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USES OK TUB DA.NANA.
The BUIn I VnltmMfl .fur IlUckenlus
In tho VYat la-ltt tfio dried lfvea
.and prepaid pottlcat of th Htm aro
tiscil packing raturlitU, snyi Cham
iora' Journal. Froh leav are uci
to sh ado young ooflo or cocoa oed
1lngs In nursery bedi, and to cover co
con oans durlnu fermenUtioa. Tho
2'oung unopened leavos aro so smosth
and boh, thnt they tiro used as drcaa
Ins for bllBtoro. In India tho driad
stalk of tho plnntnln loaf Is used an a
rough kind of tvclno and the lauor
parts nre tnrvdo into email boxo for
holding jinufr. draffs, olo.
In tho Malay panlntula tht nsh of tho
loaf and loaf stalk Is used Instead of
.fioop or fuller's earth hi wnhinj5
clothos, and a eoltvlon of tho okh Is
oftcc ustfd ae a salt in cooking. In the
Dutch Indies, tho nkln of the plantain
l3 used for blackening shoos. Tho juice
which flows from nil out parts of tho
bannna Is rich In tnnnln and of so
ilaekening n nature that It may be used
nn nn Indelible tanrklng Ink, In Java,
tho lonves of iho "wax bnuann" aro cov
ered on the under aldo with n whlto
powder, which yields n valuablo wax,
clenr, hard and whitish, forming an Im
portant artlclo of trade. Tho ashen of
tho leaves, stem, and fruit rind aro om
ployed In Dongal In many dyolng proc
esses. In Slam, a cigarette wrapper lo
mndo from tho lenvo.
Fiber Is got from tbe stems of many
kinds of baunnns. Tho most valuablo
Is tho "manllln hemp" of commerco,
which holds tho chief placo for making
Tvhlto ropes and cordage. Old ropes
made of it form nn oxcMlontpnpormak
lng material, much used In tho United
States for otout packing papers. Tho
.rnanilla homp Industry is a largo one.
About 50,000 tonn of ilbor, valued at
3,000,000, aro annually exported
from tho Philllpplno Ulands. Tho ma
nllla hemp plant Is grown exclusively
Jn tho southern part of tho PhlM'pplncs,
and all attompta to grow It clsowhcro
havo failed. Many artlclen aro mado
from manilla hemp mnta, cords, halo,
plaited work, laco handkerchiefs of tho
finest texture, and various qualities of
paper. At Wohlau, In Switzerland, nn
industry has boon started for making
laco ana materials for ladles' hats from
It. By a Blmplc process It Is mndo Into
straw exactly roscmbling tho finest
wheat straw for plaiting.
Ml rnt'n Loc Bc.ildrd liy n Volcano
1 ?ustlnc penk, forty miles cast
at . Jn a state of eruption. A
week ago last Tuesday Day King and
Llge Davis, who were out upon tho
mountain, heard n rumblo In the earth,
which was followod soon by a distinct
.explosion. About half a mllo from
them on the north side of the peak a
Jargo granite bowlder soared tuott nd
fell with a crash among tho loose rocks,
The flight of the bowlder was followed
,by a puff of Btcam and ashes. Tho fam
ily of Mr. Hufford also saw the erup
tion. Tho next day Mr. Bergcrot wont
to the placo whBro tho explosion oc
curred and found a depression partly
,fillcd wlih ashes from which tho bowl
der had been ejected. Tho snow was
gono for somo dlstanco around tho hole
and tho ground was porfoctly dry. Mr.
Bergcrnt soon becamo nwaro that his
tettt were uncomfortably warm and that
r.team was going up hlo trousers and
jacaldlng his lego and, feurlng a .ropotl
t.on of tho volcanic eruption, he has
tened away from tho spot. St. Loulo
One of the most Important aluminum
novelties of tho yoar Is the Invention of
a Nown'orkor. It la a racing skato that
Is nlmost wlthoul weight and at tho
same tlmo oufllclently strong to stand
tho trcmendoua pressure brought by
.skaters ambitious to break Dcoghuo's
record of a mllo in 2:12 1-5. Tho skato
la composed of a .tool runner eighteen
inches long, one-sixteenth of an Inch
thick and almost as thin as the blade of
a knlfo. The blado Jn supported by u pe
culiar shaped ulumtuum support, on top
ct which la a light strip of mahogany,
making a beautiful and artlKtlc skate.
