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THE OMAHA DAILY HEE: HATUIIDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1902.
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We bought from the Princess Waiat
Co., 75 dozn women's high-grade waists
at 50c on the dollar, They are made of
the finest French Flannels, Secilliona and
Vesting?, slot eeains and ping pong
effects. Not a waist in this lot worth
kss than $3 and up to $5. Don't miss
this opportunity to get a waist for less
than what the material -j
would cost you. I II
Your choice Saturday.
Great Bargains in
Oar Fur Department
Stylish Cluster Scarfs, in American or Siberian marten,
brook mink and other stylish furs, long husky QA
Girls' 3-4 Monte
Special 85 Girls' j Monte Carlo Coats,
made of all wool Kersey and Zibelinea in
all shades, some have cape collars, trim
med all around with velvet piping,
others with inlaid velvet collars and
cuffs and pleated back. Gar
ments worth $7.50 and $8.50.
Scarfs Sable Fox Scarfs Single,
Choice prime skins, A t7 finest quality, 2 largeQ TZ5L
6 tails mZfJ tails.every where $15 V I J
Stylish Long Fur Boa Double Fox Scarfs, eable or
American marten, C OaTl Isabella blend, 2 f Q 7ZZ
.JmZTJ Lira tails. 25val. A J Ji
long, large tails...
arge tails, 25 val.
Special 50 Girls' J-length coats, made
of fine all wool Kersey, has cape collar
with inlaid stitched velvet, new sleeve
with cuff, some trimmed with satin pin
ing others with cording.
worth $10. Saturday,
Some Specials for
MEN'S CLOTH CATS In the latest shape yachts and 7r
Brighton; raps that are worth 75c and $1; Saturday, 75c and..
BOYS' CLOTH CAPS Made of fine Kerseys and Caeslmeres, in late
shape yacht, golf and Brlghtons, thay are exceptional JT
values, 45c, 35c, 25c and TJC
OUR SHOWING OF Ft'R CAPS, including genuine seals Is the most
extensive In the city, and our prices are far below those of the fur
dealers. Our prices for genuine seals are "5 Cf
19.00, $7.60, $4.25 and nJiJV
SPECIAL MENTION TO GIRLS AND SMALL BOYS Saturday we will
place on special sale CO dosen Camels hair Tarn O'Sbanters;
the regular 75c quality for
EXTRA HEAVY WOVE FLEECED UNDERWEAR in natural and
Camel hair color, regular 60c value, O J"
at, per garment OOC
HEAVY 3-4 LAMB'S WOOL In natural, tan and brown, an excellent
garment for wear; best value ever shown. Regular $1.00
value at '
GOOD QUALITY HEAVY MERINO UNDERWEAR in Camel hair aud
natural color; best Australian wool and Egyptian cotton mixture;
strictly nonshrinkable, would be a good value at $1.60; f ((
at, per garment lJJ
EXTRA HEAVY CAMEL HAIR, double-breasted, strictly j 'jp
all wool; regular $1.76 weight ItawO
EXTRA FINE QUALITY FALL FASHIONED FRENCH MERINO UNI
DERWEAR (medium weight), blue, gray, color, best satin facings,
covered seams and pearl buttons; regular $2.00 i AC
value, at LIU
Women's Sample Hats
$8.00, $10.00 and $12.00 SAMPLE HATS FOR $3.00
Saturday we will place on sale 100 Smple Hats that were bought from a leading
manufacturer at 25c on the dollar.
TIIKYAKE POSITIVELY J ff
18.00, $10.00 and $12.00 VALUES FOR JaUU
Great Clearing Sale
in our Women's Dep't,
tL -f-fl j tc Z "7 e are determined to Bell all our
jaiul UdJ women's Jackets and Furs bofore
January 1st., and Saturday we will offer you the greatest
Jacket values that was ever heard of in this city. These are
all new garments, manufactured by the best makers in the
Women's $10 and $12 Jackets. Saturday $7.50
AROT-T 2.v WOMEN'S JACKETS Made of fine cheviots and kerssys In till
shades, some 21-Inch long, made with new slot seams, new hack and new
sleeves others 27-inch box coats made of the finest materials lined with guar-
nuif-c-u rn.ni iiiiiiiK-. mi mm eeaFon s new up-m-aae garments saw
and positively worth Jln.nn and f 12X) all on one table "
A e v-
TAKE YOL'K CHOICE SATURDAY
Women's $15 and $16.75 Coats, Saturday $10
This 1 positively the best lot of garments ever offered for the money they are
all made of the very finest materials In box, 3-4 length and 27-Inch Mont
C arlo Htylo. nil Kkinrnr Mtin hnod garments that have suld
a 11 V "J CI A 7". i.n4 t a ?' ii - .li..
