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Batlcst Business Busily Buzzing
By the Base Burner By the
Base Ball Bugs.
Pitcher Fox, the new man seeurcel
by Lincoln for next se'asetn, comes
with a Rood reeonl behind him. lie
was with Heading in the Tri State
league lust year and in 21) games
pitched won 22 and lo.st six, tiring
Despain & Stoner of the Lincoln
clul) have made some money this win
ter on their hall park, having flowed
it and turned it into a skating rink.
Duckey Holmes will manage the
Toledo club in the American Associa
tion next season. With Holmes in
charge the balance of the teams want
to look out for their laurels. There is
no question hut what as a manager
Duckey Holmes has most of the fel
lows in the big leagues skinned to a
frazzle, and it is the opinion of the
writer that the day is not far distant
w hen he will be seen managing one of
the teams in the big leagues. He
could show several of them at the
present time a few things.
William II. Fox, drafted by Pitts-
burg from Omaha, has been repur
chased by the latter club.
Lincoln gets the draft money for
llliums which had been claimed by
Monmouth, the commission deciding
that the player was the property of
Lincoln when the draft was made.
In the campaign for subscript ions
made at St. Joe one day this week to
secure sufficient money to start the
base ball club oil in good shape, over
ten thousand dollars was easily raised
to make it go. This looks good for
the success of the game in that city.
The dojx1 has it that (ieorge Clark
will again be found holding the ihelica
tor in the Western league the coming
season. Inhere was ever an incom
petent on the face of the earth it is
this ( lark. He is the man who per-
let.metl m such rot Ion style at Lincoln
la.-.t season that the police had to res
hi.' In in fmni the angry fans. Ib
(loc.-n t know the game, can't seethe
ball, and is the poorest judge on the
lines we ever saw. If President O'Xei
wants id kill hasc hall m the Western
he could not do it
the league a few
th.in to thrust up
umpires of the ( '
The undersigned will sell at Public
Auction at his farm two and a
half miles southwest of Mur
ray ami live miles heirt h
of Nehawka, on
MONDAY, Jan. 17
the fallowing described properly, to
wit: 16 Head of Good Horses
One span dapple gray geldings, "
years old, weight ii'J.")!). One bay
gelding, oyears old, weight 1(m(). One
bay gelding, 7 years old weight l.V().
Oir; black gelding, 7 years old, weight
IM). One black gelding, 2 years old,
weight l.'ji)!). One bay mare, S years
old, weight 170). One bay mare, 7
years old, weight FVtO. One black
mare, 2 years old, weight I J.'iO. One
black mare, 1 year old. One bay
suckling colt. One slailion. coining l
years old, weight ISOl). One sorrell
horse, (1 years old, weight KM). One
span of mules, ,r years old, weight
r.KX. One mule, 111 j cars old, weight
FAKM IMPLEMENTS, ETC.
One spring wagon, one . Jumbo
seeder, one corn drill, four farm
wagons, Badger cultivator, Deere 2
row cultivator, Avery corn planter,
Avery walking cu'Iivnteir, Deere walk
ing lister, one 7 foot I Jeering binder,
mower, one top buggy, .'(-section har
row, 2-see-t ion harro.w, lli-ineh stirring
plow, new Depart uro cultivator, one
wooU rack, -Ki giilldii mm kettle, six
down chickens, one riding lisicr, one
tank heater, Kemp manure sprure
spreader, slin k cover, 2 ID, four sels
Work harm s.-,, Met Wiiiii k bay rake,
one saddle, one milk cow, 10 tens
prairie hay, two hay racks, 101) rods
wire and numerous other articles.
Sale to Commence at 10 o'clock
Shav. Lurch Su vtrt at Noon
TERMS OF SALE.
All sums of $0 and under, cash in
ban. I; over $10 a credit of ten mouths
will be given, the purchaser given
good bankable paper bearing eight
per cent from dale. All property must
be settled for before being removed.
C. M. Chriswisser, Own.tr.
Hubert Wilkinson, Auctioneer.
W. CI. Boedeker, Clerk. W-76-2
Former Governor of Nebraska Is
Showing Some Improvement.
Dispatches this morning show that
ex-Governor Mickey is showing some
signs of improvement, though he is
not considered to be out of danger by
any means. )r. JJrutges ot umalia
has been called in consultation.
