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T1IH HUE: OMAHA. MONDAY, DECKMHETZ 25.
HISTORIC CHRISTMAS DAYS
Events Linked with the Great Holi
day ia American Annals.
8HAU0WS AITO SraSHIITE MINGLE
1b rilrrlm' First (Brtatniaa
GlimH of nvblatlaarr Christ,
ma Mad Jar ef Ullfr
Tlil af rear.
Christmas In our land this year Is a
striking contrast 'to that Christmas time
made famoua by tlie starting of a little
pilgrim colony at Plymouth. It thoee
people had hwn holiday loving, they
would aurtlr have had a merry Chrlst
maa on that 2fth of Lecember, W:0. Then
they went ashore to build their flist
bouse, a cabin vhloh waa to. be the cotii
loon shelter of them all. For nearly four
months thry liad been on tlio oceiin In
their nood ship the Mayflower. During
this time they had encountered heavy
torma which blew their craft tip the
roast far from where they had expected
ta make a settlement. Their provisions
were becoming exhaurtrd. Many of their
number were weakened by enduring the
herdlr!p of life at era. A landing to
them meant a new home where they
Might enjoy th privileges for which thty
had been striving for many yearn.
Reaching the gal, cold and comfort
leas, aa It waa In December, the landing
mad them glad, for they were anxlnui
to leave 1hlr ship. If th aelUera had
been folio era' of John Smith they would
have undoubtedly made a merry Chrlat
rnaa. They would have feasted on the
beat In their larder. They would have
eung their merriest aonfta, worn tho boat
that their wardrohee afforded and. above
all, they would have road the time a
The pilgrims had long' Unco regarded
audi relebratlona aa wicked. They had
illrdalned' using the holly and mistletoe
ut this season, for t6 them such action
taa-mrd pagan. The elaborate ohurcli
'ivli of their, own Kngllsh people on
I'lii.simns day had become audi a
goi-geoua display that the dimple-minded
l-tl klooa tealota would have thought It a
in to take part In audi celebration.
. T!i little band of about 104 stench and
tiled wanderers felt It a vlrture to deny
Ihemeelvea the moat harmless of worldly
pleasures. They had aearched hi their
Bibles to find tome authority for Jollify
cation on Chrlatmaa day, but they found
nothing written there. Thinking then
that It waa their duty to help atamp out
sttch customs they marked the day aa
a 'black feeat. No doubt the little chil
dren who went tahore that Monday to
watch their mothers ' Bo ' the waahtng
wished thry were back In the land where
they might at leant alng their Chrljtmaa
Their Raiy Hart
The man were all very buay. for Elder
rrcwater Would not have allowed the
day to be an exruao for any frivolity. In
tcad of playing tha games which their
forefathera had taught them to play on
t'hristmaa day aome of tha man felled
timber, aome cawed, aome built, ao that
Ihey were proud Id "write back to thoee
left behind In Kngland ' "that no man
icatod all that day." Although thea
people were harah taakmaatera to them
ive they, were a. bravo, company.
If they did not Indulge 'in an? gayety
to oelebrate their glndneaa upon atartlng
their settlement neither did they complain
of their discomfort. Landing waa a hap.
ptneaa to them In establishing a new
home free from persecution, but It waa
alao a arrow, for It meant the aeverlng
forever from their own loved land and
friends In far-away England, i
Tha bar ftelda of Plymouth could not
havo held out a very cordial invitation to
the exiles. The Cold wind could not have
whispered messages of hope and promise,
ft caae or plenty. mill tha Pllgrlma went
about their work with an ear neat purpoee.
They.muat have foreseen that before tha
coming of spring their colony would be
decreased In number. Yet on that flrat
Chrletmae day In a new land they la
bored, ahartng what they had with each
other. They had no Chrletmae aa we see
It. but the eplrlt of the day must aurely
have been present at Plymouth, for In
bflng free from religious Interference
and in helping each other they ahared the
feeling of ' leace on earth, good will to
men." .. ,v ,i
Dark nye ef Rvalatlea.
