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THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1S94.
To WHOM IT MAT CONCERN:
"He who halls you Tom, or Jack,
And proves by thumping on your back
His sense of yonr great merit.
Is such a friend that one must need
Be very much his friend indeed
To pardon or to bear It "
IN AND AROUND TRK TOWN.
Dan Ilay of Wabash was a Platts
mouth visitor Monday.
II. 6. Strong of Nehawka was in
town on Monday enroute to Omaha.
Geo. Kitzell, a prominent farmer of
Greenwood precinct, was a Platts
mouth visitor Saturday.
Chas. Vallery, an employe in the
Burlington offices in Chicago, arrived
Sunday for a short visit here with
his Darents. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Val
John F.Bcedeker and Miss Lizzie L
Ruttkar will be married today at three
o'clock at the home of the groom's
parents south of this city. Rev. G. W.
Mavfield will officiate. Louisville
Cour ier-Journ al.
The funeral services of Mrs. Oliver
King, the lady who died of small-pox
at Bethlehem several weeks ago, will
be preached at the Bethlehem church
on Thursday Auzust 16th. by Rev.
Brigjs, of Hillsdale.
Tennessee went democratic Fri
dav bv an increased majority of 10,-
000, or about 50,000 in all. If Tennes
see can be taken as a criterion, the
apostles of Major McKinley will not
be very much in it this fall after all
Col. Polk is taking a lay-off from his
editorial duties on the News. The
colonel's little brother has a boomlet
which needs nursing and it is strongly
suspected that the colonel's vacation
has something to do with the little
The bicycle races at the tournament
to be held here aDout the 10th inst
promise to be interesting from begin
ning to end. The articles of agree
ment have been signed by Johnson and
Reynolds of Nehawka, for a five-mile
race for a purse of $50. This will be a
straight race to see which can go the
fastest. Nebraska City News.
P. J. Hansen, administrator of the
estate of John Frank, offered the team
of draft horses for sale at auction on
Saturday afternoon, and $S0 was the
best bid he could get for them. Aathe
property was appraised at 8100, no sale
was effected. Horses are not con
sidered very valuable or desirable
property in this section of the country
just now, but ordinarily the team of
fered for sale would easily bring S200.
Two carriage loads of Plattsmoutb
ball players journeyed to Louisville on
Saturday, where they furnished a few
hours amusement for. the club from
that place. The game resulted in the
Plattsmouth crowd having their noses
lubbedin t'ue' dust to the extent of
seventeen to three. Giest, of Spring
field, was in the box for the Louisvill
f ars, and struck out ten men. A crowd
of several hundred people were in at
tendance. The yearling filly belonging to Ren
ter & Strove which was so badly cut
up by a barb wire fence out at the
fair grounds some two weeks ago, is
Improving rapidly. At first the own
ers gave up all hope of the animal
ever being able to run, but now they
rather thick that the horse may pull
through all right. Eight hundred
dollars is a lot of money to have in
vested in an animal of that age and
it is to be hoped that the little Ally
may yet be able to bring the owners
For Sale A full-blooded Short
horn yearling bull. F. McCoukt,
33-tf South Sixth Street.
Gentlemen's Roodster Club.
About a dozen or fifteen horse own
ers met at Richey's office Monday
night and took the preliminary steps
toward organizing a club. Dr. J. II.
Hall was chosen temporary chairman
end Chas. Grimes secretary. Another
meeting will be held in the near future
when a permanent organization will
It never fails Gering's Blackberry
Cordial for summer complaint.
, List of Letters
Remaining uncalled for in the post
office at Plattsmouth Aug. 8 for week
ending Aug. 1, 1894:
Curray. Mary Hansen. Mary
Luke, Mather Leist, Miss Lulu
Persons calling for any of the above
letters or parcels will please say "ad
Foukd The finest soda water in
the city at Oering & Co's.
WEEFLNG WATER NEWS.
From the Eagle.
A. II. Watet house returned from
Grand Island last Friday evening
where he assisted Superintendent
Spink with the Hall county institute
One hundred and ninety teachers were
Julius Pepperberg, of Plattsmouth,
was bere Monday looking after his
trade And supplying his customers
with a stock of tbe famous Bud cigar.
