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THE OMAHA DAILY BEK: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1?. HKO.
A Standard Make
Never before in the history of the piano have High
Grade Pianos been priced at so low a figure as $240.
"tT Jl TPTI Our rrf rh nffr fnr 100 ntsnrve. wn. ftrrrfn1
62.SOX1 VV il V by MUlon Plano Co of New York City. Time
a tu niguuicui aj s aau ucic oic uic juvcai-
- 2S.New $500.00 Pianos, at S24Q.OQ
15 New S55Q.OO Pianos, at S255.QO
10 New $600,00 Pianos, at S265,OQ
Every piano bears the Hayden guarantee. In our regular stock will be found such world renowned pianos as the
Chickering Bros., Knabe, Sohmer, Estey, Schaeffer, Milton, Wegman, Price & Teeple and twenty other makes. Pianos in
our exchange department all are guaranteed.
1 Waters .. 865.00
1 Simpson 85.00
1 Sohmer Co S95.00
1 Reyoolds $95.00
1 Sherman S125.00
1 Smith & Banes, used... -8125.00
1 Preicott 8135.00
1 Wesmss, 4 mofhs old. . -8275.00
1 Sherman, used 8135.00
1 Price Teeple. used ..--8210.00
1 Cramer, used 8145.00
1 Ebersole. used 8 months. -8245.00
1 Hallet Davis 8160.00
1 Ester, used months . . . -8275.00
1 Chtckerlnc Bros., used. . -8375.00
1 Krelter. almost new 8140.00
1 Chick wins A Sons, almost
1 Anderson, almost new .-$285.00
1 Smith V Barnes, almost
1 Smith & Barnes, almost
1 Smith A- Barnes, almost
1 Ester, used 8 months. . . -8200.00
1 Chickering Bros., used one
.1 Fischer, used 1J months -8235.00
1 Schaeffer. used months 8185.00
1 Schaff Bros $150-00
1 Vose Son 120.00
1 Knabe, used 6 months . . -8345.00
1 Knabe, used 4 months. . . -8300.00
1 lvers Pond second-hand. 5180.00
SELECT YOUE PIANO PAY FOB IT ON YOUE OWN EASY PAYMENTS.
Tho Croatost Piano Store
in the Wost.
R It T
BRIEF CITY NE17S
Mae Boat Friat St.
BU1tt Epargaee Ed holm. Jeatler.
Smoke xoaac far Saaokee. ri 8. ltth.
atutolpk r. ItiMi, Vtthlie Aooomataat,
Alraaart, ptotofrapksr, llth Taraam.
fttat Lgala la Tne bconii Times."
-uUiu Xate fohcoa. slht drafts at
tnstuvlty. 11, t. Kceiy, manager. Casaha.
Saying tor a Sams la as easy as paying
rtiit. ..rbras.,a t.a.iiia,s ami iuau amu
ifacoti show the muy. Board of Trad
tiuliding. fixuenth and Fatnam slieets.
si,, Tome Uoae-f as Tel sables Id a sat
tli-u.it box in t!ja American fears LXpit
Vaulia In the Bee building. 11 reau a
bus. K. C. ttaiuer. praaideat.
H. Mitasa, :oa rirat National back
builuiiif. u sudsing real estate loans witn
cwt dea and on terms erjr favorable
Too fcaaiee' All Society of the Good
Bbtpaia tlurth t!l give a lS-cent ken-'
m.g.on tea at the home of Mra.' Tti'ottia
bix.wn. kvirt Sii-wet, Wednesday after 1
i.cn. AIT iriends Invited.
Xaa Otts DiToroe ror Crvaltr Htnry B.
Kiafft la given a decrve of divorce from
hi .mlfe. tltanor Griffin Krafft. on the
chart? of extreme cruelty toward him. The
dtctee will nut formally Uaue until six
nioniha liw.ee. Krafft muat pay . tlJ.50
monthly for the support of a minor child.
