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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 23 February 1905

6 H ' ) H h SK J i jyjrGsap&jeflzssa&YT Copyright. 1S97. by F. Tennyson Ncely. CHAPTER XIX. Surrounded by Fire. Truer words wore nevor spoken than when Travors declares they had hot work beforo them. As tho otliers comprising the Utile party of defenders come tumbling out of tho compartments which they have defended so bravely, they, too, dis cover the advance of the guerrillas, marked as It Is by a dozen waving flambeaux hastily snatched from the tires. Jack Is by instinct a lender of men. His quick mind grasps a problem nnd almost on the Instant solves It. He seems to know by Intuition, as it appears, just what sort of action hiiits an emergency. Speedily ho places his men whore ihey can do the most execution, nnd in the darkness they crouch along .side the carriage, awaiting the coming tt tho enemy. There Is hardly a breathing spoil be? orc those who come running along the railway track will be close enough 10 Invito an opening of the engage ment. Tho guerrillas of course...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 23 February 1905

fr f . 1 k I i sft.HEfiaK fATALcorTin;ajMNWR Copyright. 189". by T. Tennyson Ncely. CHAPTER XIX. Surrounded by Fire. Truer words wore never spoken than when Travcrs declares they had hot work beforo them. As the others comprising the llltlo party of defenders come tumbling out of the- compartments which they hnve defended bo bravely, they, too, dis cover the advance of the guerrillas, marked ns It Is by a dozen waving flambeaux hastily snatched from the flres. Jack Is by Instinct a leader of men. His quick mind grasps a problem nnd almost on tho Instant solves It. He seems to know by Intuition, as It appears, Just what sort of action ults an emergency. Speedily ho placos his men where they can do the most execution, nnd J n tho darknoss they crouch along side tho carriage, awaiting the coming if the enemy. V . , There Is hardly a breathing spell be? 'ore those who come running nlong the rallwny track will bo close enough to Invito an opening of tho engage ment. Tho guerrillas of cou...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 23 February 1905

1 I? ? PUBLISHED THURSDAYS. W7s. RAKER . . .77". . . Publisher Entered at the postoflice at Alliance, Nebraska, (or transmission through tho mails, as second-class matter. C5T Tim Herald is the Official Publica tion of Vox Untie county and its circula tion is nearly twice that of any other Al liance paper. ADVERTISING RATES: Display, per single column inch per month 5 13 u sin ess locals, per lino first insertion . to Each subsequent insertion, per line .05 Legal notices at statute rates. j. . Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance. Tom Dknnison the king of Omaha gamblers has been denied a rehearing by the supreme court and will now go to Iowa to stand trial, Richard Mrtcalp who has made tho World-Herald what it is will be come a part oF tho Commoner staff May 1. What is Omaha, loss is Lin coln's gain. Editor Wkstervklt of tho Scotts bluff Republican has been in Lincoln the past week which means that legisla tion detrimental to the North I'latto valley need not bo feared at this se...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 23 February 1905

h MARSLAND. C. A. McGoggy sent out a car of hay Saturday. E. T. Gregg & Sons put in over four hundred cars of ice. August Rhodes was transacting business in Crawford on Monday. August Itohde filled his ice house Tuesday from Gregg's pond. Mis3 Ream and her little nephew baby Iladley are quite sick with colds. No. 41 took on a "Swan" at this place Sunday but the "Lyon" got left. Miss Lyon the teacher at Belmont was an over Sunday visitor with Miss Reams. The river is raising rapidly and folks living on the low lands had better go higher. E. T. Gregg sent five loads of ice to the Wendt ranch nine, miles north of town on Saturday. Miss Amelia Jacobson returned to her homestead Monday after spending several days in town. Howard Furman went to Crawford Tuesday remaining until Wednesday hav ing dental work done. Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson have moved back to the ranch. Mr. Wilson was time keeper at the ice works. J. 13. Gray the traveling man was in town Tuesday and was driven to Belmon...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 23 February 1905

