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THE FAKMEKS' ALLIANCE, LINCOLN, NEB., THURSDAY , SEPT. 17, 1891.
SPECIAL ATTENTION ! !
We invite special attention to our
propositioa in this week's issue lor a
subscription to place The iUAKCE in
the hands ct Ttcenty Thousand republican
and democrat' utters of this slate. We
will do this for four thousand dollars;
and this sum should be easily raised by
friends of the reform movement. There
should be four thousand men spring up
at once and plant one deilur each for
this purpose. But while we can hardly
expect this, many will send much more.
We have already received many orders
for the paper on this principle.
All subscriptions under this proposi
tion will Le acknowledged weekly in
Remember our object is to reach those
republicans and democrats who will
not themselves take independe at papers.
There is more rejoicing in heaven over
one sinner that repenteth than over
ninety aud nine who are already saved.
There is no time to lose in this work.
There are still thousands of republicans
and democrats who are in utter dark
ness. Speed the tight!
Cheering News From Cedar County.
Editor Alliance: We have had a
pretty good shaking up of the dry bones
in this county. Hon. 0. Hull, Mr.
Pratt of Merrick, and I. D. Chamber
lain, were here and did noble work.
Mr. Hull spoke at Andrew, Randolph
and Logan Valley. The speech at Lo
gan Valley v.as a masterpiece. Mr.
Hull spoke far two and one-half hours
and converted several hide-bouud re
publicans. Thee gentlemen were fol-'
lowed up by Hon. Win. V. Allen of
Madison, the independent candidate
for district judge of the ninth district,
who spoke at Whitney's Grove, near
Randolph. Judge Allen's speech was
pronounced to lie the finest thing ever
delivered in the county.
Wilbcb F. Bryant.
Nominees in Box Butte County.
Alliance, Neb., Sept. 9, 1801.
Editor Alliance: The independent
party of Box Butte county met in con
vention at Hemingford, September 5tb,
ad nominated a full couuty ticket.
The county nominees are: County
judge, J. M. Jackson; sheriff. S. B.
Libby; coroner, F. J. Fregott; treasurer,
J. H. Griffith; clerk, J. K.. Neal; super
intendent public schools, Mrs. Geo.
Young; commissioner 1st district, Alex.
The convention also endorsed Chas.
T.Jenkins for district judge of the 5th
judicial district and instructed their
delegates to vote accordingly. C. J.
The Electric Light Swindle in Lincoln.
Editor Alliance: Experience Is
considered the best school in which to
lear'j, as, one never forgets his experi
ence, espeoially if he pays dearly for it.
To thin rule however there are excep
tions, of which our present electric light
contract is a good example.
Our first contract was only a modified
form of highway robbery. This lot be
ing severe enough to thoroughly cut our
eye teeth we calmly submit to a modifi
cation of this contract to make us pay
about twenty -five per cent more for our
lights than the price stipulated. And
that which surprises mo most is that the
citizens have not raised their protest
I think it would be hard to find a citi
zen of Lincoln who would be willing to
admit that our city was not as enter
prising and as willing to take care of
our own interests as our sister Topeka,
and many smaller cities in the United
States. But nevertheless we find To
peka owning her own electric light
plant and lighting the city for less than
iifty per cent of what we are paying to
our electric light company.
Why is it that our taxpayers are will
ing to pay $30,000 more in five years for
lighting our city than is necessary if our
city owned its own plant ? Is it because
a few shares of stock has been distri
buted among some of our influential cit
izens where it would do the most good?
Is it possible that the taxpayers or' this
city are willing to be robbed in order
that the pockets of a few influential pol
iticians nip.y be leathered? No, 1 think
not. The facts are they have never
thought of the subject, and I venture to
say that 73 per cent of our citizens can
not tell to-day what cur lights are cost
"But," says one, "the company has
the contract and it is practically let for
ten years. What are we goiDg toco?''
My solution is this: It is conceded that
the contract was let illegally. If so, let
our city council declare it at an end,
and put in a plant of our own, usiDg
the F street water plant as fai as possi
ble, and pay the present company for
their poles, wires and light ail they are
worth or what it would cost to dupli
cate them. If this cannot be done, then
discontinue all of the new lights except
the sixty original for which our contract
calls, aud replace the lights by the city
plant and furnish commercial lighting
at a small profit, which could bo done
at 50 per cent of the present price and
still leave a proiit to the city of 73 to 80
Taking into consideration the reduced
price at which incandescent lights could
be had, it would only be a short time
until the revenue from that source alone
would pay for the lighting of our streets
and thereby save that entire item of ex
pense, which at present is in the neigh
borhood of $25,000 per year, thereby
not only giving everyone the benefit of
better light at a reasonable price, but
relieving the tax-payer of one large
item of expense.
