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Th9 Flattsmouth Herald.
KNOTTS BROS, Publishers
PniitUliwI rviiry ThurMtity, ami il.illy evtuj
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fllccfiir trivimiHvuii tlirowrri tV U. n,)r
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TO RENDER AID.
The movement inaugurated ly
several utatert of the union, to equip
train loads of provisions for the
starving Kttxsianx in timely and
commendable, and should become
general throughout the country.
Our granaricH are full to overflow
ing, and this little act of charity, to
tm practi;ally 110 sacrifice, will be
abundantly appreciated by the
Nubians, and have a tendency to
create a favorable immpresion
toward our own country.
Indications are that a train will
be equipped with Nebraska prod
ucts in the near future, as re-
sponoes to dovernor Ihayers re
quest have been numerous and
Now Try This
It will cost you nothing and will
surely do you good, if you have
Cough, told or any trouble with
Throat, Chest or Lungs. Dr. King'i
New Discovery for Consumption
Coughs and Colds is guaranteed to
give relief, or money will be paid
back, btifferers from La Grippe
found it just the thing and under
its use had a speedy and perfect re
covery. 1 ry a sample bottle at our
expense and learn for yourself just
how good a thing it is. Trial bottl
tree at r. O. i ncke & Co. Drug
oiun, j,.uj;i; tiise iXJC. aim fUl)
Holidav Rn .
men. ?l. wil se II round fi-;t
41. I. .,- . . . .
utniiu on uL-c. it,:! unu m to sta
nous not over 3HJ miles distant at
rates as tollows:
in Aenrasha Ninth Dakota and
Wyoming one and one-third fare
In Colorado and Kansas one fare.
In selling from a point in Kan
sas or Colorado to a point in Ne
braska or vice versa, agents wH! use
rate ot tare and a third for the en
tire distance regardless of rale ap
plying in the dim-rent states- ti
'.. 1. .. I.I I M ... ...
.... ivi m v. wain Jialiu
"""in iiuee years, ami nave re
commended lis tw 111 more than ;
hundred special cases of catarrh
The unanimous answer to our in
(jinnes is. "11 s the best remedy that
1 nave ever tiM-d." Our experience
m, in. 11 uiicrc parties continued its
lise.it never fails to cure.- J. II
.'lontgonicry, C o Druggists, De-
When I began using ICIy's Cream
Halm my catairh was so bad I Iwi.l
headache the whole time and dis.
charged a lare amuuiit of filthy
matter. That lias almost eiiiir. lv
disappeared and have not had head
ache science.-!. tSoinniers.SteDhiiev.
MONDAY, Di:Ci:.MI!KR:il. IS!)!
I'M I.K SAM may well winli every
notion in the universe a mem
Many old soldiers, who contracted
chronic diarrhoea while in the
service, have since been permanent
ly cured of it by Chaimberlaiii's
Colic, ( holera mid diarrhoea K'em
edy. 1'or sale by F. O. Fricke & Co
Are you made miserable by indi
. geslion, constipation, dizziness.
loss ot appetite, yellow skin? Shi-
loh s ita!ier is a positive cure
For sale by F. (1. Fricke & Co.
causing no iiupli
AT this time a great many repub
licans are speaking more compli
nientary of Mr. Mills than are many
It appears at this time verj
improbable that the republican?
will receive the aid from Mr. Mills
which they apprehended a few
Height of Cruelty
.niviMis women seldom reclve
tlie sympathy they deserve.
While often the nicttircsot ln-iilih
iney are constantly ailing. To
with hold sympathy from these tin-
lortiintes is tlie lietglit of cruelty
1 ncy nave, a weeK Heart 1. cans inr
.1 . e . . . .
i-iioiiiieess 01 Dreath, tluttering.
pain 111 side, week and hungry
swells, and finally swelling of
ankles, oppression, choking, snioth
ei ing and dropsy. Dr. Miles1 New
Heart v. lire is 111st t hr tliino- f,.r
tlieiu. Jor their nervousness, bead
ache, wcekness, etc., his Restorative
Nervine is uiieiialed. Fine treatise
on" Heart and Nervous Diseases"
anil marvelous testimonials free.
Sold and fuaranteed by. F. G. Fricke
Ik there is a man in the United
States that richlv desires the sym
pathy of the people it is Jerry Simp
son. No socks and consequently
SPECIAL MARKET LETTER.
