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April 11, 1901
THE NEBRASKA INDEPENDENT
A NEW CURE FOR
Plsiists. Kssaitrya, Etc
Iitr4 -rf th EUMfi a&4 Radlr eaaee
Fr.-tt a 4.aaov fcaaatia.a. Grat paia in
baca.ta4e' 4iMrir4ii1c4iItr too frjst
tn&4r ae, Iftjf v. or ctHr di
9ium tiCiV rw is ksat ta a nw botasv
tcal -. ory. ti.o arcoMfcrrfai ea Kara e&rab
eai4 fcf bti. ... tb "s;-r tlirtictt."
fra iia ia-aTa It?. Eat lalia. Xt ItACtiM
art rrur of J.3W txut car i
4Jtty. U aeta tiiroefcy o li kidaaya. aad
ear fcf atrattitir ojt it-o biooj Lb jwi'-'
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f.a La iie I L rut. a A4rorai tit itcoaa
iH!f f4 atsa if ataUaaa and aiutaay
aa4 r. 4irr Zi.aaa ntsf Mr ata4JAaT.
faa- A $tMrai, of liartiatt. Tas
o-rta to WrntM l?ri froaa t'rtc And,
eai a4 t'rmary d.S.eaity. l-ULg Ut
sa-jcti. mumf.ue4 Ida twd. aa-d hia cuaspieta
ear ty tha kti haa atrsb Macy la4w, la-eio-iit
Mr. a-aa CaaCa. el Poo-okiO. h. '
a4 l I t'.j, Laa&caata. I.U . a a taa
Wf U ita vcawlcrf U nnliri (ovora La kllaay
a4 c.fc? d-iooritara je.Ua- to amaeaahomL
Tlt ftm taey ;,iraof ue uli4u(iWlirHl
!kMfr7 fur ywerarlf. ui a&4 yusoa
La'tr C.a bf aaaii Fra. siy aaaiLaf Uet
t-e car your-. ! yoe will rraaaftd it to
:!.. It a a frjcii as-l cannot (ail.
a ij-aaa. T Oirri kiiaf Care CaaSBpa&y.
imtfXh r lore.
YAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE
Ugh f or CcIiretWat-KMrsvr Caaatr
AhaaJ-aSaaa1 OaaxM-taalty far IU
faraa re-re to Taaa
tk War It
The collections are lighter
than uaaal. aUtough a decidedly
t-ltby toce nj&a through most of the
corrnposdrsice. Everywhere the peo
ple are waking up. notwithstanding
th fact that rprfEg work on the fans
will re2ure xcoat of thtlr attention. A
few aal only a fewhare written
eauftic letter; and. belle Ins that ev
ery raaa it entitled to hi opinion, we
rt!sa the titter with the weet- One
cf the creete surprlaea 1 the dona
tion nf $10 fcy the Fort Kearney Al
liance, thu placing Kearney county
at the hea-1 of the list, with a credit of
ti7i. Cumin. In tM report, stand
aeeond with J 140; but a collection
of llJsi ent in by EJitor Eric John
oa, of the New Era, Waboo. receiired
after til report u made up. would
gie Saacder woai place; as It
stands she has Iti&i. Other counties
oter the Z mark are: Antelope,
IZZXZ; Cutter. tZ?i Lancaster.
UZ: Io!k. VIM: Waahinrton,
$27.11; York. $22.15.
The Saunders County New Era. Wa
boo. propose placing Saunders county
at the head of the list. Contributor
tsay cali at that See and pay to Mr.
Johnson, who will remit to Secretary
lie France, thus taring them that
trouble. Other reform papers might
weil take cp the matter la a similar
manner and h!p the work along. Sec
retary lie France would gladly mall
each reform paper, oa Tuesday even
ing of each week, a statement of the
total receipts, amount contributed to
that date by the county, and list of
.-ontribster for the current week lir
in the coueiy.- Tbu each county
paper could publish for It own county
wbat The Independent publishes for
the whole state. If you want this ser
rir. ask far iu Address CQ.De
France. 1Z$ South 2-th at, Lincoln,
Prerlouly acknowledged $714 71
To Ttteday noon 7S fcO
Total SQ 21
Contribution of ZZc each, unless
ADAMS Trrrlously me knowledged,
$10 17; Aug. H. llinden-'p, clerk di
trsrt court. Haatinr: part of L. C.
