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THE NORFOLK NEWS. FRIDAY , AUGUST 1J , 1905.
SHIPMENT FROM THE PLAINS TOWARD -
WARD DIQ MARKETS.
TRAINS WORKING OVER TIME
The Annual Heavy Run of Trains
With Dig Deevet For the Packing
Houses , Has Begun Will Re An
Unusually Heavy Year This Fall.
The ItoglnnliiR of tlio movliiR of llvo
ntocU from the nlnlnH of woRtorn No-
lirnsUn anil South Dakota , In the Illack
Hills and the IloBolnut territories , IIIIR
COIIIP niul tralnn KOI\K ! \ cant throiifih
Norfolk nro working over tlino to Rot
the ImmlHoino. Block lookliiR IIOOVOH
to the pnokliiR hoiiflOH.
All tliroURh the nlfiht the whlMJo of
nwlftly llyliiK locomotlvcfl , npcodlnR
on to the curly morning nmrkctfl , may
ho hcnrtl , ami the illBnatcliorR In the
rnllroail onicos nro Rotting to ho very
busy mon. .
The fall shipment of stock UiroiiRh
thla section IB nlwnyn n heavy ono. It
mpnna ranch to the pnclclng liounon
nml It mcnim much luminous ntnoiiR
the Rtockmon of the northwcRt. It IB
saltl that the ahlpmonta this year will
bo unusually good.
F. W. Richardson wan In the city
from Dnttlo Crook.
C. H. Heed of Madison was In the
city over night.
Will Powers made a trip to Nollgh
nnd return yesterday.
H. J. Miller and M. D. Tyler wont
to Omaha this morning.
Mrs. Annlo Frost of Lincoln visited
Mr . nicker this morning.
Rov. T. II. Dabnoy and wlfo were
in the city today from Ilntto.
W. n. Eastwood of Toledo , Ohio , Is
in the city today on huslncfls.
C. H. Kralm Is oxpootod to return
from Chicago tomorrow night.
Both JoncH , a ntockman of Wllino-
teen , waa In the city yesterday ,
Fred Noiiwcrk of Dattlo Crook was
a business ; vUltor In the city today.
W. R. Butler of Dnncroft was n
business visitor to the city yesterday.
Ed Eye and Joe Hanson of Dattlo
Crook were In the city yesterday even
W. p. Mohr , a real estate man of
Spencer , was In the city today on busi
* AlVlfP Vjobk , operated upon In Sioux
& tllMOr ! ' ° nock : ' 8 K9f
ng HlGPljr ,
ly 6. J. Frost of Plalnviow
was In tyo city this morning , onrouto
to WncoU on business.
* nr. Million nnd wlfo returned at
noon from Leigh , where they have
been visiting a short tlmo.
Miss noulah McDonald of Plcrco
cnmo down with her aunt , Mrs. H. L.
McCortnlck , and will visit hero a short
tlmo.Miss Ella Degnor , operated upon In
Sioux City , Is reported as getting on
nicely. She la a daughter of Fred Dog-
Misses Dcrthn and Otella Pllger re
turned last night from their trip to
Portland. They enjoyed the trip very
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hasenpflug
loft thla morning for Excelsior
Springs , Mo , , for the benefit of their
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Herbert of Hast
ings nro In the city and expect to locate -
cato hero. Mr. Herbert la a car
; Mr * . E. E. Watson of Plalnviow
Cflnio down on the early train this
morning and loft at noon for a vistl
with Lincoln friends ,
Mrs. Warrlck and Mrs. Woathorby
will leave Monday for Omaha , where
they will visit for a month or tubfG
with Mrs. Joseph Shoemaker ,
Sheriff J. J. ClomontB took J. H.
Durch from Battle Creek yesterday ,
where Mr. Burch will bo taken before
the board of Insanity and examined.
Lowell Ersklno Is threatened with
an attack of typhoid fovcr at the homo
of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Era-
klne , on North Eleventh street. Ho
la quite sick at the present tlmo but
the disease has not yet fully developed
as to all Its symptoms.
