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1 Iletter get your canine tagged before
Marshal Slater gets in his murderous
work on him.
Smoke Otto Wurl cigars.
Dr. W. II. IClster, lVntbd., Water
Anything you want? Get it at Ger
"ing's. When you want a go.i.l comb, conic
to (Jering & '.
The sweetest of sweet in the candy
line at (Jering C'o.'s
E. (J.lving. of Syracuse, is assisting
in A. W. At wood's pli;Hinacy.
Otto Wurl's cigars are calculated to
make a man take an adeVd inten st Iii
Ir v.. 1 ). rnmmins went to Cedar
(""reek on business last Wednesday.
The Gut 1 foil cig.tr are the test
smokers on the iimk! VTiul n anu
Jim Hoot and family were in from
For sale or exchange for eastern
Nebraska lands. Z ranches: all sies.
II. P.. Windham,
31 is. J. K. Marshall and sou went to
Omaha for a short visit before return
ing to their home in Lincoln
We have a few wall taper remnants
that we sell for -W !er roll. They are
iust the thing for closets ami gantries.
Call and see us. Gkkin; a O
Orlando TelTt was in from Avcra n
business last Monday.
Lowe Protheis high stnndanl I ii i: i
laints cover .'Son Mjiiare feet two coats
cheaper and I etter than 1 i 1 and oil
Hi ring .S: ('.. selling agents.
T. II. ToIiiT came in from Murray
last Mondav for a with bisfamily.
Wurl i:rither.s' Gut Ileil cigar can't
le leaten fr a cool, sweet smoker.
Marshal Carter and George Towle.of
Weeping Water, were county seat vis
Every youn; man in town wi.ul! be
huntin ui a lijvnse ami a mini-tier if
he kne.v lnv.v be a i'.if ally and im-xpen
siv"lv the Sattler 1 ijruuiire I . can
furnirh a home f.ir him.
SheriiT Wheeler' wife is still
Palkv watches made to work bv Mc-
Elwain, the jeweler.
Mrs I. J. Ilorsley, formerly of piatts
mouth. now Iiing in Cripple ("reek.
'ol..is in 1 !i-city i-it ing her many
Tlie Priiieof Plat tsmoiit h is justly
Otto Wurl's famous five cent cigar.
Ket ih "s studio is th.- only one in
Piattsmouth t Mmiiigont the new finish
platinum water co'or photo.
The Cass county jail was empty this
week forthetirst time in about fwehe
months. "-We nils" seem to U- git
ting pretty good.
I f there's a place in town where la
die feel satisfied that the stIe and
assortment of spring bats is all they
can ak, it's at Mrs. Maiispeakcr's.
We call for and repair ad kinds of
furniture. Call us up. our telephone
is i:;T. Sattler Furniture Co.
W. I. Jones was out in the country
the first part of this week introducing
his well known Iior.se medicines.
When the weather is hot drop into
Keedy's studio and examine bis ex
hibit of platinum wate r colon d pho
tographs. They are tine.
Deputy Sheriff Mcl'ride was making
'arrangements this week to ship the
little bay roadster he recently sold to
Attorney Kennedy of Omaha.
Our Paby Cough yrup is justt the
thing for children under five years
only ir a lxttle. Geriug& to.
Orders taken for white and brown
bread, pies, plain and fancy cakes.
Tel. 7:; or2.il. Mrs. Keese4 Mcriaken.
lien Paisley, of lied ford. Ia . was vis
iting his friends in Piattsmouth this
week. He was a guest of William
When it comes to real line-pci time.
Gering& Co. keep them all.
It is reported that George Horn, liv
ing near Cedar Creek, hauled Pin loads
of corn last Tuesday. He intends to
do a lot more hauling this week.
If there is one store in Piattsmouth
that makes you want to buy every
thing they have it's that of the Sat tier
Furniture Co. the big store on sixth
You arc looking for a Phoenix &
Northern tire policy. A. W. White
will write it. He is sole agent for
Miss Myrtle Gilson, who has been
teaching school at Newcastle, Wyo.,
is sjn-nding her summer vacation with
her parents in Piattsmouth.
Gering .. Co.'s Syrup of Tiifolium
Compound is the greatest spring blood
purifier sold, and is a';hit ely guaran
teed lo give sat isfact ion or money re
funded. Price I.
The supper served at ti e Workman
liall Tuesday evening by the St. Luke's
guild was a grand success, Imtli finan
cially and socially.