- oj. .-, v i. i nun f ii. I M ii l Hi (ill lit, II Itj
TAKE YtH'K t'HOK'K 8ATI' RDA Y
All our hlsh arade novelties in 27-Inch and 3-4 length Monte Carlo coats, havt
been reduced from Jo.m to tm.m on every garment.
Men's Furnishing Goods
MUFFLERS. SILK SQUARE 8 Large, size cashmere mixed mufflers,
fancy striped and plain, solid colors, A f"
45c.3.c and 4DC
GOOD QUALITY black, white and fancy figured and plaid tZC
mufflers, GOc. 75c, 11.00, up to absOVJ
LARGE VARIETY OF FANCY COLORED SILK OXFORDS, heavy
pleated effect, with largo flowing ends, beautiful patterns r
to select from, each jUC
WAY MUFFLERS Solid colorder Jersey ribbed mufflers f"
ln black and blue JmDC
Flno quality ribbed casmere mufflers, sold and fancy -j f
striped, at JjC
Heavy silk and wool mixed mufflers; beautiful light and
fancy colors, at , OOC
Best quality heavy mercerized basket weave mufflers, A f
all colors, at 4 jC
ui!iiisiiiuii!.iJii.iiiiiwii'wmgum m. .i-pum my. ., mjii i in ih.i.iwim m
GOLF GLOVES for men and women, beautiful line of plain and fancy
styles, best values we have ever before shown, C
45c, 35c and.
KID GLOVES and Mitts; silk and fleece lined mitts and gloves for
men and women, all qualities and colors, with plain or
fur trimmed wrists, pair, 60c, 75c, $1.00, up to
FUR GLOVES Boys' long-wrlsted guaranteed fur gloves and mitts
with calf and buck palms, 35c, 45c and 60c. Boys' fins quality fleece
and silk lined gloves for school wear, 46c, 75c and $1.00. Moys' heavy
yarn mltta and gloves, solid and fancy colors,
all sises, 50c, 35c and
TRAFFIC ALLIANCE STANDS
Agreement for Through Service of Milwau
kee Over Union Paoifio Complete.
EARLING GETS EVERY CONCESSION ASKED
Wecares Facilities Eqaal to Those En
Joyed by Northwestern and Will
Start Through Trains
First of Year.
"The traffic alliance between the Union
Pacific and the Chicago, Milwaukee t.
Paul whereby our road secures the same
facilities for through service to the Pacific
coast as the Northwestern, Is consummated,
approved in every detail and will go into
effect January 1," said F. A. Nash, general
vestern agent of the Milwaukee, who has
lust returned from Salt Lake City, where
officials of the Union Pacific, Milwaukee,
Southern faclflo and the Oregon Short lino
net and perfected this important agree
ment tentatively entered into in October.
"We will begin running our trains to the
coast over the Union Paclflo the first of the
year without fall," said Mr. Nash, "and
vlll continue the service without Interrup
tion under this compact."
Mr. Nash was shown a story printed in a
Chicago paper to the effect that this traffic
alliance waa in peril, owing to the failure
of the two roads to agree on the essential
details of the train service, and that the
alliance was therefore in danger of being
abrogated. The story went on to say that
the Milwaukee had demanded a through
train Just the same aa the Northwestern
has In Its "Overland Limited," and that
after tentatively agreeing to this the Union
Pacific later receded from its position and
wanted to compromise the matter by al
lowing the Milwaukee merely through cars,
one to Denver, one to San Francisco and
one to Portland, whereupon the Milwaukee
announced that if It was not given the con
cession it demanded it would make trouble
for the Harrlman road. The story Inti
mated that this trouble meant that the Mil
waukee would proceed to carry out Its
threat of building a line of Its own to the
coast or effecting a traffic alliance with
some other road. (
"That Is a fake, pure and simple," em
phatically declared Mr. Nash. "There is
not the least truth la that story. I was
at the meeting In Salt Lake and can speak
with absolute precision in saying that every
detail, from the minutest to the most es
sential, was perfected and the agreement
mutually accepted and commended. The
matter la entirely complete, and all that
now remains to be done is for the Milwau
kee to begin running its trains."
