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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1906)
THK OMAHA DAILY RKK: Sl'XDAV. MAV 1.".. l!Mo.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA
Office, 10 Pearl
Clark sodas. , ,
Davis sells drugs
ttockert seltt carpets.
Ed Rogers' Tony Faust brtr.
Plumbing ard homing. Hlxby Son.
Woodrtng Undertaking company. Tel. 3.1$
Lewia Cutler, funeral director. Phone 87
A man wsntcd o drive. I. Mucci. 1X
Diamonds a an Investment. Talk to
Leffert about It
Nothing Ilk Clark sodas to satisfy
that tlrd feeling.
Price and Ice-saving rcrrigeiators al 1.
W. Kellers. 101 South Main.
riain Ice cream, '.c a brick. I. Mucci.
Tka Ira CrHm Man. Tel. 34.
Buy your cigar band for decoration wotk
at Alexander a art stole, Z'M Broadway.
For Imported wines, liquors and cham
pagne. L. Hosenfeld company, 519 Main Hi.
Summer aclioui Weatarn lowa college.
May, June, Jul)', August. New iics on
WantedAll K. O. T. M a to bring their
aba fr repair la tfiila Loseth at U
t r "t mortgage on real estate
ffr JFale. . Absolut aecurlty. Clifton
Nk? "v. company.
sn rTwf theiq removed without r in at
Graves', 105 Pearl St.
Moving? va'ta and wsgins; lurnlture stored.
Nesbitt a Transfer and Storage. Tel. w.
Ufflct S31 Weak- Broadway.
If you need a sewing machine., bicycle
r bhnnngrtph, call on 8. V. Williamson,
17 8. Main St., or 'phone red 1I5T.
Counselor, funning and allnt; Com
forters, trow and tried, are Maloney s ci
gars In time of trntihle and when you are
tired j 3fl IVarl street.
June brides- will asve money and lime hv
taking advantage of our annual summer
of muslin underwear now in progress.
The John Beno company.
For sal. Will sacrifice on my flne
piano. Payments If desired. Can he seen
at Bchmoller 4k Mueller a, 602 Broadway,
Council Bluffa. la.
Velvet Ice, cream mad at Purify Csndy
Kitchen. Delivered for S5 cents a quart.
Try soma for your Sunday desert, you will
find a delicious repast.
Do not sail your old Iron, copper, brans
and eld rubbers hefor you see ui. Wa pay
$ per ton for No. 1 machinery iron. J.
K'AUIeman. ttt 8. Main. Tel. 660.
W have the flneat Una of sample monu
ments) to select f row lit tlie west. Bheely
Lan Marbl and Granite Works, 217
East Broadway, Council Bluffa. la.
Buy your hammooV early nd get a full
season's use of it. We have them from
Tftc to $ each. See them at our store.
Paddock Handachy Hardware company.
Twenty untagged dogs which had not
been claimed by their owners wera shut
yesterday br PoUndmaster Burke, under
the supervision of Deputy City Marshal
Covalt's Manawa band will give a concert
this afternoon In Falrmount park, the oc
casion being the formal opening of the
pleasure resort. The concert will be from
J.fKt to C o'clock.
We have a large bunch of carpet, linoleum
and matting remnants that wa will sell at
any price to get rid of them. Alt good
stock, but we want them out of our way
Stockert Carpet Co.
Oliver Grant Osborne and Marguerite
Holmes, both of Omaha, were married in
thla city yesterday noon by Rev. W. B.
fleminer, paator of the First Christian
church, at his home.
Dr. Luella Desn, who has been absent
from the city while engaged in special
study of diseases of women, has returned
and resumed her practice. Office, room 1,
Brown Bid. Tel. .
Everything In white for June graduates;
maney exclusive Imported Innovations in
gloves, hosiery, fana, dresa fabrics, millin
ery, neckwear, beautiful Swiss and linen
robes. The John Beno company.
R. H. Bloomer of this city and A. O,
Webber of Atlantic, la., have under con
sideration a proposition to establish a plant
in this city for the manufacture of ice. It
was stated : yesterday that the prospects
for the new Industry were most promising.
Tom O'Brien, charged with obtaining two
braes water valves valued at $13 from Blxby
at Son on the pretense that they were for
the Illinois Centra) railroad, with which
O'Brien was formerly employed, escaped
with a thirty-day jail sentence yeaterday.
O'Brien pleaded that he was under the in
fluence of liquor when be secured the na
tures. Tha Woman's Christian Temperance union
has on exhibition In the window of the John
Beno company the gold and silver mednla
to be si van as prises to the winners in the
essay contest among the pupils of tho
eighth, seventh, and sixth grade of the
public schools. A $10 gold piece will be the
pris for the contest In the high school.
"Sclentlfio Temperance Instruction" is the
subject of tt essay contest.
The regular meeting of the Associated
Charities will be held Monday afternoon at
the Creche, at t o'clock. The board will
meet at the same place at 1:30 o'clock. The
meeting will be la the nature of a May day
reception and all who are Intereated In the
work of the association are Invited to vlalt
the Creche doling the afternoon or evening.
The Creche la badly in need of clothing
for boys from I to T years of age, bed
clothing, towels and kitchen utensils.
Add tone to your attire and ease to your
feelings by wearing one of our swell men's
fancy vests. $1 to $. Step In and see them.
The John Ben company.
The new dressmaking parlors have be
come vary popular and ara widely known
as the most satisfactory plact for the- mak
ing of fashionable gowns at a modsratt
price. The John Beno company.
Heal Ea Transfers. .
These transfers were reported to The
Bee, May It, by the Guaranty and Trust
company of Council Bluffs:
liouiaa R. Ick et al. to C. I..
Moorehouse, n1 nw4 iwV and
part rH n se'4 $-75-4.1. w. d $2.75.CO
Louisa K. Lock, guardian, tu C. I..
Moorehouse, . n'4 nw4 sw4 of lot
. and part S ne se4 8-76-4S,
Ixiuisa R. Lock to C. U Moorehouse,
si ao eW n14 l-TS-O. w. d
M. B. Fuller and husband to Fan
chlon Seller, lot 10, block a, In
Ravi las Palmer's add to Council
Bluffs, la., w. d
Iowa Towneita- company to Klla C.
human. Iota 6 and . block 14, in
McClelland, la., w. d
John M. Sylvester and wife and Ada
C. Brown to Blmer H. Sylvester,
wa ao of lot t. Auditor's sub, nw w
sw4, and lot I, Auditor's sub, swa
li, 2u-7e-l, q. c. d
Six transfers; total.