One of the greatest problems skate man
ufacturers havo had to contend with
was tho production of a skato with a
knlfe-llko runner eighteen inches or
niore Jp length, strong and rigid, and
yet light enough to make their uao prac
ticable Aa Old Jncli-Knlfr.
J. B. Marcoau of MHlbury has coma
Into ppwesslou of a band-forced Jack
knife made In 1772. Its good condition
Jo 6urprlslng. Ills brothor camo to visit
him a short time ago and gavo him this
knife. Mr. Marceau 6ays that when ho
was a small boy there was a stone
house in St. Houh that nono of the peo
ple could rameinber having been In
habited. It had beta built in colonial
time, and was of a stylo of architec
ture adopted for defense against tho
Attacks of hoetllo savngos. Last sum
jner this old bull was torn down,
pud In tho collar the old knife was
A Deeply Hurled Tree.
An almost perfect oedar trae was dis
covered burlud at a depth of 170 feet
below the surface of tha oarth noer
Eureka Junction, Wash., by well dig
gers last wwlt, Larce pleees of tho
trunk and branches were taken out, and
bo well preened waa ihe tree that tho
grain oi ne wood wan very plain. 1 he
well was dug icruujin aoft soil and t,osp
Btone and a little basaltic rock near the
There ere nn n..i'na.ktri la Japan.
When a peraoii u.u a:s tte&reat rela
tives put htm into a coffin and" bury him.
Tbe mouralDg does cot begin until sfter
DOTHEnS THD YANKKE3.
SpnnUli Pronunciation rrorni rnailtnjr
to ii l'nrljr of Chlcuconn.
Krtfm tho Albuqttorquo News: Flvo
UhlcagoauB nrrlved nt Albuquerquo, N.
M., one day lato In Augunt They were
takon in charge by Frank Blake, a Chl
oago boy, who has lived in tho west for
eome years, nnd wore soon shown all
tho sights of tho quaint old town. As
thoy walked along the principal street
Mr. Jamison looked up at a building
and romarkod: "Bl Jornado hotel; nlco
building." "Yen," said Blake. "But
you must pronounce It right. It Is El
Hornnda In tho Spanish tonguo. J la
always II out her." "That's so?" an
swered Jamison. "Fuuny custom.
What's thin church hero? tho cathe
dral of San Juan!" "San Ilunn," cor
rected Blake. Mr. Jamison looked
pained, but accoptcd the correction. A
moment later ho broko out again.
"What's this? La Jolla?" "La Holla,"
spoke tho ready mentor by his side, and
Jamlson'B eyes began to roll. So it went
through tho wholo town. Blako correct
ed Jamlcon nt every turn. When they
all got back to tho hotel JamiBon hnd a
atrange, drawn expression on his face,
but nobody paid much attention to him.
Ho went Into the dining-room and
called a waiter. "Bring me," said Mr.
Jamison, In slow, measured accents,
"somo fricasseed hack-rabbit, with ap
plo holly, and let mo havo a mint hulcp
beforo tho meat, please Tho waiter
atnred at him and somebody at tho next
tablo snickered Thnt was tho last
straw. Tho Chicago man sprang to hla
foot ablaze with Indignation. "By
hlngo," ho thundered. "What In
fernal hnckass dares crltlclBu my
Spanish hargon? By tho great
humping Hudns, I'm Him Haml
cun of Hackson boulevnrd, and I'll
glvo somo of you fellows a swift
holt In tho haw In about four secondol
Oh, yes, I suppose you think this is a
higantlc hoko, but I don't. You'ro hav
ing lots of hoy with me, but I'll como
over there and holn In this hovial ham
boroo In about half a hlffy if you don't
quit your-hoshln! I'm no hay, and I
don't como from Now Horsey. If my
friend Horgo Henny pf tho Marquette
club was hero we'd do somo huggllng
with you hackalB, nnd don't you forget
It " Hero tho waiters and tho rest
of the Chicago delegation dragged Mr.
Jamioon away. Ho recovered under
careful nursing, but made all haste to
get out of Now Mexico aa soon as ho
could catch a trnln.
CLEARED HIS CLIENT.
How n WiMtrrn I-wjr Ovorriime tho
rrruiuriorMco of Kvlclcncn.
From tho Son Francisco Call: "My
first case," said a well-known attornoy,
"was the defense of a negro preacher
In Missouri who had been anestcd for
stealing wood from a railroad company.
, A great deal of fuel hnd been lost from
j time to tlmo, bo whon tho culprit was
arrested the company was so anxious
to make an example of hlra that It em
ployed special counsel and prosecuted
the case vigorously. The evidence
against tho old man was convincing.