Mrs. D. F. Sldler left today for
Chicago , where she will llvo with her
son Earl the coming year. Fred Is
now assistant foreman In the Piano
company's manufacturing plant , ami
Earl has a position under him.
The Beeler-Ha7.cn camp at the Yel
low Banks was broken today and the
members of the party returned to Nor
The temperuro Is getting up to thai
quality when suggestions of oool
camping retreats or outings In the
mountains or on the lakes are the log
leal suggestions to those who are over
warm for comfort.
At the meeting of Norfolk lodge No
46 , I. O. O. F. , a degree was conferred
another application was received , am
the trustees reported a settlement with
the Citizens National bank for the use
of the party wall In the building ol
the bank addition.
Rex Becler , son of F. A. Beeler , whc
la just now enrouto to Portland by
way of San Francisco , writes to his
father regarding his trip. Ho found II
chilly In San Francisco and was com'
polled , ho says , to borrow Al Brueg
geman's overcoat In order to keer
warm. Ho were only a light suit ol
clothing , believing that ho would be
warm enough but the cold air of Call
fornla was too much for his comfort
The builders on the Citizens Nation
al hank addition have got to the point
of putting In the micond floor jolnltt
and the brick work on the upper ntory
will BOOH bo under way.Tho Krug
building IB ready for the colling jolatfl.
Hoth nro nmh John. The former must
ho completed by the flrnt of Septem
ber , nnd the latter In being rushed to
got It out of the way of the now hos
pital contract , Mr. Herrmann having
thu contract for restoring the west
wing to n condition for UHO.
It In reported from Lincoln that
thuro IH likely to HOOII bo HOIMO prone-
cutlonn Instituted under the Judklnn
nntl-tniRt law. It In nlloged that there
nro a number of corporal Ions and com
panies that nro acting under violation
of the law , nnd It In proponed to hnvo
thorn up long enough , at leant , to tent
the conntltutlonallty of the now
Htatute. If the now law will not hold
there arc mild to bo other lawn on the
ntntuto liooliH under which prosecu
tions may ho mado.
The Union Pnclflc company ban an
other force of mon at work nt the
bridge on the Elkhoni south of the
city. They nro hero with a pllo driver
and ether nppllancon for the building
of a break water or dlko to prevent
the washing of the embankment away
from their now bridge. They hnvo
been having trouble with the river at
that point during every spoil of high
water and It In the determination to
make a permanent Ilxturo that will
prevent the trouble In the future.
D. P. Owen , formerly of this city
but now of Beatrice , wan In the city
yesterday on buslneim. Hln son , Nate
Owen , was drowned In the Northfork
river below the dam several yearn ago
In navlng the Ufa of another boy. "I
have watched the stream nlnco then , "
nald Mr. Owen , speaking of last week's
torrlblo accident , "and there baa not
a year gene by when ono or moro were
not drowned. " Mrs. Owen Is now In
the east on a visit and Minn Winnie
Owen In keeping house , her brother
Frank Owen , being at homo.
Deputy County Clerk J. L. Daniel of
Madlnon was In the city over night
looking after bin political fences and
mooting old friends. Ho Is out nftor
the nomination for clerk from the
democrats , after four years of service
an deputy , and Is without apparent op
position In his party , as his work ,
during part of the tlmo having full
charge of the ofllce , Is satisfactory to
voters of his faith. Previous to taking
the ofllco of deputy cork , Mr. Daniel
was in business In Norfolk , nnd It Is
probnblo ( hat ho will get the support
of his party here ! ' ho succeeds in get
ting the nomination.
Lincoln Jonrnn.1 : The Northwestern
will not bs A great ways from Salt
Lnko City when It runs Us trains Into
Lanir w > ' 0 > U w11 | bo but 12 ° mU ° B
from' Graf"31" ' nUnoil h ' " tnnt d'B' '
' " 'ones.
tanco a mounta , . ? torrlto7 f
* " ' l Balt
An extension from Lan ?
