Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The Alliance-independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1892-1894 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 28, 1893)
Tills ALLIANCE -IN DEPENDENT.
MOW TO CARE FOR THE HANDS.
stelae rr V"PlBf Tbam Walt aa4 At
Tbe first thing to do U to try to keep
Km hands smooth. Be careful first of
ba soap. Select the kind which best
creee with the skin and always use it
As water is more or leas hard, keep a
pttle covered box of powdered borax on
onr washstand and pat a pinch or two
m roar basin before washing your hands.
If obliged to come in contact with coarse
kitchen soap, yon will want a more
speedy remedy than the glycerinlotions.
The vinegar cruet will supply this. Poor
little on your hands and let it dry in.
Lemon juice is better if equally con
venient Glycerin and rose water will
arentnally restore the skin to softness
Now to remove stain o' discolorations.
A few grains of chJode ' li iQ warm
water will white the hands almost im
mediately. Oowknd's lotion persistent
ly used wfll tuake a care for grimy,
jfinjy looking skin. As it is very expen
sive and sometimes bard to get, the fol
lowing is the formula: Jordan almonds
(blanched), t 1 ounce; bitter almonds
(blanched), 2 to 3 drams; distilled water,
ne-half pint. Stir and add gradually to
the strained emulsion bichloride of mer
ory, 15 grains of the course powder,
which has been already dissolved in one
kalf pint of distilled water. Dip a cloth
In this and wet the hands with it night i
At r i . i 1
juways remove rings Deioro nsmg
his, as there is mercury in it. Don't
wash the hands in hot water or put
them in it if not compelled, but wash
always In warm water if possible. Wipe
carefully, and with the towel pushaway
the flesh from the lower part of the nail,
saving the little half moon visible."
Don't point the nails or use colored
aires for polishing. Cat nails with
Why Are "Crypts" Bo Called?
The word is derived from the Greek
and means to hide, a crypt being an un
derground chamber, hidden as it were
nder a church. In the earliest times of
Christianity worship was necessarily in
the catacombs in Borne. , It became cus
tomary afterward to use the tombs of the
martyrs as churches, and thus crypts are
apposed to originate. Churches were
then built over the tombs and fitted as
! Why Are "Dogdays" fto Called?
' Properly speaking, the "dogdays" last
from the 3d of July to Aug. 11. Dogs are
then popularly supposed to go mad, but
It is a mistaken notion, besides being un
trse is fact. Dogs aro, strange to say,
less liable to rabies then than at other
times. "Dogdays" is a translation of the
fatata "dies canicularee," the 20 days
which nrecede and 20 which follow tha
HsMag of Sirius, the star, which the Bo-
Bans called "Canicula," or the "little !
ac." The ancients considered this star
fa nave an evil influence and sacrificed
teown dog to it in order to appease its
Sage. Of course it is known that in the
anrse of time Sirius will rise in mid win
tar instead of midsummer.
saw te Make a Good Up Salve.
Boss salve is very useful in winter to
keep the lips from chapping or cracking.
To make it mix 8 ounces of oil of al
monds and half an ounce of alkanet
Let them stand in a warm place and
train. Melt 1 ounces of white wax
and half an ounce of spermaceti with
the oil; stir it until it begins to thicken
and add 12 drops of attar of roses.
ow We Use tbe word "Rodomontade."
"Rodomontade" means bragging and
ejomes from Rodomont, king of Sarsaor
Algiers, in Borardo's "Orlando Inamor
ato" and Ariosto'a "Orlando Furioeo."
This word is a most unjust imputation
on him from whose name it is derived.
Rodomont was famous as the lover of
Doralis, princess of Granada, who after
ward eloped with Mandricardo, king of
Tartary. In a quarrel he challenged
Rogero at bis wedding and was killed,
bnt there was nothing in either the chal
lenge or tbe fight to judge him as an
asters Bob Acres all talk and no cour
age to fight
Hew te Make Furniture Polish.
One pint of linseed oil, half a pint of
gin, quarter of a pint of turpentine, one
annoe of bntyr of antimony (poison) and
a quarter of a pint of vinegar. Put
these ingredients into a wine bottle and
Juke well P.ub briskly on the furni-
with a flannel.
w Ike Atlantis Ocean Got Its N
' This ocean is supposed to have received
sta name from the fabulous island of At
lantis, which the ancients believe was
situated in that ocean. This is first men
tioned by Plato, in which description
Atlantis appeared as a large island lying
aT the Pillars of Uereoles in the Atlantic
eaaa. The Canary islands were supposed
Iry some to be the remains of tbe old Atlan
tis, while others believed that the vast is
land may have been the new world. It
asay also have been given the name At
lantic because it washes the feet of the
great Atlas mountains of Africa.
