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THE NOKFOLK NEWS : FKIDAY , MARCH 18 , 1904 ,
Enter Postofficc and Saloon
During the Night.
DARELY MISSED $1,000 LETTER
The Durglnra Crawled Through a
Window to Oct at the Postofflce nnd
Through the Rear Door for the Sa
loon Secured Six Bottles Whisky.
[ Krom Sntunlny'R - .
Meadow , drove. Neb. , March U.
Hpoclal to The News : Burglars vis
ited Mondow ( Irovo during the night.
They entered the postoHlce. and thn
wiloon of the town. They m-curod
nluo bottles of whisky from the sa
loon and -IflO or MM ) pounds of flour
from the store building In which the
postolllco Is located. By n bit of pre
vious forethought , a registered letter
. containing $1,000 was saved trom the
clutches of the noeturnal robbers.
A registered letter containing $ ! ,
000 In cash had been received In the
olllco on the night train for W. A.
lit WlUlKUianii. and In order to have It
In safe keeping. 1'ostmnstor UOUHO
had token the valuable package homo
with him for the night. The bur
glars went through all of the mall ,
i i ransacked the desk and tables and
heaps of stamped matter , but found
nothing of enough value to warrant
them In taking It away.
The follows effected an entrance
Into the saloon by way of a rear
door and made way with a half dozen
bottles of choice liquor. Then they
crawled Into the government's post
through a window and got the flour.
It Is thought that the work was done
by local talent , although there Is no
clew ot the Identity.
Meadow Grove Changes.
Meadow Grove , Nob. , March 11.
Special to The News : The stock of
goods belonging- Jo llahii , which
was closed out recently , has been
taken possession of by L. R. Prlch-
nrd , who will close the goods out.
Mr. Prlchard Is having sand and
gravel hauled for the building of ce
ment walks around his store and res
1' . 0. Willis was In the city from
C. H. South was down from Butte
yestordt' ) ' .
Mrs. F. W. Koorbor was In Wtsner
* jrho " 81 Hashing" outfit disbanded
Judge- I. Powers has gone to Omaha
on , business. .
.1. N. Bundlck has gone to Omaht
Jos. Vltcrman was a Sunday vis
itor from Meadow Grove.
Ed. Walters was a city visitor
from Humphrey over night.
D. S. Best of Battle Creek was i
visitor In the city Saturday.
E. E , Dodge came down from Mead
ow Grove on the early train.
Senator Win. V. Allen of Madlsoi
was a Sunday visitor In Norfolk.
Mrs. L. B. Mussolnmn loft thU
morning for a week's visit in Davii
President J. M. Pile of the Wayne
Normal college was In the city eve
Is It fair for winter to last longe
than six weeks after the ground hot
sees his shadow ?
Everett Carrick left yesterday fo
Columbus where ho will engage litho
the lathing business.
ficorgo A. Miles Is In the city fron
O'NtilU on business , Mr. Miles 1
publisher of the Holt County Inde
Mrs. II. L. McCormlck visited yes
tordny with her sister , Mrs. Chas. Me
Donald of Pierce , whoso infant chili
la very sick.
> N. D. Jackson of Nellgh was In
town over Saturday night meeting
.with friends nnd yesterday morning
went to Omaha.
Misses Pearl Wldaman and Qtolla
Pilger went to Stanton to attend the
teachers' meeting. Miss Pllgor re >
manied over Sunday to visit friends.
Phillip Weliigartner Is In Norfolk
today from O'Neill. Mr. Weliigartner
is n restaurant mun from that city
and Is purchasing supplies In Nor
The company which Is about to
build the state hospital at this place ,
will pay the state $ ; ! per thousand for
all bricks which are used from the
Those who have their base burners
nnd winter overcoats available are
thankful for the small favors and
will undoubtedly keep them handy
for a week or two longer.
John N. Ellerman of Fairfax , S. D. ,
county treasurer of Gregory county ,
was in Norfolk on business. Mr. El
lerman reports that his city Is grow
ing nicely and that the prospects are
good for Fairfax.