Lake would not cost the road ucn
moro than the extension from Casper
to Lander will cost. The distance
from Casper to Salt Lake Is about
the same distance ns from Casper to
Bnssott , Nob. , It Is plain that unless
something Intervenes , as In the Bur
lington's case , the Northwestern will
ono of these days have trains running
down the western slope.
Charles Owen has a novel pot nt
the homo of his parents , Mr. and Mrs.
H. E. Owen on North Twelfth street ,
In shape of a tiny coon , tamed Into
the ways of civilization after n life
of liberty at the Yellow Banks , went
of the city. The little nnlm.nl follows
its master from place to plnco , hob
bling qttlotly along llko ft kitten , and
la ns cute ns can bo eVery minute of
Its life. It doosn't ' blto anil scorns to
enjoy IU no\V homo. Boys belonging
to n ftUlYi near Vho Yellow Banks found
a nest of. the little animals nnd hnvo
thorn all on the farm. It was from
hem whllo camping with Trinity choir
joys last week that the pot was
Officials at thd Unfloln hospital for
the Insane arc anxious for the open
ing of the now Institution hero for
they have a carload of women patients
whom they are anxious to transfer to
Norfolk just as soon as possible. The
women patients are said to bo much
moro care than are the men and It
Is for this reason that the Lincoln
authorities are BO anxious to get the
change made. It la thought at the
Norfolk hospital that patlenta may bo
brought hero within two weeks , al
though the tlmo depends altogether
upon the condition of1 the tunnels at
that tlmo. The recent rains have con
tinned constantly to cave In the tun
nels nnd there Is constant trouble In
repairing them. There are also other
matters to attend to before the pa
tlents can bo brought to Norfolk.
Steward Peters reports that the gar
den Is In good shape.
The Pawnco Bill wild west show
has made contracts for an exhibition
In Norfolk on Tuesday , September 17
nnd the advance car Is In the city to
day making the public acquainted with
the fact. The show cornea hero from
Sioux City nnd from hero will go to
West Point nnd then to Omaha , male
Ing but the three stands In the north
ern half of the state. Pawnco Bll
was here several years ago. and his
entertainment will bo remembered b >
those who attended for a very Interest
Ing exhibition. It will also bo remembered
bored on another score. After the
crowds had assembled In the tents erIn
In the canvas awning surrounding the
show grounds , the flood gates of the
skies opened and gave a downpou
the llko of which baa been seldon
equalled. The audience got wet , some
but the performers in the open go
soaked , but gave their stunts regard
less. After the show water over shoo
tops was waded to get homo.
AIN8WORTH LIVERYMAN MAY
HAVE TO ANSWER IN COURT ,
PROTESTING CHICKEN HUNTER8
Deputy Smith May Drlng a Suit Al
Tllden Six Men Were Arrested foi
Seining and Threatened the Warder
fKrotn KrldnyV IJnllv 1
CJcorgo L. Carter , the chief deputy
game and flnn commlnfllonor , an
nounces that ho will Invoke the civil
rights ntatuto against an Alnnwortli
llvoryman who rofunod to provide
Deputy Smith with a rig with whlcli
to pursue persons alleged to have been
shooting chickens during the closed
ncaHon , nays the Lincoln Nown. The
official ntnten that the matter line
boon Btibmlttcd to County Attorney
Ell of Brown county with a request
to proceed If the necessary evidence
can bo secured. The llvoryman Is al
leged to have refused tha rig because
ho did not want to assist the wardens
In arresting the hunters , and It Is
claimed that ho stated to a witness
that that wan his reason for refusing
to hlro ono to Smith who had prof
fered the money.
