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f AM AND HOUSEHOLD.
ALU ABLE HELPS ABOUT MAK
f INC A cionrw
on'd Ko Kept In Perfect Condition
IJai and Kalsinj Horti
cultural Hints and Ilotue
- bold Helps,
I consider it the duty of every gar
dener to recognize and recommend all
that is good in his calling, writes C.
Glover in the Journal of Agriculture.
And if there are any improvements or
discoveries made by himself, or some
one else, he should always cheerfully
adopt them and recommend them to
others, if after an impartial test he is
convinced they are calculated to give
a. irrfiu t ot -riAlfl Tir T ha cami I ado
labor. The more practical experi
ence we have in gardening the better
calculated we are to make suggestions,
and advise others who have given the
subject little or no attention.
Proceeding upon this principle I
have no hesitation in making the
assertion (if observation amounts to
uy luuig; inas mere is noi one garden
in ten but what could be made to
double its yield by proper manage
ment, and there is not one farmer in
ten who is fully conscious of the
worth and importance of a
well kept garden. Many of our
iai"nana onw n ... ....... . . i .
.... 1,1 a ocijr hu luuil wives, A iiuve
no time to devote to gardening ;you
and the children must attend to that
matter, I have larger fish to fry,"
and so he turns it over to his hard
worked wife and little children who
have no practical experience in such
matters and the result is, a few
unmatured, knotty vegetables are
taken from it and it is left to be
overgrown with weeds till the next
spring, which is altogether wrong.
The garden should receive just as
much attention as the houses we live
in. , The enclosure should be kept in
perfect condition. Also the beds and
walks should be kept in good shape
and well drained, and every weed ex
terminated before seed time.. And
instead of having a patch of weeds,
briers and brambles to weary the eye,
there will be something that is orna-
mAnlal iionfxl n.A 1 . 1 . 1 . 4.1...
owner. But to be a successful gar
dener it is necessary to take a special
pride in the work, and try to improve
The first step is to select a suitable
location, one facing the south and
slightly rolling, that it may be well
drained without washing. It should
be securely enclosed with a wire or
picket fence. The beds, for , all gar
dens should be bedded, should be
made by drawing a lino and working
to the line, leaving a space between
the beds 2 feet wide. The space
should be thrown out 8 inches deep,
mrowing me boh on eunef siae mere-
i - -
ire disposed to give it ery little
We have actual knowledge of seven
ty cents per bushel being realized from
a bushel of corn fed in an intelligent
way to well bred hog. The profits of
this breeder must have been immense
when corn wan selling at fifteen cents
per bu-Ou'1. Jt i. not to bo expected
that result. as tatisfactory as these
wiil obtained in a majority of oases,
but we do bolievo that . in any case
where' three cent pork is made aT an
expense which will not yield fifty
cents ier bu she! for the corn fed,
justifies a change of methods and an
infusion cf new blood.
- The lesson to learn is to make busi
ness pay when prices are depressed,
then- there need bo no doubt of satis
factory results when better prices
are obtained. Pedigree should not
loom up to,that extent that it will
hide the actual merits of the animal.
Too many are recorded which have
only pedigree to ' recommend them,'
and solely on this ground does the
owner expect anything from them. A
little experience will convince a man
that a pig must have other qualities
to make it valuable, viz., a good form
and constitution. Without these a
good pedigree is naught. Coleman's
Keeping the Surface Soil Loose.
When the heat of the sun is great
it makes the air expand. Directly
the air begins to grow warm it , be
gins to take up moisture. The
warmer the air the more moisture it
will take. Very cold air is very dry
air, and what moisture there is in it
at 0 degrees, Fahrenheit or zero is
practically ico spicules. If hot ' air
comes into contact with a cold sur
face say ten degrees colder a lot of
moisture is at once deposited.
Breathe upon a looking-glass, and at
once will be seen the effect of hot air
on a cool surface. Breathe upon hot
iron aid no such effect will be ob
served. Any and every loose broken
surface is much cooler than a solid
hard surface when the sun is shining
upon it. A pile of bricks will become
almost rod hot all through, and "as
dry as a brick." The surface of a
sand hill will become ery hot, but at
a foot deep tho 6and is cool and
damp. The caked surface of the earth
will become hot to the depth of sev
eral feet, and all tho moisture will
escape. But, if the surface is kept
continually loose, the soil ' will be
cool, and tho hot, moist air will de
posit moisture because the soil ia
cooler, and beeause the air can come
into contact with it.