Mrs. George H. Spear is In Clarks ,
Nob. , where she has been during the
past two weeks caring for her sister ,
Miss Louise Kays. Miss Keys will
I 'I ' be remembered In Norfolk as having
for many weeks nursed her niece ,
Miss Grace Spear , during the latter's
illness. Miss Keys' many friends In
Norfolk will be grieved to lenrn that
she has contracted tuberculosis and
that Him can probably mirvlvo but a
very Hliorl tlmo longer
The fall of wet snow Saturday
light and ( ho cold wave that followed
n ItH wnko ycHterday nnd today ban
iffeetunlly overcome nil the Indlca-
IOIIH of spring and placed It In the
'utiiro ' Homo dlRtancp. The inorciiry
entered nt Id above aero and was
i rnnilndcr that winter has not KOIIO
to far noitlt but that It IH able to
nuke an occasional visitation.
The farmer band for "Uncle SI
InskliiH" drummud up fairly good ail-
lliinco for the nintlneo and ovonlng
lerfonunncoH of the company at the
Vudllorliiiii Saturday and the comedy
ileatied immliort ) of the midlcncoH.
I'ho comimny Is not of the highest
link on the tnenlrlcnl stage , but they
iiiceeedi.'d In pleasing n largo num-
inr who attend such allractlons. To-
light "Olo Oliion" will again appear
it the play house , the company hav-
ng already arrived hi the city. Thin
comedy IH announced to bo bettor
ban over , and those who appreciate
the funny Swede dlelcct will undoubt
edly bo well entertained.
THE LOCAL ASSESSORS.
Corporations Wish n Different Con
struction of Law.
fKrom Sntunliiy'H Dnlly. 1
Lincoln , Neb. , March 12. A repre
sentative of the telephone , tele
graph and express companies at
empted to convince the state board
> f assessment and equalization that
'local" assessor , as used In the rov-
muo law , means the county assess'
nent olllcer and not the precinct
worker. In behalf of the corpora
tions It was set forth at great length
that an dullest ) amount of work
would bo necessary If each deputy
should bo called upon to assess all
the corporation property found In his
Ustrlct , and solely out of consldera-
.Ion for the hard-worked tax search
ers the companies would like to do
imslness directly with the county as
The board was of the opinion that
cor | > oratlons , llko Individuals , must
obey the law as It Is written , that It
would not bo stretched or shrunken
in Inch to accommodate anyone , that
the words "local assessor" are good
English words with but ono meaning
and that the. companies must too the
mark and do business as the law re
In addition to the returns made by
the deputy assessors , the board will
bo guided somewhat by the complete
pioporty statement which It has rul
ed must be furnished upon demand
by all corporations. A similar list
will bo filed with the county assessor
to bo used In checking up the work
of hla deputies.
The university cadets have made
arrangements to accost the Invlta
tlon of the St. Louis exposition and
will visit that great show en masse
special Inducements having been of
Cored to uniformed organizations bj
the railroads as well as the fair man
Warden Beomor's monthly roporl
shows that the 2S7 convicts In lih
Institution have been fed during Fob
runry nt an average dally cost to tin
state of seven cents and six mills pet
capita. Bread , meat mid coffee Is tlu
regulation menu nt the prison am !
each prisoner Is supplied with a gen
orous ration 01 a good quality ami
State Engineer Admi Dobsou wish
es to warn all farmers In the Irriga
tion districts to get as much water
as possible on their land early this
spring , as the Indications are that
there will be a shortage during the
summer months when the moisture
usually is applied.
Mr. Dobson has boon unusually ac
tive during the last month looking
up conditions and finds that In the
hills of Colorado , the source of all
the streams which furnish water for
Nebraska farmers , there Is the light
est snowfall known since the country
was settled. In ono district where It
wag not unusual to find eight or tea
foot of snow but eight Inchon have
fallen during the winter. Mr. Dobson
states that such a condition can have
but one effect ; there Is to bo a drouth
so far as Irrigation districts are con
cerned , Rains In the spring , no matter -
tor how heavy or how frequent will
not materially alter the situation as
the rain water quickly runs off. It is
the great plies of mountain snow
gradually molting during the very
liottest summer months which keeps
the water supply steady when it is
most In demand.
"Got all you can while it lasts , and
begin as soon as possible , " is Mr.
WOMAN SUICIDESJiEAR STANTON
Mrs. J. C. Esweln Takes Her Own
Life by Hanging.
IFrom Mondny'H Dally. ]
Stanton , Neb. , March H. Special
to The News : Mrs. J. C. Esweln sui
cided at her homo two miles north
west of Stanton , by hanging. The fu
neral was held from the home.