If you want to go a little higher
y. ill can't get more for your-money
than 'rem Otto Wurl's Silver Wreath
Elegant? Weil. I should say! That's
what every one says of the line of
baby carriages, go-carts and sleepers
at the Sattler Furniture Co.'s big
store on Sixth street.
Misses Cora and Clara Walker are
home from the state university for a
Would you be happy? Sfnoke Spies'
Exquisito 5c cigars. As good as ordi
nary ten centers. All in wrappers.
Spies' Exiuisito oc cigar is neatly
w rapped in paper, so that farmers can
carry them in their pockets safely.
Already the favorite, it is rapidly tak
ing the market. No wonder.
What do you want in a cigar? An ex
quisite flavor and a free smoker. The
Exquisito exactly fills the bill .V.
The local committee for the coining
encampment of the Grand Army has
invited several prominent speakers
here timing the coming encampment
-and it is noticed that all are rcpul
The platinum water color photos so
cfosely resemble a miniature portrait
in water colors that it is almost impos
sible to denote the difference. This
work can only be secured at Keedy's
studio on Main street.
Mr. William Wynn wIjo went to
Perry. O. T.. Monday of last week, to
see a sister who is sorely afflicted with
a chronic disease, and whose recovery
is doubtful, returned Saturday morn
ing. He reports very cold and rainy
weather down there and is not favor
ably impressed with that territory.
l or Sal.
A good buggy and a phaeton, at a
bargain... Call on
Wadk W. Windham.
Mrs A, H. Pirie of Haveloek and
Mrs S. II. At wood of Lincoln were in
the city visiting relatives and friends
and relatives Wednesday.
Prizes For' Letters about Nebraska.
A round trip ticket from any lJur
lington lloute station in Nebraska to
Yellowstone National Park and a com
plete trip through the Parkisoneof
twenty prizes offered by the P.urlington
Koute for the lest. letters about
Other prizes are: Trips to Colorado,
the lilack Hills, Chicago and St. Louis.
There are also several cash prizes.
The IJurlington offers" these prizes
for letters that will encourage immi
gration to Nebraska. Letters de-
covered by tlio County of Cass, plalnCilT.
against snUl defendants.
I'lttttstnoutli, Nebraska. April 10. A. D 1901
Mienff, Cass count v. Nebraska.
r Jy J. i. McHhidk.
Jkssi-: I,. Koot. Ileum v.
riaimlll's Attorney. ;tl
Notice Is hereby given that Gerinjr & Com
pany have liied their petition as required by
the statutes of the state of Xftir.-isL uiif.
the city clerk of Phi tt smooth, requesting h
permit to sell malt, snirltuons nul vin,.iw
liquor, for medicinal, mechanical and chemi
cal purposes for tliecomlnjr municipal year.
In the building situated on the west half of lot
twelve (U'l. block t vventy-eijfht (2hi. city of
riattsmoutli. Neb. G K K I xc & Co.
Piattsmouth. Neb.. April 3. r.mi.
Notice hi hereby given that A. W. Atwood
has tiled his pet il ion as required by thestal ute
of the slate of Nebraska, with the city clerk
of riattsmoutli. reiiuesting it liern.it to sell
malt, spirituous and vinous liquors for medi
cinal, mechanical and chemical puroses. for
the ci'iiiinc municipal year. In the building
situated on the west half of lot three (.'!). In
liloelt thirty-live (.Ci). city of Piattsmouth,
Neb. .. v. AtwOoii.
I'l.tt tsNMiuth. Neb. April.. I!il.
Notice Is hereby given that F. O. I ri.-Uc Ims
liied his M-I il ion. us required by the statutes
... r r .ii ' tn. ji ..vi'innni., mill llie IMV I'lerK
.SC1I ptlVC of successful farming, cattle of l'latlsmouth. mi nesting u iM-rmil to sell
r....:i ..,1 I.. mull, spirituous ami vinous lmuors for me-
laisnm, ii K1"" "'is .si."..ai 1'iu- ..i.unlcal. m.ii. inal and cliemical nurnoses in
suits are available for the purixise in ' ";' i"''jding situated on its m ami iw
!-;. in blockthlrly-slxCStil.cltyvf riattsmoutli.
.sen.. lor me -oinlng municipal year.
I- . G. J-'liiCkK.
Piattsmouth. Neb.. April .". l'.l.
The contest closes May 31, P.K)1
Circular giving full information will
be mailed on request.
