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THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , DECEMBER 20 , 1001.
When blo'/droot blooms and trllllum flower *
UnrUvp ( heir itari to nm and rain ,
Uy heart itrikc * lunili with wind * and ihowen
And wamlrra In the woods again.
Oh , urging Impulit , born of tprlnir ,
Tint mike * glad April of my aoul ,
No bird , however wild of wing ,
U more Impatient ol control !
Impttuoui of pula * It brati
Within my blood and bcart me heno * |
Above the home topt and the itre U
1 hear Ita happy eloquence.
It telli me all that I would know ,
Of blrda and budi , of blooms and bei |
I wem to hear the bloooma blow , ,
And leave * unfolding on the trtea.
I teem to hear the bluebella rlnj
Faint purple pcali of fragnnce and
The honey throated popples fling
Their golden liughter o'er the land.
It calls to me ; It ttngi to me ;
1 hear Its fir voice night and day ;
I cannot choose but go when tree
And flower clamor , "Come awayl"
Uadlaon Caweln In "Weeds by the Wall. "
t - Hunted Down
BY f\ . QUAD *
Copyright , 1901 , by C. B. Lewis.
I wns putting In n month In u Swiss
town , nnd ns 1 wns strolling along the
hlglnvny In tlio suburbs one ilny a vehi
cle contnlnlng n single traveler appear-
d. The driver pulled up that the travel
er might ask If he could find accommo
dations at some chalet Instead of nt the
hotel , as ho was not in good health and
wanted quietness. I was lodging at a
private house , and there was room for
another guest. The stranger was driven
on , and 1 sat down on a rock to sum
him up. Having come from the west In
a country vehicle , he must have come
from beyond the railroad station. The
Lorse looked weary , the hour was 4 In
the afternoon , and I settled It that he
must have come from Timlin , 15 miles
nway. The man wore a hat which did
not fit him and had the collar of his
coat turned up. lie had on goggles ,
though It was a dark day. A person
who wears goggles for weak eyes will
carry a finger to one of the glasses ev
ery two or three minutes , even if ho
does not remove them occasionally. On
this man's face was a newly grown
beard about an inch long. Every 30 seconds
ends up went his hand to scratch. He
was not used to a beard , but had grown
one for an object. lie thickened his
voice when he spoke to me , and it was
easy to detect the unnatural Intonation.
Why did he do It ? Travelers searching
for health are seldom to be met with In
the mountains except In early summer ,
and this was late In the season. He
might explain , however. Mr. Uraceby ,
ns he had given his name , probably had
more reasons for seclusion than he had
stated , and I had a curiosity to observe
He was taken In at the chalet , and
that night we ate supper together. 1
eaw from his table manners that he
Lad been used to the quick lunches of
n restaurant. He claimed to be an
Englishman , but his American Idioms
would have given him away to a child.
WAS 8MOKINO ON TUB VEBANDA.
The heels of his boots , as I observed ,
were very true. He was therefore a
man who did Httlo walking. He had
the curve of shoulders and neck which
come to one who sits a great deal.
Now and then he leaned back and
locked his fingers , as most public offi
cials do when a caller enters. He
claimed to have nervous trouble. That
was or was not n good excuse for his
presence. A door slammed , and ho
Jumped. That showed nerves. The
diligence rattled past on Its way from
the railroad station to the big hotel ,
nnd Mr. Braceby slyly and furtively
peered out of the window. That was
the action of a fugitive from Justice.
In the course of four or five days I
bad the stranger sized up to a dot and
would have bet five to one , that my
diagnosis was positively correct. He
was a straight haired American. lie
was a public official. It was his first
time abroad. He was In disguise and
n fugitive. Whatever boodle he had
with him was In his undershirt pocket.
I knew this because he was constantly
raising his hand to the spot. That
doodle was probably in drafts , as ho
made cautious Inquiries about bankers.
Mr. Braceby removed his goggles and
turned down his coat collar and spoke
In natural tones after he got Installed ,
but he did not wander far from the
house and sought no other company.
lie nsked for uo papers , but when I
bought copies of a Now York dally at
the hotel and took them homo to read
ho could ncarcely control his Impa
tience until he had his hands on them ,
1 am uo man hunter. I did not go to
the police or drop a hint to any one. Of
whatever crime be was guilty , lie was
safe from me. I knew It wasn't murder
unless done In the heat of passion , for
he was sentimental and tender hearted.
