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f HE; DAILY HEJiALii 1 iATTSMOlHU NKiiHASKA, SA'al..
Tho Plattsiuouth Daily Herald.
KIM O T T S BBCS.,
Publishers & Proprietors.
THE PLATTSMOUTII 11EKAL1
I published every evenlnc except Sunday
and Weukly every Thursday morning. HeKls
tered Ht thu postotTtee. I'laltrinoutli. Netr..n
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Look out for a squall Monday as con
gress meets on tliat day.
Conohkss will assemble Monday and
President Cleveland will transmit his
last message to that honorable body.
Tiik governor of Tennessee has been
advised by an eminent lawyer whom he
consulted, that he has no authority to
throw out the rcpublic-uti votes of two
entire precincts berause it is alleged that
there were illeiMl votes found in the
boxes. All that can be done is to throw
out the excessive or illegal votes, leaving
the rest to be counted. If it is done,
Mr. Evans, republican candidate for con
gress from the Chattanooga district, will
receive his certificate.
Tiik winter king has announced his
coming to the people of the east by one
of the worst storms tliat eycr visited the
storm-swept New England const. Tele
graph wires are down nud telephone
win's are dumb with cold. Railroads
are blocked, street cars stopped running
and inavinir in the churches ecaaed. so
bitter was the cold anf1. terrible the
storm. AH along the beach the wreck
age of vessels i drewn and the wail of
the drowning mariner u hidden iu the
fierce howling of the blast. How differ
cat is this in Southern Arioii:i. one of
the fairest, bat most neglected and less
known spots in all our country's domain.
Grass is green on the hills ami f he roses
bloom as tenderly and as sweet as on a
lay morn, but the world knows little of
this and apparently carts less. They
seem to prefer their cyelone-c.vi pt plains
and icebound coasts to this land of almost
eternal sunshine. There is, however, in.
accounting for the tastes aud dispositions
of men. Arizona Citizen.
Y.V bid just lollf.l tip our U;i hi t.
ntu r o;.f.ipii:g inn, pivp;:r:it:;v t.
n:g up the lire nni niiiii;; tin- i .n.. s on
to I -oil. v. hen we hNud the 'itavj tlu:i!
of ii Laiiguri' leaping inpiilh i:i a n
M;i ;r.c hClllb. ,,It was the v. ! t-f
iiio::unt," as the old fahicii'd tmvdi ;s
um-J lo Kay, to get out our revivers on
tho chance of a shot; l.-i:t wi I cl U
walcli mi interesting biht. A di:!;;o was
steanng swiftly nu.:ng the vtiy.v of ilie
frcruo. parallel lo I i:e coiirs;o ol lln l.'iin-
tariKi, and in ordinary circiiiu-.l;ii;ces a
leaden messenger would have U-on
promptly sent after him, with all the
more probability of stopping him, as be
pause d occasionally to h-ten; but pos.-iole
kangaroo steak was just then upixTinost
in our minds. In a minute or two tho
kangaroo suddenly broke from the ojion
country, and the dingo, for whom he
was evidently unprepared, made si splen
did dash and pinned the marsupial by
tho shoulder. Almost instantly after
ward a second dingo, who had no doubt
been driving the game toward his com
panion, nidied out of the 6crub and took
the kangaroo on the opposite side. In
spite of the poor beast's violent bounds
hither and thither, he toon rolled over,
and In an astonishingly short time the
dingoes had put an end to his struggles.
'A fresh feed for certain now," Wilis'
pered tho stockman, and we began crawl
ing on our bands and knees toward the
sjiot, a lout 100 yards away, for a shot at
the dingoes, who had been too much
occupied in the excitement of the cha6e
to notice us. The slightest noise, the
chance breaking of a dead twig, or per
haps Ihe motion of a tall blade of grass,
sullleed to alarm them, and though tha
revolver bullets cut up tho earth close to
them, both went away unscathed. The
kangaroo was quite dead. How they
had mauled him in those two or three
militias' His chest was torn open under
the foreleg, and hi peck bitten through
suid through. These wild dogs secni to
know instinctively where tho great ar
teries aro eitnated, and, unlike our do
mestic hounds, understand perfectly
well how to kill a kangaroo without in
curring tho risk of a fatal stroke from its
powerful hin t legs, armed with those
formidable chisel like nails. Some fresh
cut steaks oil the loin put us in good trim
for the day's work. chambers' Journal.
