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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY. MAY 2i 1912.
MXLAUGHRY ON THE PRISON
Warden of LttTenworth Peaiten
tiery Writel to Aldrick.
KATES SOKE EECOMXISDATIOHS
Believes Sew Dlalag Room Km.
mmry mud Improve Metheela ef
f , Mre Fighting ommr.d,
(Fonr a Sun Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, May a. Special. r-Colonel
MrClaughry. warden of lha federal pri
son at Leavenworth, woe recently visited
the Nebraska penitentiary, has writtaa
Uia following letter to Governor Aid rich
I spent yesteraey from M:W a. nv to
i t . tna trajka state peni
tentiary tn company with Warden MelKk
, and Deputy Warden Amies. Warden
Mellcfc impresses me aa a man about
a. who haa led a temperate, well ordered
hfe, consequently Is in poateation of ell
hia powers and faculties to an enviable
degree and able to perform, every day.
the amount of physical and mental labor
mat nia position requires, theugn not
as quick, perhaps, to "catch on to" and
retain new ideas and suggestions aa fcu)
more vigorous and youthful deputy.
Both men fit well into their places, are
mutually beipiui. and wont together in
entire harmony, f think I can ssfely say
that, they have mastered most of the
very dteroui aging problems that con
fronted them when they took hold of the-
prison: nave restored order, estabiiahed
a -commendable degree of discipline, and
are dally improving It. and have the
institution well in hand. They ought not
to be expected, in the short time they
have been In charge, to produce a state
of affairs that would leave nothing to be
desired. , .
Will Take) Weeks.
Vndrr the most favorable conditions
It will take many weeks to eradicate
all the evils that resulted In the lata
tragedy, but they have a firm grasp of
the situation, an honest purpose to carry
out the law and disoharge their duties
faithfully and impartially, and they seem
to me to be amply endowed with the
common sense that will enanie tnem to
solve successfully and satisfactorily to
the nublta the many and serious prob
lems that will confront them for some
time tn come. ...
I was glad to note the strong faith
they have that in all 'wise and proper
measured to make theirs a model In
stitution, they will receive the hearty
support of the executive and the people.
1 found the prisoners generally employed;
work was proceeding In nil the shops
and depart menu steadily, and quietly.
Means ts right Fire.
I suggest that the state, unless It
SS Yean Torture rCnds When Re Be
gins I'slng the .Wonderful Zemo,
That Curee All Skin AfUictlona. .
Oct the Liberal M-Caat Trial Bettls.
W orry as merc.absat arsems, pimplea,
blotches, blarkheads. scrofulous skin,
tetter, salt rheum, barber Itch, dan
druff w any other skip eruption. ZEMO
will cure you. Read this: Pond, Mo.
I take great pleasure la recommending
your ZKMO, I had eczema all over my
body for twenly-flvs years, and In all
that time not having more than two or
three hours and many night not more
than a half hour's sleep the whole night
I spent no less thsn fl,0 for medicines
trying to find a cure. One In a while 1
found something to give me relief for a
few day and then I would be )ust as
bad as before. I finally tried ZEMO and
to my greet surprise was entirely cured
fire ( ers ago. John A. Kern.
Thousands of others have been cured
by ZEMO. ZEMO la sold by. druggists,
at fie? per bottle, but you can now ob
tain a S-cent trial sis to prove first Its
remarkable worth In your -ease. ZEMO
Is fully guaranteed by E. W. Rose Med
icine Co, t. Louis, Mo. Zemo is sold
and highly recommended by leading
druggists throughout America, and tn
Omaha by Sherman at McCoanell Drug
Co., 'leth and Dodge, Mth and Faroam.
Owl Drug Co., Mth and Harney, Loyal
Pharmacy JOT- No. Mth St.
Coir F&rorf fto U tk "DtTlnly Blaa
Amt" XMn-rt 0aMlmttA
oo4 Work of Wmiag tfeo
. maoituUr ObMi.
Wtim knighthood wu .la flower, It
wu (ho habit of royalty to bo tltn4r.
lmlcd, no kfnff or baron eoutd ever
foretell what the morrow would bring
rortb-iHl th racy wnt to IM xiMt
nd the fleet were m variably atenoer
tttnee tHoM halcyon day of loan utility.
condition ttav changed, and the mem
bera of regal houaehoida have eaten much
and vtovtxi about little. Nature has ex
act) her toll, and today European nobit-
tty is noted for TU numefuu XKaUi,
actena and daughter.
