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TIIE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, JTLY 16. 1910.
Tho Greatest Lino of Straw Hats and Warm Weather Furnishing- Ever
Brought to Omaha Pricos Ridiculously Low ' ,
CURIOUS BELL HOP FINDS OUT
Tarns on the Fire Alarm at Lincoln
Hotel and Bum.
PANDEMONIUM BREAKS LOOSE
Lobby Looks Like Maria Dar la
Tntneil -Lamber Rata H ear
la C antlaaed- Malaa la
State Volunteer j
Fire Tournament j
Runninfr, Teams from Twenty-Two
Town Will Contest for Long
List of Priiei.
(From a BUff Correppondent)
LINCOLN. July H. pe-lal Telegram.)
A face that might have teen famlllnr
around one of the hotel has disappeared,
and when the story is told It can readily
be reasoned why. This young man v.
employed as a bell-hop. He was Instructed
tn his duties by the curtain, and In his
rounds ha was shown a little box with
glars front. He was told that to break
that box would start the fire alarm In
every room In the hotel.
The young man did not believa H. He
could not sea how such a thing could be
possible. 60 at the first opportunity he
tested It He broke the glass. Instantly
bedlam broke loose In that hotel. Men,
women and children rushed out of their
rooms, many carrying their, belongings and
some not dressed for the street. The new
boy made a bee Hne for the clerk s desk
and confessed what he had done. But
those bells could not be stopped. The tele
phones to the rooms were put to work and
everything posilble was dona to stop ex
citement, but It required Just fifteen min
utes for those alarms to quiet down, and
tn that time the lobby of the hotel looked
Ilka moving day In the tenement district.
He was isst hesrd of passing through the
Umber near Podunk.
Lamber Rata Hrtilas Cuatlssta.
The State Railway commission haa post
poned the hearing of the Omaha dealera
lumber rate complaint until September 14.
This Is the complaint, where the dealers
are asking for a reduction in rates from
Omaha to points out in the state.
Mains Cettlas Aw fat Busy.
State Food Inspector Mains has given
retail dealers until. August J to get rid of
the products of the National Biscuit com
pany, which have not sismped upon the
packages the net weight of the contents.
In a letter to the company Mr. Mains sets
out that he did not attempt to bring any
action In this matter uni.ll the sectlont of
the law requiring the tmp of the net
weight had been tried out In the courts.
This haa been done, he says, and the bia
cult company must get busy, but the date
Is after the primary election.
TORK. Neb.. July ll (fcspeclsl.) York is j
making great preparations to entertain the j
largtst crowd la its history during the Ne-
urunj state volunteer r ireraen miu u- ,
men i, which is to be held here July IS to "5.
Twenty-two running trams from all parts
of the state have decided to come here and
compete for the many cash prists that are
being offered. The track is within ont
block of the square and everything possible
is being done to make thing as comfort
able as possible for the visitors.
Following is the list of towns that are
sending running teams
FAMILY OF ORPHANS
UNITED AT HOLDREGE
After Forty Tears of Separation Tbey
Meet Once More la Little
HOLDREGE. Neb., July IS. (Special )
"Forty-two years ago. In the town of Oen
eseo. 111., little Emma Wlllard, an orphan
baby 1 year old, was adopted Into tho boma
of Mr. and Mrs. John Erlckaon, It waa
rot an Ideal home by any means, a prairie
schooner traveling from that part of the
country to tho vicinity of tha famous
Plko'a Peak territory. Yet the child was
given all the love that a cbildloaa woman
like Mrs. Erlckson could bestcw on an
adopted charge. The little on had two
Bisters and one brother.- all of vhotn were
taken Into separate homes and o scattered
that the years had almost obliterated every
tie between them. But those who had re
mained in the vicinity of tho Illinois town
were able to get in touch with each other
finally, but the youngest child could not be
traced, and for forty-two years she was
lost to her sisters and brother.
The family haa Just been reunited here,
tho home of Mrs. Fred Brooks being tho
scene of the happy meeting. Mrs. Brooks,
her brother, Aleo Wlllard of Iowa, and
sister, Mrs. Charles Johnson of this county,
and the youngest sister, now Mrs. Emma
Bergner of Boulder, Colo., have come to
gether after a separation of over two score
years. Mrs. Bergner, the Pike's Peak
child, haa made her home at Boulder for
a number of years. Her foster parents
finally, after much wandering In the Rocky
mountains, settled at that Rlace, and there
she began her married life. Only a few
months ago did her brother and sisters
discover ber whereabouts, following a
search that began more than thirty years
MORE ABOUT POELL SHORTAGE
Gnat lalasid Official la Aeeweea of
raddiaa; Pay Roll.