It4is very certain that there will be
number of contested election cases from
the South in the next Congress. The
grounds of contest are not more pro
uoaneed or numerous thau those which
have been present in many previous cases
during recent years; but southern re
publicans have heretofore ailed to con
test seats which properly belonged to
them, because they knew that a fair and
just verdict could not be expected so long
as the house remained democratic. It if
uow proposed to mike a disclosure of the
practices which have been resorted to for
the purpose of compelling the election ol
democratic cougressmene in republican
districts, and to see if some effective rem
edy can not be found for a wrong which
is at once both a reproach and a peril to
our institutions. There is no wish to
vindicate the right of every American cit
izen, white ir black, to cast one vote and
have it honestly counted. The light ol
each state t manage its domestic affairs
in its own way is freely conceeded; but it
is also insisted that in so far as the inter
ests of flic federal government are iu
volvcd in statt. ele tions, the federal
constitution must net be violated. Tin
people of the whole couutrj ln.iy properl
demand as much as this from any state:
Oh Moat Woman of Alaska.
Tho civilized woman when she wants
to be wooed attempts to make herself as
ttractive as iHbje. So does the Chil-
cat woman, but sho has a ditreiviif idea
of what is attractiveness. One evenincr,
fter all the fishing canoes came in, I saw
a young squaw, robed from head to foot:
in a ;.;ep red blanket, sitting stolidly on
the c:nl of a gr?t spruce log a few rods
awav irom the cannery ?.4i4 sr. a short
distance from where the lishim? 'canoes
were moored, and where the fires of the
Chiieat fishermen had been lighted.
When, out of curiosity at her singular
cot t: me and position, I approached her,
I found that sue had blackened her ace
until it was blacker than that of the or
dinary siegro minstrel.
1 hero was not a, trace of her native
duskiness, but the artificial bloc!; shono
as if it were composed and put on from
m an. ele of good French blacking. In
addit'.ti to that a long silver pin was
stuck m hei1 under lip und extended out
from tiie c'.iin a couple of inches, while a
heaw silver ring hung from )icr nostrils
and :i host of massive silver bracelets
adon d her wrists. Sho was simply a
hello -f the woods and of Chilcat Inlet
nde: voringto make known to the voting
buck.-, around that she was in tho mutri-
tnoni. 1 market according to native cus-
om Li re, inter sitting tor an hour or
more ;im not attracting anv more attcn-
liou t han that prompted by my own curi
osity, .-he left her twilight wooing place,
shook out the folds of her red blanket,
and walked with an air of indifference to
in o!' tent on the beach, whioh appeared
ro k- her habitation, and disappeared.
( Alaska) Cor. Isew i.ork liraes.
Couuollinen, 1st ward,
Board Tub. Works
Count Tolstoi' bltn pie Ufa. (?TJPY
JJurxDC mv week b Koiourn at Yasnaia
j ouana, tuo count did no manual toil.
He had not made any shoes for somo
time, nnu aitnougn no projoseu plowing
the field of a peasant wwr.a.i whose hus
band was in iail for I a.: c stcaiinc. he
did not actually get iietv.-.-en tho stilts.
He really did not sceni to have sufficient
physical strength to iio a hng day s hard
work. He was ailing, and, as lie said,
rejoicing in the consciousness tliat every
uay urougnt niai nearer lo death. We
were all much concerned at the evident
frailtv of his cons; it tit ion. The previous
year, when he had hurt his foot aeainst
a cart wheel, ho had lx?on laid up for
iuvui.il -. iiu rar no was lar irom
well, but he refused to have any advice
irom a doctor.
lJh.VKi; and the hoaljn'r art he held in
profound disdain, and it was an attempt
to 6ecure the advice of the lirst phvsi-
cian in Moscow which precipitated tlie
pilgrimage from Moscow to Yasnaia
t'oliana in tlie soring of this oar. The
vegetarian regimen which he has adopted
was doing him nogood. He was steadily
nressiiig forward along the ascetic path. ftpU 07rub. School;.
Until last year be enjoyed the cigarette: I Jouuty Judue.
now looacco, use wine aim ircsii meal,
is tabooed. Tho son smokes, but not the
father. Meat is served at dinner and
supper, hut lie contented himself with
curds, spinach or vciretahlos. He still
allowed himself tea, almost the only lux-
ury jeit. laetjeii. l.ooth. Count Tolstoi
is not yet '"wived from tea," Iut that
al.x will probably speedily follow the
rest of the superfluities which have leeu
discarded in the pursuit cf thesimplifica
tion of life. W. T. Stead in St. Louis
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Jamks Tattkumon, jk.
