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The kind that cuts
your ice bill down i
below the luxury i
DointL When buv-i
ing a Refrigerator,
get a good one, that's
the land we handle,
they cost no more
than the inferior
Ice Cream Freezers
all sizes at very
The kind that
makes it a pleasure
tO mOW yOUr lawn
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at prices that will
interest yOU. ,
Bring us your Butter and Eggs, we
guarantee you the highest market price.
We have what you want and you don't
have to bother with coin or orders.
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Spring Summer Season
FIND8 C8 IN THE BEST CONDITION
TO SERVE OUIl CCSTOMEHS.
Is of the best and we carry a
larger stock than ever be
fore. We guarantee
Are acknowledged the best in town. We carry only solid goods;
no paper, shoddy or shelf-worn goods is here to be found in our shoe
stock. We have our shoes made especially for us in the foremost fac
tories of the country. We sell them at prices lower than ever.
Call and be convinced.
411 Eleventh Street
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X - Creamery Batter
X Sweet Cream
AfaaU far DaUIVftL 6REJ1M SEPARATOR.
We are offering a
very large assort
ment of summer
Dress Goods at prices
that will interest
you. uaii ana
well made, neat look
ing boys' shoe one
that will wear well
at a price very low.
We are headausrters for
dishes. The best quality for the
least money-. We have a few
sete: Handmel.v decorated
semi-porcelain at a price that
n YurVTise vou. fcaii and
Here you will find the newest
and best the market af
fords the coming
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HfWwiT Bar haa t
Dr. Valliar, Oeteeaath, Barber block.
Dr. Gietsaa, daatkt. ow Itflodt'a
Famoaa gold medal oafta E. B.
Dr. Chaa. H. Hatt, pkjaieiam aad
Bokart Stavaaa of David City haa a
poaitioa. in tha Faatna 8tom.
Haadaartara Cor fiaacofaa. EL B.
London k Bra. mH tka nalahntail gold
Eaatoa. k Co. hava tha
tka Caaipioa bindar,
Thay tall ua thay hava taa beat gooda
at tha Tharatoa Anmaz. Any doabta?
Dra. Martyn, EraaaGaar k Haa
auoilea taxaa doora north of Friad-
D. L. BraMi waa in towarTkaxaday,
dwpoaua: of a load of fat laaiaa to oar
Tha Methodiat Iadiaa giva am taa
cream social this Wednaaday aTaning oa
the chnrch lawn.
Miee Lizzie Farley ia enployad ia
the dry goods departieat at Friadhof a
stare, beginning work tkere Friday.
Farmers, why doat yom thresh with
R. S. sleek or thresh with your choice?
We have what yon want. C. A. Spoke.
Eaeton k Co. are haadqearters for
choice grooariea and hardware. We
take country produce at higkeet aMrkat
Mies Baby Rismiiaaiu waa enable
to attend to datiea at the telepkone
office last Wednesday oa aoooant of
Ernest DuseeU went to Ckieago last
Wednesday to find relief from a severe
attack of asthma, and also to transact
in the beet styles, and maaa only the vary
best stock that can be procared in tha
B. R. James and his force of aoaa
went to Platte Center Taeeday to pat a
new walk aroaad tha pablie school
bailding there. a
InTttations have been iasaedby Mrs.
W. A. McAllister for a party Wednaaday
evening in honor of Will Hanaley aad
Miss Florence Corneliaa.
The burnt pea coffee faddiat argoea
health and talks fake. Brink tha beat
of the original, the celebrated gold saedal
coffee. E. & London k Bro.
Bay taa lest. Tka Tryber Piaaa
leads them all in conatractioa, naiah,
durability and price. Sold oa monthly
payments. Aoditormm Maaic Co.
Farmers, why don't you thresh with
Eemmerer slack, or suit yourselves 'and
select some other way-mp coal? Wa hava
it. Come and see. C A. Speioe.
John Cornils, who recently grada-
ated from a pharmaceutical coUego in
Omaha, arriTsd in the city last week aad
will visit friends in tha city for aome
G. T. Everett left Sunday for Pack
wood, Iowa, where he ezpacta to reauun
for about two weeks. Hie father, who
had been visiting here a few daya, accom
The MethodiBt Sunday school will
bold their picnic Friday at Stevens' lake.