Wbitfoab collection ID. S. Warwick.
Pil!s.e ee Clay county. Total.
ANTELOPE Previously acknowl
edffrd. til: Chaa. SehsJu. Elgin;
Henry H. Ilrartoa. $1. Orchard, for
Inl'pefient edition. Total. $J2.i.
liOONE Ireriocaly acknowledged.
$22.73; no receipt.
BOX I!UTTE Previously acknow.
't. $2: A. S. Heed. $3. county
treaurer. Alliance. Total. $7.a3.
BOVD Previotiily acknowledged,
$1: W. IL Heed. Butte; F. A. Iutnam.
county clerk. $1 and $1 for Indepen
dent collection; $1 by A. Erskine, 30c.
IB. L. CUsr. b-l-c: lie Flmple. 20c)
a!l Lynch. Total. $2.75.
BUFFAIjO Prertouiy acknowl
edged, ti ll; no receipt.
BURT Previously acknowledged.
fSZ: J M. IL-lckon. Loc. Oakland.
BUTLER Previous r acknowledged
$14i; J. C. Smith. Garrison; U H.
A!br. $1. Surprtae. for Independent
eo!Setioa J- C. Schroeder. Uk, Sur
prii. Ttal. $15J22.
C ASS I't i ou 1 f ac k no w led ged .
$7.7S; Ptrtvihtt. V.'r; ;r.g Water. $2.
Total, f '
CEDAR lr-rifiualy acknowledged.
$2-7 S; tJ3 iec-.pt4.
"THE HOUSE THAT
TT3 s3 r-i tVs Fall rlaM-Ptatfana Spriar
agaai l S j aaav at tbac-ut. Xuta ama
laajira cr-r f ivts.: jUe f "-i:g UJ UMCtt;
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asur-. a ara fectter. It vur
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CHASE B. F. Fulk.1 Champion.'
CHERRY Previously acknowledged
$8.25: A. P. Madson, $1, Gordon. To
CHEYENNE Previously acknowl
edged, 60c: Robert Graham, 60c, Cle
man; J. E. Hall, 35c, Llsco. Total,
CLAY Previously acknowledged,
$23.63; Fred Kahler, Deweese; A. P.
Peterson, Saronville: part cf collec
tion 75c by L. C. Whitcomb, (Adam
Abler, John Cunningham) all Spring
Ranch, see Adam county; Fred Burk
lund. 50c; C Wisen, Verona. Total,
COLFAX Previously acknowledged,
John Kopac (thoroughbred
poultry) 75c. Wells. Total, $2.
CUMING Previously acknowledged,
$44X0: no receipts.
CUSTER Previously acknowledged,
$37.95; no receipts.
DAKOTA Previously acknowledged
$2.35; no recelpts.
DAWES Previously acknowledged,
$5.50; no. receipts.
DAWSON Previously acknowl
edged, $5; E. B. Reynolds, W. R.
Shepherd. Lexington. Total, $5.50.
DIXON Previously acknowledged,
$1.25; Geo. Childs, $1. L. L. Weaver,
Wakefield. Total, $2.50.
DODGE Previously acknowledged,
$3.50; no receipt.
DOUGLAS Previously acknowl
edged. $3.50; no receipts.
DUNDY Previously acknowledged,
$1; no receipts.
FILLMORE Previously acknowl
edged, $15.50; W. II. Sisler, Geneva.
Total, $15.75. . .
FRANKLIN Previously acknowl
edged. $9; A. J. Graf, Naponee; James
Carpenter, $2, Wilcox, for Independent
collection. Total. $10.75.
FURNAS Previously acknowledged
$6.50; G. W. Knlsel, Oxford. Total,
GAGE Previously acknowledged,
$3.20; no receipts.
