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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1906)
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PLA1TSMOUT1I, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, DIX'KMltER Kl, 1000.
J0TTIK6S FOR THE JOLLY INSTITUTE OPENED FRIDAY -
ENJOINS COUNTY TREASURER
ttort riritnptt Pripinl u( tirlilitl
Far lb) leiliriil Jnml.
It was little lawyer man
Who softly hil'l as lie Wan
Her iwor. di-adhuslwndu will losoan.
lie smiled, while thlnktne of his fop,
Then mild to hex. no tenderly.
"You have a nloe, fat kw-a-oy.
And when, next day. he lay In hed
With liamlain upon his head.
He wondered what on earth he said.
A woman's train of thought Is apt to
ran toward her dressmaker.
Many an otherwise honest young
man doesn't hesitate to steal a kiss.
When a man is unable to choose be-
tween two evils he usually hunts up a
hnn parlv and avoid the rush
Good Roads Problem Full Discussed bj
Mr. F. M. Chase of Pawnee City.
ADVISES USE OF KINS ROAD DRAG
Burlington Secures Order Restricting C ount
Officials From Collecting Taies.
LENGTHY TELEGRAM TO THAT EFFECT
Gives Many Undlsputable Facts and Con
servative Estimates In Support
of His Argument.
At 2 o'clock Friday afternoon tne
riattsmouth Farmers' Institute con
vened in the district court room, a
.r:,,,;:i," ho.-tthJlarge number of farmers and town
usually jo.wu.eic. . . attendance t0 hear
Prlce- thP PTfPllent, addresses bv Mft F. W
Crops may come and crops may go, . ntv .n(i Mr. C. G
. . ... - I..., . Villus v
but the forbidden irun crop Marshan 0f Lincoln. While waiting
with us. fflP the nrnL'rani to commence those in
Some people seem totmnic mat uiey attendance were entertained by sclec
ought to apologive when you do them tU)n8 on a praphophone, which Phil
an injury. Sauter furnished for the occasion
It's difficult for a woman to make a Secretary Henry R. Gering, In the
dollar go farther than the nearest bar- opening address, called the farmers'
Thomas, G. W. Halmes, Chas.
C. L. Wiles (two entries), Ru
dolph Hell. N!. E. Todd, F. E. Cook,
John C. Peterson, J. N. Bailey, Chas.
E. Cook, 0. Hengen, Will Baldwin,
Harvey Harger, ('has. T. Peacock, II.
M. Miller, C. A. Miller and Frank
Notes of the Institute.
Many farmers were here today from
Mayor Gering is doing his best to followed D U. S. Marshal Warner,
make our guests reel at norae.
The exhibits of corn shows that
some excellent crops were raised In
The Interest taken In tticse Insti
tutes shows that farmers are always
anxious to learn something they don't
The ladles should not hesitate about
attending these meetings. Their pres
ence always adds tone to these sessions.
The Served Notice of Injunc
tion on W. 0. Wheeler.
VERY BAD BLAZE TUESDAY
Returned From the Paciflo Coast.
C. S. Wortman of Ashland, Neb.,
came in Wednesday evening of last
week and visited over night with his Residence Property of W. L. Wilhrow Is
nephew, W. P. Wortman, and the fol-
Hi. la. J n k m . a.
lowing two days with relatives near YlSlieo Of ueSlrUCMt Hfl.
straiian. Mr. wortman is one or me Vot ti,c tlrst time In several months
pioneers of Oass county, iscnraska, the lire department was called out
having iieen there more than nny today to tight the llamcs and
years, and owns one, or the largest anil ti,0 destruction of property.
Whb eiimnwu .arms m iiiu wu.itjr. Tll0 alarm was SoIMiefj Tuesday
lie is taking me a mile easier, now abliut i o'clock Hiimmoi.lng the depart-
ami spenus a guou ueai oi ins time in
travel, having Just returned from a
trip to the western coast. Malvern
In order to prevent the several county
treasurers from collecting taxes under
the provisions of section lo.Mo of Coo
bey's annotated statutes of Nebraska,
the Chicago Burlington &, Culncy rail
way company secured an order Satur
day restraining these counties from In
any manner attempting to enforce
the payment of delinquent taxes. Tho
lengthy telegram which wss received
attention tc the fact that cuming
county had raised an average of 42.1
bushels of corn to the acre this year,
while Cass has produced only an aver
age of 37.5. To Increase the yield of
Win. DelesDernler Surprised.