He had been seen Bnooklng around tho
wood-pile and waa arrested while car
rying off a load.
' "I had nubpoenaed about twonty well
known business men to testify to tho
previous good character of the defend
ant. When the prosecutlon'B case waa
cloced I put one on tho stand and
" 'Do you know the defendant's rep-
ination for honesty and integrity?'
" 'Yes,' was tho answer.
'"What is It good or bad?'
" 'Bad. Ho will steal anything ho can
get his hands on.'
"A titter ran through tho courtroom.
It wasn't tho answer I had expected,
but It was too late, so I put on a bold
front nnd called another. Ho testified
r tho other witness had, and the pros
ecuting attornoy rubbed his handn with
satisfaction. Before I got through with
my witnesses I pioved that my cllont
waa a most notorious thief, who waa
never known to neglect an opportunity
to steal something, no matter how
trifling it might bo. Then I called a
couplo of physicians, proved tho exist
ence of n mental disorder known as
kleptomania, read some authorities to
chow that it was a good defense If
proved, and submitted my caso. Tho
old preacher was acquitted, and there
after otolo with Impunity, for he con
sidered his acquittal In tho face of facta
equivalent to a llconso to Bteal."
T!i rirt JuiIko a "Corknr."
As Thomas P. Wood, a resident or
Brooklyn, was passl ; Park row on
crutches ono day in March, 1S94, ono
of his crutches caught In ono of tho
manhole covers used by the 1 nrd Ave
nuo Railroad company. He fell and
wr.s severely Injured. He sued the com
pany in the supreme court in Brooklyn
and recovered a verdict of $2,000, which
the trial Judgo Bet aside on the ground
that the company could not be held
llablo for fcuch accidents. The caso was
appealed, and now the general term
reversed the ruling and directed the
recovory of the vordlct. .Justice Pratt,
wrltos the decision, holds that the pub
lic highway Is nude for people on
crutches 33 well as others.
Squirrel ricturued with Winter.
Early last wlntor a man In Bucksport,
Mo., caught a young squirrel, put It in
a cago nnd mado n pot of it The ani
mal becamo very tame, and was per
mitted to have considerable freedom.
It never coemod dlapjsed to take to the
woods again, so long as the cold weath
er lasted. But In the spring It disap
peared. A week or so ago the squirrel
returned nnd took up Its quarters in
the cage again. Some people, claiming
great knowledge of squirrels, appear to
doubt the accuracy of thta story, but
tha man who tells It has a squirrel and
a cage to show for it, and only regrets
that s'julrrcLs caa"t talL.
The vote In tho House -215 to 00
ajjulnst tliD free coinage substltt.to
for tho IIouso bond bill mulces It cer
tain that whether tho Senate pusses
Mm froo coinage substitute or not,
freo c. lune is us dead for this session
us the Heed tariff bill, and that
brings forwird the question, what Is
this Congress going to do anyway?
It looks now as though 'he republi
cans would spend the tlnin not do vot
ed to passing regular appropriation
bills in making moves for or against
ho various presidential candidates,
mid that the final result of the session
would be the appropriation bills.
Tin: cli'Vur oncoming and manlpu
ting that is going on among repub
lican polltlu'uns, indicates in no
uncertain manner, the fact hat they
arc not so confident of victory as
thoy were a short time ogo. Ono
your ago they wero loud in proclaim
ing success hi 'DO. No one is dls.
pl'ijiiig such extreme coulldence
today. A year ago republicans con
templated making the tariff and
Torelgn policy of the democratic ad
ministration the main points of
ittacK. The suddent revulsion of
popular fueling overwhelming In
favor of 1'rcsMetit Cleveland's con
duct of foreign affairs lias rrinowd
ono object or criticism and censure.
Tdc importance that tho money
Hicstlon has assumed in the pollti
a! Held has completely relegated the
tariff question -'to the background.
I'hiH the republican thunder bus
been cruelly destroyed. Which party
Is Mifest on the financial question?
Uepublicins realize that the l.olloy of
i heir party relative to this question
a .s been weak and vaolllati.ig It
uii displayed an unwllliiign -ss to
ommii liscir either way. Hence the
f 'eling of distrust that ch iracterizes
'heir leaders as they enter the up
pioacliing llimncial cotilli t. It Is
democracy's opportunity. Let the
ptrty make the most of It by adopt
ing a platform that will win. The
events of the lat week have demon
strate cl arly that the people endorse
ihe sound financial policy of the ad
ministration, that thoy are strongly in
favor of the gold standard and are
unalterably opposed to the fiee coin
mo heresies of silver mine owners
If the democratic party at their next
it itl nial couve lion recognize this
ntenso popular feeling in favor ot
national financial honor by declaring
firmly an u .equivoc illy In favor of
the gold standard vijtnry will be
theirs. Lincoln lleruld.
