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'.. Tin law does not permit the re
turns of i lcrtitci nfi proposed eon.titu-
(- , ! tiotial iiiii"'"(lnii'iits to It rcmovi d from
OUSttlinGCl ; th: ."'..t. of :) MT!Ttary of .state hi ri
c'oi-s i;i!. I'U'fcr iipii!i the .-Tiik r of tin-
h'l'isi' i,ry ;oitt:onty of j-owor to can
ViMs h'lcli rcLur lis.
!. A ji)!nt. inct't'iii; of n nmjority of
t!u mivnticrs (.f i .icli Itousr towitnes
t!n' iMMvass of tin- votcrx by th
IT of v:fh '.w-v poHt'S.soH t'C
o;'t of Judges to
'r'''' I'd,: : r rulay ::lt' rno n ; r,
in Mill ol '.in; in
I oi.", l:o! h:u' il.nt tin- a',
I'l'ni i i' (! .vi rnor Sli.-I.inii ai
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r lo tl.
t";i'C'.l' : vc
;nMlin: ilv in ii cmiiol crrntc
iltitirs or (liiriitio:n i.'i('l.
Ktali" o!Vo i when none cx
i'.'. nor can it canvass !('-
I'll'.U' : I'S I il ;')'. ,' ''I 0!!1
' vol i- ; ii i'ri-.' Hi:; i,a!
i l l i: ' tlic i.U'vlt. i' cf
'ii:t"t in iri'is; thci' to
.ii I ii i! ' iic i"i:r ,is at U l '.I'ti1 !
;;i' la! il. '! mi.i it ' -lit. cll ivt
1 1 : j 'i:.t c m :' uw ':.:' 1.0
c.iiA ,. a'vl t !:,. ih.' ai I - of
'.ttillv I'-'l: til:;; to tl:.: vauvass
vut" cast for coo. ti.utiimal
ial. The present great variety of new, original and exclusive models are now on sale at
is the most complete you have ever seen, our styles are exclusive and you will find them un-
i!in :: were Icjr.illy m'.tct. The
a:, low i hit ii:ir to i .invas -i'-vx tliiit
ome of Our Correct Styles:
en's Oxfords Every Pair Are
Oft Gunmctai Oxfords thai, have character, in short
:: street wear. We carry them in , J Pfl
iiiVrcnt styles and the price is VJfciWU
n O'ifords and straight tips, that retail at J
i licrfect shoo for all occasions. l'i ice V'UU
.00 Patent Colt Oxfords for street and dress wear.
v r I'.inflols thnt niv luith r-nnifiirtjili'd Mm! r ( f"
Alexander s price
Ladies' Oxfords and Pumps for St. Wear
Indies' Si'.ede Ankle Strap Pumps, in brown and pray, that
hold their color and shape. Every pair are (Jnodyear
welts and retail everywhere at '5.00. QH Ct
Alexander's price U -iOU
Ladies .--i.(" Tan Oxfords, in welts. We have fifteen differ
ent styles to choose from. Every one new
and stylish, and our price is
Iviics' '51.00 Patent Colt Oxfords, in noh'oy short vamps,
with and without tips, any style you desire, lor wo carry
twelve styles, and Alexander's
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i!r . ;n
vote i.-i u.lii'l I.
The opinion v:;s written ly (
.)u tico lli c.u , .1 lolo.-i Uoan an. I Kose
.1. It. Dean us ptljn's. Tlie k'Ki.slaturo
i ehiillenjred thin riht, claiming that the
, State Canvassing lioanl hail no riht to
declare the amendment carried, and
tion rctiiriH or docl.-o-c t!n result.
It will ln ri'rfvml""-ci! Mint the lejr
iM.it i: re wiu'c' nliont two or thrtc
veeks on th nia! t or of ' recanviissii t;
of the Vi'li'i on t'.e Ci iis'i'.iiM in.'il
i'liice.!,'H"'t'i, at as ro'.t ofs:-!;loi pf r
(!::y or a co: t of '.." 0 lo i 1.,'NiO to
Ejj (iovernor Sin Idon named Jessi'
I I : Knot, J. S. FawcfU, V. H. Itnse
i that it alone had the power to canvass
tf1 i .i ...i .i. . i. I,.
aim ueciare ine resuii. u proceeded 10
;di so, and Governor Shullenherer
i named Fawcett, Knot, V. D. Oldham
'and J. .1. Sullivan as judges. Kx-Gov-ernor
Silas A. Ilolcomb was olfered
I one of the places, but he refused to
make a liht for the place and Oldham.
! who was williim" lo scrap, was named
: in his su-ad.
1. Section 1 of the act of 1S77
IN THE WORLD LIKE OURS FOR THE FRSCE"
0PEK 10:09 P. M. SAT0RDAVS
OPEN 6:30 P. IB. 0TQK DAYS
: :-ion laws of 1.VT7, p. 112,) while in
force, considered in connection with
! section I, article V of the constitution,
i reipiired the canvass of the vote of the
I people upon the ipiestion of the adop
tion of proposed amendments of the
constitution to lie made by the speaker
Sei' ii'-. for saic bills.
