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PLATTSMOUTH, NEB., MARCH 13, 1897.
VOL. V. NO. 51.
THE HEKALU. Established April 10. i86t f -"to , 10
Ladies of the 6erman Presbyterian
Ciive a Musical nuc Litierary Program
Which la Largely Attended Burling
ton Kailroad Company. Shops Visited
By Thieve "Our Boys" On the
White's opera house was tilled to
its utmost capacity last evening-, the
attraction beintr the entertainment!
given by the Germiin i'reshy
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n uv me uerniau rreenjieinu
Frauen verein. Not only did the
siudience witness the rendition of a
most excellent musical and literary
program, but were also trouted to
nice 6uoper and all for 15 cents. The
committee on entertainment, with
whom the duty ol arranging the ex
cellent program rested, aie deserving
of special mention. The committee
was composed of Mesdames G. II
Longenhagen, H. Zuckweiler, I
I'earlman and F. U. Steimker.
The following program was interest
ing throughout and each number is
deserving of special mention, lu
space will not permit:
Selection ot music Lena Sliroeder
Solo 1 illie allery
Recitation Lulu 1-ec-k
Selection, tlute and niano
Dr. Humphrey and Antonia Kessler
Song "The Sunshine' Iia 1'earliiian
Piano solo Mary Kuntsmann
Kecitation Anna ". ohltartn
Sone "Listen to the Wood Bird's one
Edna and May Peterson
Messrs. Lutz, Drucker. Draga. Ebinger
Piano solo Ida Fearlman
'Vas Lehen vie am Summer Tac'
Mary and Margetha Katz
Solo Clara Street
1'iauo trio Edna. Mav and Chas. Petersen
.Selection Rose Myers
Duet Lena Sliroeder, Antonia Kessler
Solo Fred Ebinger
Are After BraxM.
The Burlington railroad company
has been considerably annoyed for
several years by people stealing brass
and lead from its shops in this city
and the amount taken at the different
times would amount to a considerable
sum. None of the metal had been
missed for several months until last
Saturday or Sunday night when some
one effected an entrance o the brass
foundry and metal taken to the
amount of about $10. O dicers have
been on the lookout since then, but 60
far have been unable to get any trace
of the thieves.
-Oar Boys' the Coming Event.
The library board of the city have
decided upon a very excellent plan by
which to raise funds that will enable
them to increase the efficiency of the
public library. "Our Boys," a corned
drama from the pen of Henry J.
Byron, the greatest of Euglish play
wrights, is the play selected.
It will be produced by home
young pleople at White's opera house
Friday and Saturday evenings, March
V.i and 20. "Our Bojs"? is pronounced
by all as one of the best comedies
ever written, having had a continuous
run of 1,500 nights when first pro
duued at the Garrick theatre, London,
The library ba.trd is to be conj
gratulated on having secured the
leading dramatic stars in this city.
Among those who will take prominent
parts are Guy Livingston, A. J. Bee
son, Lee Atwoodand Mrs. Geo. Dovey,
the Misses Rose Hyers, Mabel Swear
ingan and Tilly Vallory.
There will be no excuse for anyone
missing this splendid opportunity of
helping the library and at the same
time enjoying a genuine dramatic
Scene. of a Second Klot.
Chicago, March 10. The polling
booth at tiO Oak street, where Gustave
Colliandor was murdered during an
attempted ballot box raiu two years
ago, was again the scene of trouble at
the democratic primaries this after
noon. A crowd of politicians, among
them a number of members of the
famous Market street gang, raided
the polling booth and attempted to
destrov the ballots. A riot call was
sent in and within a short time of
licers were on the scene. The lead
ers of the aransr took to llisht and no
arrests were made. The polling booth
was kept closed for several minutes,
when a now box was taken and the
ballotiug in that precinct begun anew.
No further trouble was experienced.
DEATH OF JUDGE WOLF.
One Of the Early Settler of Nebraska
From Thursday's Daily
Judge H. C Wolph died at the home
of his sou near ftehawka Tuesday
night at the advanced age of seventy
four years, and will be laid to rest in
Mt. I'ie.isant cemetery at '2 o'clock to
morrow. Judgo Wolph was ono of Nebraska's
pioneer settlers, having settled iu
this county in tho '50s and was the
first county judge of Cass county. He
was kuowu by almost every old settler
in the countv.
