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All tickets sold at the above rates are limited for
Return to Oct. 31. Call and get full information.
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Photographs of Babies
Photographs of Groups
129 South Eleventh Street.
1213 0 Street
F. H. PIERS0N,
1035 N St. . Lincoln, Nebr.
THE SPOTTED BRONCHO.
(Walt Mason, in Ainslce's Magazine.)
"Stranger, let me sell you a hose, I'll
give you such a bargain you'll talk
about it all your born days."
The speaker, a tall, melancholy man
in ragged garments, was leaning against
the wheel of his canvas-covered wagon.
His horses were lariated on the roadside,
cropping the dusty grass. Several sore,
footed, lean doga lay under the wagon,
panting. The canvas of the vehicle was
closely drawn, and from within came
the sound of moaning and Bobbing.
The stranger alighted from his buggy
and cast a knowing glance over the
weary, bony horses.
"Which hoss d'ye want to sell?" he
"The spotted one; and a better chunk
of hoeeflesh wasn't ever done up in hide.
Sure, he looks a little tough now; been
on the road all the way from Oklahoma,
and mighty little grain for him. But
he's sound as a bullet and'U work any
place you put him; single or double,
don't make no difference. Uate to part
with him, and that's a fact. Got to,
"He's curbed in that otT hind leg."
"JuBt a little. Don't hurt him none.
You can blister that curb off in ten
"He's too long in the back to suit me."
II BENEVOLENT ENTERPRISE.
Is the British Medical Institute in the Shel
don Block, Cor. 11th and N Sis., Lin
coln, Nebr. It Gives Three Months'
Services Free to All Invalids
who Call Upon Them
Before August 7.
A staff of eminent physicians and
surgeons from the British Medical In
stitute, at the urgent solicitation of a
large number of patients under their
care in this country, have established
a permanent branch of the Institute) in
this city, at the ofllce, corner of Eleventh
and N (streets, in the Sheldon b'ock
These emirent gentlemen have de
cided to give their airrices entira: treo
for three months (iedicines excepted)
to all invalids who call upon them for
treatment between now and August 7th.
These services will not only consist of
consultation, examination and advice,
but also of all minor surgical operations.
The object in pursuing this course is
to become rapidly and personally ac
quainted with the sick and afllicted. and
underno condition will any charge what
ever be made for any services rendered
for three months to all who call before
The doctors treat all forms of disease
and deformities, and guarantee a euro
in every case they undertake. At the
first interview a thorough examination
is made; and, if incurable, you are frank
ly and kindly told bo; also advised
against spending your money for use
Male and female weakness, catarrh
ana catarrhal deafness, also
Any boss looks long-j int:d when he s goitre, cancer, all skin diseases and alt
poor. Tell you, stranger, it it wasn t
for hard luck, fifty dollars wouldn't
touch him. I've got to have money."
"Who's cryin in that wagon?"'
"The woman. Gimme fifteen dollars
for the pony and he's yourn."
diseases of the rectum are positively
cured by tneir new treatment.
The chief associate surgeon of the
Institute, assisted by one or more of bis
staff associates, is in personal charge.
Office hours from 0 a. m. till 8 p. in.
"Ho Sunday hours.
Special Notice If you cannot call
Canker Sore Mouth Cured.
Lincoln, Nkiik., July 7, 1901.
Tills Is to certify that I have been under the
care of the British Doctors for two months, and
I now can say that I am perfectly cured. I suf
fered from canker sore mouth for u number of
months and as a consequence my sytein was
run down and I felt much disheartened. I now
feel perfectly well and thank the Doctors for
their courteous treatment.
"I'll give you ten. That ruore'n he's send stamp'for question blank for home
wutb; he's old enough to vote, and he's treatment.
bunged up in front, and no good any
where. But he's an odd Iookin' critter
with them black and white ppots, and
I'd like to have him for my boy. I'd
like to have him ten dollars wutb; no
more Say, what's that woman in
there takin' on so for?
"She's in trouble I'll split the
difference, stranger; gimme twelve and
a half and take the hoss. In a week
you won't take fifty for him. I got to
have the money, that's why I sell."
"I won't give more'n ten; but say, that
woman must be sufTerin awful. What
is the matter?"
"Come and see."
He pulled the canvas apart at the
rear end of the wagon, and stepped aside
that the stranger might look in. A wo
man was weeping and wringing her
handa over a child's form lying on a
pile of horse blankets. The face of the
child was drawn and white, but peace
ful. The woman looked at the stranger
with stony, unseeing eyes, and wailed.
The stranger stepped back reverently
and closed the canvas.
"Poor thing!" he whispered. "How
long has the child been dead?"
"Two hours," said the melancholy
man, in a broken voice. "The last of
three; they all died on the road. I want
to buy a coffin
"I sorter think," said the stranger,
chokincr slightly, "I sorter think that
spotted broncho is just what my boy
needs. Twenty-five dollars was your
price, wasn't it? Well, I've sold a lot of
hogs today, and I guess I can afford it.
Here's your money. I'll just lead the
blamed beast home behind my buggy.
news, golf news, yachting news all the
sporting news is given with the degreo
of fullness and interest to be expected
of the newspaper which combines the
very complete facilities of those two
great metropolitan newspapers, The
Chicago Record and The Chicago Times
Herald. The sporting page of the daily
issue is also exceptionally popular a
self-evident fact to those who have
noted the general vogue of The Chicago
Record-Herald among sportsmen.
A Great Sporting News Journal.
The illustrated special sporting sec
tion of The Sunday Chicago Record
Herald thoroughly deserves the atten
tion of everyone interested in sporting
news. It is always beautifully illus
trated and embraces four full pages
covering with the thoroughness that
satisfies to the utmost the whole realm
of sports. Base ball news, racing news,
bowling news cycling news, pugilistic
Exactly as Advertised.
An indignant farmer returned
horse dealer's about an hour
chasing a hcrse.
"Look here, sir!" he exclaimed, "1
don't want this horse yon sold me! He
Bhiea, I can't get him to cross the
"That's the reason I sold him," said
the dealer calmly. "Why did you come
to me for the horse?"
"I Baw your advertisement in the
"I thought bo. I gave my reason for
"Ves; to be sold, you stated, for no
other leason than that the owner want
ed to go out of town."
"Wflll, if you can get out of town
with him," said the dealer, "it will be
more than I can do." London Answers.
Mr. Bryan announces that he still
stands firmly by the Chicago and Kan
sas City platforms. Doesn't he remem
ber what happened to another boy who
stood on the burning deck? Fremont