FltEK IN FORMATION.
Messrs. O. A. Snow & C. ol Wash
ogton, D. C. lawyers and agents for
for procuring patents, will r,end free
to any address pamplil .is with in
formation about home and foreign
patents, envois, copyrights, trade
marks, infringements, design patents
a'istnrcts of decisions, etc., as well as
tiic cost of patents In United States
and foreign countries.
JTATi: OK NRMtABKA, I
Has llCTTE ("Ol'NIY, )BB
II. II. lliillnril, yon ih-b iioroliy notified thnt on
tho liltli day of April 1M1. Tlionus Hollin pnr-
rlmHOtl at tns fnlo tlio H W l aertinu 10, town-
H'iii '.!, ru 47, Uox lluttn county, r!tt' of No-
jrankd. Tlmt nalil liind waa tnxod In tlio niunti
of It. c. Dnlhird. and the paid pincliao of tax
Kln was nindw for tho taxt of the ipar MC.
I'liat tlio Minn for tho redemption of die afore
aid land will expiro on tho llitli day of Ajull,
Dated at Iladcliffe, Iovra, thin l'.th day of Jan
uary lb93. THUS HOLMS.
Uy It. H. Ilatlard, Ids atty. in fact.
First publication 1-ai-W.
JTATE OV NK1MA8KA, .
liOZ DOTTE ('OUSTY, J
It. 11. llallard, 1011 aro hereby notified that on
tliolatliduy of April 1-01. ThoniKH HuIHh pur
'ilinsedattax Ralo U10N W section 13. towu
hlup'id, raiw"17, Hox Bntto county, ritntoof
NurntLft. That Hnid land was toxetl in tlio
namo of it. II Pallard.and tlin aid purchnhti
of taxa!flvao mado for tlio taxes of the jear
HU. That the time for the rtileinption of tho
aforesaid land will explro on tho i:ith diiy of
Ilated at lladcllfTe, Iowa, thin 1Mb day of Jan.
1W8. ThOS. 1IOLM8,
Py . 11. llallard, hiuatty. in fact.
In tho Matter of the KttnU of )
Junicd Mcl'ullouKh, deccatsed. )
In the district court of liox lluttocoanty:
Notlco 1h hereby cien that in 1urn1ance of an
order af the Hon W. H Westoer, Judge of the
lilhtrictt ouri ot nox liulto county. noiraKa,
made on the loth day of Kebrnaay lfe'.-O. for the
rtato ot tho real tnlato lieruuialtcr deucrilied,
tliero will Iw eoiaattne wwt iront ooor ut tno
rourtliauMiIn lliriii:foro,lloi Dnttuconnty.Niw
braka, on tho Uth day ot Marpli, Ibti'i, nt in
o'clock a. m., at public veuduo to tho hilicf-t
bidder for rat.li, tlm NorUiwett (iiiarter of tec
UouXl, inTovfiinhip'J" north, 1Uhk M wet of
the sixth princiial Meridian, in Hox Hut to
caunty, Nobraska. tiald tale will remain open
one hour. Jon.v II. Bmnii.
Administrator of tho eftato of James Mct'nl
Uatl February 14th, 1SW.
iCaTeats. end Trade-MarU obtained and all P&t-1
jcntbmir.cM conducted for MODCRATC Fees.
Sour omct is ofpositc U. s. PATCNTOrnct
2adecaaecare patent ia lei timo tlua inoo
rrtmnlA frnm WmhinptorL
0 A .ll -9 T . . ab BMlkk HAJk4M.
t tlon. Wo advUe, If MtenubU or not, Irco of
durce. Our fee not due till patent u tecureu.
t n.uwirT "How to Obtain Patenti," with
cost of uune in the U. S. and forelsa oouatnei
(seat free. AOd.'M.
opp. partNT Orricc. Wahinoton. D. C.
Sa&seribo for The Hj;iu.ld.
Winter has come, we nro aware,
With its wind nnd drifting snow,
And the placo for mich wenthor to prepare
Is what wo all want to know.
Where did you
Why, at the best
Place in town,
A Beautiful Woman
ATTItACTS AtTHNTION EVEIIYWHEBE.
