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PLATTSMOUTII, NEB., DECEMBER 12, 1896.
VOL. Y. NO. 26.
THE NEWS Estabished I Nov . i 'consolidated Jan. 1. IbU
THE UEKALI), Established April 10, i-t (
Will Be Formally Opened On the
Evenings of December 26-27.
One of the Stout Commodious Halis In
the City, With all the Modern I-iuisli-Infi-To
Open With it Grand Hall and
German Theatre A l'rogrinn Which
Will He latereating.
The Plattsmouth Turnvertiri so
ciety has well under headway y:i
Washington avenue the building cf
what will be, when finished, the finest
- hall in the city. The main hall of the
buildintr is 44x4S feet, under one roo
and an addition on the ca-i fide
feet in size, with coal and wood hrds
and store room, ete. At the front
there will be an entrance or hallway
"10x20 with cloak room on either .side.
. The hall will be equipped with a first
class stape and other neeen.-ary ar
rangements which will apcommidiite
first-class performances. The entiie
building will bo nicely finished inside
nd will uresent a very i'.easinr an
Il 19 the aim of the society to h ive
the formal opening of the new build
ing on the evenings of December LG
and 27. On Saturday evening-,the 2Hh,
a grand ball will be given, the Bo
hemian orchestra 10 furnish the music,
which is destined to surpass all social
events given in Piattsmouth in man3'
Oa the following evening, tho 27th,
an entertainment will be given which
will be highly entertaining. It wi 1
eonsitt of a German theatrs, gymnas
tic exercises and a tine musical pro
gram. The people who take part in
this entertainment are all Piatto
mouth citizens, but this fact does not
detract from its interest in the least
on the other hand adds to it when it
is known that this city has numbered
among its home people some of the best
talent -he 6tate.
" people of I'lattsmouth right
fully feel oroud of the proerress of
this society, financially and otherwise.
Its members have won laurels at state
tournaments in gymnastics when they
had to cope with the best members of
all the societies in the state.
Besides the large amount of lumber
used in the erection of tho building, it
has furnished work for local carper.
tera and other workmen for several
A Suoc-tttf al Hunt.
Henry McMaken returned home
from a pleasant four week's hunting
trip to the Black Hills. He was the
guest of his old friend, Uriah Gillette,
who lives on a ranch out from Ilijl
City, S. D. Henry said he was out in
a three day's blizzard that would take
the edne off anything he ever met
with down here.
In his different excursions he killed
eleven deer and quite a number of
pheasants. He brought several pheas
ants and nto as nice deer as we ever
saw home with him. He reports two
feet of snow on the ground up there
with weather to match, and he hur
ried home to put up ice, but will w.tita
few davs before taeklinu the ice hur-
Coming le-enler 1 1.
Mt. Vernon HawKeye: The Ol
tumwa quartette made their firs-t ap
pearance at Mt. Vernon at the audi
torium. Their quartette pinging was
most excellent and highiy appreciated
: This fact was clearly manifested by
the hearty and enthusiastic encores
which followed every number. Their
rich, melodious voices, which blend in
perfect harmony, the variety and pop
ularity of their selections, all tom-
A common way cf destroying the ants
in Argentina is ry means of a small
metal cylindrical furnace half filled
with ar.v kind of dry, inflammable rub
bish, and in the top a pan suspended
containing flout rs of sulphur. When
jghted, a lid is screwed down over
this, fo lb;;t the fimr:ke ran only issue
from n bent me tal tube, which conducts
it to tho ant hole. A pair of bellows,
worked by a handle, is attached to the
lower part of the furnace, thus making
the fire burn and forcing the eulphuroua
smoke along the ant passages. Tha
whole apparatus is suspended on wheels
and can thereby be conveniently moved
frrrn part to part of the qninta. With
this instrument Kuch volumes of suffo
cating smoLe can soon be produced that
it will often be issuing thickly from
holes 200 c r 3C0 yards distant. So you
may imagine the ants have a somewhat
lively time cf it or, perhaps, rather, a
In spite, however, of waging war
against tliem they multiply so rapidly
that it is only where tho gardeners fight
them very energetically that they can
be kept down, and the amount of dam
ago they do is often appalling. When
up country, on the border of the Grand
j Chaco, where, of course, these insects
work their own sweet will, the writer
once discovered a deserted wooden hut
Incautiously leaniEg ngainst the struc
ture, ho was surprised to see the whole
cf it collapse. Bnt on examination he
found the reason f be that every por
tion of the woodwork had been perfor
ated anel tsndernj'ued by the ants, and
only required n very slight touch to
crumble into ruins. The inroads of tlw
ants had probably been the cause of
abandoning the hut. Temple Bar.
