to active
naval service for one' or two months per
year. ,
It Is ssld at the navy recruiting station
that the policy of the department will
be to consider the occupations of all
reserve members, and not publish say
requirements that will conflict with the
work of the men. There are three classes
In the reserve, as follows:
Three f lasses af Reserves.
First Class Mado up of ex-sallors who
enlist within four months for a term of
four years in the reserve; pay to be WO
per year. If active service waa less than
eight years, $60 per year If active service
waa eight to twelve years, $100 per.year
U active service waa twelve years or
more.
Second Class Made up . of ex-sailors
who enlist within eight years for a term
of four years In the reserve; pay t5 be
(13 per year and members to be given
complete outfit, If called Into active ser
vice.
, Third ClassMade up of sailors who
have been In the active service sixteen
years or longer, and who are automatic
ally transferred to tho reserve list upon
expiration of their present term; they
are to remain 'continuously In the reserve
at one-third or one-half regular service
pay.
In case naval reserves are called Into
active service for war or emergency,
they will receive full pay. ,
Helps Weak Ktdaeye nad Laanbaao.
Get a. 2fo bottle of Sloan's Liniment,
apply on back and take six dropa four
times a day. All druggists. Advertise
ment. ' . ' I
OLD LANDMARK ON DODGE
STREET T0BE TORN DOWN
The brick building formerly the resi
dence of John McCormick back In the
days when Omaha was young.' Is now to
be torn down at the, northwest comer of
Kishteenth and Dodge streets. This was
built a halt century ago for John Ale
t'ormlok, who was one of the. wealthiest
men then In Omaha. The city baa con
demned the building now and ordered It
rased within sixty days. i
FATHERS AND SONS TO
SIT AT BANQUET, BOARD
The annual father and aon banquet of
the. Toting Men's Christian association
will be spread at the association building
next Wednesday evening. Responses to
invitations sent out by R. B. Flower,
boys' work director. Indicate that the at
tendance will exceedi 2". Attendance will
be limited to assoilatlon boys accom
panied by their fathers and association
men accompanied by their sons.
It. A. Walle, for ten years International
secretary for boys' 'work of the, associa
tion, will be the chief speaker. His sub
Jt.ct will be "The Hoy and the IJoy'a
Father."
12
I E Scarfs
rsr w-aer-- e. a
ML 7
fiL:'& "Aw
111 N rut
v-S. old
iv f f
! I 1 V V 1 1.
Til ''" fcesae"' sVrtSiB i issl
school
on day
Hundred- of children will be
i new shoes from Fry's,
k of Yacatiort generally
finishing touches on th
ones after a hard season.
e
Only tha best boy's shoes are
sold here the only klndt's
economy to buy. Prices
low enough to satisfy you,
ranting from
S
1fto$22
'SHO&GQ
EASTER LAMBS Lambs for Your Easter Dinner
rOmZQUAKTTB STKIKO) L1KI . .
KXSTSQttAXTEB FBI LAMB . .
ri9 TOM.X. X.OXKS
Fre!i dressed chickens lli
choice veal roast ll-e
Young vt-ai chops ..ISHe
Steer not roast i . . . lOfl
Pig pork roast SS
Pig pork butts lle
Mutton chous 8c
choice srare ribs ............ S.o
Pttlt Pork SSS
fckliined hams U-,o
...
...SOe
. , 'Ol
Snr cured haina ... ....... .S4U
bpei-lal aiooked meats for your Khh-lei-
Swift's premium and CudfthyV
IMamond : hams 1C
Kxlia lean breskfaat bcon . .1SV,0
SiiKnr cure1 bacon ..lSa
Oysinrn, ier quart 0e
Our dellery wagons leave at S,
II and S. 1'rompt atteutlou to mall
orders. ,
THE EHPRESS MARKET
Opp. Wooiwortb 3 and 10c Store. X13 South 16th 8t. Tel. l. 2807.
EALTEIt LAMBS FOR YOUR EASTER PINKER
Forequarter Spring Lambs
Iliadquarter Spring Lambs
Pig Pork Loins
fresh dressed chickens , HSe
ivtwr pot roast 104
hol'-e vrttl tMit ........... 1 1 1, s
Voung -! Oiops 12-SS
Hik l-ork rot e
t iat pork bulls lle
i I, i.i; xnure ribs Si
Mil pom eaS
mx U.1 n'.ke.l meats for your Kan
ir rimilt s tiirinlum atnl t'u.1hy'
I utirton'1 t llama 1SC
. . i
' - ... i
....