Mr. Nash frankly dlxclosed what will be
of moat general Interest when he said:
"We got every concession we asked for."
At the meeting In Salt Lake at which this
agreement was finally perfected were these
officials: . j
President Burt, Superintendent Bucking- I
ham, Assistant General Passenger Agent
Fort of the Union Pacific; J. C. Stubbs.
traflto director of the Harrlman lines; Vies .
President Crutchscbnitt and Trafilc Man- j
ager McCormlck of the Southern Pacific; '
President Earllng, Vice President Bird.
General Manager Williams and General
Paasenger Agent Miller of the Milwaukee
and officials from the Oregon Short line.
President Burt and his associates are not
expected back for several days.
Exrlualve Mall Trains.
The Union Pacific will, according to a
report which is said to have emanated from
reliable aources, create exclusive fast mall
trains out of Nos. 101 and 102, whlcb aro
now fast mall and passeuger trains com
bined. The passenger loaches are to be
dropped, according to the report, and the
trains run with Just enough cara as ac
tually will be required to haul the United
States mall, as waa done some years ago.
Whether this chsnge, If It goes Into ef
fect, will bring about any further innova
tions In train service is not known. Not fa
lug can be learned at headquarters to wsr
rant tha statement that It will. It la un
derstood that at tbU season of year the
Union Pacific, like all other roads, csu ac
commodate Its passenger traffic with even
less trsln service than it is running and,
this being the caae, tha curtailment of
these pasaenger coaches will have no ma
terial effect upon the passenger service. It
Is reported that this innovation la to be
come effective Sunday, but this Is not cer
tain. Railway Holes and Personals.
J. P. Barrett, traveling passenger agent
of the Missouri Pacific, at Concordia, Kan.,
Is making the rounds In Omaha.
J. O. Phllllppl of the Missouri Pacific has
returned from an official trip to Chicago.
E Ij. Iximnx, general passenger agent of
the Missouri Pacific, was at his office yes
terday after a serious period ot illness. He
was at his desk Thursday for the 11 ret time
since his sickness, and is able to continue
with his duties today.
General Manager Wallace of the Illinois
Central, and wife, were in Onvaha a few
hours Thursday night, having come out
from Chicago on a special to meet one of
Mi. Wallace's brothers, who came in from
the west. The party returned to Chicago
-C. A. Vermillion, for many years chief
train dispatcher for the Missouri Pacific
at Omaha, yesterday aseumed his new po
sition as superintendent for that road of its
western division at Atchleon, Kan., taking
the place of K. U. Man, who lias left the
All the lines converging In Omasa have
announced their midwinter or holiday ex
cursion rates. Tickets will be on sale for
a fare of one and one-third from points
within a Radius of 200 miles ot selling points
December 24 26, 81 and January 1, and the
leturn limit la placed at January 2.
The Children's Favorite.
One of the greatest difficulties encoun
tered when children are 111 Is the objection
they have to taking medicine. The remedy
must be pleasant or the patience of the par
ent is exhausted before it Is successfully
administered. Mr. G. O. Wagner of Spring
Grove, Pa., overcomes this annoyance by
using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. He
says his little boy always asks for it when
ever he catches cold. This remedy has be
come the children's favorite, as It is pleas
ant to takfr and it always cures and cures
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Fair Today, bnt Colder In Most Parts,
and Snow In Some To
morrow, WASHINGTON, Dec. 6. Forecast:
For Nebraska Fair Saturday, colder In
south portion; Sunday, increasing cloudi
ness with snow In west portion.
For Iowa Fair and colder Saturday; Sun
For Illinois Fair Saturday, except snow
and colder In north portion; Sunday fair;
fresh northwest winds.
t'or Missouri Fair Saturday, colder In
northwest portion; Sunday fair.