Umm Uytpeattoe Stay Iia4 rUaaaal EeUet
Dyspepsia may be got rid of by the
pendafmt uae of the juice of the pine
apple. There are medicinal properties
ei the highest order ia this form of the
fruit, la throat diNtes and la dl pa
ttstrta it has seldom tailed to fciTS relief.
Hew t Keep Celery,
Celery ran be kpt a week or longer by
fast rulllng it la dark brown papers then
fanning It ia a towel and laying away la
a eo4, dark place. Before preparing It
Mr the UUe plsee it ia a pan of cold wa
ter, sad let It remain for aa hour. Thus
kept, the oelary wilt I4cu to a consider
able attent and be finer thaa when first
te fweet tUeee4e Press see tog
Its lb sterna ia eool water, tprbtkle
fee bad the steel ves wufc the aauti thaa
fat taw la a dark. e4 room, Tha oV
jbkf best. They wlU thaa keep freak
fa several iaya, yet ntt pvfubl at
JT. ajt. Klddle-Me-Bee.
Mr flret U in claret, bat not la wine;
Mr second U In railing, and also In Una.
air third la la needle, bat not In pin.
Mr fourth la la minnow, but not In fla.
Mr fifth ' ,a bnt not ,D be?r
Mr slits ' ,n table, bnt not In chair.
Mr seventh U In Iron, bat not In steeL
Mr eighth la In salmon, bat not In eel.
Mr whole la a handsome, popular flower.
Which often grows o'er a shady bower.
No. 413. Pletared Word.
No. 414. Numerical Enigma.
My whole, a word of 11 letters, is "being
My 8, 8, 0, U, 19 U a girl's name.
My 1, 8, 7 is a d6mestlo anlmaL
My 7, 8, 6 is a name for a sailor.
My 9, 8, 7 Is a plaything.
My 4, 8, 5, 7 is a part of the body.
My 10, 8, 8, 11 is crippled.
My, 8, 8, 7, 11 is a companion.
No. 418. Central Aerostle.
All of the words described contain the
same number of letters. When rightly
gneMed and placed one below another in
the order here given, thecentral letters will
spell the name of a popular American nov
elist of early date.
Crosswords: L Greater in number, quan
tity or extent 2. Easily broken. 8. A
punctuation mark. 4. Cheerless. 6. Cov
ered with floe particles. 0. Having great
height 7. A fresh water fish. 8. A law
or rule. 9. To crush into small fragments.
10. A masculine name. 1L Honorable fame.
13. Ghastly pale. 13. Having a low price
in market. 14. A beverage. 15. Extend
ing far and wide. 10. A proportional part
or share. 17. A military station where
tores and provisions are kept. 13. A whim
or fancy. 19. Perforates.
No. 416. Proverb Patties.
L A hopeful proverb may be made from
the letters which are contained in the fol
9. A very well known proverb maybs
formed from tbe letters which are contain
ed in the following words;
, My. Dove.
No. 41 T. Word Building.
I L A Utter. 2. An article. 8. Hur
ried. 4. An East Indian plant 8. To fil
ter. 0. Provoking. 7. Moving swiftly, 8.
Trampling. 9. Impeding.
II L A letter. 8. A preposition. 8. To
clear of seeds by a machine. 4. Accumula
tion. 8. Texture. 0. Classing. 7. Boast
ing. 8. Traveling on foot. 9. A kind of
grouse which chiefly inhabits the northern
countries of Europe, Asia and America.
No. 418. Rhomboids.
Across L Untrue. 3. Spruce. 8. Part
of a flower. 4. Even threads of metaL 6.
A boy's name.
Down L A letter. 2. An article. 8. To
lay over. 4. To boil slowly. 6. A girl's
name. 6. A measure of length. 7. Gone
before. 8. A note in niuslo. 9. A letter.
Across 1. An iron pipe used in forces.
1 A first appearance. 8. Tbe base of bo
racioacld. 4. A chemical salt. 6. To pre
vent Down 1. A letter. 2. A boy's name. 8.