"But," says one, "do yon propose to
put in a plant and not make good to
this company the loss they must neces
sarily sustain by putting in such a
plant?" wkich I would answer with a
question: "If you had lost your over
coat or horse and buggy and found it in
possession of the electric company,
would you think it only just that you
should pay them the value of it before
taking possession yourself? Now we
made a contract which was obtained, to
say the least, illegally and by
underhanded means. Th&y have put
in their present plant and it would be
just as reasonable to say the city should
pay rent on Mr. Fitzgerald's large
building by the B. & M. depot, or that
after the B. & M. had built its road into
Lincoln that all others should be barred
unless they pay tribute to the B. & M.,
as it would for the city of Lincoln to be
bound to protect this corporation that
they might continue to lloece its tax
pavers. The fact that throughout the United
States wherever municipal lighting has
been put into effect it hs reduced the
cost on an average of 50 pr cent is
surely evidence euotith to start the cit
izens of Lincoln to thinking, and as the
opportunity is open for action, to act.
We kave Ujen having our experience
and paying well for it, and must con
tinue to pay unless something is done.
Therefore, citizens of Lincoln, I move
you that this subject be thoroughly in
vestigated, ml if there is a possible
chance to better our condition' in this
respect to at once take the proper step
in that direction. As this move has
been seconded by thousands of our best
citizens the question is now opeu for
discussion. Are there any remarks
; The attempt of the corporations to
organize railway clubs to prevent any
legislation by the farmers has been a
dismal failure. Railroad men have
their eye'i open and they know that
government ownership of railways will
give them mucb better treatment than
they now receive. About all that be
longs to the organization so far is the
railway lawyers. They know if the
government takes the road.) they would
loose a great snap ;nd they will do all
they can to prevent it. There is an
enormous amount of money spent in
litigation that would be entirely cut off
by the government ownership. The
lawyers know it full well and that is
why they rally to the support of our
John M. Thurston who says his party
has the Alliauce killed and that his ser
vices aro not needed in Nebraska, so he
is going to Ohio to help Bill McKinley
finish the gref.t scheme he has on bands
McKinley it is believed has bought
out Campbell and in turn Farmer
Wheeler of Iowa has Isold out to Boies,
and our Wail street folks think by mak
ing such trades as thp.t and organizing
the railway men they could probably
defeat the people's movement. But
they might just as well save their extra
efforts for they will accomplish naught
at such work. Several railway men in
Omaha have spoken to your corres
pondent about the organization, and
they all agree that it is only a scheme
hatched up by the general oflicers, and
that few if any real working railway
men aro in the order.
Douglas county independents put a
straight ticket in the field and it is con
sidered an extra goad selection of men.
The convention was harmonious from
beginning to end. No one wanted to
The Omaha Bet still declares the
county had better loso McKinley than
Sherman. That reveals the cloven foot
of the Bee and shows that it cares much
less for protection than it does of the
money question. The Ben had just as
well quit, for it is now making itself
more and more ridiculous every Issue.
The Alliance last week showed up its
"editor" in good chape and those ar
ticles were in demand by the Omaha
people. The committee appointed by
the K. of L. to collect papers have sev
eral calls for last week's issue. More
and mors the money question comes to
:ne irgni. r
The state auditor after making an exi
tended examination of the Home Fire
Insurance Company of Omaha, pub
lishes the following statement to the
I, Thomas H. Benton, Auditor of
Public Accounts do hereoy certify that
I have this day completed a careful and
thorough examination of the Home
Fire Insurance Company of Omaha,
Nebraska, and that I find said Com
pany possessed of assets amounting to
$287,537.57, and net surplus over and
above the legal reserve for insurance in
force, capital and all liabilities of $32,
717.12. The Home Fire is in asound financial
and first class condition, and its books
aud affairs in every respect very satis
factory; the company being conducted
on tound and convervative business
In testimony, whereof, I have here
unto set my hand and official seal at
Lincoln, Nebraska, this 25th day of
July, 1801. Titos. H. Benton,
H-lw Auditor Public Account?.