GARFIELD Previously acknowl
edged. 50c; no receipts.
GOSPER Previously acknowledged,
$3.65; W. II. McClellan, $1,, B. F.
Downer. $1.25. Arapahoe, both for In
dependent collection. Total, $4.90.
GREELEY Previously acknowl
edged. $4.50; no receipts.
HALL Previously acknowledged,
$23.75; W. B. Parks, J. W. Hurley,
Cameron. Total. $24.25.
HAMILTON Previously acknowl
edged, $13; Ed Cutts, Aurora: L. Truk
ken. $1. Marquette, for Independent
collection. Total, $13.75.
HARLAN Previously acknowledged
$15.25; J. L. Reneau. Alma; Henry
Chrlstensen. 50c. Orleans. Total, $lb.
HAYES Previously acknowledged,
25c; H. U. Roberson. $1, Eddy, for In
dependent collection; Populist, 50c,
Palisade. Total. $1.25.
HITCHCOCK Previously acknowl
edged. $1; no receipt.
HOLT Previously acknowledged,
$9.25; collection of $1 by S. L. Conger,
Inman, for Iriman township. Total,
HOWARD Previously acknowl
edged. $22.95; collection of $1.50 by
J. H. Welch. Cuahing. for Spring Creek
precinct. Total, $24.45.
J EFFERSON Previously acknowl
edged. $13.55; no receipts.
JOHNSON Previously acknowl
edged. $S.55; C W. Williams. $1. W.
Morton, $1. Cook, for Independent col
lection. Total, $9.05.
KEARNEY Previously acknowl
edged. $30X0; collection of $11 by L.
F. Frank. $1, Axtell. (Fort Kearney
Alliance. No. 278, $10). Total, $47.50,
Hurrah for Kearney county. She Is
at the top of the list,
KEITH Previously acknowledged,
50c; Howard Mile (general merchan
dise). James Burns. Paxton. Total, $1.
KEYA PAHA Previously acknowl
edged, SI: Two Populists, $1.50, Mills.
KIMBALL P. Q. Atkins, Dix.
KNOX Previously acknowledged,
$3X0; F. M. Grove. $1.25, Crofton, for
Independent collection; E. Peterson,
35c. Crofton. Total. $10.60.
LANCASTER Previously acknowl
edged. $23.25; collection of $1.25 by
R. A. Hawley. (Belle G. Bigelow, J.
W. Hook. Rhoda H. Stewart, I. M.
Scott), all Lincoln; H. W. Mayer, Wral-toa-
LINCOLN Previously acknowl
edged. $1.75; G. B. Scott. $1. Brady, for
Independent collection; "Cash," Bra
dy; F. V. Halverstadt. Gothenburg;
A. E. Hill. 30c, Moorefleld; P. D. Berg
strom. Spannuth. Total. $2.30.
LOUP Previously acknowledged,
$2X0; no receipts.
MPHERSON W. R. Brooking;
MADISON Previously acknowl
edged. $3X0; no receipts.
MERRICK Previously acknowl
edged. $2.75; add 25c for error post
master in Issuing money order for
Cyrus Kellogg. Chapman (reported
la&t week at $1.25; should be $1.50);
F. L. Ray, Central City. Total, $3.25.
NANCE Previously acknowledged,
$5; collection cf $2 by O. S. Finch, 75c,
for Cedar precinct (R. J. Hoy, 50c, D.
E. C. Brown. 50c. Fullerton; F. Gettlg.
Belgrade). Total. "$7.
NEMAHA Previously acknowl
edged, $7.25; Joseph Leahy, Julian.
SAVES YOU HONEY"
all a&rkory vttrala.
COH Ot'T. 8, OMAHA, NIB,
eat this ad. eat and
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SEARS, OOECUCK & CO., CUICA6C, ILL
- NUCKOLLS Previously " acknowl
edged, $2.75; Popocrat, $1, Superior.
OTOE Previously acknowledged,
$11.85; J. L. Williams, $5, Palmyra,
contribution "as state committeemen
for Otoe; L. B. Smoyer, 50c, Syracuse.