On account of the heavy rain last Wed
nesday they were compelled to postpone
at that time.
Mrs. S. A. Brindley returned Friday
from MeCook where she haa beea teach
ing in the Junior Normal. Sunday aba
went to Central City where aha will teach
in the county institute.
Dr. H. J. Areold left Satarday evea-
iag for an eight weeks' trip west. He
will stop in Idaho for a hunting and
fishing time and from there will go to
National City, California, to visit his
Farmers, why don't yoa thresh with
Cherokee nut, or soaie other top-notch
fuel? Pleeee yourselves by talriag your
choice out of our aheda. We have tka
best. Come and aee ua. Let'aaaMke.
Fin Howard and Will Hanaley attend
ed the tennia tournament at Fullerton.
last week, and took part in the games,
winning one set and loaiag ia another.
We give elsewhere ia thia iasue an
account of the toaraameat held here
Prof. W. M. Kern passed Saturday
and Sunday at aome, going to Oaoaola
where he will teach .thia weak in the
county inatitnta. He haa beea oaa of
the instructors ia tha iaatitata at Broken
Bow for several
A auaawaary fisattval will be bald at
the German Evangelical Ptotaataat
church next Saaday, Angaet 23. Ser
vices will begia atlh30a.au aad 8p.au
Addresses will be made byBav.Baeaaer
of Verdon, aad Bern a Mailer aad
Graaaaaoret of Colambua. All are cer
dially iavitad taattaad.
Farmers, why doat yoa thresh with
Butte alack or with aay other good coal?
We have what yoa want. C. A.
able naweaataaaaat nnsaatisg of fifty
each of Krag-Jargeaaea rataa, Delta,
foeded aad 1,000 bleak
ipany ia aaviaff extra driDe oa
is to be bald ia York fzaaa tha filth to
tha Slat af thia moata.
Mm Wau Novell haa
bakery et West Poiat, i
aovad there to caadact
Her eoa Wallie,
who iaqaita wail
Novell weat to We
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waa aaa aaaa eaaaaaaa iaaa xaamaaau a narmer waa uvea Tha aaaatt tiaan rsaraesaitiaw taa
bakery will ha tha aaaac. aaar Flatto Caator. had bin haakaaato w--t ri t -i- , --.
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Seveathetreet jeweler, Colaaabae. lead a tkia ssslioa there Satarday aflfi aaaa were ataaaat.
A driak that always
E. B. Loadoa aVBro.
Batter fife at tha
Dairy Depot. Colaaabaa Caaam Co.
Do aot fail to saa oar 84bot gatvaav
iaedeteelmm forfAOa. A.DuaeeU
Tha Orphaua aodety held a arivata
I picaie Saaday
Colfax coanty will hold their old
aettlera aannal picaie ia Schuyler, Sap-
equality with gold.
Thecoffee that eslla. Why?
it pleases. Tha celebrated geld
E.B. London A-Bra..
Tha city coandl bald a
mearing Monday evening and will atoo
meet again Friday evening.
George Fairchild and W.H. Beaham
wiU leave Satarday for lake Okoooji, to
bavaafawdaya eaort with the aaaytriha.
David, the yoang eon of Mr. aad Mm.
J. H. Miles, is recovering from a' very
aarioua aickneaa, a complication of dav
Angie Early and Emma
Nedmarker will entertain Saturday even
ing in honor of John Early and John
Wau Plata ia up before tha inaanity
board this Tuesday afternoon. Mr.Puth
is a maa about 45 years of age with quite
a large family.
Mrs. Thomas Wilson and children
left Monday evening for Los Aagelea,
California, where they expeet to auke
their future home.
In the meantime, follow tha crowd
to E. D. Fitzpatrick's, the White Front
Dry Goods Store, and see what you can
get for your money.
The Y. P. S. C. E. of tha Coagraga
tianal church will give an ice cream
aocial Wednesday evening of next week
on the church lawn.
For sale, residence and two lota be
longing to Mrs. C. H. Young oa Thir
teenth street, occupied by L. J. Lea.