The dark daya beforo Chrlatmaa had
been a literal truth to the continental
rmy In 177. ; TH Brltlah had taken New
Vork.' Thera the American -troop bad
fallen Into eopfuelon, atitha eight of the
Engllfh forces..' Uahy of tha continental
army fled., General Washington, In Ma
dlaguat at auch actions, aaked: ' "Are
tha tha man W.tri wiionj' I am to defend
America?- la al) of our cam pa thera wai
great depraaslon. At Harlem there war
no hoapltala for tha troopa. Tha alck were
laid la barat or aheda, by fenoea or cloa
to waaafdMbarTiey might be protected
muca aa poaalbla from tha weather.
Keglmenta war falUng away from tha
' army became f tha asplrauon -of their
eerrico. . . -
Many aeaerted. but few would enllat
Vaahlngtooa appeal to congreaa had
awed aome In thla matter, for that legla
latlva body offered a bounty of $ for
anllatment. and laod grant were prom
laod aoJdlera.' At Kort Washington and
Port Lee Cenerai liawe aa4 Lord Corn
wallta had been aucceasful In capturing
tha eontln4sntal forcea vlu their baggage
awl military atorea. pay after day
Jbrought freaa mlafortunea to our army
,aKl' Oeacral Washington f'.ed from place
ta place with bU dliiunlehed forca. Tha
convention at Naw York alao moved from
placa to place. The troopa wre uniting
with tha . Brltlah. The American army,
numbering- ealy a few thouaaad at th
end of Novaoiber. waa retreating Into an
even country .her hey wouM be with,
cut tata. blanket. Intienchsnont tuola.
tjLfilcJent e!otl:n or ev. ahoaa during
what promUed to be a aevere winter,
Nti, ncw Urunawlck, Princeton anU
Trenton hoU all teen tekn by tho Ena-
llh. The Aruwieaa fleet v.a bottled up
-i ma jrro-Meiica rler. Oeaoral Lea,
who ralght have aided Waahlngicn by I
edJng tU raguait to Joia hlr.l. purpoaoly
jex.Ui.eJ away. At laat. when h waa
alu4 pilaoaer by Ua Orlliili, hla auc
rcMKir. UeoaveJ Suliixap. haune4 to the
rjiinatukiiia-c,iK: h'.t troopa, n-
iica.4,f 0sal Waaiingwa fereea to
l.tCft ConrtM, altiirj l.t Pb.-.aUlphA.
fuid U aafwr ia adjoun ta Saiumre.
A J tlU. tune lhay gj aotaU Waahlngtan
..imiKa power over lae avray ta extend
tot ae-.-eral taouwhs,
nreaJtUar f Feaal.
ti waa fo.iunt that Amerloa'g eoav
vaeriier-lnhlef J-.aJ baen brougitt Up la
,rg;&la. whra th people kept Christ
osa la about the tame way 0 UtoJr
r.t-g-.j,a aottore itad ione. WaaWnrtaa
k-.xv iaa; at thla aeaiion the victorious
Trtj lixOi at Trenton would eortalnly
A v7 a good. Kr.sUao Chrtattiiaa, and a
bJtef tl.aa the American eo4rJ
JW nat that meant. For t:iia
reeaoa be deckled that tbere waa na ;m.
Lie Um preaena for an atuck, and ao tt
kJ liat ha 4trniiae4 IBe Itoa-
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tunities will be offered you'll find simply matchless.
lloiimied lluck Towels, full
hize, whito or colored bor
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K.xtra heavy and larMlei"
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Women's, Misses' and Children's Outer Garments at Ha J
The sale that thousands look forward to, writ for, participate in; a sale that means just 50o savings on all gar
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is the stock that we are compelled to separate the sales offering Tuesday, Women's and Misses' Coats, Suits and Furs
25 Pieces ct Fine
Silk Peon Velvets
Alao erect pile Quality. $1.00 yd.
values, all colors, black
included. Clearing Salo
Tueiidajr, yard . . . ,
Strictly pure linen Hemmed
or. Hemstitched Huck Tow
el, worth 50o, each. . ,35c
Imported Mercerised ' Satin
Damask, CO inches .wide,
worth Too, yard...'550(!
Strictly pure linen Hummed
Table Cloths, sizeUxlO
slightly soiled worth $3.00
Full dinner size Napkins, all
pure linen, nssorU'd pat
terns, worth $4.00 dozen
G for ......98c
Less Than? H
sal a .
values u tt
Hulta All kinds audi'
lar 11 values :....'