The Oregon Alliance Herald takes up
the assertion of a prominent loen agent
that one good crop with fair prices will
destroy the industrial agitation, and
asks the following questions:
We would like to ask if one good crop
with fair prices will destroy railroad
Will it equalize the burdens of taxa
tion? Will it stop usury extortion ?
Will it do away with child labor?
Will it give work to the millions of
idle men id the country at remunerative
Will it give the millions of female em
ployes living wages?
Will it destroy speculation in land,
the heritage of God's children?
Will it destroy speculation in thef8od
products of the world?
Will it prevent the lockout of honest
working people, thereby forcing up
prices by limiting the output?
Will it destroy the jobbery that now
exists in every branch of the public ser
vice, wringing millions out of the peu
ple to salisfy the greed of a lot of slick
Will it secure an equal and exact ad
ministration of justice to all people
Will it shorten the hours of toil?
Will it stop Rambling in futures and
Will it remonetize silver and restore
free and unlimited coinage?
Will it loosen the hold of Wall Street
on the production of the country?
Will it stop stock watering and wring
the billions of water out of the funded
securities of the country?
Will it correct allorsny of thedamna
ble ills that have grown out of the past
evil administration by the old political
mi s. iTiary ijaytou' wtn is wmg coil-
tested in South Dakota courts. The con'
test involves f-XK),000.
Frank Parrish, witness in the celebrated
Detroit abduction case, has proven bim
self to be a confidence man of the first
J. T.M. BWIGABT. EDITOR.
This Department will b edited for the be
eflt of Mutual lucuraoce Companies through
out the State.
We have now a Cyclone Insurance
company. Satu'l Lichty. Falls City,
president; O. Hull. Greenwood, vice
president; J. Y. M. Swigart, Lincoln,
secretary and treasurer.
Directors are, Saui'l Lichty, O. Hull,
Geo. A. Abbott, Wn. Ebert. I. N. Leo
nard, A. L. Taylor and J. Y. M. Swi
gart. We now have $47,000 contingent ap
plications written, but it has been stipu
lated in the by-laws of the company that
no insurance will take effect until we
have $150,000 worth of property insured,
therefore let all take hold and help to
push our company to the front, and
thereby save from '30 to 75 per cent of
the amount now paid to stok compa
nies. Remember this companv is exclusive
ly Cyclone. Tornado and Wind storm.
In Iowa there was a like company or
ganized in 18S4. The total cost to mem
bers to January 1st, 181)1, was $4.00 per
$1,000 insurance, 57 cents per annum, or
83 for live years insurance. Please
compare these figures wi.h those on
your stock company policy.
We want one or more good agents in
In writing please state in what part
of the county you live.
President Powers in Nebraska.
Hon. J. II. Powers, president of state
Alliance, will fill a number of appoint
ments in Nebraska during the next sixty
days and we this week announce the
Rock Falls Sept. 17.
Trenton ' 18.
McCook " 10.
Other aDDoiutmcntg will be announced
as soon as arrangements are completed.
, Merrick County to the Front.
State Lecturer Hull, Assistant Lec
turer Pratt and other interesting speak
ers will aauress a meeting oi tne Alli
ance and independents at Central City,
on October 10th. All parties are urged
to atter d this meeting as the speakers
announced have a state reputation and
will interest and instruct those present
upon the questions of reform that are
demanding the attention of.all tn.e citi
zens of a free country. Every precinct
in the county should be well represented.
The Joliet Strowbridge Co. of Joliet,
111., have an enviable reputation as
manufacturers of superior farm ma
chinery. Their Peerless Feed Grinder
is one of the beet now on the market
and receives tho endorsement of every
farmer using if. Our readers cr.a rely
apoa getting value received when ueai-
iug with this compaay. See tbeir ad
vertisement this week and write them
Why send a million aDd a half dollai I
out of Nebraska every year for eastern
- Mnsurance, and complain of hard times.
insure in Home Companies, and keep
your money at home. Home Compa
nies loan their money m Nebraska, and
it is kept in circulation in onr own
state. Not a dollar is loaned in Ne
braska by Eastern Fire Insurance Com
panies, nor can they by the laws of the
eistera states, loan their money in the
Cheap as the Cheapest.
We wish to say to the readers of this
paper that our fall stock of dress good?,
cloaks, flannels, blankets and woolen
underwear is now complete, 'all fresh
and new. We can sell you nearly eTery
thing cheaper than last year. We give
a most cordial invitation to every farm
er and reader of this paper to visit our
store and make your fall purchases.