A film. 4. Black. 5. Gloomy. 8. To car
ry. 7. A snare. 8. A musical note. 9. A
No. 419. Diamonds.
L A consonant 2. To transport 8. Swift
4. A sharp pointed instrument ft, A con
sonant L A letter. 2. A little boat 8. To sink
by bending thb knee. 4. A species of prim
rose, 6. Extremely cold. ft. To drive away.
T. A letter.
No. 4X0. Arithmetical Patsies.
L If 60 gallons of water in an hour's time
fall into a cistern containing 200 gallons,
and by a pipe ia the same cistern there ran
out 45 gallons per hour, ia how many hours
will it be filled?
B. There are two numbers whose sum will
be 87 and their difference three. Find the
No. 431,-Anlmals, Pish and Birds,
. L A thin cloth.
9. A worthless person.
, 8. A liquid, and a term of endearment
4. A coin.
6. To fuse ore.
6. Before dawn, a place of rest and a
7. To per f orata.
8. One who gathers, and a letter.
9. An engine for destroying ships.
10. A heavy cloth.
1L To stretch.
19. Part of a chicken, a letter and a river
U. A papal edict end part of a cask.
The potato slyly winks Its eye.
The cornstalk pricks up Its ears.
The cabbage nods its head.
The beet nets red in the face.
Tbe souaaa crooks Its neck.
The onion grows stronger.
The fruit tree groans under Its load.
The w he atfield is shocked.
The rye strokes Its beard,
Tbe forest trees set their trunks ready at
at to leave next spring.
Tbe beanpotls are rattled.
Tbe cucumbers are In a pickle.
The river gently murmur, TU he
Key l the Paaalee.
He. 40C Trauapukitloa sad Aoroatiei
Wau-L UoniUaf . 1 Rhone. & gather.
4 r-lleaU. s. Loire, a. AIetW, T. Ural
No, A Cuuutoted Diamonds! 1-L H.
1 Put. 1 HuUr. 4 Tee, ft. It ll-L It
a ta a tUved. 4 Va t IX Ill-U
a iuui. i iud. tuit kix iv
. -I t, 4 )'.ra, & I, 4. Aaa. a, B.
.l,ut! to t iMuresi t Teat. If
fsrdst(eetlliMhea. IredMf ardat Innaee.
I A, It. 11,14. CIV.
I No, aT.-UiuUal4 lUbuat geisse M
i worth a realm (oealeere-ew earth eirelsak
I Via 04,Aaaireai VudeUftntaeiA,
J Na .-lWa,d Vvrli t tie. t
. Cvar. IUH tUlaaa
I Me, 4iat4aate ArxaUbM tUei4tfl
Bnlaa4. iJaaet a Kail 1 Cat, t,
taMe. 4 lUwIUIea. t. lea. 4 Caaasav
, i lak. 1& Tartar. It Yea.
He, ill.-Uarle4 Tree and Ptaatai 1
Wheat, 4 Curves. 4 UeAs, 4 Caetv 4
WlUew. 4 Um.
SHE WAS TOO SLOW.
While She thought of Kcvesige Bar Lever
Practiced It. J
She was literary young woman, and she ,
had quarreled with her literary lover even '
more fiercely than was their wont Her
deareat friend, coming in on tbe morning of
the third day to hear all about it for the
twentieth time, found her melancholy, but
"Yea, it Is all over," she sighed, "and I
can never be happy again. Wby, I haven't
even curled my bang for two days, and
when I found three typographical errors in j
my poem on 'Sorrow' I didn't even write
to the editor about It"
"He never was half good enough for you,"
aid her friend consolingly. "Tom said so
"What else did he say?" demanded the
literary young woman. "Not that any
thing matters to me now."
"He said tbat you were as pretty as a pic
ture and that you write a great deal better
than Dick ever dared to."
"Did he really? By the way, is my hair
frightfully out of curlf"
"Not at all, only you look pale."
"Of course. My heart is broken. What
slse did Tom sayr"
"That he saw Dick driving with Laura
Briggs tbe day before."
"He did, did bet Well, Laura Brlggs
can have him if she wants him. I'm sure
I don't," and she burst into tears.
"Of course yoa don't. And Tom wanted
to know when you would publish another
of your delightful stories."
"Did be, indwd? I think a great deal of !