MURDER NEAR SCHUYLER.
Young 31 a 11 Murders the ltrother of His
Claus Dettfson last night in an at
tempt to murder his sweetheart near
Schuyler, killed her brother, who had
rushed to her defense. He escaped
the officers, but Postal Clerk Charles
Beach i&forms Tiie News that ho
was caught this morning and safely
lodged in jaiL Judge Lynch would
not be a bad court to try such heart
less scoundrels in, as proof is fur
nished by himself that he is not fit to
A Surprise I'arty.
A party of young people met last
evening at tho home of J. F. Burley
on Granite street and gave him a
pieasant surprise in honor of his
birthday anniversary. The evening
was spint in games and social converse
until a late hour, when refreshments
were served. Tho merry ciowd dis
persed as the wee sraa' hours of morn
ing approached, wishing their host
many more happy returns.
Among the guests present were the
following: Misses Maui McKay, Par-
melia Newland, Myrtle Worden,Stella
Boyd, Anna Fry, Lillie and Belle
Martin, Hattie Brown, Jennie and
Nellie Anthony, and Messrs. Merret
and Charley Kerr, Ed Grace, Frank
Worden, Bert Cooper, Emery New
land, Ira Gorham, Louis Walker,
Ollie Osborn, Tom Beverage, Alva
Campbell and Mr. and 31 rs. Anthony
and Mr. and Mrs. Wellman.
An amusing and characteristic anec-
de.te of Thomas Carlyle is given in Mrs.
Ross' "Early Days Recalled-" Mrs.
Res, the daughter of Sir Alexander
and Lady DutT Gordon, enjoyed from
her earliest years the privilego of meet
ing many distinguished persons under
delightful conditions. Her mother s
beauty and wit, as we ll as her father s
social and official rank, attracted men
and women eminent in art, letters and
politics to their heme. The only visitor
whom little Janet cordially disliked
was Mr. Thomas Carly'e. She says:
One afternoon my mother had a dis
cussion with kirn on German literature.
Her extraordinary eloquence anel fire
prevailing, Carlyie le st his temper i.nd
burst forth in Lis Scotch tongue,
You're just a windbag, Lucie; yon'ro
just a windbag!"'
I had been listening with all my ears,
and, conceiving him to lie very rude,
interrupted him by saying, "i-iy pap?
always says mca should be civil to wom
en," for which pert remark I got a
scolding from my' mother, but Mr. Car
lyle wa3 not ofie i: J"d, anrl, turning "to
her observed, "Lucie, that child of
yours has an eye for au inference. "
Some curious stones can be tele"
abcut tho thousand-? c,f fal?e diamond,
sold vearlv in Lih;c.ii. As a working
goldsmith I have r cii a good deal cf the
trade m imitation stones. People of ill
ranks buy them. A nobleman is in lin
mediate want cf cash and must find it
somewhere. He will perhaps turn to
his family diamonds. Possibly 10, 0C0
could be raised upon them. lie takes
the jewelry on? to the false diamond
provider, ha-? the real stones removed
and the false ones put "in and deposits
the actual gems v,ith some one as a se
curity for a loan. No one is a bit the
wiser. His wifu appears in her jewels
just the same as nual. If Ehe didn't,
her husband would be made bankrupt
by bis cm-liters the next week. A large
amount of business is dono in this way,
and you may el pend upon it that the
false diamond merchant has many a
chuckle wh( a ho reads in his' paper
about Lady So-and-so's "magnificent
diamond bracelet" and the Countess
Bareacro's ".-uperb tiara. " Ashton Re
A Story of Cripp.
a little story of
bine to make them a most popular and Charles Frederick Crisp
taking quartette with the masses
A Serious I all.
Uncle David McCaig was the victim
ol a treacherous piece of ice recently
which caused him to fall and laying
him up for a few days. He has so far
recovered that he is able to be around
and came down to the county seat
from Elmwood this morning.