The woman and her husband had
been at a neighbor's on the previous
night. They reached homo at mid
night. In the morning the lifeless
form was found , hanging In a closcl
off her room. She was forty-live
years old and believed to bo temper
Mr. Esweln's former wife had beer
killed In a runaway several years ago
The News has the latest type faces
for Its Job work.
Mrs. M. A. Thompson of Fair
fax Has Valuable Collection.
QIVE8 DONNET TO STEAMSHIP
Headdress Once Worn by Chief Milk
Will Adorn the Great Northern's
Steamship "Dakota" Many Other
[ Krom HnUmluy'H Dally.1
A reporter for the Advertiser ono
day last week bail the pleasure of
looking over Mrs. May A. Thomp
son's Indian collection at her homo
In Fairfax. Thin colopllon Is one of
the moHt rnro mid complete now on
exhibit Ion In South Dakota and rep-
roHonUi hundicds of dollars. The
collection consists of several hundred
) loros , many of thorn being very old
nnd valuable relics of the Sioux tribe.
Perhaps ono of the most Important
> f these Is an old medicine chain , be
ng ono of the only two ever owned
by the Ponca Sioux. Another vain
nblo pleco with a history Is an old
buckskin scalp Hhlrt attached to
which are 110 scalp locks. Still an
> tmr ! Is nn old pistol said to have
been taken by Chief Ilaln-In-Tlio-Face
from the Custor battle Hold.
Then there Is the handsome bead
work , war bonnets and feather dance
bustles , battle axes nnd other crude
Implements of warfare , Indian made
saddles , caps , moccasslns , medicine
man's holy stick , plpo bags , pnppooso
cases , ghost dunce rattle , blankets
and many other antique and valuable
To enumerate all those articles
would take up this whole page and
then leave the reader somewhat In
the dark. The only satisfactory ex
planation as to the history and val
ue of those many relics can be given
by Mrs. Thompson herself , who Is al
ways glad to show her collection to
A few weeks ago Mrs. Thompson ,
In behalf of her homo town , Fairfax ,
sent to Jas. .1. Hill , president of the
Great Northern Hallway company , a
very valuable Indian war bonnet for
the steamship "Dakota. " In response
Mrs. Thompson has received the fol
lowing letter :
"President's Olllce , Great Northern
Hallway Company. St. Paul , Minn.
Fob. 20. 1901. Mrs. Mary A. Thomp
son , Fairfax , South Dakota , Dear
Madam : Your letter of the seven
teenth , nlno the Indian bonnet , whtcl
you sent for the steamship "Dakota,1
received this morning and , on bchal
of the Steamship company , I wish to
thank you for the bonnet , which Is
certainly a perfect one. ' - '
Yours truly ,
.las. J. Hill , President.
This war bonnet was once the
property of Chief Milk of the Ponca
tribe of Sioux Indians , who was atone
ono tlmo a government scout. Chief
Milk died last summer and the bonnet
came Into possession of Bull Dog , a
brother-in-law of the chief. Through
the assistance of Cane Milk , son of
the old chief , Mrs. Thompson finally
persuaded Bull Dog to part with the
bonnet at a good figure nnd Mrs.
Thompson conceived tlio Idea that It
ivoitld bo a good advertisement for
'all-fax as well as for her collection
o present this valuable pleco to the
steamship company for the steamship
The long feather or chief's feather ,
extending to the top signifies "The
lead of the Tribe ; " the tips on the
ends of the feathers denotes "All
Jnomies Overcome. "
Mrs. Thompson has never had her
entire collection of Indian goods on
exhibition , but has had ixirtlons of It
: in display at the Central South Da
kota fair at Huron , state fair at
Yankton and Mitchell corn palace.
Some of the nicest pieces wore also
to have been used in the decoration
of the South Dakota headquarters at
the Hotel Vendome in Boston during
the meeting of the National Editorial
association , but were delayed In tran
sit and failed to arrive In tlmo.
A feature of our last Gregory
county fair , and ono which greatly
pleased the many visitors , wns an
elegant display of Indian goods , this
department being In charge of Mrs.
Thompson and Mrs. C. A. Johnson.
Mrs. Thompson Is this week send
ing some provision packs to the state
historical society at Pierre. Fairfax
"One Way Colonist Rates. "
To points In Montana , Idaho , Wash
ington , Oregon , British Columbia and
Alberta territory. Tickets on sale
dally until April 30. Liberal stop
To points In Minnesota , North and
South Dakota , Manitoba , Western On
tario , Saskatchawan and Assinlboia.