Tom's literary judgment much more than
I do of Dick's, lie always criticises my
stories. But I'll get even with him."
"Howf Do tell me."
"I've a letter here from tbe editor of The
Weekly Lollipop asking for a story, and I
Intend to take Dick for tbe hero, and make
it so like him that everybody will recognise
him and just hold him up to public scorn."
"Oh, what a genius you are!"
"Yes, and I will even make nse of his let
ters." "How perfectly splendid! Begin right
awsy. Don't mind me."
"I will. By tbe way, here is tbe last num
ber of The Lollipop. I haven't read it yet
It may amuse you."
"Tbauks. Oh, I see it has one of Dick's
stories in it"
"Indeed! I'm surprised tbat they pub
lished it Nobody cares to read his work,
I'm sure. Just let me look at it, will youf"
A few moments later there was a loud
cry, and the literary young woman sprang
to her feet, upsetting the ink bottle as shs
"Tbe wretch, the brute, the monster!"
she cried wildly.
"What is lit Ob, what has he donef"
"He has made me the heroine of his story
and used every letter that he ever wrote me
In itl" Chicago Tribune,
Foung Man What did your pa say when
ke beard tbat I bad kissed your sisterf
Little Girl lie said tbat was encourag-tug.-Truth.
Waglelgh Bagleigh bad a curious ad
venture tbe otber day. He got into the
middle of a field when be found that an
SJiKry brindlebull stood in front of one gate
while a healthy Jersey cow guarded the
other. He didn't know which to face,
Taglelgh 1 suppose the cow proved to be
the most harmless.
Waglelgh No; it was a toss up between
the two. Brooklyn Life.
Little Emilietta committed some trifling
offense for which, as a punishment, she was
put by her mother in a corner of the dining
room. In a few minutes, when she had
eeased crying, she slowly lifted her eyes,
aad heaving a deep sigh said:
erdear. I forgive you." Piccolo Illustrate. ,
"Why did you shoot this manf"
"In awlf dwenss," asswered the polW
"Why, he was running sway from you."
HI know it looked so. But I waa afraid
ke was going around the block to attack me
bom behind." Washington Star.
A Long eeealea.
"Jawley waa at tbe club last nigha,"
Wea asf Dldbetalkf"
"boat half the aUbt" Harper's Baser.
"I'd bate te be lo your skoee,N said a we
ssaa aa she waa quarreling with a neighbor.
MYou eoulda't get Into Utem," aarcaatle
lly replied tbe neighbor. London TiVUilav
Tbe OrewU f a MlUlater's BIU.
Before set aaeweaae drawer she kaell
Aad tberefreat a "shapa" ut rail
Wbk b ret bar baif a duller.
Veil she snwuttBd a uarwr yard
Of vstvsl Iruui tl,e dullar lard,
Aad atartod aewlas vary bard
Is salts aSlef ebulor.
A tweaty.sva seal (f seat
be tauk, a4, suit a(iartm( vesed.
Sue stlta b4 tbe ibive ti4baa.
Te ealtara enve did sbe refer,
Aad ibea, a If af ratd to stir,
tae told a girt to brtag i be
A fi-e tt fMitber,
I Aserftaateatef b)saesS--
1 fee treat 1 value to a M
I Aad lace tbat wt a taartoa,
f Aad la a hit e aettt e we
ltt uik fctluue,aadheealbrk
Crath tbat awe see
fur ee m1 ire er 4eekier
Aad Ua ae saat'ed a barer aesUe
T Utab bev aalittaere beUe
Taelr ae atMMtt a baaaeaj
Qae 4t tbe totei .
iH Mfbase tares bears luet,
taM la tbe wtadww H was I I
WNsTeeety IWarfes Hi
Box 329. Lin
tin Neb. Hai
vrv coulee lot of
' ... Horn ten different
i4rrs which he now offeni at private aale.
reserving all bia spring aow s for a public sale
later on. Tbee pigs are choice individuals and
cbolceiy bred. Are t y sue h! aires tut Orient. U
147: Wolfe s Ilk- s imw h4 tTjT wilkeaZnd
17.777 tbat recently void ti r tso (li, and other
noted boars. Tbe dams are equally good and
moon run oi w imrs. lecur-itea, van uee and
U. S b.O'Xl. Come and Bee. or write for what
Furnas County Herd
BIG BERK HOGS
A few young males left. Orders booked
for sows bred. Choice fall pigs cheap.
