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NOVEMBER 10, 1905
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Wanted - Young Men
rnesflnjcflr Ilrakcmen, Mremen, KiectHo Motrtrmcij,
Conductor, J'orters. Bxprlenco nnneccnaarr. I'o
;lon open In etcry stale. 1)KIT. II. LNTKU
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f B fUj Q ET M 5,000.00 madofrom ha'f acre.
Wllfc" Kaslly grown lri garden or
farm. Hoots and seeds for sale. Bond 4o for pos
truo and got booklet OL tolling all about It.
IfrDowoll Ginseng Garden, Joplln, Mo.
on-tight. Bold to the Karmor at Whole.
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piunl for Guldo JJodlc and What to Invent. -Finest
i'ublicatlon Issued for FHKR Distribution. Pntonts
fir tired by B Advertised at our Expense. Evans,
Wiikens & tCo., 015 V dU, Washington, D. 0.
You Can Make $5.oo
a day showlngyour friends and neighbors our Patent
if-sliarpenlng Shears. lCxporlonco unnecessary,
dcnerul Agents wanted on salary. Zleglor Co., 1'hll-urioiphlu.
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absolutely cure; wo
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explain tho business folly, remember wo guarantee aclearprofU
of Ifureverrday'swork, absolutely tare. Write at once.
UOUL MAAUFACTUBlaQ CO., Box 13501trojt, Mich.
BARGAINS IN FURNITURE
we ooaRnc me entire aso.ooo.000.00 ST.
LOUIS WORLD'S FAIR, and now off, yon
all too Furniture It la rnoitly new, repre
Renting exhibitors' samplei, turnlsblnRs of
O 01 cos, Barracks, Hotels, Foreign and Stnto
BIdgt.. etc. Shipped In first-class condition.
boo Deantiiui box fashioned Chairs ex
actly llko illustrations can bo bad In
Golden, Flomlsh or Wc&tborcd Oak fin-
(hfH HAftf.B DAnnlnn hfjnrl iatilnntim.
pattern new. while they last, each bbu
Others at 00c. 80c, 70c, 00c fiend 'or COO
paso I'liEK Illustrated Catalog No. P. A.
Wl fltl T.nmhA. (IlhmhlnM Ufa.aslal TtflM
MAntlnc Atnaa.... Itnfl. f...t..M Dl &
Chtcauo House Wrecking Co,, 38th&rronSt.,Chlcag
u95 ThIs O Hamlstma Nrtkt.
irrnimM sicbi nnj
wituout warming closet or
reservoir. With high warm
trig closet, porcelain lined
reservoir, just as shown In
cut, 113.05 j large. roomy oven,
six cooklnpr boles, body made
of cold rolled steel. Duplex
frato; burns wood or coal,
landsomo nickel trimmings,
OUR TERMS ?n0
most liberal ever
mado. You can pay
after you recel vo tho
use it 30 dam If you don't
find It exactly as represent
ed, the biggest bargain you
ever saw, equal to stoves
retailed for double our.
I price, return It to us. "Wo
CUT THIS AD OUT. Bcnd lfc to na ancf -wo will mail
' you our largo stove catalogue
75 styles to select from. Don't buv until you get H.
MARVIN SMITH CO. CHICAGO. ILL.
With Soothing, Balmy Oils
Three hundred Delawiro policy
holders, particularly of the Mutual,
New York Life and Equitable, met
October 30 and addpted resolutions
calling on the state insuranco com
missioner to require life insurance
companies to answer questions con
cerning campaign contributions and
similar subjects before doing business
in that state.
A Paris cablegram to the New York
World, under date of October 30 fol
lows: "Influential New York friends
of Elliott F. Shepard, who was sen
tenced here last Thursday to three
months' Imprisonment, fined $120 and
ordered to pay $4,000 damages to tho
parents of a giiT who was killed by
Mr. Shepard's automobile last April,
are cabling for the purpose of secur
ing the intervention in his behalf of
the American officials here. The ques
tion is under consideration, but no
step has been taken, owing to the
executive branch of the government
here not having authority over the
courts. Mr. Shepard s attorney has
given up his intention to appeal, as
the fine and imprisonment were the
minimum, leaving no ground for appeal."
Thirteen persons were killed and
thirty were injured in a wreck Octo
ber 30 on the Atchison, Topeka and
Santa Fe near Kansas City."
Rear Admiral Train, commander
in chief of. the American squadron,
and his son, Lieutenant Train, while
out pheasant, shooting accidentally
shot a Chine.se woman, slightly in-1
juring her. Hundreds of villagers
surrounded the "officers, savagely at
tacking them. American marines
were landed and rescued the admiral
and his son.
Five men were killed by a head on
collision between two freight trains
on the Rock Island road October 30
near Casey, Iowa.
Prince Louis of Battenburg is visit
ing in America.
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MR. M. YANT. CRETE. NEB..
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Says of our Mild IViethod of Curing
Cancer: "You have performed one
of the most miraculous cures in my
case ever heard of."
No need of cutting off a woman's
"ast, or a man's cheek or nose, in a
v tin attempt to cure Cf-ucer. No use
J' applying burning plasters to the
J --h and torturing those already weak
m suffering. Thousandjfof persons
ti'-fessfully treated. TUs wonderful,
ld Method is also a' never failing
ture for tumors, catarrh, ugl: ulcers,
fistula and- all sl: and blood
diseases. Write today for the free
to. Bye, m Broadway, Kawis City, Mi.
Operators and mine owners of Ken
tucky coal mines say they will op
pose railroad rate regulation. ,
Colonel T. J. Jackson of Newton,
Kan., chief of staff of the Kansas G.