There la nothing aiarttlng tn thfa, per-
ha do. for othra who never Doaaeased a
title-are ateo sniftering from the aaute.
malady. But the intereating tvauire r
found. tn the fact that Ivuropfc&n eRirt--
may agatn be noted for the slender leVJifcu
and knights, becauao aa .American sin
fjgtrred It all out on ner own account.
Miss Mariorte Hamilton of Denver,
Colo, wno became noted aa the 'Calen
dar Olrl" while still tn her teens, soon
found th golden wand deserting her
and one aha started to lose her liHlr
race of girlhood for the obese propor
tions of womanhood, site mm no -kmger
La demand as an artists' mooet.
Hundreds of thousands of women-. nd
men, too throuchout America have learn
ed how ahe again recUlmed herselt.
without drugs, diet or harmful ezerci.
or anything else strenuous m nature. And
now her treatment has gun forward to
Queen Alexandra of England and the
fcmprea i Germany as well as to many
other roj a famiile.
"Fst Is a wltalty." mym Mus Hawtltea. "aad
lfke ail Sreedfal mmtlm it smmK irrateS.
thwarting a rrl (Hie a Mga af mm
ity. im4m. h Mf he a tWan-cal t eSMtiy.
I tepe fctvr that thtir nrai hlftotis aar
aaai taten tbs rwki t Um Wit4r
aad I kt that Um tif raak m aelr
nttpsMt.v teaiM tll M kaw imm trt ta4i
trvjta artDg ute tnmtam r mI-c that Om
mm aa) ? f mj ma ontrf are mafytmt,"
4t uta yew ti the Mcri. Utm MawlKoa
Irwwii aa ta vltaei t mt r BtMHcaat
) ta aar amtwa meg ta the Caau-sl
Baak easMtaa. u mile . .
"Off teant. I nrcalr as-t t hae rarattr
eeata eet aptaly vltk a tetttaaealal. arte I caa
aa mt ctgac I ear eai U u (feat am the caaa
eat sty- Cat raawrtat trcatMsnta eoae far
as fm wmj I aaa InSaeaS t wee hmm
1 aawfcef Batter.. It ta a Hut war. I mrpom.
tmx awtala strseaa ala. as te .ta wetira fa-
n mwm- m trasiiac (Mr Cavara aa nUatfwra
taair Scatraa. I am aHa taalaataS as te lae
carries heavy Insurance, ought to pro
vide the m M effective means for fight
ing tire. With the tree circulation of
air that we enjoy In this region, a slight
slase, started in one of your snops or
storage rooms, will, la a very few min
utes, be beyond control and do incalcul
I also auggeat that the state ought to
provide, as soon aa possible, a suitable
kuchen. dining room and bonpital for
the prisoners. The present quarters for
the kitchen and dining room were un
fortunately planned when the prison was
builded. and cannot he ao Improved that
they mill not be unpleasant, unsanitary
and serious obstacles to sucessful Tison
administration. No time should he lost
In correcting this evil, which is very
destructive or discipline, aad a constant
menace to safety.
Believes le. Treat lee.
The stats at Nebraska Is fortunate
In possession of a largo amount of tril
able land In connection with Ita peni
tentiary. Good uss may be msde of tnis
land m maintaining the Institution, and
If trust ss. carefully selected, are used
In cultivating It. the effect, upon them
and the entire body of prisoners will be
most benefkial. In no way can practical
"reform" work be snore successfully ac
complished. 80 fsr es I could note I waa much
pivesed with the spirit that seemed to
prevail between officers and guarda
With vigilance and patience, whlclwhow
seem to be the watchwords of the In
stitution, and with proper support by
the legislature, there Is every reason for
confidence that your labors and anxieties
In behalf of the Krbraska atsts penlten
tiary will meet with early and eeilsfac
Meeting for His Ends
(From a Staff Correspondent I '
LINCOLN. Neb.. May IL-(RpeclaLl-
The gathering of the republican delegates
to the Chicago convention with a number
of politicians from over the state has
started some interesting gossip. It H
said that the meeting, ao tar as it re-
Is ted to ethers than members of the
delegation being present waa etiglnserel
by Secretary Corrick of the La Follette
league ta behalf of kls candidacy for
the chairmanship of the state committee,
and this la given aa the reason that Nels
Hansen, chairman of the Lancaster
county committee and food commissioner
of the state, waa not ens of the tnrttol
ones. HanssB haa been argsd for the
position and some little work haa been
dona la his behalf. Hansen, by the way,
has bean a Kooaevalt man aror since
the colonel ' hat haa been la the ring
and was ana of the ssost active of Lin
coln men la arranging for the Roosevelt
meeting and accompanied ths colonel
during his two-day trip through Ne
braska. Conatdarable criticism la heard
concerning the holding of the meeting be
hind closed doors. It being said there was
no algn of discord, and even If there had
been this oould all have been threshed
out at a preliminary meeting, and If
there was any buslnesss te transact
which It was thought advisable to keep
from the public It should have been
transacted by tha delegates, with all
outsiders excluded, but friends of Hansen
say this would not have fitted 1a with
ths plana at Corrick to further his In
terest as a candidate for stats chairmen.
