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Catteysou's Enemies Display
Attempt Mad to Shoot Through a Win
dow Neighbor Becoming Tired Of
TbMt Midnight DUturbnce And
Bop th Officer Will Pat Stop to
Mr. and Mrs. Cateyson, who will be
remembered as having taken an active
part in the skirmishes which recently
occurred at the former's shoe repair
ing establishment, on Fourth street,
between Pearl and Main, were quite
badly frightened about 2 o'clock this
morning by the loud report of a pistol,
discharged near the rear window. It
waa afterwards ascertained that it
must have been the intention of the
party whoever it may have Peen to
hoot through the window, as the bul
let was found lodged in a board above
Mrs. Cateyeon had left the window
only a few moments before, and she is
positive the Bhot was intended for her.
There is no doubt but what it was a
piece of spite work on the part of their
enemies, as they have been repeatedly
threatened, and it is sincerely hoped
by the residents in that part of the
eity that the officers will be successful
in their efforts to nab the guilty party,
or parties, and thus put an end to these
disgraceful midnight occurrence?.
The disturbances of these rival fac
tions are a decided nuisance, and if
some of them were locked up In jail
for a couple of months it would un
doubtedly have a good result.
Furnish Splendid Music
The first of the series of band con
certs to be given on Main street dur
ing the summer ' was listened to by a
large crowd of music-loving people at
Sixth and Main streets last evening.
The band has not only improved la
every way over last year, under the di
rection of Kd Schulhof, but their facil
ities for giving street concerts have
also been greatly improved by a mov
able platform and chairs, upon which
the boys are seated and are thus en
abled o do much better work.
Shortly before the concert the boys
gave a drilling exhibition on Lower
Main street, and their abilities in this
respect speak well for J. I. Sanders,
the drum major.
The concert next Thursday evening
is to be held at Garfield park, while on
the following Thursday evening the
band will appear on Fifth and Main
Find Pearl on Fishing Trip.
A dispatch from Sioux City, la., in
today's Bee says: "People at Hinton,
la., twelve miles north of here, who
have been tninking of going to the
Klondike, are looking for pearls inthe
Floyd river, which runs through this
city. A young barber of LeMars and
two friends put in a week at Hinton on
a fishing outing. They did not capture
enough fish to . make mention
of, but they bagged more than 300
pearls. Sixteen of these are large,
flawless, beautifully shaped and worth
a9 high as 1150 a piece. The collec
tion, which is on exhibition at a Sioux
City jewelry store, contains handsome
pink pearls, a9 well as flawless and lus
trous pear-shaped and perfectly round
ones. Ucassionally pearls nave been
brought in from the Floyd for a num
ber of years, but this is by all odds the
largest haul ever made in this section.
It is said that during the last week
nearly every man, woman and child
at Hinton and has been digging cl araa
on the Floyd."
Entertained at "Sunnjslde."
Some twelve or fifteen people en'
joyed a rare musical treat last even
log at the home of tne Wescott's. Mr.
Dave Livingston, partner and travel
ing salesman for the firm of Hefter,
Livingston & Co., wholesale clothiers
of Chicago, entertained the company
for about two hours on the piano, in a
manner most pleasing to bis listeners.
Mr. Livingston enjoys the reputation
of being one of the finest amateur
Dianists in Chicago, and it was a great
privilege to hear him. It was an im
promptu anair, ana auogemer in
formal, but was none the less enjoy
able. MURDOCH ITEMS.
Dr. R. L. Newell spent Wednesday
Mrs. Learned, mother of Mrs. Rev.
Myers, will spend June in Murdock.
The band boys will give an icecream
social Saturday evening at the school
Mrs. Conrad Wirth weut to Iowa
Monday, returning Thursday with her
A new girl arrived at the home of
of Mr. and Mrs. Turner McKinnon
Saturday, June 2.
Ethel Cole is undergoing an opera
tion on her tonsils at one of the Omaha
hospitals this week.
The Murdock Times has changed
headquarters, and may now be found
in the building with the dentist.
The M. E. Sunday school will cele
brate their Chlldrens' day next Sun
day, and a fine time is anticipated.
Misses Carrie and Chat Wurts of
Lincoln will spend the summer vaca
tion with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tool.
John Scbeel is hauling lumber for a
fine new residence, to be built this
summer on his farm just north of Mur
dock. Re. Frisch will again occupy his
pulpit Sunday, after an absence of
nearly two weeks in Aurora, his last
The mother of Louis and H. R.