The editor of this paper will have
to admit that ns u newspader
reporter he at least in on; instance
has fallen from grace. Aand to make
it worse there is not even a chance to
crawl out of it by even so much as a
poor excuse, Aayone would naturally
think that when one had spent an
evening af'Sunnyside," the fine home
of Mr. and Mrs. Westeott, that there
would be no chance that he would
forget it. Well we didn't forget that
we had spent a enjoyable evening there
but we did forget that we had failed
to say anything about it. Our at
tention was called to the matter
yesterday by a member of the News
staff and for a moment we felt like an
"insurgent," and then the next moment
we felt worse. The fact of the matter
is that the Epwetrth League of the
Methodist church and their friends
met at "Sunnysidc" last Friday night
for the annual last night of the old
year gathering. For thirteen years
they have been the guests at Sunny-
side on a similar occasion, and this
one like all the rest was a success.
Mr. and Mrs. Westeott have a most
pleasant home and it is ft pleasure
not often granted to one to have the
chance of an evening spent at that
Hev. Austin delivered a very fine
interesting talk, and R. B. Windham
also gave a good address while other
members of the league assisted in sing
ingand reading.lt wasa most enjoyable
occasion, the only thing to mar it being
that the fellow who was supposed to
have sense enough to report it fell
down on his job. We can promise
however that it wont happen at the
the next old 'year meeting if it is held
at" beautiful Sunnvside.
M. E. Smith Factory is Pre
paring to Put in More
OUTLOOK FOR FUTURE
IS VFRY FROr.JISEING.
Prospects that this Factory may
he most Important outside
T! " twenty erne new machines
nie-ntioi. -el in these columns a few days
age) nenv installed, and within a week
additietnal operators will be e-mploycel
and the machines put tit work. With
t lie1 new force the re1 w ill be seventy nine
machines in operation which will turn
off the work very rapielly. The
stitching is all to be elone on the secoml
floor, while- the sorting and
pae-Vmg ami shipping i.; to occupy
the f erst flour. A force" eif five or six
young ladies are' inspecting the gar-me-nts
as they are turncel out. while'
I he operatives are learning the work
the work is all metre or less elefie-ie'iit
and nfte-r inspection is sent back, tet
the stitching room for a final touching
up. Fae-h garment is again ihspee'tcel
ami the n packed ami shipped.
Visiting With Daughter.
Walter Stattler, eif Burelette Minn,
who has been visiting with frie-nels
ami relatives at ami neat Union,
returnetl this nietrning from a few
elays with friends at Lincoln, nnel
visited fer the day with bis
elaugliter Hazel, who is making her
and Mrs. J.
hi uncle anil aunt, Mr.
F. Clugy, north west of
Kctur.ieu Home Today
eitv for some
who has be-en in the
elays past ti guest at
the home eif her elaugliter Mrs. Ceo.!
Paiign-ast, el-parted this morning fori
I her he. me- at Stuart, over the Bur-1
j lini-ie.n, going via Omaha and was
i : . r . .i . .
her elaughte r
as tar as tnae eiiy, ny
whet will also visit with
friends in the nietreipolis for the
Missouri PacHIc CI'.anr,ti
Win. TinkiT and wife', the feirnnT
the ni'w man at the Missouri Pacific
working on the third trii'k uneler
Mr. H. Norlon, ami taking the place
eif W. II. McDaniels, who was -taken
to anothi-r place-, were passe'tigers to
Omaha this morning over the Burlington.
RECOVERING FROM FIRE
Representative of Daily N-:v3
Prosperity Thve Enjoyed.
NEW BUILDINGS ARE RAPIDLY
While Loss a Bad One in Time
Off on Account
A representative of this paper visited
the thriving and irrepressible city of
Union, and notwithstanding the fact
of the cold weather, the deep snow
which covers all creation, and the re
cent fire which has devoured a goodly
portion of the business portion of the
city, we found the citizens going ahead
with a merry and welcome sniile,mak
ing the best of the situation.
The pushing to completion the two
brick blocks, is being done as rapidly
as possible, and it will not be long un
til they can be occupied by the vari
ous lines of business for which they
were intended. The Modem Wood
man building, which is being con
structed by W. A. Banning, is a struc
ture, which would be an ornament to
towns with many times the size.