With the coming of the Ice man. slip
Into one of our II. 8. tt M. two or three
piece suits, and summer comfort Is yours,
and satisfaction, too, that styis walks with
you. Just ask; the John Beno company.
Just because It's hot. don't get hot under
the collar and haunt tha shady side of flit
treat. Takt the straw hat cure and keep
root and peaceful in mind. We've Just
Unpacked the best line of nobby straw hats,
ttat ara right In style and right In price.
The John Beno company.
I. Iran sea to wed were issued yesterday
ta tha following:
Kama and Residence. Age.
Lea Hlghley. St. Louis. Mo 34
Olive Henderson. 1oveland. la l
Oliver Grant Oabome. Omaha &
Marguerite Laretta Holmes. Fremont 22
T. T. McWllllams. Omaha
Nellie Case. Omaha
W. M. Rhoades. Council Bluffa
Isabella James. Council bluffs
Oeortra N. Hope. Sherman. Tex
Oertua Miller. Middleiowu. lnd
W. E. Sibley. Jr.. Freeport. Ill
Inea A. Carroll, Greeley, la
I haul dead animals. $1 uu per head.
Oarbage. ashes, manure and all rub
bish; clean taulta and ceaepoola. All
work dona la guaranteed.
Calls promptly attended to.
, J. N. SHCRLOCK
St. Tel. 43.
OBJECTS TO PAVING TAXES
Fortland Gold Mini"? loropauj it Em
No Fropertt in Iowa.
INCORPORATED UNthrt WYOMING LAWS
anaerer tn nl Filed h lonntt
illthfrnlit similar In Those nde
In I a sea Peetlnnsly nn
aecrPlary and treasurer, J. F. Crawford.
The Tortlsnd Mold Mjnlns; company filed 'Crawford c enotr Telephone company; del
wlth Conniv Audllor Cheyne vesterday a r""" lo N Interstate Telephone ss-r-roieei
aenlnst the assessment of Its stock- f'lllon mectlne; In Chicago in June. Fred
holders for !he I" lax. The protest In
many respects is similar to those filed
against the BS"ement for the years of lfol
to IT. Inclusive, suit for which Is now pend
ing In Hip district court
except thst the 1
protest rci lies that the company
personal or mixed, in the slate of Iowa, or '
Poiuwattamie county during the year
The statement that the company has not
had any properly In Iowa during Is
based on the fait that on December 8
last, the company reincorporated In the
stale of Wyoming and as n Wyoming cor
poration secured a certificate from the sec
retary of stale of Colorado to do business
In Colorado as a Wyoming corporation.
At the tlhie of fh ' refneorpora tlon In Wy
oming the stockholders surrendered their
stock in the Iowa corporation and were
given an equal share in the Wyoming
corporation In exchange.
Copies of the deed of sale from Ihe Iowa
to the Wyoming corporation, the deed of all
of its property from the Iowa lo the Wy
oming corporation and the certificate from
the Colorado secretary of state are now
on file In the office of Saunders A Stuart,
the company's local attorneys.
The dissolution of the Iowa corporation
and the reincorporation In Wyoming fol
lowed the (.Itempt of the authorities of
Pottawattamie county to assess the stock
holders for the taxes of 1901 to l!. Inclu
sive. Matters la District Caart.
The district court Jury in the suit of D. J.
Fogarty against W. H. Petrle of Osceola,
Clarke county, after being out since early
Friday afternoon brought in a verdict yes
terday morning finding for the defendant.
The suit was brought to recover $37 on a
fruit tree contract which the defendant re
pudiated. The Jury in thla case had the
distinction of dpdlcatlng the rpcently fitted
up dormitory on the third floor of the court
house and the members were enabled to
enjoy a good night's rest.
Willie Thomas, the youth who confessed
to the theft of two bicycles, was ordered
committed to the Industrial school at El
dora and will be taken there Monday.
' Judge Wheeler spent yesterday morning
making out the following aecond assign
ment of Jury cases, among which It will bs
noticed the Omaha Council Bluffs Street
Railway company appears as defendant in
four personal Injury damage suits;
Monday, May 14 State of Iowa against R.
Wednesday, May 16 William IirlnRer
against Theodora Stortenbecker; Franklin
P. Elder against C. C. Clifton et al., ap
peal. Thursday, May 17 Jacob 8teln against I,
Harding; Oeorge 8. Wright against Droge
Bros, et al.
Friday, May 18 1. O. Conslgny, county
treaaurer. against Ilogan Ouren; S. P. Bor
enson against Omaha Council Bluffa
Railway and Ittldge company.
Monday, May 21 Joseph Styles ag'aluat
Squire & Annls. special; tleorge W. Holph
against Peter H. Wind, special.
Tuesday, May Z2 w, s. Cooper against
Mary K. Street et al.
agalnat L. A. Casper; George W. Robsrds
et al. against Omaha ft Council Bluns
Railway and Bridge Company et al.
Thursday, May 24 Clnrk C. Cooper
against Omaha & Council Bluffs Street
Railway Company; C. Nlrkell against R. H.
Bloomer Manufacturing Company.
Friday, May HI V. L. Treynor against
Pottawattamie County. Iowa; ticorge Ri
bold agalnat R. H. Bloomer Manufacturing
Monday. Mar 28 Mayne Haielton
against Peter 11. Tlintn.
Thursday. May 31 D. J. Fogarty agalnat
Friday, June I Kimball Broa. Company
against Cltlsens Gas and Electric Company,
Monday, June 4 Droge Bros, against
Omaha A Council Bluffs Street Railway
Company; Fred Petersen against Kineat
Tuesday, June t Minneapolis Threshing
Machine Company against George I.. I.
ona et al.: J. W. Kannoyer et a I. against
Omaha Council Bluffa Street Railway
Wednesday, June 6 John Bloumqulst. ad
ministrator, against Cltlsens Gas and Elec
Thursday, June 7 John C. Brldgett
agalnat the Town Mutual Dwelling Mouae
Insurance Association of Iowa; N. A. Rain
bolt against J. R. Torhitt.
Friday. Juns -F. F. Everest against
Phillips A Cressey et al.
Monday, June 11 Henry Kltmnnn against
Albert Baumann: Henry Wahle agalnsi Al
Tuesday. June 12 Jennie Fleming against
Illinois Central Railroad Company, special ;
Imisa Reed aralnst A. A. Gains et al..