Wm. DelesDernler celebrated his
fiftieth birthday anniversary Sunday by County Treasurer W. I)
and Mrs. DelesDernler entertained a Saturday evening sums up the order
number of his old friends at a 1 o'clock as follows: "ou, as county treas
luncheon, which was in the nature of urer of Cass county are notified that
a surprise, where a few social hours Judge Munger of the U. S. Circuit
were spent In honor of the event. uouri tociay issued an orucr resirain-
Mr. DelesDernler was presented ing you rrom in any manner attempt-
wlth a fine rocking chair and a box of In? to collect from the Chicago, Burl
Riches may have wings, but don t
sit down and wait for another man's
riches to fly your way
n I . .1.1.. .Antm a VA On fTAin
nmp. men in tins aic au u... - . . , , win a line ruunuiK t
. ... .l.i. mi r.nnniv. ne lmoresseu uyuu we ...... c. ..n i,
that they even refuse to let tneir - ----' - . otr.nriinir cigars by bis friends. iukwiu,vj'i".'
wives have the last word. During the afternoon all called In a agents or representatives In .your
A married-man thinks hecould have " ' , V7,at on-.lvln, body on Uncle Dave McCalg, who was county, the axes levied aga nst a. or
MvPd a lot of money had heremalned , r ' "a".", "that th in. celebrating his seventieth birthday, any or tne rauwaysopca.ueauyiiwu.i-
. v, mnlfmaL. .-' v.- .AA !, CllTarS.lOgeiner Willi VIlir UCSl WWUCS. u,JUu.
A oaoy is auouv, uic uuij H.v,vua uasscouniy larmers wuo antuucu iuc , , i n,nnn minmntin.r in
thing a woman possesses that doesn't Meetings last year, and was therefore e "J , - - u h en osion lot Son
sxcnetne envyoi uwi aDie to. raise uusuc.s iuu.o w n T n rial, in .snonf flitilmv'a annotated statutes
1'. VlUfls, UCUi ainnau, w. wmi i - i j -
t iioii t v t'hin T. v T.nnir. nf 190. or from taklnir anv stons or
ctiin rl tliar, snp. COUluu b IWl iii5
O W U f V VMH
cleverest man of her acquaintance
The cam palgn cigar will now disguise
...... .. .
. HHArria hif i r n a on nri a mi rii r i ill'
There never was a viwj una jcai uu . T .. T v Vhv
AIierawlHnKOnwiBi-i.Juiw . T1 6j,)m n lniAnr under Raid anctliin and
Itself with a sprig of holly and lie In
wait for the unwary on December io.
The erand holiday pocketbook open
ings are going to begin very early this
year and continue longer than usual,
Mane a little bov Is nine years old
moments, that the farmer who attend
ed these meetings was not wasting
time but learning to Improve his
grade of seed corn, Mr. Gering intro
duced Mr. F. W. Chase of Pawnee city,
Eells, W. C Bartlett, E. T. Comer.
from notifying any agent or ofllcer of
said complainant, C B. & (J. R. R.
Co., to pay over moneys that may be
In the hands of said agent or olllcer,
C. A. R. and W.R.C. Elect Officer
At the regular meeting Saturday or that may hereafter come to their
nr . v- nontn mi., evening at the local post of the G. A. hands belonging to the complainant
Mr. Chase in his opening remarks f i.n t.h-fnrr.hpr nHnmr t.h r-.nrt
complimented the farmers for turning which was signed by
out and attending the afternoon ses- TJ. n V n:: ";.; t t--i t.i..i w i w.mr
. . v... htAn tho . u.,l,h...Hna,.rhnr 01 tUe U. A. XV.; UIIlIIlttlHlCI , J. ll, n,u,.Uuv.,i..u,a,.., .,.4..