Among the special premiums offered
by the citizens of Elmwood to be com
peted for at the fair we notice that tbe
Echo will be presented one year for
the largest pumpkin; the Leader ore
year for the largest tom-cat, and a
bushel of potatoes for the best looking
woman on the grounds. if ,
D.O. Dwyer, attorney, Plattsngutp
onnson's Oriental Soap is tl(
ceiieaie racial soap tor lactien
existence. Sold by Fricke & C
Assigned the Teachers.
Tbe board of education met Monday
night at the court house and held a
rather stormy session of several hours
duration. It was all oyer the assign
ment of teachers for the coming term
of school, which job is regarded by the
members of the board as the hardest
and most unpleasant of any of their
duties during the year. Trying to ap
portion twenty-six school rooms among
that number of teachers so that each
and every one will have no cause for
complaint may at first moment appear
to be an easy task. But it isn't. After
several hours of wrangling and discus
sion the board finally decided on a list
of assignments, as follows:
Superintendent, Prof. F. C. McClel
land; principal high school, Prof. W.
N. Ilaisey; assistant principal. Miss
Winona Evans, room eight" high
school, Miss AldoraClark;room eleven.
Miss Alice Wilson; room ten, Miss
Addie Searles; loom fourteen. Miss
Jamison; room thirteen. Miss Edna
Adams; room Dfteen, Miss Annie
neisel; room twelve, Miss Myrtle
Porter; room three, Miss Margaret
Wright; room one. Miss Ella Wright;
room four, Miss Etta Shepherd; room
two, Mrs. C S. Sherman; east fourth
ward, room twenty-five, Mrs. Wil
liams; room twenty-four, Miss Ella
Clark; west fourth ward. Miss Myrtle
Purdy; first ward. Miss Tressie Hem-
pel; east second ward. Miss Ida
Schmidt; west second v.ard. Miss Alice
Mann; Columbian building, room
twenty-three and principal. Mis Al
berta Hyers; room twenty. Miss Cora
Cook; room twenty-one, Miss Olive
Gass; room twenty-two, Miss Mabel
Hayes; South Park, Miss Margaret
Davis; Mercerville, Prof. Edwin J
After the list of assignments had
been completed the board clinched
their action by adopting a resolution
to the effect that under no condition
or for no reasons whatever would the
assignments be changed. It was not
embodied in the resolution, but it was
generally nnderstood that should any
of the teachers become dissatisfied
with their assignment their resigna
tions would be cheerfully accepted.
For summer complaint use Gering's
AROUND THE COURT ROOMS.
The petition of Osta E. Bird for a
divorce from J no. W. A. Bird has been
filed in district court. The plaintiff
prays for a separation on the ground
of desertion. C. L. Graves of Union
is her attorney.
Isaac N. Gouchener vs. Crum
Stewart and Jos. Moore was the title
of a sttif filed in the district court.
I GoCchenor complains that the defend-
be seeks to cause their ejectment.
The last will and testament of the
late Helena Egenberger was admitted
to probate in County Judge Ramsey's
License to wed was issued in county
court yesterday afternoon to Mr. Jos.
O. Cox and Miss Ada M. Waldron.
The parties reside in this county near
License to wed was issued in county
court Monday to Nelson F. Flinton
and Mrs. May M. Wheeler, both of
Topeka, Kas. This was a case of
widower and widow.
County Judge Ramsey presided Sun
dav forenoon at tbe marriage of
Mr. Wm. B. Allen and Miss Rosa
Allbuton, the latter cf Fremont
county, Iowa. The happy event tran
spired in Mercerville addition, and
the young folks will make their home
in that neighborhood.
JUSTICE ARCHER'S COURT.
Fred R. Rounds has commenced an
aetion in Justice Archer's court
against Wm. Marks, to recover S40,
alleged to be due for labor.
The case of John Rottra vs. S. P.
Vanatta, in which the plaintiff se
cured a small judgment in Judge
Archer's court several weeks ago, haB
been appealed to the district court,
and the papers in the case were placed
on file in Clerk Dearing's office yester
day. COURT ROOM NOTES.
Jacob J. Horn and Herman Uelficber
filed their petition before the county
board Tuesday asking that a license be
granted them for tbe operation of a
saloon at Cedar Creek for the period
of a year. The board will act on the
petition during the September session.
The boird of county commissioners
have finished tbe work of the August
session and adjourned. Yesterday
they completed the work of allow
ing claims against the county, and
the work of drawing the jury for the
September term of district court was
being attended to.
