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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 2, 1909)
The first thought In painting (mould,
of course ho durnblllty and dura
blllty means simply puro pnlnt prop
erly applied. Puro pnlnt Is puro
white lead and IhiHOcd oil (with or
without tinting inatcrlal).
Somo years ago the paint-buyer wn
likely to got adulterutcd or counter'
felt whito lend ir lio wuk not familiar
with brands. To-day hu may buy
with perfect uafcty if he only nmken
Hiiro that the Dutch Hoy Painter
trademark lu on tho pnckiiges of
whlto load Unit ho buys. This trudo
mark was adopted by National Lead
Company to 'distinguish tho puro
whlto load niado by them from tho
worthless adulterated and fako goods.
It is a guarantee as vnluablo to tho
lionae-owner as tho education of a
paint expert could bo.
All In Fight Against Tuberculosis.
Prevention of tuborouhmla versus
dividends Is tho proposition whir-h
Bomo of our largest insurance com
panies nro now trying to establish.
Tho MetroiKilttnn Life recently ap
plied for permission to erect a nana
torlum for Its policy holders and em
ployes adlletod with tuberculosis, but
tho application was refused on grounds
of Illegality by Now York State Super
tntendnnt of Insurance 1 iotebkiss. The
company Is, howover, conducting an
Active educational campaign by dis
tribution 3,fil)0,000 pamphlets among
tts policy holdors. Tho Provident
Savings Llfo ARnnrnnco society has
also established a health bureau,
where Its policy holders may receive
Tree medical advice. Sovoral fraternal
orders, notably the Modern Woodmen.
Knights of Pythias, Hoynl League,
Koyal Arcanum and Workmen's Clr
)le, have already established or are
contemplating tho erection of satin
orln for tholr tuberculous members.
The Ever Changing Waist Line.
nonslder tho mental agility It takes
to keep iii with one'a waist line One
ooh to bed at night In the sweet as
alliance that it will be under the arms
for tho next two or three months at
any rate, and awakes to loam from the
headlines in tho morning papers the
waist lino is iMisltlvely at tho kneos
There la absolutely no use in prognos
tlcailng anything about it any longer
That the waist lino occurred at the
waist was an axiom accepted as un
questionably as that tho earth re
volves on Its axis, but in theso days
of higher critlcihm it is likely to be
anywhere. It bloweth whore it list
eth. -Mrs. Wilson Woodrow, in Ameri
Tho other evening Miss Y a maiden
lady of uncertain years, suspecting
tho cook was entertaining her beau
downstairs, called Martha and in
quired whether sho did not hear some
one talking with her.
"Oh, no, ma'nm," cried tho ipilck
witted Martini; "it was only mo sing
ing a psalm."
"Very good," returned MlfiS Y. sig
nificantly; "you may aniuso yourself
with psalms, but let's have no hlms."
Weds Her Rich Stepfather.
Social circles in Pasadena. Oul.,
learned with uinnzemont the other day
that Miss Katharine TraphiiKen lias
become tho brldo of her stepfather,
Cyrus M. Davis of Los Angeles. Miss
Trnphagen lived with her sisters in
Altadena and was one or tho promi
nent members of the Young Women's
Chrlstiau association, being director
of its short story club.
Didn't Co Near tho Water.
"Unve you caught a cold, dear?"
"Just a little cold, mamma."
"Iiavo you got your feet wet lately,
my dear child?"
"Why, 1 got one Just a weo bit wet
when In my bathing suit tlio otner
day, mamma." Yonkers Statesman.
"Arc you still In tho blissful inttw
it-ution of lovo?"
"No, 1'vo reached tho headache
ICvcn doctors disagree and when
they do it helps to swell the popula
tion of ono of tho other two places
The Laborer Eats Food TTiat Would
Wreck an Office Mn.
Men who nro actively engaged at
hard work can sometimes eat food
that would wreck a man who is moro
Thin is illustrated in tho following
"I was for 12 years clerk in a store
working actively and drank coffeo all
tho tlmo without much trcublo until
after I cutcrod tho telegraph service.
"Thore I got very llttlo exorcise :nd
drinking strong coffee, my nerves
woro unsteady and my ntomnch got
weak and I was noon a vory sick man.
I quit meat and tobacco and in fact I
stopped eating everything which I
thought might affect mo oivopt coffeo,
but still my condition grow worso, and
I was all but a wreck.