Tou ran rub shoulders with oil magnates
and steel kings with utmost assurance
that you look as "fit" as they If you wear
one of our H. 8. It M., two or three-piece
suits, baud-tailored, all wool and alright
In price; $14 to $25. The John Beno com
iirt Yonr Dinner Here Tuday.
New cucumbers, fresh tomatoes, aspar
agus, onions, lettuce and radishes, straw
berry short cake, ice cream and cake, home
made plea, tins meata. good pototoes, the
best coffee and cream and many other
good things. All these things will b
served for dimur today In the cleanest
and best restaurant In the city The
Vteuna, 414 Broadway.
20 per cent discount on Jardinieres this
week. W. A. Maurer.
We have a plant st 34 North Msln etreet
containing the best and moat modern ma
chinery and Itoma for weaving old carpets
into bright new ruga west of Chicago.
If you have an old worn out carpet in
vestigate thia way of getting something
out of It. 'Phone 514. Council Bluffa Car
pot Cleaning and Rug Mfg. Co., 14 North
Another big car of the latesi eastern
fada In the "driving wagon" line Just re
ceived, the latest designs In seats, neat
and nobby. Place your order now before
thev are all -token for. Remember the I
j place. Aak anyone, they will tell you
wnere an Krunt S buggy repository is.
If in tlie market for shingles give us .
trial. We have s large stock" of the Af-
ferent grades and our prb-es are always
as luw as a business house can handle
i CENTRAL FLOl'R $1,15
rw Theater f lesed.
Discovery that on of th wooden trueeei
In th roof was nesrly .rotted through
rsused Manager Charlea Bant her yester
day to close th New theater until the
structure can b placed In a safe condi
tion. Th discovery of Uis rottaa trust
Wednesday. May 23 Isabell Dersenii:46 o
w made by h contract"!-' who had Iippii
called upon tn make some minor repairs.
Tho ondi!liu of tiip truss was such Ihal
a 1-ollHpSP of the entlip roof might have
occurred at any mom-nt and It ,as at
ome decried advisable to close the build- j
I The sKick company now playing at the j
i theater will be obliged to take a temporary
layon- and the show ihxikPd for tonight
has been cancelled. ;
(IIMKMIOt (IK TK.I.KI'HnM- MK'
Independent Association K.I eels im-
I eera for tear.
Al a called mpPtlng of the Southwestern
Independent Telephone company, held es
j tertlay in the exchange building of ihe lo-
il Independent telephone vempny. the fol
, lewing edleare ia s'eeted. President. H
! A. Kinney, Weedblne Telephone company;
C. Mussor. Atlantic; alternate, H. A. Kin-
The meeting had been called for Ihe pur-
posp of discussing matters of interest
ciuoing me iuesiion 01 joining tlie slate
' leanng nonse ni ues jwoinps, nut as at :
Ihe Inst annual session there had lieen so
'. . , , . .. i
mu " -""'" ncmre me meeting me ciec ;
iton "l' "m','' h"d lln overlooked, so It ,
was decided to do this yesterday.
George T. Hcwes was present and ad
dressed the meeting on the advantage tu
the different companion by such an Insti
tution. Many of tjie companies represented
In thp southwestern association have Joined
and it was stated that It was only a mat
ter of time' before Hit remainder would be
P. C. Holdoegel of Rockwell Cily and
Charles ( Depring of Boone, president and
secretary respectively of Ihe state associa
tion, were In attendance, as was C. A.
Mollis of Hudson, state organiser of the
Independent Telephone association.
Reports to pecretary Glenn showed that
the Independent companies were not only
Improving, nut their business was steadily
Increasing with a consequent proporilonate
; extension of their lines.
j Among those present Were; C. R. Bene-
diet. D. C. Cooper, J. C. Mansfield. Shelby;
A. J. Carter. Sioux City: M. A. Kinney. M.
A. Reed. Woodbine; J. II. Jenks, M. Freti.
Avoca; E. C. Campbell, Persia; George
Hattey. Portsmouth: George T. Hewes, Des
I Moines: W. M. Byrner, Vail; Phil Zedw-as,
Manning: P. J. Korth. Karling; I. H.
Mollis, Hudson; George W. Sandy. Des
Molncs; C. H. Smith, Sioux City: J. F.
Glenn. Dennlson: P. C. Iloldoege), Rock
well City; Charles C. Dcering, Boone; J.
F. Mourer. Arlon.
6t. Paul's Episcopal church, Rev. 11. W.
Starr, rector; fourth Sundsy after Easter;
I a. m., holy communion; 10:30 a. m.. holy
communion and sermon; 12 m., Sunday
school and Bible class; ( p. m., evening
prayer and sermon.
First Presbyterian church. Rev. Marcus
P. McCIure, minister; 10:30 a. m., morning
service, theme, "The I'nfettered Dominion
of the Church of Christ"; 12 m., the Bible
school; 7 p. m.. the young people's ser
vice, "Lessons from Christ's Miracles of
Healing." Miss Katherlne Warner, leader,
II p. ni evening worship, theme, "The
Pearl of Great Trice."
First Congregational church. Dr. Ot
tcrbeln O. Smith, pastor; morning service
at 10:30; evening aervlce at 8;- offering for
educational work will be taken at the
morning service; prayer meeting Wednes
day evening; Sunday school at noon; spe
cial music morning and evening; Prower
Syrnons, choirmaster and organist.
Second Church of Christ. Scientist, will
hold services this morning at 10:45 In
Modern Woodmen hall, In the Merriam
block, when the subject will bs "Soul and
Body"; Sunday school at 11:48 a. m.;
ieanesaay evening testimony meeting nt
There will be services at the First Chris
tian church. Rev. W. B. Clemmer, pastor,
at 11 a. m. and S p. ni. In the morning the
paator will take as the subject of hla ser
mon, "The Vpper Room," being the first
of a series of three discourses on thla
topic. In the evening he will give sn lllu
trated lecture on "Daybreak In the Dark
Continent." with eighty-seven etereoptlcon
views. Bible school will be at :45 a. in.,
meeting of Loyalty Endeavor aoclely at 4
and Christian Endeavor aoclety meeting at
7 p. m.
At St. John'a English Lutheran church
there will be regulur services at 11 a. m.
and at t p. in. In the morning the pastor.
Rev. G. W. Snyder, will take as the subject
of his sermon, "The Word's Work," and
In the evening. "The Spirit's Work." Bun
day school will be at :45 a. m. and young
people's meeting st 7:15 p. in.
