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"?PS f - k : ::.- ..itfree. STARK
25 per cent off on
all Boots at Wanns.
We want our farmers to note
the adver in another column of the
Barteldes Seed house at Lawrence.
Many of our farmers, and gardi-
nera have used seed from them and
always found them true to name,
reasonable in price, pure and pure
to grow. Drop them a postal and
get their catalogue and 6ee.
A reliable man for Manager of
Branch office I visb to open in
Ellis county . Jf your record is O
K. here is a good opening. In
writing soy you 9aw Mm call id
the Free Press of Have. Kan for a
reference We also want agent
in every county everywhere, so
write. A T, MORRIS,
Illustrated catalogue 4 cts postage.
1899 COLUMBIA CALENDAR.
The 14th Edition ot the Well
known and Verv Useful
Pad makes its
The Pope Mfg. Co. of Hartford,
Conn , has issued the Columbia
Desk Pad Calendar for 1899 This
handy reminder has been for years
one ot the most pleasing ot special
advertising features We not that
the new calendar is verv similar
in design and make up to the 1898
calendar, ahho' it has more artistic
covers ani is more profusely illus
trated. Any person may obtain a
copy by ai.plyiDg to the nearest
Columbia dealer or by sending five
2-cent stamps to the Calendar
department, Pope Mfg. Co.
First Published Jan. 7, i899.
State of Kansas, Ellis Co SS.
In the Justices court, in and for Big
creek township, said county and eta e.
Gideon C. Jor VS Wm. McLain.
The Defendant will take notice that
he has been sued in eaid court before
ELI FOX, Justice of the Peace for Big
creek township. Ellis county, Kansas,
in the sum of eighteen (fiS.OO) dollars,
account of Labor performed, And the
case will be heard and trial given at my
office in Hays city. Kansas at iO o'clock
a.m. on Monday Feb. 6, i89U. If the de
fendant fail to appear iudsrnient will be
rendered for abovo amount and costs of
suit. ELI FOX.
Justice of the Peace. Big creek
township, Ellis county, Kansas,
J 7 f 4, pt fees $4
KA1AS HOME A08BRY.
For the Fall of 1898, and
Grand Spring ot 1899,
We have the choicest productions
HARDY NURSERY STOCK
adapted to the west.
Consisting ot Fruit trees,
Ornamentals, Shade tree?,
and Evergreen trees. Hardy
Forest free Seedlings ot the best
We desire to be represented in
Ellis counfy and the adjoining
ones to solicit orders, whom we
will allow a Liberal Commission
For term apply
A. H. Griesa,
Box J. LAWRENCE,
Timber culture Contest Notice.
Department of the Interior
L.U. S. Land Office,
Wakeeney, Kansas, No, 14022.
Dec i. 1893.
A sufficient contest affidavit having
been tiled in thi3 office by liichnru
finch, contestant, against timber cul
ture entry JN o. b064, made May 17th,
1880, for the SE section 2, Itwo)
lownship il, south, range 17 west, bth
P.m., by Orman H Finch, eontes
tec, in which it ii alleged that:
Claimant has failed to plow, plant or
re-plant acres or any part ot said
tract of land for the last 6 years, or
during tho ?th or 8th year- ef entry or
eause the samto be done, lhat thern
aie no trees growing on said land and
has tot been ince the 7thye-r cl sam
entry. That he has wholly abandoned
tho land; stud parties are hereby
notified to appear, respond and offer
evidence touching said allegation at
10 o'clock, a.m. on FEB. 18th. 1890,
k before the lleeister and Receiver at
! the U, S, Land office in Wafceeney,
j 1. T. Purcell, Register.
I John-A. Nelson, Atty,
4d 94 f nth
here cone to tbousanUs
ef satisfied castomers
9 For Haifa Century.
To celebrate this 50th nnr.ircr.
mtt w have issaeU a special
6oM WniiHag Edition of
tTTPlTP Garden PJ
A wonder of Lithographic Art.
twenty-four pases or colored
J'lates of Novelties and Special
lea. 113 pages o f reading matter
handsomely illustrated with half
tone engravings, elegantly bound
In Whits and tiold.
A marvel la C&talocne maklnc:
sua authority on ail su Meets Dertain-
earns aad a descriptive catalogue of all
lne to the carden. with care for the
This wort is too expensive to send indiscriminate??,
yet we want everyone interested to have- a copy without
cost, therefore will send Xh Solas aa a das bill for S3
Casta worth ef Seeds for only 13 csats la stamps.