S je my premium pig offer.
H. S Williamson,
Beaver City, Neb.
S 0 n L H. SCTER,
I Neligb, Nebrasks
?ZS -71 :ffl' r
H Viw Proprietor of
ELKHORN : VALLEY : HERD
Have a splendid lot of pigs for sale. Mostly
sired by Free Trade's Besi, whose sire waa sold
fortMM This berd has no superior Kaator
ext. Prices on Sprit g Pigs range f mm 112
to fttt, according to quality. L. H. -CTia,
SUre CUre fr
Hog t$ Cnickei)
I have a noxltlvp. tried, proved and guar
antaed cure for hut andohlcken cholera, wblct
has sieod tbe test of lx years without eve
making a rauuee to my knowierge or mat
aver huard iif It him liren UHed HllcceKHfull
In hundreds of cuses. Us father Is and bar
been lor forty years a leading nog-ralHer l
this county, and bail lost many bogs froi
cholera, but has never lout a hog or cblcke
froru cholera since tbe Ulncovery of thl rem
edy. One dollar will buy enough or the intrre
lent at any drux store lo cure 60 to 75 bead .
boirs. I will hend any person tbe recipe foV
only fifty cents SendiUKlay, une the remed
ami you w 11 never loaf another bog or chicke
frnm chnleria.' ilnn't ta-filL until thev hpirin r
Agent, or 1'astorof BaJitlHt Church, of wkicb
am a member, or any DUHinexs ootise or gin
flil.in or tbls Uiwa. Agents wanted A
drexs, Mks. IUchki, V. Thomas,
to wart , Aiabsma.
I07A FEED S IE A ME
Gitn away if it doij
not save its cost in or!
Martin & Morriaf ey M'fL
pm makes Farmer Hat '
Grinds more Brain toipp?'
rdegree of ttneneta Uian I
otuer mill. Urluda eaiMi v
oals, eux, flue enouKliI"'
sjiv niirnfMR. warnuiietf 1 r
, We warraat the PKliKLTHS Jo ti"!
ndCH K A P:sT M I I.I. ON KA K',,u.
TlMf U IUUMJ I
"i . mmum oniy or inn
JULItT STROWBRlDBt CO., JOliet,
jmmt wtra asmufor thscauiPioM wauun
OMAHA JACK BAR
IspnrtM Kraaisn A 1TALI
(irk Writ for nar
,!ara. Atldrea J. B Hot
ItfihJt Vinton, Omaha
xrn rioSi i bak an '
Tfcs (.Ml ptftn nwnM.it far a au
S., rvatttit vtthitat utaJ e
luii...l -, I 1 . - -..111 x. ok., h.., AW
ft bit f rate, std ekwm rft
fitiiK-M ,nt, imtikethe la
bf.a'e Ike - Sw " "'
hi. ii. .u All XT W
r.t I k
la .Mima t ike U S 4
t H4HI k a h( IT MM. d N bl
IW.... 1 M, . A- , I I
Tbe ekaapaeik lr M saowaasf
ak lt, )iaikriuaAva 111 mA
HI, Uaooia. j f
BmaifUM i 3
I 'Til i ii. t I , jj
Alien Root, W.C Allys.
late Stock Agent Nebraska State Cattle
r armera Alliance.
tries an d Tin a cil u am ac sr.
Allen Root & Company,
IVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Ixm 220, Exchange Building
Wlrst NaUonal Ban of Omaba.
ommerciai itiaiionai oaau. umua.
. li. Yds National Hank. South Omaha.
(leb. Savings & 1 xcbanxs Bank. Omaba.
l.nt it u..k r.nI..i l it., v . .
w5itrH PtrtheroB, English
t Y hurses won more honors than any Importer's In America M tbe following fairs: Iowa
1L State Fair. Des Molues: Nebraska Stale Fair LIdcoIu: an t the Khnsas :iiy fn'f. season
4893. My Black Percheron stallion, Jeannot, and my Belgian ftalllnn, Sainppon, never failed
o t ake first premium and sweepstakes over all. For strictly Grt-clas Imported homes, low
prices low interest and lor.g i line lull tbe ( rest City Farm, Creston, Iowa. Telephone to farm.
uue mua aistabt. rew luiportauou jum receivea.