The First Church of Christ. Scientist,
will hold services at 11 a. ni. and 8 p. m.,
when the subject will be "Soul and Body "
Sunday school at 12:15 p. m.. and the regu
lar mid-week testimony meeting al g
Elder J. O. Booth will conduct services
st 10:45 a. ni. and 7:46 p. in. at tlie letter
Day Saint Church of Jesus Christ todav.
I Sunday school will be at noon and young
I n. ..a ..
, m iiirrtuifl i j u, m.
There will be morning service at Trinity
Methodist church, Rev. Charles Mayne.
pastor, at 11 o'clock. Sunday school will
be at 10 a. in. In place of the regular even
ing aervlce the anniversary of the Epworth
league will ba observed.
At the Swedish Lutheran church, Rev.
B. N. Glim, pastor, there will be servl.-ea
t 10:30 a. m. and p. in ; Sunday school
Will be at noun.
Rev. Harvey Hosteller, pastor of the
Second Presbyterian Vlnircli. will preach
ims auei noon at S o clock at the Cniun
chrlsilan church, Thirty-fifth street
Broadway; Sunday school will be at t p. m.
Revival meetings are being conducted at
the Peoples I'nlon church, Thirty-fifth
street and Avenue B, by Rev. Waiter K.
Williams, an evangelist from Lincoln, Neb.
Today there will be preaching services at
11 a. in and Sunday school will be held
at Itt a. in.. Meetings will be held every
night this week.
Terrllr (at In Prices.
In introducing the jne-prlce plan of
selling pianos the A. Hospe Co. knew it
waa necessary to place a ligure on all their
pianos that would be from $50.00 to $75.0
leva than the lowest price after all con
ceaalona and allowances were made by the
Irregular priced dealer This plan hss
evidently met the public approval as their
business la grow ing rapidly. You do not
run any lian. es in buying al A. Hoai.a
I Ci.. 33 South Main street
Two hundred-acre farm five miles from
Missouri Valley. Good Improvements and
1 orchard. Cheap at $T! per acre. Wallace
j Benjamin, room 1. First NMlonal tank
1 building. Onice telephone 201.
Investigate ur cheap land proposition in
eastern Colorado, $5 per acre for raising all
kinds of crops; good soil; best of water;
delightful climate. Excursions first and
third Tuesdsys of each month. Bend for
printed matter. F. C. Lougs. 134 Mala
treel. Couacll Bluffs. Ia.
Slat May Erect Boiler Mans
Staie Architect Henry F. Liebbe arrived
stsrday from ta Molnst tt seaitr with
Superintendent II. W. Kothert r the Iowa
School for the Deaf regarding the crea
tion of a new boiler house at the Institu
tion and for Which $f'.mn was appropriated
by Hie general assembly. Owlntt t the
delay in Ihe erection of the other new
huildinas at the school, it Is suid. the Una id
of Cent lot will likely have the boiler hous
built under Its supervision and not by con
tract. Kallaina Permits.
Hiiihllng permits were Issued yesterday, to j
the Consolidated Cunstriictloii company its
For C. ,1. S,yles. two-story frame
dwelling, lot 2. Auditor s stilxliv. irf
lots " nk and block I. Clellll-
For w t". 1 nthaiik. name dweiiuiK.
lot 4. block 7. tsajper Jeffreys
For M M. Seofinhl, fTame dwelling
ilots J and 2. bloi-k 1 1. Ilyland
' Place i.yo
For W. A. Meis. fianie dwelling, lot
b". block . Burke s add I.1'
For 'A. II. Krobst. frame dwelling, lot'
In. block 1. Bsbhltt Place l.lil
For Spencer Smith, frame dwelling.
lot original plat ' 1.1WI
For rtpencer Smith, frame dwelling.
lot 20. original plat 1.9"'
For .'. A Flower, one-stoiy frame
store building, lot I. block 1. Casa-
i'or I.. K. Levi. one-story frame
dwelling, lot Jo. block , Kerry's add
For J. F. Wilcox, addition and re
pairs, lot 11, block 4. Prospect add.
For II. K. Fulmer. frame dwelling,
For Mrs. C. K. Colgan. addition and
repairs, lot I'l. block 8. Pierce s add.
For C. F- Kislnger, addition ami re
pairs, lot . Mount Lincoln
For Mrs. Fox. repairs. 310 Benton
For W. C. Dickey, addition and re
pairs, lot 8, block 12. Rayllss' 2d add.
For F. T. Mooney, addition "! re
pairs. 33S William street
For J. H Blaine, addition and re
pairs, lot in,-block 28, Mullen sul
Schools (lose In Cnnnoll Fin ITS
In a few weeks, giving your children an
opportunity during vacation to study mu
sic and accomplish pcrhnps mora In a
few months than any other time In the year.
The A. Hospe company at 3ii South Main
street. Council Bluffs, has a large Block
of the very best and most celebrated makes
of high-grade pianos" in all the latest and
most artistic designed cases, such as hurl
walnut, Circassian walnut, quarter-anwed
golden and missions oaks and fancy ma
hogany woods, and sell them on easy pay
ments at $145, $150. $210, $23 and up. The
same pianos are sold by other dealers at
$250, $275, $3"fl and $350.
Parties having houses for rent or sale,
list them with Clifton-Walker Co. for quiet
action. Recent sales havt greatly reduced
our list and we have customers waiting tor
Wall paper! Wall paper! Wall paper!
Borwick, 211 South Main afreet, can suit
you the best of any man in town in wall
paper. Tel. 683. Call him up.
' We have Just what you are looking for
In framed and unframed pictures. C. B.
P., O. G. Co., Merriam Blk., our new
Quick Meal gasoline stoves. The new
process. They never explode. See them
operated. Swaine & Mauer, 33t-K31 B'way.
Base balla from c to $1.50; catcher's
mltta, from 10c to $7.50; catcher'a mask,
from 60c to $4.00; tennis rackets, from
$2.50 to $12; tennis shoes and tennis balls
at lowest prices; fishing poles, be and
10c; fishing rods,' 60c to $10.
PETERSON & SCHOENING CO.
"In the springtime" everybody cleans
house; housekeepers are always on the
lookout for some agent to lcasen this
arduous duty. "Old Dutch cleanser chases
dirt." For a free denionatratlon see Mc
Atee's show windows.
When In need of lumber, brick, cement,
plaster, lime, sand, rubberold and Amaion
roofing. In fact anything In building ma
terial, go to George A. Hoagland, 724 8.