Neitzel arrived Friday from South
Bend, lad., with the intention of sum
Mat Spader and daughter went to
Omaha to be present' at the operation
of Mra, Spader for a tumor, which oc
curred Thursday. 1
NEWS BRIEFLY TOLD.
A.' W. Atwood sells the best paint on
Call at the Vienna bakery for fresh
bread, cakes, pies, etc.
The K. D's. will give an "unusual
social" at the home of Mrs. Dr. Mar
shall June 8.
The King's Daughters will hare an
"nnueual social" June 8 at the home f
Mi s. Dr. Marshall.
If you want a new spring suit, made
in the latest style, call on Hudecek &
McElroy in Rockwood block.
Pianos at about half price at Lehn
hoff's Saturday, June 9. CaBh or small
payments. W. D. Crawford. .
Telfer, Shepard & Co. will clean
your house in and out, top to bottom.
Charges right. Plattsmouth telephone
The Daughters of Ilebekah, I. O. O
F. will meet at their hall this
(Friday) evening. All members re
quested to be prudent.
Small in size and great in results are
De Witt's Little Early Risers, the fa
mous litlla pills that cleanse the liver
and bowels. They do not gripe. F
U. Fricke & Co.
The Vienna bakery now has a bread
wagon, and anyone wishing bread de
livered at their homes can leave or
ders at the store or call up Nebraska
tel phone No. 216.
Come and have an "unusiml" good
time aud hear an "unusual" good pro
gram, which will be rendered by the
K. D's. all for an "unusual" small
sum of 10 cents. Refreshments 10 cents.
Mrs. II. C. McMaken received a
letter yesterday from Mrs. S. II.
Fisher, in which the latter stated that
she was getting along nicely and ex
pected to return heme in the near
Misses Gertrude and Jessie Fox well
have finished their year's term of
school having taught successfully at
their respective schools in Nehawkr.
and Union, and they return home
crowned with Honors.
Ivy poisoning, poison wounds and all
other accidental injuries may be
quickly cured by using DoWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve. It is also a certain cure
for piles and skin diseases. Take no
other. F. G. Fricke & Co.
In the celebrated old English play,
"The Tragical History of Dr. Faus
tus," presented by the sophomore class
of Bellevue college. Miss May liaird
played the part of Helen of Troy and
Miss Louise Smith Good Spirit.
Miss Myrta Porter has been notilieJ
of her election to a position in the
Omaha schools. The News joins her
many friends in wishing her the same
success in her new field of labor she
has had in this city and in Colorado.
S. A. Davis drove down to the vicin
ity of Nehawka yesterday on business
Being a grain dealer, he naturally
took a good look at the growing crops
and reports them to be in tine condi
tion especially wheat, which looks
Miss Fern Miller of Rawls township,
has recently been elected to a position
in the Plattsmouth schools as teacher,
Miss Miller has an excellent reputa
tion as teacher and she will give the
Plattsmouth people excellent satisfac
tion. Glenwood Opinion.
Hon. S. M. Chapman departed this
morning for Burlington. Ia., where he
will visit relatives a few days. From
that place he will go to Davenport to
attend a reunion of the veterans of
Hornet's brigade, of which tin was a
member during the civil war.
The Plattsmouth Turnverein will
hold a picnic out at Hunter's grove
near Four Mile creek on June 17
The boys are making extensive pre
parations for the affair, and it is ex
pected that a big crowd will take ad
vantage of this opportunity to have a
The county commissioners have bet n
notified that some person, who evi
dently had evil intents, last night re
moved a couple of planks from the
bridge spanning the Platte river at
Louisville. It is thought to have been
the work of some one who was seeking
revenge, and the matter will be thor
A light checked wool coat was
picked up in front of Herold & Son's
store last night. A memorandum book
was found in one of the pockets, con
taining several cards with the name
"Guy R. Reese, 505 Pierce street,
Omaha," printed on them. The coat
is nearly new, and the owner can have
same by calling at Herold's store.
Twelve ladies were out to the
Moore residence yesterday afternoon
to assist in celebrating the wedding
anniversary, of Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
Moore. The afternoon was spont in
social conversation music by Prof
fessor Goede, the violinist being also
very much enjoyed by the guests. De
licious refreshments were served on
the lawn. Before departing the host
and hostess were wished many happy
return b. -
Amputation Found Necessary.