"I finally quit coffeo and com
menced to uso Postum n few years
ago, and 1 am speaking tho truth
when I say, my condition commenced
to improvo inimcdlntoly and todny I
am well and can cat anything I want
without uny bud effects, all duo to
shifting from coffeo to Postum.
"1 told my wlfo today I believed I
could digest a brick if I had a cup of
postum to go with it. x
"Wo make it according to directions
boiling it full 20 minutes and uso good
rich cream and It is certainly deli
cious." Look In pkgs. for a copy of tho fa
mous llttlo book, "Tho Koad to Well
vllle." "Thcro'H a Ronson."
IJ-ier mid Ihi iilmvi lcMorf A nnt
one nnpenr from tint" lime. They
nro hi-ii u I ue, t.'ur, mid full o huniun
- 7-aa CTt SL.
xmi a ""' ' ' y
I V ftffiJ
V ?yl- " i . .1 LLiji-ijul","r 1 1 H
B-rrrr tm-7smZmmt ii In' rjN
At the Turn of the Staircase She Paused.
"Jfnd" Dan Mnltlnnd, on rcnuhltn; his
Nrw York bachelor club, met nn attrac
tive ynuiifr woman nt the iloor. .Innltnr
O'Hnifnn mistired him no ono hnil bci-n
within that rtiiy. Pan discovered a wom
an's linger prints In iliiHt on his desk,
nlontf with ii letter from his attorney.
Mnltlnnd dined with Knnncrrnnnj his at
torney. Dan Kiit out for (Jreentlelds, to
(jet his family Jewels. DurliiK his walk
to the country hoiI. ho met the youm;
woman In Kray, whom he hud hccii lenv
lns his bachelors)' club. Her auto hud
broken down. lie llxed It. JJy a ruso nho
"lost" him. Miiltluud, on reaching home,
nurprlsed lady In amy, crneUliiK the safe
containing his K-ms. She, apparently,
took him for a well-known crook, Daniel
Anlaty. Half-hypnotized, Mnltlnnd opened
his snfo. took therefrom the Jewels, and
Kiivo them to her, llrst forinfiiR a part
nership In crime. The real Dan Anlsty,
sought by police of tho world, appeared
on tho nnme mission. Mnltlnnd overcame
hhn. Ho met tho girl outside tho houso
and they sped on to Now York In her au
to. Ho had tho Jewels and slm promised
to meet him that day. Muitluiid received
a "Mr. Snalth," Introducing; himself as a
detective. To shield the Klrl la Kray,
Maltland, about to show him the Jew
els, supposedly lost, was foiled by a blow
from "Hnalth's" cane. The latter proved
to ho Anlsty himself nnd ho secured tho
Konis, Anlsty, Who was Mnltlaud's dou
ble, masqueraded as tho latter. The
criminal kept Maitland's enuuKement with
tho girl In Kray. Ho gavn her tho Kerns,
after falling In lovo at Ilrst HlKht. They
woro to meet and dlvldu tho loot. Malt
land revived and resetted uiIhhIiik his
eimaij-emcnt. Anlsty, mnsnucrudlni; hh
Maltland, nmrouly molded captHro
throuKh mysterious tip. Tho Rlrl In Kray
visited Maltland's npnrtinents dtirlng his
absenco and returned Kcins, being dis
covered on return. Multland, without
cash, called up his homo and heard a
woman's voire expostulating. Anlsty,
disguised as Maltland, told her his real
Identity and realizing himself tricked
tried to wring from her the location of
tho gems. Thoa he proposed marriage. A
crash was henrd at the front door. Malt
land started for home. Ho found Anlsty
and tho girl In his rooms. Again ho over
whelmed tho crook, allowing hlrn to es
cape to shield tho young woman. Dun
himself narrowly avoids arrest. Janitor
O'Hagan wined and dined tho olllcera of
tho law. Ulekey, a detective, duped by
Anlsty, rofused to partake and musud on
CHAPTER XII. Continued.
