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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1897)
Kam i Hora Ml.. I.
One step say from iod ii ill it takea
to resell th ge o( hell.
Every true Chnstun ja a magnet
drsamg omebo-lv i trl Christ
The Christian light ehoul I rhme the
bright?! where it is needed the iiioL
We should ue al the light God hat
given us, to lelp thote do are 8l.ll id
The man who hs never no-1 Inn evm
to consider the mere e of i.nl, has
used thrill ti small iur
B'i in the Id
"Bathii.g i positively the W-t v-mi-tic
in t;,e world," rtvaan olj physi
cian, who k-e4 hia patient hi- oming
ih tin most extraordinary tuivri
"K'gular hri'ir for inr an i th
at in-nee fim food t' e next beet, and
t' e regular bourn for c) ep i, i c,, c
third. The t rl who trie the recii lor
thr- e nicutto- eaii ihiow away ponder
and route ami l,,k to 1 her own
g and. laughter when B'.e rea bee thies
More ami t ri "
SCHOOL DRESS REFOHM.
fr. Cm lionn. Will its '.ci:nv. III.
Trite u: "lioni "I. packigc s.i:z' r
HERO, CHcAT CCVARU.
IMw.rd Colli. V. C Kent to an Km.
German Coffee I'.eny I t
pounds of better ei.Ti'i' t'l.ltl I
iD More at :! cents ; pound "
A package of .1 il l .
Ingile i M ilt Jim t y .! ,u
Seeil Co., I,a Cpissm. H'.j i;h
Of la Kl.'llllps anil t li : -4 iiiiliee.
u :ti in
;i!i I ': v
7 hrj rrf all 1 !
Tlie v " '- ' ' ft- i Iem ii suse'l tin '
' I I ..j.. j A I .Tli 1 y at 'III! I.H.'l-
wheel vent Uior -lurh lni.n
arounil in the w inilow p in- luli mci
hia hea-1. "Can it b ?" U- a-k ,
aloui). 1'iaeitu ne tinker m hi right
tar he cloceii his et thuughifiiliy fn
Kfciwl. "No," I e a,., itii ,i cigli oi
relief, a l.e tnovnl n ataui, "i: i-n't
one of tiiinit liwt from itn plaic. Thev'n
all tliere. I'ul.ke m i... u, he e.'A
count hi wheel. C n- i n.it i (.'(.miner
I, imu iu t imMlK.ii-v.in.. r..ui( o'"nnMI
Plllir .till I, .,till.- l l-.;, :.C 'ltl
1 .11 Hair i. l tinu i inr. l.i k .t ui..n. 'jr.
li 1 Ije u pjiel
I mill full of
oig .i 1 1 V 1 1 1 n
1 very n h n r v, , t
left-h,i,.! Hule of her bun-1
ever) thiiij th.it 'Ili-mi'i bel
(ienera'lj- when a crl eaU a man u
rx-t name, Mie can lie reiiy enre mii.c
other girl ha inlh-l him the nam.
name before, New York I're9.
When a young man lelln vou ran
atory you feel oir y lui loin; hen a
middle a.-erl man does it you feel indig
nant at him ; when an old man leim one
it make vmi 'ii it.
An h' t m pi !o a cli mi! ire ot riehc in
lfiiia ha pioved mi (e'Sful. T)
a born if l:iisn are noi' li l 1
e to rola I -t i i he m i or e l
ir plumes are i-:iillv ' I
e-ei.lial .m ili
will not enl net f-
ll rieFi! ip
i I. M.hI.
. the Hill II"
f ,1i i'
nol !' Cnr'
hy lor.i. ap.ln'aii,,i,, n-i i.'.ey ia,,not na-l,
the dif ,i"H, piirtturi m il.e ar therein
only O: way to cure I ilrun hh I 1 1. :i t ii
by CO'. I'-Otiin-il reei .h.. )1, .;,(.., i
rauaed i,v an mii uu. I en'dii i.m oi llie
irmroiii lining of The Ku-l aeloan 'i ul.e.