Drs. T. P. and J. S. Livingston, E
W. Cook and E. D. Cummins this
morning amputated the right arm of
Lynn Cook, the boy who was men
tioned In these columns Tuesday as
having fallen from a wagon while play
ing. It was found necessary to ampu
tate the arm midway between the el
bow and shoulder, as gangreen had
It was at first thought the lad would
be unable to undergo the operation,
but he stood the ordeal bravely and
recovered from the shock without ap
parent iil effects, and the physicians
now contider him out of danger.
All persons knowing themselves in
debted to me will please call and set
tle. W. A. HuMPnREV.
A HE JOINED
Marriage of C. S. lolk and Miss
Prominent Couple from Kim wood Mar
ried at the Residence of Rev. Asa
Sleeth TTIlllam O. Carr, a Former
Plattsmouth Boy.Marrled to Miss Maud
Lancaster at Omaha.
From Thursday's Daily.
Dame Nature douned her brightest
array and smiled her prettiest yester
day afternoon to do honor to the nup
tials of two of Plattsmouth's best be
loved young people, Mr. C. S. Pol It
and Miss Elizabeth Eikenbary. The
Methodist church, where the cere
mony took place, was thronged with
relatives and friends and looked ex
tremely pretty with its altar decora
tions of potted plants, palms and rub
ber trees, the chancel rail being
wreathed with pink and while roses
the organ also presenting a gay ap
pearance, being nearly hidden with
artistically arranged greenery, bright
ened with pink blossoms.
Seats were reserved for relatives and
intimate friends, with rose-bedecked
white ribbons reaching from pew to
pew. The Sunday school classes of
Mr. Polk and Miss Eikenbary attended
in a body and were seated together.
The ushers were Messrs. Farley,
Kilph White,!'. F. Wiles and" Cliff
Wescott. Hilt Wescott played beauti
fully, selections appiopriate to the oc
casion. The bride looked exceedingly pretty
goned in her going-away dress of
rich grey material, with hat to match,
and carrying an immense shower bou
quet of cream roses.
The happy couple were attended to
the depot after the impressive cere
mony performed by Hev. Sleeth by
numerous friends, whose good wishes
will follow them on tbeir honeymoon
trip to Like Minnetonka and remain
with them through tbeir years of
Many beautiful and costl3' gifts ro
given, testifying the love aud esteem
of friends and acquaintances.
Kebrr-II enil ricks.
Hurdett Oliver Iieber and Mis I.il
lie Elith Hendricks of Elmwood were
united in the holy bonds of matrimony
at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon by
Kev. Asa Sleeth of the Methodist
church. The happy event occurred at
the residence of the presiding minis
ter. The groom is a prosperous young
farmor of Elmwood, while the bride is
the handsome and accomplished young
daughter of Emanuel Hendricks.
Both families are well known through
out Cass county, and the ycung couple
have a host of friends who wish them
success and happiness in their journey
together through life.
William O. Carr, a step son of C. S
Twiss of this city, was married in
Omaha Tuesday evening to Miss Maud
Lancaster. The happy event occurred
at the home of the bride, and the
ceremony was performed by Rev. Wiles
of Gieenwood. Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Wiles, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Twiss and
family, Mrs. W. II. Schildknecht and
Frank Cummins and sister of this city
attended the wedding.
After the ceremony the newly-mar
ried ci-uj.-lo came to this city for a
short visit, returning to Omaha last
evening, from which place they went
to Indianapolis, Ind., tbeir new home.
The groom is quite well known in
Plattsmouth, having resided here for
a number of yeirs. Tiirc News joins
with their many friends in extending
Plattsmoi'tii, Neb., June 5.. 11)00.
Hoard met pursuant to adjournment
All present; minutes of last session
read and approved.
The county attorney was instructed
to foreclose on the following property
for delinquent taxes: Lots 7, 8 and 9;
block 1G8, I'iattsmouth City. South t0
feet of west 24 feet; lot 3, block 46,
Plattsmouth City. Lots 10, 11 and 12;
block l,St vdelmnn's addition to Platts
The board decided that such part of
the public road between ltoad districts
33 and 34 as lies in Center precinct, is
in I load distaict 33, ard must be
worked by the overseer of said Dis
Thaddcus S. lleckor was appointed
justice of the peace in Pi&ttsmout City
to till vacancy.