Branaekaat It ay Sua aleea Oeorae
Biuntrkanl may run Lie saloon at 101 Si.
Mary's avenue. Judge Howard Kennedy haa
rendf rt-d a ' deeielon sustaining the Board
of fire and Police eommiaaloners, who
sranied Brunnekant a Ucenae recently. The
protratanta thea appealed ts district court.
Vetersea Caaaet leaes la Street Niels
J. Peterson la permanently restrained from
fencing in lost part of Ada street between
FHchett and Herbert avenues through an
order issued by Judge Rut ion la district
court Wednesday. Suit was brought against
Peterson and the Benson Land company
by Walter R. Eras.
BaUway )BpTlateadata' Laauaeea
The monthly luncheon of the HUnols Cen
tral railway division superintendents was
given Wednesday soon at the Paxton hotel
About twenty of the representative of that
road parUctpeted in the affair. The gath
ering was Informal, being merely to talk
over matters pertaining to the road la this
section and for a social hour.
Hera's a Sot Veataar Story Focusing
through a window pane upon a boa of
mate hex. the sun's rays started a small fire
at the home of Mrs. M. C. Cuming. Z204 8c
Mary's avenue. Tuesday afternoon. Con
siderable damage was done to eae corner
of the room, curtalaa. carpet and furniture
being destroyed or badly scorched. -The
property la part of the Prank Murphy ea
XAaeola Memorial S tarn pa Afcomt Oeae
The lonsicTimcnt of Lincoln memorial
s'.ami assigned lo the Omaha poaloffice
are about exhausted. Tbe poaloffice people
will make a requisition for too.OSP more,
but are nut sure that- they will get them.
There were but iiOP.flOO.OflO of the Issue
printed by the government. There will be
ro more printed after the present supply
Vehrasxa C a area Clab Dianer The an
nual mretlr.g. reception and dinner of tbe
Nt rrcasw -Ctiarch club will he held Thurs
day evening st t:9 at the Omaha Commer
ce! club, rooms. Rlsht Iter. Charles Otm
tead. !.. bishop of Colorado, will ad
iress the ''club on "Church Mea and the
Times." The old officers will make their
annual Ireftprts . aud new officers will be
elected for the coming year. Prior to the
dinner an lnssrmal reception will be held
In the parlors of the Commercial club.
Leslie Xieara Ze.rma a lVeseoa Leslie
Learn, a gueat at the Loyal hotel, learned
something Tuesday, and that Is that it is
not wise to carry sny considerable sum of
money about town. He accidentally dropped
his pocketbook, which contained VS. in a
room at the hotel and when be returned
for tt the roll had disappeared. The police
are now trying to find the money and the
man who took It.
Skews a Kesri, Anyway W. g. Balduff
received a letter through the mails Wednes
day morning with no signature and en
closed was a SI bill. Tbe letter stated that
the writer had formerly worked for Mr.
Balduff and while in his employ had stolen
K cents, which waa returned with a little
Interest, now that Mr. Balduff waa in
trouble. The letter did not state whether
It was a man or woman.
fcocked Xla Woaaoa Velfcs Oat of Heaa
Mors than . ordinary cruelty la charged
against her husband by CJhrtaUna Johnson,
la a petition vfer divorce filed Wednesday
tt is alleged that the defendant, Charles H.
Johnson, had a trick of locking his wife
and daughters out of the bouse at night
and compelling them to seek refuge st a
neighbor's. Mrs. Johnson has been sup
porting herself and three young daughters
by running a meat market at 4Ct North
Twenty-fourth street. She aaks an Injunc
tion agalnat Johnson restraining him from
coming to the meat market or to her home,
ITCf Meredith avenue. Permanent alimony
Is also sought.
Horse Oorem la Haaaway Persons near
Tw-lfth and Douglas streets, between
and IS o'clock Wedneaday anomtng. wit
resesd sa exciting rut away that fortu
nately did not prove serious except to one
horse. A large team of tbe Richardooa
Drus company broke away and ran south
toward Douglas street on Twelfth street.