Main St., where quality and prices are
The best paint to brighten up old wood
work Is the "Twin City,' sold by C. B.
P., O. & G. Co., Merriam Blk., bur new
Why bother with shampooing your own
hair when you can have it washed In soft
water and dried with compressed air .at
Graves', 105 Pearl street
Sal Haaaeheld Goods.
I will sell all furniture and household
goods belonging to the late Mrs. Harriet
K. Plumer at private sale, May 12 and 14,
from a. m. to t p. m., at her late refcl
denoe, 424 Glen avenue. A. W. Rlckman,
Porch and lawn furniture,. D. W. Kellef,
103 South Main.
Folding and reclining gocarts. D. W. Kel
ler, H'3 South Main.
Iv is Scare.
Prices going up on Ice: the prospects are
that they are liable to double this summer,
but if you get an Ice Berg refrigerator
st Keller-Farnsworth Fur. Co. you will
cut ycur 1c bill In two and thus save H
per cent on your ice expense.
The Title Outraliiy and Trust company,
abstracters of title. Books data back t
1SU. Books art all up to date. Work ao
curately and promtly dona at lowsst
prices. Office opposite court house, 06 Psarl
street. Council Bluffs, la.
Her Is Something Kood.
Mexican red-hot chicken tains les, 15 to $6
cents a can; Mexican red-hot chilt con
car ne. 1 to 25 cents a can; chile powder. 15
to 10 cents a can. Juhn Olson, Tsl. lit. 7W
If you prefer quality l Quantity and
absolute satisfaction to yourself, get
Schmidt's photos. Always guaranteed te
pleas. 'Phon (57; 406 Broadway.
Before you buy your wail paper call and
aee our new line. Council Bluff Paint, Oil
and Gktaa Company", Main and St Pearl
81., our new location.
If you don't read thla you will lost your
digestion. Read It and then call your
grocer and order a sack of Big A flour,
th kind that pleases.
Bummer school Western Iowa oollegs.
May. June. July, August. New classes on
Neapolitan Ice cream. 3uc a brick.
Muecl. th ice cream man. Tel. K4.
When you are ready to move or clean
huuse call up phon 51ti and let our wagon
call for your carpets and rugs. They will
be cleaned thoroughly and absolutely at
small cost. The Council Bluffs Carpel
Cleaning and Rug Manufacturing compaii,
34 North Moin.
CENTRAL FLOCK $1 15.
OtTer fr Driving Park.
At a meeting of the I'nion Driving park
association yesterday afternoon Peter B.
Halght, the Parsons (Ksn.) horsemen,
made a definite proposition to Iraae the
property of the association for a term of
Ave years, commencing in lfc7. Th propo
sition Is mad en condition thst th fence
around th park and Urn barn a rs-
built. It being understood that Mr. tlalght
Is prepared to stand half of the expense.
It Is estimated that the expense of the
repairs will amount to about $4. mm. but thi
Is to be determined liefore the deal Is
Mr. Ilaight is solely Interested In harness
horses and his proposition has nothing to
do with that of holding a running rate
nieet this season at the paik.
N. Y. Plumbing Co. Tel. 2v Night. I. '
Three complete catalogues of sheet music ;
si Mr each at Rourlritis Piano house. 33i i
llroadwsy, where the organ stands upv '
the budding. ' !
PT WF.F.K l ni.tFFS St IKTl j
Warm Member Appears In Have Had'
Mrs Ernest K. Hart Is visiting friends
Mrs. F. W. Meneray visited friends in the
titv last week.
Mrs t. M. Ratesman and son. Guy. are
Visiting relatives In Dallls. III.
Mr. and Mrs. Sanders of Chicago Is visit
ing friends and relatives In the city.
Mrs. F. W. Wesner left Tuesday for
Richfield Springs, N. Y.. to spend the sum
mer. Miss Frances l-eavltt of Butte, Mont .
Is the guest of Miss Bess Beno, on Frank
Mrs. C. J. Stillwell and Mrs.' Cessna left
yesterday morning for a two weeks' visit
Mr. T. J. Foley of South Sixth street Is
home from a two weeks' sojourn at French
Lick Springs, lnd. ,
Mrs. Anderson of Dunlap, formerly Miss
Conine Albright of this city, Is visiting
here with relatives.
Mrs. Selma Eshock left Thursday for San
Francisco, where she expects to remain
several months with friends.
Mrs. A. H. Henning of Avenue B will
leave tomorrow morning for a two weeks'
visit with her sister in Sioux City.
Mrs. E. D. Fuller of Harrison street en
tertained Informally at dinner Wednesday
evening. Covers were laid for eight.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Test Stewart en
tertained at dinner Friday night compli
mentary to their guests. Captain and Mrs.
Mrs. William Bullock, formerly Miss Lu
ctle Portertleld of this city, left Friday for
her home arter a week's visit with friends
in tlie city.
Mrs. Walter U. Avery and son. Robert. oC
St. Paul, are visiting Mr. und Mrs. N. W.
Williams. Ill Stutsman street. Mrs. AVtry
Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. WilllaniH.
Mrs. O W. lira ham, 32 Avenue F, has
as her guests Mrs. R. E. Graham of Vir
ginia, Minn., and Mrs. Carroll of Cloquet.
Minn. They are en route for Boise, Idaho.
Miss Freda Ehrensten departed Thurs
day afternoon for Portland and the Oregon
mountains. She will return by way of
Sun Francisco, Salt Lake and Colorado
Mrs. Sylvester Dye, 817 Fifth avenue, left
Tuesday for Wilmat hsvllle. Mo., where she
will visit for a month with her parents.
Mr. Dye will spend several weeks at Hold
Mrs. J. W. Collins. "20 South Seventh
street, who Is at the Mineral Springs sani
tarium at Burliiiaton. Mo., ia reported as
being much improved and is expected to
return next w-rcK.
Captain J. A. Coffey and bride are the
guests of Mrs. Charles T. Stewart. They
are enroute for Captain Coffey's post In
Montana. Mrs. Coftey was formerly Miss
Helen Bonner of New York and Is a niece
of Mrs. Stewsrt.
Mrs. J. R. Reed entertained a number
of her former neiRhbors at an Informal
luncheon at her beautiful suburban home
Friday afternoon. Covers were laid for
Mrs. E. H. O'Dell, Mrs. Heywood, Miss
Emma Myers and Mrs. Meyers.