Persons who are subject to attacks
of bilious colic will ba deased to Know
that prompt relief may bo had by
taking Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and and Diarrhoea Remedy, and if
taken ua soon as tho first indication
of the disease appears, it will prevent
the attack. For sale by all druggists.
A HIGH PRICED ATTOR EY.
.lodge Broady Claims J. E. Hill Owes
Him a Large Amount.
The suit wherein Judge J. II. Broad
sues Captain J. E. Hill for $10,000 for
defending him in the suit brough
against him when be was state treas
urer and in the impeachment proceed
ings instituted, is being tried by
Judge Hastings of Saline county, says
the State Journal. The plaintiff
claims that he defended Captain Hill
when the supreme court tried the
firet timo to recover $230,000, which
.... . .
DanK. tie inougni nis services id mai
case were worth $8,500. Then be
claimed $1,500 for looking after the de
fendani's interests in the impeach
isent proceedings which were begun
by the legislature in 1693. He denies
that he has received $114 for his work
and wbeieas he thinks $10,0u0 would
bo a reasonal fee.
Captain Hill denies that he owes
Judge Broady anything whatever. He
says no agreement was made when
Broady entered into the case other
than that a reasonable fee should be
paid. He claims that he pail $2,000
and thought that liquidated the debt.
Shoots tils Cousin For a Tramp.
IIamhuro. Ia.. March 9 Frank
Hammond, son of Postmaster Ham
mond, was shot in the back last night
by his cousin. Smith Jones. Ham
mond recognized Jones coming home
and tried to play a trick on him The
night was dark and he hid by the
fence. Jones passed by. IlTromond
then started on his way. Jones think
ing he was a tramp drew his tcvolver
and called to him to halt, but he
started to run. Jones fired in order
to scare him. He called to him to
to halt again, but be did not
heed and Jones fired again and struck
Hammond in the back. 11-mmond
fell and cried, "Smith, you have shot
me !" Then Jones realized what he
had done. Hammond wf.s taken home
and Dr. Jolly was sent for, but could
not find the ball. He did not consider
tho wound serious, but this morning
the injured man showed unfavorable
Symplons, and it is possible the result
may be serious.
Bring BuCer to Time.
Dallas, Mareh 10. Milton Park, a
populist loader of Texas, acting as
chairman of a special committee ap
pointed for the purpose at the recent
Memphis meeting of the National Re
form Press association, has mailed to
Senator Marion Butler of North Caro
lina, national chairman of the popu
list party, a letter demanding a meet'
ng of the populist national executive
committee on a crate not later than
May 1, 1899.
The letter is said to be in effect a
declaration of war on Chairman But
ler's policy and a determination to
fight what is known as the Bryan
democratic element of the populist or
The Calico" BaU.
Star lodge No.4,Daughters of Honor,
gave one of the most pleasant dancing
parties of the season at Waterman's
hall last evening. Owing to the fact of
this being the Lenten season the
crowd was not as large as was ex
pected, but those who were present
thoroughly enjoyed themselves. The
Bohemian orchestra furnished the
music which was first-class, and an ele
gant supper was served at Stadelman's.
Tbe proceeds of the ball only about
paid the expenses, but those who had
charge were fully compensated for
Maxwell Leaves tor Washington.
Fremont, March 9. Hon. Samuel
Maxwell left this morning for Wash
ington to assume his duties ai a mem
ber of congress. His son, Jocob Max
well, who was his stenographer dur
ing the latter part of his term as judge
of the supreme court, accompanied
him as secretary. The judge's family
will remain at their home in Platte
Two Brothers Wed Two Sisters.
ALVO, Neb., March 10. Today at
tbe home of the brides' parents at
Dorchester occurred the wedding of
Mr. A. and M. F. Prouty to the Misses
Helsey, Rev. Mr. Oral of Dorchester
officiating. The grooms are proprie
tors of the Alvo roller mills and are
well and favorably known in this see'
tion of the state. They will return
and make their home in Alvo.
Bur glar Alarm Catches Burglars.
Jeffekson, Ia, March 9. Two
men in attempting to break into the
store of W. Cooper touched off a bur
glar alarm which awoke the proprie
tor at his home' and before the men
had time to escape a 6UOtguo covered
them. They are now in j ill.
List of Letters.
Remaining uncalled for at the post-
office at Plattsmouth, March '10, 18Vj:
Everett. Wm Hensley, John
When calling for any of the above
letters please say "advertised."