PAWNEE Previously ' acknowl
edged, $4.75; collection of $2.75 by
James L. Stewart, (Peter Billing, $1,
J. A. Berry, D. C. Donilson, 50c, J. C.
Twing, Louis Berry, C. C. Johnson),
all Pawnee City; A. E. Dewey, Tate.
Total, $7.75. - .
PHELPS Previously acknowledged
$5; Elof Hawkinson, F. L. Rundqulst,
Holdrege; John Johnette, Loomis. To
PIERCE Previously acknowledged,
$1.25; no receipts.
PLATTJS Previously acknowledged
$9.75; Populist, Humphrey; John F.
Von Bergen and Wm. Shelp, $1, Olden
busch. Total, $11. .
POLK Previously acknowledged,
$35.80; Populist, $1, Osceola; Populist,
50c, Shelby; M. L. Warner, 50c,
Stromsburg. Total, $37.80.
RED WILLOW Previously ac
knowledged, $5.55; John Wintjen, Dan
bury;' L. J. Holland, 50c, Indianola;
Jacob Stelnmetz, $1, McCook, for In
dependent collection; Frank Real, Mc
Cook. Total, 6.55.
RICHARDSON Previously ac
knowledged, $8.75; J. L. Von Bergen,
35c, Middleburg; Julius Smith, 50c,
Salem. Total, $9.60.
ROCK Previously acknowledged,
SALINE Previously acknowledged,
$20.15; no receipts.
25c; no receipts.
Sarpy Previously acknowledged,
$8; no receipts.
SAUNDERS Previously acknowl
edged, $36.70; collection of $7 by E. D.
Walker, Cedar Bluffs, for Cedar pre
cinct (no list of names submitted);
Peter Peterson, Ceresco. Total. $43.95.
SCOTTS BLUFF Previously ac
knowledged, 50c; L. A. Christian, $1,
Bayard; J. D. Gilmore, F. D. Gilmore,
Caldwell. Total, $2.
SEWARD Previously acknowl
edged, $16.75; collection of $1.50 by F.
E. Weinhold (P. Peterson, Ole P. Pe
terson, Chas. Whitnah, J. H. Johnson,
Daniel Brown) all Utica; "Box 68,"
Seward. Total, $18.50.
SHERIDAN Previously acknowl
edged, 70c; J. F. Bradford, H. F. Was
mund sr., $1, oounty treasurer, Rush
ville. .Total, $1.95.
SHERMAN Previously acknowl
edged, $5.50; no receipts.
STANTON Previously acknowl
edged, $7.50; no receipts.
THAYER Previously acknowledged
$3.40; no receipts.
THURSTON Previously acknowl
edged, 75c; no receipts.
VALLEY Previously acknowledged
$4.95; E. C. Tappan, Robert Preston,
North Loup; collection of $1.50 by J.
H. Cronk, 60, (S. Bohannon, D. Buss,
Chas. Stickler, Wm. Dye), all Ord. To
WASHINGTON Previously ac
knowledged, $37.11; no receipts.
WAYNE Previously acknowledged,
$4.30; David Herner, Pender. Total,
WEBSTER Previously acknowl
edged, $16.90; no receipts.
WHEELER Previously acknowl
edged, $5.96; Hon. Peter Dahlsten; $1,
Ericson. representative 49th district.
YORK Previously acknowledged,
$30.05; P. B. Huff, $1, York, for Inde
pendent collection; collection of $1.60
by J. D. P. Smail for Leroy township
(S. P. Allen, Clyde Wheeler, Henry
Glover, James Harrison, Chas. Tho
mas, Z. W. Sutton, 10c) and for Mc
Fadden township (Wm. Neville) all
York. Total, $32.15.
UNKNOWN Previously acknowl
edged, 50c; no receipts.
"I do not feel like Mr. Williams of
Palmyra," writes L. B. Smoyer of
Syracuse, Otoe. "I think the debt was
legally contracted and ought to be
paid; and I am willing to pay my part
of it." In justice to Mr. Williams, Sec
retary De France explains that Mr.