- liVUON t'LAHK
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W 11 MalilK
j J V wkckhach
1 A SALI81ICUV
) 1 At JON KS
( IM:. A Shi i-M AN
.. M M Muhpiiv
S W 1JUTTON
,. t (!ON O'C'ONNOK.
1 f McCaLLKN, l'RKS
t ItKII (ioUOKK
I 1) 11 IIAWKSWORTH
1. A. Cam PHKi.t,
I 11 OS. To CLOCK
Ex a Citi rem- iki.u
W. 11. I'ooi.
Jon.v M. Uvua
W. C. iSHO WALTKK
J. O. El KKN1IAKV
HOAKO OK SUPKKVIHOHS.
V. It. Toon. Cli'm.. - - 1'lattsmouth
I.OUIS K-J1.T, - Weeping Water
v. u. Ji'jKso.v, - Ennwood
Ooputy rruasurer, -Clerk.
- - -Deputy
Recorder of Deeds
Olerk of DlMtrict Court,
A Jdfo Sarinsr Dress.
Iho problem of a lif? savincr dreRs
which thau bo what its name implies is
ono mat nas oiten uccn attempted, but
in one point or other n as yet unsolved.
A Michigan diver claims," however, to
have discovered a solution.
The dress is a combination of a diver's
suit and the famous l'aul LJovton ri. It
libers from the latter in that it is not in-
llatc-d, and resembles tJ3 former in that a
lelrnet with contrivances for secincr and
breathing forms part of the outfit. The
:rincipal garment resembles a child's
nightdress, being wide enoueh at the
neck to admit the body, and possessing
.... .! 1 rpi V i t-f ,
... ....- ciiia i.-y-i. 1 1 if ucciiouiiu is iasteneu
with a simple contrivance, and it is
claimed tliat by means of a series of
overlapping folds in the junction letween
the ijuiKipieco and tho lower garment a
!ersoii incased can breathe t roc ly.
Around the waist is a peculiarly con
t rue ted life preserver. e;m:ih!i n't mn.
porting ten times the weight of a larce
man, and at the feet are leaden soles, the
object of wiijcii ja trinajntajn the wearer
in an upright position in'the water. It is
claimed that a person can rig himself
or herself the garment is lit ted for wo
men as well as men inside of two
minute?, and that when once incased
sinking is an absolute imios.sibility. The
inventor claims fnaf lluy fjO per cent, of
peojjle who ore sup;osed ' to havo been
drowned aro in reulity killed by expos
ure. To obviato this difficulty tho rub
ber suit is constructed with a view to re
taining tho heat of the human body and
at the same time to prptcct it from the
water. Chicago Tribune.
'ASS LOWK No. 110. 1 o. O. F. -Meets
every '1 uoday evening of each week. All
rar.jiunt brothers are reeuectfullv invited to
lh i r.MOUTII EVCAMPMENT No. 3.I.O.
- u. t .. ineeis every alternate Frhlav in
aii iiionth in the Maonic Hall. Visitiui:
mem is souk
litll) LODGE NO. 81. A. O. U. W. Meets
ever alcvrnat Fridav eveuluir at K. of P
tiall. Transient brotherH are respectfully iu
mo It itteud. F.J. M'UKan.MasterWorkinaii
K. P. llruwu. Fore:nan:(i. II. Keinster. Over
eer; it. A. faite. Financier : a. F. Iloiife-
wort.ii, iiecoreer ; -M. Maybright. Kcceiver
it. n niitn, Past M . vv. ; . . Uoweu. (iuule
P. J. Kunz. Inside !i.
ASS CAMP NO.
of Americ i
r I :
lay evening at K. er i- , ;;i
brother are rbiiat:! i f;: in '.-i
"'eweoiner, Vennr tlvl.- ti n.i
Worthy Adviser : S. ;
i i : i:M-th Mon
IIH. h. A,
'i. , Niies
Wiia. H.uifcei ; W. A.
IJL.VTrS.vI )U1 if i,ODi!ii N , . O.
M;icts every alt-riii-.tK Fri.l ly evetii
sacitw.wu nan at s . i;i n . All era isieni broth-
rs are resoeetf-.!i: v invite.l to a!:enl. 1. s
Larson, M. V. ; K. Koitinan: S. C,
A llde, Kecorder ; L-.":iard Aii lorsnii. v'jrsf er.