There will be two business rooms on
the lower floor, while the upper story
will consist of two halls, one a public
hall and the other the lodge room of
the Woodmen, and will be occupied
by other societies and lodges. The
east room on the first floor will be oc
cupied by 'Aubrey Davis Hardware
company, which is a new ac(iii.-ion to
Union, and the west room by the
Carrier Drug company, also a new in
stitution for this hustling city. The
Upton-Leach building, which is Hear
ing completion, is just acrossthestreet
north, and consists of a double brick
like the Wooduian building, and will
be occupied by l. I . Up''1", for his
large and rapidly growing hardware
business, while the east portion of the
building will be the New Hotel of
Union, and will be operated by Ed
ward beach. In the construction of
this building provision was made for
the creel ion of a bank building which
is also to be cunsliueted of brick, on j
the corner of the block where his new
building is located. '
Of those burned out by the lire we-1
found the hustling young eeiiior e f t he
Ledger, Harry Craves, eie'iuipying the
building forme ily used as a r-t-taurai.l
on the lower portion eif Main ,-ire'e't i:
the netit!; side', and was share d by his
father, C. L. Craves, whet willseion
naive- let the upper portion eif the
street, and will occupy a portion of
the building in which Dr. Hoops is
now lor-atttl, while Harry will remain
in his present h;e-ation with the paper.
L. O. Curlls, for the- prese nt is hi
cate il in the upper room of tin- Upton
Is Nciv Ready For Uusiness
W. F. Kose'iicians, whose- term of
ofllce as County Clerk e-xpires tenlay
has e'lnbarked in the' Ileal Fstatc
business in the' reiom in the Union
Block, just west eif the' Crabill .Jewelry
More. We visite-d that gentleman
in his new location, ami find seunc
well appointed ollle-es and very suit
ably locate-el for the business.
With the extcndeil acepiaintance,
which Mr. Iletse'iicrans has ami his
reputation for rustling and sepiare
dealing, it geies witheuit saying that
he will enjoy a good business. His
many friends etver the county ami
th'roughe.ut the state- will be' we'll
plcaseel tet know of the success which
which we pre-dict, and are certain
will e-oine to him.
Ice Cream Weather In Kansas
Mrs. .). W. Le-asley is in ree-eipt
eif a letter freim her daughter Mrs.
Ingalls, (nee Miss Irene Le-asly) re
siding an Arkansas City, Kansas,
ia which the- lady writes that on New
Years elay the family was comfortable
in their homes with no fire, and that
ladies were em the- streets elail in
thin elresM's. (hie e-an liarelly believe
that there would be- such a marked
diffe'iciiie' in teinperat lire- within a
distance- of three hundreel niih-s.
J. rues Fitfgcr:ll Very Sick.
Fd anel Thomas Fitzgerald went to
Omaha thi afternoon, win re they go
to see their I rot her. .laini's, who is ri--e
":ving tri'atmeiit at the St. .lo.-cph
ho.-p!;.'l at that jihiee. Mr. l-'itzger-
'V rem: ins very sick and does not
she.,, the iniprove'ini'tit wliie-h is ele
sin d e , was cxpecteel.
y s. The-eibttlel llilin, ele'parteel this
mei ning for South Omaha where she
wid visit her son Frank A. Scheile
and family for a few elays.
Visit Town and Tells cf t!io
PLACE OF DESTROYED
Town Will Be Much Better
af the Fire.
Hardware company's old building, and
will remain here until the completion
of the new building, and when Mr.
Upton moves to his new quarters up
the street, the building will be occu
pied by West Clark, for a restaurant
and rooming house, and Mr. Curtis
will build him a building of his own.
We found the Union meat market
in the hands of that capable and
genial gentleman, Vernon Arm, while
the proprietor, Mr. Metiton, was at
his home in the country sick with the
La Grippe. Wi' found J. B. Nichols
ar.e is e'lerical force strictly atte' ' c
to the string ef customers which v..
thronging his place; of business iie.i
withstanilmg the inle'iisesly cold
weather, while at the barber shop of
(ieorge P. Pattern, we found that
geiith'ir.an unable to ge t away to his
dinner, em account of the- eustevmers
who were waiting for the kind ef work
which he does. Frank Baue-r, the
harne'ss maker, was busy, and has a
number of customers waiting for re'
pairs which be was making, and is
such quantities as to almost pre clude
the ide a of new work, a ejuainty of
which he has ahead.