W. K. Fox, P. M.
English Spavin Linimentremovesal
Hard, Soft or Calloused Lumps and
Blemishes from horses. Blood Spavins,
Curbs, Splints, Sweeney, Ring-Bone,
Stifles, Sprains, all Swoolen Throats,
Coughs, etc. Save $50 by use of one
bottle. Warranted the most wonder
ful Blemish Cure ever known. Sold by
F. G. Fricke & Co., druggists, Plattsmouth.
INFORMATION AND OPINION?.
One of the nicest books for those in
terested in biblical investigation is
tbe new work recently published, and
well named, "Improved helps to
Bible study." Mrs. Senter of this
city is agent for the work, which from
a cursory examination, we are certain
must prove invaluable.
In another column will be found &
letter from Superintendent O'Brien
in regard to the seining of La Platte
eloughs. We have heard much severe
critic-Um over the way our fishing
grounds were despoiled by the fishery
people a few years ago and from read
ing the report of Superintendent
O'Brien for 1896 it was very natural to
suppose the same offense had been
committed. If any seining of fish
ponds in this vicinity is to be engaged
in we prefer that our own people do it
rather than those from abroad. How
ever, we willingly give Mr. O'Brien
an opportunity to state his 6ide of the
She "loved not wisely, but too well,"
i the plaint of a young girl at Mon
roe, Ills., against Rev. Hampton, who
attended school at Coiner, and, who
was well known here. If tho charge
be true tho parents of the young
lady should see to it that no court
could get a chance to white wash such
a pious fraud.
Answer to Correspondent: Yes,
Senator Thurston stands seven feet
two inches in his stocking feet. It all
came about through frantic office
seekers pulling his leg. He was not
always so tail as he is now.
Secretary Wilson of Iowa shows he
is a poor man to regulate tho weather.
The hyperboreal breeze that blew
yesterday was bad beginning, and
we trust he will be more careful in
tho future, as the people have been
used to better treatment under Mr.
For a choice line of tom-toms, hew-
gags and slogans slightly damaged by
hard usage, call on V. J. Bryan, only
survivor of the first battle, at Lin
Dominick McCaflery, tho once noted
pugilist, is living on a ranch in Holt
county. He has struck a good job, for
only by "hard licks" can a Holt county
farmer hope to make a living.
Mr. Gary, the new postmaster gen-
ral, has already been named by the
Washington wits, "His , Whiskers,"
for his face is adorned with ornaments
that spread like a feather du3ter.
Work on the six engines recently
ordered built at the Havelock shops
is progressing fairly well, two of the
boilers are completed and work begun
pon the third. It is the desire of
those in charge to have four of the
ngines ready to go on the road in the
C. Damm of Nebraska City was the
ictim of burglars Monday night, and
he now writes his name B. Damm.
C. A. Ziegeham ot Ellis, Gage
county, was thrown Iroin the top of a,
car by a sudden check of the train.
He lit on his back between the rails
and iminent death stared him in the
face, for the train was coming on him.
He seized the brake beam and hung on
for dear life until it came to a stop,
when he was extricated with bruised
back, but he saved his precious life by
his grit and presence of mind.
Ths suit of Sam Chapman v. Her
man iNeitzel comes up for trial to a
jury in Judgo Spurlock's court tomor
row. Mathew Gering, who remem
bers with caressing tenderness how
nicely he was treated by Chapman ia
the Thompson case, appears for Mr.
Chapman as one of his attorneys. We
will have a stenographer present to
take down the testimony for publica
tion, as it may be of interest to far
mers and others who are not faoniliar
with the inside of a law suit.
Another Fast Train.
The B. te M. sent another fast train
over the road this week that was al
most equal to the Mayham train. It
consisted of one baggage car one day
coach and five pullman coaches making
a heavy train, yet it ran from the
Junction to Lincoln in one hour and
twenty minutes and took coal iind
water at Ashland. The Mayham train
made the run in one hour and two min
ttes, but made no stop at Ashland.
The train was a special rontainiog
postal cleiks from the east on their
way to Portland, Ore. The crew con
sisting of conductor Erwirt and his
regular force went right throutrb. to!
Ravenna without change.
Horses For Pasture.
Splendid pasturage for 300 he:l of
horses in the Loupe valley can be ob
tained by seeing George Edson. This
is a good opportunity to get your
horses and colts through, the summer
very cheap. The stock will be taken
from here and returned, and the en
tire cost for the season is only $3 per
head. Address Geo. Edson, Platts
mouth, or leave word at W. D. Jones'
Subscribe for Tjie News.