....
Fklnned hams , !.
Mnr rurrj hsu SS
I- lira lean breakfast l'Oll , 10
HuKar vurml liaioii lto
BpeetsJ
Krniu s to t p. hi., lamb chops , .Se
h'roiii t to 14 p. in., pork chops loe
Thr dellvsrlee a day I, 1.S0,
t:0 Mall urdi rs glveu pronipt at
tention. "
PUBLIC r.lAREIET .JK
SUITS FOR EASTER
Men's and Toung Men's Butts, all
wool serge, worsteds, all colore anl
styles; $10 and ll7 Kf I ft
values, ur price W ' " 1
Suits to Measure
all Wool Fabric
$15
SHOES, OXFORDS, SLIPPERS
4.0 Men's Bench Made Shoes, run
metal, viot-kid or tan; 9 CQ
our price issw
14.0ft Ladles' Phoes srxl Onfords
fancy cloth top, lace or SO
button; our price Sa.swU
Boys' (hin Metal Shoes, button or
lace. tibO quality; our $Jg68
1. B0 Chlld'a fancy top QRn
Bhoes, t to 8; our price 3UU
HATS FOR MEN AND BOYS
A 11 -we ask Is to look at our hafs-
we can save you $1.00. on SI Cft
every hat;' $2.60 hats for lsOU
$1.00 Boys' Nobby Hate
for
r.d.D.r:.c.p"; 50c 25c
50c
LADIES' SKIRTS AND COATS
$J fiO Pklrts, all Jsteet etyles blue,
black or tan; or price, S2s50
$.00' VkVr'ts. 'ail latest' ' ' gfl CQ
styles and colors; our price sJmsUW
IT.IO Hklrts In alt colors fE flfl
and styles, your choice..
$1.00 House Dresses S0
BitLine of S&irts, Tie. Underwear. Hose. Etc., Lowest Price.
J. HELPHAND CLOTHING CO., 314-316 North 16th St.
i
Arnold Borglum says g
"Lee's Shampoo Is the best rtiare ever used and
ray barber says the same thing. My wife says 'No mora
hair dresser for me wbea I can shsmpoo and dry my
hair In thirty minutes at home.' It cleans the best, dries
the Quickest and lesves the fasir and scalp la such flae
condition. "Arnold S. Borglum.
Many fine heads of hair are ruined by soaky soap
suds soap left in hair body snd scalp pores after drying.
Lee's Liquid Shsmpoo Is the liquid soap of right fluidity,
thst goes Instantly to the scalp, where most nfeeded. In
full strength. Then the lather passes through the hair
but once going out, a thick, heavy, non-penetrating
lather that cuts grease, dirt and dandruff Quicker and
better than the light, foamy, soak-in kind.
' A TRIAL SHAMPOO IS VBRY CONVneCMO
Isnje 32 stm barn, 1 10 tluvnpM far sua). 33 c. Omrt bettta, IIIU Ue siss 8 ttsM. $1.0S
rm mtt 1 SK nm . ,Mlpl4. Saapte Ammpm MUH poaisslS. IS cm.
Meals rnmtt a tha laboratorlmt of
GEO. It. LEE CO. Omaha, Nebraska
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NO. 27
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located at 638 So. 16th street. In the new beautiful Castle Hotel
Building, will soon be In shape. for real business. Door now open, but
our stock. Is not yet complete the Meat Market will be in eoou. This
makes our 7th Store in Omaha we must have a large volume to sup
port our low prices.' No Saturday Specials, Sale Baits the item our
brother grocer makes the largest profit on Is the Item we make) you
the biggest snvUigl Compare all prices, not just a few.