IT is evident that Speaker Crisp
considers that "to the victors
belong the spoils." In view ol
which he has distributed the chair
manships so as to pay his sup
porters and gratify his personal
IT is rumored that Cleveland has
announced that he is not a candi
date for n nomination. Why could
lie not have ma le this statement a
few months since, lie eTidently
has been watching the formation
of a high Hill, which he deems im
practicable to attempt to mount.
Tiinkb-foukths of the committee
on coinage is in favor of unlimited
coinage of silver. There is little
doubt that a free silver bill will
pass the democratic house and in
the event the Crisp faction can
control the democratic national
convention a plank favoring it will
J. Kl.LKX Fostkk while in
the senate gallery, Monday, witness
ng the Plumb obsequies laid her
fur coat aside for a few moments.
Presently an occasion presented
its self upon which she deemed it
necessary '.to leave her seat for a
few moments. Up,,,, returning
kmc loiin.i tnatKX) in money had
oeen stolen also, a d
a diamond pin
Till? rumor that Governor
Humphrey would resign and have
the lieutenant governor appoint
him to the senatorial vacancy oc
casioned by the death of Senator
riuiiib, was a pure fabrication,
there being no foundation whatever
'or the statement. Govenmr
Humphrey has resented the insult
in no unmistakable terms. Such a
move might confidently be appre
hended if such a man as Governor
Hill was in his place, however.
Although the method of secret
voting known as the Australian
ystem was introduced into thl
United States only five years ago, it
has now been adopted in thirty
three states of the Union. An ex
planation of the statutes of each of
these and their experience with the
use of the secret-ballot, as well as
of the grouping of candidates and
of the method of voting the ballot
in each state, is explained in an in
teresting review of this whole
movement by Mr. Joseph IJ. Bishop
in the January number of the
Forum. The rapidity with" which
this system has been adopted in
every part of the Union is without
a parallel in the history of reform
movements in the United States.
Almost every state of importance.
except some of the Southern states,
iiow has a secret-ballot law on its
Statute books, and some of them
have it in their constitutions. It is
a singular fact that the Southern
states have been the hindmost in-
stead of the foremost in this move
ment, because the secret-ballot
would undoubtedly in practice dis
franchise a large part of the ignor
.lint voters in the south.
, w. G. Tress & Co., Hankers & Commis
sion Merchants, Nos. 2 and 4 Sherman
Street, Chicago, in their last special mar
ket letter say : If theold adage "as rim
iron so goes trade " is to again be verified,
the corning year promises to be one of un
usual activity and prosperity, for the iron
indnstriesof onrcountry have for some time
ueen steadily increasing their output and in
many instances been unable to keep pace
wuu me uemanci. it is claimed that orders
already given rolling mills for steel rails,
aicK,ne inree times as many as at tlie cor
responding date last year, and that the de-
m A f , : 1 . . .
.mm railways ior iron to tie used in
construction and repairs, must for many
months be urgent, if the roads are to be
put in proper condition and rollinii stock be
supplied to meet the requirements of the
i.irgciy increased traltic due to the results
ot tlie last harvest, and the unprecedented
uciii.inu ior ioou products from abroad
The etfects of this demand is cleurlv anna.
rent to the most casual observer, and have
been made manifest in the finaifial con-
ui. 0.1 01 our oanks, the earnings of our
railways, the liquidation of mortgages, and
in the general feeling of satisfaction and
confidence permeating the agricultural,
industrial and commercial cl.-issi. v;ih
such satisfactory results from but six
months of the demand, the future is
bright with promise, for there is nothing
upon which to predicate a prophecy of
an abatement during the remainder of
the crop year, while there are sub
stantial reasons for expecting an im
provement. Already have the increase in
available funds, and the prospects of larger
railway earnings revived speculation in
Mocks and bonds, and as foreigners pay
lor the enormous quantities of grain to be
tent them, and farmers discharge their
obligations, the field for speculation must
widen, for railway shares cannot be ad
vanced indefinitely, and investors must
seek other channels for the employment of
their funds. In what can they invest more
conveniently and profitably than the pro
ducts of the soil which are primarily res
ponsible for their prosperity. As money
become more abundant and domestic and
foreign consumption reduces stocks of
1,-rain, speculators who are now attracted
by advancing railway shares will doubtless
turn their attention to grain, and infuse
new life and activity into l.innnlcliinn ......