GRAND ISLAND. Neb.. July IS. (Spe
cial.! Accountant J. H. Harrison haa filed
with the county clerk an addendum to his
recent report In which it was shown that
the then county clerk. George 11- Poall.
had ralaed tho amount paid out for office
help to the extent of several hundred dot
) are, which showing caused the resignation
of Poell and the appointment by the board
of Richard Buens as clerk to fin the
vacancy. The addendum consists of an af
fidavit made by K. K. Gerspacher, a demo
crat, as was Poell, and as is bis successor
and the county board, stating that be was
for a period of something less than two
months employed by Poell at the rate of
146 per month and that he had been paid,
in all, not over $75. The books show the
amount paid out to be over $J00. In view
of this further showing it is believed that
the county board, will Investigate more
fully into other payments and institute suit
to recover from the bond. The former dif
ference was paid In by Poell at once.
Following Is the program:
TUESDAY. JULY 36 : A. M.
Largest Delegation of Visiting Firemen
Pric, oU banner.
JUafct Uniformed Company Priae, L
RACES-1:30 P. M.
Class A 25o Yards. rti algmaway First,
second, J0; third, I JO.
Hook and Ladder t?tralghtway First,
I'm. second. third. DO.
Class H 2&0 Ysros. Btraigbiaway First,
Sou; second, $30; third, DO.
Firemen's Championemp Puce, 2J) Tarda
First, ,16; second. flO; thlr.l, Jo.
Chiefs' Kace, 1M Yards First, 110; sec
Jtxtra prises will be Kiven by manufac
turers of firemen s supplies to be distributed
among teams winning prises.
WEDNESDAY. J JY il :3J A. M.
An Exhibition by Paid Department A the
and hitch and run to fire, to be handled by
chemicals. Prises, glory and advertisement.
RACES 1:99 P. M.
Class A 250-Yard Hose Race First, IdO;
second, 130; third, 120.
Hook and Ladder First, 1150; second, SJO;
Fitty-Foot Coupling Contest First, tU;
second. $10: third, $5.
Class B 250-Yard Hose Race First, $50;
second, SJO; third, $20.
THURSDAY, JULY -l:30 P. M.
Water Fight Between Four Visiting Fire
men First, 110; second. So.
100-Yard Wet Hose Race First. $15; sec
ond. $10; third, $5.
Class A 25o-Yard Championship Hose
Race First. 60; second, So0; third. $.
Open 150-Yard State Championship Hook
and Ladder trace and belt; First, $50; sec
ond, $30; third, $J0.
Class B 20-Yard State Championship
Hoee Race First, second. $30; third. $2o.
Slate Championship Ladder Contest
First, $10: second, $5.
Btate Championship Coupling Contest
(three feet First, $21; second, $16; thlid. 110.
ISO-Yard Ftee-for-AU Hose Race, Straight
awayFirst, $7f; second, $o0; third, $30.
Consolation Race for Clasa B for the Two
Teams Making the tiloweat Time During
Tournament In Coupling or Hose Races
One money, $25.
. in j ir 77o 1 , V;(l
t rnii " i. 'ijAK 'K W Sl! j
The Home of Quality Clothes
Now for another week of our great salo
men's, young men's arid chaldron's suits
MRS. PE!-Y SERIOUSLY HURT
Ftsllertoa Wtnli Tsriirs froas
Harae at Hat Springe, S. D.
HOT SPRINGS, S. D., July 14. (Special
Talegram.) Mrs. Minnie Freeman Penney,
wife of E. B. Penney of Fullerton, Neb.,
met with ' a serious accident hero this
morning while horseback riding. The horse
became frightened and fell, then rolled on
Mrs. Ptnney, breaking tha collar bone and
causing a compound fracture of the right
leg. Tha Injuries whila of a serious nature
may not prove fatal. There are no internal
We're cleaning house fast but an ample assortment
still remains bargains greatest ever greatest number of enthusiastically
satisfied customers that ev.cr favored an Omaha store When you can get
such bargains as ours it will pay you to buy for future use.