Application of J. I. Burks for can
eel action of personal taxes in Salt
Creek precinct fjr year 1S94, was re
Claims allowed on the general fund
J P Falter, sal and exps $ 51 50
Turner Zink, same 43 00
J W Cox, same 26 60
James Robertson, same 139 04
B J Hempel. sal 50 00
W C Smith, same 104 52
A C Carey, same 50 00
E E Hilton, work and mileage 52 90
W D Wheeler, gdg jail 55 89
J D McBride. bdg prisoners 57 50
Ebinger Hardware Co., mdse to county... 2 70
Hammond Bros & Stephens, supplies ' 6 00
B & M R R Co., ticket for pauper 9 65
J W Sage, team for commissioners .'. 15 00
Evan Jones, same 100
Henry Murfin, same 3 75
Weeping Water Repub'can, printing 47 00
Cass county Advocate, same 12 50
John Mefford.assessing Salt Creek pre.... 161 40
Duff Grain Co-,weighing coal 5 00
Neb Tel Co.. rents and tolls 4 25
W'ern Long Dis Tel Co., same 17 90
James H Hoover.assessing Louisville pre. 139 30
Wm Sharp. Tipton 125 00
J A Stotler. " Greenwood " 148 60
A R McCann, " Weep g Water " 112 40
Henry Hirz. " Plattsmouth M 167 40
John H Hart " Stove Creek " 126 00
U E Cropp. " Nehawka " Kl BO
A Jenkins, " Center " 137 40
Henry Berns, " Avoca " 110 40
M Soader. " Elmwood " 147 00
R S Wilkinson. " 1st ward W W " 87 60
J M Teegarden. " 2d 87 60
T F Jameson. " 3d 36 6J
P E Ruffner, " 2d " Flatts Cty " 167 00
Henrv Ofe, " 4th " " " 164 00
G C Covalt, " 5th " " " 105 00
Evening News, printing 12 00
Plattsmouth Journal, same 35 40
W E Armstrong, serving papers 5 25
June 6. Kasignatiou of M. V. Wood,
overseer District 31, was accepted.
OUcial bond of T. S. Becker was ap
proved. J V McClelland.rent for grass land 15 00
L J Mayrield, printing.... 6 00
B C Marquardt, mdse to poor 6 18
State Journal Co., supplies 43 CO
David Miller, towel rents.. 9 00
Eva Harking, care of Lou Taylor Y.i 00
Mrs McCool, boarding " 15 00
Murdock Times; printing 8 15
F H Nichols, mdse to poor 8 00
A Claric. same 10 00
Bennet Tutt, same 7 00
John Swoboda. same 12 90
John Kopia. same 5 00
Charles L Graves, printing 7 50
Egenbe.rgcr & Troop, coal to county IS 30
W H Schildtkuecht, atten g Lou Taylor.. 21 00
Geo V Allen. M. D . sal etc 19 3
Mrs K E Yoder. care of poor 10 0U
A H Weckbach, mdse to poor 26 6."
W A Davis, agt., rent for pauper 2 50
E K Guthman, boarding pauper "Jo 45
i Geo B Lehuhoff, mdse to county 30 1
Aug Bach, same 21 0(
Wurl & Cottee. mdse to poor 11 00
K S White, same 12 00
S F Girardet. same 9 8:
Stander Bros, same 5 00
C M Leach, same rt 00
W E Failing, same 5 00
Win King, work on roads 25 00
Cass bill, state vs. Marians 20 30
NH Wilkinson, tndse to poor nil
K M Massie, assessing Mt. I'lca.saut pie. . H"
Road district fund:
Miiitou At Wood, work; ilistiict 31. 0,1
Edwards ,fc Bradloid.luin Lor; dist 9 7 2i:
J R Slieeley & ( , building biidge SO
Ujartl adjourned to raeei June 19
iivi: a class ki:ci:ition
SiiiKluy s hool ClaxitrM of Hie t hrlitt Ian
t'liilM-h llavit a (Suntl Time.