II. K. I'anlionin vii'i n business vis
itor here Mond-iy.
I.' 'rest VVuil is jitter.dii'ir a tun.iiiT
exhibition at tuiney. III.
: Thomas K. I'annele the Louisville
banker spent Sunday in Mie city.
John Campbell of South Pond trans
acted business in the city yesterday.
Mrs. Frank Sivey of Tabor, la., is
visiting friends in the city for a few
Carl I'.arnt of Kandolph is visiting I.
P. I'.uell and family in this rity this
Mrs. Anna Iiurk left yesterday for
Lincoln to spend a few weeks with her
P. C. Petersen is attending the A. O.
IL W. grand ledge meeting in Lincoln'
Kay Trnvis of Omaha I'nited States
National Hank spi nt Sunday with his
Harry Johnson is atterding thi
grand lodge meeting of the A. 0. U.
W. in Lincoln.
Mrs. George Dodge is attending the
state convention of the Woman's Iti:
lief Corp at York, N b.
W. II. Kosi ncrans is nttendinpr thi
ol uie noiiM-oi rep:e citatives in Ire mooting of the grind lodge of the.
i.resenco of a majority of each house; Knight of Pvthia-' it Ma itiri's.
. . i . i . 1 1 i - 1 1
oi i oe ie :i ii.uire, w no were reoui ti i, ,.r. ... .. , , . ...
' -A oeau iful S'n tlnod crndo st.'tllion may
ei ,:s: einiii:.' in ir.'' :etu oi mo House OI I
ropr'.-icntntivi s for l.ha' puri.ose.
:!. Sec' i-:i nr.; .!'.: ' of the eonti- i
mnwKi wini.iiia.iii ii
ei Ti M!
ri'ipin s tl
for ooiciTi of tin
be fo-ird for a : I: vt time at M.in
:;;:i "'cer'"' barn in Phittsmnuth. flT T.
'.Il- ' ! '. ,1 Ml-- I) f M..,..r. ..
reluma of .very , ' ' " ' ' . ; , ' '- ; ; .
MaI I'll T(l
As a legion of pleased and happy customers to be
seen daily at store can testify. We, have worked
hard to make our store the best grocery store in
town and have accomplished our object. We intend
to keep it the best, and we use our best endeavors
to keep on hand the freshest and finest products
the market affords. We give below a list of articles
which you can save on. Not a fortune saved in one
article but a few cents, perhaps. But a few dollars
a month saved on groceries is a few dollars a month
for something else for a rainy day maybe.
E. C. Corn Flakes
3 boxes for
10 bars Haskins
Grandpa's Wonder Soap
3 bars for.
New Lima Beans
3 lbs for
Best Japanese liice
3 lbs for
Best Scotch peas
4 lbs for
Cornet or Chef Brand Salmon
3 cans for
Pettyjohn's Breakfast Food
2 boxes for
si ai 'd uii .li'.d
of the A. O. I'. V at Lincoln this
.-r is very
at. Li.; hon.o.
1 );:iuha Thur.
traa.mllti d by the returning oliic to i v'
the '-oeretury of stati , directed to the! M'f. .1. J. C.rah-m of Grand ltaml
sneaker ef the horn:.' of reoresenta. v;:is an over ?i:nd:iy guest of J. V.'.
itiv.-.'. S.'i'ti'.i, i Iript T III eompikii : Larkin r.r.d wife in '.Y::-. city.
p'.n'.l S s n -.ii:'' the f. Ui of el - c-i Mi.i" .1. m.-!te I'.'ckcrs of Chicago is
lion arne'.ilu i-nti to be made lo the . is the !ty for a fe'.v wek vi.-:t with
Joe (.'line of Li:n"(!i is in town tliis
Fred IVterson v::s in Omaha Wed
Mrs. Geo. DeUzei'.e wn.s in (tmalKi
Wiii. F. Diin. has been in Iowa for
part of the week.
John 1'helps is confined to his room
r.e Moan! .
the doctors care.
Miss Amelia S
cretary of state.
There being no s;iceii;.
directed to her Aunt, Mr-. A. V. Swartlumt.
ate Judge Sr.mui!
! Atto-noy K. I,. V.-xwoll of dmahn
provision i ...... ;,...,(.,.. r i ,.;,, ..
f ... il ..fii. .. ..el "V
in HIV 'III il IIJj( "I 11, 1- IIUIIM.S u' ' 1 Ijl ; ijiiij () Jd,
i Ic'i'.io.i on con.stittitioiinl amendment:-. ' v., v. u
ai a wi u.
ii! '1 no lirovi.-;: in for iinch ri-tnrorf t.i l:n
lra;n.ted to ,.,' I,V,.,I ,.k.. l,.r,. i J"hn W- 'f I'.U ford. V..
thai', with the Slate Hoard of Canvas
sers, held it was the duly of said beiud
to canvass the returns.