Regular $10.00 to $35.00 three piece
Regular $7.50 to $25.00 two piece
outing suits for...
Boys and Children's Suits in Broken Lots Now Soiling at
m i.m mil iim u.B.ip.iL'. J..I il.'...iv. ...i -r----..-
Fssersl of Mra. Daawrea.
PLATTSMOUTH. Nab., July 11 (Special.)
Mrs. Bally Agnew Dameron died at Lng
Beach, Cel., one week ago today. - The
body, accompanied by Mrs. ft. H. Atwood,
arrived in this city this morning and was
taken to the homo of Mrs. C. H. Parmele,
her grandmother, where the funeral serv
ice, ware conducted by Canon H. B. Bur
gess, assisted by Rev. Lew Wallace Cade.
Miss Sally Agnew waa born in this city
and grew to womanhood here. She was a
daughter of Mrs. Nellie P. Agnew and waa
married to Dr. B. F. Dameron, a dentist.
In the "borne of her uncle, C. C. Parmele,
on June S. 1MB. 6he is survived by a hus.
band and their eon. interment was In Oak
Hill cemetery, by tha side of her father,
on sister and only brother.
R.aal.s at Fart Kearser.
KEARNEY, Neb.. July 15. (Special.)
The fourth annual reunion of tha Fort
Kearney National Park association will be
held this year on August 24, X and 4. It
la planned to make this year's gathering
the largest yet. and speakers of national
importance are being secured for addresses
during this period. During tho gathering
various points of historical Interest will be
marked with large granite markers. The
various committees are starting their work
now and in a few days a program will be
Issued and distributed all over the United
Tanas Baptists at GraaS Island.
GRAND ISLAND. July 15. (Special. )
The atate assembly of the Eaptist Toung
People's union and tha School of Methods
for Sunday School Workers will be held
here, beginning next Sunday and lasting
eight days. The two meetings will be held
tn connection with the Orand Island Chau
tauqua. Dr. M. D. Eubank, a rolsslonsiy
from China, sill deliver a aeries of ad
dresses on mission work.
The other speakers will be heard tn turn
at morning and evening sessions every day.
Among them will be Dr. George Sutherland,
president of the Grand Island college; Dr.
George T. Webb of Philadelphia, Dr. & Z.
Batten of Dei Moines snd Prof. J. A. Baber
of Normal, Ntb. '
Sheriffs Meet at Kearaey.
KEAFt.NET, Neb., Julyy IS. (Special.)
Tha annual convention of the sheriffs of
Nebraska was held In this rlty today.
Aboat fifty sheriffs were present, and they
came from various pirta of ths stifle. The
Commercial club entertained the delegates
fi the afternoon by giving them a big au
tomobile ritle' ending op at the base ball
park where they witnessed the Kearney
Capitalists wallop the Heating's team.
Imn trustee! by Traction Kaalae.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb, July IS (Spe
cial.) While aiding a threshing outfit on
the farm of Karl t'asteel, in Hamilton
county. W. B. Rder ie caught between
the traction engine and the feeder as the
outfit as about to pull aaay from the
RVSHV1LLK Conditions here since the
fine rains last week continue to Improve,
and prospects are good for an average
crop with first-class corn and potatoes.
BEATRICE J. N. Couch, living near De
Witt, has finished threahlnc his wneat.
and reports a yield of thirty-one bushels
to the acre. This is tha best yield re
ported this year.
WTMORE Fire did damage to the
amount of about S1.M to the residence of
Jamea Hroch, In the east part of town. The
blase started In the kitchen snd Is supposed
to have been caused from fire In a cook
stove. KEARNET The State Industrial school
will organise a band among the boys of
the Institution. A competent instructor
has been secured and Superintendent Man
ual states that there Is some very good
musical talent among the boys.
RUSH VI LLR The new flour mill, erected
at a cost of liti.Oue, and for which the town
subscribed $1,008 and the site. Is about com
plete. Its capacity is seventy-five barrels
a day, and a long felt want will be In
operation this fall as soon ss the hsrvest
RC8HVILLE The body of the young
man. Booth, who committed suicide thir
teen miles from Bingham In Uo sowth of
the county, was brought to Gordon and In
terred In the cemetery there by his step
father yesirrdsv. 'i'lie coroner secured a
verdict of suicide.