At the comer I', collided with a team of
the Central bakery and one cf the horses
of the latter was gored by a shaft, but not
fatally hurt. Human Officer Wooldridge,
a ho happened to be near the spot, took
et-srge of the Injured snimal and did not
think It will have to bo killed. J. Pin Wis
was the bakery wagon driver and C. R.
Weller was In charge of the other team
A t-lfe Sen tec. re
of suffering' with throat st d lung trouble
is Quickly ccromuted by Dr. King's New
Ciscovery. Mo and tl oft. For ' sale by
Beaton Drug Co.
INDIANS FORSAKE CLD JOHN
rssrss asi Issless Are Ttrslsi frosa
Mr. Barleyeorm lata Ways
"We are having very Uttls trouble with
the Indians up on the Ponca and Samee
reservations In tho matter of liquor drink
ing and but little bootlegging Is being
done," said W. E. Meaglry, sgent for that
reaervaiion. who ia In Omaha on his re
turn from Washington. "There Is much
lees Intemperance among them than for
some years snd ss a rule the Saateea snd
Ponras are becoming real good Indians.
Tbe persistence of the government In get
ting after the bootleggers has had the ef
fect of driving them out Of business The
Indians are beconuag mete Industrious and
tbe time Is not far aay whea tuey will
become good and valuable .cjtiseea.
"My visit to Washington .waa merely to
talk over current miscellaneous business
with the India department pertaining to
We wast yoa to know by actual trial that the ffeauiae
I , i a mm a m a M n a
afcaPWW sUaVIXfiCI VI iCCI
with tbe bJue signature, ia tbe most deUcioos and (ar-ro
iae for beef tea ( W teaspooaful stakes a fall cup) and tor
cooking;. To iaouce you to try it se will
Give yoa this BEAUTIFUL TEASPOON
Artistic, silver plated, of caclosire roA patMrn mad finished
ia fashiamabU FrmncM gray like the latest solid silver crea
tions, and siade sad asr-rwusf by Wis. Rogers ft Soo. It is
of full aias sad without advertising;. - . . -
To get tbe CtftSpoom acd sa 10c ia stamps and tbe top of
s jar of the genuine Letx Company's Extract To get our fiee
Gift Fork, saaicbiag apooa ia every respect, send 20c is stamps
sad a jar top. Address.
COSJiKUXS DAVIS at CO. Depths. US Httdsea SL' tv Tors.
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
University Students to Viiit Stock
Y&rdi snd Packing Houses.
DOORS A1SD GATES OPEN TO THEM
Visiters Are froaa tbe. Agrrlealt aral
School aad Coeae to L.eara Soaso
Ihlasi of the Meat After
It Leaves tho Faraa.
A brand of squeal which tbe thrifty
packers of South Omaha cannot bottle will
be unloaded at t o'clock Thursday morn
ing, as a necessary adjunct ts the arrival
of 450 of the strongest lunged boys of the
west from the State University School of
Asriculture. The familiar "U-U-U-N-l"
will drown the feeble plaint of some 10.0011
or snore porkers -on tbe wsy, to slaughter.,
tt la the occasion of the regular annual
visit of the short course students. They
solve oa a special at I o'clock.
Tbe largest claas In the history of the
school mill be in South Omaha all day.
Manager Buckingham has "laid' out" to
show the boys a "corking good time; and
about half the commission men. knowing
the full meaning of one of Buckingham'
good time, are wishing they were boys
snd students again. The day will be s busy
ons, but its busiest moments will be ia
liberally helping the student's self to the
bounty which haa been provided.
Three or four squada will be made up,
one to visit the early market of the yards,
ons to esch of several packing houses to go
through the meses of that busy Industry.
The packers have been preparing ta ad
vance. Swift aad company haa la readl-'
ness a complete exhibit of all the products
of ths meat packing Industry and the
house as s whole will be in holiday atttre.