. Vlcko Little Rem Catalogue. 1 Mailed 1
An illustrated descriptive pries list. I
Ibm Gardes axdTlobxi. Gcidb. i diressJ
Vfeko Monthly Mapizloe, enlarged, Improved,
amd op to date oo all subjects relating to GaraeaiBf,
Horticulture, eku, 50 cenU & year.
Special 1893 offer the Magfaxlne, one year,
'and Vick's Garden and Floral Guide lor S5 C
Onr New Plan Inant: rated this year gives you more
fur your moaay than any seed house la America.
JAMES YICKS S0NSv'
Waldo of Ellis and Wolfe of
Catharine assisted Probate Judge
in making bis final treasury exam
ination last Saturday and found ev
erything all right books and mo
ney tallied to a cent.
A Fine Piece of Color Work
An experienced art critic gives
it as his opinion that there will be
no handsomer piece of color work
issued this year than Hood's Sarsa
panl la Calendar for 1899. It is
not only useful, but artistic & beau
tiful, and up to date The charm
mg "American Girl" whose beauti
ful tace appears with a delicately
pointed flag m the background,
makes a pleasing feature which anv
one will be pleased to have .before
him tbe whole ot 1S99. We sup
pose druggist will have this Calen
dar, or a copy may be obtained by
sending 6 cents to
CI. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
For years our readers have been
buying Seed of Annabil & Co. ot
McPherson, and as they find their
prices very reasonable, get good
and pure seed ' ev send again.
Send a postal U i one of their new
catalog ie and see tne novelties
thev offer and their low prices.
First published Dec: 17, 1898.
In the District Court -within and for
the county of Ellis, in the State
IC a c a a
DANIEL HUTClilNSON, Plaintiff.
HERL.. and Rosalia Herl, his wife,
The Queen City Bank, J.J. Stoll,
Charles Cutler. The Mansfield Sav
ings Bank of Mansfield, Ohio, et al.
Case No. 2719.
The Queen City Bank of New York,
a corporation, J, J, Stoll, Charles
Cutler, and the Mansfield Savings Bank
of Mansfield,' Ohio, will take no
tice tnat tne said Daniel Hutchinson,
Elauitiff, did on the 14th day of I ecem
er 1898. file his petition in the said
District court, within ana for the cous
ty of Ellis, in the state of Kansas,
against the said H Herl and RosaJia
Herl. his wife, the Queen Citv Bank.
J. J. Stoll. Charles Cutler, the Mans
field Savings Bank of Mansfield. Chio.
defendants, et aland that the said The
Quen City Bank, J. J. Stoll, Charles
Cutier and the Mansfield Savings bank
must answer said peti ion filed as afore
said, on or before the 27th day of -'aj-
uary 18&9, or said petition will be taken
as true, and a judgment rendered in
said action against said defendants.
Id. Herl and Rosalia Herl. his wife.
for the sum of Five hundred dollars.
with interest thereon at the rate of 10
per cent, per annum, from the 17th day
of April 1894; and for the further sum
of $28 DO taxes wtth interest thereon at
the rate ot 10 per cent, per annum from
the let day of September, 1897; and for
costs of suit; and a further judgment
against said defendants, Tbe Queen
City Bank, J. J. Stoll, Charle Cutler
and the Mansfield Savings Bank, et al.
for the foreclosure of a certain mort
gage upon the following desribed real
estate, to wit:
South One half 1 of the North
East quarter of section twenty-
seven (27) in township fourteen (14)
sonth, range seventeen (17) west of the
6th principal meridian, lying and situ
ated in the county of Ellis in the state
of Kansas, and adjudging that said
plaintiff has the first lien on said nrem
lses, to the amount for which judgment
will be taken as aforesaid, and ordering
sain premises to be sold, without at
praisement, and the proceeds applied
to the Davment of the amniintf!nnrlnin
tiff and costs of suit, and forever barring
and foreclosing said defendants, and
each of them, ol and fro lu all right, title,
estate, interest, property and equity of
redemption, in or to said premises, or
any part tnereoi.
A. D. Gzlkeson. Atty for Fltff.
Attest; B.-'M. Dreiling,
d 17 j 7 pt fee $12.
First published Deo. 17, 1S!.