KEARNEY Fire bmke out in the home
of J. b. Boaker Wednesdsy evening and
before the fire department could be of
any assistance, the building and hounehoid
goods were completely destroyed. There
a as no Insurance on the household goods,
but the house was partially covered.
WTMORE A heavy rain fell here Isst
night, being of considerable benefit to corn
and other growing crops. A severe elec
trical storm accompanied the rain, light
ning and thunder ocouring lnressantly for
over an hour. Several trees In and near
the city were struck by lightning and badly
BEATRICE The Beatrice Commercial
club haa secured the necessary amount to
i vt r.a'.rice a bid on the national cours
ing meet, and laat evening wired the h!4
Sll 250. The sum of S3.2 money on
hand or In banks was returned. This is
less than one-half the amount on deposit
In the banks of the county aa shown by
the bank statements.
WTMORE Marshal Barney Schlangen
has adopted as a rule for boarders at the
city Jail that all who don't work don't eat.
As a result the expenses for boarding have
been reduced to 16 cents per day per man.
A loaf of bread and lots of water consti
tute a meal for those who don't care to cut
weeds or work on the streets. The Jail
was empty roost of last week and this.
FULLERTON The eleventh annual ses
sion of tha Fullerton Chautauqua opens
Aua-ust 1 and closes AuKust 28. The list of
talent includes, Lou. J. Beauchamp, Father
J. M. Cleary, Mrs. Z. H. Zehner, Mayor
James C. Dahlman, Shungopavi, senator
Lalla, Dr. H. V. Adams, Mohammed All,
Wm. Sterling Battls, Dr. H. H. Harmon,
Dr. H. W. Sears, Misa Elsie Brown, Fiehee
Kohinn Concert comnany. Ohautauaua Lae
dies' orchestra of Chicago, Columbia Ten-
nesaeean Jubilee Singers, Fullerton con
cert band, etc.
FULLERTON Fullerton is experiencing
a great building boom this summer. A
large number of modern dwellings are be
ing erected. A contract wasi let last week
to Assanmacher & Co. of Lincoln for the
erection of a S.,000 school building and a
Sai.OJtt Presbyterian church. Drake. Wil
liams & Mount Co. ol umana nave tne
contract for erecting a S3. 200 steel reser
voir, and are now engaged In erecting the
same. A sewer system la being agitated.
and will likely be the next publio Im
provement to be put In.
College for Denlaoa.
- DENISON, la., July 16.-(Speclal.) There
is a move on foot for the German Evan
gelical Synod of North America to found
an educational institution at Denlson. The
church is expecting to raise some SSO.000 to
put the undertaking on its feet The trus
tees of the Denlson Normal school are
tendering tho fine improvements here for
the use of tha denominational school if
proper terms can be arranged. x
lawa News Notea.
. ESTHERV1LLE Rev. Orlando Pershing
of Ada. O.. baa accepted a call to the pas-
.w v .... X D.-J - - j
cHy, commencing August 1.
IDA GROVE While assisting In the prep-j
aratlons for installing new machinery for
a twenty-four-hour electric current. Me
ager Roy Clifton, of the Ida Grove Elec
tric company fell fifteen feet and broke
IDA GROVE The board of supervisors
let the contract to the Marsh Engineering
company of Des Moines for a concrete
arch bridge across the Odebolt river at
this point. The arch will be sixty-one feet,
the first concrete bridge in Ida county.
IOWA C1TT The United States War de
partment has decided to station troops of
the Sixth cavalry 40 men and 700 horses
at Iowa City for a brief period In October,
when the soldiers are to be transferred
from Fort Harrison, lnd., to Fort Dei
Moines, this state.
IDA GROVE Bishop Lewis, former pres
ident of Mornlngslde college, but now
Methodist bishop to Chins, will address
the people of Ida Grove Sunday morning
and evening and tell something of the grat
work for Christianity which is being car
ried on in the far east. The bitshop returns
to China soon.
IOWA CITY Mrs. Ferdinand Diets,
burned In a gasoline explosion on the
Fourth of Vuly. is tieail at her home in
Walcott. la., where the accident occurrevl.