THE NEWS, with his many friend?,
hopes he may soon regain his u-ual
The M. W. A. ItalL
The Modern Wood .x an aieiroing to
give the swellest ball of the season at
Waterman's hall Christmas night,
December 25. The committee on ar
rangements is already at work and
will that nothinsr is left unuone
that would go toward furnishing
pleasure for the crowd.
In a Critical Condition.
Frank Vormilea, a well known resi
dent of this city, is lying ut his heme
in a critical condition from heart fail
ure, but slight hopes for his recovery
Farm for bale.
240 acre farm three miles ficm
Plattsmoutb, one mile from MynnrJ,
Cass county, Neb. First-class im
provements consisting of a good nine-
room house, large barn, cattle sheds
corn cribs, granaries, out buildings
young bearing orchard. All uudei
plow and well fenced and cross fenced.
1'rice, 4o per acre, terms, one
third cash, balance on time at low rate
interest. T. H. Pollock, Agent,
. The News
cents a week.
In one of the
counties of hi district there, was a lit
tle weekly newspaper to which he faith
fully subscribed. When he would come
home from Washington, he always
sought the editor and demanded to
know if his subscription had not ex
pired. On one of these occasions, meet
ing with the editor, he handed him a
$5 bill, saying:
I have missed three issues of my
paper, and I am sure I must be in ar
rears. Take that and call it square. "
"But," said the editor, "tho paper is
only ifl a year, and yonr subscription
won't be out until January.
"That's all right," replied Crisp,
"but yon keep the money. " And then
in a whisper, "I never saw an editor
yet that didn't need it" Atlanta Con
What the Son Could Do.
The astronomers have been figuring
on the amount of heat and light that
our fuu is constantly emitting. It is
shown by this wonderful table of fig
ures that our earth constantly receives
as much sunshine a would illuminate
50,000,000 square miles of flat surface.
Even this vast quantity is as nothing,
for, of course, our earth only receives
that which happens to fall on the side
next to the suu. If there were
2,380,000,000 vorld3 strung around the
sun, tbry would form a shell of a
sphere, with the sun iu the center, and
each would receive daily and hourly
the same amount of sunshine that we
enjoy. St. Louis Lrrnblic.
A Toothless Emperor.
Jaroslaf I of Russia had no teeth,
having lot these valuable adjuncts to
happiness by a How frcm a Turkish
mace. An English tr:;vcicr in his coun
try eays it was commonly reported that
the king's chewing was done by the
nnr-en. who masticated all the royal
ani State Journal 15! tnnA nnd transfeired it from her mouth
Thirteenth Annual Iteport.
J. C Sharp, secretary of the South
Omaha Union Stock Yards company,
has just issued the thirteenth annual
report of that flourishing company in
a neat pamphlet. There is much
valuable information concerning the
live stock business at the great mar
ket. For the year ending November
SO the receipts were 43,764 cars of all
kinds of stock, as follows, in head:
Cattle 570,575, hogs 1,197,638, sheep
333,332, horses and mules 9,653. Of
these the Union Pacific hauled 176,
178 cattle, the Burlington hauled the
most hogs (with and without passes)
the number being 333,317, tho F. E. &
M. V. following next with 320,522
head. In sheep the U. P. leads with
219,CSt3 head. Ninety per cent of all
receipts were packed ai the great
slaughter houses of South Omaha.
Keorgaiilzatioo of the Arena I'u blifching Co.
On petition of the creditors of the
Arena Publishing company made Oc
tober 1, 1S96, before Judge Dunbar to
appoint a temporary receiver; A. D.
Chandler, esq., was appointed for the
protection and adjustment of the in
terests of the creditors during a reor
ganization of this company. The offi
cers of the com panj did not contest
the petition, feeling that it is for the
best interests of all parties concerned
as an equitable plan pending the busi
ness changes to be made.
The Arena company will be recapi
talized by experienced business men
and placed in new hanels and on a firm
financial basis, the magazine to be an
open court for the promulgation cf ali
authoritive and important opinions.
The business of the Arena, both as
magazine and as a booK-puousning
house, ha? made quite a. phenomenal
growth, but had not sufficient capital
to handle the business into which it
had developed. With the reorganized
company the Arena will be euabled to
extend its growth and add to its repu
tation now so well established, in the
success of which all readers and think
ers feel a personal interest on account
of the national influence which this
publication has attained.