Hoda, lb., 10c; pkr. o
lliih-No-Mots or Pyramid Waehlna"
I'owder. 'iia pka v.l&o
to pka. 4n: three for..,.- lOo
Hal Hoda. 4 4 lbs. So; 26 lbe....S5
OHsollne, 7al.. 12c; I sTalm 66o
Coal Oil, per aallon. So; 6 sal. 8o
Oold Tust. 23c pka. $0c; I for ..am
Wall t'aper Cleaner, oan .80
Three for flao
Furniture Polish. II. et M-. tOa slr.e
Tor 24c; 26o else for 16s
Salt Shaker .i. iOo, To
6c nihil table salt. 8c; IOo sacks 5c;
I4-I!. narks 130
Bakins; Powder, 1 lb. ..BSo
Can Tip i So
Corn Flakes i 10e
Pkg. Toasts, c; $ for Ifle
Uic pkirs. Krlnkle, c; 8 for .....SSo
Ohlck rood, the best quality, lb. to
18 lbs.. 26c: per sack . A
Our frank open meat prices on
blackboards of each market wilt ap-'
peal to you; so will the full weight.
We charaf So for reaular deliverle
territory. Six dollar ordnra delivered fre4j in the same territory.
Bent lard, lb, 18c; 2d grade. .. .ISe
Compound, lb., 10c three for. .880
Country butter,' lb 84c
Best Creamery Butter, pks;.. . . . .3uo
Hulk, lb SSo
Pull Cream Wisconsin Cheese, lb. 19o
Butterine, 2-lb. rolls C4o
Kxtra Princeton, white or tinted, iuc
pks aio
L jweuium irraae magnolia 10
1 Cottane Milk, IOo cans 8c; 8 for 82o
, CottMK. Htlk, 6c cans 4c; 8 for. .loo
1 Cedar oil polish. 2&c an .......16a
6O0 cans. 30c; 81.00 alza eOo
Cube and powdered sugar, lb. . .90
8 for 95o
Beat beet euaar, sack ....... .96.20
Hest cane ausar, Sauk ,...83.40
16H lbs .91.00
Garden seeds, rerular aise pkgs., a
for So
Get our prices on Rakes. Hoes,
and Garden Tools of about all
kinds; also 8-ply and 7-ply Hose,'
les o groceries and meats In a limited
a 1rtk In the same territory. Special.
trreauiar oeitveriea leo or more, accoramai to distance
Ra. II, 111 No. 1Sth St Ro. IS 1187 Viaton Ro. 2S, 2S1I Ro. 24th SI
.22. 1411 Ro. 24th SL Ro. 24, 2181 Farnam Ro. 21, 4181 Ro. 24th St
No. 27. 633 South 16th Street
THE LOU COST OF LIUIIIG STORE
350 ARTICLES IN OUR STORE FOR LESS MONEY
than any other so-called low price cutting stdre in the city.
We buy in carload lots for cash and sell for cash; that's why
we save the people from 35 to 50 per cent. Everything is
marked in plain figures. No charges for delivery.
8A.TUBOAT BTBCSAI ;
4S-lb.. sack Hunklst or Victor flour 9M
4-lh. sack Mckle flour, aa sood as the beat tl.VO
Crcuinery butter. Idlewild, Meadow Gold, Wedge wood or Ideal, per lb. ...Se
We will place on sale Saturday a combination Mop Stick and Brush Holder,
. sumethlna new on the market; it sells regular tho each, on sale Bat. at 10o
' No mora than ona-to uli ciiHtomer.
Good peas, per can Be
I'er ilon cans ..see
Kxtra fine peas, l$Sc regular . .THa
O'er . diiseii .......860
Milk humliry, 10c cane Se
Ijireo Caiis pumpkin . . . . t. . ,THo
Larae cans eweet potatoee.. . . .90
lr 4 cans for '. . .9fio
Btrletly fresh country ewits. doa. 8 00
Grape Nuts, per pks. IOo
loo pka. Corn Flakes ..be
rsns 6c alse 4X milk for 880
3 cans 19c slse apole butter for loo
10c pka. Klngsford starch ...... 80
1 r,c pkrs. peanut wafers .So
Sweet pickles, per on art IOo
Prunes, larice 16c kind, lb TV4e
errirots. dried. ISc kind, lb THO
8cat BBrTefra Arsx.a tu tsbt bsbt comv rrn btxbbs. ,
10Vk lbs. fresh pure leaf lard tor ...... ..t 91.00
111 lbs. fresh pork neck bones, for A B5e
1'urk loins, not frosen aixl does not come out of a erreat biff hos", welsh 20 lbs.