JSL.V lT.-t.MOU l'il l. )?i;l!c XO. (1. A. F. & A. M.
ulefts on tne tlr-t soid tliii l Alon.lavs of
idcu :nntli at Ilieir hail. All transient brut ti
ffs ara cordially In, itel to im-er. witli tn.
.1. i. KlCilKV, W. M.
Vm. M ats. S-'.'.r'arv.
Meets so-, . i
'k-.'-t it-It: k. 1 1
Nl, ft, li. A. AI
1 il''i(lav of eai h
iionlhttt iM i-a' iiaii. 'i ranseit-iir lirnfhii
ire iavited lo tueot Willi us.
K. K. White, II. P.
'.Vm. I'vh. Secretary.
J ZION COM
JA.Meets first I
Dr v ict in timber is said p be con
tcgJc ,l laws and other tools carrying
it l.;'i.i tbo iirfccted wood to sound
inr.i:i strength of American
.';. U'oa is pountb; Kng-
' i -li.
Deleft has sc many doors to let
sang .i:i old tie poet, Iu those days they
hiid nuC discovered remedies that shut
these doors. How different is Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery, from the old
indthe republican party is pledged to j 'Die doses. Consumption or lung-scrof
ma, is one wiut cioor mat it sni.is, n
respect and enforce sut h a demand.
The familiar southern declaration thit
this iniples negro domination in certain
states is c confession on the one hand that
tiieiiegio vote is systematically sup
pressed, and a refusal on the other hand
to accept the penalty which the constitu
tion prescribes in a case of that kind. II
the south is so much afraid of negro dom
inatiou that she is determined to prevent
the negroes from voting at all hazards.
then why should she nt be required to
yield the political power w hich she hold
by reason of the presence of the colored
clement? The fourteenth amendment
distinctly provides that when the right to
vote is denied to any of the qualified
voters of a state, or in any way abrid"ed
except for rebellion or other crime, "tl e
lasis of rej rescutation therein shall le
reduced" in the proportion which the
number of such voters shall bear to the
whole population of such state. This
provision has existe.l ever since 1 SOS. and
was intended to meet justsuch a condition
of thiDgs as is now presented in the south.
Is there any good reason why it should
not be enforced.' Can it fairly be called
''revolutionary" to ask tliat the south
thai! cease to profit by her refusal to let
the negroes vote, when the constitution
explicitly siys that such a result shall
follow such a proceeding? She can easily
Hvert all trouble of that sort by permit
ting the colored cls to exercise the riuht
of suffrage; and if she can not consent to
do that, ah-? m crtainly forbidden to
rompldn when th republican party pro
po to tike away thi a dvantage which
thu najastly posses-ies. Globe Diun-
taken in time,
then, Lst life
Teculiar to tlie Trae.
There is ono thing peculiar to tho hat
and cap trade, and that is tho manner in
which stocks aro ordered. Dy corre
spG.adeuce wo agreo with different man
ufacturers on a date on which we will
meet their representatives. Half a dozer,
companies, for instance, manufacture- a
similar class of 'goods. We don't want
to go cast and visit each of tho factories,
and we don't want to visit one and buy
there. Neither do we want to have or
agent call on us one week, anot!
another week, and so on. Hence the ;
rangemeat for tlie atrc.nts of corar.,
ing houses to meet us at t!:c tini;
the result apparently beiuj eaiLractor
to an concerned.
Ti ,1 I . .
it ciuc-a cc-lu cjiuiu novel to sco naii a
dozen or more names written cn a bote
register, one afte the nthfr. all fmn,
N'ew York, and to "bo told they aro drum
mers for one line. Tho hotel clerk will
probably tell you they aro hat men.
when, cf course, if you aro suspicious,
yen immediately lx?gm to form a frame
work or a trust, or at least a combina
tion c:i iirlces. 1 nrosumo Una ij thr
only branch of business in which this is
.lely to happen. It is possible in ours
siaii'! ior i no rcnaon that all styles and
!urcti.:scs are mado awav ir n mnnn
.ho reason. For instance, though winter
-,'o:.j. oroored moatlis ago, are not ail
..l yet, we aro now ordering for spring
ai:d rammer, and havo been for two
'.vceKS. Uat Dealer in Ciobe-DcLaocrat.
1A DAIIY. NO. S. li. T.
I tilird SVeilnesil iv ni-'lit. of
!ae!i m:at.li at M iso 's hall. Visir itiir uroiher
hit uoi.i.any luviteu to meet wan u.-.