Williams is not only willing to put his
shoulder against the hand-spike, but
that he has done so to the extent of a
crisp $5 note, which he contributes
personally to be credited to Otoe coun
ty. Mr. Williams, like many an
other good worker, is more inclined to
help do the heavy lifting than to stand
by and do the grunting while the oth
Once in "auld lange syne" the state
farmers' alliance came to the relief of
the people's independent party, and
lifted a big burden of campaign debts.
And where these alliances still exist,
there is still the old time feeling of
helping the good work along, not only
by good-wishes, but also by good acts.
This week L. F. Frank of Axtell, Kear
ney county, sends in $11, of which $1
is his own contribution and $10 is do
nated by Fort Kearney Alliance No.
278, the oldest alliance in that county.
Mr. Frank says: "Fort Kearney Al
liance No. 278 is the oldest alliance in
Kearney county, and contributes $10 t:
the campaign fund. The original char
ter was granted in 1881. Bearing an
historic name, it has well earned a
place In the reform history of Kearney
county and the state of Nebraska. Its
members have always been found
wjrking earnestly Jor every measure
that was for the good of the great
mass of the people. Some of its most
zealous and active members have
joined the silent hosts of the dead, but
those who survive are animated by the
same spirit that prompted them to or
ganize the alliance 20 years t-go. 'Equal
rights to all and special privileges to
none' has been the watchword, and for
this they have labored. The members
of this alliance have given a great deal
of time, money and lab6r to the reform
cause and are still in the field, as 13
evidenced by this contribution. Would
that the true alliance spirit animated
every populist today, and this debt
would Boon be wiped out. It is a debt
of honor, and every member of the
party should look upon it as such and
do what he can toward paying it. Let
us contribute our mites and it will
soon be done." Such letters give the
ways and means committee courage to
go ahead with its work. But its bed
is not all roses and no thorns as the
following paragraph will show. ,
Mr. Phi. Soule of Fllley, Gage, has a
large-sized grievance. This is the way
he "dresses down" Secretary De
France for having the temerity to ask
him, committeeman, of Filley town
ship, to assist in raising funds to help
FARMERS SUPPLY ASSOC1AT
128-130-132 North 13th Street, LINCOLN, NEBRASKA
Having purchased a large stock of the best Oak Tanned Harness at a big reduction, we are going to give our cuBtomera
the benefit of the lessened price. v We have made a reduction of 7 per cent from the list price in our Catalogue. All who
have our Catalogue may, until further notice, deduct 7 per cent from prices quoted in Catalogue. ;
x Last week the type-setter got our prices and cuts 01 harness badly mixed, making the prices appear far too high. Note
difference in cuts and prices quoted herein. We guarantee all goods as represented, ship goods subject to examination, the
and guarantee safe delivery. v , ,
No. 831 Single
No.2061 Team Harness
Campbell lock stitch. Imi
tation hand sewed. Bridles
t-inch sensible blinds; com
bination fronts and winker
braces; flat reins.' Hames.
No. 150, iron over top. Pads,
Keystone, with dees. ' Back
straps, i-inch, hip , straps
i-inch. Traces li
inch, 6 feet, double and
stitched. Lines 1-inch, 18
feet, with snaps. Breast
straps li-inch, with snaps
and slides. Pole straps li
inch. Collars, black leather
back and rim, russet face,
metal sewed. XC. One
hitch strap. Price $2 0-50-With
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Drills, Corn. Planters, Listers, Binder Twine, Household Goods
Furniture, Carpets, Bed Room Suits, Iron Beds.
Everything you need in the
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Send for Catalogue and Price List. It is Free.