Hat tilted over his eyes, ono elbow
on the clmlrbnek, another on tho table,
flabby Jowls quivering as ho mumbled
tho Indlsponsablo cigar, puffy hands
clasped across his ample chest, ho
sat for many minutes by tho side of
his unheedod drink, pondering, turning
over and over In his mind tho one
ldoa it was capable of harboring at a
"Ho c'u'd 'vo wrote that lottor to
hlmsolf. . , . Ho's wlso enough,
. . . Yeh can't fool Ilickcy nil tho
tlmo. . . . I'll get him yet. dot
tub make good r it's tho sidewalks
f'r mlno. . . . Mo, tryln' hnrd to
mako an 'onest llvln'. . . . 'Nd
him with nil kinds of money!"
Tho fat mottled flngors Bought a
waistcoat pocket and, fumbling there
in, touched caressingly a llttlo pellet
of r.oft paper. Its possessor did not
roqulro to examine It to reassure him
self as to Its legitimacy as a work of
art, nor as to tho prominence of tho
Roman C In its embellishment of on
"A century," ho rollected sullenly;
"ono lonely llttlo century for mine.
'Nd ho had a wad llko a ham . . on
him. . . . 'Nd I might 'vo had It
1 Is VI I
J-rsrrrp rrtrnnzr rA-Mrn-
all for my vory own If . .
brow clouded blnckly.
"Sleuth!" Hlchey ground the epl
thet vindictively between his tooth.
And spat. "Sleuth! Ah hell!"
Recalled to hlmsolf by tho very
vehemence of his emotion, ho turned
hastily, drained to Its dregs tho tnll
glass of lukewarm and vapid beer
which had stoud at his elbow, placed a
nlcknl on tho table, and, rising, wad
dled hastily out into tho night.
It was being borno in upon him with
much force that If ho wished to save
his namo and fame somcthln' hud got
to he douo about it.
"I hadn't oughtuh left him so long,
I guess," ho told himself; "but . . .
I'll get him all right."
And turning, lumbered gloomily east
ward, rnpt with vain imaginings,
squat, Bwollen llguro blending Into the
deep, meaner shadows of tho Tender
loin; and so on townrd Maltland's
rooms morose, misunderstood, malig
nant, coddling his fictitious wrongs;
somehow pathetically typical of the
force ho represented.
On tho corner of Fifth avenue he
pnused, stnrtlod fairly out of his dour
mood by tho loud echo of a name al
ready becomo too hatofully familiar
to his ears, and by tho sight of what,
nt first glance, ho took to bo tho be
ginning of n street brawl.
In the alcovo tho girl waited, torn
In tho throes of Incipient hysteria; at
first too weak from reaction anil re
vulsion of fooling to do unything other
than lean heavily against tho wall and
light with nil hor strength nnd will
against this crnwllng, shuddering
creeping horror of nerves, that threat
onod allko hor self-control, her con
Hclousnoss, and hor reason.
Hut Insensibly tho tremor woro It
self nwny, leaving her weary and worn
but mistress of her thoughts and ac
tions. And sho dropped with gratitude
Into a chair, bending an ear attentive
to tho war of words being waged In
tho room beyond tho portieres.
At first, however, sho fulled to grasp
tho Import of tho altercation. And
when In tlmo Bho understood Its trend,
It was with Incredulity, resentment,
and a dawning dread lest a worse
thing might yet befall her, worso by
far than nught that had gono bofore.
Rut to bo deprived ot his protection,
to feel herself forcibly restrained from
tho bholtor of his generous caro !
A moment gone sho had been sr
suro that all would now bo well with
her. onco Maltland succeeded In rid
ding himself of tho police. Ho would
shut tho door and and thou sho would
come forth and tell lilin, tell him
ovorythlug, and, withholding naugln
that dauiued her lu hor own esteem,
throw herself upon his morcy, brulsci
with penltenco but sereno In the as
suranco that he would prove kind,
Bho had such faith In his tonder
and gentle kindness now. . . . She
had divined so clearly tho mntlvo that
had permitted Anlsty'a escape In or
der that she might be saved, not alone
from Anlaty. not alone from the shame
of Imprisonment, but from herself us
well from hoi self as Mall hind knew
hor. Tho burglar nut of the way, by
ruso. evasion, or subterfuge tshn would
bo secreted from the prying of tho po
lice, smiiKKlcd out of tho liotiao and
taken to a place of safely, given a
new chance to redeem herself, to clean
her bunds of the mire of theft, to be
come worthy of the womanhood that
was hers. . . ,
Hut now she thrust llngernalls
cruelly Into her soft palms, striving
to contain herself ami keep her tougue
from frying aloud to those three
brutal, blind men the truth; that she
was guilty of the robbery, she with
Anlsty; that Maltland was -Maltland:
u word synod) minis with "man of
lu the beginning, Indeed, all that re
strained Ihi- from doing so was her
knowledge that Maltland would be
more pained by her sue rlllcc than glad
dened oi i filmed, lie was so sure of
clearlm; himself. ... It was In
conceivable to her that I here could be
men so stupid and eraiisly unobserv
ant as to be able to confuse the Iden
tity of the two men for a single In
slant. What though they did resemble
each other lu form and (future? The
likeness went no deeper; below the
surface, and rising thiough it with
every word and look and gesiuio. lay
a worldwide gulf of dlffeience in
every simile of thought, feeling, and
She herself could never again be de
f rived -no, never! Not for a second
could sh, mistake the one for the
other. . . .What were they saying'.'