wnenaiiiome, uuon.ic" .m,. 810D lu tHW , vuc v T,arnVlBrt. .T ttaa fnllowed un bv the marshal In
ti- 1,- la miltal.. .l. - I in n,A Dn-.Hu " Ihol 1HI03UC1, u. ., !. ...... 11, I r -
HIS mttllia l" H" UU lOe SUUIKUI-, uwu ivuaua, "l r , I, t nnP,nn o,hMnnrin.U,H nr.tloo ftf
Instructive and - ' "'' Tvtr " : ,r . ,i
. .. . .. strpiirnr- 1 immn ain. i. ni. i.arier: i iiiiinitLiuu uu uvuiiir iicnauici n
Whpn a TP OW SL0D8 DUVHIK wua- luiciHiius ouun.., ,,v.u,...B , , - t. T.n iii.i...... rn
' ' ,,;."..l.J,... v,a a, .ntQ a rrnnrl UIDCer 01 LIJB J tt. jucnauu, win
agant presents ior a gin 111 iuco.ua tuau ai,u wm - o
Rumors That He Will Be Succeeded By
r special from Lincoln contains the
following, which If there Is any truth
therein, will surprise many of the
friends of Mr. lloldrege:
The story lias been In persistent
circulation In Burlington railroad clr
cles for a few days that at tho first of
the year George W. lloldrege, at prcs
ent general manager of the Burling'
ton lines west of the Missouri river,
would be transferred to a more respon
sible posit ion in Chlcago.that he would
be succeeded by II. C. Byram, at prcs
ent general superintendent, and that
C. B. Rogers, at present Hupcrintcnd-
ent of the Wymore division, would
take the place vacated by Mr. Byram.
'So far It has been Impossible to ab
solutely verify these statements. Mr.
Byram Is now In Chicago, and no one
Of the men under him care to give any
statement or opinion about the matter.
"Mr. lloldrege has been general
manager for many years, and Is repu
ted to be one of the best operating
men In the business. He has also ob
tained considerable fame as a politi
cal manager. It Is this ofllcc that lias
been the clearing house of railroad
politics for years, and he has made
and unmade more men than the voters
ever dreamed of.
"One commentator today said that
mcnt to tho residence properly of Wm.
Wilhrow on north Sixth street. On
account of some inl.suiiderstaudiug.thH
ocatlon of the lire wan nut known un
til the alarm sounded the second time,
and when the boys arrived at the
scene of t he trouble, they found thn
liln.c making rapid Inroads upon tho
Interior of the building which Is a
story and a half frame structure.
The hose was soon strung out, but
in a short lime fro.u nod delayed the
work, but undaunted.thcmen resorted
to buckets, which had been used he-
fore the lire department arrived, and
with these the llamcs were extin
The lire, of which the origin Is not
known, was confined to tho (lining
room of tho house, hut tho entire-
building was badly damaged by wa
ter, and the loss Is estimated lo be In
the neighborhood of 2o no insur
ance being on tho building, which Is
i 11 1 tc old.
A Miraculous Cure
The following statement by II. M.
Adams, and wife, Henrietta, Pa., will
Interest parents and others. "A mirac
ulous cure has taken place hi our home.
Oit child had eczema .1 years and was
pronounced Incurable, when we read
about Electric Bitters, and concluded
to try it. Before the second bottle was
all taken we noticed a change for tho
better, and afler taking 7 bottles he
was completely cured " It's the up-
to-date blood medicine and Inidy build
ing tonic. Guaranteed. .Vic and $1.00
at F. G. Frlcke & Co.'s drug store.
We are not so apt to consider our
selves better than other people as we
are to consider other people worse than
cer of the Guard, John Renncr; Trus
tee, I). Hawksworth.
The W. R. C. also elected the fol
lowing otlicers for the ensuing year:
President. Bertha Peterson: Senior
she has either refused him or accepted substantial road that will hold up a
load at any season or tne year,
The speaker declared that the far
mer wants a road that will hold up a
i .1 rf t Vn ti-o hilt tVilc
nXZmCxVti Vice, Mrs. John Kuhncv; Junior Vice; Judge
LUb' t l?panrTn' " s Mrs. Carre,; Chaplain, Mrs. Gallagher; treasu
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When young ginsgeo suuuiu H LU been demonstrated that a cood, sub- conductor, wrs. auh; uuaru, mrs,
not only flirt but keep company with . , nA Mn hp mnri ,nut of terra Jas. Williams: Treasurer, Mrs. Kerr
married men, it Is time for parents to firma f th(j plan that h(J 8U(f(fCSted Delegate to next state meeting, Miss
draw me line. LnnW hp. followed, ne ca ed atten- oeruuue bu-uum.