kcls. ' " ' h '
The general situation has not materially
changed during the week, and the market
fcr wheat has fluctuated within a narrow
range in consequence of the general dis-
lr 1 1 1 An 1, U .
i-.-......, .,i uoine ana aoroad to restrict
transactions until after the holiday season
' ontinental Kurope has evinced some dis
position to renew purchasing in our iik"-'-ts
on a more liberal scale, being led by
I rench operators who are reported as
having bought literally on the Pacific
t oast European markets have shown
a halting tendency because of a fair in
crease in the amount on ocean passage
Farmers deliveries in the United Kingdom
are decreasing, and domestic receipts
whibj large enough to moderately increase
visible stocks, show some indications of
abatement. Cash wheat has been in fair
demand, and it is claimed that the out
ward movement to country mills would be
much larger if eastern railway lines could
furnish transportation. There has been
no marked change in the condition of the
growing crop, although rains and warm
weather in the favored localities have been
benehctal. The general situation Is such
however, that a suddon change to extreme!
ly cold weather, while the plant is iinpro
tected by snow, would create apprehensions
for its safety.
The expectaa'ons of the bulls in the near
futures of corn have not been realized
and the market is gradually drifting
towards its normal condition, which when
Attained, will establish the May future at a
pr.-mium. over cash and the nearer futures,
and enable country grain dealers to crib
the grain without the risks of serious
losses. So lone as the
1 , ..... ""rl"r ic-
?. If. Clifford, New Castle, Wu
was troubled with neuralgia und
rheumatism, his stomach w.-i ilia
ordered, his liver was affected to mi
alarming degree, appetite fell nwaj
and he was terribly reduced iuilesk
and strength. I'hree bottles o1
Klectric Hitters cured him.
hdward Shepherd. II
111., had a riinninir sore on hi leo
of eiirht vears' stamlm.r
.1 ....-. , ... . .?v -
iint-c mime 01 jviectric Hitters and
seven Pottles Uucklen's Aruic
JNiive, ami ins leg is sound and well
01111 speaker, Catawba. ().. had tin
artre fever sores 011 his lei dnrti.n
saiu ne whs incurable. One botti
Electric liitfers and one box UmJi
leu's Arnica Salve curfd him entire
ly. sold by F. G. Fricke & Co.
I have been a great sufferer from
catarrh for over ten years; had it
very bad, could hardly breathe.
Some nights I could not sleep and
had to walk the floor. I purchased
Kly's Cream Halm and am using it
freely, it is working a cure surely.
I have advised several friends to
use it, and with happy results in
every case. It is the medicine
above all other for catarrh, and it
is worth its weight in gold. I thank
God I have found a remedy 1 can
use with safety and that does all
that is claimed for it. It is curing
my deafness. H. W. Sperry, Hart
PLACKS OF WORSHIP.
CATiioi,ic.-St. Paul's Church, ak. between
Kifth ami Sixth. Father C'ainey, Pastor
H'-rvlcej : M iss at n unit 111 :: a. m. Sutidiiy
School at 2 :;ni, with benediction.
CiiHi-TiAN-.-Cnrner l.oi-ust and Klu-hth Sts.
Services morning mid evening. Klder A.
(Jalioway iustor. Sunday School 10 a. m.
Ki-iscoi-Al.. St. Luke's Church, eortier Third
Mild ilie. Key. 11 II. Iliiircsn. pai-tur. Ser
vices : 11 a. m. iKd 7 Me. M. Sunday School
at a :.') p.m.
fimtMAy Mk.tiiiiiiist. .irncr Sixth St and
(tiainte. Itev. Illrt. I'liotor. Services : II A. i
and 7 :M 1: M. buu.i.iy School 10 :3(i A. si.
I'Kl'fr.vi'i ttiAN. -services In new church, cur
tier Sith 1111. 1 ( ininile sih. ;ev..l T. llalrd,
:iylm Simdav-M- mil at U ; .'' ; Pre achiiu;
at It a. 111.101I k p in,
'I In- . It. s. ('. K ol 1 hi church int-ftK e vnrv
Salih-ilh evening ill 7 :ir. in the basement of
the chuciii. All are invited to attend thcxe
KlUHT Ml TMOIitST. Sixth St.. licttteii M'lin
and Pearl. Kev. I.. V. P.rltt. P. I), nastor.
rv lVlCCH :l A. M.. 8 (Kl 1- SI Slim Sell...