General Passenger Agent, Omaha, Neb.
lUatchford Cavanaugh and Honey's
I'.oys delinhted a fair-sized audienceat
the Parmele theatre Wednesday night
with their entrancing vocal music
all numlicrs receiving hearty encores.
Kxperieiiee. however, is proving that
what our people want is lamp-blacked
minstrels or blood and thunder melo
William Peterson who has been em
ployed in t lit II. - M. shops for a num
ber 'if years resigned his place last
week and started last Tuesday for
Washington to. seek a new home in the
extreme west. His family will follow
him alniut the first of July, or as soon
as he has located a homestead. His
many friends wish him success in Ids
new place of residence.
M. S. Ilriggs. who lately left here
for his future home at Salem, la., has!
had some lit t le trouble with the vil
lage council of that place over the
kind of poles he should use in his tel-
eohone system, after lie had secured
t he franchise, but happily all differ-
nces have leeii adjusted and he is
Misy erect ing cedar poles and string
hir wire. He will have the exchange
hmI line in working order soon.
o(1)K itutrUy and a phaeton, at a
laroain. ( all on
Wadk W. Windham.
In County Court. Cass count y. Nebraska:
in the matter of thevslale of Adam Hell.
deceased. Wendel Ileil. W illiam Ileil. lieorge
Hell. Lizzie Heil. V. II. Ileil. and all other
HTsons interested: You and each of you are
it riliv not I lied that upon the :.1h lai-of
A urn. v. ii. i'.hii. w. ii. iicii mci ior nniiHie
andallowance.an iiistrunient purporting to
Ih the last will and testament or Alam Men.
deceased, and his petition alhging among
other things, that said oeceased cin-l testate
at his home in Kight Mile tirove pns-inct. in
Cass Count v. Nebraska, on the lot It dav of
April. A. D. I'.Hil. and that siiid deceit set! died
seized of real estate situated in ail county,
and that the above named are all of the heirs
of said deceased. 1 lie prayer of said iM-tition
i for the probuteaud allowauceof said nstru-
ment as thtt last will of t he deceased, and that
letters tetlaiiienlary lie issued thereon to Wil
liam Heil and Henry Ileil. You are further
notified that a hearing will lx-had uoii said
petition and said niopoiiiH.ed instrument at
the etiunty court room in I'lattMnoul h. Cass
county. Neoraska. on the inn nay or .nay. A.
D. 1WH. at the hour of 1 oVIock p. tit., and that
if you fail to attend and object to the probate
of said instrument, the prayer of said petitiou
may lie granted and propate of said instru
ment allowed, and such further orders and
decrees entered as to the court may seem
Witness my ha ml and lie seal .if said tsuirt
at I'lattsnio'uth. Nebraska. IhK the tiihday
of April. A. D. I: 'I.
(skai) .1. K. Dorm.ASS. County .luilge.
In Comity Court. Cass County. Nebraska:
In the matterof Hie estate tf .lohn Kleiser.
deceawsl. Carrie K.. Charles W.. Henry. Wil
liam and .leske KleiM-r. ami nil other iiersons
interested in said estate, are hereby not itieo
that Charles W. Kleiser. on the 'Si day of
April. 1901. tiled a petition In said court, alleg
ing among other tilings, that John Kleiser.
late an Inhabitant of said count v. diet) in said
county on the 14th day of April. A. D. I'All. not
having made a last h ill and lestann-nt: that
the said John Kleiser tiitl seized and pis
sesstMl of real estate and ersiial in rt)
sltuatl In said county to le atlministttred:
that th mbove named are all of the heirs alio
perons Interested in said estate. The prayei
of said petition is that the court grant letters
of administration of said estaie lo Charles W.
Kleiser. You are furl her not itied that a hear
ing will be had upon said p tit ion at t hi
countyeourt room inl'lalt-moot h.t'a-s county.
Nebraska, oh the Isth day of .May. A. I. I1U.
at II o'clock iti the forenoon, and thai if yoi.
fail to apiear at said time and object to sain
IMMition. th court may grant the prai
theret if and It-uc letters of itilminist rut ion tc
Charles W. K leiser or some ot her suitalile ier-
W il ness my hand and the seal of s:i id court
at Plat tsinoiil h. Nebraska, this -.itl dav oi
April. A. D. ILtU.
IDt.il.) J. K. Ihict.l.ASS. County Judge.