You cr.n depend on us to be always the
cheapest. J. W. Winger & Co.,
110'J U St., Lincoln, iNci).
A representative of this paper recent
ly called at the Omaha Commercial Col
lege, owned and operated by Rohrbough
Bros., and is pleased to state that it is
the leading institution of its kind in tho
state. Their new quarters surpass any
thing west of Chicatro. They now have
room for 500 students and aro employ
ing eitrht regular teachers. Students
are rolling in fmm all quarters and the
fall term is opening most auspiciously.
Rohrbough Bros, are locating scores of
young men in places to work for tneir
board while in school and spiemua posi
tions when they are through.
The short-hand and type writing de
partment of this institution deserves
soeckil notice, for it is, by far, the most
thoroughly equipped there is to be found.
Prof. Mosher, the principal of this de
partment, is the most systematic teach
er in the country. This institution en
rolled more students last year than all
the business colleges in the state com
bined. The Alliance takes pleasure in thor
oughly recommending this institution
to its readers. If you want a thorough
commercial training at a first class in
stitution be sure you write to these
parties and get their catalogue. We
desire to call attention to the advertise
ment of this ccllege which appears in
this issue. ' It
SILVER MINING IN THE NATION.
Companies Organized to Develop the In
dustry in the Indian Territory,
Tishomi.voo, I. T., Sept. 15. For a
period of years the Chickasaw Indians
have known of rich deposits of the
precious miuerals in their country, but
tearing lest when it came to the knowl
edge of the white men the scenes of the
northwest would be re-enacted, and
they guarded their secret carefully and
have not even ventured to work ths
mines themselves. Oct. 2, 1890, the
Chickasaw legislature passed an act per
mitting the leasing of these mineral
lands. Upon the passage of this act the
Anvil Rock Mining company took out a
charter. The incorporators were old
citizens (either full bloods or sqnaw
men) of the Chickasaw Nation. The
Silver Queen Mining company of Ard
more, of which R. Stuart Rnmin and
Samuel Zuckennan are president and
manager, leased the territory covered
by the charter of the Amort Rock Min
ing company. Assays of one sample of
ore show $31.00 of silver to the ton. Old
miners declare the mineral deposit to be
the richest they have ever seen.
(She la Diss Debar.
Cincinnati, Sept. 15. A telegram hrs
been received from George Ck Solomon
declaring that 5 lies Ava is liis
NEW SHOE STORE FOR BARGAINS
THE BEST LINE OF SCHOOL SHOES IN THE CITY.
1015 O STREET. 1015,
Sale, .d.,.n. Par, .,. jjyj. grjQ AUCTIONEER.
Catalogues compiled. Write for price aud date. I Guarantee satisfaction.
Office over First National Bank.
Mention this paper. 14-8rn LINCOLN, NEBRASKA.
WYATT-BULLARD LUMBER Co.
Wolesale Lumber Merchants.
SOtla and Izard. Sts., Omaha, Net).
Farmers and Consumers trade solicited. Wr'te us for prloes delivered t your
station. 14 t
BO TOO WAIT AH EDUCATION?
, Special Premiums.
TCITIOX, Rnard and Ronm rent In the
Fremont Nornl School and Jlukineits
For the largest list of subscribers for Thb
Fahm Bits' Alliance at our club rate of one
dollar a roar, received by January 1st, 18112,
we will give Tuition, Board aud Kooin
Kent for one Your In the Fremont Norm ill
School and Business Institute.
For the second largest list received by the
same date we will give Tuition for One Year,
This offeror tuition Includes the following
courses: Preparstory, Tcacbcrf. Elective.
Svlentiflo, lacsic and Business course.
Terms in this school open as follows:
Fall term, September 1st; First Winter
term, tun.l(tlOi Beoond Winter "term,
January 17; First Spring term, March 00;
Becand Spring term. May 00; Summer term,
The cash value ef the first premium is One
Hundred and Eighty Dollars. Of the sec
ond premium Fifty Dollar.
The president of the Fremont Institute Is
W. H lvmuions.
PuliBOriptioti can be lent In at any time,
Vut persons Intending to compete for the
premiums eheuld notify us so that proper
credits can be given.