I a man leaves plenty of change in tlon to the fact that the soil Is of Lemon Raited In Cass County
his pockets when he goes to bed his such a nature that it can be packed ijut few people would ever dream
D. Wheeler. This action on the part
of the railway company was rendered
necessary by the attempt on the part
of several county treasures to enforce
the state law In regard to the collec
tion of taxes. The order Issued by
Munger prevents the county
treasurers from any further action,
until the case now pending in the
United States supreme court Is decided.
Something for Nothing,
If all the efforts that are made to
get something for nothing were turned
to useful, productive pursuits this
world would hp. nverllnwinir with
In view of the Indications that the keenly, and poverty would fade Into
uuniMKiuii ii koiiik oi i'ulluul mere tradition
w.ui urn iaiHK ui u.u jm, .S.i.i.tC A ,r of Jltts,,ur.r hank Cerkg wll0
HKCiy innLiiuiiiri-KBsaervicra ... w.av Kpeculate() 1)eavy wlUl tlle hank's
ueparimuni; oi me rouci win nou uc
wife may not have occasion to ask him down, so that It will be Impervious to 0f seeing a lemon grown InCasscounty.
for pin money. water, and this can be quickly and jjut we uave had the pleasure of ex-
rv. nornnses a -1,1 cheaply done with the aid of the Undoing one that was raised by W. B.
XUl wub"B r--r - " I TM-.. rA A,n a c
naturally prefers an automobile to an
old fashioned buggy,
It Pays to Advertise.
The following Incident Is said to
have occurred In Cass county, but the
exact section we are not permitted to
aid of the amininff 0ne that was raised bv W. B. P"nt:
King Road drag, a simple device dis- Roberts, of near South Bend, and a nen tne tcacner was aoscnt irom
envprpd hv Mr. Klne of Mlssousl. who hmthpr nf J. M. r.oherts-cashlcr of the school Billy, the mischievous boy
has done more to Improve the roads , piattsmouth State Bank. Mr. 01 me class, wrote on tne macKDoam
of Missouri. Nobraska, Kansas and nobertscame down from South Bend "uwyj ones can uug megiris ncuer
Iowa, than any other man. Upsterdav to uav his taxes and visit than any boy in school.
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Mr. Chase had a mlnature King nvp, niLTht with bis brother and fam- Lpon tier return tneteaciicr caueu
Road drag, which he exhibited to his ly Thc fiampic lemon Mr. Ri.bcrts him up to her desk.
An old bacheler says the greatest audience, snowing now simpie me ma- brought to this oillce yesterday, and
.. .1.1.. .nnl nn0 Anff hflDT flntf T9 rmlr . - . 1. .. !..!,...
imnrovements of the age are tnose tuiuc a-" o.i, upon a uiomuK" lAauniiauiuu c
which hide the ravages oi time ana uuc 1 lu"' lMl"'" u ' " louna it peneci m every ya.utuiai.
keen women looking young. of a log about 14 feet long and, 12 It demonstrates to a dead moral cer-
inches in diameter. If a log is not talnty that there arc some tropical
available, two planks of the above di- frults th,at can be raised In Nebraska,
menslons can be employed to build though It requires great care to do so.
I'rny tell me, Indies, If you ran
Who Is that hlt'lily favored ninii
Who. thoiu'h he marry many a wife.
Kill remains slntrle all his lifer
keep women looking young
When you see a boy or 10 wnn a
clean face and his hair carefully
combed It's a safe bet that he Is in
love with his school teacher.
One of the rules of a hotel in Piatts
mouth is that the guests alllicted with
hay fever are prohibited from sneez
ing when passing grass widows.
Are we to have lighted streets? It
looks to a man up a tree as though
the council Is very slow to act. Either
accept or reject the proposition.
Christmas shippers are beginning to
get busy. Only a few days now until
Old Santa will have full sway or at
east as long as the pocketbook holds
Our Jewlers are well supplied with
diamonds, so you need not go away
from home to secure that engagement
ring when you desire to present to
your Intended on Christmas.