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four months treatment, $2 50. To
those who are not able to pay any
thing for medicines and will bring me
a line from their pastor 6tating the
same. I will furnish them medi
cines free of charge. Never can the
affiicted expect such an offer again
What I have done for those I have
treated here formerly and now is suf
ficient guarantee of perfect satisfac
tion in all eases. This offer holds
good lor a few days only.
Dr. W. M. Follett. -
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After having been confined to the
house for eleven days and paying out
$25, in doctor bills without benefit,
Mr. Frank Dolson of Sault Ste. Mich.,
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Comfort to California.
Every Thursday afternoon, a tourist
sleeping car for Salt Lake City, San
Francisco and Los Angeles leaves
Plattsmouth via the Burlington
It is carpeted; upholstered in rat
tan; has spring scats and backs and is
provided with curtains, bedding,
towels, soap. etc. An experienced
excursion conductor and a uniformed
Pullman porter accompany it through
to the Paci fic Coast
While neither as expensively
finished nor as fine to look at as a
ml ace sleeper, it is just as good to
ride in. Second class tickets are
honored and the pr'ce of a berth,
wide enough and big enough for two,
is only $5.
For a folder giving full particulars,
eall at the nearest B. & M. R. R. R.
ticket office. Or, write to J. Francis,
Geu'l. Pass'r. Agent, Burlington
Route, Omaha, Neb.
The editor of the Crete Democrat,
Colonel Bowlby, is mild as a summer's
day in his criticism of senator rarrell
for punching him in the face. We
hardly expected such magnanimity.
Here is what he says editorially in
his paper: "Ye editor got into a
little scrap with Senator Farrel on
the floor of the senate yesterday over
an article appearing in these columns
a few weeks since, relative to his posi
tion on the stock yards bill. No one
was seriously hurt, nor much gore
spiit. It is but fair to tbe senator to
say that the senate was finally forced
to accept as a compromise the report
made by the minority of the commit
tee sent out to investigate, of which
Farrei was one. It seems that tbe
editor who dares to interfere with the
stock yards rule is in danger of getting
his head punched. There is one sat
isfaction, however, these slock
yard senators will never again be
4 LiULlUI tiU Willi ooaii hll? 0- II C tj. t
3 . . . .-v . . mn tt-tAUurutA I
may De 1116 "n" " lu" teere
on senators Farrell and Johnson, but
! it was no more pronounced in its criti
cism than the populists and democrats
in conversation relative to the acts of
Old fashioned oak tanned leather
(that lasts twice as long as the chemi
cal quick tanned leather) is what
August Gorder uses, and the result is
if a man buys his harness once he will
have no other.
Ked Birds For Sale.
iuo uuueroitrnea uas live nice
singers, red birds, for sale at Rock
Bluff j, Neb. James Furlono
SUNDAY SCHOOL LIBRARIES.
Blany of the Books an Insult to the In
telligence of Young People.
Edward W. Bok has been making a
careful and comprehensive examination
of Sunday school libraries, and iu The
Ladies' Home Journal he confesses him
self disgusted with the literature thus
placed in the hands of our boys and
girls. A less complete investigation,
Mr. Bok says, would not have made it
possible for him to believe that the li
braries of onr Sunday schools were
stocked with such piles of rubbish
"wishy washy literature," as he terms
it. He quotes the titles and gives the
themes of a number of books he obtained
frorn Sunday school libraries, and these
seem to completely warrant his conclu
sions. "Such books, "he contends, "are
an insult to the intelligence of the
young people aud have a pernicious in
fluence. Instead of being healthy books
they are decidedly unhealthy in tone
and teaching. Surely we are cultivating
a dangerous taste for reading in the
young when we feed them on such rub
bish." Mr. Bok unhesitatingly lays a part of
the blame upon the publication boards
and societies, which are influenced by
a denominational spirit that narrows
their choice of books. Then, again, it is
shown that the most mediocre sort of
"talent" is employed to write these
books, and that Ugparly prices loss
than f 80 per Look are paid. A share
of responsibility, Mr. Bok asserts, rests
upon the men who purchase Sunday
school libarries, who, as is most fre
quently the case, are not qualified for
the task and whose object is to secure a
library as cheap as passible. Mr. Bok
warmly urges that the selection of Sun
day school books be left to women, who
"instinctively knew and feel the kind
pf a book which a boy or girl will read
and enjoy." He insists that women
should be given carte blanche to make
the selections so far as the prescribed
amount of money will go. "A hundred
good books," Mr. Bok concludes, "are
far better than 500 bonks of indifferent
interest," which are bought simply be
cause they are cheap. "A Sunday school
library cannot be created in a day, aud
no discouragement should be felt if the
financial means of the church are con
tracted and necessitate tho purchase oi
only a few books at a time. "
Helpless as to Bread.