Qolel -;- Leqf,
IS NOT AS HANDSOME TO LOOK AT AS
A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN, BUT
After Giving it a Trial
Hon. J. w. Wcn, Jn., Iteuiutcr.
Hok. V. M. HnooME, Itecoler.
TartieH having notices in this colnmn aro rc
ouesUd to read tlio namo carefully and report to
UiIr otHco for rorreetiun any errant that may
erist. TUIh will prevent posulalo delay in
ma kiiik; proof.
Iind Oibco at Alliance, Noli.. Kob.17, 18:. I
Notice Is hereby kUcu tlmt tho followinc
named H-'ttler bat tiled notice of his intention to
make Html proof in viipport of hit claim and
tlmthaid proof will be mado Wfore the KcKinter
and itecener nt Alliance, Nob., on March 30,
of Dnnlap, Nb., who mndo H. E No. 20'for
tho bll U N E U. E ii H II Jv, A HW 'i b K 5 itec.
It tp'JOn, m 4M w
Ho nameu the follow ini; witnessca to proo
bis contiutiout KHidtncu npon and cultivation
of said land, viz: Fred Oitmati, John IJauft,
liermird iendnck, Alvert V. I hhidik. all of
Dnnlap, Neb J. V. WxiI.S, Ju., lteiBtor.
1 .and OHico at Alliauco, Neb., I-'eb. 10, 18P0.
Notice in hereby iveii il.ut the fodownu
named settler lirtH (lied notice of Iiih intention
to uiakolinalpioof ill hiipport of liin claim, and
thnt Faid ptoof will be mado befuro the lle&Utcr
or liocciver at Alliance, ftcb , on -March U0, IbUiS,
of Marsland, Neb., v.bo made H E No. 33U8 for
tlio ii W !4 ceo 21), tn J9 n, rg St w.
Ho names tho tollowim; witneFueitto prove Ida
continuous renidenco upon and cultivation of
PHiil land, viz: H. II. TriiKsel, Martin Mel'Ve,
Kd Homer, Jnmea Wheeler, all of .Marnland,
Neb. J. V. Wkiis, Jit., Ui'Kistor.
Land Offlcs at Alliance, rteb., Feb. 10. lttt).
Notice is hereby iiivcn that the foilovvini;
imm'il settler has filed notice irf bin intention
to mako final proof: in Mipport of bis claim and
that said proof will be mauo before the Kpfjister
or KtnciUT nt Alliance, Neb., on March "J,
of 0?lrlch, 8. I)., who made Timber Culture,
entry No. :S for the N W cc P Tp 2 n ll vv.
Ho names the following witnesbes to prove his
continuous -tetidinco upon ami cultivation of
said land, viz: Thomas i. Hopkins, John
Jelenik, W. M. Jr'oeket, Urovo r'osUet, nil ot
J. W. Wrns, Jit, Register.
Land Oilico nt Alliance, Neb., Feb. (1. 18'jO.
Notlco in hereby clveu that tho follow inR
named bottler hat filed nolleo of her Intention
to mako linal proof in erunort of her claim and
that said jiroof will be made beforo County i
ludgnnt uawos county, at Cliauron, reu,, on
.uarcu 14, irvu, viz:
of Dnnlap. Nob., who made II ENo.27'11 for J
tno Vi a a fc. '4 sio 7, tp :r.i 11, r 1 1 w.
tjho namcB the foil iviii witnesses, to prova
her continuous residence upon nnd cultivation
of said land, viz: Harry L. liartlett, Charles
1j. Wnldron, Eric h'oderstrunt, Euisenu l'ntter
Bon, all of Dnnlap, Neb. Also
IiUHA E. PIUPP3,
of Dnnlap, Neb., who mado HE No. 3789 for tho
lots 1 A- i it E U N W U seo IS, tp 20 n, rs i" w.
She names tlin following witnist.es to prove
her continuous rtviden o uj on and cultivation
ot said land, viz: Harry 1. llartlett, Cliarles
li. VYaldron, Uric 8odertroni, Euone Pattor
son, all of Dunlaj), Neb.
J. W. W'tnx, jr., Register.
Land OHico at Allianco, Keb.. Jan. 0. li-'JC.
Notice is hereby Kiveu, Jiat the ftdlovTinir
nsmed rettler has tiled notit v of hU iuteiUlon to
make linal proof in support of his claimant!
that eaid pi oof will be madii before Rei.iter or
Receiver at Alliance. Neb., tin March 9, is W, viz
FRANK M. 11 EVAN,
of Heroinuford.Neb., who made HE no. 2002,
for the H E hec 20. tp 20 n. r Ml W.