The store room e:f J. A. Talkir;eon
seemed to ' a writable' bie hive, and
kept himself, wife and twet clerks em
the go all the time to attend to the
traele which must be pleasing. At
I!eiht. Trans business house' we saw
evielence eif good husiiie-ss foresight,
for the system with whh h he runs his
business guarrante-es the- best eif se-r-vie".
t" his trails, -nil also the furnish
ing ;f the b; t quality of goeiels at the'
lowest prices. A. T. Stites was ge t
ting in a few goods to -'.ipiiiy the'
traele, until t he' arrival e,f Hie :-ioi
fixtures w I, h h have !;( n onh : ' Mid
which are expected to arrive in a sliott
ikii-g to W. B. Banning, he
i xpivs-e'd himself :-s being we!
fi: d with the' buMvcs.; (,f the pa
the preispce'ts l"..:- Fie fulurc.
the' elisas'ii roles (':ie s eif the- pas
1 '.. ,
bee ii harel to'inar, and have voir'. d
severe hard- Itivs em the many loeisers,
the; tttwn is going aheael and the
bitihiings which ar? now construe-teel
and will be in the- future are initeh
supe-rieir in i ve'ry re-iieet to the ernes
e!i;-treiyi'd, making ;'-( buildings of the
I'ily, far in ath ane- f what was elis
tretyeel. In CoiiKty Court.
a suil was f Id ibis morning by
County .!ui';:e Be -on, cntith-el King
Craham Mig. Co. against Henry
Thomas, the ainoumt in contretversy
being S2IS.O0. Plaintiff's pe'titiot
that tin- be bt is for goeiels, wares ami
merchandise sold anil ele-livereel to
to ilefendant at his spe-e-ialinstane
i his praver is for judgnieiit fetr the
above sum and his e-osts. William
Dalles De-mire, the Flmwoeid attorney
represents the plaintiff.
Will Seek Warmer Clime
Mr. John II. Be-e-ke-r and wife.ai d
elaugliter Miss Carrie', and their sem
Ce-eirge will start next Sunday for
Lets Angeles, Califetrnia, to spenel
The temperature for the past week
has been such that the climate eif
lower California will no doubt be
e-njeiyable cetmparcd with this.
Examinations lor Rural Routes
Last evening F. Mais, Cuy Shrieve,
Fail Iloitein, Frank Oillett, Milton
Preston and August Ilosonal all eif
Flmwoeid, e-ame in and are' takuig
I'Xaniinztieins for the purpose of being
applicants for positions as carriers eif
rural routes for v'otir Fnele Samuel
Will Visit In West.
Hubert Poisal, was a pas-mrer to
Omaha with his father ( leorue Poisal
this morning who is working at
Florence, anil will from there depart
for Columbus over the Union Pacific,
where he' will visit for sometime at
t lit- hemic eif his sister Mrs. A. W
Me'sdanie-s Win. Turner, C. A. Mar
shall ami E. E. Eaton, were passengers
to Omaha this morning where they
will visit for the elay with frienels.
ANOTHER PIONEER LADY
PASSES OVER THE RIVER
Mrs. Finney DIis at Her Residence
In This Clly at Nine
Again death !...a ;iteel our inielst
ami taken away one of the pioneer
women of this city. Mrs Kinney who
for almost fifty years has occupied
Iht residence at the south end of
Fifth street, died this morning at !)
o'clock, the den-cased was connected
with the early history of western Iowa
ami eastern Nebraska. She; was born
in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, Knglanel
about eighty years ago, nnd was
married in her native land, at the
age of nineteen to Henry Turner.
To this union two chihlren were born,
one of which elie'el in infancy and the
other Eliza, still survives. After the
marriage together with her husband
she emigrated to America ami settled
at Council Bluffs where Mr. Turner
eliwl after resieling here but twet years
She was married to Henry Finney
about fifty five years ago and with
he-r husband re-moved to eild St.Mary's
where they resided until the death of
Mr. l iiiJicv.
To this union two children were
born, bein; now Mrs. Tillie Turner
of Omaha, and Mrs. Charles Foster
of this city.
Som"ti-.: ..fur the death of Mr.
Finney, Mrs. Finney went to keep
hou.se for her brother-in-law Peter A.