When ttni tnhe git- inilame,) vie haven
rnmhling xound or unp ..et heann. nn-l
when it U ei tlifly eimerl I)eatnen m .
result, and md"ihe inrlammn'ioii en h
taken out ami thin tu:,e re!reil to us
normal eoiiiiitiun, heariiiK will he rle
t roved hirever; rime ea-e. o'lt often ae
ranted tiy ratarrh. ivtm ii ih nothing but
un intlanied coieli' ion il ihe niucms snr
faeet. We wili give fine Hn!nlrd iMllart for
any cae ol Ijeafae- Imwl l.y eatarrhi
that cannot he eurrd tiv JlaH n l.'aiarrii
(aire. enil for eire-ildrii iVe
K. J. I HKNKV .t l.'O Toledo. 0
told by ilr'igi-n. 7,c.
It mit l..i-e lieen i, wni'in wlm in
vented a bars tin More A nun would
have been too iiiiioiroed of hurmeif. v
When you fee a giil Khr't.' I it 'hou'd
ers it isn't always a t,g-i il.rtt the itt toe
Btuck up to wear r d flannel.
Wnai bkilcui nr rlve est Cklartl,
thartic, cuie Biikiihipt-.i, io . yjc
The prayer l hat iwi's irom a broke
heart, geeB Hiraigbt to the heart oT kd.
Mr. lVlnlfMv . pvnL'r lor otou
reu lertliit.r. oueiik trie nun, rul-iee laflam
uUn. ,! j,in,ciire wind tone Ijc ikiiiic
If we do t' o tiHK'li for our children,
they w ill never be able to do much fo:
My doctor said I would die. but Tiso'ii
Cure for Conxuuption rurcd nie Amoi
Kclnrr, Cherry Valley, Ills , Nov. 23 'M.
It would puzzle an angel to make out
what euuiu people mean when they cay,
"Tbv king bun i-ome "
rABetKr- ttitti'i . for. klan..
Mit&tu- oi trti I be.
' 3d t"Wu fcf
It i bard to t orn inc" fo'ne pr'aclier
that they are not needed im.nl w here the
pay il the bent.
About Hftceu yenru n-o, n lien. Ed
ward Collia vti yotiug soldier In In
dia, a great iuiliiir-y mixfortuue h fell
the Itrltifii aru,8. livery one leeolieetH
the dv-a-lj'.im Utile of Main and.
r:yo.,li Kh.-ni. the jout ; I'.aiukzhar
ii-liier or Alghaiiina, had lakeu the
Held against ;.n wit .a a larae force, mov
ing up toward fa -id.i h.ir from lb-rat.
, UcJi." ls.irr.iun. an m. ap.ihle llcr,
fanii-ou! of Cauila'iar to meet him w ith
Ebuut 2.i'tiu men, of whom only jiHj
j were white, iig.ilnd s.,me 1...H0I) of the
llemtei. liuiiovB wu ouluiaueu
;Vend. ou'.iianked and overwhelmed,
i While the field gun were eut olf and
two of I In in (a!;, n out of hand, uf the
Knli.-li troop. ::ini fell upon that Kitd
field, Willi Too of ihe native rank and
,tile killed or iiii,Mii;;, f i ji . 1 niany a gal
dam odtecr died iu Hie effort to rally
their (tying lin n.
.laiu. H foil iii, on Dint tragie (M-caslon.
ioirp.is.seil ever.ihod.v by hid ma giiil',
eentl.v hr.ivr behavior. His gnu had
j bi-eii d:K,',l,h,i ;,y the killing of most of
j Hi horses, . the wounding of the
( gunners, ii. ;i.y of whom were placeil
j upon Hie in,; ,-s Hiid earring, k. w hile
: the Hiirvlvorx iiinile frantic efforts to
j ut loose the ill-mi ( iinlf mid drive away
with the piece arid the bleedilig men
j flinging in it for escape. At that mo
ment a column of fleratees made to
ward the gun to cut off and slay the
gunners, (Iring their rifles as they ap
proached. Imminent death threatened
die luind of artillerymen nnd the certain
hs of tlie gun. when the young soldier
peiioniied a (U,,i of courage us high
an that of Hor.uitM 1; 'eping the bridge.