She was il years of age. Her husband,
one daughter and four sons survive. She
wss a native of Harlan, her maiden name
being Edith Cass. '
IDA GROVE A slow, soaking rain for
twelve hours Wednesday night and Thurs
day morning put crops In Ida county in
fine shape. The county has had a shower
once a week all spring; corn is as good or
better than last year and oats la turning
out a larger crop than expected. Alto
gether It promises to be a very good year
MASON CITY Relatives in this city were
today pprrlsed by telegram of the de.tth
of Mr. Edith Deitx. at her home In Wol
cott, la. A few days sko a gas-llghiing
plant that was used In their residence ex
ploded setting her clothing on fire snd
(rightfully burning her liody. From tne
Injuries then received she passed away
OA UN FR Fifty years married, starting
out in Hfe at Corinth. Mlt.s.. where the
groom wss stationed as a lieutenant in the
federal army, and living in a house built
from a iKtwder magazine and log. Is tne
record of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Kobtnson,
who have Jut celebrated their golden wed
ding. They have been residents of Han
cock since 1R84.
IDA GROVE Disputing the right of a
motorcycle to half the road, young farmers.
who had been to the loan of Arthur, kept
at i ai;ht on when they saw a motorcycle
ridden by John Carlson, the Arthur black
smith, bearing down upon them. Carlson
IOWA MINES ARE PRODUCTIVE
, . i j
Over Eight Million Tons of Coal for
THIRTY-THREE .MINES IN POLK
Inspector Sweeney Calls Attention to
Lars Naaaber of Fatal Accl
aeats At brook Fighting
From a Staff Correspondent)
DES MOINES, July IS. (Special Tele
gram.) The total coal production of Iowa
last year was over 8,000,000 tons, according
to the report of Edward Sweeney, one of
tha three state mine Inspectors, made to
the governor today. In Polk county alone
there are thirty-three mines, with S.7H
miners and a production of 1,647,000 tons.
The Inspector calls attention to the alarm
ing Increase in the number of fatal acci
dents and he declares that the skill of the
ooal miner is becoming less each year. He
recommends to tha governor that a com
mission bo named completely to revise the
Iowa laws as to mining, on the theory
that the conditions have vary much changed
and that the introduction of new machinery
and different methods necessitates a revi
sion of the laws. -
A 1 brook Fights Flaa.
M. - O. Albrook, convicted recently on a
charge of the illegal sale, of corporate
stock, paid tha COO fine assessed against
him by Judge DeGraff following his con
viction. The sentence jarried with it im
prisonment for one day in tha county Jail.
Alrtok baa not served Ills time, however,
M n! attorneys are making a struggle
to Iifie the jail sentence remanded.
Albi'r;. was convicted on an indtctment
drawn ip under the Peterson anti-watered
stock jiiw It is alleged that as an officer
of tbi Fire Food Cider company he sold
cot-jurat stock in the Institution in viola
tion of the law.
318-320 South 16th. St.
FinaJ Clearance SaJe
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At Omaha's Beautiful New Exclusive Store
Three Weddings at Esthervllle.
ESTHERVILLE. Ia., July IS. (Special.)
Jay A. B osworto and Elsie Reed, both of
this city, were married here by Rev. W. C.
Wasser of the Methodist Episcopal church.
They will reside hero.
Mr. Cecil B. Wolfe and Alice M. Johnson
of Hoprlg were married here by Rev. Ben
Franklin of the Baptist church, They will
make this their home.
Mr. Andrew G. Lundgren of Jud, N. D.,
and Miss Margaret McGregor of Belmont,
la. ,'wero married here at the home cf Mr.
and Mrs. William Lulkarf Tbey will reside
Sold at QIO.OO,
This remarkable sale should not be overlooked by
anyone. Think of the offer! Orkin's Linen Suits at
$5.75, which is less than the cost of making. , Garments that arc so
practical, whether for automobile or street wear or outing.
Several hundred suits to choose from,
all perfectly tailored in the very new
Regular Prices $10, $12.50
and $15, Saturday at .... .
Iowa Kaareme Coart in Error.
DENISON. Ia.. July l"w-Special.) It
would appear that the Iowa supreme court
was hasty In announcing that It overruled
the application for a retrial of the Haesen
murder case coming from this county.
There was a stipulation on file giving the
defendants until July IS to file a reply to
the argument of the state, and this had
been overlooked when the diclslon wss
given affirming the Judgment of the lower
court Additional argument will be made,
and in the meantime the decision of the
court will be withheld from publication.