timmmmmm0mtmmmBmvmmnmatmmmmmmommniimmmvitmmmtrmmiuriiimtimmmtmmmmmmn Yfyffit'tfb"0m'Sl','",''Jb'rJlj"' n-trfl fl"r Crusade on WrtWyiyftwWViyuWyVaMtf) The Henry Phlpna Instllulo of t'hlln sli'phln. which hns been pslhbllBiit'il 5i Iho sonorous gift of n wealthy resi dent of that city. Is doing ft groat vork on liohnif of persons suffering IfMiu pulmonary tuberculosis or con sumption. The phyHlclnnn employed 1j this Institution have compiled uomo excellent rules to bo observed by per ou BtifforlnR from this dlsoase. tho careful following of which will pre vent the extension of tho dlsertso to others, and will Rreatly nld tho uf luers to recover. Don't spit on tho sidewalk, on tho Mieet, nor Into nify plnCo whom you . nnnot doslroy tho germs which you jnlt up Ho not swallow any spit wJilch c-fiinee ip from your lutiUH or .which lomoa out of tho back part of your throat. " Spit Into a spit cup when It Is pos sible Ut do ho. ' " " " Alwnys uso n spU clip With n ban file to into tlfat you...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 23 February 1905

y'Ri r. I . w I HAD CATARRH i ) Congressman Meekison For His CONGRESSMAN MEEKISON PRAISES PE-RU-NA. TTon. I)avhl Mcclrfson, NapoleoD, Ohio, ex-member of Congress, 1'ifty-iifth District, writes: "I have used several bottle of Peruna and I feel greatly benefited thereby from my ca'arrh of the head. I feel encouraged to believe that if I use It a short time longer I will be fully able to eradicate the disease of thirty years' standing." David Meekison. ANOTHER SENSATIONAL CURE: Mr. Jimob L. Davis, Oalenu, Stone county, Mo., writes: "I have been in bad health for thlrty-.seven years, and after takiiiy twelve bottles of your l'eruim I am cured." .lucob L. Davis. If you do not'derive prompt and satisfactory results from tho use of Peruna, write at onee to Dr. Hartman. pivinjf a full statement of your case, and he will be pleaded to pivo you his valuable advice pratis. Address Dr. Hartman, President of the Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O. There are Many Imitations of Bak Baker's Chocolate ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 23 February 1905

s V Us FREY & BALFE, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS. cm nox ntrrrE avenue. I'nono Z, CtolU nimwrrtHl tn town or country. J. E. MOORE, M. D. ILF.Tr.IIF.il ni.OCK. ALLIANCE, NEB. 01U nniwervd from office day or night. Telephone No. 63, H. H. BELLWOOD F. E. CLOUGH PHYSICIANS AND SUB6EON8. HeUten Building, - ALLIANCE, NKB L. W. BOWMAN, PHYSIOIAN and aunasoN. OBce In Klrt National Hank block. uct N'cbnwka. All! DR. G. W. MITCHELL, fhyticlan ano Hnrgeon Day nnd dIkIiIcaIIs. OtBceoTer KoRuoBtore. Phono ISO. DR. GEO. HAND, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN ANH SURGEON Formerly Interne Homeopathic Hoi pltttt University of Iowa. JPfcono Z. Office over Alliance Shoe Btore. Night calls answered from office. E. E. BARR, M. D. Specialist tye. r, Note, Thromt, and all Chronic Diseases PflOW OfSeo soi Hexic!eneoirl OrriCE Hotma il to is. 5 to 6. SunuuyHSUH. Guy Lockwood . . GRADUATE CHICAGO .SCHOOL OP EMBALMING . Funeral Director and Embalmer Phones Office 214. Res 205 Expert l.ndy Attendant.. Alliance, Neb. Hila ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 2 March 1905

9 linculiN NKU K. Official Publication of Box Butte County Largest Circulation of any Alliance Paper VOLUME XII. NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1905, NUMBER 11 IT( 4 Btnto Historical Society J jpr VWgv ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, V I VI 4 i li' ie THIS HANDSOME DECORATED loo PIECE DINNER SET GENUINE IMPORTED ENGLISH WARE lEOIES 12. 50 If your family is small niul a 50 or 25 piece dinner set will do. to accomo date you we will break the sets and sell vou any part thereof frcm one to a 100 picres. Mm. wpif PRESENTS 1 PRESENTS ! Before buying call and see our beau tiful line of Gift Goods. About the Furniture It always pays to look around before buying. That's all. L0CKW00DS The Housefurnishers who sell every thing from kitchen to parlor on easy payments. Business Locals. Co-Lon-Co. Dr. Allen, dentist, Opera house. Dr. Koons, dentist. Office over Norton's. Sec F. E. Reddish for loans on real estate. iotf Wanted: something we can't re pair. Lockwood. Just received a new car of Lexington F...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 2 March 1905