FARMERS SUPPLY ASSOCIATION
liquidate the populist indebtedness:
"Your letter of February 1, 1901,
was received, read and laid aside. Yes
terday I received a marked copy of
Nebraska Independent relative to the
same thing, i. e.: the collection of
money. You do not seem to under
stand why any old pop or democrat
should not with pleasure and alacrity
cough up to defray, or help defray,
any expense which a committee, with
which his voice or influence amounts
to nothing, sees fit to contract. It is
plain to me that if we, the fellows be
low, do the work, there are plenty to
take the honor. I cannot tell you all
I would like to for want of space. But,
in what way, I would ask, are you fel
lows up there different from the re
publicans? In a great majority of
cases, simply this: You are out and
they are in. Look, if you will, how the
institute at Beatrice was managed for
the last few years. Look over the
whole field where patronage was to be
distributed and see how carefully a
gang ; of politicians was working to
fasten -themselves onto some teat
and let the devil take the rest. Why
don't they help you now?
"Men, who I supposed were manly,
last fall cursed and threatened and ar
gued in order to get the Poynter ad
ministration supported, so that they or
some of their relatives might hold
some job thereunder. T know whereof
I speak. . I am opposed to this sucking
system of ; yours whereby you would
make the many help carry a few who,
if not wholly disho' rable, are, to say
the least, politicians and the name
implies a good deal. I know a number
of them, having met them at county
and state conventions, and I do not ap
prove of their methods and will not
contribute to-support then.
"The country patriot an" voter is all
right when work, money or otes are
wanted, but afterward, when all is de
livered the town politician comes
meekly in and claims the reward. As
committeeman of Fu.ey ; township I
wish to say that 1 will not ask any of
my friends or neighbors to pay any
money over to the party which .seems
to consider us of no higher Importance
than this." .- .
It is Mr. Soule's undoubted right
not only to refuse to contribute on his
own account, but also to neglect wil
fully his duties as precinct committee
man. Contributing nothing, either in
time or money, however, toward ac
complishing the .work ' for" which the
Strap Buggy Harness.
No. 831 Single Strap Buggy
Imitation hand sewed Camp
Bridle, f -inch over-check, box
loops, round winker stay; breast
collar lt-inch; traces 1-inch,
stitched to breast collar.
Breeching lf-iach, side straps
t-inch, hip straps 4-inch, turn
back i-inch, round crupper.
Saddle 24-inch No. 1 strap iron
jockey, harness leather skirts,
leather bottom. Belly band,
Griffith buckle. Lines -inch
to loop in, with hitch strap.
XC or Jap. Price $8 60
nickle or imitation rubbef $1.50
ways and means committee was ap
pointed, Mr. Soule places himself out
side the class who are really entitled
"A Popocrat" out at Superior has
this to say: "Please find enclosed $1
to help pay off the populist party debt.
I am a democrat, but I am not one of
those who vote the name instead of for
principle. I believe in the most dem
ocratic government possible. Whoever
believes in the mass of the people con
trolling the government is a democrat,
no matter what party he may affiliate
with; but I do not consider a man
democratic when he votes with a par
ty that is controlled by corporations.
"I see in The Independent that Mr.
Plumb of Colfax county does not want
to be bothered, any more, and Mr.
Houtz of Boone is sore because his
county candidates were defeated.
These men are weak, and would make
good republicans. The populists in
Nebraska have had most all of the
state offices, the United States sena
tor, and a majority of the congress
men what more could they ask for?
If the democrats and populists had
not fused, the republican party would
never have lost an election in this
state. I am for fusion, because the fu
sionists gave Nebraska the best gov
ernment she ever had and the fusion
forces can win again if they get out
and work. ,
The gold bug democrats are going
to control the next national democratic
convention which will mean, a new
reform party, and the followers of Bry
an, Towne, Allen and others will have
to organize this party. So Messrs.