I think It was on the fifth day of his
stay that ho became feverish and called
In a doctor and went to bed mental
worry , you see. I bad finished my sup-
per and wns smoking my pipe on the
little veranda when I Raw a stranger
coming up the path from the hotel.
Front his gait 1 judged him to be nu
American , From the way ho furtively
eyed the chalet and KB surroundings I
reasoned that he had other business
than Kecking for lodgings. As ho cnmo
to n halt nnd looked mo over he gave
himself nwny an a detective. lie Imd
taken me for the man he wanted , nnd
chagrin showed clearly on his face. Ho
was from ti western state nnd on the
trail of a defaulting city treasurer. It
was queer enough that he didn't nsk If
there wns another traveler In the house.
He took It for granted that 1 was the
only one , nnd he told me the whole sto
ry of Brncclty's theft and flight. My
diagnosis had been positively correct.
There was the man under his thumb.
He had followed him for three months
nnd had only to climb n flight of 11
nteps to lay hands on htm , but It never
happened. I was mum. I was not In
terested In the case beyond proving my
observations. He talked for two hours
and then went away , Baying that ho
should hang about for a few days.
Half an hour after his going It was dis
covered that Braceby was missing. Ills
bedrootn window was over the veran
da , nnd he had heard all.
When three days had passed and no
trace of the missing man had been had ,
he was given away to the detective by
one of the town officials. He had left
the chalet lightly clad , without food or
baggage and In a fever , and the Idea
was that he had lost himself on the
mountains and would perish If not
found. Parties were sent out In search ,
and It was not long before evidences
were found. When the fugitive discov
ered that he had been hunted down and
was about to he arrested for his crime ,
there was nothing left for him but to
take to the mountains and find n tem
porary covert until he could plan a lit
tle. Being 111. without food and thinly
clad , he could not keep his life over two
or three days. In the gloom of that first
night ho had traveled nearly two miles ,
making tip the mountains by a path.
Then he had wandered from the path
nnd fallen over a bank 30 feet high in
to a stream. The rushing waters had
carried him down a mile or more , and
they found his dead body wedged be
tween two great rocks.
When the coroner overhauled the ef
fects found on the body , there came to
light $5,000 In English money and
drafts for nearly ? 00.000 more. Ills
name was not Braceby , of course , but
as the city treasurer of a town In the
west he had gobbled Its last dollar and
fled to enjoy his ill gotten gains on thu
other side of the ocean. He had not
spent a thousand dollars as yet or tak
en a moment's comfort. He had too
much conscience and not enough nerve.
If he had got safely away , he would
never have enjoyed himself. As I look
ed down on his dead body and thought
of his shattered and disgraced life I
felt something more than a passing seri -
i row. As I helped carry the bruised and
I battered corpse down to the townliouse
for Inquest and burial I found tears in
my eyes and pity in my heart.
Manila In 1B88.
Manila Is well planted and Inhabited
with Spaniards to the number of 000
or 700 persons , which dwell In a town
unwullcd , which hath three or four
small blockhouses , part made of wood
and part of stone , being Indeed of no
great strength. They have one or two
small galleys belonging to the town.
It is n very rich place , of gold and oth
er commodities , and they have yearly
traflic from Aca'pulco la Nueva Espana
and also 20 or 30 ships from China and
from the Sanguelos ( people from Sanga.
In Japan ) , which bring them many
sorts of merchandise. The merchants
of China and the Sanguelos are part
Moors and part heathen people. They
bring great store of gold with them ,
which they traffic and exchange for
silver and give weight for weight.
These Sanguelos are men of marvel
ous capacity in devising and making
all manner of things , especially In all
handicrafts and sciences , nnd every
one is so expert , perfect and skillful In
his faculty , as few or no Christians
are able to go beyond them In that
which they take In hand. For drawing
nnd embroidering upon satin , silk or
lawn , either beast , fowl , fish or worm ,
for liveliness nnd per.'ectncss both In
silk , silver , gold nnd pearl , they excel
"Cavendish , First Voyage. "
IlanKcr and Idea * .