Mrs. Harry Nicholson and daughter of
Salt Lake City nre the gueata of Mia. Nich
olson's mother, Mrs. C. Warner, on Fourth
avenue, also Mr. Nicholson's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Nicholson, of North First
street. They will remain about a month.
One of the enjoyable functions of last
week waa the dance given by the members
of Fidelity council. Royal Arcanum, in the
targe hall of the Masonic Temple. Messrs.
T. C. Leffert, Arthur lickerlng and A. E.
Smith composed the committee In charge.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Harl returned Friday
from Chicago, whero they attended the
commencement exercises of the training
school for deaconesses. Th'-y remained lo
see their daughter. Miss Eleanor, instulled
111 her new position in the Halstead Street
Frank Badollpt, flutist, with the Cin
cinnati Symphony orchestra, arrived
Wednesday for a visit with Ills father,
Vigo Badollet, on Glen avenue. He will
remain here two weeks and then go to
Coronado Beach, Cal., where he has a four
months' summer engagement.
Mrs. Frank Plnney was" hostess of the
Klatter club Friday afternoon at ' the1
home of her mother, Mrs. Hollenbeck, 51
North Eighth street. Prizes were won by
Mrs. Robert Wallace and Mrs. Oliver Pat
terson. The guest prize was awarded Mrs.
Keating. A dainty luncheon was served.
The next meeting will be with Mrs. Opal
Miss Cora Treynor was pleasantly sur
prised Friday evening by an Informal
gathering of friends and relatives who took
dinner with her at her home, 32 South
First street. Covers were laid for Mr.
and Mrs. Stillwell. Miss Grace Clark, Mr.
snd Mrs. V. L. Treynor, Jack Treynor,
Tom Treynor, little Miss Helen Treynor
and Miss Treynor.
Mr. John H. Taber, Jr., formerly of this
cfty, and Miss Margaret Dwyer of Omaha
were married Tuesday in Omaha. The cer
emony took place in the Catholic church at
Twenty-eighth and Jackson streets and the
bridal couple were attended by Miss Hester
Painter and Mr. E. G. Cowles of Council
blurt. They will spend their honeymoon
in the west.
Mrs. M. A. Tlnley entertained at cards
Tnursday afternoon in honor of her guesti,
Mrs. Voorheas and Miss Jenks of Chey
enne, Wyo. SIx-haniied euchre was the
game of th afternoon,- the head pris be
ing won by Mrs. Ellis of Little (alls and
the twenty prize by Mrs. Haselline.
Luncheon was served. The decorations
were in tulips and lilacs.
Alias Mary Cain and Mr. Harvey U. Morse
were united In marriage Wednesday morn
ing In the presence of immediate friends
and relatives in St. Patrick's Catholic
church. Father Hilary officiating. They
w ill make their home at 3(i Williams street.
Mr. Morse U employed by the Nebraska,
Telephone company and both he and hla
bride are w ell known lo a large circle of j
Mrs. W. E. BalnbriUge entertained the
members of the 'i'ueaday History club at an
afternoon at her new home, 315 Glen ave
nue on Friday. The guests spent ihe alt
ernoon In examining the numerous and in
teresting c luios that Mrs. Bainbrldge col
lected while in China. Among them are
several Clotsina vases of very peculiar d
sign. Mualcal number were rendered by
Mrs. Joseph and Mrs. Grey. A tastefully
arranged luncheon was served.
Mr. and Mrs. Nolan, who have been In
China, for several years, arrived here Mon
day evening and are the guests of relatives
in the cily. They will remain In Council
Bluffs fur al least six months, when they
expect to return to China, where Mr. Nolan
ia connected with a large coal mining com
pany. Mr. and Mrs. Nolan were both raised
in this city and Mrs. Nolan, formerly MiM
ljixxi Tholl, made the trip to China alone
to meet her future huaband, and It waa
there that they were married.
The Oakland Avenue club was enter
tained by Mr. Orcutt and Mrs. Fair
Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Orcutt. The houne waa deevrated in lilies
of th valley. Mrs. Tousley and Mrs. Tin
ley carried off the prizes for the guessing
contests. This was the final meeting of the
season and at Its close the officers for next
year were elected as follows: President,
Mrs. Culler; secretary, Mrs. Sanfnrd. snd
treasurer. Mrs. Toualey. Dainty refresh
ments were served, the club colors, yellow
and white, being used.
Cm Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. C. (J
Autenrieth. 1331 Pleasant street, iiad the
unusual pleasure of scelbratlng .their
golden wedding anniversary. Only the Im
mediate friends of the family were pres
ent. Mr. Autenrieth is one of the pioneer
settlers of Council Bluffs, having come here
from Germany in the early 5ue. He mar
ried Miss Marie Suhre of St. Joseph fifty
years ago, mid tliey have spent must of
their tune since In Council Bluffs. Tlie
day was also the crystal aniiivernHry of
their wind daughter. The out-of-town
guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kand
eis of Chicago and Mix May Sanboinc of
Vliaa Etta Doty of Shenandoah, who has
been the guest of her staler. Mrs. C. S.
Andrews, for some time past, was agree
ably surprised Thuraday evening by a num
ber of her newly acquired friends In this
city and Omaha. The surprise took the
form of a linen shower, Miss Doty being
I lie sfftsnce of Hugh Hamilton of Tee
De. Mont. Those present were: Mixse
Hsnnsh snd Lydla Beigqulst of Omana.
Mabel Johnson of Omaha, Emma Olson,
Etta Doty. Elnora Olson, Cecelia Nelson,
Clara Olson, Francis Fox. lvina and
Minni liunlilson and Nonny Olson and
Messrs Fred Miller of Omaha. Dr. Turn
holm of Omaha. Iesll Johnson of Omaha.
Axis Swansun of Omaha, Walter roulson,
Ah In Fox. John IihiikI roni and Warren
Andrews lletreshments were served.
Mrs. li. A. gnlnn. :t:' onkhind avenue,
entertained at luncheon Wednesday In
honor of her sister. Mrs Packard. .f
tliltimwi. Those present were Mrs T
J. Foley. Mrs Kmmet Tlnlev. Mrs Wal
ler "Hitman. Mrs. Chniles T. Stewart. Mrs.
A. p. Ilnnchelt. Mrs. C. P. Peavev. Mrs.
K. It. Merrlm.in. Miss Stewart. Mrs. I..
It llvi.es. Mrs. Wooding. Mis A H.
Il.iiehon. Mis R. II. Hbaimer. Mrs. .1.