a THE ALLIANCE HERALD W. 8. RAKER, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. News in Brief Manuscript copy of "Ulalumo" In Poo's handwriting waa sold for $1,000 at n New York auction. Science hall at tho Virginia Poly technic Institute, Blucksburg, Va., wad destroyed by flro. Loss $76,000. Tho United States armored crulsct West Virginia wiib, at Nowport, for mally delivered to tho government Tho senate passed the Cullom bill redisricting Iho federal Judiciary It Illinois and giving Chicago ndditlona circuit and district judges. Sir Henry Irving, who recently had nevcro chills nt Wolverhampton, has suffered a slight relapso and has can celled tho remainder of his provincial lour Major Jnmcs C. Carlton, president of the Mexican War Veterans associa tion, was stricken with parnlysls nt Bedford, Ind., and Ib believed to bo dying. Governor La Follelto'fl attendanco nt a dinner given to retiring gover nors is taken as an Indication that ho will retlro on March A to become senator. Louisville, Ky Is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 2 March 1905

0 V 1 I 1 v i IT IS IN JI BLOOD Neither Liniments nor Ointments Will Reach Rheumatism How Mr. Stephenson Was Cured. Pcoplo with inflamed ntul nching Joints, or xinfal mnsclcs ; pcoplo who shuffle about with tho aid of n cauo or n crutch aud cry, Oh I at every Blight jar, are constantly askiug,"What is tho best thing for rheumatism ?" To attempt to euro rheumatism by ex ternal applications in a foolish wasto of time. Tho sent of tho disease is in the blood, and while tho sufferer is rubbing lotions aud graisoon tho skin tho poison hi the circulation is increasing. Delays in ndoptingn sensible treatment are dangorous because rheumatism may at any moment reach tho heart and prove fatal. Tho only uifocourso forrhoumatio sufferers is to get tho best posslblo blood remedy at unco. Mr. Stephenson's experience with this obstinato and distressing affliction is that of hundreds. Ho says : "About a year ago I was attacked by severe rhcumatiu pains in my loft shoulder. Tho pains wero worso in w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 2 March 1905

mumptm PUBLISHED THURSDAYS. W. S. KAKEK Publisher Entered at the posloilice at Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through the mails, as second-class matter, C3T Tits Herald is the Ollicial Publicn lion of Box Uutte county and its circula tion Ib nearly twice that of any othor Al liance paper. ADVERTISING RATES: Display) per single column inch per month 50 Buiinew locals, per line first insertion 10 Each subsequent insertion, per line .05 Legal neticos at statute rates. Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance. Our Campaign Policy. Tub lIiiHAi.i) linn hcn askad who it would support for mayor tit the coiniiif election. Tlio only reply Tun Hnu.w.n Iiiib to make is this: Wo have no prof 01 once in cundidatou bo long is thoy bo men of lecojjniiod integrity and ability and will stand for ccitniu principles or policies. Tin: MitiMi.n onroa not who tlio man is, tlio "policy" is what wo sliuul for' l'irst tlio man must stand for the construction and maintnirioncc by tlio oitv of nn adeiiato...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 2 March 1905

' f tv 1,1' K '. fet $ H-ir HEMINGFORD. Kolth L. I'lerco Is fully nuthorltrd to so licit subscription and Jot) work and collect nnd receipt for same, nnd transact nil other business In connection vtltli his position (is an accredited representative of this paper. 11, It. Green hits a fine new piano. ' 1 pay cash for hides. C. Donaphue. See Wildy for lumber and coal. gtf Chns. Mornvek was in town Saturday. Leopold Mueller was in town Saturday. John Moravck and daughter were in town Thursday. Insure your house, your stock, your life. K. L. Pierce, Agt, The cheapest time o insure your cattel is now whon the number is low. K. 1' Andrew Olson was in from Canton Saturday. 11. L. Fenner was a Hemingford visitor Saturday. James Potmoisil was in from Dunlap Saturday. Isaac Rockey was quite sick the first of the week. 0. II. Burleigh and A. S. Enonrt went to Lincoln Monday. Potatoas are being shipped at the rate of about five cars each day. Mrs. Anna Pierce and Mrs. Kiistiu went to Alliance W...