Men's Fleered rndnW-7Iteu-
lar 76c and 11.00 values, all
lies and colors, at 49 33
Children's Jersey lUbbed Veats
or rants -All sizes to 34 vests
or panta, on sal Tuesday
t 25 20t d 15
Men's, Women's and Children's
Gloves All kinds, values to $1,
on salo at ....4f) and 250
25c Quality lloalery Men's
..Ladles' and Children's, 12 Via '
Ladies' and Misses'
All $10.00 Coats at ..$5.00
All $15.00 Coats at . . .$7.50
Includes a fine -line of
plush, caracul, reversible, and
plaid back coat.
All $20.00 Coats ....$10.00
All $25.00 Coats at . .$12.50
Sealctte, Plushes, Caraculs
etc., all included in these.
All $30.00 Coats at . .$15.00
All $40.00 Coats at . .$20.00
All $50.00 Coats at . .$25.00
All Evening Coats and
Wraps at Just Half Price.
Tuesday Morning Choice of
200 Children's Coats that
sold to $5.00, all sizes from
2 to G years, will bo offered
you at ....$1.00
Women's One-Piece Wash
Dresses Itfne assortment,
values up to $3.50, in Tues
day's clearance sale $1.00
Rousing Specials in Boys
' .?.. jji- - -J j '
Indies' Long Crepe and
Flannelette Kimonos, sold
regularly up to $2.03, on
s..io Tuesday ....... ,89c
fill Tiilored Suits at Half
$10.00 Tailored Suits $5.00
$15.00 Tailored Suits ............ $7.50
$20.00 Tailored Suits . $10,00
$25.00. Tailored Suits . . f . . . . . . , $12.50
And All Other Tailored Suits at Just Half.
. i ' -,
Ladies' Flannelette Dressing Sacques that sold reg
ularly up to $1.50, on sale Tuesday at ..... .59c
All the Furs
at Just Half
$98.00 Seal Coats $49.00
$175.00 Beaver Coats, 36-in.
finest quality ; .$87.50
$250.00 Alaska Seal Coats
54-in. elegant garments,
to close Tuesday at $125.00
$125.00 Caracul Fur Coats
Best quality, on salo Tues
day, at $62.50
Long Astrakhan Coats
Itegular $100.00 values, on
sale Tuesday ......$50.00
30-in.-Brook Mink Coats
Regular $65.00 values
at ;.; $32.50
$35.00 Coney Fur Coats
In Tuesday's stile at $17.50
All Fur Sets, Scarfs and
Muffs Just rfalf.
Ladies' and Children's Neck
Pieces that sold up to $2,00,
choice 4, 69c
Beau .fl Ml Silk
Crepe de Chines
7 5c values In 15 different shades,
both plain and bordered
effects, ereateet values
ever at clearing price,
Fine Wool Dress
Broadcloths and Venetian Cloths
Splendid llae of colors, 52
and 66 Inches wide, are 1 1.50
and )2.00 yard values,
exceptional bargains at
clearing sal price, yd.
WooJ Dress Fabrics
In plain and novelty weaves,
Merge. Homespun, Hairliue
Stripe and Checks, 75c
and ft values, clear
ing cale price, yd
Grand Cle stance of Ladies'
5c Handkerchiefs 8H" A. fine
line of sheer hemstitched hand-'
. kerchiefs in the lot. regular 6c
values, choice 2Va.
lOe Embroidered Handkerchiefs
4 Wo Dainty patterns In line
assortment, all at one price
Tuesday ..... .4 Vat
2!5c Handkerchiefs 12c -A fine
line of embroidered Swiss hand
kerchiefs, are regular 25c val
ues, at 12 Via
Ladies' All Wool Sweaters
Kegular $2.5Q and ; $3.00
values, your choice Tuesday
at v.; ;..v. $1.45"
' Big Cut in Prices on our stock
of Hand Bags Tuesday. See the
splendid bargains. .
A splendid lino of Vt, ;brftnds,
including "Wooly, 4kx.V, the
"Best Ever," "TuffRut.r j'Du-.