The turmoil of her Indignation sub
sided as she listened, breathlessly. In
Maltland's story of his ailventuies:
and the Joy that leaped lu her for his
frank mendacity In suppressing every
Incident that Involved her. Amis all but
overpowering. She could have wept
for sheer happiness; and at a later
time she would: bin not now, when
ever) thing depended on her maintain
ing the veiy Mlleuco of death. . . .
How dared they doubt him? The
Insolents! The crude brutish Insol
ence of them! Her anger raged high
again . . . and as swiftly was
quenched, extinguished lu a twinkling
by ii tenor born of her excitement and
a bare suggestion thrown out by
' . . . oxplaltiiu' how a crook like
Anlsty made three Irles in one day
to steal some Jewels and didn't get
'em. Where were they, all this lime'."'
Maltland's cool retort was lost upon
her. What matter? If I bey disbe
lieved him, persisted In calling him
Anlsty, in natural course they would
undertake to search the flat. And If
sho were found. . . . Oh, she must
spare him that! She had given him
caiiso for suffering enough. She must
get away, and that Instantly, before
. . . J'rom a distance, to morrow
morning tonight, ovou by telegraph,
sho could comiuunlcato with him. . . .
At this Juncture O'l lagan entered
with liln parcel. The rustle of the
paper as he brushed against the door
Jamb was lu itself a hint to a mind
keyed to tho highest pitch of excite
nient and seeking a way of escape
from a position conceived to bo peril
ous. In a trice the girl had turned
and sped, Ilghtfooted, to the door open
lug on tho private hall.
Here, halting for a brief reconnals
sunce, sho determined t hut her plan
was feasible, If huzardous. She ran
tho risk of encountering some oik
ascending tho stairs from the ground
Iloor; but if she were cautious am'
quick sho could turn back In tlmo. On
tho other hand, tho men whom she
most feared were thoroughly occupied
with tholr differences, dead to nil snve
thnt which was happening within the
loom's four walls. A curtain htiiig
porhapu u third of tho way across the
study door, tempering tho light In tlu
hall; nnd tho broad shoulders of tin
cabby obstructed the remainder of tin
It was n chance. She poised herself
on tiptoe, half undecided, and the
rustling of pnpor as O'Hagan openei!
tho parcel afforded her an opportunity
to oscapo, by drowning tho noise ol
For two eternal seconds sho wat
odglng stealthily down toward thr
outer dodr; then, In no tlmo at all
found herself on tho landing nnd
confronted by a fresh complication
ono unforeseen: how to leavo tin
houso without being oliserved
stopped, and perhaps detained until
too lato? Thoro would be men nt the
door, boyond doubt; possibly police
stationed thoro to arrest all porsom
attempting to leave. . . .
No tlmo for weighing chances. The
cholco of two alternatives lay before
her: olther to roturn to the alcove
or to seek safety In tho darkness o!
tho upper floors untenanted, as shr
had been at pains to determine. The
lattor seeinod by far tho better, the
less dangerous, courso to pursue. Am!
at onco sho took It.
Thoro was no light on the first
Iloor landing It hnvlng presuinabl)
been extinguished by tho Janitor earl.v
In tho evening. Only a feeble twlllglr
obtained there, In part u relloctnd glow
from tho ontranco hall, partly thin am'
dlfTusod rays escaping from Maltland'f
study. So It was that tho first few
steps upward took tho girl Into dark
noss no closo and unrollovcd as U
scorn almost palpable.