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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 2 March 1905

1ltJlflfmJf - fJ!ftfjt lirM a m twtw r- nn -i Immcnso Monetary Loss Caused the Country by Its Ravages How to Retain Health and Bodily Vigor Cost 'of Tuberculosis. Dr. Harmon IIIbr of New York (American Medlelne), after a careful estimation. placeH tho annual expoiiKO of ttiberculoRlH to the peoplo of tlio United States at J3.1O.OO0.OOO.OO. Ho flmt calculates the Iohh to Now York city by putting a value of ?l,r.OO upon each life nt the nverugo nt which deaths from tiiherculolH occur. This given n total value of tho Uvea lost annually of $1,600,000.00. Hut this Is not nil. Kor nt least nine months prior to death theso palloutfl cunntit work, and the loss of boivIco atone dollar a day, together with food, minting, uiedlrlueK, nt tendance, etc., 4f one and one-half dollar) a day, re milts In a further loss of $8,000,000.00, mnking a yearly loss to the munici pality of $23,000,0(10.00. Kor tho whole country the lGO.OOO deaths from tuber miosis represent In the sumo way a loss of $3:10,00...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 2 March 1905

VBfl 8 $ : sr V n I r if ft ''. V kl A THE OLD FOLKS AT HOWIE Are Never Without Pe-ru-na in the Home For Catarrhal Diseases. jmdl IMK Mf v "m mr m iHRsndMRJ. jNaoowNSON. (Independence, Tlo. Remarkable Cures Effected By Pe-ru-na. Under dato of Jnminry 10, 1807, Dr. Ilarttnan received the following letter: "My wife has been n sufferer from n complication of diseases for the past twenty-five years. Her ease has Imllleil the skill of some of the most noted phy hicians. One of her worst troubles was chi'onie constipation of several years' standing. She wnsnlso passing through that most critical pvricMl in the life of a woman change of life. "In June, 181)5, 1 wrote to you about her ease. You advised a course of l'eruua and Manalin, which wa at once commenced, and have to say it com pletely cured her. "About the same time I wrote you about my own case of catarrh, which had been of twenty-five years' standing. At times 1 was almost past going. commenced to use Pcruna according to your Inst...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 2 March 1905

'Jl .i FREY & BALFE, OSTEOPATHIC! PHYSICIANS. ii8 nox ntrrrij avrnuk. Phono W. Colin ntiRWttrctt In town or country. J. E. MOORE, M. D. pletoiieu hlocu, ALLIANCE, neii. OMI nhwwcml from Telephone No. (W. ofllc-o day or nllit. H. H. BELLWOOD F. E. CLOUGH PHYSICIAN8 and SURGEONS. HolRtcn llnlldtnic, - ALMAN3B, NKII L. W. BOWMAN, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Oftlcu In I'lrst National Ilnnk block, unco Nebraska. All I DR. G. W. MITCHELL, FJiyslcliiu nnu Hnrgcon Dny and nlnlitcnllH. Ortlooovt'r MoKiioHtiirc. 1'linnolM. DR. GEO. HAND, HO.M 1 PHYSIC I VN OPATIIIC AND SURGEON Formerly Interne llmncopnthlc Hon pfltil University of Iowa. Phone 281. Ofllco over Alllunco Hhoo Btoro. Nlfiht culls uhNwerod from eMce. E. E. BARR, M. D. Specialist eye. Car, Nose, Throat, and all Chronic Dlseasen niONK omoo 201 Kutddenco IS! Ornoi: Houns fitoU!. 2 to 5. Sundays 2 to 4. Guy Lockwood . . GRADUATE CII1CAOO SCHOOL OP EMItALMING - Funeral Director and Embalmer Phones Office 214. Res 205 Expert Lndy Atlcndn...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 9 March 1905

lulu "I r-"-. Official Publication of Box Butte County Largest Circulation of any Alllanqc Paper VOLUME XII, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, MARCH U, 1905. NUMBER 12 LINCOLN NEU WMW VlkS ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, ' (J NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, MARCH U, 1905. i it,- &&ts&imim&i?ii$!&&y&& "w are cleaning house. Just go in and see how they look NOW ! Renovated, Remodled and Reduced to make room for their new Furniture and Furnishings K1IJ-. 1K CHU rfTtV. Xllk --1i. Mm. rt. The llouso furnishers iKEBEHfflEEBSUEEffiJWZM Business Locals. Co-Lon-Co. Dr. Koons, dentist. Office over Norton's. See F. E. Reddish for loans on real estate. , iotf Wanted: 'something we can't re pair." Lockwood. Just received a new car of Lexington Flour. Geo. W. Young. Pianos and Organs sold on easy payments at Lockwood's. See Humphrey for picture framing, up holstering and furniture repairing. H.avc your furniture repaired and pictures framed at Lockwood's. Dr. Allen, dentist. Crown nnd bridge wo...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 9 March 1905