A. R., was fatally injured October 31
by being run over by a Santa Fe
train at the Kansas City union depot.
Charles A. Stillings of Boston has
been appointed Public Printer.
George Bernard Shaw's play "Mrs.
Warren's Profession," was stopped by
the police in New York Cil. on the
charge that it was indecent.
The net earnings of tie steel trust
for the quarter ending September 30,
were $31,240,582, a gain of $12,466,650
over the third quarter last year. Un
filled orders on hand amount to 5,
The mayor of Minneapolis has de
cided that the Sunday saloon must
Berlin dispatches say that Emperor
William of Germany advised the czar
to grant Russia a constitution.
An Associated Press dispatch under
date of Frankfort, Ky October 31,
follows: "The Kentucky railway
commission today through Chairman
McChord, promulgated forty-two ques
tions to bo answered by all railroad
companies operating in and through
tho state, upon responses being made
to which it will begin tho investlga
tion and hearing inaugurated several
months ago looking to tho regulation
of all traffic rates charged for hauls
within tho confines of the common
wealth. It fixed Tuesday, November
14, in the department of tho commis
sion here, to begin the hearing, which
will last s6voral months. The ques
tions put to tho companies aro
grouped under four headings, thoy be
ing as to "valuation," "gross earnings
and income," "operating expenses"
and "traffic and mileage statistics."
The companies can only bo required
to answer as to Kentucky traffic, pas
sengers and freight, and the questions
as put are directed only as to these.
Peter Campbell of Akron, Colo.,
former register of the land office, and
a number of county officers, politi
cians and bueiness men, were arrest
ed October 30, charged with forgery
and perjury in the location of gov
Governor Luke E. Wright, of the
Philippines, was given a farewell ban
quet at Manilla, October 31.
G. S. Leads, genoral manager of
the Santa Fe Refrigerator Dispatch,
testifying before the interstate com
merce commission, admitted that re
bates are given to shippers in the
California fruit service by practically
all car lines.
The attorney general for the state
of Kansas has commenced proceedings
to oust from that state the Pullman
Car company on tho ground that the
car company failed to pay to the state
treasurer the charter fee of $14,800.
President Roosevelt has issued his
proclamation naming Thursday, No
vember 30, as Thanksgiving day.
Sir Purdin Clark, director of the
Metropolitan museum, arrived at
New Yor.k November 3 and announced
his intention of becoming an American
Federal authorities in Minnesota
have commenced proceedings against
Frederick Hyde, John A. Benson and
C. E. Glover to recover twenty-six
tracts of government land in Minne
sota which it is alleged the defendants
obtained through fraud.
An Associated Press dispatch under
date of New York, November 3, fol
lows: William Astor, son or wn
Ham Waldorf Astor, was called on to
pay a $2 tax as an alien today before
being admitted"into the United States.
This tax was- levied on the section
of the UniteJ States laws requiring
a head tax of $2 for every alien land
ing in this country. William Waldorf
Astor, one of the largest holders of
real estate in this city, lives in Lon
don." From many of the interior cities
of Russia come reports of conflicts
in which the "Jews appear to be the
principal sufferers. Tho Kieff cor
respondent of the Reuters' Telegram
company, under date of Novemher 3,
says: "The Jewish quarter has been
given over to plunder, rapine and
murder ever since the emperor an
nounced the 'granting t)f a constitu
tion. That day during a monster
demonstration from the city hall a
shot was suddenly fired. The Cos
sacks andu dragoons x Immediately
THE OLD LINE BANKER'S LIFE
OF LINCOLN, NEBRASKA
Hbh over $1,000,000 AhhoIs
Lcnrtt the world In Ha home state. Haa
a (rood poMtlon lor a good man.
if vou usi:
MIGA-NOID READY ROOFING
It will not rot and blow off llko
nhlnglonj resists flroj L.nrvrn In
Huritnoo Ittitos: will not rust aud
leak llko tin or iron; easily applied.
fllicn-Nold contains no pitch or
coal-tar to molt In somninr or crack
in wlntor.' Saves You
Money on account of
Its auporlor quality.
THICK. Buy dlroot
from 'the factory. WB
PAY TIIK I'KKIOHT.
Write today for FICI2K
booklot and samples.
ASBESTOS MFG. & ROOFING GO.
Manufaeturara ! Everything In th
Htntlon A. ST. J.OUIH, MO.
HOME VISITORS' RATES
Illinois Central R. R,
THE DATE NOVEMBER 27
A chance to visit your old homo.
Why not spend Thanksgiving and
Christmas with old friends once more?
The Illinois Central makes this pos
sible by offering exceptionally low
rates for the round trip a shown be
low, with long limit.
Toronto, Ont $33.55
Indianapolis, Ind $23.20
Louisville, Ky $26.00
Detroit, Mich 25.35
Buffalo, N. Y .... $33.00
Salamanca, N. Y $33.70
Cleveland, O $28.35
Columbus, O $28.15
Cincinnati, O $27.35
Toledo, O $25.70
Pittsburg, Pa $31.00
Wheeling, W. Va $31.70
Springfield, III $17.45
Kankakee, III $18.00
Bloomington, III. $16.65
Decatur, III. .,.' $17.90
Correspondingly low rales to near
ly all points in the above states.
For full particulars call at 1402 Far
nam St., Omaha, or write,
DISTRICT PASSENGER 'AGENT,
JONES PA YS
j(ll iron, steel and brass
UQNE9 Bx3eo MlNQUAMTON, NY
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