Ilryan Accepts Invitations
Robert E. Burke and Joseph S. Mar
tin of Chicago arrived in Lincoln yes'
terday afternoon as representatives
of tho Cook county silver democratic
organization to invite W. J. Bryan to
speak at the Jackson day banquet of
silver democrats to be held in Chi
cago, January 8. Previous to the ar
rival of tho Chic.igo men a delegation
representing the Jacksoni.in club at
Omaha called on Mr. Bryan to secure
his services at a banquet to be given
in Omaha on tho same date. The
delegation from Omaha comprised J,
C. D-ihlman and Lee Herdman, presi
dent and secretary of the silver derno-
cr.itic state central committee, G. M
Hitchcock, of the World-Herald, A
V. Spitko, and Edward E. Howell
Mr. Dahlman and Mr. Howell were
the spokesmen of this delegation.
Both delegations called on Mr.
Bryan during the afternoon and ar
rangementa were made with Mr
B yan whereby he is to appear at both
banquets. Tho Chicago meeting will
be held January 7 and the Oaaalia
meeting the night following. State
A Iteal IJarcain.
"Dear," she said, and her sweetest
and most engaging smile illumined her
face, "if you had a handsome lap robe,
could you use it?"
"Certainly not," he replied. "Ycu
know very well th3t we haven't a vehi
cle cf any description."
"That's what I thought," she return
ed, "so I have packed it away. Later,
vhen we are wealthy and keep horses,
3 can" .
"Packed it away!" he exclaimed, in
terrupting her. "Packed what away?"
"Why, the lap robe," ehe answered
"But we haven't a lap robe," he pro
tested. "Oh, yes, we have," she returned.
"I happened to stumble into "that de
partment of one of the big stores today,
and they had marked them down so
low that I felt I ought to get one cf
them before the opportunity slipped
"But we don't need"
"Net now, but we may," she inter
rupted. "It's just as well to get these
things when they can bo had at a bar
gain, and this was a real bargain. You
men are very thoughtless about such
things. You would never have thought
of buying this robe now. YTou wouldn't
have the foresight, but would have
waited until you had a horse, and then,
very likely, you would have to pay a
dollar more for it." Mercantile Jour
nal. riiotography Beats the Taklrs.
The Indian "mango" trick, in which
a plant is seen to grow np from the
seed in a few minutes, has been done
in a new way by M. Michael Cerday of
the Ecolo Polyte'chnique in France. M.
Corday employs the well known cine
matograph, or apparatus for producing
"living photograph" that is to say,
photographic images endowed with
movement and apparently with life. A
rose plant is photographed at intervals
during its growth until the flower buds
and blooms. The photographs thus
taken are combined by the cinemato
graph and projected on a scre en, so as
to represent the development ot tne
plant in a short time. The number cf
photographs taken in six months should
be equal to the number which the sen
sitive baud of the cinematograph will
continue. Obvior.sly the same plau will
be able to show the changing aspects cf
the country daring the sense'ns in one
progressive illnsien, and we venture to
suggest that it might be employed v.it'.i
advantage in illustrating various scien
tific experiments anel natural processes
of an evolutionary or gradual sort.
INFORMATION ANI) OPINIONS.
Au innovation in cojrt proceedings
which would make some of the grand
stand lawyers weary would be to have
the jury locked up in a room during
the progress of the trial aDd have the
official stenographer taKe all the tes
mony, pleadings and instructions in
shorthand and read them to the jury
after the trial was over. This would
do away with emotional acting and
give better satisfaction to the public.
At Silver Creek, Neb., last Sunday
evening two boys, named Schenfeldt,
aged eighteen anel fifteen, respective
ly, shal Owens Hutchins, a farmer, in
the back of the neck, left him for
dead in the yard, went to the house,
beat Mrs. Huckics, robbed the house
of $2.1 and departed, robbery was their
only .'object. The wounds of Mr.
Hutchins were thought to be fatal.
The boys were captured. Tho sooner
the lads are hanged the better will it
be for the public safety, as it is evi
dent they were born demons.
Of 274,940 Hungarian gypsies en
umerated iu the last census, 243,432
are described as sedentary, 20,4Uti as
semi-st'uentary, ana only sJ.io as
nomadic, whil6 3,164 are soldiers or in
jail."" All profess some form of
Christianity, 17,(03 aro professional
musicians, and only 82,405 are still
able to speak gypsy dialects.