Vm. Hays, Itec. F. E. vviirj n, E. 0.
ilASSCdlTXCINO 1021, UOYAL MJCA SVM
meats the cecniid and fourth Mondma oi
iiuu nijuui at Arcanum nail.
It. X. lli.Tf.W I.'-rlO
C. Mtvoa. Secretary. " ' ' ' " " "
PLATTSMOUTH BOARD OF TRADE
President Kobt. B WiaiUian.
1st Viert President ..,.. A. i(. Toii
2nd V la eresidout iVin Neville
secretary k. Herrmani
rieaurer f. K. (h:thm.ip
nut KOTO KS.
.1. C. Kichev. F. E. White. .1 . r. rniti,
J. A. ',mier, H. El-m, C. W. Sherman, F. (lor
der, J. V. W eclcbacli.
-jQ0J"T you 7: now it ? Of course you do 'and yon
will want warm Underwear, Blanliets, etc
QUE Line is Unsurpassed by any oilier line in
the city. A handsome
ETY of Seasonable Di ess Goods, fir cad-
cloths, Henrietta Cloths, Trccois, etc
JVfifiYTIIUVG in filanhcts, Flannels, ficd
Comforts, Tlosicrv, Battings, that yon will
s0U will not regret looking our different' De
partments over before jnirchasin. It will
and, a II an dsom e line of Car
pets, Malts, Floor Oil Cloths, and linoleum at
McCOaililE RQST 43 G. A. R.
T. W. Jon nso.v Corn ni ander.
i. 8. luiss Senior Vice
-.A. batws Junior
.I.CNKY STKKIGIIT ..Q.M.
' iLON DlXO.V lifli ?rr.f t'trt iiqv
C iarles Foj;o,, i" "s"uard'
ADkkson Fav.'.. .; Rer'rt Major.
nnoa(loanr,EMAK.. ..Quarter Master Sert't.
T. O.Cuktis post Chaplaiu
leetinsf Saturday eveuiu
Special Sale commencing November I2fli, conlinnii
Practical Piauo M Organ Tuner
First-class work guaranteed. Also deal
er in Pianos and Organs. Office at Coeck's
furniture store, Plattsmoutli, Nebraska
A jyi for n incurable case of Catarrh
in tne Head by the proprietors of
DR, SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY,
Symptoms of Catarrh. Rpadnrho.
obstruction of nose, discharg-es falling' Into
luruuu. Bomecirnes proiuse, waiery, ana acrid,
at others, thick, tenacious, mucous, purulent.
Liioouy uuu outriu : eves wcuk. nnirintr in mm
deafness, difficultv of clearina- throat. Mwctn.
xation of offensive matter: breath offensive:
smell and taste impaired, and general debility,
Daly a few of these symptoms likely to be pres
ent at once. Thousands of cases result in con
sumption, and end in the grave.
ay its mild, sootiung;. and Dealing; properties.
Dr. Sag-e's Itemed y cures the worst cases. 50c.
Sj:kI your job work to tlvj ITkuai.p
let that cold of jours run on. You think
it is a light thing. But it may run ir.te
catarrh. Or into i neumouia. Or con
Catarrh is disgusting. Pneumonia is
dangerous. Consumption is death itself.
The breathing apparatus must be kept
health y and clear of all obstructions and
offen.--.ive matter. Otherwise there is
All the diseases of these parts, head,
nose, throat, bronchial tubes and lungs.
can b;i delightfully and entirely cured by
the use of Hoschee.'s Getman Srrup. If
yu don't know this already, thousands
and thousands of people ran tell vou
They h ive been cured by it and know
how it is, themselves. Bottle only 7.j
cents. Ask anv drucriiist.
A Frenchman's Oijh of Snuils.
i ;:o snan is to American eves a nraipo-
I'ig. ssljmy creature, and the thought of
atmg ono makes onus gorge rise. Not
;o, however, to t!u3 I ;-om hii;a:i. wb.o
iOOas upon this nroverbialiv f low tr:iv-
l ier r..i tne most deiiciou:; morsel Ihiitthe
picui can can roll beneath Ids tongue.
i;. I:::.- lint ill inni.l i !-r Ann.i'i.vi,, :i
:ht draws las length along tho tione
wi.il t.nd is or small size, but liiu gigantic
brother tliat abounds i:i certain parts of
Franco and England' end feeds if the
tender ca!)bage plant. ri h'. process that
icati.J 10 1113 presence on the table is in
teresting and peculiarly i-rcnc.'i. In the
lirst piaco be is immersed in water
and scrubbed, then be is covered with
salt until ad Ins dime is withdrawn;
next lie is l-.atoeci again m salt v.-ater.
then no is lelt for some time m a solution
made from all the appetizing herbs and WM . 1. R T?' O W TVTJ TT-
pices. Tho cook j!g is the next process. ' ' ' " A' w'
QBS ATVtl I ivrn Dm
3 XV t O bit fc HarmXn.
TTneoualedasaUver Pill. Smallest-cheaD-
eflt. easiest to take. One Pellet a Dom.
dire Sick Headache, IliliouH Headache,
Dizziness. CoiiHtipatiou, ludiKestioii.