The arbor vitse is one of tho ve'gr
best to plant for an evergreen her" jk.
pruning it is of more importance
to '.have the wound heal, well than
quickly. ... ....
Carelessness is generally the rea-
Eorrntrio Reasons fur KXuntng
Code of Hono-.
Clonel Montgomery was shot in-a
duel about a dog. Colonel Ramsey in
one about a servant, Mr. Featherslone
la one ab)it a rerait. Sterna father
in one abut a jroo .e an 1 another gen
tleman in on a boat m battle of ancho
vies. Oae oftlser wa challenged for
msrsly askinj his opponent to pass
himagoblet; another was compelled
to lijht about a pinch of snuff' Gea-v
eral lljtrry was challenged by a Cap
tain Sftiiltifor declining wine at a
dinner on a steamboat, although the
general pleaieJ as an excuse that
wine invariably made him sick; and
Lieutenant Crowther lost his life in a
duel because he was refused admit
tance to a club of pigeon-shooters.
In 1777 a duel occurred in New York
between Lieutenant l.'catlieratone
haugh of the Seventy-fifth, and Cap
tain McPherson of the Forty-second
British regiment, in regard to the man
ner of eating an ear of corn, one con
tending that the eating was from the
cob and the other contending that the
grain should be cut off from the cob
before eating. Lieutenant Feather
stonehaugh lost his right arm, the ball
from his antagonist's pistol shattering
the limb fearfully, so much so that it
had to be amputated. Major Noafi
lost his life in 1337 at the dueling
ground at Hoboken in a simple dis
pute about what was tramps 'in a
game of cards.
The Remarkable Taking-off of
King- of Scotland.
The death of Kenith, the half-mythical
king of Scotland, was one of the
most remarkable in all history, that is,
if it can consistently be called an his
torical fact According to the story,
Kenith had killed a son and brother of
the war-like Fennella. She,, to be re
venged, caused Wiltus, the most in
genious artist of the time, to fashion
an automatic death-dealing machine, a
wonderful statue tilled with hidden
springs, levers, etc. When finished
and set up this "brazen image was an
admirable work of art
In is right hand it held a basin and
in the left an apple of pure gold, both
set with diamonds and other precious
stones. To touch this apple was to
defy death, it being so arra nged that
anyone guilty of such vandalism
would be immediately riddled by poi
soned arrows, shot from loop holes in
the body of the statue. . Kenith was
invited to come and inspect the won-
dcr, and, king-like and just as Fennella
had hoped, he tried to pluck the pre
cious imitatiob. fruit' The'moment his
hand touched theN encrusted jewel he
was filled with poisoned arrows, dy
ing where he felL .
Handwriting on Iron.
. -w.aiu A a
jmab to be somewhat of a con
juoi, now to make a nerffit.
i r present ovcom
- "J a wui KJL
" w'uuiiu oauot
. v,,lc.coouc goucimij, iu m-ai was a fortunate accident that led
mere is one iE8crIptoontliWi"bi .-j 1 ,U knawn to be a s
e principal objection ia t.
gang tne names and noUti
ccrax canaidates for one office
'leuwiien to fill out5 their
mu masmg many mistakes by
for two for one office. nnt.i
Y ome irrespective ofpoli
As to tke DresidpntJoi n
-I..:" , " ""onier to vote for
Vlwru or 'or all. Several ntw
es are verv common
the last Wislatur ,
s very triad,
ian ballot svster i. -."
, t already good
r to SUCh an rL. u .s
stand sannri .
'r Tttiag, as in otber matters.
ipVionUwiiib mil lata:
ha Written in Vinrnlnrr ht Annn v 1 ... T Uo "
uiu6 nuiuo nviuKi uicg wnich was
oiue arcn 01 neayen.:
of Paddock must not be
accomplished by the best The Vrt AnTcTsa1 As i by
upon the part of Daugh- Lent, in IttI-:.-!'-?
Doer rfie I5ol-r of Dahomer
WierrKiag Behanzin of Dahomey
gives fluaienro to a loreign mision-
ho rises from his divan and approaches
his visitor surrounded by bis Ama
zons, one of whom jolds over his
head the inseparable pnra-oL while
another fans bis face, a third fans his
feet and the fourth boldj as she
walks a Bilver spittoon under the
king's mouth, which the firth wipes
with a white napkin every time he ex
pectorates. He smokes a pipe with
a long tube, which he does not take
from his mouth even when he speaks.