The servant girl in Decater, III.
havo formed a union to regulate
wages. One of the daws is that when
a girl is employed in a family which
is iccreased bv the addition of a "lit
tlctraner,'' tho wages of the servant
mu bo advanced $1 a month.
Ft' will be remembered that Grover
mace quite a mash on the ex-Queen of
the Sandwich Islands about the begin
ning of his term of office. The dear
girl, although of exceedingly d.rk
euaipiexion, nas arrived in Sjan
r rancisco ana win mane a pilgrimage
to Washington to see the president in
person. Just what influence -she may
have on the president can only be sur
taxed. Her personality 5,000 ruik-s
away seems to be rather influ-ut ial.
anu mere is some aanger ei nor cap
turing Grover completely. We shall
hope, however, for the bjst.
WESCOTT & SON can stand
just about as much prosperity as
anybody without grumbling. We
have good trade and never com
plain, and our customers seem to
be imbued with the same satisfied,
happy spirit. We think it's partly
owing to the way their shirts fit,
for we sell them the "Manhattan"
Shirt, which is a fitter and satisfier
over all other shirts. In fact their
colored shirts are a dream of
Wescott &, Son sell all grades
of Shirts and are prepared to shirt
anything from a bean pole to a
hay stack. No flies on any of our
Furnishing Goods. People of good
taste admire our Neckwear line.
C. E. WESCOTT SON
One Price and No Monkey-Business.
Two ristola and a Howie la One.
Chief of Police Ke efe has in his pos
session probably the' most unique weap
on ever seeu in the city of Jacksonville.
It is a combination jloubleiyajriJed.Ea-4M?iruey for tbe last la vears, huu believe
trd nnrl howie ami was used in Wis- I "' periociiy Honorable in alt business
60uri by a "regulator" when that state
We offer Olie Hundred Dollars Ueward for
any case of Cttturrti that cannot he curoU by
uu.11 u uaiarrn L ure.
- 1". s. CllKNEV & CO.. Props., Toledo. O.
e tue unaerslnua, have known 1-, J.
was going through the tbroe3 of the pro
and anti slavery discussion.
The blade of the bowie is about 12
inches long and protrudes from a hilt
between two small pistol barrels, each
about 0 inches long. The hilt and the
hammers are one and tho same. Whn
the hilt is cocked into position, two
triggers, concealed in the stock, coine
forth, and then the weapon is ready for
business, with both barrels and 12 inch
es of cold steeL
A number of men, it is said, belong
ing to one organization in Missoui.
were armed with these weapons, which
were secured direct from Paris. This
one in particular seems to be almost
new. Florida Times-Union.
transactions und iiuanei;ill v uble toc:irrv
out uuy obliirutiotis made tv tlielr linn.
Wkst it Tkcax, Wholesale Druggists, To-
Waldino. Rinnan & Makmx. Wholesale
l'ruciiisls. loleuo. O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inlprnnllv
acting directly upon tliu niooU and mucous
surfaces of the system. Price 7."u. per hot
tie, tro.d by all Drugzists. Testimonials
ATCHISON liLOHE SIGHTS.
I have for sale thirty-five head
thoroughbred berkshire hogs of either
sex some brood sows that w ill farrow
in October. Prices to suit the times
At the head of this herd is a grand son
of "Stumpy Duke" who is said to have
taken more premiums than any hog in
the world. Call on or address,
John F. Polk,
The Cans County Dairy.
Everything clean fresh and pure.
Milk, cream or buttermilk delivered
at your de6r every day.
R. F. Dean, Prop.
Friend I say, Daub, I suppose you
heard about our house being broken into
the other night?
Artist No, I hadn't heard. Did they
Friend A couple of watches, some
silver, a suit of clothes, and, it's a fun
ny thing, bat you know that picture
you painted me. They cut it out of tbe
Artist (interrupting excitedly) By
Jupiter, old man, you don't say so.
"Why, my fortune's made. Yes!
Friend And nipped off with the
frame, the beggars.
Artist Ab, did they? It's rather fun
ny, isn't it? Good day.
Friend Good day. Pearson's Weekly.
What to Eat.
The carpenter, hardtack; the watch
maker, minute pudding; the printer,
pi; the wheelman, meets; the uphol
sterer, stuffing; the plumber, long bill
ed snipe; the blacksmith, hammered
6teak; the banker, golden pheasant ; the
balloonist, angel food; the clown, ca
pers; the glovemaker, lady fingers; tho
shoemaker, soles; the political speaker,
his own words; the bummer, swallows;
the oarsman, crabs; the tramp, any old
thing. Up to Date.