!::! A. M. I'ruyi rtneeti: g Wednesday even
Ukhma.v PiiKHitvTKitiAN. Corner Main and
rsaiin. i:cv vt lite, i ist"r. Services us":
hours. .Sunday -clionl ti :;io a. m.
SWI KIlWH ( 1. Noun; vrlOKAl (;r:oiltn. lie
tween Fifth and Sixth.
tot.oitKI) HAI'TI.T.-Mt. Olive. Oak. between
iciiiii anil i.ieventli lu-v. A. Jhirwcil, pas
mm. .-leive es 1 1 11. in. 11 1 1 1 7 :.) 11. 111, l'iti
ineetliiL' Wednesday evening.
Vot Nd Mkn'h ltl-TI an AssoriA-rtnv
nonius in v aii'iiuaii block, Main street, (ios
pel meeting, for inei, onlv, every Smidav af
tei iiiMiii ui 4 o'clock. Hounir- oiieu week days
fr..in b.'m .. ... ... 1. . .1.. ... J
in., n if ; .mi v. 111.
OIMTII TAIIK TAIIKHNACLK Itev .1 M
W jnil, I nst.ir. .Services; Sunday Sirtinol
i-a. in.: i i eacii I hi;, u a. iii. and 8 p. in
prayer ineetliie luesdiiy night; elmir prac-
' """j muni., ah are welcome.
STAPLE AND FANCY
Patronage of the Public Solicited.
North Sixth Street, Plattsmouth.
A fOi'LLAK FAMILY.
t..ii . u T7..n u 1 ITaiA that
ie-m to 'eatch on 'to the last nctr' UjinJJJi
what I niuy, you always seem H , j fiott
Kat'b: "Idon'tknow: Ieerinr,;
muKeany exertion in tnai airecowa."
Jknmic: " Well, during the but n,,
lor axaiupio, you nave taxen uai pai.
without any toucher :
whi-ii Miss Luliir, desei tcil her ltJ iwr
IRST : NATIONAL : HANK
OF PLATTSMOUTH. NEKHASKA
'aid up capital
l.MtiHIS Or PVTIIIAS Cauntlet Lodge
CI IF. II illl-l'l- rVITV 11 fllrlKl.ll III' Atf .in 1 1,
it tlw.1- 1, .11 I.. I. ... t. . .
'h iik ii ii hi i in i p a i r:i a- it iuiu aii if i u
Itlng knights are eordlaily Invted to' attend
. L. Maishall. C. C. : Ii Hovcy, K, l. s.
A - l ..W',.s Mei'lx first and third Friday
eve.iingK ot each niotilh at (i. A. H. Hall
111 Itockwnok Muck. Frank Vetinlivoii M vu
i o ,i.. i i - "
A V; w- N'"-xi-eets Heciuid andtoiirtli
I-rlday - venlngs In the month a' li. A. K
hall in Ibickwood block, E.J. Morgan, M W,
( I Hiwnii, lH-UtJlllfl,
Heart disease is iisiiallysuposed
iu ie lneiiiiime, out wlien properly
treated a large portion of cases can
be cured. Tims Mrs. Klmira Hatch,
ui r.iMian, inn., and Mrs. Nary I,
naKcr, or uvid, Mich., were cured
after suffering 20 years. S. C. Lin
burger, druggist at San Jose, III.,
says that Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure
which cured the former, "worked
wonders for his wife." Levi Lnn-.-m
of Buchanan, Mich., who had heart
uisease tor .) years, says two bottles
mane mm -ieei like a new man.'
Ir. Miles' New Heart Cure is sold
ana guaranteed by F. G. Fricke &
Co. Ikok of wonderful testimonials
Gentlemen would not use "HIubIi
I : i ...... . . .
" " u was a paint or pow-
uer, oi course not. it is clear as
water, no sediment to fid the
i tne skin. Its mission is to heal.
i , . r . . .
.ieane aim purity me complexion
i i-vri y uiiperiection. ntul liisnren
every lady and gentleman a clean,
smooth complexion. Sold by O. H.
onyuer. i rice io cents.
11 Meet at the K. of I'
I rati: block over llennett
brethren Invited. Henrv
Thos Walling, Secretory,
Ai:C'AAM-(V" Council No 1nl
'. hall In the Pariuele &
n iiittn, visirlng
Ht-rold, Kegeut ;
ITAMUfniWll V t ta T d w
SV3L.Xue"i,.f?,,.,FV,t f,1 ,llelr ,U4" ,n "'t'rald
Olock. All Odd r-ellows are cordially Invited
'O attend When Visllimr In O.anltu' 1 -.....