I. The enrollment, aut!:e;,tii at'on
u 'id approval of and act of the legisla
ture ;.re prima facie evidence of its
duo enact moot. Stnto i.v rot :nr iii,i.t
Miss Amelia SM.olman was in l'latts-1 Vv.m, N,., :,,7 K, N, W. 71.'
". The silence of the legislature jour
nals is r.ot conclusive i vidonce of the
mi.i-ex'.-.leneo if a fact, which ought to
Miss Milles Sundaycd in Weeping
Water with her parents.
C. A. Kichey was a passenger to Lin
coln Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wood returned
Wednesday from Nauvoo, III.
The Alumni will give a banquet at
the hotel Speaker May 2!tth.
Miss Tillie Dugau returned from
Cedar Creek Wednesday evening.
Miss DaMey of Lincoln was in Louis
ville Mcnday a guest of Dr. Dailey.
where ho is ctnpVyd by the If. I',
railroad, i.: vi -itii.g with hi. mother ant
family tiiis .c k.
Mr and Mis. F. M. Young, jr.. wirt
to Ornal.'i '1 u?-idny to vi' it Mrs. It. A.
Young, who was operated on Meinh.j
at Immanual hospital.
L. F. La i,"h.ir' t ai d wifi', a.'.d Ir. I.
('. Munger ii.o;! wife of Khrr.vood v.trc
the true: ts of Mr. an! Mrs. W. K.
IfiisiiriTMO'i ii.'. M ii'iil'iu
he recorded therein, regarding the en-j
aclment of law. I). H. Smith has been suirering from
li. Act of April Wto (session laws ! ' ''i;' l'11"'1 " ;-"i't"n "I" his eyes. Ht
chapter !) held to have la en LU -,v f- v.- .u-e in Omahah to t o:i
legaily enacted and not invalidated be-1 !!u:' si"'-i:il;t Td'd iy.
cause of bilence of senate journal !
un to coneurremy in a formal amend-! '" The first food of the day.
rnent by the house. Stale ex rel !
against city of War.o , Ii2 Nebraska Id,
8! X. W. said act repealed section '
1 of the act of 1x77, supra, and placed'
Miss Walpeit of Manley was a guest the duly of canvassing the vote on con-
$ : Company are prospecting for clay on '
of Mrs. C. M. Seybert Wednesday.
Steve Jochrin was in Omaha Wed
nesday to see his. daughter in the hos
pital. Mcsdames M. L. Willatns and Wm.
Thomas were passengers to Omaha
Hase ball game Saturday between
Murdock and Louisville on the Louis
Mis3 Gold Vancleavc left Monday for
Lexington, Neb., to visit with her
father and sister.
Father Hennessey of Manley and his
sister passed through Louisville Tues
day en route to Omaha overland.
The Omaha Hydraulic Press Prick
stilutional amendments with the State
liuard of Canvassers, and which i.ct,
was in turn amended and repealed by
the act of 1X17 (session laws 1.-U7,
7. The canvassing of an election for
executive state ollicers imposed upon ,
the speaker of the house of representa
tives is a duty especially enjoined upon '
him, resulting from his office, as such ,
speaker, and is a ministerial duty to be .
performed by him in the presence of a
majority of the members of each house.
When such voters are duly canvassed
by him his duties are at an end.
Every man, woman and child begins
the day with more or less vigor of mind
and strength of body according to the
first food supplied to the stomach. The
best first dish of the day is a bowl of
Quaker Oats. The stomarh can assimi
late it more quickly and with less effort
than other foods. There is little cr no
waste and every ounce of food is con
verted into muscle, vigor ami brain
activity. The strongest people in the
world arc the regular eaters of Quaker
Oats. You should cat it for breakfast
If you are convenient to the store
ytm'll probably buy the regular size
package. For those who live in the
country the lare,e size family package
is more satisfactory.
m v?k r i s
"ft rW (TA Tb XSt
V t-i H XM K il O M H N V. K- M W
th" Schoegreen farm east of Louisville, i
Mrs. C. M. Seybert entertained the'
M. K. Ladies Aid Society Thursday
afternoon, a dainty luncheon was serve I
in two courses.
if i rel ess Cooker
County Attorney Pamsi y tiled a com
plaint lor grand larceny in County'
Court before Judge P.eoson against
Ican Kfiine of Alvo. K.une is charged
with stealing the sum of .'jloo from
A eoi ii eiga'-s o cent s i
'Aeum" and be happy.
.h. S.'i.oke an
We handle the Nnt.io.ml lirles- co il.i r,
to give i-iitire sa'isfactioa. No.v tha'. 'he
are coming it will pay you lo i'lVe.tigate
seco;.(i blind gasoline stoves am! reflg'-rator
if dining room chairs at spci-ii.l.y l.r.v ; . i i o ;
$3 to 31 0 per set.
n il g'liii'antee it
hot suit i y days
tl.i--. New and
A large stock
, n.niiiiig iVom
D. P. .T C Iv S O 3NT
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