See advertisement of the Institution in an
SURGEONS AND PHYSICIANS,
7 3m SIS South 12th Street,
OMAHA. : : : : NEBRASKA,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
3m Room II HIcbard's Blc k
General practice. Lincoln, Nebraska.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Boom 7 Billings'.y Block.
LINCOLV, : ; ; : NERRASKA.
, A. SHOEMAKER,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Calls promptly attended tonight
ordar. Telephone Bj.
Fine Hog Sale.
I will sell at public miction on Tues
da', September 22, 1891, at my farm
two and a half miles northeast of Neligh,
Antelope couuty. Neb., about 150 head
of thoroughbred Foland China and small
Yorkshire swine, young and old, male
and female. We furnish no fancy
pictures to impress you that we own ail
the best hogs. This will be the largest
hog sale ever held ir the state and will
include many line show animals nome
of which have take. premiums at otr
state fair. There will also be our entire
lot of Plymouth Rock fowls of both
sexes among the offerings. Early
lunch at noon. Salebgins at 12 o'clock
sharp. We will run teams from Neligh
up to 11 o'clock on day of salo. Terms:
Six months time on trood security at 10
per rout interest. Five per cent off for
cash. Parties wanting time must bring
recommendations from bankers.
L. H. Sl'tek, Prop.
Col. F. M. Wootjs, Auc.
Parr Painting Company 1515 O Street.
House painting and paper hanging.
Signs a specialty. Call and ge our fig
ures on work. Will trade work for
horso and wagon. tf
Lost, strayed or stolen, one bay mare,
age U years, a little knee sprung, witn
splints on front legs. Left my place
about three weeks ago. Finder will
please notify, me and I will come for
her and settle all costs. Please addres?,
H. Albers, 419 D St., Liacoln, Neb.
Of 80 acres for salo in Nuckolls
county, 6 miles from county seat 2 miles
from railroad station. Terms Part
cash part time at 0 per ceut interest.
For particulars address
L. M. Higgin,
18 4t Cambridge, Neb.
Several fine stock farms of 1,000 acres
each in Lincoln county, for sale. Only
820 acres east of city for sale cheap.
5 and 40 acre tracts near Lincoln, for
sale or trade.
Land in Western Kansas and Ne
braska for sale or trade.
We want 80 acres eaa or southeast of
Room 1, 010O street.
ALLEN ROOT. ' GFi). 8. BROWN,
Stuck Airt. Neb. State Formerly Salus
Farmers' Alliance, man A.L.8.C Co.
Office and Financial M gr. talesman.
SHIP YOUR OWN STOCK.
Room 34 Exchange Building,
South Omaha, Nebraska.
Before you ship send for the market.
First National Bank of Omaha. 14-tf
Commercial National Bank. Omaha,
i'ackers National Hunk. Oinalia.
Neoi-atka 8aviuirsaml Exchange B'k, Omaha.
Central City ilank. Central City. Neb,
' NO CULLS,
None but superior animals to make
PRICES LOWER THAN THE LOWEST
When quality Is considered.
ifl SELECT ANIMALS in
4U ALL GUARANTEED 4U
To make a choice from.
Come and be convinced that I mean buI
nexs. Lonsr rtime. small profits and (rood
horses may be expeoted. 14 Dm
RED POLLED CATTLE
My second sale of Red Polls will bo at ihe
H. I. Ktocs Yards In Doj Moines, la., 8cpl., VI.
lwto. at I o'olock. p. m. For Catalogues and
further information apply to
L. F. Hosb, Iowa City, la.
Col. Jons Scoit, Auctioneer,
14 'it Nevada, Iowa.
A Law Library for Sale
Three hundred volumes, including; 108 vol
umes of N. V. Reports, dood as new.
If not sooner sold, will be offered at public
sale Sept, 30, at t p in., at Mr. Marks office,
2d floor McMurtry building-, llth St.
Address or call on
J. W. Hartley,
H-2t Cor. l'ltb and M 8ts. Lincoln, Neb.
Dry Goods, Carpels, Mm,
Shoes, Croceries, Etc.
Largest Stock in the City.
Country Troduce (butter and
eggs) taken in exchange frfr
merchandise. Our ' store is
headquarters for the farmers of
Lancaster County. 52tf
Corner I Oth and P Streets.
V. J. THOIIP Co.,
Rubber Starips, Seals,
Dtencus, Badges and
Vt Bvery Description. Established 1880.