N. O. 8. W. Bridge. Secrelarv'i '',
H K CI1IZKXS BANK.
Oapttal stock paid In nt
Authorized Capital, $100,000.
''HANK OAKHOTtl. JOS. A. CONNOK.
W. H. CU8RIN0. Ccnhier.
Crank Carruth J. A. Connor. V. R. Outhii ni
W. Johnson, Henry B(rck, John O'Keefe
W. n. Mrriam, Wm. Weteiicamp, W.
rathe very be-t facilities for the promu
tram-action of ligitimate
Stock", bonds, gold, government and local v
urlliei' bought i. ml sold. Deposits recniv
;id Inteici allowed en the cert i fie .
drafts drawn, available in any part of tin
:nlted States and all tlie principal town o
JOI.LKCTIO.NS M ADK AMI -1I0.MI'TLY BKHIT-
Bighest marker price paid for County War
rauts, State Him County bonds.
John Fitzgerald D. Ilawksworth
Ham Waugli. K. K. White
tlt-orge K. Dovey
ohn Fitzgerald, 8. Waugh.
President Ca t
JEW HARDWARE STORE
S. K. HALL & SON
Keep all kinds nflmlMers hardware on hand
aim in supply contractors on most fav
. orable ten.s
: TIl ROOFIN-'a l
and all kinds of tin work promptly
.un ii.Mii iuu ciniuiry solicited
ti it 1, I
you came tf the r
iei-teu her Oil isivrti
so suddfiily, and certainly we are W!
lug 111 gi;u:e un.lt-r your instriK-t;i. : 1 i
you t.-llinif Tomtiiy Knmes Inst eviiinti
his elub tiiaile iiiistnkcs in ti!nviii(in.i
you sri'iii to lie no ounll the htt't si 'fails
know j.isr wiiatti) doiiiiiieralltiivuistii
you ontci-t iiii I t-.-it il u I fy ; and in i
monin vou nave mi proved so In health.
yoi: toil tue. to your physk-uleuitiiiei-xi-Vnciv
Ho you get all ol your inloii
from In tliM li!tlo r -.it-of the way place
you never go to the city."
Katu: " Wtiy, Jennie, you will nm
Tniit. I h:'veoii!y one sniuvenf inf-n n
but it is surprising Imw- it nn el.si,). wm
very s.-l I nn he:.r -l uriylliiug in-wlUiii
mi.- nr.n n-w iris I'. lll'.r ll.U lull urn tf.
on the Miliji-et. .!aaier Nol lln
And a giv.it Iioumuu it is lo us iill,
really furnishes the reudinir for the
b'iii.eh..l. : father lias given up 1,1s u nJ
i. .. i... i .... , .' ... . i
Liiai. in. nan i.iiieii ior Jieui-s, lib ne sn
one gives more und better inl.Tinul
the S'llijer's of tlio ilay ; und nioilie
that it is that that makes her such n ;
lion el;.-eiei-. In fact, wo all mine th
the only really family magazine pul
ss w i- navo si nt for samples of all ol
ami liml that onn is all for men. mint,
ior women, and another for ih'liiri-n
W 'lile i Ins , me Mlils ovorv olin of lis-
only n I to t-iko one Instead of seven.
unit is wiiorotiiu economy comes in. f
only J.'.mi a ye;,r. I'crliniis vou think
too hn isli iii my praise; but 1 will let y.
ours, or, better st ill. send 10 cents to tbi
lisher, V. Jennings Demurest, 15 East
Stic rt. New York, for a snmilo copy,
hall Hi ways consider that I have dote
a great favor; ami may be vou will lieci
us out. us you soy we have the re point
being the best Informed family In
that Ik- so, it Is Demurest' Family Mat,
wint uuva it.
A liberal ofler only $.100 f,
THE WKKTLY H KHALI
and Demorest Family Mag.
tSend your subscription t(
ifi Scentific ri
Krr Anencv fort
616 Pearl St. PLATTSMOUTH, NEB.
?ti 1 COPYRIGHTS, it
Information and free TTsndbook write tJ
a. uu.. ,,1 lliioAUWAV, KW Vol.