If you wish to Increase your Imagi
native powers , says a scientist , go with
out food. Abstinence from food till the
pangs of hunger make themselves dis
tinctly felt will quicken your mental
powers and stimulate the flow of Ideas ,
such Ideas being of a kind that agree
with the regular bent of your mind.
This seems to offer good prospects not
only to literary men , but also to ma
chine makers and all those who are on
the watch for some Improvement or In
vention that will revolutionize sonic In
dustry. But you must be careful or
you will overdo it. Prolonged fasting ,
according to the same authority , cre
ates n desire to commit some horrible
crime , makes you wild and cruel. The
prolonged faster becomes n prey to hal
lucinations , Is unable to sleep nnd likely
to go mad. In short , abstinence from
food for long periods and "long peri
ods" Is n term that varies with the In
dividual Induces the same effects as
Cooking Vegetable * .
A cooking teacher's directions for
boiling vegetables , even onion , cabbage
or cauliflower , without filling the house
with an unpleasant smell , are to cover
the vegetables with boiling salted
water and stand the kettle aside , where
they cannot boll rapidly again , until
tender. It Is the steam , according to
this authority , that Is driven off bj
rapid boiling that carries away not
only the odor but the flavor of vegeta
ONE'S OWN MANICURE.
Hint * lit n Drllrnto nnil
Art of tinToilet. .
An 111 kept null In u most unlorelj
object. It never looks qulto clean , U
IB rough to the touch , catches In every
thing nnd often linn the flesh growing
quite up over the Hides. There la a
dullness about the look of the nail
Itself. U lacks polish nnd Is much
more apt to get Hcratched and show
any murks that there may be upon It
The nalla should have IIH much cnro
bestowed upon them an the bands
themselves. To keep them In good
condition you should drat pay a visit
to n manlcurlfitand have them put Into
proper order and make other visits at
Intervals frequent enough to keep
them In good condition. But where a
manicurist's service arc not desired
nuy oue can keep the nails In perfect
order by following a few simple direc
You must first be careful that your
bands are always washed In warm
soft water. Itnlnwater that lias been
first well filtered and then boiled la
excellent. Use a good , pure , scentless
Boap that suits your skin , nnd after
making a thick lather of this with the
water uoak the ends of the lingers In
It for some few minutes. Then take nn
Ivory or wood implement ( oue made
of orange wood Is the best to use ) and
gently prcim back the hard skin that
grows at the bottom of the nail. This
grows very quickly and uulous kept
back In Its place will soon cover up
the half moon that we see on the nail ,
and that is one of Its chief beauties.
The skin should never be pressed back
unless It has llrst been well soaked in
hot water and soap , as otherwise it
will get broken and torn and look not
only very ugly , but It will take weeks
before It gets into proper condition
again. Push the nkln back HO that It
follows the curve of the null. Then ,
while the hand Is still soft and warm ,
cut the linger nails at the end to the
length that you care to keep them at
This should be done with a pair of
very sharp nail scissors or a tiny knife.
The nail should be cut quite smooth
and even , and any feeling of roughness
can be smoothed away with a file kept
for the purpose or a tiny emery board.
Your brushes should bestiff ones of
various sizes and shapes , so at ) to get
all dirt out from below.the nail. If
there Is any dirt under the nail that the
brush docs not remove , use a sharp
pointed ivory cleaner that Is very fine
As soon as your hands arc dry rub
over the nails n specially prepared
powder. The following recipe will bo
found to be a very useful one : Traga-
cauth powder , six grains ; putty pow
der , four ounces , colored with a little
rouge. Then take a nail polisher that
Is covered with chamois leather and
polish the nails till all the powder uas
entirely disappeared. You will then
have a high , clear , polished look on the
nails. Then rub the hands well with a
clean towel , BO as to remove any pow
der that might be remaining behind ,
and your nails are finished for the day.
Keep a fresh lemon always on your
washstand and always plunge the enda
of the lingers Into it when your hands
are still damp with washing. This will
quite prevent the formation of agnails
that some lingers seem so very much
Inclined to have.
Home Decoration In Winter.