The court house was close to being
depopulated today owing to the visit
of several of the officials to tbe old set
tlers' reunion at Union. County
Judge Ramsey, County Attorney
Travis, Clerk of Court Dearing, Sher
iff Eikenbary and Deputy Hyera were
the missing ones.
Dron into Lehnhoff's and drink a
- - 7
glass of cream soda water.
Johnson's Magnetic Oil cures all
pain and it will never return again.
Internal and external for man and
beast. Sold by Fricke & Co.
Mrs. Henry Hempel and children
departed Tuesday merning for a
month's visit at Ashland.
t buy a bicycle until you see us.
fifty-dollar ladies' ' is certainly
y; "jiunaviuM. ii c ate auu; KatS IOT
IV . Lehkhoff Bros.
km.-.,nin TX7 1 - .
An every -day winter has snows, my lad.
An every day heart has Us woes, my lad.
The book of life's written In prose, my hid ,
And song birds are fewer than crows, my lad.
That friendship is friendship, indeed, my lad,
That's strongest when man is In need, my lad.
Life's flower becometh a weed, my lad,
When selfishness goeth to seed, my lad.
Then dance while the heather bells chime, my
They furnish a muBlc sublime, my lad.
Tour youth is your happiest time, my lad,
The only page written in rhyme, my lad.
The roses bloom only in June, my lad.
When all of earth's chords are in tune, my lad.
The sun's in the west after noon, my lad,
And it will be evening soon, my lad.
So plant your grain early and deep, my lad.
And pile your good deeds in a heap, my lad.
For what a man sows he shall reap, my lad.
Then there'll be a long season of sleep, my lad.
IN DAYS GONE BY.
Conrad Kchlater Relates Some Itfiniiiiri
cnMes On Horse Stealing in Cass
In the early days of Cass county
horse stealing was quite common, and
many a good horse was taken without
the consent of the owner and"rustled"
oil to Missouri. So common had be
come these practices that an anti-horse-thief
association was formed
among the farmers of the county,
which done good work in following the
thieves to their hiding places, and
through their efforts many horses were
recovered and returned to their right
ful owners. It appeared that there
was a regularly organized gang of the
thieves operating all over the state.
One morning it was reported that a
fine team of mules had been stolen
during the night from John Patter
son's stable at Plattsmouth. The mem
bers of the association were quickly
notified and were soon following the
trail with Andy Taylor, who was cap
tain, at their head. The thieves were
tracked over into Missouri, where they
were captured and brought back to
Plattsmouth, along with the stolen
mules. Cass county could not boast of
having a jail in those days, and the
thieves were locked in the old court j
house room. Perry Gass was sheriff
at that time, and stationed a guard
over the prisoners, who were none
other than Tibbett and Hunt, two no
torious horse thieves from Pacific City,
Iowa. The next night at about ten
o'clock a crowd of two hundred men
gathered on the streets of Plattsmouth
and a rush was made for the court
house. Sheriff Gass and his deputy
met the crowd and made a brave re
sistance,but were quickly overpowered
and hustled into a small room used as
a jury room and a guard stationed at
the door to keepthem in. The prison
ers expected to be lynched, and right
they were, because the people were de
termined to rid themselves of these
bold horse thieves. They begged and
plead for mercy, and it was decided to
try them before a people's court.
James Doom, then a prominent citi
zen of Plattsmouth, was selected to
act as judge; Andy Taylor as sheriff,
andyour humble servant as hisdeputy.
Then the fun commenced. It was de
cided to allow the prisoners to have
legal counsel, and I was directed to
get Marquette. I found him in bed,
and as he had only been married a
short time before he concluded not to
go along with me, but to stay with his
wife. For this conclusion I did not
blame him very much.
Next I went to see Willett Potten
ger. I found him in bed, and when I
informed him of my errand he very
politely and forcibly told me to tell
the people's court to "go to hell." I
so reported, and was then sent to Mr.
Stambaugh, a very prominent lawyer,
who then resided in the Wintersteen
house. He consented to go along with
me. A jury of twelve farmers was
selected and the witnesses examined.