Sarpy, vho vas an invalid resieling
it .-t. .uarvs, ja. .vitout two years
;iter the lid:!
skt leh came
:.r '"yr,. 0f yv harpy's
..lie man removeel to
pid the Mibject oftV
witii Lie::. After
Sarpy's dealh, Mis Finney p!!r-i M-d
the homo in which she has since' ie
salee.! so many years.
As stated she- is survived ! y three
daughters. Mrs. Eliza Shenvetud, e,f
of North Vakoma, 'v hinglc.ii. Mrs.
iif North Ynkama, Washington, Mrs.
I.illie Turner e,f Omaha, and Mis.
Charles Fester of this city. The
funeral wiU oe-cur Sunday afterneion
from the Methodist church at 2:.'i0
IS NO MORE
Gustive Euss of Avoca Dies
Very Suddii.Iy at His
s;.'ce juke, rsr.o.
Had Been Ski
' r'.v-i Five FTiys In
rot lectin:? Veil.
Avoca, Xe l)., Jan. 7. (Spe-ehd to Daily
News) Mr. Ou.-tavo Bic:-, IV-Uuv-tcr
of Avoea for the last t -: r i .Wars, elied
Tui'.-ehiy niuht, .laouary I, FliO, mi
0:20 P. M. He was em!y ..iel. in beet
ill bi ll for five eiayy. but has be e -n
suffering for sea, a time. Mr. Bo-.,
was born em April 12, lMi.'J, . - New
Bre'ine'ii, Ohio lie came- to Ne
braska in the year Ks;. and fust
cli'ikeel in a store in Nebraska City.
He later clerked in a store at Syracuse
and Avoea, and finally e-iitcreelin bus
iness for himself in the latter named
place. He was apno' ileel p!:.sli:i.Mer
in June BHIO, which posiiio'i he h"-filh-el
He was married to Miss J-,!i-; S.
Pe-e-kham in Omaha on Fe-bruary '.1:1,
ISO'2. He- is survivetl by his W'i three
brothers, a sister, and sev e ral i.e phews
anel neiees. The bereaved widow has
the sympathy of the cui'n- ceuiiinunity.
No arrangenients have set far I - n
made; for the funeral. He ,; :
mcmbe'r of the Odd Feb.)'.v I.e; .;
Grandma Clifford Dtu
Crnnelma Cliffeirel, an eild ami high
ly re-specteel resident eif this city elie-el
yesterday at 3 :.'() a. m. The funeral
will occur Monday and be
e-euiducte el by the l!ev. Father Shine.
Mrs. Clifford was past eighty years
eif age ami is survived by three sons
and one tlaugevr, Oven eif Wifpin
Water, Tom, eif Los Angeles, Calif.,
T. II., of this city, Josie-, of Omaha,
ami two grandchihlren, John and Hal-
j lie Kit zpat rick, children of a deceased
V. Jewell Here.
R. W. Jewell, eif Kent
Coloraelo, who has Iiitii the
his uncle F. S. bite for a s!
eh'parteel for Albe'repierk, N.
morning. .lr. .le-we-ll savs thev never
never nave a ruggen winter m e. oloraelo
I I.'... .
-.. l I
as we me iiaviii Here now .
When I.e left homo a f.-w week,
ago there had been nor snow to sneak
to speak eif there.
Iee Oldham eif Murray was in the
city yeste-rday shaking hands with the
Joasting Carnival Will be
Pulled off and Arrange
ments all Made.
EIG CROWDS EXPECTED
AND SUCCESS IS ASSURED
Saturday, Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday are the Nights.
At a meeting held last night at the
store of Weseott's Sons arrangements
were completed for holding the big
coasting carnival which has be-en
talked of fetr some time but which
was postpone d a couple of weeks ago
on account of the partial melting of
The late storm has put the hilliL
excellent shape for some good mrk
to be detnc and today the committee
has been setliciting funels to have the
work of putting the hill in shape elonij
Everything will be done to avohl ac
cieleiits ami enough special police will
be on had to keep things going along
in good shape.
At the meeting last night the fol
lowing officers were ejected:
A. E. (tuinn, Chairman.
J. V. Hatt, Secretary-Treasurer.
Track and Light Committee: Will
F;;enbeTgtr, Guy McMaken, Henry
(lo'-e, Fran!; Be-slorf Ernest Wurl,
0 -. Dovey, Jr., Emil Weyrieh.
.iuance:Fd Barker, Fritz Fricke,
il. A. Schneider, John Nemctz.