Prince Sentenced v
to Hang August 20
LINCOLN. Keti; Vajr -.Albert Prince.
convicted of ths murder aLJPuty War
den Edward Davis of the stats peniten
tiary at the close of chapel exercises oa
February 1L waa this morning sentenced
to hang on August A Price, a convict
at the state prison,, laughed and joked
throughout the proceedings and was hotly
censured by Judge Albert J. Cornish troth
NEWS FROM WEST POINT
AND 0FCUMINQ COUNTY
WEST POINT, Neb., Msy B.-(8peolalA
Mrs. Prod Dietrich, sr a well known
woman of eastern Cuming county, died
la a sanitarium at Chicago on 8anday of
acuta diabetes. Mrs. Dietrich waa W
years of age and a native of Germany.
be waa the another of four children, who
with her husband survive her. Funeral
services will be held In the German Lu
theran church In Nellgti township. Rev.
Williams Harms, pastor, officiating.
The last program of the West Point
Woman's eluh for ths year was given at
the home of Mrs. i. O. Benedict. The
subject assigned for the evening was tha
composers Wagner and Donlsettl. Dur
ing ths reading of the paper an the sub
ject by Mrs. George Korb selections from
Tan aha user" and " Lucia dl-Lammer-
moor" were given by Mrs. Benedict The
club will resume Ita work at the advent
of cool weather.
J. If. Oatman, tha father-in-law of P
J. Kennedy, the Chicago dt Northwestern
station agstil at CrowslU died on Wednes
day of tuberculosis. - He waa a member
of the Grand Army of the Republic and
of gnat age. His body was taken to
Hastings for burial.-
, A mass meeting of the dtlsens of West
Point I called to meet Monday evenlne
for the discussion of ths proper method
of dtipoxlng of the sewerage of West
Point. This question haa became very
Important. the danger to the public
health by the exposure and retention f
sewer matter being great This eondi
tioa of affairs baa. heea caused by the
destruction of the river dam. there beln-
now no proper outlet for the large Quan
tity of sewerage daily waiting ta be dis
Mrs. William Koehler died at her farm
home en Saturday. She was It years of
age and sweumbed to aa attack of pneu
monia from which owing to her advanced
age she could not rally. She leaves an
aged husband, seven children and forty'
six erandcliUdren. alia a large number
of great-cardchlldren. The funeral was
held In the German Lutheran church at
. MtmoiiaJ day will be properly observed
by D. . Crawford post of the (hand
Arm j- of. the Republic at West Point
Hon. A. V. Cola of Hastings w:ll deliver
the oration In the Audltoriuas. . .
Jsmes Rosendal, a well knowa farmer
and native of ths Netherlands, succumbed
to the ravage of t sneer at the home of
Km father souUwut of West Point He
is arrived hy-hm parents, four brother
aad foar sisters. Ha was a prominent
member" of the Ancient Order of United
Workmen. " ' .
Two eighty-acre ' tracts " of Cuming
eowatr land were sold by a real estate
firm this weak to Carsteaj Miller, a we!
knowa farmer of Logaa township, for
OM per acre. The Improvement are goad,
but not extraordinary.
BLUE HILL MEfUSK CONSENT
Party Wants " Bailway Board to
Agree to Phone Sates.