Tickets on sale every Tuesday during
March and April.
To points In Tennessee , Mississip
pi and Louisiana. Tickets on sale the
1st and 3rd Tuesdays in March and
"Homeseekers1 Round Trip Rates. "
To points In Alabama , Georgia , Ken
tucky , Mississippi , Louisiana , North
and South Carolina , Tennessee and
Virginia. Tickets on sale 1st and
3rd Tuesdays In MYirch and April , at
rate of ono faro plus $2.00. Stop
Further information cheerfully giv
en at city ticket office , No. 1402 Far-
nam street , Omaha , or write
W. H. Brill , Dlst. Pass. Agent ,
Omaha , Neb.
[ HE GOSPEL TIDE IS RISING
Evangelist Spoke on Adultery , Slan
der and Dishonesty.
I From Mondny'B Dnlly. ]
Tlio union meetings Imvo outgrown
lie * building mid will bo changed the
coining week to tlio McthodlHt church
in account of moru coininoilloim qunr-
.urH. The uxocutlvu coiiiinlttuo has
iliuiiiuil to enlarge tlio chonm plat-
'orin and to provide for uxtru clnilrH
HO as to accommodate the greatest
tintnhor of people. Sunday inoriilng
it 10 : If ! thoru will ho a union Kcrvlco
it Mm Methodist church as well as
tlio ovoiilng. In tlio afternoon there
will bo a special meeting for young
tiuin and young women at the Con
Last nlht | ; Mr. Lyon began bin ad
dress with the Bovcnth comnmnd-
inont. "There Is no subject upon
which It Is harder to know what to any
and what to leave unsaid than upon
social Impurity. In the last twenty
years In our country there have been
IIvi ! hundred thousand divorces and
at loust half a million children to
night that huvo no trite homo with
the love of both father and mother.
Christ distinctly stated that bo who
put away bis wife except for fornlca
tlon committed adultery , yet , wo llml
this class being received In many
places among the so called higher so
"While I sympathize with all well
directed efforts for the rescue of the
two hundred and fifty thousand fall
en women and girls and the million
fallen men and n fallen man Is just
as bad as a fallen woman and often
vastly worse yet In dealing with the
sin of licentiousness an ounce of pre
vention Is worth many pounds of
cure. Mothers ought to have plain
talks with their daughters and fa
thers with their sons warning them
of the snares and pitfalls In modern
society. Wo have a false conception
prevalent In modern life , that makes
one standard for one sex and another
for the other. The woman In sin Is
ostracised and her betrayer continues
to be received by society with open
arms. A white life for two Is the
only principle worthy of acceptance.
We need , too , a new spirit of chival
ry among American manhood that
says , 'God helping mo I will treat
every woman In this world as I would
want every other man to treat my
wife , my mother , my sister and my
The evangelist spoke strongly on
the subject of gossip and scandal.
"When the physician conies into your
homo to diagnose a case about the
first thing he says is , 'show me your
tongue. ' This Is a necessary diag
nosis in religion. Nothing Is needed
In our day any more than the taming
of the tongue. "
Concerning the eighth and tenth
commandments the speaker said :
'There is a spirit of dishonesty prev
alent in society , trying to get some
thing for nothing. It Is manifest first
of all among the boys In the play
ground playing marbles for the keeps ,
ilso the young man who plays slot
machines up to the millionaire who
gambles In options in the bucket
shops and on the board of trade. To
all of these God says , 'Thou shalt not
steal. ' Covetousness and thievery go
hand In hand. They bear the relation
ship of parent and child , of cause and
offoct. It is the sin of covetonsness
inside the life that produces the sin
of stealing in the outward act.
"But there is an honesty perpendic
ular as well as horizontal. Many are
taking these bounties from the di
vine hand and never expressing the
gratitude of a consecrated life. They
too are breaking the eighth law. "
No one would hardly suspect that
this country is just now on the verge
of another presidential campaign. So
far as Nebraska is concerned , her
people will be too busy raising corn ,
and wheat , and alfalfa , and sugar
boots , and. fat steers , and sleek hogs
to pay much attention to politics.
Beaver City Times-Tribune.