Enquire of A. Height. 4
M. Watkina haa been suffering aa
verely for eeveral daya with kia las; from
which ha bad a tamoroaa growth re
moved aboat a year ago.
The three-aumthaold child of Mr.
and Mrs. George Buss living west of this
city died Monday. Funeral aarvicaa
were held today (Tuesday.)
Prof. Walters moved hie family today
(Taeeday) to the house recently vacated
by CE. Pollock. They come direct from
Broken Bow to Columbus.
'The county supervisors were in ses
sion last Friday to consider the applica
tion of Sokol k Flakua to eell liquors in
Duncan. Tha liceaee waa granted.
Earl Galley's horse ran away Mon
day, starting near the St. Francis school
bailding where it threw the occapanta
from the buggy. No damage done.
Mm Joha Becker entertained a
number of former acquaintancea of Mrs.
Mary Becfaer of Omaha Monday after
noon, who ia visiting' her eon John in
Carpenters Uaion No. 1501. Regu
lar meetings every Satarday night. Ha
lting brothera invited. E. J. Scott
president; Chaa. Wurdeman, financial
Mies Louise Matthews of Schuyler,
Mm Hill of Fullerton and Mies Kittie
Speice of this city, all employed in Fill
man's millinery stores, left here Suaday
Weldin haa removed his photograph
gallery to Tenth street south of Hulat k
Adams'. All work in photographic line.
Negatives developed and prints finiahed
for amateurs. 3
At the recent Platte Valley G. A. B.
Association meeting held in Genoa Mr.
Moore of Silver Creek waa elected com
mander and tha reunion located at Silver
Creek for next year.
Your breakfast ia not complete with
out a cap of the celebrated gold medal
We sell it. E.B. London A Bro.
In Monday's Lincoln State Journal,
Bixby reviews, in his droll way, the bill
iatroduced in the state legislature eev
eral years ago, by Moran of this coaaty,
which provided for tha huaeetioa of beer.
The Platte county democratic con
vention will be held at the Orphean opera
house next Monday afternoon; tha next
evening at the North opera houaa tha
democratic etate convention will
Farmers, do yoa want to get the
beat threshing coal ia tha market? R. &
alack, Butte alack, Eemmerer alack,
Cherokee aat or any kiad of lump or
nat coal in tkia market, alwaya oa haad.
C A. Speioe.
We hava ramotad -oar caaca from
North opera haaee to tha eeeoad door
anath of Niewoaaer'a jewelry
Jaat laceited a new liae of
aad iavita yoa to call aad inapect
Frank Schraau 2t
me aad ship from plaaa to plaea, I will
eeU eta great Dargaan. Those who
of North opera hoaae D.
aaa aad ship from alaai
aaU as a great bargaaa.
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wRaaaaai aam XJVma vVaT maaa. vOaaXaaaaW SMObbMbbV aai naaw. VwQaaaaVOR
ki a s - a vfiaam aaaaaaa aaa aa waaajaaaaaaaaaiaa taa ratoi " Km
hum mmmmummammm f - m-i-aii jr m.t, -,,-w i- - t ai.-i mA tm
taW baawatw co1l4i ttof plRf itiTaW
wm am. wamaa. ma; w rama aa laat nam ox aaar enauBE. I baaaaa eurvey bacura
dweetioa af thaCWamhaaGaa dab is
liaan halil IkaiTaaeilaj sail TTnlaeaiej
oity Abeat thirty
eat from oat of
eoa ef Mr. aad Mm
Work aa tha
iac as raaadly as the weather will
A spar was aailt aaath of Adaara lum
bar yarda aad a car placed thereupon
Lawat Taaihas is uaiag for aa
aatB tha completion of tha new
Will Brewer was found lying uncon
sdoua ia tha ban at hia home Thursday
and for a few boars waa a very
aa. Tha cauaa of hi
illaeaa waa aaaaartkitia from
Notwithataading inclement weather
duriag aevaral daya of laat weak, tha
Sehnylar papara pronounce the Colliaa
Carnival Co's. angagamaat there to hava
beea quite saceeeaful from a flnaarial
standpoint. From Sehayler tha com
paay went to Stroawburg where they
exhibit during' thia week.