& E. 6. DOVEY and SON. 3
I.U'rniw Not Ire.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
Phil 'I'liierolf has tiled his ctition. a.s rtHuirej
by the stal utes of the stale of Nebraska, with
the elerft of the city of 1'iitltsmout h. Nebras
ka. rei nesting a license to sell malt, spirituous
mid I nous liquors, for the coming iimiiici pal
year, imlie hiilhliiigsitii.-it. il on Mock sliti.
lot thirty-three (Xl). in the city of Plat ls
riaitstnouth. Neh4 Ajiiil IZ. 1 -.!.
Sntlee .f A icatloii l.tr I.I ir !.i-iie
To wiioin it may concern : Notice is heretiy
given that ihe undersigned. John A. .lensoii.
has tiled his pet i! hm. as required by t he st at
utes of t he stale of N'vliraska. with the eiiy
clerk of tliecityof rial t siiiout Ii. Nebraska, rc
ipiest ing a license to sell mall, spirituous and
vin m-i I liii rs b r the coming municipal year,
in the building situated on the east half of lot
three block thtrtv-three C In said city.
JOHN A. JKNsON.
riattsmoutli. Neb., April ill. I'.ol.
Nollre'of A ppliettticifi for I liUor l.lci ii
To whom l! may concern: Notice Is hereby
giveo that the undersigned. Dietrich Ilreden
k a h i p. has tiled his pet It ion. as reiiuircd by t lie
statuOsof the state of Nebraska, filth the
enmity clerk of Cass county. Nebraska, re
iiiestluga license to sell spirit 'lolls, mall and
vinous liquors for the term of one year from
t lie I inn of I he grant ing of said li-'cuse. at his
place of bu&iiiess.in the viliageof Cedar Creek,
t'a.sx-i u in y. Nebraska .
riattsmoutli. Neli.. April j. i:U.
No'lri til Applieail n or I.tiior l.le'"e.
Touhotiiit may concern : Notice is hereby
gi ven t hat t he nmlerrigned. I laus SH-ck. has
tihl his pet it ion. as required by the statutes
of I iie stale of Nebraska. Wit h t lie city clerk
of t he city I'lattsiiioiit Ii. Nebraska, request ing
a license to sell mall, spirituous and vinous
liquors for t h. coming municipal year, in I he
building sit ualetl on part of lots eleven (II)
and I Helve (!'.'. block I went y--ven u7 in said
city. HAI'S spKCk.
riattsmoutli. Neb.. April V' V..
Succumbs to Injuries.
Kobcrt Moore, the Ihirlington tire
man who was fatally injured in t he
wreck at child's Point last week, died
f his injuries Sunday at St. Joseph
lospital in Omaha, where he had leen
taken after being extricated from un
der the wrecked engine.
The doctors bad declared an ampu
tation of his lower limits necessary, but
Moore failed to recover strength
enough to meet the ordeal.
Moore was an Irishman but years
of age. His mother still resides in the
old country. He made his residence
at Lincoln during the past few years.
and was buried at that place Tuesday
lUider the auspices of the A.O. L W.,
of which order lie was a m mber:
Christian Endeavor Convention
The annual convention of the 2nd
District which is composed of Cass,
Otoe, Lancaster, Seward, Saunders,
York, Uutler ami Folk counties, will
be held at Piattsmouth May 1 and
'2. The convention opens Wednes
day evening, May 1 at 7..'0, and closes
Thursday evening. May 2. Every so
ciety in the district should be repres
ented in the convention by theirpastor
and three delegates. All visitors how
ever invited and welcome. You will
notice the. time is much shorter than
usual so we urge every delegate to be
in his place promptly on time at the
tirst session and remain till the close.
We have arranged for two addresses
each evening. Our State President,
Kev. II. II. Harmon of David City, and
Dr. Ii. M. Long of Lincoln, will give
the addresses the first eveningand Rev.
S. I. I Fa n ford of Weeping Water, and
I!ev. ;. Chapman of York the last
evening one or the most helpful
hours of the convention is the quiet
hour in the morning. No one should
miss this session as it w ill lie our great
spiritual power for the. day's work.
The executive committee wants you
to attend and riattsmoutli is ready to
welcome you as ( 'hrist ian workers; so
don't disappoint the committee, don't
tlisapfKiint Piattsmouth and don't dis
a pjKtint yourself.
Trusting that each society in the
District will be represented and that
the convention will Ij a spiritual up
lift to each of us, I am yours in C. K.,
LOTTIE M. lOLLAHD, See.