He simply inquires of the envoys if
they have had a pleasant journey and
if they feel quito welL He then re
turns to his- divan with a swaying
motion of the hips, which gives him
quite a comical appearance.
On his way buck the Cabacceres
shout to him in unison. Tc te
take-lade!" which may be translated
as "Beware, O King:" The warning
is easily explained; for if the King
should take a false step and fall
down, a .certain number of heads
would a-lso have to fall to neutralize
the presage of a bad omen. . After
some further parleying carried on by
the Cabaeceres and the envoys, and
translated in the hearing of the king
by an interpreter, Behanzin gives the
order for a dance, which is executed
by a chosen number of Amazons.
Few of these are young, most of
them are middle-aged and several of
them are really "old guard" and
gray-b aired. They wear a closo fit
ting jacket without sleeves yellow in
front and blue at the back, and a
striped scarf reaching down to their
drawers, made of some kind of red
cotton cr woolen stuff.
Their headgear, square-shaped at
the top. is either red or black, says
the Cincinnati Enquirer. Like the
soldiers, they are armed with a flint
lock rifle and wear a number of amu
lets. The dan ing of the Ama ons is
followed byaPhyrric danca executed
by the soldiers of the body-guard.
They are tho picked men of the king
dom, and are exempt from the perils
of war; for handsome men are scarce
in Dahomey, and it is no easy matter
to replace them. The rovela which
have been inaugurated by a proces
sion of skulls carried on speara is
ended by a procession of men carry
ing sabers with long wide blade
These mon are the king's executioners.
A Rarirain. sitUB'
The Wayne Journal, one of th) Roche,
papers in Wayne county, Kcribed as fol
offered fc sale at a gnat is a man of firm
Simon, its editor and .hg a Parisian, has
peci.9 to go south a3'cd by the dissipation!
offers his plant fo), the case of provincial
Terms to suit.' ithey succeed in climb
C.,W. Suctions. He belongs to
:old fashioned family
Specie man. Energy in
I will wll either of H. t
Vrv. Av V . rcretion. There can
Miia ouuaJ TH- -
" " if in FP-a- asv 01 my line -yoar-oia
una pros- boa ft.
" ken horses, -sk
Maple Grove Farm. . .
Champion First Premium and Sweepstakes Herd
For the States of Kansas and KebrasKa. ' .
The Nebraska State Fair Herd Premium, for best show, all Draft breeds oom
peting, was again awarded to my horses, making the fifth year in succession '
i bat my herd has been the recipient of this much coveted prize.
A Nebraska bred horse, raised on Msple Grove Farm, was this year awarded .
the First Premium and Sweepstakes at the Kansas State Fair, in competition
with twenty-fi ve head of horses from five different states, 150 head of registered,
impot ted and home bred Percheron horses and mares.
A large portion of my present stock on hand, has been raised on my Farm and
Will be Sold at prices below the reach of any importer in America. '.'
I am in a position to give my patrons the benefit of not having paid any fixed
sum. or Expensive buying and transportation charges in order to own my horses.
I cordially invite a carefnl inspection of my horses, and will guarantee the
buyer that my stock cannot be equaled in America, either in the quality or the
prices that I am asking. , . U
Write for catalogue, and don't fail to Inspect my stock beforo buying. v
TUFK 11 COD! FFETVIONTi WEB.
CREST CITY FARM
L. OANK0 WILGON.
Breeding and Importing Establishment, On Mile from Depo Cieslon, lows.
200 Full-Blooded Percheron, English Shire, English Hackney,
Belgian French Coach, Cleveland Bays and Standard Bred Horses. ,
I hare the largest assortment of Est
ropean Breeds of any man in America;
I handle none but recorded stock; I do
not permit a mouthful of hot feed to be
Riven; my horses aro not pampered and
are properly exercised, and fed cool
food, which I think are the main reas
ons why my horse have always been
Come and visit my establishment.
I am always glad to show my stock.
A FEW GOOD DRAFT HARES FOR SALE
will please telep
Farm and I will
at Creston visitors
nife to the Crest City
drive in after them.
I am prepared to give long time te
responsible parties. '
Every horse guaranteed a breeder and
must be as represented.
m CD W
W. J. WROUGHTON & CO .
Cambridge, Furnas County, Nebraska.