Fifteen years ago Charles B. Dick
kept a feed store in Akron , Ohio , and
was a poor man. He is a poor man
yet , but a few days ago ho was elec
ted United States senator by the
Ohio legislature to succeed Mark
llanna. Money is not always neces
sary to success in this country. The
majority of our presidents , In fact ,
were poor men. Valentino Republi
Brown county has had a remark
ably flno winter , but our cattle men
do not want to forget that the winter
Is not over yet. It very often hap
pens that the worst part of the win
ter , so far as it affects cattle , comes
after the middle of March. There
Is very fortunately an abundance of
feed for cattle , and perhaps a good
deal of it may yet bo needed. Alns-
Some of the fusionlsts believe that
"Wo are the same as our fathers
have been. " Our fathers were great
and wise men , but the present gener
ation Is far ahead of them , both in
finances and governmental affairs.
What was good politics and prlnc-
pies for our forefathers would not
bo good now. Where Is the man who
would want to live in the same con
dition and surroundings as did Thom
as Jefferson ? If one Is In existence
wo wish some of the opponents would
produce them. South Sioux City
Republicans of Madison County
THE DATE IS NOT DETERMINED
The Republican County Central Com
mittee Met I * Norfolk Yesterday
Afctrnoon and Decided to Appolnr-
tlon Votes on Barnes Schedule
[ From Monday's Dnly. ) |
The republican county central committee
mitteeof Madison county met In Nor
folk yesterday afternoon. The com
mittee decided to hold the county con
vention In Battle Creek at some date
which Is to bo designated later by the
chairman , Jack KoenlgHtoln , and the
secretary , S. H. McFarland.
The representation at the conven
tion Is to be based iiK | > n the vote cast
nt the last election for J. B. Barnes ,
and the apportionment In numbers will
Inter be made by the chairman and the
It is as yet Impossible to state the
dnto of the convention. Matters of a
political nature were talked over in
a general way but not at all definitely.
Among those present were : Jack
Koonlgstoln , chairman ; S. R. McFar-
land , secretary ; Sam Parks , by proxy
for C. P. Byerly ; C. A. Randall of
Nowmnn Grove ; A. B. Richardson ,
proxy for F. H. Palmer of Valley ;
Henry Massman , Highland.
Notlco is hereby given that a republican -
publican delegate convention of the
republican electors of Norfolk , Nebraska -
braska , will bo held at the city hall ,
In said city , on Friday , March 18 ,
11101 , at 8 o'clock p. m. , for the pur
pose of placing in nomination candi
dates for mayor , clerk , treasurer , po
lice judge , city engineer and two
members of the board of education.
The different wards are entitled tc
the following representation , based
on the vote for M. C. Hazen In 1903
and giving one delegate for every
twelve votes or major fraction thereof -
First ward 7.
Second ward 0.
Third ward 15.
Fourth ward -1.
Outside school district , to nominate
member of the board of education
It is recommended that the caucus
es be hold in the various wards nol
later than Wednesday evening , Marcl
R. II. Reynolds ,
S. R. McFarland ,
Al. Johnson ,
W. H. Livingstone ,
Second Ward Caucus.
The republican electors of the Second
end ward are called to meet at tin
city hall Wednesday evening , Marcl
1C , at S o'clock , for the purpose of so
lectlng nine delegates to the city con
ventlon and to nominate a candidate
S. R. McFarland ,
Fourth Ward Caucus.
The republican electors of the
Fourth ward are hereby called to
meet in caucus at llersheisor's drug
store at S p. m. , Wednesday , Marcl
1C , for the purpose of naming foni
delegates to the city convention and
to place In nomination a candidate
W. H. Livingstone ,
Owners of Fine Horses Wil
CITY JUMPS AT PROPOSITION
The Wide Awake Spirit of Enterprise
in Antelope County Again Makes
a Winning Give $1,000 and Park
for Stables and Tracks.
[ From Monday's Dally.1
Nellgh , Neb. , March 12. Special to
The News : It has been definitely do
tormlned that the Kay brothers , o
Ewing , owners of Shade On and a
largo number of flno horses , will locate
cato In this city. The deal was completed
ploted over the telephone.
In order to show how they fel
about it , the business men of Neligl
went out and had signed over $500 li
a short time during the afternoon
Twenty stalls in the stables will be
built for the accommodation of the
fastest horses that Nebraska has pro
duced. The track at the Centra
park will bo fixed up in the flues
possible condition for the speedy
stepping of the trotters and pacers
The city gives ? 1,000 and the use o
the stables and track.