Notice to Non-Resident Def'endaDt
HKKMAN WAl.TMw defendant, will takt
That on the i"th day of June. 19o'. I J"
Nichols, trustee, plaintiff herein liied his e
titlon in the district court of Cass county. Ne
braska, against said defendant. I he object
and prayerof which are lo foreentse it certain
mortgage executed by the defendant to the
plaintitt iioii lot thirteen In block nine
teen (lit), in Kagle. Cass county. Nebraska, ac
cording in the recorded plat I hereof, to secure
the payment of two certain promissory notes,
dateil tlt-toU r l.ith. IXHJ. for the sum of seventy-five
dollars (r7j.ini) dollars each, and due
and Mable in one and two years resicf live
ly from the date thereof: and there is now
due umiii said notes and mortgage the sum of
one hundred eighty-one tlsi.uni dollars, for
which sum. with interest from t hisdatc.ptaiii
tllT prays for a decree that defendant In- re
quired to. pay the same, or that said premises
may liesoid to satisfy the amount found due.
bin are rcqiilnit to answer said ctitioiiun
or in-fore the -".nh davof April. HMI.
I. .1. N K'l 1 1 U.S. Trustee,
lly Talbot Am. ex. Attorneys.
Dated March .. i'l n.
First publication March 15.
Ily virtue of an order of -sale, issued bv
Ueorge I". I louse worth, clerk of the district
court wit bin and for Cass county, Nebraska,
and to nie directed. I w ill on the
I4th l)jr or May. A. 1 IDOI.
at !J o'clock, a. ni.. of said day. at the south
door of the court house in the" city of l'latls
mouth. in said county, se.l at pubfic auction,
to the highest bidder for cash, the following
real estate, lo-wit : Iits six (ti) to twenty-one
CM) Inclusive in block t wo f?) in Itrown's snli.
division of lot seventeen (17) in sts-tion tliir
teen LI.IJ In town twelve lli range thirteen
li:i): also lot eight s. nine ml and ten jlti in
block three 3 in said iirown's sub-division.
All in Cass county. Nebraska, together with
the prlvllegi-r nml appurtenances thereunto T
lielonging or In anywise appcrta tiiinr. Tim
same lieing levied upon and taken as the pro
perty of Dank of Cass County et al.. defend
ants, to satisfy a judgment o'f mid t int re
Notice of Applica'lon fur l.iiiir l.tc ens-
Tow hom il. m.iv concern : N"ol ice is hereby
given I ha I t he undersigned. Henry Jess, has
tiled his petition, as risiiured by the statutes
:if the state of Nebraska, witli the city clerk
f the city of I'lattshioiith. Nebraska. request
lug a license to sell ma It. spirit nous and in
us liquors for t he coming municipal year, in
tin liuildiug sit uated on the wesl half of lot
eight (s). block I wcniy-eighl C. in said city
II r. u i .u s'
flat tsmoiit Ii. Neb.. April I J. I.m.
We are iIen.sptl to nrinounee lo our customers in
Cuss County Hint we have now in stock for spring; trade
one of the hest ilisplnys of Mciquelte and Velvet Car
pets wo have ever shown at iricen hoM IcrS tli.ni at
Omaha for the newest patterns for this season.
Our lino of yard wide Ingrain Carpets comprise,
the cream of three big wholesale stocks. No old job
lot patterns to palm off ou our customers.
You no doubt contemplate
if you do you may need n new carpet, or n new tloor
matting, or new lace- curtains, or window shades or
Mirtain poles. If you do call on us.
Our Vim- of Liicr Curtains was never st) large
wo show you the newest things in It u HI ed Curtains at
$1.25 up to $5.00.
g E. G. DOYEY and SO IN. 3
Nttfe f A itplieu lull for l.liiitr f.if'611
Tii wluiu il m.iv I'oiin ni: Notice is hereby
.Uti that the "undersigned. Kd. DouaU has
rileil his M-tiiioit. as nsuireil by the staoites
r the stale of .Neliraska. H tt Ii tlie city clerk
r I he city of ri:ittsiiniitli.s.c.raska. request
ing a license lo sell malt, spirituous ami iu
mis liquors for I lie coming m u n id kiI ear. in
the timlding sit ualcd on lot I u el ve t lul. oloi'k
i weniy -nine j;..i in said city.