Itiumlng fore.-., i.l info thr open space
si ll led Pet ,.,,. t.,.. pp, p, BI)(
ti e hor.l - of .' ft han i irse nnd foot,
M'lllng, firing :n, i rushing down. Col lis
h:'licd Iu froi,; of them and pour, d bul j
let aftr-r 1 1 n II, t i:ito ihe throng, drop j
pinga lui: .-ei..;i ii or footman wil.; ever;,
touch of l.'s !: ;,;., r. Purtly in wonder, j
partly in ,'mr, ;-iily. Il may be, from I
t!m I f. i.ng of '.''.'.uitive riKpecl ivliicl
I'::is;( .i,.r have louard a mn. !. nan
dewanl- the column aciually sl ipped
-topie to do Irtiltle with n aliigle I-:n
g!l-':'n.in' -npd ino m;i ;.!:!.. I.s am;
ezaba opened lire umii the fenrh-ss gun
Not n bullet louche, hlrn-the lirln
WflH too wild and excited - hut that
brief pause gave time to get the piece
r-!oir, and to (tarry It wifely oul of the
engagement with nil the wounded men
upon It. There was nothliu: finer done
111 the way of tinsndUsh manhood nn.l
toldierly devotion that evil day of Mai
wnnd. and when Lord Roberts then
Sir Frederick had t;iken over the
charge from the weak lui mis of Hur
rows and Primrose, nnd had soundl.v
thrashed Kyoob-as we did In Septem
ber of that same year, ls.SU, Malwan.l
having been fought In July -her mnjes
ty was pleased to bestow the glorlou
reward of the Victoria cross upon Kd
ward follis, whom nil tlie world hon
ored. and would have held a man ti
love and admire and praise.
And this Is the man, Kdwnrd Colli,
only fifteen years older, who stood n
prisoner on Tuesday last In the dock of
the Old Itallcy, chargi-d with a aeries
of offenses against the law which wen
characterized f mm beginning to end by
lying, clii-aiing, low incnnnesN, cruelt)
nnd lmse cowardice. He wils convicted
and sent to prison for eighteen mouths
Orcliyru or -nt Orove.
The fanner who planu an orchard,
a vineyard, a nut jrrove or a sniai;
timber tract now Ih simply "casting an
anchor to windward." Such things
should not tunrp the place of a broader
agrk'iiltcre, but lie Is not hlamelesa wl.
doe not work some of them In conjunc
tion. T'o or three limidred nut tro
will become worth more than the whole
To restore aray hair to Hi list iral color
aa in youth, cause it to prow i.hiiiidjri! end
trong, then- is no bcitet prepkmiioii llitin
Hall's Hair Ueiiewei.
Heaven's windows are Htill wsiting to
fly open, for the man who will take the
lit tithe to the More house.
UK girls of the State Normal
School at Cedar rails. Iowa, have
udopted a school sl.it of the drt ss
j reiorin order. It consists of a skirt
nix I lit hes from the floor, a Jacket
to wear over H e skin or fancy wait !,
! leggings for protection in cold or
slormy wcnlhcr. and a plain hat or cap
I It is mil expected that .'ill will wear
j the same material or color, 'hough
('.irU-liiiie storm serge or cheviot Is
. n-( (iiiimended us probably most s. r
; viccalde and appropriate. Iu lividmd
Ity may be emphasized in wulsN. Mil
lar ami lies, while uniformity of t-lyl"
will prove an advauiag. ilafoual un
derclothing is insisted upon. Kxtreiiil
ties are to be warmly dress, d. Iieaiy
skirts To lie abolished and Hie weight i f
the clothing To lie evenly (list' ilnil. d.
Tills may be done In such ors'unte,
and yet the whole effect may te- per
fectly feminine and modest. The iciiylh
of the skirt is the only point vhi. h can
be criticised, ami even Hint, does its
wearer possess a bicycle, is iiihcc.Tod.
Why, then, should our i l l be con
demned for adopting thai w'tlcli has
proven nscll Heal. Ill 111, liecoinilig, it.
Domical ami sensible?
"That tliere will be crill- Imo none
can doubt," says The NoiiiMllte, ,i pa
per published lit the school. 'T hat the
criticism w ill cense with kliotv Iedg Is
equally sure. The iiornml school can
afford to lead in any movement which
Is for the betterment of the teachers of
the State, and if Ihe fact that teat hers
and girls here are adopting: n w uklng
suit which gives freedom .'ind health
shall encourage our nliimiiao through
out the State to do The same, shall free
een one eoiuiir.v school I each":' wno
plods through dust ami mud ami snow
to her dally work, we can bear the
sti'li-iures of our frl In bravely and
take no heed of the others. I'l.e nor
mal leads the way. Who Is to follow V
I have In mind n girl who visited her
Intended's mother. She was naturally
bright ami Interesting, hut was she not
thoiightle.-s and selfish? She was never
tip to breakfast In the morning, which
iieeesslia led her hostess, who was n
very busy woman and did fmr o.vn
work, getting an exlia brenkfaa: at
Imlf past 8 or !! o'cl a k. She never c f;i
opened her windows or threw back the
bedclothes. She might have made htT
self useful In many llltle ways and en
deared herself to Ihe whole family, bill
Hhe made no effort to do so. .