Armour A Co.. will open the doors of
the big plant and provide men for a special
meat cutting demonstration at 4 p. m..
at tne rotunda of the sales stab lea
Another band of students will visit tbs
Cudahy Packing plant The Cudahy men
Kill rive a demonstration of meat cutting
'at 4 p. m.. In the exchange building.
After passing through a packing plant
each band will ahift positions with the
ether until tbe whole field Is gons over
thoroughly. At noon a lunch will be
served to the students at ths exchange
At ) p. ra. a dinner of the generous
proportions of a country banquet will be
served at ths Exchangs dining hall, at
which fully SOS guests will be present. The
guests. In sddiUoa to tho students, will in
clude Oovernor A. C. ghallenberger. Sen
ator Majors. Representative Clark, Q. W.
Wattles, president of the street railway
company: T. W. McCuUough. managing
sditor of Tbs Omsha Bee; Begeot Whit
more of Valley. Dean Burnett of the Uni
versity of Nebraska: Prof. R. H. Smith
of tbe School of Agriculture, and numerous
other guests of distinction, representatives
cf the Union Stock Tarda, tbe Jxchang.
the packers, and tbs Omsha railroad man
agers. After the appetites of the boys are satis
fied several sfter-dlnner talks will bs lis
tened to fiom tbe distinguished guests of
ths evening. Between I and I p. ra. C W.
Martin of Martin Bros.. Omaha, will ex
hibit a number of the best of moving pic
ture a. which were so popular at ths re
cent Cora show. At 1:1 p. m. ths Rock
Island special will atart on the return trip
to Lincoln with ths band of students.
Moraroorlto Marpmy DeW.
Word, waa leceivod last night of tbe
death la Stous City of Marguerite, daugh
ter of John J. Murphy. Miss Murphy baa
been ill for three years. Mr. Murphy Is a
b other of M. R. Murphy of too Cudahy
Packing company of this city. He formerly
lived ia this city, where be has many
friends around the stock yards.
Dewth Date to Aeeldeat.
Tbe verdict of the coroners )try over tbe
body of John Caauba. ths young Polish
boy who waa scalded ts death st tbe
Cudahy Packing company's plaat at 11
a. am. Moaday, waa that Caauba came to
tiia oeaih accidentally by falling into a
steaming vat. while la the performance
of his duty and la ths employ of tbe packing-
company. The evidence showed that
tbe young maa was dumpiug hoofs and
horns aad other glue snaking artlclcA lato
the vat and ta walking along the platform
provided asado a misstep ia a Seass cloud
of steam and fell Into tbe vat, He was
aoja pulled out. but not Before he had
been falsi y burned
It was discovered that the boy has a
brother In New York, but his parents are
in Poland. Tbe funeral will be held this
morning at 7:10 from the parlors of
Larkin Gentleman to St. Prances'
church. The burial will be In St. Mary's
Lear Broken Fall.
William Gammet Ml Washington streets,
while helping sbout his home Tuesday
rooming, broke bis leg Just above the knee.
He was carrying two rather heavy pails
of water from a well to' the house. Along
the way he had to step over a fence of
chicken wire. Hli toe caught in the wire
and threw him with violence to the ground.
AH his weight came on his knee and tbe
strain wss too greet for the thigh bone.
It wss fractured a few Inches above the
knee. He waa taken to the South Omaha
hospital under the care . of Dr. John
Koutsky. It Is simple fracture, but may
require s month to knit In the mean
time he haa a wife aad fttmily of five or
six small children, who had depended on
bint ror support He was a packing house
employs. - -vsju-
Hosne for Stride aad tiros at.
John Stonak. a Polish citlsen.' has friends.
They made him a present of a house on
ths occasion of his recent wedding In South
Omaha. As sn example of the confidence
with which tbe people of that lend grapple
with the problem of life the incident is a
type. Stonak wanted to marry and to be
gin home life. He had litUe. His wife
had little. His friends also bad little. Be
tween them they raised a purse of 176.
Thla they Invested In a bouse. They set
the house on some rallrosd property near
Boulevard and H streets, snd there Mrs.