ItS NOW used by all the principal feeders
of rtock, and h better arnif ciate-l as its
merits become known. It is us' -
of allkinds, and you cannot afford to feed
stock for market without it. There ia
nothing that assists so much iu
llllo MJiiAL, and you Lave only to ue n ti f---
to be convinced. ONE PlJI) IH jlfe-f;f
EQUAL TO 3lbs OF CORN. Put up iu JfcM&iM$
bags of 100ttn each. Price, $l..r)0 per UXiS-
10( lt3. If your d- aler does no'
order and we will ship promptly.
woodman Linseed Oil Works, Omaha
CHRISTMAS MORNING AT HOME.
THE mail wliu said Thore s nothing s-ure in the world but death an&
taxes " mij,'ht have give.i a pleasant aspect to this philosophy by noting
that Christinas was eominr, ton, and pretty regular at that.
The rise and progress of Christmas iu this country is a very interesting
subject of investigation, as showing the diverse character of America's early
settlers and the peculiar elements concerned in the development of the features
of our present holiday season. The Virginia settlement was cradled in poverty
anil was too deeply concerned with the
tl.il. rr In Maui Vn 1 , ,.,1 tl.n 1! P ..t
jjmsiuu me hid Di hid i iiji mi raiuers was so naru mat
statutes were easily cnactcti forliitldin the celebration of Christmas, largely oo
the groun I that the day could not be spar d as a time of abstinence from work
A co in prom1 se was linally made, however that only those who worked on that
day should have anything to eat during the twenty-four hours
It was by the Dutch atnl Germans who settled in New York later that
Christmas was first recognized to any notable extent iu early times. The
Dutch and English brought the Yule log to the Christmas fireside, but it was the
Germans, with th. ir oM Druitlical traditions, who introduced evergreens and
planted the first CluNtmas trees on this continent. Then St. Nicholas, the
eariy Christian putrou wulnt of the young, nml Santa Claus. the kindred patrou
saint among tho Dutch, began to bo invoked for blessings. Other elements iu
the population gradully became interested in Yuletido and tho Christmas tree,
and so tho day lias grown to its present importance.
Tho modern Christmas tries a mutt's reasoning powers lo the fullest extent.
With him it is n problem just what lo give each, ami if ho makes no mistake he
U a vv'iko man indeed 1 hi wisest are those who appreciate tho value of good
books, and what book Is there that is uioro useful than a work of reference! Iu
the REVISED ENCYCLOPEDIA URITANNICA the kuowledgeof the world
has been gathered up and Us marvel of cheapness makes It possible for every
one to purchase. Try giving a set to your friend ami see how he will ap
HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY. .
On receipt of only One Dollar we will forward to you, charges prepaid,
the entire set of 80 volume, the remaining ttUW lo m paid at tho rale of
10 (Vats a Iy (to be remitted unmlhly). A laullful dime savings bank will
b seut wlla ttiolxxiU, In which tho dim ut.ty U deMilte each day. This
edition W printed frm new, large type ou a l!neua!i!y .f pajr. ami I strongly
bound lit lusty mauilla jwper etiwra, which with projwr care will hut for
year. IW In mind that Ihe entire 'H volume aw delivered lo jour addre.4,
w ilh all charge UI la any part of the l'ulu St4tea
This Is a scUl off r mad only to the reader of Tun ALUAXCS-!MikrK).
I'tMT aad will rwnala t(K a for a (bulked time only
Cut Ibis Out snd
JLUlYCt H'BUSSIM COMHYr.
Mir W ut tf M rW tf fW tvttUrti
e tk4 4i twtUr tr ... Tj.; vi f i,W kkl WM
rh!!a ir syree h nn t 19 nU t 41 nnUtii IU M smuIi)
ki:f I if irmw !ai U W it A.'y (
.,... ..........,..,.,,,,,, ,,,
rMf efei .,,...,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,(4
fVakf ',. .,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,
George S. Brown,
South Oijiaha5 Neb,
fW Before bhlpping ask us for condition of
, Market at.d Prices.
WILSON, CrestOD. Iowa.
Shire, Belgian and Coach Horss.
d for stock
..'t. ww a - 1r n. a f. "Vsl
keep it end us draft or money
srf' 1 1
problem of existence to celebrate any!
.1... TM. ! l' .l I 1 .1 .
SanJto ALL1ANCK fUB CO.
ids 't. -2a
Powered by Open ONI