For Montana Snow Saturday and Sun
day. For North and South Dakota Fair Sat
urday and Sunday, except snow Sunday in
For Kansas Fair and colder Saturday;
Sunday, Increasing cloudiness and probably
For Wyoming Fair Saturday, except
probably snow, colder In south portion;
For Colorado Snow and colder Saturday)
Sunday fair, except probably snow In east
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU,
OMAHA. Dec. 6. Official record of tem
perature and preelpltution compared with
day of the last, three
1'."!. 1901. 1900. 1S99.
M 40 42 45
. 15 2X 28 16
? 34 36 30
UO .2U .00 .00
Hecora or tmuwruiure ana precipitation
at Omaha for thL day and since jfarch 1,
Normal temperature 31
Deficiency for the day
Ti'tal exct- since March 1 VI
Normal precipitation 4 inch
Deficiency for the dav 04 Inch
Total rainfall since March 1 27. 89 Inches
Deficiency since March 1 1.61 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period 1W1.... 6.117 Inches
Excess for cor. period. 1X 42 Inch
Reports front Stations at T F. M.
CONDITION OF TUB
Wt. ATI it; It.
35 1 1
North 1'latte. part cloudy.
Cheyenne, part cloudy
Ball Iake City, cloudy
Hapld City, cloudy
Ht. louls, clear
HI. Paul, snowing
Davrnport, part cloudy....
Kansus City, clear
iKj 2 1
T Indicates trace ot precipitation.
lndlcutes srro or below sero.
U A. WELSH.
Local Forecast Official.
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Proposed Amendment to City Charter Be
garding Payment of Taxes.
CORPORATIONS HAVE ADVANTAGE NOW
Plan is to Require Payment of Taxes
for the Fall Year in January,
Instead of la Two Installments.
While no effort has been made eo far by
the city officials toward an amendment to
the charter. It is understood that before
long the city attorney will be requested to
go over certain sections with the city
treasurer with a view to remedying the
condition which now presents itself. At
the present time taxpayer are permitted
to pay taxes In two Installments. , One pay
ment is due on January 1, while the other
falls due at the end of June. This arrange
ment was Intended to assist those buying
homes who could not afford to pay the tax
all at once. Instead ot working the way
It was intended the working class of people
pay the tax at once, while the corporations
hold back and take advantage of the allow
ance of time given by law. The result Is
that the city has to pay Interest on war
rants which It might take up, providing the
heavy taxpayer came in with their money
before the end of the year.
A repeal of this section of the charter I
advocated, a the result show that there
I little or no benefit to the house owner,
while the corporation aave their money
until the last day and pay only In time to
escape the usual penalty prescribed by law.
No one seem to know Just why this sec
tion was Included In the charter, and Its
early repeal 1 wished for by the city offi
cials, as it make a great deal of extra work
In keeping account. 1
Hammond Pays First.
Of all of the big corporation the Ham
mond company wa the first to pay Its 1902
taxes. The payment wa made yesterday by
check from headquarters at Hammond, Ind.
The amount paid was $3,000. This Is the
tax In full.
City Treasurer Howe said last night that
If the corporations would follow the ex
ample of the Hammond company and pay
the full amount on the first Installment
It would decrease the Interest payable by
the city to a considerable amount. The
money paid In at this time, Mr. Howe said,
can be used to good advantage by taking
up warrants and thus shutting off Interest.
Police Are Amneed,
The police are amused at the story told
by Joe Weiss and Ernest Gum about their
plan to hold up a storekeeper and then go
to a point under the Q street viaduct and
"stick up" the first fellow that came along.
Weiss is 20 years of age, while his pal
Gum has not reached IS yet. Captain
Troutan thinks that a real good spanking
would be about what the youngsters de
serve. The Impression Is that they have
been reading aoms of the old-time Dead
wood Dick stories and decided to take the
road right here.
Witnesses Are Wanted.
Deputy Sheriff Roach was In the city yes
terday afternoon serving subpoenas on wit
nesses wanted In the case of A. V. Miller,
who is to be tried on Monday next oeiore
Judge Baxter for alleged frauds In con
nection with hi official career a a mem
ber of the Board of Education. All wit
nesses are required to report nt the court
house at t:S0 o'clock Monday morning.
Overcoat Thieves Released.