This welaht from 7 to 10 lbs. average, per lb . .11 We
r resu pora snninner. rroin no ins. average, to. mi
Plrloln or porterhouse steak, lb. ISHe
Veal chnua, lb. 14V.0
No. 1 skinned hams. h .184,0
No. 1 susar cured, regular hams, per
lb 18 He
Veal roas t of hindquarters, lb. 19V4o
Genuine lamb chops, per lb. ...las
Huron. No. 1 back, bv sirto. lb. 1SV40
Coltolena lard. 2 no alse can loo
Cottnlene lard, 6O0 sisa cam to
Cottoleue lard. $1.28 alse can.... 79a
Kail orders will reeetTs atrlc as-taattoa.
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itMcpiione Ooulas 1530
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EASTER
"SPECIALS
"At The Quality Store"
Are Specials In every sense of the word.
They mean just what they say - II IG
"VV-T RATEH." They sare you money.
FINE OLD MELLOW WHISKIES.
Clival. tiloMK. fine "xl
awh7:..,.,,.l.,...59o
Home VI a d s 9 I SS
drape Wine. gal.
Two uuarta bot- 4C
tied lieer fcMW
Old Taylor, I yrs. old,
regular 1.26. Qflft
full quart ilUU
Old Crow, 8 years oil,
regular 81.16, QD.
fuU quart JOu
Spring; lit U, 8 yrs
regular ii.zb,
full quart. . .
Bunny Broiik, 8 yeare
old. regular QO.
l.S8. full qt 51 Is
Cedar Brack. yra. old.
regular ll.. QRr
full quart 9ii4
old.
S3o
Clark'a Rye, 8 yrs. old,
regular 81.15, CIRp
full quart OU
Greenbrier, 8 yra. old.
regular 11.15, QO.
full quart 9 CO
Ouggenhelmer, 9
oia. regular
11.85. full qt..
Oreen River, 8 year
old, regular QO.
ILI5. full qt.... OB
Pony tVeek. 9 QO.
yra. old. full it. OU
Imperial Special fQn
Whiskey, full qt. WW
Tears
,.98c
Monty stfuhd If Oooda Stot BatlafftStery.
rrw Ooaooaa fos lvnrk Bowl or Caaeeroie tH. Aak for These.
We Issue aaoppere Ktleage.
CACKLEY BROTHERS -- ! 'XSiS? .S'K
YOU GAM AFFORD TO BE WELL DRESSED
EASTER SUNDAY READ THESE VAULES
A Before Easter Sale of Women's Newest Spring Apparel and Millinery. . AH the
newest and prettiest of Women's and Misses' Suits, Coats, Dresses, SItirts and -Millinery,
at prices that are at least one-third lower than you have to pay in the high-rent stores.
Come Saturday and see for yourself. THE NOVELTY CO.
Women's and ITHssos' Tailored Suit
G
Sold elsewhere at $17.50 to $20,00. A splendid assortment of very
nifty suits in all the leading styles and colors, fine mannish serg3,
poplins, newest checks, etc.; all sizes; go on sale CQ 1E
Saturday at $11.75 and VwafciJ
CHARMING TAILORED SUITS.'
Sold elsewhere at $25.00 to $32.50. Featuring every new and
pretty design. For Saturday we place on sale a large selection in the
newest fabrices and colors, all sizes, for women and misses, CI M 7JZ
at $16.95 and ....... v. , V , $ 1 't. 1 3
NEW SPRING COATS.
That sell elsewhere at up to $19.00.
Including ,. fine checks, plaids,
serges, etc., in the niftiest 7C
styles at $9.75, $7.95 and. . wwi I d
WOMEN'S SHOES AND FUMPS.
Military Lace Boots in gray,
suede and fawn cloth tops;
Pumps in all the newest
PRETTY- SILK DRESSES.
Sold, ut up to $19.00. Newest
shirred belt and flare skirt effect, i
and all the latest spring styles, all
leading fabrics and shades, PC QC
styles and colors; ... . CO IE
at$2.95and.....,...OZi40
go at $9.75, $7.95 and
PRETTY DRESS SKIRTS.
Sold at up to $9.00. All the
newest checks, Chudda
cloths, poplins, - mannish
serges, etc.; all colors
go 8V$4.95 and. . ..
52,95
!7 U
Dainty Silk and Lingerie Waists.