Mrr. II. M. DunganV ?uhd;ty tchoo
class of the Christian church irave a
reception for tho younir mens'' class a
the home of M-. nnd Mrs. Prank I'. iyd
lat even inn. About forty of the
young folks were present ar.d tho af
fair was u verv ei.j.iyuMe ore. The
evening was spent in games and var
ions other serial umuseniPnts.
ltifrcshnients ami an c!egatt nipper
were no er veil, tho tab es leingdeco
rated in tho class colors scarlet and
cream. Misses Kita Twiss and Minna
McKay 1 ctcd as waiters, and they
looked very pretty dicfseil in the ehiss
TliOfe present were Me.-srs. and
Mtsdam s 1J. M. Diingan, Charles
liiatt. Alon.o Slult., J.-hn Hurley,
Klmer Ui:iek; Misses Minim Twiss,
Slell.-i Uo d, Anna Fry, Myrtle W01
uen, I.izz e Kroehler, Daisy lV-rrj-
Orace lVrry, Pearl McK roy, Minuio
Goldien, Oberlin, Kan.; Mossrs. Jess-e
Perry, O.iver Hudson, Harry Adair,
Leslie McKinney, Thomas McK nney.
Herbert Sherwood, Dick Stultz, Lo
Alex John Ioyd, John Crab tl.Cimrles
Mi?s Clara Coleman has gone to
South Oiuaha for a visil with her sis
ter, Mrs. O. A. Hrown.
II. D K.'oii, the Weeping Water
reul estate man, was in town yesteiday
afternoon on business.
Henry R. Geiig returned fiom Be
atrice this morning. where he attended
a convention of druggists.
William Ellington, the first theriff
of Cass county, came in from Omaha
today, enroute to Rock I.lufTs.
Dr. II. Raymond, a corn doctor, is in
the city and claims to have a sure cure
for all diseases of the human foot.
L. D. Tolle, stenographer at S. M,
Chapman's law ollico, went to Nebraska
Citv this afternoon for a short visit
with relatives and friends.
Miss Minnie Twiss,who has attended
the High school in this city during the
term just closed, departed for her
home at May wcod on the early train.
Mrs. Charles Hompel and children
came down from Ilavelock this morn
ing and will remain over Sunday with
relatives. Mr. Hempel is expected to
Mrs. Thomas TolitT and daughter,
Nellie, left this morning for Spring
Lake, Minn., where they went to visit
the former's daughter, Mrs. Warren,
who is quite ill.
R. C. Kendall, assessor for Liberty
precinct, and Bill Nye, assessor for
Rock Bluffs precinct, were in town to
day to Gle their reports with County
Misses Pearl and Fern Fuller,
students of Bellvue college, spent the
day in the city the guest of Miss May
Baird. They went to Louisville on the
Schuyler train and will visit relatives
for a few days.
Mrs. Henry Winslow and two little
daughters of Kenesaw, who have been
visiting for several days with S. A.
Davis and family, left this afternoon
for Ft. Calhoun, where they expect to
visit for a short time before returning
Mrs. Samuel Fletcher, accompanied
by her children Eva, Mablo and Her
old departed last evening for Chicago,
where they will visit for a short time
before going to their new home at De
troit. Mich. Miss Gertrude will re
main in the city for the present.
Keferees' Notice of Sule.
i rvctr-i-t Court of Cass County. Nebraska.
Annie Mdry lluber, George F.
Huber, Minnie riuucr auu 1
Carl Huber. minor heir of
Fohn G. Huber. deceased, by I
their guardian, William A.
Philip F. Huber. Christine C.
11 uber. Carrie Krouse.v,ani
erine Tapper. Mary Uuerr. I
H. E. Paukonin. lian oi I
Cass County and Margaret J
Wefthe undersicned referees, will on the 14th
day of iuly. A. D.. 1900. at 2 o clock p. m. otter
for sale at public vendue the west half of the
nnrih.ui ni aartinn twenty-two Viit. in
township twelve (12). north range eleven (11). in
Cass county, Nebraska, and sell the same to the
best bidder for cash. This sale is made under
snH liv vinn r o rl..rr? entered in the above
entitled cause on the 29th day of May. A. !..
19iiu, by the Honorable Paul Jessen. judge of the
district court, after confirming said relerees re
port that said property could not be divided
among the owners entitled thereto.
JOHN 1. x- tKLuau.-v,
H. E. Pankonin.
Bvron Clark & C. A. Kawls, attorneys for .
First publication June 9 4.
Of Interest to Country Ladle.
There is an opportunity at the De
partment store that was never before
offered to the ladies of this community.