Some young women In this old town
would be better off If they were sent
to the reformatory for a few years or
until they learned not to flirt with
every stranger that comes to town.
The sending of Gladys Hlnes to the
reform school this week should be a
warning to some other young girls,
whoso names we will not mention
And they want "to look a little out"
For the next two Sundays tho Sun
day schools will be attended by many
children who have not seen luside thc
church for a year. They want to
participate In the grand distribution
of popcorn ana canay winsimas eve
the drair. which can be used to ad van
t.nrp. a short time after a rain. A wo
ThP sneaker then eave some very wniie stanaing on uie iracKs norm
inst.rnetivp. estimates of thc cost of a of the Burlington depot Saturday
poorroadtoa farmer hauling grain, morning, Elery, the ten year old son
nd hnw this needless expenditure of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Vroman, was
rite that?" she
asked, pointing to thc blackboard.
"Yes ma'am," said Billy.
"Well you may stay after school,'
said she, "as punishment."
Thc other pupils waited for Billy to
come out and then begin guying him.
"Gotallckln', didn't youV"
"Nope," said Billy.
"What did she do?" they asked.
"Shan't tell." said Billy, "but
might be obliterated by an hour spent struck on the chin by a stray ball from pays to advertise."
In dragging the road every month of me gun oi some iiutner uiiiuenver
the year, Mr. Chase was a very enter- rjottora. me ouiietK""' May Happiness Attend Them,
talnlng speaker, and was followed by itcui uie sum oniy, me nine icuow s our old friend, Henry Lchnhofl.who
C.G. Marshall of Lincoln, who was tongue was paraiy.eu w tne exient hag bcCQ vlslllng ln riattsmouth for
discoursing upou soil tillage as we go that It was some time ociore necouia geveral d deparlcj Monday
to press. speak, ihls suowea great careiess- forhlg futuro nome , LncoiD) t0
Tonight C. M. Lewelllng of Beaver ness on tne pan ot uie gunner, asue wh(ch ,aco ,)9 wfe Bn(, daughter
Cltv. will address the people on the
subject of breeding and caring for
poultry. This Is a matter in which
everyone Is Interested, and should call
forth a large audience at the court
house. Townspeople are Interested In
learning mere about poultry raising.
Mr. Lewelllnir can tell many who
had no business of shooting in the di
rection of the depot, especially at
such Rhort range.
preceded blm several days ago from
their old home near Louisville. Mr.
LchnhoiT has been a resident of Cass
county for lo! these many years, and
fortho greatest portion of this time,
Death of Mrs. Current
Mrs. W. P. Current died at 4 a. m
yeserday, from blood poisoning, caused l.e has resided on the old homestead
by a small sore on her lip becoming one of thc finest farms In Cass county
Infected ln some manner. She was and where their children were reared
think they are experts In this line M m but a few days. to womanhoood and manhood, and
business; many things pernaps inau funeral services will be held from which he will not part with at any
they never knew before. Come to tne the M. E. church at 2 o'clock this af- price. He has bought a fine residence
court house tonight and hear what he tcrnoon. The casket will not be property ln the capital city where he
has to say. opened at the church. Those of her and his excellent lady will be enabled
Thus far nineteen exhibits have friends who wish to view the remains to enjoy the fruits of fifty years of
been brought In and entered In the maydosofrom 10 to 12 this morning toll which has favored them with an
heed corn contest which Is free to at tne homc.-Elmwood Lcadcr-Ecjjo. abundance for thc cncvltablo "rainy
everybody. Many more exhibits will ft,- r. h.nnineMlm their lot In
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doubtlessly be received toraonow, It l a mistake to use a yioicnt ca- their new;home Is the prayer of the
when the twenty-five usclul and valu- thartlc to open thc bowels. A gentle ,,41. what Is Cass county's loss,
able prizes oucrea oy our mercuanui muvemeub mm w,uiuyi. Is Lincoln'! galb.
will hn awarded for the beat displays results wunons causing uiHiress vi 1
of twelve ears of iced corn. The far- serious consequences later. PeWItt'i Many a man doesn't do things lie
men who have entered the contest up Little Early Risen are recommended, wante to do bedause his wife wants
to 2 o'clock today are Jas. McCulloch, Sold by F. G. Frlcke & Co. him to do them.