Carter said that In his mind there
wan no doubt but what the refusal to
furnish the rig , when the liveryman
had ono which ho could have given
him , was a discrimination forbidden
by the civil rights net , which provldon :
"All persons within this state shall
bo entitled to a full and equal enjoy
ment of the accommodations , advant
ages , facilities , and prlvlllgcs of Innn ,
rcstaurantn , public conveyances , bar
ber shops , theaters , and other places
of amusement. "
It Is alleged by the warden that the
llvoryman was In the business of pro
viding public conveyances and refused
to furnish ono because of prejudice
against the warden. The name of the
llvoryman in withhold.
Deputy Hunger has returned from a
trip to the northwestern part of the
state. Ho secured the arrest of Walter
Farley and Fred Valentine , of Johns
town , Brown county , for Illegal hunt-
Hunger played the Innocent and
went driving with Farley. Ho wanted
to know If ho could not buy a half
dozen chickens and the next day ,
when Farley nnd his companions came
in , the warden asked again. Ho wan
shown the birds and had. the men flnod
$5 each. The judge remitted the costs.
The most exciting oxperlenco came
later , when Hunger had retired. About
12 o'clock u rook or cinder of huge
porportlons wnn hurled throuRh the
Window of bin room nt the local hotel.
l' * vtt8 lucky though , " said Hunger.
"Tho roclV M n ° * como within tell
foot of mo. "
At Tllden ho fell In with a party
using selns and trammel nets nnd
placed six men under arrest bufc all
except ono. Burt Holton , escaped. The
mon had thtrty-thrcQ fish In their" bos *
soslon. The nets were cdnflsBatbd ft §
were the fish , nnd the nngry riBhQhntin
Rpont the next ntBnt parading the town
vowlnp : vengnflanco on the warden. The
Rotight to get Into his room at 2 o'clock
In the morning , but failed to accomp
lish their end through the shrewdness
of the landloard of the hotel , who mis
directed them. The prosecution will
bo pushed by the department ,
ELECTED TO FIRST PLACE BY
NATIONAL HOTEL MEN.
WILL MEET NEXT IN OMAHA
At the Meeting In Minneapolis , a For
mer Resident of Norfolk Gdt High
est Honors Next Gathering Of the
Association in Omaha.
Minneapolis , Aug. 4. Uniformity IB
hotel laws was the chief topic of dis
cussion at the afternoon session o
the Northwestern Hotel Men's assocla
tlon convention. A committee Was
appointed to draw up a set of laws reg
ulatlng hotels and a strong effort wil
bo made to have them adopted by tha
legislatures of the northwest. Expo
sltlon of the Nebraska laws was made
by Rome Miller of Omaha , Iowa laws
by J. H. Klngsley of Waterloo am
Minnesota statutes by H. S. Joslyn o
St. Paul. J. J. Bohn. editor of the
Hotel World , addressed the conven
tlon. Omaha was selected ns th
meeting place next year. Rome MI
ler of Omaha was elected president o
the association and B. M. Johnston o
Mitchell , S. D. , secretary-treasurer.
Mr. Miller , the newly elected pros
dent of the association , Is well knowi
In Norfolk , having lived here n num
her of years and hold extensive In
terests In thec Ity. Ho formerly llvei
at the corner of Norfolk avenue an
Thirteenth street. Ho has been con
nected with the eating houses along
the main line of the Northwestern fo
many years and Is popular with th
traveling public and the railway me
whom ho has served In that capacltj
Ho is still Interested In Norfolk an
the people hero realize that the honor
bestowed upon him are well deserved
Anoka , Neb. , Aug. 4. Farmers 1
this vicinity are buny harvesting small
grains , there being a nplondld yield
of wheat and oatn. Corn IB a little
backward , but making very good prog
A largo number of Rtcam thresher
outfits were unloaded nt this point
during last month.
Many cars of hogs were shipped
from Anoka , by local buyers during
the last month.
The merchants of Anoka all report
having had n splendid trade during
the spring and summer months , nnd
all are buying largo stocks of fall
goods , anticipating a big fall trndo.