Stonak will ait in her cottage of plain tar
paper and watch the return of spring- be
foio many weeka pass, by. The friends
said. "Rent la so high, we thought we
would help John get a little start. Ths
house ought to last three or four years,
until ha can build a better one."
sjagrle City Gossip.
The American Federation of Labor, lodge
hall m Beet 8luri' night at Eagle
Mrs. G. H. Brewer entertained the Pres
byterian King a Daughters yesterday after
noon. David Anderson, ons of the earliest plo
"f of Nebraska, celebrated his 77th
The Magic City Kigg'a Daughters will be
entertained by Mrs. v. C. Lambert Thurs
Edward Potach and Karmel Muchu,
Eighteenth and N streets, have been quar
antined on account of scarlet fever.
The funeral of Seward Wilson, son of
VVlioon. was held yesterday. Dr.
Wheeler conducted the ceremony. Tbe Yeo
men were present.
Isabella club will give a dancing
? fy V ?nte Friday evening. Feb
ruary . The proceeds will go to the aid of
deserving poor In South Omaha.
aTrunC",nl.Cit,rJT,ttor,,'y U Paring
5 . " .ar'" ordinance, requiring all
dealers In junk to psy a license snd to
p.wbrok1eyr.r'POrt f lt' " ,h
P. H. Shields' E. D. W elrs, Q. A Touna-
Lrr,,!Uh',e- Lo",B A.
uerrquist leave tomorrow morning to at
tend the stats convention of the Toune
Men a Chriatlan assoclstlon at Hastings.
The National Construction com pan v se
cured a Judgment by default vesterday in
the case of certsln clslms on Missouri ave.
bus. Ths city attorney at once moved for
an action of the court to set aside this
It Is reported that a number of residents
on Weot I, street are objecting to the
sward of Use dsmares ts property nf a cer
tain landowner by reason of the change of
fr?' Th r' f damages apparently
did not include all who thought they had
CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS
Council Wants to Know tie Reason
for Existence of Water Board.
EXTENSION OF MAINS BLOCKED
Tangle Over Fare-base of Wsrkt
Leaves Mark Property la Meetly
Belli Up Portions of tho City
Wllhoat Fire Frotectloa.
In accordance with a resolutioa adopted
by ths city council last alght a committee
composed of Council men Bridges, Davis
and McGovern will proceed to investigate
and disccver. If possible, some means
whereby the present conditions ss ts the
extensions of mains Id Omaha can bs reme
died. The resolution waa Introduced by
Councilman Bridges and was adopted with
out a dissenting vote.
Under present conditions snd while the
proposed purchase of the waterworks
system is tied up in the courts ths city
rsnnot order the extension of maina or
the installing of hydrants. This haa been
found to be a serious handicap la ths last
few years when there has been ' much
building in the suburbs. These outlying
districts sre entirely wubout fire protec
tion and ths city Is helpless and unabls to
relievo the sltuatioa.
Councilman Bridges, ths sutbor of the
resolution, said last night that he did not
know Just what could bo done, but that
be would confer with the committee mem
bers, ths city's legal department and tbe
attorneys for tho water board, and would
then probably go to Lincoln aad make an
effort to secure needed legislation for ths
Water oarS Beoolatloa.