At tho turn of the staircase sin
paused, holding tho rail ami rcstlnr
for an Instant, tho while sho listened
-'ro ascending nt a moro sedate pnc
to n havou of safety moro complete In
hat It would bo moro romote fron
tho battle-ground below.
And, resting bo, was suddenly chlllo
through and through with fear, buooi
childish dread of tho Inlnnglbln and
unknown terrors that lurked In tho
blncknoss nbnvo her. It wnn as If,
rendered supersensitive by strain and
excitement, tho qui vim lug filaments of
her subconsciousness, llko spiritual
tentacles feeling ahead of her, had
encountered and recoiled from a shape
of evil, n specter of horror obscono .nd
malign, crouching, ready to spring,
there, In tho shadow of night. . , .
And her breath was smothered fn
her throat nnd her henrt. smote so
madly ngalust tho frnlt walls of Ita
cage that they seemed llko to burst,
while she stood trausllxcd, frozen in
Inaction, limbs stiffening, roots of hor
hair stirring, fingers gripping tho ban
ister rail until they pained her; nnd
with eyes that stared wide Into tho
black heart of nothingness, until tho
night seemed pricked with evuuoscent
periods of dim tiro, peopled with iiion
Blrouu and terrible shadows cloulng
about her. . . .
Yet It was absurd! She must not
yield to such puerile superstitions.
There was nothing there. . . .
There wan something there . . .
something thai like an lucarnutlon of
hatred was stalking her. . . .
If only nlie dared scream! if only
she dared I urn and lly, back to the
comfort id light, and human com
There arose a trampling of fcot in
Hie hnltwit), and she heard Mnltlaud's
voice like a far echo, as ho bade tho
police good night. And distant and
unreachable as he seemed, tho sound
ol his words brought her strength and
jomo reassurance, and she grew
slightly more composed. Yet, the In
stant that he had turned away to talk
to the cabman, her fright or that un
speakable and Incorporeal menace
Heeded her consciousness like a great
wave, sweeping her -metaphorically
olf her feet. And Indeed, for the time,
sho felt as If drowning, overwhelmed
lu vast waters, sinking, sinking Into
Hie black ubyss of syncope. . . .
Then, as a drowning person -wo'ro
told -clutches nt straws, sho grasped
again at the vibrations of bis voice.
. . What was ho saying?
"You will wall outside, please, until
I coine out or send somebody, whom
you will take wherever directed. . . ."
Speaking to the cabman, think
ing of her, providing for her escape!
Couslilcrulo and forcslghtci! as al
ways! How she could have thanked
him! The warmth of gratitude that
enveloped her almost unnerved her;
she was put to It to restrain her Ini
puhio lo rush down the stairs and . . .
Hut no; she must not risk tho
chance of rebntf. How could she fore
tell what was In his mind and heart,
how piobe tho depths of bin feeling
toward her? i'eihaps ho would re
ceive her protestations lu skeptic spir
it. Heaven know he lint! cause to!
Dared she . . . To be repulsed! . . .
Hut no. He had provided this menus
for lllght; she would advantage her
self of it and . . . and thank him
by letter. Rest to; for ho must over
think the worst of her; sho could
never undeceive him pride restrain
ing nnd upholding her.
Hotter so; alio would go, go quickly,
before he discovered her absence from
(he Hat. . . .
And Incontinently she swung about
nnd llew down the stairs, silently,
treading an lightly on tho heavily
padded steps as though sho had been
thistledown whirled adrift by tho
wind, altogether heedless of tho
ci eeilng terror sho had sensed on tho
upper (light, careless of all save her
Immediate need to reach that cab be
fore Multland should discover that sho
Tho door was Just closing behind
the cabby as sho reached tho bottom
step; and sho paused, considering that
It were best to wait a moment, at
least, lest ho should bo surprised at
tho quickness with which his employ
er found work for him; paused and on
Homo mysterious Impulse half turned,
glancing back up tho stairs.
Not a thought too soon; another In
stant's hesitation and she had been
caught, Somo one a man wns de
scending; nnd rapidly. Maltland?
liven In her brief glance she saw tho
white shield of a shirt busom gleam
dull against the shadows. Maltland
was in evening drcsj. Could It bu
possible . . . ?