Many Improvements are being made
In town. New sldowalkH and crossings
are being constructed and the streets
nnd crossings being graded and re
The wagon roads leading to town
nro being repaired nnd several now
roads are being opened up to let In
County politics are wnrmlng up , In
Boyd county , Anoka having her share
of aspirants for county offices. S. A.
Richardson In mentioned for the
nomination for county clerk on the
republican ticket , R. A. Wllborgor for
sheriff and Win. Whltln for county
Cleat-water Is Booming.
Clearwater , Neb. , Aug. 4. Special
to The News : CIcarwator Is on the
boom. Cement sidewalks are being
built on the main streets and there Is
n general remodelling of buildings
with extra coats of paint. City prop
erty In changing hands at a good price.
J. H. Savage and family left today
for the Pacific coast.
H. F. West and family leave for
Mlnnlsslppl In a few days.
Crops in thla vicinity are looking
WANTED By manufacturing cor
poration , energetic , honest man to
manage branch ofllco. Salary 1185.00
monthly and commission minimum In
vestment of $ (300 ( In stock of company
required. Secretary , Box 401 , Madi
son , WIs.
BASSETT PROPOSES TO PUT IN A
FIRST CLASS SYSTEM.
BOND ELECTION TO BE CALLED
An Extensively Signed Petition Was
Presented to the City Council Plant
Will be Adequate for a City of 5,000
People- . "
Bassctt , Neb. , Aug. 8. Special to
The News : This city Is soon to own
ft flrnt olnn Hystom or water works.
The Konornl fooling Is for a system
with all modern Improvements , not
nly sufficient for present needs but
or many years to como. A pumping
lant largo enough for a city of 5,000
eoplo will be erected , with large
lalns on the jirlncliml streets uuffl-
lent for present needs. There will
# ft water hfend of 103 foot above the
luYltl&ss portion of town , the rCBcr-
olr being built on the hill south of
ho city. A largo petition was present-
d to the village board asking that a
peclal election be called to vote the
equlred bonds. At present the vll-
ago has no bonded or other Indebted
LINCOLN THEATER MAN KILLED
Charles Burns , Manager of a Vaude
ville Company , Has a Fall.
Beatrice , Neb. , Aug. 8. Charles
3urns of Lincoln , manager of n van-
devlllo company , stepped out of the
rear door of the opera house , on the
second story of a building here , anil
fell eighteen feet. His skull was frac
tured and ho will die.
HEAVY HAIL NEAR HOSKINS.
One Man Alone Lost Grain to the Ex
tent of $2,000. ,
Hosklns , Neb. , Aug. 7. Special to
The News : The hall hero did consid
erable damage. Crops in the neighbor
hood Buffered badly. Small grain was
narUefit hit. It Is reported that one
mttn ftlone lost $2,000 worth of grain
Want ads telephoned to The News
up until 2 o'clock will get In tbar day's
NORTHWEST SOLDIERS' REUNION
Will be Held at Norden Three days
Commencing August 9.
Alnsworth , Neb. , Aug. 5. Special tc
The News : The Northwest Soldiers
reunion , embracing the counties ol
Brown , Cherry and' Koya Paha , wll
hold the reunion this year In Norden
commencing August 9 and continuing
three days. A good tlmo la assurei
to all who may como. There will b <
good music , good speaking and dlf
ferent kinds of sports for the ontln
three days. Gov. Mickey Is to b <
present nnd deliver an address. Frc <
tranaportatlon will bo glvo to all oh
soldiers from Johnstown to Norden.
For twenty-five cents you can nov
Insure yourself and family against an ;
bad results from an attack of cell
or diarrhoea during the summe
months. That Is the price of n hot
tlo of Chamberlain's Colic , Choleri
nnd DIarrhaea Remedy , a medicin <
that has never been known to fall
Buy It now , It may save life. For tmli
by the Klesau Drug Co.