Captain Bliss was like all seamen, a
strict disciplinarian, and his crew re
spected him beyond measure. Not one
of them would have dreamed of inter
preting a command otherwise than ac
cording to the strict letter of the law.
Things must be done shipshape under
One day, while the ship was in a cer
tain port, tb captain gave a dinner to
some town acquaintances, and as the
resources of the 6hip were not great
some of the sailors were deputed to wait
on the table to re-enforce the insufficient
number of stewards.
As these n en were not used to rach
work each one was told exactly what
service would fall to his share.
The hour came, and the dinner went
merrily on. Presently, however, one of
the ladies wanted a piece of bread.
There was none very near her, and the
finely disciplined stewards seemed to be
quite oblivious to her need. She turned
her head and spoke very softly to the
man at her elbow.
"Bread, please," she said.
He looked regretfully at the bread
and theu at her. It was evident that he
would fain have helped her if it had
been in his power. He saluted in fine
"Can't do it, ma'am," said he. "I'm
told off for taters." London Tele
Lord Nelson's Spirit.
Captain Alfred T. Mahan writes an
account of "Nelson In the Battle of
Copenhagen" for The Century. Captain
Mahan quotes the following from the
account of the engagement written by
Colonel Stewart of the British forces:
"Lord Nelson was at this time, as he
had been during the whole action, walk
ing the starboard side of the quarter
deck, sometimes much animated and at
others heroically fine in his observa
tions. A shot through the mainmast
knocked a few splinters about us. He
observed to me with a smile, 'It is warm
work, and this day may be the last to
any of us at a moment, ' and then, stop
ping 6hort at the gangway, he used an !
expression never to be erased from my
memory and said with emotion, 'But,
mark you, I would not be elsewhere for
thousands.'" With this spirit may be
compared his rebuke some days after the
battle to a lieutenant, who during the
action had made a hopeless report about
the grounded ships, "At such a moment
the delivery of anything like a despond
ing opinion, unasked, was highly repre
hensible and deserved much more cen
sure than Captain Foley gave you."
Brains Bigger Than Man's.
According to Professor Max Weber of
Amsterdam, the only animals which
em-pass man in the absolute weight of
their brains are elephants and whales,
but there are several that rank ahead
of him iu the ratio of the brain weight
to the total weight of the body. All of
these, however, are comparatively small
animals. Among them are many mon
keys and certain members of the squir
rel and mouse families. No animal of
greater bodily size than man has a brain
which is relatively as large as his. Up
on the whole, it seems that man's men
tal superiority is due rather to tho qual
ity and organization than to the size of
Whv have we memory sufficient to
retain the minutest circumstances that
have happened to us and yet not enough
to remember how often we have related
them to the same person? La Roche
foucauld. Darwin and Tyndall proved what nat
uralists before their time suspected, that
the air is literally full of plant germs
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All points west.
St. Louis and all
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TRAINS LEAVE AS FOLLOWS:
No 20. Local express, daily. St Joe,
Kansas, tt Louis, ail points
south 9:40 am
No 4. Local e.D, dally, Burlington,
Chicit'.'o, all points eust.... 10:4 am
No 10. Local exp, daily except pun
No 92. Local exp. daily except bun
Uav. I'ac'tio Junction
11 ;5."i am
No 30. Freight, daily except Sunday
No 2. Vestibuled exp, daily. Bur
lington, Chicago und ail
No 12. Local exp. daily. St Lie. Kan
sas City. St Louis. Chk-acro
all points east and south..
NoT. Freignt, dally, from Omaha
to fac Junction, iv Omaha
No 5. Local exp, daiiy.Oiuab.i, Lin
coln, Denver and Interme
diate si atlons -.
No&v Local freignt, d iily. Omaha.