Another girl went to viwit mi tincle'ri
family for a week ami wa s iuvlted to
remain a month. She was always ready
to make herself useful when her ser
vices were needed, took cm- of her
own room, was juiet and cmil 1 enter
tain herself with her cmbi'oideiy or a
book at nny time when her bos; .s, was
occupied, was prompt nl meals, some
times entertained Ihe little folks with j
Hiories ami games, ami was iiii.Pt all
circumstances! an agreeable a -d Wel
come guest.-F;i rm and Home.
which one cannot comfortably Sit is
lather a inal. and the ku iwlcdg tint
liie ape.irauec of one's dre-s is spaded
by this deeld-dly restlul position is
disagreeable to mink of. let ah lie en
dure. ' un; for ! ti or-t!i
The.-,, .-ir,. sevepjj th o ies of the prop
er posi;:.,n u sleep. The one most com
monly favored is that one should sleep
"U the right side, as digestion goes on
in tnis position most favorably. Other
.HKhorliies say that one should always
lie on the back, but there are excellent j
reasons why tii.s is not wise. Tlie ;
wfiithi of the stomach res!s upon the
sylne. which often affects tilt- nerves. :
Soiii" severe cases of insomnia have
been cured by ihe habit of sleeping on
the f.i.-c. This is easy jo do and is the
most coaifoit.'ible position if on- dis
penses with the pillow. One young
mail who had exhausted all the' skill of
tile doctors fell into the habit of lying
on his fa.-e, with his right arm under
.his head, which was turned slightly to
one side. I!y this change natural rest
soon came to him ami he entirely recovered.
j 111- Labrador IuIihiii
I The scattered Imiian liibe of Lab
rador ar uaid to b gradually eriidi
ing from destitution and diseaBe. The
c aatg fr .piented by them are all but
exhaust..-.! of game and fur-bearing ani
mal and the Hkirie of beaver has been
prnbit it d until 1H00 in order to pre
vent i f pjtal destruction. Bv the t.ine
they are peicitte.1 to again trap the
beavei there i!l probably be no In
:lian l.-ft up ju (hi portion o. the coast.
X. Y. Sun
HI ok 111 Ii llailget.
A num er of tine residences are tl
course of erection at Terry,
Nearly dl tlie babies l)orn in the hilli
he past few weeka are boyg.
Judge I. S. Harhaugh of Chadron hai
concluded to Iwaie in the Bluek 11 ilia.
A horse ami rider fell down a fortjr
foot embankment near Lead witbou
fa'al injury to either.
Siieri !an and Necas:le coal is nov
used for fuel in the ne boiler at tin
II me-take od !
Oc?3,WjrW RiJU Ae.l elis4lKt-iK? tiU tJUf
4 For Hradache, Backache. Totithache ;
T V VT
I:or pains Phrumatic, Neurfltic. Asiatic.
Lumbagic; for ail
ACHES AND PAINS
ST. JACOBS OiUiiP
: "rat r'Ti-:,
M ift; ci isi,. ;
It UK ALL UOL'XD. eS
The (lirl in the Iloiu.
111. it's tie a cravat, make a band for a
It's go and beg father for this thing and
Help out on hard sums, soothe the hurts,
cure the stings
Takes a fellow's sister to do all such
And she can scarce stay w ith a friend over
Hut something is gone of the home's cheer
tjnii k si. p. ready hand, merry voice, life
Then says failier to mother, "Think of
home wiili mi girl!"
Blouse waists of lace traced around i
the pattern with mock J v.cls are very i
much worn witli the velvet bolero Jack
ets. A pretty model for any sort of silk ;
waist Is slashed above tin- belt to diow
the lace waist underlie.', .h; velvet ro
vers finish th" front, ami velvet ribbon
trims the epaulet frills. I'.lack ami
white plaid silk, with .vet mom-se-llne
de sole frills, edged v. Ith black vel
vet ribb-m In tlu narrowest widlli. Is
a novel combination very much admir
ed, ami the tucked ohift -,i waist trim
med w ith lace frill is alw .tys pretty for
L . tzar -
The pine knot the tallow
candle the oil lamp gas
" thce are stages in the"evo
lufion of ilium inalion, which
today finds its hiehest exoo-
nent in the electric light.