SPECIAL TRAIN LEFT NORFOLK
AVERAGE WEIGHT 1,462 POUNDS
John Ray , Lew Ray and E. M. Garvln
Sent Out a Fine Bunch of Good
Looking Cattle Last Night for the
A special tralnload of flno cattle
were shipped out of Norfolk for the
Chicago market lant night. The stock
belonged to Low nnd John Hay and
to E. M. Garvln. Low Ray shipped
sixty-two head and John Ray 100. Mr.
Garvln shipped two carloads from
Plerco county. The Ray cattle
weighed on an average of 1,402 pounds
apiece. The train will reach Chicago
tomorrow morning. The entire trainload -
load were among the finest looking
stock over sent out of Norfolk.
The herd was driven Into Norfolk
during the previous night and re-
mnlned In the yards , ns noted yesterday -
day , all through the day , being load
ed last night after darkness had
brought cool weather. The cattle were
handsome ones to look upon , sleek ,
gracefully curved and solid. They
were the nearest approach to export
cattle , It Is said , of any that have been
shipped out of this section of the
The train was sent out of town be
fore midnight over the Northwestern
and will bo hurried today Into the
Chicago markets , In order to bo on
the boards early tomorrow for the
bidding. Some packer will draw a
prize herd when ho buys them In the
WEEDS ALONG RURAL HOADS.
They Are Tall and Rank , and Carry
Rural route carriers report that
30mo of the roads leading out of the
: lty are badly bordered with an over
growth of tall weeds which are not
inly unpleasant to look upon but
which , also , are unhenlthful. The tall
weeds , shading the earth and keeping
t moist below , are the best homes In
; ho world for the mosquitoes. And
: he mosquitoes , besides being awful
nuisances , carry disease around .In
heir backs. It is reported from New
Drlenns that the mosquitoes are carry-
ng yellow fever from place to place
md there Is no reason why It may not
> e supposed that they carry other con-
aglous ailments ftlso. Some of rural
oads out of Norfolk ure said to be so
> vergrown with the wecdi that It Is
i difficult matter to penetrate one's
vny along the publlq thoroughfare ,
md whpn oijg ( a. onoe burled Inside ,
t H JlftFd to flnd lllmvlth the eye.
People who drive out over thosO roada
.vlsh . that the weeds might be cut
A REAL IN IAN PRINCESS
Will be Here With Pawnee Bill's Wild
Major Gordon W. Lillie has with
him some of the greatest Indian ce
lebrities living. Prominent among
them are Spotted Tall , Black Heart ,
Crazy Snake , Hollow Horn , Ridge
Bear , Yellow Hand and many others.
It was not easy to secure them , nnd
the government exacted many guaran
tees and bonds before permitting these
somewhat dangerous people to leave
their reservation. There Is something
touchlngly pathetic In the melancholy
spectacle of the sad passing of our
American Indian. Since Columbus
first gave them the tragic touch of
civilization up to our own days , men
have watched the slow decay of the
children of the forest , the warriors of
the west , the first lords of our coun
try's matchless and mighty domain.
All of the Indians with Pawnccr
Bill's wild west are superb specimens :
of their race. They are accompanied"
by their squaws , pappoosos , medicine
men , and all necessary paraphernalia.
for the proper presentation of the sev
eral features of the show In which
they so prominently figure.
With the Sioux tribe Is the beauti
ful princess Wcnona , who has charmou"
the world by her marvelous shorting-
No other woman nnd few , If any , mon-
hnvo equalled her In marksmanship , ,
cither at nhort br long range , afoot oren
on horseback , at stationary or mov
She gave evidence of her wonderful *
power at an early age , four years , and"
her proud Indian father procured for
her n small rlflo with which she mado-
tremendous progress. Her shooting
on horseback became as accurate as It
was on foot. Her reputation soon1
leaped the broad expanse of the west
ern plains nnd she wns In demand lit
every section of the country , and her
presence was soon familiar In every
civilized center of the land.
To her Infallible accuracy she soon1
added speed nnd reckless daring In-
the manipulation of the pistol and'
rlflo. To shoot n cigar from a man'r
mouth was ono of her most pleasing"
and dangerous accomplishments.