J. the national secretary. The meet will , ml.0 ,,urk lo hu h,lf of ,ne TA 41ld
be held ten days in October and will bring
a larce number f dug func rrs from all
sections of the country.
BEATRICE The U-year-o'.d son of Chris
fipilker. living went of f'irkrell. was blttn
twice on the left 'ot yexlrrdsy by a tattie
anake while sliorklng iet. For a time
the boy was settuiy 111. but the prompt
arrlvl of a physician from Plekrell saved
h'ut. A year ago a brother of the boy was
; bitten In tha sains field by a raulrr.
Castes! farm, and Was seriously, and k; Is SKWARIA total of 1 .7 aul.-mo Vies In
bausved fatally, crushed. Tfes engine was ?' u' en April I. was yaJud .t TJ ..
kir- Ut ..naraur M lbs time, iL Z' .' "aa.V.1!
lltaion resulted In which the horse mas
so bad'.y cut up it had t j be shot. Carlson I
tai badiy bruised, but no bones were
CLARION W. H. Cerr. a prominent csp
Italial from Lincoln, Wo., l.ss contracted
With the rount-tl of this rltv for the pur
t'haae of the electric light plant and with
it a twenty-five-year franchise of the
etraeis and alleys for lighting and heating
purpo.es. The rnnsideratlon Is Is SiO. The
ouundl rsnnot dispose r.f the property
without the consent nf the voters and an
election has been called to be held August
U for aa expression on tag metier.
Cfcaataaqna at Clear Lake.
MASON CITY, Is.. July 15. (Special -The
Clear Lake Chautauqua will be held
from July 31 to August 12. The following
Is the talent engaged for dates. In order
named: Dr. Luther Freeman, Ople Read,
Eureka Glee club, Khungopavi, PhideUth
Rice, Mrs. Maybrlck. Monroe Markley, Mrs.
Suowden. Dr. Charles Aked. Miss Edith A.
Larson, concert; Whitney Brothers' quar
tet and Hon. F. G. Dunn. All the cottages
at Clear Lake are now filled and tents
have been brought Into requisition, making i
very comfortable camping Quarters.
- . i mm pi. w.ir.ww . i h ll.iyiB,
VIA SON CITT. la.. July 11. tpeclel Tel
egram.) With hatpin, racor and strych
nine Mra C. Harry Stripe attempted to
uemmit suicide last night, the gives as
a reason the conduct of her husband, who
has several times served time for drunk
enness. Her first attempt was to open up
an artery with a hatpin. By her side was
a rasor, but before using that she took
Btrychnine. Doctors have been working
over her and she may recover.
Tht Key to ths Sltuaucn fiae Want Ads.
ors and stripes, probably 15 different shades
of plains. You'd grab them at a quarter.
Saturday, beginning at eight EOCll
17i fall ftnC Ribbons, in fancy pat
iilUllUIId terns. The season's stock of nov
eltiesuseful for a hundred things all the time
any time. Use them or keep them, but buy
them you must on Saturday at 10 a. m. in
All that sold-. 1PA All that sold 07
ItlL uo to 55c at., -il
up to 35c, at. .
Just think of
the most staple
thing in the hosiery business a plain black,
full fashioned stocking of just the proper
weight for twenty-five cents. Saturday night
at eight o'clock the price will Jjjg P()jr
Thomas 'Kilpafrick & Co.
TAKE ADVANTAGE CF THESE
Hoi tfealhar Bargains
xvaszzs. o dsb ir-non.
California Claret, per qt.SBo, 3 So. SOo
California Relating, per qt.aso, 35 o, SOe
California Port, per qt...oe, 35a, ooo
California Sherry, per qt 36a, ooo
California Angelica. Tokay, Madeira,
etc, per qt 36c, oOo, TBo
gome-af ade a rap Wlna. red ox white,
pes gallon 91.00
Fine summer drink when served
with cracked ice.
(-year-old Kentucky Bourbon Whis
key; per qt.. 91.001 per gal.,. . .fa.00
Mall Orders "Promptly ruled-
181 sTorth 10th It. Oyp. Postoffloe.
How About Garbage?
Has the garbage man been
prompt this summer 1
If he hasn't, be sure to tele
phono the health department of
the city and complain, for the
matter is vital.
Every time the garbage man
fails to visit your back yard it
means that a fresh consignment
of flies will gather around the
And if flies are allowed to
stay in the back yard they'll
find some way to get into tha
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