Shire,'Ciyde, Percheron, Belgian, " " '
German, and Oldenberg Ceacfe, Trench Ceach,
Terkghire Coach , and aerelandltBay StallloxB.
More Horses Than Any Finn inebrasU.
-tonr own horoea thun sarin
atage of comparing all
the customer the middle man's
reeds side by side at our stables.
ng Acclimated Horses oa'Hani
newspai-f4p will arrive about October 1. We sriarantee all our horses'
ceedings 09 farmers companies a specialty, tiaviug a ijitrm whereby we
Mtandard siad insure absolute RAces.
u ttmoer ceine
? s Chip is ontV of the
menu in thfit thriving town durine the
year aggregated $164,855. The num-
Deroistuaentsin the Normal college is
Two tramps at York stole them
selves rich in one erening, ami were
captured with their burden of miscel
laneous plunder when about to board
a west-bound passenger.
Burglars who blew onen ttm RAfn n
the depot at Columbus were irpftntiu
disappointed when they discovered that
id Words for Mr. Kem.
Congressman O.M. K-m vu
1 fIB,h"dfr the PU of the
, xuuiunc none the worse for the
hard fought campaign that he has
!'u u lo 8u successful termiaation
th;:,' Dainwick comprises
h . , "iwem. lie made a grand
I,S.SWUpM Principle, and won
LnPif r v:T1f -tol7- He has the confi-
dhiolIy to be dis-
w nauuaai watchman.
Koueraismp upon the part of Daugh
erty and bis aids. Arrivl
cial train Saturday at 3 n. m n.,mi,'
tt-....!JV.. -I . I ort t ir,-. "6"
imiuuji very wise man in . jsioorara and learned
revolutionary times, "we must jail hang a unty CIerk Van Camp had left
together, or we will all be hanged sep- fn FrIday- 3 Ha was located at Creigh-
arately." oThis has been a very him "til v, 7 B watch kept over
popular motto among independent lei Jill his father'8
islators during the past week. Even officer wa a aTW0.
ex-Speaker Elder was; heard playfully taken to Niobrara. ArrW tyJA,l
quoting it. m pals tried every scheme to dlv
evade the order of thn mm
I ... w " t V'lilV tUUI L. I - "VJ v VI uu tuak
Taylor's old seat in the senate is , taklDff of affidavits and getting the only result of their work was the
idoo. It should 7 fr talcm? Van CamP to Lincoln acquisition of a Waterbury watch.
be draped in mourning and allowed to u ZV. J P! ,f ea hlm 1 weaken and rank Shreve. the 12-year-old son of
stand as a continual suction to OM UlVr' . "ion called two es i bnreve of Alexander, while
wy ... W1UIHI1 me Vfl SO CnH o
sued the certificate. nnt.tik.-jt-I
i i , . . ' -.".iu,auumtf I " uiv uoiuu nns urownOQ. J
f- in thesmorning for two body was recovered two hours later
..c..uvereignty miles apart. West Point ha. four men whose com
Ttv- "?ward Offered. bined weight is 1,009 pounds just
hn, l?l L.:, 3:r(Jovernr Boyd fbout what a fellow gets when he
nnt rX I6a,un6T one or the re- ""J" a ton or coal in times Uke theee.
trageaies. the killing oui aren't those men whoppers!
""en, the hermit who vt awM, ,
.nwu, iuo warrior COB
uueu in me inurston county jail for
assault witn intent to do great bodily
-jusjr,ttl(llOUJpl,ca w coin mu suicide dt
nacnnlt.'.M Lt 1 J ... .
W. J. WKOUGHT017 & CO.
. . - k - .
icmrv ui hluih zi
10m Majors, to whom the
must be a very pleasant one
li there is one man who is "gettiig
more glory out of this legislature than
anotnerit is "Met," of the World
Herald. And he deserves all of it, too.
Th. Fielder vjrC'r:.,.u"u"a'n."e"lr20 pod,
coin. As there is no further , use for on or persons unknown The victim
republican organs anyway, we would hftd been dead a day or two whn
suggest io me-state journal and Call "uuu "uu tne tneory of suicide
that as soon as thep can contrive it adfanced has been abandoned.
they shoold gracefully die. This would t... ur Mereiore offers the uaual
fill a long felt want, or a long tailed :7J". ? for.the caPe
want, or something of that kind, in thp
lower regions and wauld make thine.
infinitely more pleasant on earth.
and conviction of the murderer.
rw 8r Passed.