Plumb, Houtz, and others had better
be ready to take part. I do not care
what name may be adopted for this
party, but let the principles be what
we want. Fuslonlsts in , Nebraska
should feel encouraged, because the
corporation lawyers are in full control
of . the republican party and are at
their old tricks. So let the fusion
forces get out and elect some good
man judge of the supreme court next
James Carpenter, committeeman of
Lincoln township, Franklin, (Wilcox),
sends in $2 for the Independent collec
tion and reports that his neighbors
are very hard run on' account of last
year's crop failure. He does right In
making ho effort to collect funds, un
der the circumstances. That has been
the understanding all along. 'No per-
No. 33610 Concord Team Hiiniess; s - . ,
No. 33610 Concord Team Harness, Campbell Lock Stitch. Bridies
I-inch, flat reins, combination fronts, sensible blinds, face piece with
Concord spots. Hames No. 250 oiled bolt. Breeching, folded, li
inch layer; i-inch double back straps runniug to rings in hames;
i-inch double hip straps; i-inch side straps; traces lW-inch, 6 feet,
doubled and stitched; lines 1-inch, 18 feet, with snaps; breast straps
li-inch, with snaps and slides; pole straps li inch; collar straps J
inch; collars, black russet face, metal sewed; Jap; one hitch strap.
Price, $23 75 with Collars 27 50
This harness in heavy li-inch back straps, li-inch double hip straps,
li-inch side straps, lf-inch traces,' li-inch 20-foct lines. Loner.
Ground check reins, check strap with snap, cropper snapped on. A
VvT heavy Uoncord Harness. AH hand finished. Sold everywhere
for pm $38 to W0. Our price $28 50 with collars $32 25
No. 2771 Double Buggy Harness.
Campbell Lock Stitch.
Price $15, with Collars, $18.50.
. Bridles, i-inch box loops, overcheck, round winker stay; llama
tugs, box loops, 71b iron hames; Pads, straight, enamel drill bot
toms, skirts single, bearers double and stitched: turn-backs f -inch
scalloped; round cruppers; Belly bands, folded; Traces, 1-inch, 6-foot
4 inches; double and stitched; Lines, 1 inch throughout; Neck Yoke
Straps, li.inch; Choke Straps, i-inch; Collars, all black, kip buggy,
thread sewed, one buckle; one hitch strap. Jap, with imitation rub
ber fancy trimmed pads.
CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION
STATE OE NEBRASKA
AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS
Lincoln, Neb., Feb. 1, 1901.
it is hereby certified that the
National Standard Insurance
Company of New York, in
the State of New York
has complied with the insuraece law of this
state applicable to such companies and is
therefore authorized to continue the business
Of - - . ; - ,
Fire and Lightning Insurance
in this state for. the current year ending Jan
nary 81, 1902. - -
Mr itness my hand and the seal of the Auditor
of Public Accounts the day and year first a bore
written. , i :.
, v CHARLES WESTON,
' Auditor Pnblio Accounts.
By H. A. Babcoek, Deputy.
CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION ;
STATE OF NEBRASKA
OFFICE OF .
AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS
Lincoln, February i, tool. ,
It is hereby certified that the .
Provident Savings Life Assur
ance Society of New York,
in the State of New York
has complied with the insurance law of this
state applicable to Such companies and is there
fore authorised to continue the business of
in this state for the current year ending- January
31,1902. . .
Witness my hand and the seal of the Auditor
of Public Accounts the day and year first abort
; Auditor Public Accounts.
By H. A. BABCOCK, Deputy.
CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION
STATE OF NEBRASKA
AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS
Lincoln, Neb. Feb. 1, 1901.
It is hereby certified that the
Assurance Company of Amer
ica of New York in the
State of New York
has complied with the Insurance Law of this
State applicable to such Companies and is
therefore authorized to Continue the business
Fire and Lightning Insurance
in this State for the current year ending Jana
uary 31, 1902.
Witness my hand and the seal of tha Auditor
of Public Accounts tha day and year first a bore
written. CHARLES WESTON.
Auditor of Publio Accounts. ..
By H. A. Babcoek, Deputy.
CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION
STATE OP NEBRASKA
1 OFFICE OF
AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS
Lincoln, February 1, 1901.
It is hereby certified that the Fidelity Ma
tual Life Insurance Co., of Philadelphia in tha
State of Pennsylvania has complied with the
Insuranoe Law of thia State applicable to such
Companies and is therefore authorized to con
tinue the business of Life Insurance in this
State for the current year ending January 31,
Witness my hand and the seal of the Auditor
of Publie Accounts the day and year first above
Auditor of Publio Accounts.
By H. A. BABCOCK, Deputy. -
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