Ths resolution follows;
Whereas. Six )ears ago ths legislslurs
of Nebraska created the water board for
the city of Omaha tor tbe purpose of enab
ling, the city of Omaha to at once acquire
by purchase the water works system of
Whereas. The attempt to acquire the
water worka system bss up to date proved
a failure, and at present hundreds of
thousands of dollars worth of property in
the city Is left without fire protection,
the Omaha Water company refusing to ex
lend Its water mains, and tho water board
seems utterly unsble to compel the water
company to extend such mams, now inere-
rore. be it
Resolved. That some action ought to be
taken, if oossibie. to relieve this aituatlon,
and that a committee of three members
of the council be appointed before tne aa
Journment of thla meeting, who are directed
to at once investigate tne matter and de
termine whether it ia possible for the
present legislature to take any action to
relieve the altuation. and if such commit
tee find that It is likely that some action
can be taken to give this city fire pro
tection, that it cause a bill to be drawn
and endeavor to have the same introduced
in the legislature at tbe earliest possible
In a report sent the council the city
elect ricien declares that no mors street
lights can be Installed, during 190. and
anleas mors thsn M per cent of ths taxes
sre paid some of the lights now installed
will have to be discontinued during the
last three month of the year. There are
now 1.014 electric arc lamps and 1,2 street
gss lamps. These cost ths city annually
li:,800. Against this expenditure the re
ceipta for the lighting fund amount to but
IHtt.tjnO, or M.2"0 short of the cost of the
lights. The chsrter limits using mors than
90 per cent of the funda appropriated until
taxes In excess of that per cent are
collected. It the tax collections are heavy
the lights can be run through the year,
otherwise soma must be discontinued.
Aato Ordlaaaeo Goe Back.
For the third time Councilman Brucker's
automobile ordinance waa sent to ths com
mittee of the whole for further discussion.
It waa la the committee Monday, but ths
chairman of that body. Councilman Mc
Govern, in his report to the council, made
tho ordinance read that the bond to be
furnished by -the drivers of automobiles
kept for hire are for safeguarding
pedestrians oa the street. This did not
meet with ths understanding of some other
members who maintained that the bonds
sre for the safety of those riding In the
automobiles snd to guard against theft of
merchandise transported- It was sent back
to the committee to have this straightened
Tiie ordinance repealing the ordinance
requiring the street commissioner to make
s monthly report to the city engineer waa
pasaed, wllh Councilman Ztmman'a vote
ths only one against ths measure.
invigorates and builds ftp the
devitalized, undermined sys
tem, whether it be from
disease, worry or overwork.
It strengthens the mind, the
nerves and the muscles; it
builds up the whole body as
nothing else will do.
Be sure to ftt Soorr'S E nriiO!.
The aumerous cheap iaaitations
aad substitutes will aot do yaa.
half as aauch food.
Uaatog tea passr. awe we wist us ysa
a l iisihn HaadsActasaf ass Warid."
SOOTT BOWMT, AOS Pwatl St, K T.
RAPID CHANGE FOR SULLIVAN
Proas a Coach la Geweral Weansrer's
Private Car to Irwa leak la
From a warm bed ia the private car of
a railway general manager to an iroa
bunk at the police station Is a far cry,
especially on a winter night, but this ex
perience is just whst befell Mike Sttllivsa
Mlks is a humble citisen of litUa influ
ence sod less wealth, and when night
came yesterday ha had no where to lsy
his bead. Wondering where he was going
to sleep. Mlks browsed around the Bur
lington tracks near the station looking for
sn empty car wherein to rest himself.
It so happened that the private car of
General Manager O. W. Holdrege was on
a side track near the depot. No sooner
had Mike's eagle eye discerned it than
through hla brain there flaahed an Inspira
tion. Hers was tbe lodging hs waa looking
With Mike to think is to act. That Is tbe
reason be sleeps in private care while leas
favored mortals must be content with hall
bedrooms. Into the car and Into the man
ager'a bed wss the work of only a few
seconds for Mike.
But all things must have aa end, even
living In private cara. The unlucky porter,
who bad fallen asleep at tbs switch, found
out that the snores bs heard were not the
ones of tbe manager. He investigated, the
police were called and Sullivan was tora
from his coucn of repose to tbs stern re
alities of tbe patrol wag-on.
BANKERS MEET AND TALK SHOP
Addresses Are Delivered hp Jf. F.
K re lard aad G. W.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Omaha chapter, American Institute of
Banking, was held last night in the Com
mercial club rooma.