Peilice: Daviel Amick, Jesse Perry,
Advertising: A. E. Quinn, Charles
Crimes. E. II. We-scott.
The lighting company have very
gem retusly eletnated the power to run
the lights which will be very elabor
ate as the stre-eets along the route
will be inaele very bright.
n oik win no ncgun at one i lix
the toboggan sliele- which will TV
from the top of the hill at the Iligi:
sclitieil down Mam staeet to the tracs
ami uneler the track out on t lie" j
making a run of eight eir ten blocks
.M.iti -e v i ii fait lrom the linn
work lie-giiis em t!ie stire-ts getting
them ready, that no coasting will be
It I X ii .
auoweei. .mi e-oasung will lie pei-
niilti-el at any tm-e on Sunday cither
in t he lav eir e-v : i
. . . . ' i
F. H. Vies' . , ill go te Oiualji
this wea k lo : - ' r with people- thot,:
relative to . , nift sid'ieiiM eoaste
iiir tla- ec'-;sion.
Tii;.; will be a fine fine for
m'.ulh eed t ve iybo.iy ; h i i !
taeir friend.' t e.iii,' and si
lu C'oaiily Cctirt
ei;;itro v( rsy eje
V. C.-.r.ird whiel
the i-. tale- (,f
wis to have-
.,1 li'le.l v.-l. ,4
ai i in- pre;i;uc oi ms j.i.-t wi
. j , i r I
ill has bee if
sittleel, eillel coi.'iproliiisee! sat;
faetenily to the pal ties concerne
!s. Ceiaril ihe ju'itpi iient v.'as :
in e'omt in )ers,n and by 1 1 r alt
C. F. Tefft, the miner h
was ii uesentee I y
'i' I i , . : ..
A. L. Ti.!rf
iid mil appe ;tf
1 lie I 'HOi'st iii j,ari 11 ! (i
so tna' u.e- lualter was e-a.siiy r-efju
by the couit.
Mr.-, ae- sie Cuatd t1." v, ivo-.
the d, ceased was appoint, el
i wen ii !. e- nil- win ami tier hon
c .i ,i . .
'ilaeed ei sF.aOO.t:!!. The n.-n
ii'.ti n -.Jt el are- to be eongratiil'ile d
e.'Cajiii.g tedious and e.vp(nsiv
litigation, by reaching an agree inej',
ami compr.-imi.'-iii'T the suit. "
'i he mee ting eif the stoeklinl.h is ef
he rhettsmeit.lh Slate
hehl li-l evetiirg
:liel the foil
Direct e.rs John II. Becker, f
' :mi Albert, J. P. Falter, L. L1'
' . C Friche-, J. M. Beiberts, W. II. (
,'ewe'll, S. II. Aiiveiod. I
Th" boa.rd were well pleased witlJ
the business elone for the past year-j
and the uausl elividend n-.,s dechircd.?
The eild oflle'i-rs were eleeler. W. Ill
Ncwe'll, Pnviide'ia; J. p. -'alte r, i
I re'suient; ,1. M. JnJ,er(s, Cash!
Jcr: ? GeJ!n Very Sick
i 1'.. M. Oi .! in, eh parled this ino,,,
il'g fir ()mai. ! where he ge.es let visii
with his son J. .i,. ul() js ; i(
I Joseph hos.ilal being confiii.'el in that
! n...i ; , . . . : r . i
I ni.-M ii en Km w ini a very
l..f :.. . . :
ria-ioiioMia. .ie,i,- is a verv sid,
is a verv sic
man, and has such
in amount oi'
ever mat the att.
H'e compelled ( , v,
P him pae'Ked in
i 'H'ller to redm
e the fe ver.
Visits The Uos,ltal.
II II1' .Stil'.l, 1 .
i ,,, , "'" .-oni mi
i l uner
IV 101 ( II .-Hi 1 1 1 v,.vl,.,l .i
' ' '- 1 'if v a i me (
j."11 spilal in Omaha with Mr
i ,!'r . w'h has been at tl,,7
i i. (.,1 ..1 i r
I'oai iiooiii jour weeks. The
eawe'n mere to have her (
'Vli l.-..n', '
ami at hist t. u-.., (I i... . 1
. . - ' .i.emill. fill n iu '
a mm mei,,,, the back of the e ;X
nail, hut the .I miu . : .
.. . ,. 7"" 'a u jiuzz e lo Ui.
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