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both in quality, pattern , add
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paire of trousers, $4.60. .753
to $6.60 values, on Bale. "f -And
in addition one of our
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Tilor to Inventory, a Stoek Ilexluo
tlon Rale of $10,000.00. t
IT lbs. best Granulated Sugar, f 1
4S-lb. sack best grade Flour, 91.23
10 bars Beat 'Em All or Diamond
C soap 25c
Read the Big Grocery Sale for Tuesday
The best Soda or Oyster Crackers,
Oil or mustard sardines, can 8H
jS cans Lu.Lu scouring soap ..25c
6 pkgs. Slllco .25c
Gallon cans table syrup ....35c
10 lbs. best rolled Oatmeal , .25c
7 lbs. good Japan rice 25c
6 lbs. best Navy Beans .... 25o
10 lbs. best white or yellow corn
Corn Flakes, pkg ....OHc
The best country butter, lb. 30c
The best Santos coffee, lb. ..25c
The best Tea sittings, lb. . .12V4c
Full cream cheese, lb. .....15c
Hundreds of other such bar
gains to close out before Inventory
All Blankets Greatly Iteduced In
All 912.60 Blankets ....98.50
All 916.00 Blankets ....$9.50
All 910.00 Blankets ..I.g7.50
All $9.00 Blankets $6.50
All 98.60 Blankets 5.00
Kxtra Special on Comfortables
1,000 Comfortables will be clos
ed out below cost.
All Outing Flannels must be
Amoskeag and other Flannels,
yd. 5 7V4 8Vi and 10
m HAYBEfl'S "RSI
alnna at Trenton would be. the autferara.
fe . Chrlatmaa eva tha cuqtioan'lar-in
chl.f of I ha contluontal army atayti'd nit
with about. 3, men tud alx fa of
aftlllery, Intending to. oroaa tha 3 Vara
ulna liilk-a below Trenton. L. yther
(urOea war to croa at other po'UV Jivith
tho river partially blocked wltlf C tlnK
ice tha difficulties of eroaalnv vitTi very
great.' and tha trio Wai aa Porilgv that
It waa not until ' o'clock Chrjtmaa
tmirnlnf that tha troopa landedv X Wlad
Ina anowatorm drlvlna Into tha faces ct
tha half-froien men could nnt conquer the
Willi of tha little army that trud(d on.
leaving the bloody footprint In tho enow.
Aa tha llrht ' of day b;nn-'1o flood
throunh the world that dreary .Chrlatmaa
mornlna. oven WaahlnKton fosired that
he waa arriving too lata to aufnrhia the
enemy. Ilia marchlnf waa niarte ven
loner on account of tha allpper y' road a.
o that It waa , o'clock whan ha and hla
men. reached Trenton, nut that waa not
lata for Chrlatmaa morning, for tha Ilea,
alnna wera atill aaleep after a nleht of
Chrlatmaa eva festlvltlea, -
A real atirprlae Tled tlte redroati and
their commander, . Colannl Kahl, that
Chrlatmaa day. In tha battle which fol
lowed 114 lirlUah wero uken filgner.
all of their artillery '. waa jiirtied avnd
twenty or thirty of tha aoldlura who had
been with them were alaln., :vah t'otonal
Hahl, who surrendered to iUeoura NNujih.
Ineton, waa mortally wounded. Hit ba
wWdered condition had c&iiaad Mm, to
give wild ordera, arid hla brava veterans
In their aurprtae had fled Uk .raw re
cruit. Such an overwhelming defeat for the
lirttUh meant a alitnal victory fur the
Americana. That Chrlatmaa waa one of
tha giaddeat In our nailon'a early hla
lory. ..Whaa Oeneral Washington entered
Philadelphia with hla prlaonera It waa In
triumph. Tha newa of thla , brilliant
American victory brought about a won
derful change In our national affaire.
Tha cotitlnelal army took n- heart.
Several reslmenta which were aoon to
j)a out o( axUtenca becauaa their term
of enUatment were about td eirHra volun
teored la Sarve aU weeka longer. , WUh.
IftgtCB's vKlory, eeeurring Juatat ha
ilm whan tha Arortan army war about
(0 became dielved, s-se4 lla stineraJ
iitat c;U."v.16a, n; on'y at ho ma, but
in Curap. It protej ta be lha turning
reiat et t whole war.