Mr. Stambaugh then addressed tbe
jury and the people, advising them not
to take the law in their own hands,
but to turn the prisoners over to the
proper authorities. The jury retired
and soon returned their verdict, to the
effect that they had no legal right to
decide the case and advising that tl.e
men be returned to the sheriff, whieh
was done, and Sheriff Gass and his
deputy set a liberty.
The two horse thieves were given a
fair and impartial trial at the next
term of court, and were sentenced to
one year's imprisonment in jail at
Omaha, from which they escaped be
fore the expiration of sentence, and
that was the last heard of Tibbett and
Hunt in this part of the country.
While the people had no hanging
"bee," it was noticed that the gang of
horse thieves either disbanded or re
moved their field of operation, so that
tbe people had no more cause for fear
of their horses being stolen.
College Hill, August 4, 1894.
Try Gering & Co's for cigars they
keep all kinds.
The boom of Orlando Telft for lieu
tenant governal appears to be still do
ing business at the old stand. Orlando
has the misfortune to reside in Cass
county, where every other man im
agines that it is not only his pride, but
bis duty to stand for office, and we fear
that his boom will be crushed to
powder 'neath the upon millstone of
Tom Crane and the nether one of R.
E. Moore. Lincoln News.
The excursion train to Courtland
beach,' Omaha, over the B. & M. on
Sunday will leave this city at 10:00
o'clock a.m. and returning will leave
Omaha at 8:00 p. m.
Constipation and sick headache per
manently cured, and piles prevented
by Japanese Liver Pellets; especially
aaaptea to chndrens' use. Sold by
FrUe & Co.
A PEOPLE'S SENATOR.
At the request of tiie Nebraska
democratic silver league Congressman
W.J. Bryan has formally announced
his candidacy for the United States
senate. The announcement is printed
elsewhere in this issue. It contains a
declaration of principles upon which
his candidacy is based. In defining
his position Congressman Bryan resorts
to none of the artifices of political word
jugglers; there are no equivocations,
no subterfuges, no efforts to evade the
issues. He declares boldly, emphat
ically and in language that cannot be
misinterpreted or misunderstood in
favor of those reforms which the peo
ple are now demanding.
Mr. Bryan's platform epitomized is:
Free and unlimited silver coinage.
Tariff for revenue only.
Election of United States senators by
Government operation of telegraph
lines in connection with the postal de
partment. Government control of railroads.
National arbitration for differences
between labor and capital.
Every plank in the above platform is
sound and is in harmony with popular
demand. With a man like Congress
man Bryan standing upon such a se
cure structure the Nebraska campaign
cannot fail to attract national atten
tion and excite national interest. He
represents the progressive democracy
of the nation. He has youth, courage
and ability. He is honest in act and
intention. His forensic abilities place
him in the rank of orators. In the
candidacy of such men for the United
States senate is the hope f the com
mon people. Every such man elected
to the senate means the retirement of
a corporation attorney or a money
gorged fossil. The majority of the
United States senate today doesn't rise
above the dignity of a decayed remin
iscence. It is imbecile to the verge of
paresis. Occasions like the present
brought forward the Clays, Websters,
Calhouns, Stephenses, Hajnes, Thur
inans and Bayards, and there is reason
to believe that worthy euccessors will
be Developed by this crisis.
Mr. Bryau's principal opposition will
come from the impotent Morton and
such following of party ragtag and bob
tail as he may be able to muster, but
Nebraska has progressed too far along
the lines of intelligent thought to be
further outraged by submitting to the
dictates of any class that represents
only the spoliation and enslavement of
the masses. The election of William
Jennings Bryan to the senate will be a
rebuke to the money power of the
country and an example in progressive
reform to every other state in the union.
We offer one bundled dollars reward
for any case of catarrh that can not
be cured bv Hall's catarrh cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props.,
We the undersigned Lave known
F. J. Cheney for the last fifteen years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transaction and fin
ancially able to carry out any obliga
tion made by their firm.
West & Tuuax, wnolesale druggists,
Toledo, O. Waldixo. Kksxan &
Marvin, wholesale druggists, Toledo,
Hairs catarrh cure is taken inter
nally, acting diiectly upon tbe blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all drug
gists. Testimonials free.
We can suit all in hammocks. More
than fifteen different styles and prices.
An attempt to set on fire the im
mense ice house of Swift & C. at Ash
land was made Tuesday uieht. Tbe
fire was discovered in the engine room
and had made quite a headway be
tween the partitions. Had the build
ing burned much longer the immense
building, holding 100,000 tons, would
have been completely destroyed.