needed and that the position at Chi
cago, which has more than once been
ottered him, will now prove mote V
his liking than when the present place
embraced a very pleasant political
dictatorship. Mr. lloldrege has been
the head of the Burlington for nearly
twenty-eight years. He graduated
from Harvard In the class of 1 S!i, and
came west shortly afterwards to enter
thc Burlington service. He was first
a clerk in the treasurer's ollicc of the
Burlington, but left that to enter thc
train service In lowa. ills rise was
rapid. In succession he was master of
transportation, assistant general su
perlntendcnt, and In 17'.! was made
general superintendent. A few years
later he became general manager and
has held that position ever since. He
Is nearly no years old.
"Mr. Byram Is a more recent Bur
lington recruit. He received his train
ing as a Great Northern man, and
when Mr. Calvert became chief engin
eer he succeeded to the position of
general superintendent. He Is re
garded as a high class railroad man
and his accessibility has made him a
prime favorite with both the public
and the newspaper fraternity. Mr
Rogers has been a Burlington man
for a long time and is a most capable
A Western Wonder
There's a Hill at Bowie, Tex., that's
twice as big as last year. This wonder
Is W. L. 11111, who from a weight of 1)0
pounds has grown to over 10. Hesays
"I suffered with a terrible cough, and
doctors gave me up to die of Consump
tion. I was reduced to 00 pounds, when
I began taking Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds
Now, after taking 12 bottles, I have
more than doubled In weight and am
completely cured." Only sure Cough
and Cold cure. Guaranteed by F. G.
Frlcke k Co., druggists. Ma and U.fH),
Trial bottle free.
money have got by It only a term In
tho penitentiary. In pleading guilty
to embcz.elment they confessed that
every cent of tho .'!H.",,ooo they had
stolen was lost, and they slood before
thc court pennllcsH. The eager study
they had given to the stock markets,
the almost superhuman elTorls they
made to recover their steady losses
and thc agony of mind they under
went would have been Kiilllclent, If
rightly directed, to have nude them
comfortably rich and universally re
spected. Through some peculiarity In our
construction we are willing to work
ten times as hard to get "something
for nothing" as to earn It In a natural
way. A scoundrel will exercise more
cunning and energy in beating some
body out of a dollar than would be
called for In acquiring ten dollais
honestly. And he thinks he has got
the dollar for nothing! Poor fool.
The gambler shoves all his surplus
earnings over ttictaoie ana wnat lie
ns now and then he shoves after
them. So long as ho has anything to
lose he counts himself ahead of the
game, ills fortitude, ins patience, 111s
Insensibility to failure, If enlisted In a
worthy occupation, might bring him
There's a weakness in human nature
through which most of us are Inclined
to regard as clear gain only that which
comes unearned. And ln striving to
get more than we earn we perform
unrewarded labors that, If rightly ap
plied, would not only bring us far
more than we get, but shield us
against disgrace and disaster.
It Is easy for a man to make a fool
of himself, but none of us Is wise
enough to fool old nature Into giving
us more than we work for.
Much to the Inconvenience of a large
number of workmen who are cm
ployed on thc north side of tho river
In stone quarries and sand pits, comes
the announcement of the Missouri Pa
cific that no one will be permitted to
cross their bridge In tho future.
Ladles When you buy cigars for
Xmas, get the kind the men buy for
themselves Pepperbcrg's "Buds
Small boxes of twelve and twenty-five
clgan, 50c and II. tf
E. C. DeWltt& Co. of Chicago, at
whose labratory Kodol Is prepared, as
sure us that this remarkable dlgcstant
and corrective for the stomach con
forms fully to all provisions of the Na
tional Pure Food and Drug Liw. The
Kodol labratory Is a very largo one,
but If all the sufferers from Indigestion
and stomach troubles could know tho
virtues of Kodol It would be Impossible
for tho manufacturers to keep up with
the demand. Kodol Is sold here by F.
G. Frlcke & Co.
What Is more suitable for a Christ
mas present for your wife than a nice
bed room suite, or handsome n.k?
Nothing. M. Hlld, the furniture mun.
has just what you want.
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