The six suspects, arrested by the police
oo suspicion of having been implicated in a
number of overcoat robberies, were brought
before Judge King yesterday afternoon and
were turned loose,, as the police could not
produce evidence enough to convict. The
detective force will keep at this work, how
ever. In an endesvor to land the guilty par
ties. Special officers In cltitens' clothe
will be detailed to watch the Excbanse
building and the hotels, as the mayor and
the chief of police propose to put a stop to
Old Newspaper Man Qelts.
Yesterdsy afternoon Denna Alberrv. for
years prominent In the newspaper business
In South Omaha, quit the business bv sell
ing all of his stock In the Times Publtshtn
company. A notice to this effect was pub
lished Id the times of last night. Mr. Al
berry will. It Is understood, soon engage In
business here again. He formerly ownsd
the Drovers Journal and It la reported that
6t SCHL SS,
before long he will start a livestock mar
ket paper to compete with the present
City Authorities Object.
City officials are complaining about the
heating apparatus at the city building. This
is an old story. Yesterday afternoon the
fireman left his post and remained away
for a number of hours. The steam was al
lowed to run down and the city offices and
the armory were cold. The prisoners in
the Jail complained about the cold, but
nothing could be done, as the fireman could
not be found, although attempts were made
by the police to locate him.
Beneficiary Society Dissolves.
The North Star Beneficiary society has
decided to quit business on account ot
trouble between the members. At the start
the society had seventy-five members, but
now It has only twenty-five. It is the un
derstanding that those left will meet on
December It and settle up affairs. Any
claims against the society must be pre
sented to J. A. Nelson, secretary, before the
Maa;ie City Gossip.
The Rebkahs ftave a social at Odd Fel
lows' hall last night.
John Flynn is confined to his homo with
a severe attack of rheumatism.
Patrick Howley has (tone south In hopes
that a change of cllmato muy benefit tils
John Dale will speak to men at the
Young Men's Christian association Sunday
Dr. W. 8. "White Is hilled to speak to boys
at the Young Men's Christian useoclatlon at
2:80 o'clock Sunday afternoon.
Hlchard O'Keerre, county commissioner
from this district, ' has gone to Excelsior
Springs, Mo., for a two weeks' stay.
Magic City lodge No. o. Fraternal I'nlon
of America, will hold its annual election
tonight. All members are requested to be
The remains of Kdith Bradbury will be
brought from St. Joseph, Mo., today and
will be Interred at Laurel Hill cemetery on
Fred 8. Goodman, one of the secretaries
of the International committee of the Young
Men's Christian association, will he enter
tained by the local association this even
ing. There will be a banquet at t:3 o'clock
and an address by Mr. Goodman will fol
low. SNOWSLIDE KILLS MINERS
Meaa-er Report of Catastrophe
Which Occnrs In the Mouu
talas of Oregon.
BAKER CITY. Ore.. Dec. 6. A meager
report ha Just reached this city ot an
Immense snowsllde which occurred at
Connucopls last night.
No details are obtainable save that two
miner were killed and an immense amount
ot damage done.
GOULD ASKS FOR INJUNCTION
Seeka to Bestrain Others from Voting Hit
Stock Next Wednesday.
FUEL AND IRON FIGHT IS CONTINUED
Has nought Many Shares WKhont
Knowing Names of Sellers, Some ot
Which May Not Have Iters
DENVER, Colo., Dec. 5. The Times says:
It la understood that George Gould will In
the next few day apply for an injunction to
restrain people from voting stock at the
Colorado Fuel and Iron company next
Wednesday which Is In their names, but
which in reality belong to. him. The In
junction will be applied for In New York.
It Is understood that Gould has bought
considerable quantities ot Fuel and Iron
stock through brokers and has been unable
to find out who the former owners were.
I'nless it was transferred before the clos
ing ot the books Gould cannot vote this
stock. On the contrary, if it Is In the uame
of the former owner on the transfer book
there is a possibility of It being voted
even though the party Is not the real
owner. This Is what be seeks to prevent.
Don't Cosil AM Sim,
Restful sleep follows us of Dr. King's
New Dlecovery, the best lung cure In the
world No cure, no pay. 50c, 11.00. Fot
sale by Kuhn & Co.