'Artistic rooms are not those with
surfaces of fiery red , yet in winter n
touch of this strong color where It will
not kill other tints or be inharmonious
with them will give an atmosphere of
warmth and good cheer which without
It are lacking. There are numberless
shades and tints from which to select
In the dado of a portiere , In a sofa
cushion , in blossoming plants , let a
small portion of red serve to focus the
light and give It a species of visual ex
Red , since It Is the lowest and stron
gest vibration of any color of the spec
trum , must be by refined people cau
tiously used , yet It Is , properly Intro
duced , extremely valuable. As Emer
son says of "the red cloaked clown , " it
"sings to the eye. " The song Is of
sensuous warmth , of glowing sunshine ,
of space and air and luxuriance , all of
which In winter are welcome sugges
tions , says Good Housekeeping.
Faahlonalile Garniture * .
Velvet and satin ribbons of very nar
row width and with white or light col
ored edges are much used on blouses
and bodices , and both trimmings and
separate motifs of sequins are made In
scale or armor fashion , showing only
the closely massed sequins. Lace will
be used throughout the winter , but In
bold designs of duchess , luxeull nnd
renaissance and In deep ecru , saffron
and beige tints.
Velvet , both plain and fancy or In
plaid designs , will be the fashionable
material to combine with cloth and all
woolen fabrics , and very handsome
effects are obtained In tunic and apron
skirts or In pinafore and.bolero bodices.
For the edge illustrated The Design
er directs : Two threads ( No. 30) ) are
used. With one thread , 5 d s , 1 p , 5
d s , 1 p , 5 d s , 1 p , 5 d B , draw up , turn ,
tie on spool thread. With two threads ,
7 d s , drop spool thread. With one
thread , 0 d s , 1 p. 0 d s , draw up , take
up spool thread. With two threads , 7
d B , turn , with one thread , 5 d s , Joint to
third plcot In last loop , f d s , 1 p. 5 d B ,
1 p , 5 d s , draw up , turn. Repeat the
above for any length. This la a strong ,
firm and handsome edging.
Tobacco IH In TolmanU'pci' a great
ImhiHtry. Otic evening wmu of our
party of nl.\teeii were kindly given a
nlghl'H shelter , Mexican fashion , at a
hnclcnda or farmhouse. Hotels , ex
cept In the largo towns , are unknown.
It WIIH about D p. in. when wo arrived ,
Hitting on the wide veranda to receive
us we beheld thu entire family. On the
right of the door wnn the lady of the
IIOUHO In n whlto cotton gown , rmoklng
a cigar. Below her were the daughters
nnd handmaldenR , also nmokliig , On
thu other Hide of the door WIIH the
ranchero or matUcr himself , with hit *
BOOB and manservantH. ICvery one wan
employed In rolling tint tobacco leaf
Into cigars , nnd every one was smok
ing , Including n llttln boy not qultn
three years old , who had n full sized
cigar In his baby mouth , while In Ma
left hand he held n Iwmmn from which
he took biles between the puffs , occa
sionally Htnpplng to play with a mimll
"Does he often Ninoko ? " 1 nsked In
"SI , seiiora. llo nnoltcH three or four
cigars a day. All our children have
done no at that r % . " Adaptability of
temperament to climate ! Fortnightly
"Pethaps you've had a man offer you
a big bargain In a diamond ring ? "
queried the Boston drummer as he
heaved a sigh and his face went
"Yes , several times , " laughed the
" 1 was In Plttsburg , " continued the
drummer , "and whlio standing on a
street corner a chap came along and
offered mo a shiner as big IIH a bean
for $50. llo was a stranger , hard up
and all that. It looked to bo a ring
worth $3fiO. "
"And you gave him $50 ? "
"Nn. llo hung on for half an hour ,
but I turned him down. I'm no man to
lit roped In that way. "
"Then what what"
"Oh , another fellow bought the ring. "
"And ho was out his fifty ? "
"Ho was In $300. That ring , sir , was
O. K. and all serene , and a Jeweler
priced It at the figure named. The man
was honost. and I was a fool , and you
will please excuse mo while I retire
and kick myself for not knowing a
ploco of glass from a pure water spar
A Sn nito niuojnj- .