IV i'nvls. Mis F. K. Davis. Mr. It. O.
Hrewlnaton. Mrs. Donald Macrae. Mrs.
ltolert Mullls, Mrs. K. Canning. Mrs. v.
F. Snpp, Mis C. E. Price. Mts W. R.
Wsllor. Mrs K fl Doollttle. Mrs. Charles
MclH.nshl. Mrs H . Minder. Mis II. II.
Van Brunt. Mrs. Joe Sniltll. Mis I'.ickard
and Mrs. Martin of Davenport
lnnnaer loses life In K.ltnrt
Heacnr F.lder Boy.
Slol'X CITY. la.. May 12. iSpe, iul Tel- I
egrnm.) Harold atid Benjamin, sons of H. I
H. Mead, were di owned In the Little Sioux .
river at Klngsley today 111 fifteen feet of
water. The elder lad had gone in to swim, ,
got beyond his depth and the younger boy I
Jumped tn with all his clothes on to rescue
the brother and both were drowned. The
boys were 12 and 14 years old. A search
ing patty of twenty men started to look
Tor the bodies, when onp suit of clothes
was found on the bank.
(IXMI l WIF.R AT MMJl
lint ( nntesl K.nd In Irlnry by
Miriln nf Fnnr Votes.
LOGAN, la.. May 12 tRpcrla! Telegram.)
Sixteen Cummins delegate were elected
today by Jefferson township. Including
Lokhh. tho largest voting precinct In Iowa.
George W. Egsn organized the winning
Fnnr (ara Ire 'Ditched.
HAMBl'RG, la.. May 13.-tSpecial.)-A
small wreck occurred three miles north
of this city on the Burlington, when four
cars were thrown In the ditch, tilled with
meat and cereals. Just what caused it
could not be ascertained. No one was hurt,
hill' traffic was delayed several hours. About
a year ago the same train killed a man
near the same spot. v
Jess Robinson's traction engine went
through a culvert upon the Clayton farm,
near this city. Inst Monday evening. In
pulling out of the field it waa necessary
to cross the culvert, and when almost
across the supports gave way, letting the
rear of the engine go down. The engineer
and -firemen Jumped, receiving no Injury,
but the engine was badly damaged.
Trades Body to Doctors.
FORT DODGE, la., May 12. (Special.)
Fnable to pay for medical services, George
Orris, sick in the hospitsl here, has made
a bargain with the attending physician to
the effect that If the physician will attend
him until his death, his body may after
ward be used for scientific purposes. Aban
doned by his wife, and left to die In a
hut on the edge of town, the only earthly
possession the man has in hla poor dis
eased body, and the flame of life In that
will soon flicker out, but his mind seemed
to be at ease when he found he could give
it in payment for medical services and
would not have to be a charity patient.
Thonannd Men Search for Bodies.
IOWA CITY, la.; May 12. (Sperial Tele
gram.) The bodies of Wilt Thornburg of
Adel and Elizabeth Ogden of Williamsburg,
the university students wlio were drowned
late Friday night, have not been recovered,
though a thousand men are searching
Iowa river and dynamite is being used.
Parpnts of both studpnts arrived In the
city today and the fathers of the boy and
girl are directing the search.
Woman's 1 Inb on Slaae.
GLEN WOOD, la.. May 12. (Special.)--The
Glenwood Woman's club gave "Penel
ope' Affinity" and "The Piper's Pay" un
assisted at the opera house Thursday even
to a large audience. The plays were sur
prisingly well rendered. Some of our cltl
sens attending through loyalty to the club
were agreeably disappointed In the enter
tainment, which will compare favorably
wll the "all professional" productions seen
here this season.
Hamburg; Teacher Comes lo Omaha.
HAMBl'RG, la., May 12. (Special.) Miss
Emily Redford, who has been the teacher
In the primary department of the public
school for the last two years, and who
was elected for the next year, has resigned
her place to accept one in the city schools
WOODBINE. Ia., May 12. (Special.)
The Instructors of the Harrison countv
teachera" summer school, which begins
here on June 18. will be as follows: D.
K. Bralnard of Iigati, M. A. Reed, O. B.
Rigg and F. J. Howe of Woodbine. Bertha
Cadwell of Fort Dodge and L. B. Prultt
w C'harcb for l.oaan.
LOGAN, la.. May 12. t Special.) Rev.
S. M. Wilcox of Boone conducted an
Episcopalian church service at the Presby
terian church last night. There are a
number of Presbyterians at Logan and
these are arranging for regular services.
Royal Neighbors Install.
WOODBINE. Ia.. May 12. ((special.)
Holly Camp No. 285, Royal Neighbors of
America, have recently Installed the fol
lowing officers: Chancelur. Mra. Halhard;
manager, Mra. Cherry; receiver, Mrs.
Johnson; recorder, Mrs. E. T. Rogers.
Dessltta Out for Uerrrnor.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Ia., May 12-(Special.)
John D. Dennlson of Dubuque, It Is an
nounced her today, will be an active can
didate for.- the democratic nomination for
Origin ( "Twealy-Three."
Dickens lovers have fio trouble these
days In proving that all, our supposed up-to-date
Americanisms art merely stolen
expressions from their favorite author.
They have indeed found that Dickens used
many phrases and expressions that have
been taken up today as universal by-words
and the latest acquisition of the enthusi
asts of this sort I told in tlie statement
that Dickens originated th expression,
"twenty-three." which In the vernacular
of the present is used to express "all in."
"chase yourself." "ikidoo,'' "the end'" and
many other things.
It will be remarked by anybody that in
th last chaptar of "The Tale or Two
Cities" Dickefls deacribes the procession of
human-laden tumbrils to the guillotine. In
on of them Is Sidney Carton, the hero.
In a garden overlooking tlie hideous ma
chine is a group of old women knitting.
As the heads fall In the basket one after
another the women knit stealthily and
counCtliem out loud. Th paragraph de
scribing the last momenta of Sidney Carton
"The murmuring of many voices, the up
turning of many faces, the pressing on of
many footsteos In the outskirts of the
crowd, so that It swells forward In a
mass, like one great heave of water, all
flushes away. Twenty-three!" ,
There you have it You can take It for
what It Is worth -Kanass City Star.
Th Mraagest Thing
that could happen would be a rase of con
stipation that 1'r. King's New Life Pills
wouldn't cur. Guaranteed. 26 cents. For
sale by Sherman A McConnell Drug Co.
41-Ahol Hearing t !.