Buy the improved Singersewing ma
chine. Anton Trillity, local agent,
office in Unruh's furniture store.
Consumption. Bronchitis, Catarrh, and all
diseases of the respiratory oreans are of like
Kerni origin, and it is only lately that they have
been succesKf ully treRted.
In Hylo. taken by steam Inhalation. Ameri
can scientists have succeeded, where Koch and
Pasteur failed, in perfectiiifr a cure that ci'reh.
For particulars address California Chemical
'A'orks, Omaha, Neb. 13-14
C. O. D.
Anywhere, - - - $ 25 Bicycle $12.50
To Any one - - - 50 Bicycle 25.00
All Styles and Prices, 75 Bicycle 37.50
Save Dealers' Profits 125 Bicycle 62.50
Send for illustrated catalogue.
n-A-ieiD-sr ss co.,
C. HEIS2EX. Prop.
This Mill has boen rebuilt, and furnished with
Machinery of the best manufacture
in the world. Their
Has no Superior In America. Give it a
trial and be convinced.
Bran, Shorts and Corn Meal
Always on hand. Orders delivered la
TERMS Cash or 30 days tlm.
jBEESjfeN tfc ROOT.
Attorneys at Law,
OFFICK--KHt,ruid blotk.over First Nafl hank
Notice of Adjourned ssal..
In the district court of Cass county, Nebrs-kH-deceLl
"Cr f lhee,itnte of uiumon Ward.'
Notice is hereby Ki ven that In pursuance of an
"T'i?T. f -Samuel M. chapman. j,u of the
district court of Cass county. Nebraska, made
on the 7th day of April. A. I)., WM, 'fo e
S f--tne.8uth n",f ofthe "outhwen quarter
of section twenty So, in township eleven fill
north, of rantre nine (9, Cass county Ne!
brasfca. and in pursuance of a notice of the
time and place of sale of said lands, given and
published according to law, I offered said above
described lands for sale on the lth day of June
a. u., i9i. as in said notice provided, and held
the same open for more than one hour and hav
ing received no acceptable bid for said lands I
adjourned said sale to the Slst day ol 1 July? A
I.. 194, at which time said above described
lands were again offered for sale to the highest
otJ?Z' B"U "ter keepln ,ne "ld safe
open for one hour, and receiving no acceptable
bids for Faid lands. I again Hdjourned hbI.1 sa e
until August lHth, isw? said sale "o take place
county, Nebraska, at 1 :.TO p.m. of said iKth
onehour.,,KUSt" 1H mI to remin oln for
, , , ALFRED S. COOLKY
deceased t0r 8tttte f Soloiu Ward.
Notice of Probate of Will.
State op Nebraska, (
Cass County. (bs
In county court-In the matter of the last will
f inent of Iliram A. Waterman, Ve'
Notice Is hereby given that on the 24th dav of
August A D., ikjm, at the 0 (lice of the conn tv
judge In Platfrnouth, Cass county, Nebraska at
the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon the (fol
lowing matter will be heard and considered -The
petition of John Waterman t St
to probate the last will and testament of Hi mm
in ?ieIm'n." aepe,aj-e'i- e of Plattsmouth"
yZ'te, an,i for letlers "tamentary to
32 3 l- S- Kamhbt, County Judge.
To John V A. Bird, non resident defendant
ou are hereby notllied that on the 4th dav of
August. 1W.4. Osta E. Bird filed her peUMon
against you in the district court of Cass co. Hv
Nebraska, the object and prayer of wh ch are"
to obtain a divorce f ronT you on ihe groun
i!hS?,V i wiIfu!- ''n.loned the pllhuw
PSi, ,' f"'1 asking for the custody of the iaj .
nor child, the issue of her marriage with yo.t '
V ou are required to answer said petition w
or before the 10th dav of September nm
n f'STA E. KIKI), I'lainfif.
JJ 4 "y Chas. L. Graves, her attornrv.
Notice to Creditors.
State of Nebraska, (
Cass County. fss
deceased"6' f lh estate of Je(,rKC W. Port
Notice is hereby given that the claims and de
mands of all persons against George W Port de
ceased, late of Mitchell county and state of
,",-'e'v;, examined and ad
justed by the coun ty court at the court house in
i -?.,l-0V-h I3,5 d"y of "January, A. I)..