$2.00 values. A great virir
ety of new spring styles in
china silks and lin- 07ft
geriex, Saturday at . 3 1 u
Beautiful faster Millinery at Saving of Nearly One-Half to You. i. J,
One glance at. the large array of charming trimmed hats in our millinery department, .
and the low prices at whichwe sell them, will convince you that you can save nearly owe-1
half of what you are asked elsewhere.
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a.i .
X JP5i. .
V v. V v
Beautiful Trimmed Hats
That sell at up to $7.50j The
prettiest sailor effects, Shep
herdosshats, turbans, etc., go
Saturday
at $3.98 and ....OZigO
Special Saturday. Trimmed Hats
Worth to $4.00. Saturday we
place on sale one .lot of very
pretty trimmed hats in a number
of fetching styles C1 QQ
. unuu
at
14.19 sTarsh
ISth St.. V
Block BTorta
of Volt.
efrue.
TOE flOHELTV .
B14-19 Worth ISth
at-, Jns a Few
Btepa Horth of
the Klrb Bent
Distrlot.
mm
ml
sod
m
OVMlf. MONDAY
ma
. pi
H
Economy and Good
Living
Can ba combined by the
housewife who knowa the
food value and many dif
ferent ways of serrlna;
SfflDBHw
MACARONI
Mfty deUcloua dishes, erery
one of them different ev
ery one of .them. good. ,
Recipes la every " package.
MUnner ffg. Co. Omsiha.
TSs LsnrMl Mrosl
V Fsrtory . In Amerir.
..mi'
Lantern Slides
Hare yon seen
them at the Moviei?
Engravings
for ' window display and
cards. Made without delay
Candidate for Office v
will obtain the best pub
licity resultf by using
these; , we make them.
Call or write to us
for Information. .
The Bee Engraving DepL
103 Bee BUg.. Omaha
POLITICAL ABVKHTISIKQ.
POLITICAL ADVERTISING.
Resident and Taxpayer of
Omaha for 34 Years.
Nels J. Anderson
' Candidate for
City Commissioner
I stand for the economic
interest and welfare of
the people, and refer to'
my post legislative record
to verify this statement.
Extracts From an Omaha Daily, April 1, 1913
' AJTSXBaOB STATS OB TMM JOB
Doalaa Oonaty sCeaahec Baa Been Aotlve ia Uaooln,
(From a Staff Correapondent)
LINCOLN, April 1. So far thla session Mr. Anderson has proven
one of tbe very hardest working first termers down bare. He has
brought down the wrs.th.-of aume of his constituents because- he
threw rweka Into tbe machinery, which waa arlnillng through a 3,00(
iuvresse in saUry for county officials; hs aJse put blocks in front of
the bill permitting the city communion to issue 1100,000 park bonds
without a vote of the people, and he bss also put a crimp in the bill
to permit the city commission to levy 1250.000 for general fund pur
poses, and he landed a ataagvrtng blow on the bill to permi the com.
nusstoa to make a 1-mlll levy fur the poorhouse. -
lie Is supporting the IMO.00 tnorease for the police and the same
for the fire dirtuient. He has snared a 1 100,000 appropriation for
tbe daf and dumb institute at Omaha. lie Is a member of the sift
ing comxnlltee and a-s such Is doing good work, and is trying to rats
the bill to permit the county commissioners to feed Douglas County
prisoners at cost.
THE 5-DAY TREATMENT
HopeforDrugllsers
The Eureka Drug; Treatment la
not- an experiment. Jt has long
since passed that stage.
'We guarantee to remove perma
nently all craving and desire for
Habit-Forming Drugs In
B DATS
We use no names of parties who
have taken treatment unless volun
tarily given permission. Many in
Omaha have requested us to give
their names to those desiring treat
ment. Call or write for these refer
ences. Our XstaoA Is Painless and
Harmless.
Terms reasonable, Payments easily
arranged. Call or write. Open till
10 I. M. , n
Eureka Drug Treatment;
838 Park Avsane.
AdAress 8. B. Ooreham.
' rhoae Harney .3336,
19 lbs. for . . . $1.00
Beat Orannlated Bug-ar. We can y
a full line of Coffees. Teas, 8pices,
Kxtracte, Baking Powder, Starches,
Blueing. Ammonia, Cocoa, Wyan
dotte Cleaner and Cleanser, Stovo
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