No ia Lr c il freight, daily, ex Sun
Uuy. Cedar I'reeK, Louis
ville. Soul li Uonri
It -. 1 r prn
Fast mail, daily. Umaba and
Vestibuled exp. daiiv, Den
ver and nil poinis in Colo
rado, U tah and California,
tirund island. Black Hi. is.
Montana and I'aeific N. VV.
So 9. Local exp, daily except Su -nay.
No 11. Local exp, daily except Sun
day, umaha and Lincoln..
No 17. Local express, Sunday only,
No 7:5. Freight, daily, Louisville.. .
Sleeping, dinin and reclining chair cars
iseats free! on through trains. Tickets sold
and baggage checked to any point in the
United States or Canada.
For Information, time tables, maps and
tickets call or write to
W. L. PICKETT. Agent.
I'ialtsinou t h. Neb.
J. FRANCES. Gen. Pass. Ant.,
. r. ti.'.il ca;;i.
TKAINK OOINO NOKTH,
No. 1 4.!(J a. in
No. ft 11. ft I a. m
No. 121, looal freight p.m
TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
No. 2 10.4'1 p.m
No. U2. local freight 7.35 a. m
No. li ... RX n. w
Carriages, buggies, sieighs and har
ness at A. Gorder's Lrirgrest line in
Cass county to select from.
STILL IN BUSINESS.
BEST ris for Weddings, Funerals or Pleasure Parties, etc. . Hack order,
attended to promptly. Terms reasonable. Cash preferred. Call and pret
rates. Telephone 76.
Ti. B. W. D. Jones auctioneer all kinds of goods and farm stock
LIVER and KIDNEY S
Diseases are manifested v
Loss ot Appetite, roul
Tongue and Weakness
Or. J. H. MEAN'S
A. II. WECKBACII,
PLATTSMOUTH S LEADING
Carries the Largest and most Complete
Stock in the County.
Finest line of Canned Goods, Dried Fruits aud
cgetables that can be purchased
in the market,
WeckViaili's pride is to keep
the largest and best line,
and he succeeds admirably.
Call and see our goods.
H. H. IbIECKBHCH
Wate'man Block, Plattsmouth.
WHEN IN PLATTSMOUTH...
C. H. PETERSEN,
WINES AND LIQURS,
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
POOL AND BILLIARD ROOAl
The Largest and Finest in
t je City of Plattsmouth.
KRTJG'S OMAHA BEER
HOTEL RILSY HNNEX.
NEW : ADVERTISEMENTS.
that tell about DUUItU
At one-half refful&r prics. My
1M7 Cataloftu. now ready for nu
distribution, the moat unique and
vtistie published. Ssjtd roa Copt.
Miss C. H. Llpplacott,
819 Sixth St. 8., Munrsarous, Mm.
PARKER'S CINCER TONIC
tth&tea Lung Troubled, Debility, ditttreffing fttomaeli to!
female tUa, and is noted tor making nares when ail oUmT
treatiTrpnt ffcila. tvrv mother mud invalid should here it.
CleanM and beantiAea tha bate
Promotea a luxuriant Krowth.
Never Fail, to Beetor. Qray
Cure, aralp diaraaea Jt hair tailing.
Hal. u , T a vmumi uoior.
HINDERCQRNS Tha onlv rare Cnra for
Corns. StopaaU pain. Makes walking ewy.lic MSruiziMa.
Oriel"" nd "y Voniilne
sarc, .wav n-iUMe. ladic
IrltTSt Ur ChirheMT F.nnlUh Hn J
aa.,l Itrtimii in ttA aUJl Unld tllff all lc
lrv,-a.. v-areJ with Mw rthhrni. Teke
tioru and imitations. At Dratcci-. r aeo4 4.
la ftaxnpa fur nartteulara. tmimoniaU atvl
Ulk-r for Ltadle. in Utfr, b rrtmrm
r Mall. l.OOt TeMimen.als. Nmm I'aper.
T. FRHNK IslILBS.
ATTORNEY : AT : LAW.
"ractlc in an eoontr and state eeorta.
attention siren to collections.
ornci m watibxak block.
PL IT T8 MOUTH, t NXS&ASXA.
The Cans County Dairy.
Everything clean fresh and pure
Milk, cream or buttermilk delivered
at your door every day.
R. F. Dean, Proo.
?Ut j ail
W. D. JONES...
Oldest J LJveryman,
618 MAIN STREET,
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