A sportsman' camping on one of the
lakes of Sullivan county , N. Y. , offered
to bet $10 to $1 that nobody In his par
ty could guess how ho had received an
Injury to a finger which lie h"ld bleedIng -
Ing before the spectators. No one guess
ed , and the man went on to explain
that wlille standing by the lake he hud
seen a bliiojay Hying over so close
above hl.s head that lie Instinctively
threw up his hand to stop It. The bird
neither stopped nor swerved , but In
stead dashed straight for the hand ,
striking It with such force that the bill
penetrated to the bone and sent thu
blood spurting IIH though the man had
been struck by a knife.
This sort of action is In line with the
general conduct of the Jay. It Is one of
the most aggressive blids on the con
tinent , robbing the nests of other birds
and KometlmoHcven killing young squir
rels. The chief good tiling that can be
naId of It Is that it often robs the nest
of the English sparrow.
I'lie Maori anil ( litWltncnn. .
Captain Hayes In his book , "Among
Horses In South Africa , " tells several
amusing stories. A friend of his In
New Zealand had been a government
Interpreter among the Maoris and had
many stories to tell about these people.
On one occasion n native chief , who
was under cross examination In court ,
on being asked why he had not brought
a certain man with him replied :
"I have brought him. "
"But , " said the barrister , looking In
vain round the court , "I don't see him.
Where is he ? "
"He Is here , " chuckled the Maori
proudly , stroking his massive chest.
I'ecnllnr Taxation In Holland.
Some of the most peculiar of taxa
tions recorded are to be found In the
archives of Holland. In 1701 , for In
stance , there wns In existence n tax
Imposed on all passengers traveling In
Holland. In 1874 a duty of 2 shillings
was levied on each person who entered
n tavern before noon , on those who en
tered n place of entertainment , on mar
riages nnd deaths and on many other
things. If n person was burled out of
the district to which he belonged , the
tax was payable twice over. Plttsburg
The IIornen and Saddle.
A man bought three horses and a
saddle for ? 2'JO. If ho ruts the saddle
on the first horse , they cost as much
ns the other two horses ; If he puts the
saddle on the second horse , they cost
two times HH much as the first and
third , and If he puts the saddle on the
third horse they cost three times as
much UK the first and second. Find
the cost of each. Mathematical Puz
Sir. Trioninamon' * I.enon.
"Yes , " said Mr. Thomasson , "I went
home Intoxicated one night about ten
years ago , and the lesson my wife
taught me made n lasting Impression
on my brain. "
"What did she say ? "
"She didn't say anything. The lastIng -
Ing Impression I refer to was made by
a flatlron. Sec that bump ? " Indianap
A man's labors must pass like the
sunrises and sunsets of the world. The
next thing , not the last , must be hla
Why 18 It that gloves worn by pall
bearers ore always too long In the fin
gers 7-Atchieon Globe ,
ALL. CASES OF
DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING
ARE NOW CURABLE
by our new Invention. Only those Ixirn dcnf ore incurable.
HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY.
, F. A. WERMAN , OF BALTIMORE , BAYS :
. , Mil. , March 30. loot.
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Alxnil five yriiiH n o my rlclil enr began to cine , nnil ( till krpt on Retting wane , until I lost
my hciiiltiK In lliU enr entirely
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nient After I hnd lined It only n few dny ncvordlnif to your direction * , Hie noNcn coined , nl.il
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V \V1CKMAN , 7joH Ilmmlwny , lUltlmorc , Mil.
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YOU MUST NOT FORGET
Thai , wo iiro conslnnMy growing in l.lio . uri of
making Kino IMiolxm , nnd our products will al
ways bo found to embrace the
and Newest Styles in Cards and Finish. Wo also
carry n line line of Moldings suitable for all
kinds of framing.
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Railroad and Business Direcforv.
R. R. TIME TABLE.
Fremont , Elkhorn & Mo. Valley.
Ottmlm I'lunwiifrnr lltO'iu in
ClilniKii ICxprnHH 12-4(1 ( pin
IAHP. : AHIIIVK
Clilcnuo KxpronN , 7 : M ( ) D in
'Oiniilm I'liHHi'iiKi'r 12IOpm :
Illnck Ilillfl r-xiiroKR 7r : > 0pin
VnnllKrn PiiHM'tiKor \'lM > ii in
VtirdlKni Accoiiimodntlon UtOOiim
VtKHr. A n u I vi : .