O'HXIIX CITIZENS SEEK SWITCH
Leatasrtoa's Keenest for Xesr Resra
tattaaa at la tow Pacific sta
tion Mecelvlas; Attratlea
(From a tSaff Correspondent)
LINCOLN. May &.Special.r-A paly
of Blue Hill men were in to see the
railway commissioners today regarding
tha purchase of the telephone property
I nthat city, which Is now owned by the
Uncoln. Telephone A Telegraph company.
It la sought to get he approval of the
commission for a scheme for exchange of
business between the local concern under
the new management and the long dlt
sanoe lines of tha Lincoln company. Ths
commission advised the parties it would
approve any agreemA which waa agree
able to the esraptnlea involved, provided
It was not a discrimination against other
companies similarly situated. '
Want Transfer Track.
While no formal complaint haa yet been
made to the commission It Is probable
tha people of O'Neill, or, rather ship
pers along tha line of the Burlington be
tween O'Neill and Pious, city, will ask
tha railway commission to compel a phys
ical connection between the Burlington
and Notrhwsatern roads at O'Neill. There
haa beea of lata a large shipment of
grain and feed from points along ths
Burlington to points west of O'Neill ca
tha Northwestern and at present this
freight must all be unloaded and carted
to Northwestern ears, which ths ship
pers say la both annoying and sxpenilrs.
Tha railway commission haa not yet
made any ruling oa tha complaint from
Lexington and ether places along the
Union Pacific where there la double
track, concerning the rule of the com
pany requiring passengers to get aboard
trains aad get off on the aids of ths ear
furthest removed from the other track.
The company insists any ether , course
would be dangerous and cites the custom
oa all double track roads. Tha public
eotaplaina because under this rule a por
tion of the passengers must always get
aboard or alight on the aids opposlts
from tha depot, cross the tracks to get
to the depot and also without ths pro
tection from storms afforded by tha depot
train sheds. The commissioners ssy they
can see both tha inconvenience of the
present arrsngemant and the danger of
the proposed one and hesitate to make
an order, fearing they will bme held
blamable la case they should order a
change and someone should be killed or
maimed aad will be damned it they re
fuse to do what Is asksd.
oelaw ta sleyd.
C. C. Boslaw, deputy commissioner of
public lands has returned from a trip
to Red Willow, Frontier and Furnas
counties, where he haa been viewing
school land appraisements. Owing to
crop conditions ef the last two years.
the school lands la that section have not
shown ths.advsnce Indicated In many
portions' ef the state. He goes nett to
Boyd and other counties In the northern
part of, the stats.
Letters received at tha office of the
state superintendent Indicate a larger at-
tendance than ever before at the junior
Addison Walt, aecretarv ef state, haa
goae to Mllford to inspect the state ta
etitutloa at that Mace.
The governor started today on a trip
of several dare during which be wiil
deliver commencement addresses at St.
Paul. Alnsley. Alliance and Grafton, la
the order named.
J. J. McCarthy today indicated that aa
soon aa the transcript arrived at Liu
coin In the appeal of William Plegs. con
victed of manslaughter during a recent
trial at Pender, he would move the court
to tlx ball for the accused. Plege waa
convicted of killing hla sister.
Ths advent of warm weather has
brought about the employment of an
additional ' number of prisoners at the
penitentiary' at outatde work. There
are aow about thirty employed at garden
ing and farming and later about fifty will
be employed. Tha institution haa a
acres of farm land and ta addition to
farm crop ralsss all the garden truck
consumed at the prison. Ths prisoners
not only like the outdoor work but rel
lah the fresh vegetables at their meals.
Chemise Keeps Ke sieved.
State Chemist Redfern la trying out a
new method of determining the strength
of comphor solutions, suggested by the
federal bureau ef chemistry. Owing to
Ita volatile nature camphor la one at the
most difficult of all common drug to
determine Its strength and methods pre
viously used are only approximate. It is
customary with the federal bureau when
It invents or hears of new methods that
promise Improvements not only te try
them In their own laboratories hut to
ask stats chemists to use the, msthod
and tha sum af tha experience of all h
taken ss a guide to tha valueof the
Deputy Game Warden Hyers went to
Wiener te Investigate complaints of Il
legal seining but was unable to locals
anything which warranted a prosecu
tion. Pereet rteeei i e Mssey.
8 tats Superintendent Dslsell has cert.
fled to the state auditor that there Is
now In the hands of the treasurer B.1HH
derived from tha forest reserve fund and
that it should be apportioned te the couu
tlea entitled to It aa follows: Blaine, pia).