No tlmo now for conjecture, tlmo
now only for action. Sho Bprang for
tho door, had it open In a trice, uud
before the cabby wns really en
throned upon his lofty box, the girl
wub on (ho atop, fair troubled face
upturned to him in wild entreaty.
"Hurry!" sho cried, distractod.
"Drivo off. at onco! Please oh,
Seizing reins nnd whip, ho Jerked
tho startled animal between tho shafts
out of Its abstraction and
"I Bay, cabby! Ono moment!"
Tho cabman turned; tho figure on
tho stoop of the houso was undoubted
ly Maltland'u Maltland as ho had Just
seen him, with the addition of it hat
As ho looked tho man was at tho
wheel, clambering lu.
"Changed my mind I'm coming
ilong, cubby," ho said cheerfully.
"Drivo us to tho St. Luke building,
plenso and hurry!"
ceo nr: continued.)
"The feuiluluo mind in a utrauge nr
rntiKomont," remarked n friend yea
' onlay. "iMy wlfo u.uvu mo n letter to
nail thin morning, with two cents to
'my a stamp. 1 told hor tho letter
vna a llttlo over weight and would ro
pilro un extra stamp. Sho oald it
.vnsn't worlli tho difference and how
lo you think' sho lomcdled 117 Sho
.oro tho loiter upon, acratchod out ono
iuko of It, put It In a now onvolopo
mil bunded it back to mo! Con you
Tim University Hchnol of MubIo ot
Lincoln, Neb., Is sondlng out nomo
boautlful views of tho Stato Unlvor
slty and grotindii free to thoao Inter
ested lu a musical education.
"consrlenco money," saya tho Phi
losopher of Folly, "Is tho 50 conta
your wife leaven In your pncliof. when
she cleans the rest out."
Some people net an If thev wnro
afraid they might forget Ihnlr troubles
If they didn't talk about thorn all
To Be Seen in Lincoln at
Hardy's Store Dur
ing Fair Week.
Tim "CiuoifWIon," ono of the merit nvil
Istle hlhlic.il paliitiiigH (hat ban appeared
In the world of art slncn TIhsoI'ii famoilH
picture of Christ, will bo on exhibition
at Hardy's fiirnltoro uud Carpet Htnre,
l.ltieolii, during fulr uocU.
Thn painting-, which I'l 0 by J! foul.
In the win It of Franz A. laiml.ilil, tho
noted MivciIIhIi artist. It depicts tho cru
(.lllxliui at Itn mo'rt diamatlc moment.
Just as the rabbin hritfika away from tho
spot. lerror-iitilcl.iMi at tho nturni that
One of thn malefactors' croiwy baa
been broken down by tlio iilorm and lies
upon the giomiil, nn Innovation which
adds ginallv lo the iMiptivmlviiMi'.'Vi of llin
CIiiImI upon (ho upright crow. The other
miilctiii'tnr'rt i-niM.4 Is aweivlng ! I la
Horlit't. straining under tho presi iro of
the Htniiu. Save for a Itom.ui mildi.ir who
standi) on annul. Maty, John unit tho
Magdalen aliiiin bravo the oIiiiiimiIh. Tho
croud Is ttei-liig wildly from llin Hlaini.
I.iltidahrs i IdSo iitliinrciico In Llin New
TcHt.iiiii-nt'H version of tlio oniclllxlon Id
not idle. t'liHtiiiiiftt, uulfortu'i and not
UiigH aio all hint. nli-, illy cornet.
This great painting, valued at from
170. umi in Jino.ooa, was on oxhlbltl.ui at
our stole over Ivvo yeam ago nnd at
tracted over 10.001) peoplo to our third
floor. It h.iM Inmilcjl over ItO.OOO miles
since, and has been shown In .Stockholm,
Sweden; Copenhagen, Denmark; llelf.ist
and Miilllu, Itetand; llabaiia, Cuba;
Montreal nnd Quehei;, Canada, uud Vic
toria. (IiIIIkIi Columbia.
It Is our ulsh that every ftlutn I'ltlr
visitor hIiiII have, thn nrlvllego of view
ing lids it. 1 1 in.-iHtorplreo Tree at our
Ml i re .ill of hor week. ISM-1.12(1 O street.
Htoio opt ii lo U o'clock ovenlngH.