Oldest bureau for securing patonts In Ami-l-.very
patent taken out by us Is brought be
the public by i notice given free of olmrge ii.
largest circulation of sny -rtentlfle naner In
worm, splendidly Illii8triitel. No lntollk
man PMOIIIU IMS WlinOUt 11.
year; f 1.50 ii months.
Pirunsuiias, 301 Broadway, Mew Yorl
Adaress MUNM A '
A Cure for Paralvsls.
lrank t-orncltiiH. of Pun-i ll ffi
T.. i.i . ...
"'I ""j"; i iniiuceu iir. I'inson,
nniiMfwiiu nan paralysis in the face
to buy a bottle of Chamberlain's
I am Halm, to their fre.it minn'
before the bottle bad all bet il imi'd
Hhe was il ereat deal hclti-r ll.r
lace had heen drawn to one ni.li-
out ina rain Halm relieved nil
pain and Korene.sa. and the mouth
assumed its natural nhape." It is
also n certain cure for rheumatism
line back, sprains swellings and
imeness. ou cent hot! es for aula
I 1 - - a - V
oy r. u. iricke&Lo., Druggists.
TRANSATO GENERAL BANKING BOSiNES
asues certificates of deposits bearing Interest
sens mciianKe. county and
city . . . i. h
COUNTY - 8UHVEYOR
mains above, or but slightly under 'May
it will be more profitable for dealers to
buy this future than to crib corn at home
Oats attract but a moderate share of
interest, althonKh the export movement
has been large enough to cause a larse
reduction in visible stocks:
Hog product has felt the inrluence of
liberal receipts of hogs, which continue to
astonish many well informed ooerators
who have been for some time carrying
liberal lines of product, believing that re
ceipts would suddenly drop to small pro
portions. The weather has been favorable
for their marketing, and farmers appear to
have more faith in di future of com tba
I used Kly's Crentn Halm for dry
ratarrh. It proved a cure.-H. F. M.
fcly s Cream Balm is especially
uuiiincu us a remeoy ior cntarrh
wnicn is aggravated by alkaline
dust and dry winds. W. A. Hover,
lean recommend Ely's Cream Hal
io an sutterers from dry catarrh
irom personal experience. Michael
nerr, I'nartnacist, Denver.
Aiy'8 cream Balm has cured
many cases ot catarrh. It is In con
Btant demand. Geo. W. Hoot
Pharmacist, Cheyenne, Vy.
All orders left with the county clerk will be
promptly attended to.
OFFICE IX COUKT HOUSE,
Plattsmouth, - - Nebraska
The laws of health are taught in
the schools; but not in a way to be
of much practical benefit and are
never illustrated by living examples
which in many cases might easily
be done. If some scholars, who
nau just contracted a cold, was
orotignt qetore the school, so that
all could hear the dry, loud cough
and know its significance; see the
thin white coating on the tongue
and latter, an the cold develrm.nl
see the profuse watery expectora
tion unu mm watery discharge
from the nose, not one of ihsm
would ever forget what the first
symptoms of a cold were. The
scnoiar should then be given
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy free
1', that all might see that even a
fevere cold could be cured in one
or two aays. or at least greatly miti
...t ... .
. in vi, Kiu-n property ireateu 11s
soon as the hret symptoms appear.
inis remedy is famous for it's
cures of cough, colds and croup.
It is made esneeeiallv for Viu
disease and is the most prompt and
moat reliable medicine known for
the purpose. 50 cent bottle for sale
oy r. o. hrtcke & Co., druggists.
A Cure for the Ailments of Man and Beast
A long-tested pain reliever. ,
Its use is almost universal by the Housewife, the Farmer, the
Unimcnt 1Ser' nC requirin2 an e've
No other application comparei with it in efficacy.
This well-known remedy has stood the test of years, almost
generations. ' ' ""y
No medicine chest is complete without a bottle of Must Jno
Occasions arise for its use almost every day.
All druggists and dealers have it. '
Everything to Funiisli'JYoar Hou
AT , I "
HOUSE FURNISHING EMPORIUM
Haying purchased the J . V. Weekbach store room oft c
Wain street where lam now located onn cnii i.
er than the cheapest having just put in the largest st
?!r?l3ernonShtA thecity. Gasoline sto'l
auuiuiuiiuic vi uu Kinassoiaon the installment plan,
POSITlvr 1 1 c-
,2LY HEI,S. 64 WsCY.rXu
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