WASHINGTON. May 12 -Hearings on ths
denatured alcohol will be cloaed today by
tn senate commit ne on finance.
PERKINS' DAY IN PRIMARIES
Delmtioni from Tits Ooantiet Iiutnicttd
for Sioux City Man.
NITROGLYCERINE RULED OUT OF COURT
Jndae MrPkema Refase ta Take
Any kaam erllh F.anloalv Watch
Waa Wanted Ksnlblt In
tFrom a Staff Correspondent
DES MOINES. May 12. (Special Tele
gram.) Republican county conventions to
day Instructed for George D. Perkins as
follows: Appanoose, I delegates; Washing
ton, 15; Monroe. 17; Davis, lo; Benton, 1?.
making the number of Perkins delpgsMa
to date lx and Cummins delegates htt
Alleaed Foraer Arrested.
J. R. Ralner. alias J. H. Barrett, wa ar
rested today In Davenport and brought t
Des Moines. He Is held here on chaig
of forgery. He la accused of swindling the
Agar Packing company nut of fl.MKt ant
the St. IiOiils A Southern railway oai sf
$l.xt. Other smaller amounts were eer,Al
from business men In this city. He B
arrested In Davenport by "Detective Mr
Klrrher of this city, who was one of thoe
on whom he passed a forged chck.
Marahalltown lilrl Kill Herself.
Miss Sadie Hayes Russell, formerly of
Marshalllnwn. who deserted stB life for
life In the red light district of Des Moines,
committed suicide by taking hl-cltlorlde of
mercury. She died at Merry hospital Inict
night. 8he had made three attempts at
suicide. Her relatives in MArshalltow u
have frequently endeavored lo persuade tier
to leave the life she was living, but with
out success. After her attempl at sulfide
the police were asked to keep the flwt
watch. A week ago at a ri-snrt on Cherry
street she took a lot of antiseptic tablets
because of despondency over her wastpd
life. She died last night.
College Snldlers Drill.
The State Agricultural college cadets from
Amps and the Simpson college cadets from
Indinnola met today on the parade grounds
at Fort Des Moines for a competitive drill.
Both companies drilled n khaki service
uniform. They rpturned to their homes this
evening after spending some time together
ev Candidal for tioveraor.
A new candidate for governor is an
nounced, W. J. lleiser of Tama county.
He haa secured the signatures of Vtuo re
publican voters of Tama county to a peti
tion asking him to becom a candidst and
he and his friends say he will get the
Tama county support. The Tama county
convention will be held May 10.
Rnlea Onl Mlroalycerlne.
Judge Smith Mcpherson In the I'nlted
States federal court here today refused to
permit nllro glycerine to be brought Into
the court room as an exhibit In the case
of the I'nlted States against Andrew Sor
enaon, charged with robbing the Van Meter
postoffice. "I will not Jeopardize the lives
of these Jurors and attorneys and their
friends," declared Judge McPherson. Sor
enson and his llegpd partner In the rob
bery are charged with Using nltro glycer
ine to blow open the safe. The Jury In the
case was secured today and the first evi
Fair In Have Reserved Steals.
Directors of the Iowa State fair decided
today to provide for reserved seats In the
smphlthealer tn order to make the best
of the old structure, the legislature having
refused to appropriate $t)0,0t0 for the new
steel amphitheater. Heretofore It has been
first come first served. The directors have
voted to erect two new brick buildings on
the grounds In preparation of the state
fair. One will he a large cattle barn of
brick and the other a brick dining hall.
Lust year fire caught In the ramshackle
buildings along the midway strept used for
dining hails. These will be torn out and a
large brick building erected large enough
to accommodate all the restaurants and
feeding places. The International Har
vester company and the Pittsburg 8teel
company, which have never heretofore
made exhibits at state fairs, will exhibit at
the Iowa State fair this year.
PULAJANES ATTACK A TOWN
Residents nf Inabangan Killed,
W'onnded and Taken Prls-
MAN1LA. Msy U. The following dis
patch has been recelvod from Acting Gov
ernor Cinco of the Island of Samar:
A band of twenty-four PulaJunea. having
five lilies and other weapons, entered Ina
bangan by the barrjo Wright (Wright
ward), named in honor of former Governor
General Wright, today, killing one and
wounding seven residents, ournlng and
looting thirty-six iiouaes and taking over
twenty residents prisoners. Troops, con
stabulary, policemen and volunteers ara
pursuing the band.
George Curry, the governor of Samar,
who Is here on his way to Baguju, provlno
of Benquet, the summer capital, to con
sult with Governor General Ide, ssys that
all the resldentes of Samar will shortly
call on th governor general and endorse
th policy of extermination of the rebel
lloua natives, which is supported by. , th
peaceful Inhabitants of Samar.
Governor Curry haa received a cable
message from President Roosevelt con
gratulating him upon his escape at th
tight with Pulajanes st Magtson recently.
Hecalled tbe Vane at Last.
The stage coach that carries the. mail
between Kent's hill and Readfield station
In Maine drew up along the roadside, ami
the driver accoated a little old man work
ing In a field:
"Do you know who Mrs. Abby R. Brown
Is and where she lives?''
hTe old man consldpred. "Brown. Abhy
B. Brown?" he repeated. "You don't mean
Mra. Polly Brown, do you?"
"No, Mrs. Abby B. Brown: we've got a
letter for her."
"B. you say the middle letter la B. do
you? I know a whole lot of Browns thst
live on the other side of the rosd, but
there ain't any Abby B. among them. Tcyi
don't mean Abby B. Smith, do you? She
Uvea over "
"No. It's Abby B. Brown. We ll find her
The stag driver started hia horses, but
before th corner was reached a faint
"Hello" caused th passengers to turn
around.. Th old man, hoe tn hand, was
pursuing th stag.
"Brown, Mrs. Abby B. Brown, did you
say? Why, I know her. She's my wife."
Csutsabcrlala's Cna ltaau Tfcr
No better test ran b given a medicine
than that of time. Chamberlain' Cough
Remedy haa been recommended by dealers
who hsndl tt. It has rtcalved thousands
of testimonials from grateful people who
lisv used If. It has been prsorlb4 by
physicians with satisfactory ratulu. It has
bean analysed by prominent chamiata tad
found to be harmless. But th fact that II
ha bean. sold under guarant to gfv satis
faction for almost a third of century, I
th beat test of all. It caa always b as
pnded upon and It pleasant and safe ta
lake. Try It when you hav a cough f
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