It is this: Produce can be exchanged
for the latest style millinery and the
beet dry goods and groceries, at low
prices. Just think of it! A' beautiful
hat formerly sold at from S3 to 94, we
are selling at from 49 cents to $1.25.
Briag in your butter, eggs, lard or any
produce and take advantage of this
liberal offer. M. Faxger.
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot reach the
diseased portion ot the ear. There is only one
way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed
condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian
Tube. When thistube gets inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when
it is entirely closed deafness is the result, and
unless the inHamation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition, hearing
will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten
are caused bv catarrh, which is nothing but an
inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give one hundred dollars for any case
of deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be
cured by Hull's Catarrh Cure, i-ead for circulars,
free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
fold bv druggists, 75c.
Hail's Family Pills are the best.
E. G. DOVEY & SON.
E. G. DOVEY & SON.
..IN OUR TAILOR SHOP-
We show you the largest assortment of woolens in the county. Wo give
you full value for your money. If we
Trousers or a fancy Silk Vest you get
ship and at reasonable prices. Our gunrantee is good. We have a clothea
cleaning process that no one else has. Give us a trial.
The Leading Tailor.
Platts. 'Phone '..
The board of county commissioners
of Cass county, Nebraska,'will sit as a
board of equalization for the purpose
of equalizing the assessment of Cass
county for the year 1900, in the com
missioners' office at the court house,
Plattsmouth, beginning Tuesday, June
12, 1900, at 10 o'clock a. m., and con
tinuing from day to day up to and in
cluding June 26, 1900. (thirteen days,
not including Sundays). All persons
owning real or personal property sub
ject to taxation should call and ex
amine their assessment, that any er
rors as to valuation my be adjusted
by said boarJ as the law provides. By
order of thetounty commissioners.
Jamks Uor.EKTSOX, County Clerk.
Via Burlicsrlon route April 17, May 1
and 15 and June 5 and 19. One fare
for round trip plus $2 to points in Ari
zona, Ai k ansae, Louisiana, New Mex
ico, Oklahoma, Texas, Colorado, Idaho,
Kansas. Nebraska, etc. See local
ticket agent in regard to further par
ticulars. A. W. Atwood's drug store is head
quarters for wall paper. '
V1 "J -Ww
WESCOTT & SON
Clothiers and ll:ihrr!nsliri's.
SPECIAL SALE ON
CENTS and 8 CENTS.
ORGANDIES AT 121 Gt
FORMER PRICE, 30c and
JUST THE THING
make you a Suit of Clothes, a puir of
the latest cut and first-class workman
FILE YOUR WANTS.
(Special notices under this head will be charged
for at the rate of one-half cent per word
for each insertion.)
JOR SALE A new surrey and a K"d sewing
machine. Inquire of W. L. Street.
WANTED Every one who desires a first-class
newspaper to subscribe for The Evkninc
nKWS. the leading daily of the city. Only H)
cents per week.
HAVANA TAG. 5C
Ice, Icp, Icct
Watch the big yellow wagons and
get pure spring lake ice best in the
city. Plattsmouth 'phone, office, 72;
A. W. Atwood has the largest stock
of wall paper in the county from &
cents per roll up.
over these three question:
1. Wliicli is the liost SiiiniiKT Snlt
li. Were can I set it?
:J. What will I have to pay?
You'll find the answer in our
Striped Flannel Suits that are fell
ing for S7.50. Cool, soft, litfht and
airj Can be washed. Look st3l
ish without beinr stiff and formal.
We have a plain fray Flannel a
verv handsome suit for i?f.r0.
These are a few of the many kohJ
(Mors to be found at our stne
Pinaud's Violette Keinc,
Atkinson's White Rose,
Palmer's Carnation Pink,
Palo Alto Pink,
California Wild Flowers,
Marecal Niel Rose,
Wild Grape Blossom,
F. 0. Fricke & go.
Kngine and all kinds of mnehi
dooe ; manufacturer of Ornamental
iron reneinp; bank and office railing
a specialty. Uoiler ard steam puan
H. STREITWKIKSKR, Prop.
rerry Koad one mfle
southeast B & M depot f I'Ulln. Til
A HOT WEATHER Z
One of our Hammocks any
one of our dozens of styles will
keep you cool. Let us show you
9 i 1, .,, ,
9 nie wpiiesi lino in ine ci'y.
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