vr"-, - fwiir ' 'v "Rt THE ALLIANCE HERALD W. S. RAKER, Publisher. AUJANCK, NEBRASKA. Brief Telegrams I The Insurrection In tlio provlnco of Yemen. Arabia, Ib nRsumlng nlarmlng proportions. Almost tho wholo cotin try southward of Snnn Is lu revolt Tho Stato Department, at the sug gestion of Guilemuln, notified the Do pnrtment of Justice of att attcgod fill buttering expedition being formed at -Mobile. Ala. Mrs, Mary Hoffman, n widow, aged ?4, was attached by a dog In her yard nt fit. Ixnils, which lacerated her arm badly, and sho died within nn hour from fright The Ohio supremo court, deciding (he Toledo telephone case, held that neither councils nor probate courts iro authorized to fix telephone rates In franchises. Governor Wnrflcld of Maryland, at tho annual dinner of tho Maryland Society In Now York City, Indorsed President Roosevelt's attltudo In the negro question, The hotisQ refused to accept tho Item In tho Biindry civil bill allowing 1130,000 to tho National City Dank of. N...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 9 March 1905

! 'T t. 5 ' ; I u t A fATALEOrTWCUMNWR 1 MilA(kNM Copyright. 1807 by F Tcniijsnn Xcvly. CHAPTER XXI. A- Goddess of Battle. The rotroat of the Spanish troops ffcim the scone or the dynamite wreck. Imclover the fie or Fix miles sepa rating them from the alopo wljcre the stranded ammunition enr is Settled, has beeifVaecompllslied, in nn almost incredibly short space of time, for tho visor or Gomez' attacks has kept them constantly on the Jump. Jack and Smlthers have hastily formed a plan of action They are re solved to tnke no part In tho inev itable conflict that must he fought round the carriage, unless actually forced to do bo by their determination to protect tho ladles: and If circum stances render It necessary for them to eiitcr the lists against all comers, they are Just as ready to meet Span ish warriors or Cuban patriots as they have stood against guerrlleros. The first man to reach tho carrlago Is a tall captain, whose sprinting qual ities have proven of no mean order indeed,...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 9 March 1905

II i V- mmptm PUBLISHED THURSDAYS. W. S, RAKER Publisher Entered at tho postoflica at Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through tho mails, as socond-class matter. fW Tim Herau is tho Ofliclal Publics tion of Box Butte county and its circular tion is nearly twi:o that of any other Al liance paper. ADVERTISING RATES: Display, per single column inch per month ............. .50 Liubiuuhh locals, per line first insertion .to Each subsequent insertion, por lino .05 Legal notices at statute rates. Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance. Direct Primaries Without waiting for (ho legislature lo enact a direct primary ballot law tho citizen committee of Alliance who have called tho city primaries for next Thursday night have taken the initia tive and will nominate n ticket by direct primniy vote. A word about direct primaries might bo appropriate at this time. A direct primaty an pro vided for in the pall means that no verbal nomination for 'candidates for any office will be permitted. Ins...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 9 March 1905

'.I Q ? h'"k ' Avs NEW SPRING GOODS 3EC FOR DRY GOODS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, &C. COMPLETE LINE OF NEW WASH GOODS New Ginghams for children's r dress and aprons at J2 Madris Finish Ginghams. ... "" wwiwwiiipwr wmin m i.i w mp maw 36-inch Red Seal Ging- jj n hams lA2 iaMMMMUaHMPMniNMHnMIMMlIBainMHawnpJBMaM New Dress Percales V k New Figured Sateens Jw Sheer India Linens for... fl" DismooLam.rNan: 10 to 25c HOES Elkskin Shoe for working- boys and men; you can take it straight from me that you will wait a long time before you will find q- rys anything nearly as good for the coin iPw.5 Boys' Hardknock Shoes. Boys will be sg boys, and this is the shoe & I zrC The Regent Shoe for men; try a pair for a neat dress shoe, made of Vici Kid, Patent Calf, Box Calf, made by skilled workmen, $2.50 to $4.00. FrecJ TWollring LAKESIDE LIGHTS. Lee Arnold has built an office to the south side of his livery barn. Once again the baling machine is in operation at Theo. Thompson's, Hr. Travers living a...

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