Mm Joha Stauffer returned Friday
from Ellenaburg, Washington, where aba
went about three months ago to spend
the saauaer with her daughter Mrs.
Kohler. Miss Rosa, who went out with
her will remain thia winter and attend
tha State aormal school which ia located
there. John Stauffer, who haa been
there aevaral months, will also remain
A teaaie toarnameat will be held on
the Howard court in thia city Tuesday
afternoon and Wednesday morning;
players coming from Albion, Genoa,
Fullertoa, Schuyler and possibly other
places; Fin Howard and Will Henaley
represent tha Colambua players, aad
will be assist ml by Chauncey Abbott of
Schuyler and Charles Speice of King-
Jaaeas MeGuachey waa ia town Sun
day oa hia way to Primrose where ha aaa
beea appointed the first Union Pacific
agent at that town, which ia located be
tween Cedar Bapida and Spalding. Many
years ago Mr. MeGlinefaey waa a gun
smith hare ia the store now owned by L.
Pkillippa. Sinoa leaving Colambua ha
has beea located aa agent for the Union
Pacific at St. Edward and Cedar Bapida
and now leaves a position in Omaha to
go to Primrose.
During the electrical storm laat
Thuraday, lightning struck and killed
one of tka cattle in the pasture of Fred
Meedel, wast of this city and across the
Loup river. In tha same neighborhood,
at Christ Base' farm, a stack of wheat
waa struck Neighbors who discovered
the fire wound ropes around it, hitched
horses to the ropes and hauled the burn
ing maaa a safe distance from other
stacks near it, thereby aaving a large
amount of grain.
Reports come from tha vicinity of
Bellwood that wheat and rye ie beiag
damaged by the continued damp weather,
much of which haa begun to sprout in
the shock. North of town on the bluffs
grain ia in better condition but the raina
and extremely heavy dawa have prevent
ed threshing and may etill be the caaae
of much injary to the crop ehoald it
continue for a few weeka. Conualtboagh
a little backward, ia in excellent condi
tion and will make an immenee crop
unless an early frost interferes.
The gjoeere of the dty are consider
ing plana whereby they may hava all
their mecehamhae delivered through a
contract let to aome one who would
make a special business of it. Grocers
bare hava beea investigating plana
adopted by eastern cities which have
proved entirely satiafaetory, and who
claim better aervkse can be given at lees
expense to alL Each store would eoa
traet for the delivery, and bo independ
ent of any other, on the name plan aa
they engage a drayman to do their
Tha Bocae County Agricultural
aodety hold their 19th annual fair at
Albion September 22 to 25 inclusive.
Thia ia oaa of the few counties in tha
state which haa kept up the good old
fashioned fair, and made a social and
flpmil success of the institution. Tha
farmers and merchants of the county
take pride ia thaaa gatherings where
thay meet to exchange ideaa and ea joy
vkatiag with frieads, Tha ptamiam bet
east by tha aaennatinn ahowa a long hat
of prizes offered which are well worth
working' for. Eight hundred dollars will
be expeaded alone oa horse racing.
Tha inaagarv ic a of a "ratt room ia
Central GtyiebaiEt. commented oa quite
generally by tha papara of tha state aad
aevaral towaa, foUowiag the example aat
by tha ladies of thai dty, have eatab-
of their own. The
of Hall coaaty
hava eat aside three rooaee of tha new
court koaaa ia Grand Island for thia
aadtheiateataoa iatofit them
uaatgaadatyla. Tears aaa be aadoaat
of the value of tha idea aad the lateral
they ere iataaded to
-Central City Noaaarafl.
aOdyretara with him aad together all
the grounds of thaCo-
York to gxva their fiaal rtofwsna, la
to tha Fiamuat prejeet tha
: "Jaat what pawi
aaa ha aaaakaad will aot be kaowa for
tteahle, aged two aad a half
laww AJeaaaaV wv VQaaMmreaaaig aaBaBmaaawamV
depot m prograaa
to eaaaly all Omaha, toached
J. xLUaUeya large advertuanaeat ia
teaay'e Jocbxai. tella aU abeat a big aula
a yoa gat tha
it will aa to your interest
to eall aad make pareaasss while yoa
Tha democrats of tka dty are
all preaararioa peaahietor thaeatar-
of tha etate coaveatioa which
Tuesday of next week. Com
mitter for reeeptioa, muaic, decoration,
ate, hava beea aalactad aad all are work
ing! to mare tha day a greet avast ia
Colambua The iemocratic caaaty
veatkm will be heki
nooa, tha jadiafal coaveatioa Tuesday
morning; aad tha etate coaveatioa Taee
day eveeing. Several handred people
will attend the etate
crowd Taaaday evening at tha depot.