The Four Leaf Clover.
The four leaf clover lias been consid
ered both in England, Ireland and
Americi as a lucky "find," the acci
dental lighting upon one being regard
ed as foret lling some gooel fortune to
the finder. In some parts of Ireland the
presentation of a four leaf clover by a
young man to a young woman is con
sidered equivalent to "popping the ques
tion." His runay little Way.
Clara He has such a funny little
way of kissing me on the back of the
Maude Well, you know he can't see
your facefrora there. Taggart's Times.
"Wonder why old Skinner's funeral
"Family didn't have enough grief to
make a good display, I guess." De
Love is a microbe, and every pretty
girl carries them around in her
Nothing m ikes a mau quite so mad
as to discover th I somebody is fishing
for him with a cheap bait.
After a man and woman havo been
engaged for about three weeks both
begin to look over worked.
When there is only one child in a
family, and that child a girl, she
steps from the nurses into society.
14-inch Kid doll.
Shoe; stockfnofs ... 25
Larjfe blackboards 25
1,00 cloth books. 17
Toy books, 5c to. SI 00
Games, 5c to 4 00
Doll bujr,nVs 25
Hobby horses, tip. 1 00
Deill beds 25
Tea sets, 10c to. .. 1 Go
Photo frames 10
Photo albums. 25c. 6 00
Toilet sets, SI to.. 10 00
sticks,25c to. . . . 3 75
25c to 3 75
Mirrors, 25c to . . . 5 00
Briar pipes, up to. 4 00
pipes, up to. . 6 00
up to 4 00
And many others.
Bv virtue of an order of sale issued Hen.
F. Houseworth. clerk of the distriL-t court
within and for ("ass county. N'ebraska,and to
medirected. 1 wiil on the ltith day of Jan., A
1) ls'.'T. at 11 o'clock a. in. of said dav at the
south door of the court iiouse in the city of
f laitstnoutn. in said county, sell at nubile
auction, to the highest bidder for easti, the
following described real estate, to-wit:
The northwest Quarter of section eiehteen MSi.
tbe southwest hall of the southeast auarter: the
northeast quarter of the southeast quarter of sec-
nuu kicu 1 1 j. me norinwesi lounn oi tne souin
west quarter of section eight . all in township
eleven 111 J, north of ransre fourteen 14, iu Cass
county, Nebraska, together with the privileges
and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in
anywise appurtaining; the same being levied
upon and taken as the property of Susan C Mor-
nsy, et al. defendants, to satisfy a judgment of
saia court recovered by Charles C 1 armele. as
receiver ot the Uitizens bank ot I lattsinouth,
plaintitl against said defendants.
riattsmouth. eb., Dec. 11, A. D. mm.
Sheriff, Cass county, Nebraska.
o- ...ttoolclcts 5
A A A A
Twenty-six days are required for the
journey between New York and Sierra
rr: We Have the Largest Stock
Less Than Three Weeks
I Tad I'ou Thought of Ttf
Thought of the gifts that you will give, in or
der to brighten somebody else's Christmas?
Why not underscore on your purchasing list that
we have the largest stock of beautiful, useful and
practical holiday gifts in the city?
It Will pay you to examine our fine lines in
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver
ware, Cut Glass, bter.ing Silver Novelties, etc.
High grade goods only. As for prices, there
no sucti thing as competition when quality is
Earlv callers enjoy many advantages over
those who put it otf till the last few days.
You are cordially invited to call on us and
see the many beautiful things that we have tilled
our store with, in preparation for the holidays
I.yes tested free by a graduate optician.
Snyder, The Jeweler,
506 MAIN STREET.
BIG BOOK STORE. 22
W. D. JONES...
Cxis s . Co un ty's
Idest : Liveryman,
618 MAIN STREET,
BEST ris for Welding, Funerals or Pleasure Parties, etc. Hacic orders
attended to promptly. Terra? reasonablo. Cash preferred. Call and
B. F. BRENDEL, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon
Calls promptly attended, either
DAY or NIGHT.
rates. Telephone 76
N. B. W. D. Jones
auctioneer all kinds of soocSs and farm stock
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