Kl. I h IN AT.
riattsmoutli April 1J. 1(1.
iiti . ! I pplie ion r l.iiiior IJi-eti
To whom it may concern: Not let is hereby
;iven that the undersigned. Hans (ins. has
led his pet it ion. as rispiin-d hythe statiil-
of Nebraska, wit Ii the clerk of the city of
I'iallsiuout h. Nebraska, request ing a liceiist
for tlie sale of malt, spirituous and vinous
liquors, tor the coming municipal year. In the
building situated on the west half of lot six
f.. block I hirty-foiir :;o. in said city.
I'iattsmouth. Neb. April 12. 1!ni.
n ""n; T p ysi. y i
0 n s(T h i
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Anthorlzed by tlie statu to treat Chronic. Nervous and fpecial Disease.
Cure guaranteed or money refunded. All meuicines f urnibhea ready toruno
no mercury or injurious medicines used. No detention from business. Pa
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Charges low. Over fiOXOo cases cured. State your case and send lor torms.
Consultation free ana confidential, personally or by letter.
Seminal Weakness and . p'"nd no exposure, no caustics, cutting,
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iirtmrtttmmt,niTteA veins In the
scrotum csnslrg ner
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H vH rTWf1f cJroPT of the scrotum.
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A sermon without words.l Sunrimyi, JO to 12
Sexual Debilitv. JEJi:.,
w. fnlly and excesses causing losses by dreams
; er with urine, pimples and blotches on the
- face, rushes of blood to the Lead, pains in
'3 back, confused Ideas and forgetfulness,
baHhfulness, aversion to society, loss of sex
id unl power, loss of manhood, etc., cured for
O life. 1 can stop night losfes, restore lost
sexual power, nerve and brain power, en-
1 large and strengthen weak parts and make
you lib Kir uiarria.'.
luauerrioie disease, in ail
its forms and stueea. cured
ood Poisoning. Skin Diseases.
? Ulcers. Swellings. Sores, Gonorrhoea and
Gleet, and all forms 01 rnvate Lnseasea,
I nfisittvelv cured nr mmiev refunded.
tpirturA radically cured without
J 1.1 IL.IUI G theuseof instruments. A
and Infallibla Home Treatment. No
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1 for life. Blood
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VV uri s
Stidy in tKe Greatest Thing in House
keeping as Seen by the Journal Man
in John R. Cox's Hardware Store.
Stoves, Stoves, Stoves, of all sizes at,d
tl.ccHtion4, indestructible, economical
of fut'l, perfect in retrulation and distribu
tion if heat, neat and artistic in design,
beautiful in finish, and in an array sufll--vently
varied in size and ?caign to meet
the requirement 4 of everyone from the
most ni'.dest of housekeepers totheffreater
mods .f restaurant acd hotel, keepers.
Tliat's what the Journal man found in
making a tour of investigation through
the hardware ttore of John II. Cox one
day thin week.
The Mnj ;stie S ei l Ilmos, the latest
i 111 lili 1 vi'il D.lriiil urnl SJi 11 ml ii I I..I,,;...
' (1 1 soli no Stove- and Itinep, l!n
in m mis lately i-ifteted i-tand itd Lii'lit-
"'-- ' itivr t'o's blue (Ume i.ti oleum burner f.-r
those who live where it is not convenient to procure gasoline all thi elegant
display of the skill of the modern range builders' art impresnes one with the
eobviction that the prime essential to the assuring of a happy home lies in the
careful selection of a first class cooking stove.
No less a one than 0en Meredith said:
'We may live without poetry, music and art;
We may live without conscience and live without heart;
We may live without friends; we may live without books;
IJut civilized man cannot live without cooks."
And where's the cotik who can
live and ply her calling without
one of John 11. C x's Majestic
St.:el Hinges, one of his (.Gaso
line Stoves or l'etroleuni Ulne
'Inine Hurtiers? A"d if tin? eo.ilc
r the e n-k's i:pji fli-ets to
ako tlio .Jotii-n-i I inan's ailvii-.it.
s ihfir fauU 11 il iln-v ini-s :t
lew of Ut l; t, 1 ; l,. S:..if
hieh, from fi i-li!. ilnms to uPi-y
r-tilraiiee. is a ih'liglil lo li;i t-VM
f tb- ilirifi v ti ttlsfki--pi-i-.
THE GREAT MAJESTIC
see for ourswlf and hi
3 fiJSTIC I jKjNAJESTIC t ' J
2 wg. co. Mrs.ca. 3D
5 y sr.iouis. gf' ST.HUIS. . rj
THE GREAT MAJESTIC
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