Chsrry. tM.; Grant fU: McPherson,
rt.BsMl; Thomas, Hit. These are ths
only counties la the state havmg forest
Araeld Boosters Will tele lire te.
ARNOLD. Neb.. May Sl-8prclel.-The
town of Arnold will celebrate tht
opening ef passenger traffic on ths new
extension of the Union Pacific railroad
June 14. Mil Ths Arnold Booster club !
preparing to entertain several thousand
guests with a free dinner, addresses bv
prominent men of the state and sport
enough to keep every one busy. They
are arranging for a special train lea vine
Kearney in the morning and returning
early la the evening.'
mall Class at Haasheldt. v '
HUMBOLDT, Neb.. May .-4 Special. )-
The graduation exercises ef the high
school began last evening. The Christian
church waa packed te its utmost capac
ity. Musw was rendered by the high
school Mora and Miss Anita . Wilson.
The class sermon was give br Bar. C.
E. Ruch. Ph. D.. of tha Methodist elmrcn
on "Ths Centraltty ef Ood." The ttlt
cass la unusually small for Humboldt.
Straw Hats Ready!
. Great line, too. Split Braid Sailors for
those of quiet tastes. Rough and very rough
Sennits for extremists. Genuine Panamas
for fellows who want Straw Hat elegance
and Real Bungkoks that are truly "as light1 '
as a feather." The styles are .quite in con
trast to those of a year ago. w Better pick
one out while the picking is good.-
Tuuut, $2.00 U $10.00 Butkoh, 56.00
Saaits, $2.09 if Splits, $1.00 if
Sift Fnifc, $1.50 if
Omaha's Only Mud era Clothing Store,
slat Hoeac of QwaUlty Clothes.
Ths graduates are 01ads Boyd, Kllea
Cope, Gall Parsons.
MAD DOGS KILLED IN "
SUBURBS OF BEATRICE
BEATRICE. Neb., May Jl.-tSpeclel -A
number of dogs having symptoms of
rabies was killed In Olenover, a suburb of
Beatrice, yesterday. Sylvester Jackson
waa obliged to kill to of his dogs nun
day which showsd symptoms of the mal
ady. A few weeks sgo a dog having
symptoms of rabies wss killed after bit
Ing a little boy. The animal's brsln wss
sent to the Pasteur Institute at Chicago
and a letter waa received here by one of
the physicians of this city stating that
the brain showed every evidence of hy
drophobia. . The authorities from now on
will begin the extermination of all dogs
found running loose In Olenover.
At a meeting ef the Nebraska Driving
association last evening arrangements
were made to have bass ball exhibitions
during ths races.
DE8HLER. Keb.. May -(Rpecisl.i-
The big ham on ths Jake Walker place
nine miles north of Deshler. was struck
by lightning and burned Sunday evening.
A horse, three sets of harness, seven tons
of alfalfa and sums farm tools, owned
by ihe tenant. Jake Lubblns. Wars burned.
There was no Insurance on Ihe barn, al
though the contenta were Insured.
PIERCE PLANS FOR TEAM
THAT WILL KEEP AT FRONT
Plirnrs! Ksh.. Msy 11.-4 Special. )
Pierce expects to open, Ihe bass bsll sea
son about Juns L Last year when the
eluh disbanded hare It had won the great.
est percentage of games' over ail ths
trams In northeastern rurorsass. m
year the team intends to seep up ns
record. Roy Booer. the stsr southpaw
. . .kib mciImi will have eharae
of the team, having gs an advisory board
Messrs. L. P. Turnsr. F. H. Monrman ana
F. B. Drebert, all ardent fan A catcher,
nlteher and shotlstop will be the only
outside ptarerg si wo. .,,. ,si
I. - ' 1 ' -.i t ..-1 v.
Persistent Advertising 1 UnRoed ,(
Big Returns. ....... , ,
Will Make $20.00 Each
In Mttv1912. we will buy 60 good Jinglessuitable for. a Poat
Toastiaa Jingle Boak.
. -en ah sfj . ej m
You may get $20.00 writing an original Jingle or lor lining in
the missing line a! the incomplate Jingle in tne coupon, a une
way ta have some fun.
. Sertoste MrenkOema- -
results from chronic constipation. Dr.
King's New Life Pills relieve headache.
stomach, liver aad bowel trouble. Sc. For
ante by-Beatoa Drag Ca. .