Lci'J CerflwaiUe. whs wa bou; to aali
M Koa-Mt, wa called baeic to nia
iroopa, T.i Cnuak aould spare none ot
Uair attens.:, Defers ;ang tha ooloauta
wero enee ir3l by halp tram Franco,
3;abUal.y frHn trad a?ned wit;: Ufaln
ar.d U..jv,i, an'l the Btaro 0d PtHpaa
r.ovJ v. i'..l rr:iima acrvlca. All
j(jk4 Koj.'.it o.- aue people, for the
CdrLatmaa vletary ai Trenyn had turned
tho tlda and tha ahlp of American liberty
was aoon to be launched.
ChrUtmaa day, 178.1, muat have been tho
merriest - one over celebrated at Mount
Vernon. Tho buay servants bad made
auch preparations aa they had never made
before, because they rather expected that
Master Washington waa coming homo.
Ho would really bo borne again to atay
for tha flrat time In eight years. Such
Chrlatmaa dlnnerl Buch a Chrlatmaa
dinner as would have taxed a Roman
epicurean waa no doubt laid on that featal
day. If Martha Washington waa over-
Joyed at having her distinguished husband
home again, how delighted muat Oeneral
Washington have bean to get back to
Mount Vernon. How elegant tha house
must have aeenied with Its many rooms
ao richly furnished, and what a contrast
to hla army Ufa of hardship wa the cast
and comfort of such a. beautiful place.
That tall the dlapoaal of the American
army had been an absorbing Question. A
year before the troopa had eddreaeed con
greaa on tho aubject of pay, but congreaa
had no help to give them. At aome camps
tho men threatened desertion unleea their
demands for pay were granted. Even
many of tho faithful aoldlera who had
served their country since tho breaking
out of tho war wero losing their patience.
wnicn nan neia uiem to lueir auiy, iMnia
ono was needed to quiet the men. Home
one waa needed to lay their caae before
oongreaa. Washington waa tho only one
who could perforin thla aervice.
Ho knew tho aucriflcea the men had
made for the liberty of the nation, for
he himself hud been a part of It all. Flrat
and laal durtug hla generalship ha had
refused compensation from congreaa for
hla aervioea, ao ha could not well plead
for tho pay for hla officers and aoldlera.
rlnally congreaa granted hla requests
nd promised pay to tha troopa. These
were the daya Juat before tha army waa
ta be dissolved In November. December
saw atill a few who retained their arms
and It waa of these, tho remnant of tha
continental army, that Waahlngton aa
coreinander-ln-chlef took Wave of tho
At that farewell December ,4 la
ri ounce' a tavern, New Tort, Oeneral
Waahlngton aald: "X cannot coma to
each of you to take my leave, bat shall
bo obliged tt each of you will eorr.e and
take ma by tho band." Not another
word waa spokea. for tho parting waa
ad. Then tho warrior went to concrcsa.
sitting than la Annapolis, tor there on tho
Ud of December ho m:gncd tola commis
sion, with Christmas ao close at hand
tt la r.o wonder that ho did not tarry
to accept tho many Invitauona to vlalt
hi friends la Maryland, for In hla mind
there waa but tho o thought, "Mount
If tho Atlantic cabin had been In ser
vice In 1814 tha United Ktatea would havo
celebrated one of tho haptcat Chrlstmaaen
of tta history. Aa It waa tho gift which
was to make our nation so glad waa sent
In a sailing vessel which took weeks to
coma from the old world to the new.
Tho treaty of Ghent, which waa a treaty
of peace between Great Britain and
America, then at war with oaoh other,
waa olgned December t. 1X14, and ao It
may bo aald to have been a real Chrlat
maa proaent 'to our nation. Probably
tho English knew all about this docu
ment weeks before tho people of the
United Btatea. for tn those daya America
waa a great distance from Kurope. , Be
fore the newt of peace reached America
tha battle of New Orleuna waa fought.
Thla conflict occurred eeveral weeka after
peace had actually been declared.
Whan at laat tho news of tho signing
of tha treaty reached our land there was
wild excitement. All partiea wero heartily
alck of war. Famltlea divided In tbrtr
political vlewa were now reunited. Never
wero tidings more weloomely received. In
tho hilarious excitement no one aaked
the terms of th treaty. It .waa enough
to know that tha war waa at an end.