GREAT PIANO SALE
During QTATC PAIR wn Hindi offer ovorr
tho OIHIC iMIll iiiHtrumuiit lu oar
ihkhiook m nirgo r lu.ai nn rrmn roiutar
prli-e.'i. This will miuii u big niiiiiry-iitvliig
pi iii)llluii ui IIiimo tvlm tao n4v ml.Mi! of
it Here U vour onp'iri.uiiltv to luiy 11 II mi
piano at. (Ill K ATI. V KKIlUOr.ll IMIMIKS.
lln Hiiro nnd tnkn udviiiitauoor it Onr-dil.w
nro not hot air hut mi li ili it wo mlvontio
to iln. We nro tlio old'-sl immlo limmi la tho
stiitontid inmrati'nr ixirfni-.t H.itUdvll in. Wo
Hlmll present I'll KM (.,, every nd'ilb Imly
caller durum (lie sluto Oil-, u beautiful folio
o lleetlnii of vikuI on I ItiHtriiiinintul niililn: to
over;' gcutleiiinn culler, a nolo or p.ipor hold
or. It member tho plnon.
Proscott Music Cvmpany
1UIO STItlSKT LINCOLN, NIC II.
Wo huvo our'd
maiiv; call on us
but ore it is too
Into. Call ut our ollloo for proofs and
testiiii'inialH. Over ".0 years in Lincoln.
No linil'o, no blood. Dlt.T. O'CONNER,
1105 O St., Lincoln. Thin advertisement
appears only thin wcr.k. Cut it 01U.
Miiko vour sir r Mien- CHID lUCCU
merits for inn.ilc.al study iTM I It If CCu
The University School ol Music
Pay ui a visit or writo for catmlouo,
Fall term HtnrlH Soptombor Gilt.
Tot us mako you ligurou on your bill,
flood gruiloH, quick shipment anil low
priced. Direct to consumer. F. W.
BROWN LUMBER CO., Lincoln, Neb.
DR. ROBERTS-SPECIALIST IN
SUnGERY AND CHRONIC DISEASES
IKKiOHtrint. Lincoln Koliniska KKKKCON
HULTATMN mid KXAMINA'UON. Wrlta
or call on him when In Lincoln,
FIRST MOaTGflGE BONDS ;?.ffi
liiiivcrnily I'l.iee. Met,., in tliAJitmtiiuiln, iliui liuino,
two, three, fo.ir or Urn yorti,Mtf intromit; will rnti
nny lime for mmnlie,luii turn intailtrHliiti'tl; wind
pnxtnl fur el rim lur umi picture; W. K. Ilurklur, Jr.,
or Lincoln Kiifu DuimmII Co., Lincoln. Nutx-nnka.
CORNELL ENGRAVING GO.
Ha f Tones unit Linn runnings. NW aid
complete oiiKruvliiK plant Sill No. II til Ht..
Lincoln Cull lino of PHOTO SUPPLIES
Tinniitlfill Cabinet (Irani I'lino, Miihnauy
ciim). used Imt a short tliiMnt reult d; original
price. MM. SIMCLIAL tfioo, JnohidliiK stool
and scarf Write ut onco fur o'lier b.ir -nJni
nnd mention Mils ptpnr HtiHMOLLKll fit,
MOKI.I.KIl IM.VNO OH. Kltulflldi id. IHVJ.
i;i,1 South Klrveiitli Nt., Lincoln, Noli,
MARSEILLES GRAIN ELEVATORS
lire the bent-, InsUtmi hnvlni; them.
Auk your locnl ileiilcr, or
JOHN DEERE PLOW CO. OMAHA
HERBERT E.GOOCH CO.
UKUKLKS AND DEALERS
Grain, Provlalont, Stock, Cotton
Main Office. 204.203 Frleriuly DM.
Ilcll I'lionnriHi Ante I'liune 059
LnrKCHt limine In Htutn.
Beat rise Creamer; Go.
rnyn Mia hlKtieot price for
IniproTfil and mitmprotod f.irms In eastern
Boutli Dakota for huIo on
CROP PAYMENTS or 10 YEARS TIME
Wllleroct bullilliiBHon any farm tmnumecAu
, mpi. etc., uil.l reus ALEX. II. RAIT, Kornwo-t a
1 MorcUnU'Ulds., 10.li n.idOoU Lincoln. Nab.
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