They had coma to pay their reepacta to
him aa ha peaasd through the dty oa hia
way to Saa Fraadaeo. Whaa ha waa
first recognized through tha car window
by J. B. Meagher, who had known aim
thirty years sgo, a cheer waa givaa and a
call made for a speech, wkiah ha ree
poaded to in a few comphmeatary worde
in regard to the coantry. Geaeral Mflea
ia a candidate for commander in chief of
the National G. A. B. which ia now in
esssion in San Franciaco, and hie frieade
are urging hie candidacy before tha dem
ocratic convention for president of tka
Mrs. J. N. Kilian and daughter
Eunice and eone Lao and Alfonae arrived
here Friday from the Philippine Ti"H
and remained until Monday vkatiag
Mm kalian's akaer Mm C. C. Sheldon,
going from here to Blair to make their
home for the present. Captain Kilian of
the U. S. army ia stationed at Bo Bo,
Panay Island, and will remain for one
year longer. Mr. Kilian aad family left
here over a year ago for that coaatry.
Mm Kiliaa waa not at all plaaasd with
the piaca. She returns in order to place
the children in school, tke advaatagee
tkere being very meagre for educational
Prof. L H. Britoll baa beea spending
maay daya ia the coantry tkia eammer
botanizing with tha eeaior class of the
High echooL Tha crowd etart out ia
the aftarnoona, fnmiehing their own
vehicles, and take with them their
luachea for an evening meal which they
enjoy ia true picaie faakina. Botaay ia
not one of tke subjecte taagat by Prof.
Britell, but be ia taking theee excuratcae
with the daaa for hia own pleasure and
in order to help them eecure the fifty
sped mean which ia required from each
pupil in the High school coaraa. The
class have now made trips in nearly every
direction out of town. Prof. Britell haa
a collection of 400 nowers,.all from thia
vicinity, and nearly all of which are wild
Hovers. This ia the largeet herbarium
owned in the dty.
H. H. Huntemann, who with hia fam
ily moved laat winter to Cordova, Md,
arrived in the dty Friday to spend a
few daya with old friends. Mr. H. ia
accompanied by H. Baden hoop who ia a
member of the state board of immigra
tion of Maryland, aad tka two are mak
ing; a trip through tha states of JTwaaaa,
Nebraska and South Dakota to interest
farmers in Ianda of that state. Tha
object ia to better the condition of farms
there by introducing up-to-date machin
ery and enterprise, which can be found
in theee western states. Mr. Hantemaaa
ia well plesaad with hia location andaaya
ha would not think of returning-. Hia
family were at first a little homesick for
Nebraska but are now aa delighted with
tka coantry aa himeelf. The abundance
of fruit and the convenience of being
near the large market centers are among
the attractione. It ia certainly a new
experience to the westerner to be sought
for from the easterners.
H. J. Alexander returned Saturday
from a visit to zaUtivee in the seat,
where he haa been sine July IA Hie
mother, who ia 84 yeare old, ia ia feeble
health and it waa to aaa her that Mr.
Alexander made tke trip. In St. Lew
sane county, New York, where Ida
brother and mother reside, Mr. Alexan
der says 96,000 milch cows furnish prac
tically the entire living: of the inhabi
taata. The county ia given over to the
dairy industry and one-tenth of the
cheese ia the etate of New York iamada
ia that coanty. The great lakaa are a
meana of much transportation aad pleas
ure excaraiona, a ride on lake Erie from
Detroit to Cleveland costing only 25
ceata, which ia the regular fare. Mr.
Alexander saye the beat corn along hia
retarn route waa aaea after ha left Cedar
Baaaaa, Iowa, and he thinks Nebraska ia
tha beat of all in which to make a living.