Osceola, Neb., Jan. 3
nas oeen shut off
world for the
for lurches are closed
It is amusing to observe the dIuIo- itentiary,
vi. uo eastern press urging a combina-
uon oetween the leaders of the repub
u uouiouraiic parties to "crush
coo me upstart populist's. It
mnnoi De done, most puissant and
WallP street "S
There is one place
the republican ring. It is the only thfr8 ia no cbool and they are not
piace we nave beard of. It is the oen
That Railroad Circular.
Enclosed find circular of instruction to
to railroad employes which riS(.
piease puousn. I am assured that
the Deoole. anH thk i M?r,w' cmpi0ye in the service re-
hand when thev will nnntT ..l ceiv:ed a C0PJ of the same. It exDlaiu,
d. . i . f w n Ji vun UtfUII I ael An il. ...
SLi l lr? a(ie their labor
from the outaidn
past three weeks.
to the child
Tfcl i. , . : Pmy on the streets.
"uaru 01 neaitn had
u.j.uu raisea the quarantine,
vu.uiaenceu again in the
morning. The churches opened again
Sunday and they are going to put in
for lost time;, that is if scarlet fever
does not break out afresh.
ind labor organizations
Rocky Mountain News.
election. Knowino- that, ii
uaua a great uai TO tDUS Onnnsn tho
nvnnt i! t . ' r
6 .cu kui (wrauons, l send it to th(
uiosi, leaness 01 tiie peoples' champions
tt , R L. IlAMON.
Hyannis. Neb., Dec. 30, 1892.
NOTE The circular wni. h a
Hamon is one of the originals and the
uioi, uue we nave seen. However. w
some time &21
To Independent Newspaper Men.
t.. .. ""vuupuB iJuriy Dnnier with
mJi Rnno-i, ,
So Charles DudW v. 7 . u . " Pwd opportuni-
term.Califnr.ia V w nuy a nair interest in an Inde-
-v iui a wiuier re- DMldPntnnnnt.tun.. J- , . .
sort that irlorious .tatA i .!(, . IkmZ r Z"J, Li' 1?
-w .uuivk. i. i i .t- mm ulUBiirrii in i.riwn nr .iiiui 4
near. Tho A , huh'tonts 1. ...n t .
1 -mu uoiiuj, l . 1 . ,. .vwwo. xu lr
a JUV lor ma Ktrnnnr mo. J
, - " miu b
1 1 BlitTonlnff U
: oil j . . o ixn
l4 wmwr lour, via Union
and Southern Pacific systems,
fc. ne journey bein made
reaiesi ease and or
xLVan- 3 G- Hutchin
son s New Year celebraiion cost him
itself as well' as the cause of he result tatorrmZ ?T ' ?3 aPd he was
of the late election. Know, Sw rf"ptea..p,?h in th midst of his
ioo. neis the fn lnw hn i
Endorss the Union
At a meetingof True Alliance No. 2147
uie snowing resolution was unani
Resolved, that this Aii:a,n. j
the action of tha Stat Aiiior. n ror..ir, u ...,.
So! llLT.. Farme' Al- fom one of our exchang,
Clark Olds, Secretary,
til o P1 :i
n tha .l . . lrl
r nTr u" 10 Play on the
U U. T. box until tho whole fire de
partment came galloping down to the
quarter of town given over to Satan
r voices. Hutchinson was
I Posed to have Incited
e leading county paprr; six oolumn
wuarvo. AQareSS With ttimn tha u
of The Alliakce-Independent.
now till January 1 1894 for only 11.00.
i i 'Ascribe now, &, .
TiEteaU, Jan. 3.-Frank
1 urcell a young man of this place,
iZZt J; . jear8' undertook to
jump from a freight train at Humboldt
the train and had one of his legs cut
off between the knee and ankle Hi!
k ""puiaiea and he is
ussauuing nis abdomen with a revolv
er, lie lire d two shots f hut. nnUi..t
ed his loins opposite the. first lumbar
vertebrae, but he still lives.
While out hunting in the Missouri
bottoms Chas. Ziebarth of South Oma
ha was so badly chilled that he lost th
power of locomotion, and would have
frozen to death but for the heroism of
ja Lindsay, wfco shouldered his perish
ing companion and carried him half a
mile to the nearest house.
A heavy cleaver fell upon the heel of
. n fi pino i -mb 4 I n l i. . .
a meeting aiAcuiasitauy Dutcner.
u I nnn mtiintnd n i .