Bilious Attacks, and all derangements of
tbe stomach and bowels. 25 cts. by drufrs-ist.
and with wine ;md one of those mysteri
ous sauces known onlv to tha chef Fran
cnise, lie ls served. Tho Parisian first
views the dish lovingly, and then, rais
ing the shell to bis lips, be closes bis
eyes ana gently draws into his mouth
the succulent morsel, leaving the shell
empty. To tho novice the idea is revolt
ing, but after tho first trial oh my!
r rsonal attention to alt Business Entrust-
o my care.
Cloaks and La
Plush Cloaks and Children's Wear, Price 20 nor cent less tl
Exuinination will prove
FLUSH - WRAPS
We have an im
mense line and wili
discount same 25 ner
cent, as thev must be
sold before the end
of the sea?on. Our.
pouwtf noil lor So(
sewhcre at .27.
'-PaJwe iell for 05
-t il elit'ulit-ie at ;.Jo.
I el. sew I. ere at $:A).
XOTARY IX OKFICK.
Titlff Examined. Abstarcts Comnl!pd in
surance Written, Keal Estate Sold.
Mi n are but the
chesnut known as life.
whiskers on the
"We will pay the above reward for any
case of liver complaint, dyspepsia, sick
headache, indigestion, constipation or
costiveness we cannot cure with
West's Vegetable Liyer Pills, when the
directions are strictlv complied with.
They are purely vegetable, and never
fail t. .give satisfaction. Lanre boxe3
jontaiiiing 30 sugar coated pills, 2-ic.
For si!? by all druggists. Bware of
counterfeits and imitations. The gen
uine manufactured only by John O. We
& Co.. 862 V. Madison St. Chicago.nnd
Sold by W. J. Warrick.
Courtesy of tho Spaniards.
As I was opening the dcor of tht din
ing room to pass out a Spaniard ap
proached, and I, knowing the great
courtesy of Spaniards, determined to be
courteous, too, and so held the door for
him to pass out lirst, which he did al
most unconsciously; then suddenly find
ing tliat he bad passed out before me,
while I held the door, bo turned most
r.ologeticaily to me and repeatedly ex
pressed his regrt-t.
I shall not soon forget his tone, ncr
tho feeling of concern which was shown
iii his countenance. Of course I gave
io::i i;ie nroner assurances na lirKt I
Better Facilities for making Farm Loan? than
Any Other Agency.
I'l 1 t s:iu:it 1. - et)Mski
Dont go to Oiimlui when vou want
to tret vour bo.iutiful iiarlor and bed
room sets but go to" Ili-nrv Boeck's fur
niture emporium where you can get every
thing in the furnit jre line that will go to
make your home beautiful nd com fort -
1 1 1.1 .11 ... ,
aiuc; aim nuove :iu you can get it cncup.
Remember that ha who sells most can
srarments. AVe sell
li e m at 14.50,
worth all of 20.00.
Pliih Cloaks we
ViUscil for Sir, k,.11
!,.! I ...
ciewjiere at riji).
A Full Line ol
'old at tho lowest
The standard remedy for liver com-
S'tSS P!-ntis Liver PilN; they never
i.: . - . . ... . I rliDanniiinr von !?fi m a O .r A 4- T -
iiu u i un v.ineii l did not mmi t,. -rr j ...c . iim-
csi about l!;t nosUi-e of a newsnaotr tr ck's drue store.
(1:! ..!..!'.;.. 1,.. . t. : T .
.- . .ut 11.13 I1U AVUJ9 lO j
t v.cr. -tii i:ounu apain..
Everything necessary fir furnishing a
' Loose can be purchased at II. Boeck's.
ociecieu i!iie oi I10M1 l.Lo Up to 5U.0O ;l i,nir
the finest 15 cent Batting in the citv
CALL AN1 SATISFY Y0UKSELVES.
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