Similar and no less striking has been the evolution of grain and
friss cutting machinery. In 1331 the scythe and the cradle were superseded by
the McCormick Reaper, The intervening; years have seen many improvements,
until now we have that modd Harvester and Binder, the McCormick Right
Hind Open Elevator, and that veritable electric light of mowerdom, the
New 4. It is not only the handsomest mower ever built, but it is, in every
sense of the word, the best and if your experience has taught you anything,
it is that there's nothing cheaper than the best.
McCormick Harvesting Machine Company, Chicago.
1 hr I.ight-Kiiiitilne; McCormick Open Klevatnr Itarvester,
The l.iKht-k umunjr McCormick New 4 Steel Mower,
Hi I.:s!it-Kunions MeCt rnii -It Vertical Corn Bin.lerand
The i.i'tlu-Kuhuiug MsCormick. Daisy Reaper lor saie everywhere.
Mmp' lleatlartie Cure.
Severe heaiiacTie may be removed by
spirits of aiiiuionla. It sl.otih! be care
fully used, as the constant use of salts,
ammonia, and other strong scents In
jures and Inflames the nose.
Scent liotUe with silver Trnccry,
I'rtjteclion for Apple Trees.
To pntect apple trees from boron
and rai'blls, the most successful of
many r.eth jds 1 have tried Is to take
comnioa barn paint. Thick enough to
be eatfy n;plled, and add one and a
half pjnd pulverized copperas for
each gallon. Mix thoroughly and ap
ply. It will laat two years.
Pistols and Pestles.
A Qii.cm'm Hobby.
The young queen of Holland has been
a passionate collector of postage slump
since she whs H years of age. Those
bearing her own etllgy are not wanting
In her collection. It Is related that late
ly her majesty reproached her presi
dent of the council because tlie present
Initch stamps still bore her portrait
when she was only in years old. "I
should like very much, my dear min
ister, a new series of stamps which will
show me to my people Just as I am at
present." she Is reported to have said.
Hut the Dutch ministers have decided
tlint the new portrait of their queen
shall be engrnved on certain state pa
pers only on the occasion of her marriage.
M haling on Horseback.
At Cape (lod, Newfoundland, whal
ing on horseback Is n popular and ex
citing gujne. In which the boys are al
lowed to Join. A more novel ami thril
ling scene than w hen the sport Isai Its
height can hardly bit pictured. The
w hales are enticed in some wav inside
of tlie bur by men In boats, ami when
the tide goes out they are left at the
mercy of the whalers on horseback, in
a stretch ol water forming a little In
closed lake sonic three to four feet
deep. The bay is comparatively smooth,
and in it the creatures flounder nnd
rush alsiut, lashing the water Into
foam as they are followed by Ihe horse
men. The horses become as excited as
their riders, who, armed with harpoons,
lances, boa (hooks or any other weapon,
endeavor to nipt lire as many of the
monsters as possible. The men keep
up an Incessant yelling and splashing,
gradually forcing the monsters up a
narrow creek. The whales seem to
know they are running Into a trap, for
they make great efforts to break
through the line of horses. Occasional
ly a wounded crenture lifts a horse out
of the water with n tremendous sweep
of its tall, and the rider Is thrown
sprawling into the water, to the great
amusement of the onlookers. This
hunt Is kept up until nil the nnlninls
are driven upon the shoal nnd dispatch,
Waller Bekcr & Co. Ltd.,
Established in 1 780, at Dorchester, Mass.
Has the weil-known Yellow Label on the front of every t
package, and the trade-mark, "La- Belle Chocolatiere,
on the back.
NONE OTHER GEMUINE.
1 r, n.d-a-M.
Trailer Kakcr Co. Lid.. Dorchester. Ma. t
J ABSOLUTELY GITARANTRED '? rure ny.n,eoreni,slhmti0n. rasctret. nre IfceMenl
i 7, ,7 I,,,,, h,.' " ' l".ml-11" n,l 'T "itiiril mulll Sim
, ,, , ,,
. fhirnito, Montreal, Curt., orlVpir Tork.