" iw4 a ocnuua wound. It li
the first instance of a similar wound
since uolonel Achillas received his
ueaiu-Diow irora an arrow shot into
his heel by a wicked Trojan who
wanted to see liim jump.
"We understand," says tho Blair
Courier, "that a school ma'am in the
soutnern end of this county has intro
duced a new feature . When one of the
me gins misses a word the boy who
tpo us me word gets to kiss her. As a
resu it tne girls are getting to be very
Vint. 1 1 I 1 . 1 "
t"1 openers, wane me ooys are im
proving." Newton Burrows and Rebecca Busey
attempted to become one last October,
but the girl's mamma objected, and to
make her objection hold caused tha
would-be wife to be sent to the Geneva
industrial school, on the ground of in-
vwingiuiiuj. j.jie oiner day, upon
petition of the father, the girl was
discharged, and now she is Mrs. Bur
On r list, nf rViMta i;ltAn. f -
, - -- - v"" uitrciaburu is mad o ur
ao, uiy iu most norea wri
keep posted on the greatlquestions before the
consult tne authdrities, We name bel
Gen. J. B. "Weaver, a Hail in a
should be read by every oITe. send for ?
Stickney, The Railroad Problem. The Breatest senl
vear is this rrnt v m s icowss seni
r s vrwia. u biit- rx wdu nnh m i
president Cloth edition fcas II IlTustrnleto ""
Hamlin Garland. Mr. Garland is owtfSZ-'J
our times, and Mb TVOTI BTUAte atA.,.11. . .1. . W
masses. The rfoiinn .Dena.I1F toiling
llon Edwards " -cTiS.nLSS . H0 Ut
iGNATrusIJONKELLT; QCotonn. .
JJr. iiuguet," Southern storv with mi rw u"ur7-
Opie P. Read.
the head, and
id stands at
Among American humorists'iir.'
no m iillih vi ninny nnnt m ai t . . -
the best of men" we add tVn ntT"a' 1 by
T5-l it a ' " !) i.e..
eunuch xmunim." j rAvsnonAMMn.
COrwlS.QUARE SMIES Comprising the foitoirii
''Bond Holders and Bread
tun... TTl J
::ne-LWand Tran8pc(rtaUon, three e;::::;;;; g
I.r": v"l?ruo,m' ;u.r. a"lcies from not authors. . . ok
"Esau. Or Tha Ranto. Vl i) ri
Mur.L.UA.ll.uus AND SPECIAL
"Whither are we DriftW wm-
(';The Farmers' Side," Senator Peffer of KmsT.:; 50
The Coming Climax," Hubbard, . 7 rrt
The Great Red Dragon." Vfnlfnib- 50
Looking Backward," Bellamy, . . ,
A Financial Catechism," Brice...
A Tramp in Society," Cowdtry....!
r'izarro and John Rhnrman t'
loney Monopoly," BakerTi... .. " iWU .25
"uunuu VBDimi." kb nnr I
'"In Office," Bogy...... 1 20
"Ten Men of Money Island" Norton fjj
.'.'Geld, SohllUni;- GerfcST.??1"'
beven Financial Consnirnnitc p " "1 10
Songs vn Mrcm I 1 lo
"Songs of the People." Gibson. WnM.
songs of the People," Published in sheetis c.
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"Labor and AllI Swor ne'10
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"Songs of Industry," Howe C0Vers' f.
Anv book on t.hia lict
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uu lae I0- only $1.35. Address.
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ler cent; 5-
Tone year, and any 50c
Publishing Co, v
n"A' nJ ,3-George Klefner, a
r---.. mip.ojea at the Omaha
Bindery company, went iito the third
Btory to wish the bindery glrl.iVappy
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uviave r.iBeiey, leieDnone mftnntTPF
a. ixuriuut, wmie adjusting a disabled
wire, lost his footing and slid dowo
the pole like shot through a tin horn.
In attempting to put on brakes he
jabbed the steel spur on his right feot
through the great tee of the left, and
what was left of the toe after the doo-
tor was tnrough wsll peorly serve the
'-urpose for which all great toes wera
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Olileat buroau for eei'urli.tf ntiit In a " .
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that was frold
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IVade In my
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berschoVTi n Yii"""??111 tion Ot tn
iness men. Thi t. . "l.aa8 80 well
ln put VOIl nn (k. ... j ir nunrlu Mak
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wnii.n.i.i.C. uiiiy lor board.
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