A COMPLETE JINGLE ,
' (Aa aa example only)
Picnic dars are com Inc. joodness what a treat,
rill np all the baskets; Iota of stuff to oat. '
Sever Bind the rake and Jam. nover snlod the tea.
Plenty of Poat ToaaUee -that's good enough for toe.
Sign here 1
L . Pat.
Street ind No. ; 1
FINISH THIS JINGLE
Uttks orpeea Annie from far, far attar '
Came to make a visit, aad o stay. ,
Roawe aow are blooming, oa he c bee he so pale,
(Fill in this line. mentioning Toesllse, and writs plainly)
' " " Use of above form of answer is suggested, but not required.
' ' '
Address and mail jour Jingles to '
Jingle Dept. 573, FOSTUM CEREAL CO LTD., BATTLE CHEEK, MICH.
' Jingles accepted for our book, will be
bought and paid for at $20.00 each.
Only the Jingles we pay for will be used.
- There will be 50 Jingles purchased and
the names and addresses of the writers will
be printed and mailed to every enquirer who
sends us a lc stamped and addressed en
velope -for return.
The Jingles will be judged honestly upon
merit, so if you are a sensitive person and not
a good sportsman don't try, for we have no
time "to pet up" those whose Jingles are not
Fill in the missing line of the incomplete
Jingle printed above, making the last line
include the name "Toasties," with correct
rhyme and metre.
Or, write an original Post Toasties
Jingle of not less than 4 ' lines, anj line
of which must contain "Post Toasties" or
As many Jingles may be submitted as
' . - - -
This is an opportunity to make some extra money, and, in addition, become acquainted
the delicious bits of toasted Indian Corn.
Try some of this crisp food with cream and sugar. It is not easily forgotten.
OMAHA. Jb May 10. 1013. '
' Ihrar Malta: ,
Replying to your Inquiry regarding our nrfrea aad
methods of rug cleaning, we take pleasure ia quoting
the following prices:
Kor dusting, dry cleaning aad aterllsiog ruga, Sftc '
per sq. yd.? tarrieta, 110c per running yard. . Often Wil
tons, Bruasela aad rivets require aiaing, ewperially If
they are getting a Utile eld and flimsy. Kor this we
charge Ac per yard. Kor Just dusting and steaming our
price la 10c per asj. yd., for either rags or carpeta,,
Aa for the methods s Use, he-re are Just. two: Dry
Cleaning, or the Naptha proreea, rcmovca all dust,
grease aad moth eggs and make them look aa bright
and fresh aa aew. It takes out ervery thing but stales
that are caused by the color remains;.
- - Our other method Is tne old-fashioned met hod af
dusting, to whlrb we have added steamlag, as stated
a note. W e do not arour or wash them, aa aU ap-to-date
. cleaners have diarardrd that mr hod oa account of M
bring Um hard oa the goods; . , :
We have spent years In developing our re root r lean
ing department and feel that our work la aa good as raa '
. be done la any;rty. JVe guarantee satisfaction or ao
We will rail for your work any place la Omaha,
fleuth Omaha, Irundee, Urnsoa or Florence, aad will re-'
turn It to you promptly. .
, , . . Phone Douglas OAS or Ind. A-318) .
' ..Vf.; IHK ' PAKTOHIL'M, ,' '
1SI5.ISIT Jonea M.
P. J.n-We also clean all kinda of hoase furnishings
iu m cti
St r:- f .
- .tit i -r-
The Hammock Swing, like picture, is made of heavy
tanlchaki, is six feet long and 30 inches wide, made with
cushion seat, heavy valance,- windshield back, and maga
zine pockets,' A most comfortable swing at ....... .$10.00
Porrb Swings, strong aad durable, Kaltem . . . . . 11.1.00 aad
Porch Hammock, with metal aland and canopy top . . .'. .
, Folding Tent Cot, with drop slides
Courhea for Porrhea, made of Ksltrx fibre. . . .$16.00 aad
Rocker, hand made of Kalteg. .,......'......., v. .... ,
Met lee, Kaltex, roll arms and back .'.'. ............
Ana Rocker, fo match settee. . . . . . . 1
Arm Chair, ta atatrb settee , . ...
Maple Porch Rocker, without arms. .
Porch Rocker, hoary maple frame. . .
Fibre Rocker, full roll arms and seat
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Local Retailer, Omaha. Ken. - -
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