Ilunamea tint followinr witnesses to provo
Itis continuous ret-ldeiu'o ill-oil ami cultivation
of said land, viz: Henry Michnelson, John
Miehaelsnu. Christ Ilnusi-u, i). A. Paul, all ot
HcmiuKford, Nub. J. W. v VEU.v, Jn., R'istor.
Ijind Olllw at Allianco. Neb., Jan 7, 1SW.
Notice is hereby tflven that the folkjwlng
nainixl wttler lias tiled l.otice of his intention
to make final proof in support ot hie claim, and
that said proof will tt mndo before Register or
Receiver at Alliance. Nob., on Fob. su, U!, vi:
MARTIN O. LOKEN.
of HeminRford, Neb., who mado h. E. No. 2R.V.',
for the lots J A' 2 & ti H N E U see S. tp M u, ig
Ho names tho following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence i.poii and cultivation
of said laud, viz: Martin K. Oloven. Ola J.
Moe, Andrew J. Johnson, Halvor G. Fuilsaae,
all of heuilnKford, Neb. ....
J. W. Wish, Jn., Resistor.
Laud Office at Allianco, Neb., Jan. 21, 198.
Koticoirt hereby Kiven that the following
named hcttler has filed notice of bis inaention
to mako final proof in support of his claim,
and that said proof will bo made beforo 1.. A.
Dorrinittoti, U H !. V. CttmmiBsloner, at
t'hadron. Neb , on Fob. 2"J, 16U0, viz:
COMADORE W. CASH,
of HonRh. Nob., who mado HE No. 1316 for the
H W 4 sec 17, tp SU n r 4 w.
i'e names the folloin witness to prove
bis ilontinuoiw residence Uion and cultivation
t- tat 1 laud, viz: Joseph ti. Yandeveer, Wil
1 a.T W.'Iyree, James V.Tree, Gritliu Jorale
i.Ktu allot tiouxb. sob. Also
of (hadron, Neb., who made HE No. 1312 for
UnSim sou IB. tpAu.r N.
houaine th following vvitnetses to prove
i.Ih continuous residence upon and onuivuiion
r kikI land, viz: William V. Tyr., John M.
l'tck, lioiuih, Neb , Sila. W. PecK. Chadron,
.Neb., Comadorc W. I asli. ot tiougn, nru.
J. W. WUIN, in., Reriser.
1803 fiiiuS tho genuine Iltiund Oak
wil.li ureatt-r h.iIoh tliau any yoar gono
by, ami the nuiulter of imitations, has
become a rauliltudc. See it and learu
I tliw reakoa why. fc'or sale ai Uhria'a.
Whero we can aatisfnctorily trade
Our produco for coffee nnd bread,
Hnta, caps, mittens, gloves, bilk?,
Boota, shoes, overshoed and quilts,
W. K. HERNCALU
You will wonder how You Ever
Men a mm Hardware,
This Card is to (Benefi: Cash Qiuyers. (Don't Lose It.
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H. R. GREEN,
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HOW TO SAVE MONEY
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When you pay Cash, lot the Clerk punch out
tho amount; and when you havo paid us
Twenty Dollars in cubIi, will give you
One dollar In Goods Free of Charge.
XTOa all Roods except Rarb wire and Harness by the set.
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We will not be undersold. Always bring this Card with you.
II. II. Hkllwood, M. D. W. S. Bellwood, M. p.
"Rellwood fc "Rellwood.
Physicians and Surgeons.
CS'-Rooms 3-1-5-G, Opera Block. J t
The Oldest Establishment in tiik County
Charter Oak Cook Stoyes,
Genuine Round Oak Heating Stoves,
Paints, Oils, Glass, etc.
Special Agent for
Wire the Best on Earth.
H. H. PIERCE
We have firflt-class btock and
furnish at reasonable rates. Onr
are unexcelled in the city. Give us
BS-Stablo Corner Box Butto
Olothinjr and nnderwoar,
Overshirts and jackets,
And all kinds of neckwear,
Douo up in a nice packet.
Make. Betteii Beead With
Qold - Leqf - Flom
THAN A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN CAN
WITH ANY OTHER BRAND.
Got Along without it.
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BAKER PERFECT BarlJ
double and einsle riga, which vr&
facilities for accommodating boaidora
Avenue and Sheridan Streot.
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