3 U. Iltk t)U, LINCOLN, KIT
THE FARMERS' ALLIANCE
IN THE HANDS OF
Twenty Thousand Republican and Democratic Voters in Nebraska-
The publishers of "The Alliance" will send
the paper to 20,000 Republican and Democratic voters in
this State ior three months.
Wherever this paper is read it converts
men to the Independent principles.
The true aim of proselyting work should
be to reach men who do not belong to our party and
who will not themselves pay for our paper.
This can be done Only in the Way we Propose.
The paper will be sent under this offer to
lists of names furnished by donators, or if
names are not so furnished, to lists obtained
from State and County committeemen, but
only to voters who are not independents.
Donations from fifty cents and upward
will be received. t
The names of all subscribers to this fund
with amount of donation will be published
weekly in "The Alliance."
This is giving a 66 column 8 page paper 3
months for 20 cents. We do not make a far
thing by this deal, but do it solely for the good
of the cause.
Time is Snor
ALLIANCE PUBLISHING CO.,
Omaha '-. Commercial '-. College.
KOHKBOUQH BROS , PROP'S. COR. SIXTEENTH AND DOUGLAS BTS.
NEW Jl'AHTKU W now occupy the finest tieir quarters In the country. Our rooms
ore simply eleirant. Steam het, hard wood anil nil flnltli and every oonventence. )L)e
riartments all separated with glass and sliding partitions. We hare the finest Actual Busi
ness Department in the VS. 8. Eyerythinir new and In fine Shane. Our Shorthand and Trim.
writing; department cannot be beaten. FALL
in. ivu ctin iiikhi .117 Lin.R. mmrn mr v;n!o iiuura wura or fst.i ner ween, new cata
logue out. and will be sent to any address free with a beautiful specimen of penmanship.
We had 7114 student! last year. We can now aconmmor'ate 1UO0. Coma and attend the beat
equipped sntionl in the western states. Write
Aleutian The ALLlaNCB.l U Addresa
May claim to be
THE ONLY ALLIANCE STORE I H 1ST
But you're too well posted to be taken in by any such talk as that.
You know that tho old reliable firm of W. R. BENNETT & CO., Omaha, has built np
a trade that extends all over the west, and is second to none in this part of
the country. Those who have traded with us know why our business is
ever on the increase. It's because we always do just exactly what
we say we'll do, and use every endeavor to make a person who is
once a customer always a customer. Everything sold by us is ful
ly warranted to be exactly as represented, and our cus
tomers know that Bennett's prices are the lowest.
Here are a few just as a sample. .
Mule Matches, per box 01
Clothes pins, perdoz 01
Scouring soap 05
Lemon extract 05
Largo bottle blue. 05
Can of Star lye. 05
Can Oil sardines 05
Crackers per lb .00
Vanilla extract 08
Can Salmon 10
" Cove Oysters 10
Three sacks salt 10
Seven bars Fern Soap 25
Eight bars B. B. soap 25
Harnes snaps 01
1 hole mouse trap 01
Nutmeg grater 01
Tacks per box 01
If you come to the city drop in and gee us; we'll make yoar call a pleasant one
whether you want to buy anything or not. We want to wake your acquaintance.
We find that nearly every time we make an acquaintance we make a customer.
You can save enough on just a small bill of goods bought at Bennett's to pay a
good many miles of railroad fare. But if you can't come mail us your order.
We sell nearly everything on earth, and if you don't know from your own ex
perie:ce that all our prices are lower than any body else's just ask some of your
neighbors. Some of them are our customers and they're a better advertisement
than a newspaper. Send for our price list.
W.R. BENNETT CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
GrQceries, Hardware, ls, Finite, Btcls and Sloes, Etc.
1508 to 1514 Capital Ave.
W. O. T. TJ. RESTAURANT
Has Fairly Earned a.First-ass Patronage.
Good meals served in a quiet home-like manner with moderate
, . prices cannot fail to please.
138 South 12th St LINCOLN, NEB.
TKKH opened Heot. 1. New students rolling-
us for Information.
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Stove Lid lifter. 03
Currv comb 03
Fire Shovel 04
Rolling Pin , .....05
Stove PolisL, liising Sun ; .05
Large strainer 05
Buy's knife .05
Wood-rim seive 10
Bottle Castor oil ....05
' Machine oil 05
" Vaseline 05
Glycerine Soap 05
Ammonia, pt. bottles 08
Porous plasters '. .10
Box pills ....10
Hoyt's cologne .2C
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