The duelling pintol now occupies its proper
place, in the museum of the collector of rclica
of barbarism. The pistol ought to have beside
It the pestle that turned out pills like bullets,
to be shot like bullets at the target of tho
liver. But the pestle is still in evidence, and
will be, probably, until everybody haa tested
the virtue of Ayer's sugar coated pills. They
treat the liver em a friend, not aa an enemy.
Instead of driving it, they coax it. They are
compounded on the theory that the liver does
its work thoroughly and faithfully under
obstructing conditions, and if the obstructions
are removed, the liver will do its daily duty.
When your liver wants help, get "tho pill
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
k r' with tsilfr I.lnin-r.
Shirred breadths ami Hat or box
plaits have In a great degree replaced
the gislet effects at the back of dress
skirls. In many Instances braiding or
a prtMty vine passementerie simulating
braiding Is curried from the skirt hem
upward, not only on the front and
sides, but frequently, on new French
gowns, nt the back, tapering as It goes.
In nearly every case, not withstand
ing all that we hear of Hie absence of
stiff Inteillnlngs, the lwiek and aides of
these sklrlnnre thoroughly well set out
from the figure, and not n few of the
gowns nre so arranged that French
dressmakers call them "standing
gowns," nnd certainly some of the mod
erately spreading, elalsirately trimmed
nuslels would not be Improved by a fit
ting position of Its wearer,
Tfierfl are very ninny women who
ncer wear th.tr walking costumes In
the house any more than they would
don tliolr rolxw of cerwnony for the
prom-uade - a wise rule but a gown In
How Appointments Aro Made.
Kx-I'resideiit Harrlnon, 1n nn article
on "A Day with tlie FrewldeiH at Ills
Desk," In the iwlles' Home Journal.
gives the niejtlusl hy which appoint
ments to public olllce are made by the
President. "One of Hie Cabinet offi
cers," he writes, "iqmears by npS)ln1
uifttt, lU'compaiilisl by a messenger
with n a anuliKid or n basketful of pa-IM-rs
chiefly made up of petitions ax'.'
letters relating to iipiHilmtiinents. Rtudi
cae has Imh'II briefed and Jackeled, and
one by one they are prenMitcd, the Secretin-)'
adding such Information as ho
has, outside the paperw. The conclu
sion readied are nttel lo appoint a
particular person, or to prosecute a
further Inquiry. The Postmaster (ien
eral brings a large clothes basketful of
jmpens, and an adjournment to the long
Cabinet table Is lieeeswiary In order to
display them, lie takes up the papers
relating to a iMmtoflioc and briefly
states the case. If the cane Is divided
he lllls In the blank on the jacket, 'Ap
point ,' the President ntllxew hs
Initials, and the jmckage is thrown
liiK'k into the basket. A whole after
noon Is often -oiisumel In this wny."
"Brevity Is the Soul of Wit."
Good Wife, You
and health making
arc included in the
making of HIRES
Rootbecr. The prepa
ration of this great tem
perance drink is an event
of importance ina million
well regulated homes.
For Too Wldc-Awake Ones.
Persons who suffer from sleepless
ness may try various simple remedies
with more or leas success, unless their
Insomnia be due to such a deranged
condition of the nerves as possibly re
quires a doctor's care. Warmth Is an
admirable aid to drowsiness, and a
glass of boiling milk or hot lemonade,
or cocoa makes an excellent bedtime
drink. . I
Every man hM a lot of stuff he can't
is full of good health.
ing, satiifying. Put
some up to-diy and
have it ready to put
down whenever you're
Made only by The
Charles E. Hires Co.,
Philadelphia, A pack
age makes 5 gallons.
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Uabast Mfc F
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Every Thursday afternoon h
tourist sleeping car for ln,
ver, Soli. I like Cltv, San Fran
cisco, and Los Angeles learel
Oii.hIih an., Lincoln via tbs
It is earneied, upholstered,
in rnttati, has spring scats andi
backs and Is provided with1
curtains, bedding, towels. soap
eie. An eiperienced exeur-J
sion conductor and a uni
formed Pullman porter mti
com. any It ihroUKh to lual
I'aci lie Coast.
While i. either ns expensively)
flnlKhed nnrsft II ri m Innlr ae
as a palae-i- sleeper. It is Just aa
good to ride In. Second cla.s
thkeia are honored and the
firlceof a berth, wide enovigli
or Iwo, Is only ;.
for a folder giving full j.ar-;
ticulara write to
J. Francis, Gen'l Pa.w'r Agent, Omaha. Neb
flsjj at u ,ultr,
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