In the District court within and lor
the county of Ellis, in the State
DANIEL HUTCHINSON, Plaintiff,
H. HERL, and Rosalia Herl, his wife.
The Queen City Bank, J. J. Stoll,
nanes vuuer, xne Aiansneld Sav
ings Bank ot Mansfield, Ohio, ct al
Case No. 2718.
The Queen Citj- Bank of New York,
la corporation;, .) . J. Stoll, Charles
Cutler and the MansheJd Javings Bank
oi iuanaueia, utno, will tae
notieu that the said David Hutchinson.
planum, did on the 14th day of Decern
ber, ibys, file his petition in said iis-
u-icb court witnin ana ior tne count j
uiujs.iu me oiaie mi Kansas, against
tne said a. neri, and Kosaiia Herl, his
wiie, iiie Vi'ieen uity $ank, J.J. bioli,
Charles Cutler and the Mansfield Sav
ings Bank, et al defendants, and that
tne sam lne yueen Uity liank, J.J.
Stoll, Charles Cutler aud the Mans
field savings Bank must answer taid
petition filed as aforesaid, onorbeiore
tne 5Jtb da of January. 1899 or taid
petition will be taken as true, and a
judgment rendered in said action
against said defendants H. Herl, and
iw-tLLa Herl, his wife for the sum of
tive Hundred Uollars, with interest
thereon at the rate of 10 Per cent, ner
annum irom the 17th day of April, 1894;
and for the further sum of 28.90 taxes
win interest tnereon at the rate oi 10
per cent per anrum from the 1st dav
oi September lbU7; and for costs of
suit; iuia a further judgment against
said defendants Xhe Queen City Dank,
J.J. atoil, Charles Cutier, U. H.ri,
and boj-alia Herl his wile nrf ;h
Man-field Savings Bank of Mansfield,
Cbio, lor the torecloaure of a certain
mortgage upon the iodowmg describ
ed real estate, to wit:
North One half fjl of the north
east quarter (J) of section twenty seven
(27) in township fourteen (14) south, of
range. seventeen (17) west of the Cth
lying and situated in the county of Ellis,
in ttie state of Kansas, and adjndgiug
thutaid plaintiff has the first lirn ou
said premises, to the amount for which
ju'gment will be taken as aforesrid,
andordering said premises to be sold,
without appraisement, and the proceeds
applied to the payment of the anvonnt
due plaintiff and costs of suit, md for
ever barring and foreclosing said
defendants, and each of them, ofund
from all right, title, estate, interest,
property and equity of redemption, in
or to said premises, or to any part
AD G Meson, Afy for Mttf.
Attest: . B. M. DreiKng.
I. s j Clerk,
417 j7 ptfe ?12.
SOME RARE TANSIES. ;
We have tried the seed of May &
Co for 3 ears. To give o; read
ers an opportunity to test l;.v:ir fa
mous Pansy seees, -MAY & CO .
the well known seed growers of
St. Panl. Minnesota, (who furnish
ed the Government the seed pack
ets) wi'.l mail their Giant Pansy
collection to any person sending
them only 10 cents in silver and
enclosing this notice from the
"Free-Press.' This 75 cent col
lection consists of over 500 seeds
of the following 5 rare varieties,
put up in separate packets and
enough for a large Pansy bed:
Improved snow Queen, white;
the Shah, bronze colored;
Gorgeous, dark brownish red;
Swanley, delacate lavender blue;
German prize mixed, a superb
mixture of choice varieties.
Send the 10 cents for the Pansy
collection and give them the names
and address of 4 persons Who
Buy seeds and raise a garden and
flowers and they will include free
a packet of tho wonderful Horn
Poppy. On each packet will be
printed full cultural instructions
They will also send to any ot
our gardiner or farmer subscribers
one package of their extra early
Tree Tomato on receipt of 6 cents
in stamps. Their handsomely illus
trated Catalogue will be mailed
fre on application to anyone who
intends to purchase seeds this
spring. Address MAY & CO
St. Paul, Minnesata.
J. H. Gregg, of Dundee, Kas..
writes: My little daughter who
has been troubled with croup ever
since she was 3 months old, 1 nev
er found anvthmar to relieve her
until I tried Begsr's Cherrj' rough
syrup, and that has cured her en
tirely. I think it is the best cough
syrup on the market. At Farley s.
QUICK "RED . HOP NEWS.