People cannot help worrying when
their nervei are weak. That feeling of
languor, dullness slid exhaustion is
the tearful condition which ohes pre
cedes inaanity. The power to work or
study diminishes ami despondency de
presses the miud night and day.
If you sre suffering the tortures of
Nervous Debility, there is no knowing
how soon you may decline to something
more horrihle. But you can get welt
The yoothful strength, buoyancy snd
happtnesscaa be restored by the use of
They hare cured thousands, snd w
have so much confidence In them thst
we give an Iron clad guarantee with a
$j 00 order.
Rent snvwherr In plain package. 11.00
per box, i boxes for a00. Book free.
For aale by atunn Jo.. Omaha.
Dillon Drus (Mors, South mena
Davis Drug Co.. Council Bluffs. la.
SAGE GETS TITLE TO LAND
Wins Case Becanse lie Has Been In
Peaceable Possession More
Than Fifteen Years.
BT. PAVL, Minn.. Dec. 5. Russell Sage
has finally prevailed iu one of hla manv
actions brought to recover lands which
came into his possession as assignee of the
land grant of the Hastings ft'Dakota rail
road In Minnesota.
In this case, wherein George C. Glover Is
trying to wrest a Swift county quarter from
the financier, Eage wins, because, while
several people have been located on the
land and have cultivated it at different
times, none ever before ssterted title to it.
but conceded that it belonged to the rail
gage now retain, the land by vlrture ot
having been In possession more than fif
The decision reverses the order of the
Bwltt county district court. Many thou-
In nil DISLAES
12 years )f suae
ccaaful practlao Is
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smwalr as laroar. Na "BKKAKINO OUT' ml
Us - - an tka sals ar Uaa. Traataual aaatalas
sa lumoai trass ar InJMtsiw BMelalaae.
lTf ray liril (rem Btcaaase ar Vienna TO
IltAIV MLlI KKKVotS I'CBIUTY OH IX
II ACS 1 ION, WASl'lNU WIAKNMs, Vila BARLI
UK AT la TOUNH as UiUULM AOD; teak mt vtaa,
leaf as 4 strains, Ua art issyslra a4 vaaa.
torn tsliisss. . . .
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tack, buralss trlaa, rrlaas af VrtAaUas. Ona
E7s Celarse; ar nk ssllkf ssslavsM sa swats
(.saltation Kres. Treatsnent y Mala.
Call or a 4 r ess. 11 . 11 at.
OR- SEARLES & SEARLES. SiSA
sands of acre have been Involved In the
Bllssard la Ike Catskllls
CAT8KIIX, N. T
night. The wind Is blowing a slaty-mile
gale and traffic 1 delayed
o. a psu uiisaiu
Catsklll mountain region last
l-Jacksonville, Fia. St0
1 Tr-omisvllls. Kla 4 "
l-New Orleans. La
1-Vlrksburg, Miss S 00
I Hammond. La U 00
1-Dayiona. Fla M 10
1-Palm Beach, Fla 71 W
1-Havana. Cuba 104. 70
1 Jackson. Miss 2&.00
I ot. Augucilns. Fla se.40
t-Mt. Clements, Mich..., IM.10
H French Uck springs, Ind W.H
-Chlcago. Ill 414.71
AUUVai MA I KS ARB FOR ROUND
TRIP TICKETS FROM
Column tl)-Tlcki oa sale tUUyj
reiuiu limit June L 1VUL
Column iicaveta wn saie daily;
iciuiu .iniil su uays.
Column u licAota on sale Nov. Ju,
Dec i ana ; rturn unut Dec .
ftounu trip tiCASia uu sale to nearly
all puiuie .u toe eouib aau aouuteast,
t)Uio'ra aiiuwsa uuin suing aiui re.
Attention Is called to the 'Dixie
Fler, a ihrougn train via Naauviila,
cnAltanooga, lookout Mountain, At
lanta ana iuacon, to jaojutunvuie. Fia.
Momeakrs tickets, at rate of one
fare, plus uu, on ie Hrsi and third
1 uesuays 01 tutcn month, to points In
Tennessee, Kentucky, MisaiMlppi,
Louisiana, Oeorgia. Alabama, etc
Corisspoaaence invituu ana Informa
tion cheerfully givn. Get copy of
beautiful Illustrated booklet, covering
points of Interest in the suiiay skUUu
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