JWS, at Ho clock in the forenoon, and that six
months from and after the 12th day of Jul
"i'llf"4, '""ellme limited fof creditors
fn'' . decen,s?'' to present their claims forex
aminatlon and allowance.
Given under my hand this 9th dav of JuIt,
A. D., Isy4. ' '
B-S. RAMSEY. County Judge.
Application For Liquor License.
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
have hied their petition and application before
the county commissioners of 1 ass county Ne-".''na-aHw!nK-lh'4t
a license be granted them
to sell malt, spirituous and vinous liquors with
in the village of Cedar Creek, said county and
state, for a period of one year, and that the
said matter will be heard and considered by tha
JACOB J. HORV.
Mrs. J. Benson,
READ THESE PRICES
Ladies' Skirls from 75c. to 14.40.
Ladies' Waists from 50c to $8.50.
Narrow Val. Laces from 15c per
Hutter Cream and Ulack Laces in
Borclon and other styles from 10c a
yard to the tlnest quality. Our stock
is very larjje and no old'nood or. our
We make a specialty of ltilibons :iml
Good quality Gloria Silk Sr.n Um
brellas from $1.00 to $5.00.
Specially low prices on Ladies' and
Children's Hoiseiy and Underwear.
We have manv lines of Indies' PanM
Goods, not kept in other stores.
We are giving special prices in
In short, we make suecial nrices in
Come in or order by MAIL. "We
will give your order prompt and care
MRS. J. 13 ENS ON",
1519 Douglas St., nearlGth,
STREIGHT & SATTLER,
Successors to Henry 1tu?ck,
Furniture i Undertaking
Stoves, Kniies, -piunon, Orleans.
Our Furniture line Is complete in every detail
An Investigation is certain to convince.
BE MANLY SttrsSftZ
w aa 01 uraaiantK. r.ir'T at
oac. 'ight mi.xionii, Wek Brain or Nerr,
roww cared or mnnejr returned bjr asinr
Tarkiah iMt Manhood Cpules. 1 box. 6 for
$6 bj mail. Hnhn'a Phartnacr. Omaha.
I Ji IT I C Q Turkish Tuaaj and Pen.
are to the day. Mr in it monthliee regular
wiineaipein. (1 box by mail. Agenta wanted.
UAUM'tJ Dill Luiiv
2012 Faraam St.. Omaha, j5eb.
The Singer Man'f g Co.
54 First Awards,
Being the largest number of awards obtained
by any exhibitor anl more than double the
number received by all other Sewing Machine
companies. Awards received on the following:
Family Sewing Machine, V. S. No. 2,
I. F. V. B. and Single Thread Automatic
Chain Stitcb. Machine. Sewing Machine
Cabinets, Art Embroideries. Laces. Cur
tains. Upholstery, Artistic Furnishings,
Sewing and Embroidery, Tapestry Ma
Also 43 Awards, covering machines
for manufacture in every Hue where a
Sewing Machine can te used on Wool,
Cotton and Silk Cloth. Knit Goods,
Leather, etc., for Ornamental Stitching,
Button holes. Eyelets, Marring, Over
seamiug, staying, eo.
The Singer IFfg Co
" All Over th World
Branch Ottice 1,1 n coin Net.
UAVING purchased the stock of
i. goods formerly owned by Fred
Herrmann, we desire to announce
that the stock must be closed out
within sixty days in order to make
room for our new goods. To do
this we will paralyze prices. You
all know that Mr. Herrmann would
buy nothing but the best goods.
Such an opportunity to buy good
goods at less than the cost of in
ferior articles may never occur
again. You cannot afford to miss
g Dry Goods House,
(F ed Herrmann's Old Stand.)
J' CURRY, J. S. JOHNSON,
S Manager. Proprietor.
Red Oxfords, worth $1.50, now $ .75.
Tan Oxfords, " 1.50, " l.OO.
Black Oxfords, " 1.25, " .75.
Black Oxfords, " 1.50, " l.OO.
: : Dressing for
iAre You Alive f
To Your Own Interests? 5
PERHAPS you are, but of not, you ought to be. J
There's one good way ta prove that you're in the
land of the living buy your
J HIS PRICES will not admit of Competition
they're so downright low. Give him a call.
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