She easily duplicated the feats or
the professional shooters and outshone-
all of them In their great acts.
Princess Wenonn has appeared In-
nearly every European court and has-
been admired for her skill every
where. She shoots composition balls'
from the head of a man In view of tho"
audience at every performance and1
succeeds In breaking twenty glass-
balls In less than twenty seconds
whllo her horse Is galloping at full
speed In the arena.
Certainty of vision and steadiness
of nerve are splendidly exemplified lit
her remarkable feats of skill with Im
plements which tradition credits man
only as being equipped with the nerve *
and ability to skillfully employ. We-
nona Is a fascinating little woman and'
holds her audience spellbound during ;
her performance. t <
Give a Farewell Reception" . " * "
Norfolk lodge , No. 40 , I. O. O. F. Iff
preparing to add to the gentle remind
ers of other friends that when Mr.
and Mr. L. C. Bargelt leave for the
west they are leaving behind them
some valued associations. The mem
bers of the lodge are preparing for
a farewell reception on Wednesday-
night , next , at the lodge hall , to which-
all Odd Fellows and their families are-
invited whether they have received In
vitations or not.
Howard fop President. ' " 'i >
Lincoln , Aug. 5. The state conven
tion of the Christian church at the
session held last evening , elected Z. .
O. Howard of Grand Island preslteifc.
A. C. ONO , A. M. , LL. B. , Pres. , Omofta. .
Pnor. A. J. Lownr , Prlno.
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Ho Money Required
until you receive and approve of your bicycle-
SnToa Ten Days Free Trial
Finest guaranteed 4&f/l 4 4fr9./r
1905 Models & 1U O & +
with Coaster - Brakes and Puncturelesa Tires ,
1O03 & 1904 Models * 'y 4 41 &
Best Makes . * p ICF ipi i
Any make or model you want at onc'third usual
price. Choice of any standard tires and best
equipment on all our bicycles. Strongest guarantee ,
We SHIP ON APPROVAL C. O. D. to anyone
ono without a cent deposit and allow IO DAYS'
FREE TRIAL oeforo purchase is binding-
5OO SacontlHand Wheels < fcQ , 6 ft
taken In trade by our Culcaco retail stores. Ou ' " UO
. . _ _ H makes and models , good as now . T" v
fill HIlT BIIV a blcyclo until you have written for our FACTORY
UU nui Dili pmoEs AMD FREE TRIAL OFFER , iitei ,
equipment , lundrlei and sporting goods of Ml kinds , at lialf regular price. In our
big Iree Sundry CaUlogue. Contains a world of useful Information. Wrlto for It.
Rogulai * prloo $8. GO per pair.
To Introduce $ J | " 7 T
wo will Sell j °
You a Sample
Pair for Only
NO MORE TROUBLE from PUNCTURES
Result of 16 years experience in tire maldnpf. EASY RIDING , STRONG ,
No tlannon from THORNS. OAOTUS , DURABLE , SELF HEALING
PINS , HAILS , TACKS or GLASS. Serious
punctures , llko intentional knife cuts , can bo FULLY COVERED by PATENTS
vulcanized llko any ether tiro. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
Bond for Catalogue "T. " showing all kinds and makes of tires at ? 2.flO per pair and up
also Coaster-llrakos. Hulll-un Whcols and Ulcycles Sundries at Half the usual prlcoa.
Notlco the thick rubber tread "A" and puncture strip * "H" and "U. " This tire will
outlast any ether make-Soft. Elastic auU Easy Hiding. Wo will ship C. 0. D , ON APPROVAL
AND EXAMINATION without a cent deposit.
We will allow a oamh dlf count of 5 * ( thereby making the price 84.50 per pair ) If you
send full cmmh with order. Tires to bo returned at our expense U not satisfactory on
examination , <
MEAD CYCLE CO. , Dent , Jl. CHICAGO , ILL.
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