[ This Is the proposition with whicl
Norfolk people arc familiar , It hav
Ing been previously submitted to Nor
folk. The Kay brothers will be an
Immense help to Nellgh. It will b
a great thing as n mere business prop
osltlon. It is but another case of th
wldo awake spirit which prevails in
the county seat of Antelope. When
they go after a thing , they get it. ]
Blank leases at The News office.
Welcome as Sunshine
ftur n long storm IB n fooling of ro
of when an obstinate cold has been
riven away by Allen's Lung Balsam ,
inly people who liavo been cured of
iront-noho and sere lunga by this
cmedy can quite realize what tlio
collng Is. There is no opium In the
Jnlmim ; Its good effect Is radical
ml lasting. Take a bottle homo to
Dangers of Pneumonia.
A cold at this tlmo If neglected la
able to causa pneumonia which is
) ften fatal , and oven when the pa-
lent has recovered the lungs nro
veakenod , making them peculiarly
nscoptlblo to the development of
onsumptlon. Folcy's Honey and
'ar will stop the ccnigh , heal and
trcngthon the lungs and prevent
meumonln. Kleaau Drug Co.
A Severj tCold for Six Months.
The following letter from A. J.
Nusbaum of Batcsvllle , Ind. , tolls Its
nvn story. "I suffered for tlireo
months with a severe cold. A drug
gist prepared mo some medicine , and
i physician proscribed for mo , yet
did not improve. I then tried Fol-
oy's Honey and Tar , and eight dosea
cured mo. " Refuse substitutes.
Klesau Drug Co.
Doing the Right Thing.
The trouble begins with a tickling
n the throat and a nagging llttlo
cough. Soreness In the chest follows
nul the patient wonders If ho is go
ng to have an all winter cold. Prob
ably , if ho does the wrong thing or
lothlng. Certainly not If ho uses
'erry Davis1 Painkiller , the staunch
old remedy that cures a cold in twen-
y-four hours. There is but ono Paln-
dller , Perry Davis , .
The Name Witch Hazel.
The name Witch Hazel is much
abused. E. C. DoWltt & Co. , Chicago ,
are the inventors of the original and
only genuine Witch Hazel Salve. A
certain cure for Cuts , Burns , Bruises ,
Eczema , Tetter , Piles , etc. There
are many counterfeits of this oalvo ,
some of which are dangerous , while
hey are nil worthless. In buying
Witch Hazel Salvo see that the name
E. C. DoWitt & Co. . Chicago , lu on
.he box and a euro is certain. Sold
by all druggists.
"Just in the nick of time our Uttlo
) oy was saved. " writes Mrs. W. Wat-
dns of Pleasant City , Ohio. "Pneu
monia had played sad havoc with
him and a terrible cough sot in be
sides. Doctors treated him , but he
grew worse every day. At length
wo tried Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption , and our darling :
wns saved. He's now sound and
well. " Everybody ought to know ,
t's the only sure cure for coughs ,
colds and all lung diseases. Guaran
teed by Asa K. Leonard , druggist
Price 50c and $1.00. Trial botU < BS
Eight hour laws are ignored by
Ihose tireless llttlo workers Dr.
King's New Life Pills. Millions are
always at work , night and day , cur
ing Indigestion , Biliousness , Consti
pation , Sick Headache and all Stomach
ach , Liver and Bowel troubles. Easy
pleasant , safe , sure. Only 25c nt
Leonard's drug store.
Foley's Honey and Tar cures the
cough caused by an attack of la
grippe. It heals the lungs.
No business is so small that it can
not advertise successfully if Judicious
ly. And no business is so large that
It can afford to dispense with adver
tising. The News now reaches more
people in northern Nebraska and the-
country tributary than any other
newspaper from whatever locality.
An advertisement in Its columns Is
a good investment and will bring re
turns if handled right
Highest Market $
at all Times.
* Long Distance Telephone , 183. 4 *
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NORFOLK , NEBRASKA.
Y Money on Hand.
If it's coated , your stomach
is bad , your liver is out of
order. Ayer's Pills will clean
your tongue , cure your dys
pepsia , make your liver right.
Easy to take , easy to operate *
25c. All druggist * .
Waul your inomtaclie or beard beautiful
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