Washington Star. .
Mrs. Louise Chapman ,
Struck by Street Car
Struck by an east bound Farnam street
car, Mrs. Lou lie Chapman, 3108 Lindsay
avenue, waa thrown out of a buggy at
Seventeenth and Farnam atreets at l:M
O'clock yesterday afternoon, receiving
bad brulsee about tho right leg. Mr.
Chapman was only allghtly hurt. Their
buggy. In which they wore riding north,
waa practically demolished.
Police Burgeon Peppers attended Mrs.
Chapman after tho two bad made their
REAL MEANINGOF CHRISTMAS
Modern Method of Observing; Day
Overlook It Intent.
HAS DEPARTED WITH YULE LOGS
Pamlllea "o Leaser Gather for
Cenulae Old-Time Celebratloa
tiejeb aa Forefathera Held
la Their Hemes,
BV THE flraTLEWOMAX. ,
Modern methods of spending Christmas
are permeated by the spirit of tha ago.
A crass materialism la everywhere evi
dent, and tho true spiritual significance
of tho event ia In moat cases antlrely
overlooked. Feasting and junketing and
merrymaking are the chief alma kept
In view. PeopTe probe no deeper than
tho surface. Their outlook la limited by
tha physical and limitation Inevitably re
sults In boredom. Few grown-up people
look forward to Chrlatmaa with any an
ticipation. They partake of Ha pleasures.
but tbry are, on the whole, heartily glad
when It Is. over.
Of course, Chrlatmaa has alwaya been
a Joyful tlma, but tha spirit of Joyfulnesa
differs In quality. Tha joyfulneaa of to
day Is a leaden sort of thing. There la
nothing that is light or aspiring or
really happy In Ha composition. It ia
a mere travesty of the reality.
One looks In vain for tbo genuine
Christmas spirit. It haa departed with
the Yula logs and the boar's head of
former days. Families no longer gather
together from all quarters to celebrate
ChrlBtmaaUde. . They separate and go
hero and there In quest of seasonable
jollity. Hotels and boarding houses be
deck themselves in transitory splendor
and beckon all those desirous of spending
a really happy Christmas to come thither.
Forsaking father and mother, home and
kindred tor Buch forlorn hopes, those In
quest of galaty reapond to tha invitation,
only to flnd-what philosophers havo long
ago discovered that happiness la neither
hero nor there, but that H Is one'a own
Even present giving, which used to be
a aymbol of lo.o and gratitude, has C
teriorated and become a duty painfully
borne. Only the expenae and the bother
seem to be considered; the Joy of giving,
tho true significance of the bestowal of
gifts Is forgotten.
A generation ags, If stories of tho
period are to bo believed, everybody be
came expansive and genial at ChrletmaH
time. Mortal enemies became reconcile J
and grumpy and growling people grew
gracious. .No ono can cay that thla ade
quately describes the preaent-day Christ
mas attltuds. This Is because the true
eplrlt la lacking; because the central fact
of Christmas la forgotten. Wo eat and
drink and make merry, but our heart a
However, this Is probably a phaae that
will soon pass away. Materialism is a
hard niatt. and Its servants are bound
to rebel. The true Christmas spirit will
return in all Ita simplicity and beauty,
tn the meantime, the Gentlewoman
wlalies for all her readers a right merry
and jnyoaa Christmas.
The key to success In business Is tha
Judicious and persistent use of newspaper
VENDOR OF DANCINQ DOLLS
RESENTS EPITHET "FAKER"
Because At Duaaau'.t, UU Cass a treat,
called a etreet oalosmaa of danotng dolls
at Fifteenth and Doug'.aa streets a
"faker" tho salesman cut out part ct tha
man's lower Irp with a peeketknlfe at
l:M o'clock last Light.
Cuaoault waa taken Into tho electa of
Dr. C. C. Allison and t routed by tha eur
gion's assistants, ftveral stitches wero
neceaaary to el see v tho cash, aeroaa ha
A Break for Mbevtr
troaa svoiaaoa. Uvor and kidney traubU
la made whaa a ttQ boa af Dr. King's
I New Ufa Pills la bought. Why suffvr?
Inor salo by Beaton Drug Co.
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MRS. II. a
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