Bev. Peter Solyman, D. D., aa Arme-
who is in ATaerica for the purpose
of placing orphan christian children in
homaa in thia country, gave addresses
both morning aad evening: at tha Meth
odiat church, Sunday. Tha condition of
tha natives who kave taraed from the
Mnhaaiewden reiigioa'to the cariatiaa,
at iadeed pitifal, aa described by Rev.
Salyaaaa, aad he pleede with Americana
to help them in their diet rasa, not in
giving moaey bat in taking a etaad aa a
government agaiest tha Turkish rale.
Ia tha Saaday achool aad ia tha evening
kia talks were more ia zaferaaca to tha
of tha coaatry. Bev. Selymaa
a little over oaa year. After
tha leetare ia the atorning $130 waa aub
aarihad by the coagiagatioa to tha regu
lar rnaaaaaary faada. Mas Hattie Baa
of David City, who ia tha gueet of Misa
Hedwig Schapbach, gave "Nearer My
iTbes"ia the sign liagaage at tke
of tha B-oraiag amiiua. Tha
aiade by Mies Bea aa aha
tha lips of enters who aaag the
hyma, aad tha andieaco ware greatly
by her beautiful
laranaa aad aa yoa gat taa goaaa
th Oaaaha, tha ear- af the aaag. Mies Baa graduated from
d asvaraT thoaaaad taw aham aaaaai for tha deaf at Omaha
re. Thar ia aame thai aprias: aad wiU coatuae asr aaaaa-
taa power ae far aa torn aa a government college at Waah-
in their season, and the many
other neceaaary articles which
make a first-class grocery
store, will be found : : at
HENRY RA6ATZ ft GO.
I NCwl STORE awCw4MalS, Rlwf3Skla) 13th Stbcet. 2
Your Summer 6oat
Yes linen, crash or pongee,
will be found just right for
the purpose. AUGUST
of Coats will give you the
Our Pattern Department
is stocked with suggestions
for Accordion Plaited, Shir
red and Smocked Garments.
When vou come in. buv the
The DealfRar far ftuiuat
10 cents a copy, 80 cents year.
J. H. GALLEY, Agent.
New and advanced tall styles in the
new, white, Shampainie, Squirrel and
Silver Gray Shades, just arrived from
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than forty head of young horses, all broke
and ready to work as farm horses, roadsters,
saddlers, and single drivers, weighing from
1,000 to 1,500 pounds.
Cm ail See Oar
I Ornate Oniec Ojera Hone.
DR J- E. PAUL,
Ntewotear block, corner 13th aad Olive
treeU, Colombo, Nebr.
tered far pain
I less extractiee
Bandcace Telephone L dl.
OBra Telephone A 4.
a data fornitnre aad Sxtnra. Ton- a
a nriatactiataactb chain who ar a
B warm to gire aaCurfactioa. Hair a
4 Cat. ShaaiDon. Shae. Bath or a
W aboaa aaiaad all ia the late .nrnt -
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PATBDM AfiE SOLICITED. a
i Haaa yoa seea the Tnnison atlas we
ara caYariaff oar sabaeribers? Asktasse
eaa aad yoa will aaeoaTiaeed that yoa
aeedit ia yoex BoaM. Oalr0 pays
t. . a
We are now ready $
to supply the market
with good Horses for
general purposes. More
Stock Before Buying.
Do yoa appreciate i good cap of
coffee? Drink gold medal. E. B. Loa
doa & Bro.
ii Milium mm nun'
On iloor -wwt of
Halut i: Axiaina.
Hannc parciuutni th C. K. Ho
hen Ux:lc of Drnr. Wall Payr.
Painii.JiIs.tc.. at .i rnc rwlnc
tion w are mafaiuj-HimeTPtT low
prices. Call nml - n.
At 30 to tO per cent, discount.
Cress Sab ia Teas
All presenptiona crirefiilly
compoundtil by an expir
iencwl registered pharmacist
I MalsVs PHariiiaca,
LOUIS SCHEEIBEE, Jr.,
inn mi 1 1 ii mi i ii linn
BOOM AND BOARD
At reasonable rates at Grand
Pacific Hotel, Tenth Street. '
ERNST ak BROCK.
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