Illnek lllll KxproNH . . . .MW : p in
ViintlKrii 1'iuwmiKiir ll.K ( > nin
VnnllKii' Accommodation . . . . 7 :1U : p in
Tim I liiniKO nnd Illunk HlllH Kxpri'tw iirrlvoH
mid ilc'imrtH from Junction ilnpot Tint Omiilni
nnil Vonllgro tralimiirrivii mill duimrl from oily
dupot. II. C. MATIIAU , AK"nt ,
MOUTH. I ) II TAUT.
Columbus Accommodation . 4 :15 : p rn
Omnhii , Diuivor mid Puclllo Count , . ll:00n : in
* Columlm Accommodation . lSOnm ( :
Omnlin , llunvnrnnd I'acillc conut . ( MM ) p rn
Oiiiinoctr nt Norfolk with K. , K A t V. uoiii , ,
wont nnil north , nnd with thn O. Ht. P. M , A. O.
fur points north nod nnnt.
J. II. Ki.HKH-i'.it ,
Chicago , St. Paul , Minneapolis
Blonx City nnd Omnlin Pnntongor n : . ' ) < ) am
Blonz ( 'HyPaeennKor . 100 p m
Blonx City Pnnnonnnr . 10:31 : n m
Hlocz City nnd Omnhrt PnRHniiRHr . . . 7:30 pin
Cominctfi at Norfolk with K. , K. & M V. KOHK !
west nnd north , and with thn U P for points
BOMtll. J. II. Kl.HKFHJK , AK nt.
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Lost Power , Failing Memory , Wanting Disease * , and
til effect * of seU-abuao or eicesaand indiscretion ,
which unfits ono for stud y , business or marriage. It
Dot only cure * by starting at the Boat of disease , but
la a great norvctonlo and blood builder , bring
ing back the pink glow topalo cheeks and r
storing tbo Ore of youth. It vr&rds off Jnninltj
and Consumption , Insist on having KE VIVO , no
other. It CAD bo carried In vest pocket. Oy mill ,
81.0O per package , or sit for S3.00 , with ft poll
tlve "written guarantee to care or refund
the money. Hook and ailvlso f roo. Address
BOYAL MEDICINE CO.
For sale in Norfolk , Nebraska,4'/
Goo. D. Ohriotoph ,
C. S. HAYES ,
MISS MARY SHELU
Over HunIM ItroH , ' 8loro.
Bpanoetifi , Ovelmun
3oots and Shoos ,
Rcp.ilrlng Neatly Oono.
iontpactor and Builder
11 7 Fourth Street.
M. E. SPAULmNQ ,
Flour and Feed
411 Norfolk Avonno.
UPKEEP'S NILIilfJEfj }
Cheapest und Dent.
AM. WOIIK GnARANTKBU
Cor , Hninpch uvo nnd 4th St.
The Norfolk Horseshoe
MONEY Refunded. gunr-
to euro dyspepsia , consti
pation , liver and kldnuyH. Best tonic , laxative ,
blood purltlor known for all chronlo diseases ;
renovati'H and Invigorates the wholouystcm and
curcH very worst cases. Get trial box at once.
If not Hatlstled with It notify us , we will refund
money by return mall. Write your symptomi
for Kreo Medical Advice , sample and proof. " 5 *
We at drufc'jflam. Dr. II. J. Kay , Saratoga ,
On November fith , and 19th , and
December 3rd , and 17tb , the Missouri
Pacific Railway will Bell tickets to cer-
tnJn'poiutfi in the South , Southeast , and
Southwent , at the rate of one fare for
the ground trip , pins $2.00. Final re
turn limit 21 days from date of sale.
Fast Time nnd Superior Through Ser
vice , Reclining Ohrxir Oars ( seats free ) .
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars.
For further information or land pam
phlets , address , W. 0. BARNES
T. P. A. , Omaha , Neb.
H. C.ITOWNSEND , C. E. STYLES.
O. P , A T. A. A. Q. P. A T. A.
Mo. Kansas City , Mo ,
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