N. F. Reckard of the Union Stock
Tarda National bank delivered an addreaa,
dealing with the early organisation of the
stock yards and the bank, and spoke of
differences ia methods In use as compared
with other banks or tbe city.
a. W. WatUes of tho United States Na
tional bank, delivered an addreaa full of
good advlcs to ths young msa who are
engaged In tbe study of banking. lie Illus
trated his remarks altb many incidents
from hla own experience.
Tbe evening closed with several dialect
sketches gives by Ooodwal Dickenaaa.
DARM ITOtkUtlOS lOlgt SEW IMG
Doa't dara stockings by bsad when you
can get a Singer Darner that can be used
oa any lock-stitch sewing machine. Makes
darning a pa sums. For aale at Siagor
slots. IkU Douglas street, Omaha, Kea.
"Regal" Spring Stylos
We have received the first uip
rncnt of new spring "RejraU"
and a handsomer stock of etjlish
shoes you've never laid eyes on.
4 'Regal' style means a good
deal more than the mere surface
style of some shoes you see it
means that YOUR "Regals" are
reproduced EXACTLY from the
ViV newest models of the exclusive
S "i V custom Vtntrrifilrprs rtf Kw
York and London. And
the CUSTOM STYLE of
"Regals" stays till the
shoes are worn out that's
because it's built in by the
most skillful shoe makers in the world. The genuine com
fort of "Regal" QUARTER-SIZES is something you will
FEEL just as long as you wear your "Regals."
Prices $3.50 and S4.00
OMAHA'S LEAPING CLOTHIERS - 1
Over the Fast Line
OMAHA to CHICAGO
Via Des Moines and Davenport
i Jll..L i I'
Into La Salle St. Station
Nearest Chicsro' business
SUX center, shopping and hotel Aill" fill"i
utsinci vniy one on
1323 FARNAM ST.
o t h i c ago
A THIS TRIES
MET Est FAILS.
f TBE OK MOSEY
Peerless Group Remedy
' Waal mother kas sot sapor leasee the harrowing fear of ems sad sissr save
sees the tisses bb s harn-s oatl a seat for tho sricias to reliefs a Mills
isSvrtr from eroas- Out all this ass he okTiatea h? keepisi s has of srlnkt'e
Wv-rlewe Croas Maa la the heese. This resee? is from s s"eriptOB of a
phrsletaa thai hsS Sftf rear sisertesee Is oreatles, ssS ae ctaisis taat this resseSf
Barer tallsS hla Is eases et eress-
srisklft orla ('rsis Steaiee- ts aeealiar Is ittsif. at it Is as eiieraal
applieauoa. odIbc swar with tbe aeresslif of noarlns rag oows a TOBBg chilS. a
Braottee that saouM sot he loaviea is ss losg as It caa hs s'OHtea
This rs.-BBSr hat heea sola for rears on a aosltire (atrssir to ear erooa
e artre of rtmr4f reraaSrS. aaS I herekr alborse all aaalers to fefeae tee
sric where the rM; goes sot So aii thai is elalaeS far it
A safe aaS snio resseer for the ears of Cross eaS the relief of CoasKs CeM.
Catarrh. Astasia. Wboopmc Ooack a as all klnSrsd ftea. Vor ss!a hy arBas.tt. or
aulas oa rrestst of rlos. IS seats, er 1. A. sraUHls. Villa arsis. III.
3quat llancn.. jg oo
Live Stock Farm, $3,00
Poultry Ranches. VegetaLlo $10.00
Gardens, Private Country Club, $11.00
Race Track and Polo Grounds,
' Private Livery, Wireless Telegraph,
Art Gallery and Picturesque Golf Links,
Good Table, Good. LlTlng. Cheerful Service,
Rates Graduated to AIL Reasonable Requirements,
Accommodations for One Thousand Guests
Artesian Well and Refrigerating Plant,
Conservatories, Green Houses, A
Whole Mile of Geraniums. Open
All the Year Round. 80.000
Fine Rosebushes. Child
ren's Grove, Zoo,
Would be Pleased, to Send You Booklet
MTLO M. POTTER, Blanagcr
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