Intense Interest in tne coming
Legislature a?td Administration.
Kansas people are alwa3's wide
awake. They are readers of news
papers, of course. Everybody reads
in Kansas, arid everybody ougnt
to read alone with his home papers,
a good, interesting, reliable, daily
paper printed at the capital city
ot the best state in the union.
The Topeka Daily State Journal
appeals to people who want to
know, firt of all the news, know
it quickly, fully and ungarblcd
well reported and honestly and
accurately presented m a readable
and interesting form. It will be
mailed to any address in Kansas
or elsewhere for sixty calender days
for sixty cents, or one hundred
days tor one hundred cents.
A dollar will mora than coves
the entire session ot the legislature
ane the eaily days of the new
administration. Of course, it is
understood that the State Journal
receives the full Associated Press
repots and publishes a very large
amount of state, railroad, political
and other news in advance of all
Those who subscribe at once
Lwill secure all of the proceedings
or me legislature wnicn meets on
Jan. 0th, Send 60 cents and get
that news every evening,
Earlier thsn Elbert ; skin tough
s good shipper. Consult onr bud
ded list of Peach Trees (orer
100,000)60 Tsrieties; Asparagus,
Strawberry Plants, Plana and
Apple Trees. Send for catalogue.
HAB&1S0.1 8 2TCBS&1UE 9, ttsriis, fti.
Homestead Content Notice.
Department of the Interior,
U.S. Land Office, Wakeeney, Kansas.
Dpc. 2ist, 1898 No 14023.
A sufficient affidavit having been liled
in this office by William Johnson, con
testant, against Homestead entry No.
4,:'41, made January 15, 1S9S, for the
W section 4, township li south, in
range IS west 6th p.m. in Kansas by
Joseph addison, contestee, in which
it is allleged that
Claima-thas wholly abandoned said
tract, That he has changed his resi
dence therefrom for more than six
months since making said entry and
next prior to the date hereof; that said
tract is not settled upon and cultivated
by said party as required oy law, That
claimant has not built a house upon the
Sand, and that said abandonment is not
'ue to the fact that claimant is in the
United Scates army or navy,
said parties are hereby notified to ap
pear, respond and offer evidence touch
ng said allegatian at 10 o'clock A,M
on FiB. 21st. 1S'J9 before the Rear
?ster and Receiver at the United States
Land office in Wakeeney, Kansas,
I. T. FUKCELL., Register.
John A. Nelson, Attv. I
d3 fI8 !
New Timber culture Contest
IT- S. Land Office.
Wakeeney, Kansas, No.
Uec. 23, I 14010.
A sufficient contest affidavit having
kon tiled in this office by Frank
ernjns, contestant, against Timber
culture enlrv No 1)1)53, made July. 23rd
ioSOlor tho XXV i of sec. SI,
township 12 south, range 16 west,
ben pnn. mer. Kansas, bv
Samuel W. Humphrey, jontcstee, in
whlTrh it is alleged tnat; Claimant has
never plowed or planted or cause to
e plwtd or planted any part of said
land to trees, tree seeds or cuttings:
that he has entirely abandot ed the
s-iid tract of land and failed to do ai y
worK 011 sain land or cause tre same ta
b done for the last ten years
iSaid parties are
hereby notified to appear, respond
and offerefidence touching said alle
gation atjlO o'clock A.m. on Feb. 23,
ieOU lefore the Kegister & Keceivcr at
the U. b. Land Office m Wakeeney
l'he said contestant havincr, in proper
affidavit, tiled Oct. 13 18SS, set forth
facts which show that after due dilifr
nc-i, personal service f this notice can
oit ct- made, it is nereDi ora -rea aad
lirelwl tli at such notice be given by
d'ji- proper iubhc&ticn.
I T. PUBELL. n'jriT.
JVUS A. NjLSOX. ATIi". - doltltf
The cattle held on the Reserva
tion by Frank -'Monroe are to be
shipped to Kansas city market
The Odd Fellows
Lodge of our city had a fine time
Thursday evening when they instal
led their new officers
N. G Wm. Stoner; V.G An
drew Jensen; R.s. to N.G. Ed
Yost; L..8. to N.G. Brad Fox;
TVarden Fred Miller; conductor
E R. Cole; The exercises were
held in GAR hall and were very in
teresting, the Ladies Quartette ren
dering some splendid music.
And - then al' cnjoi'ed an -oyster
banquet at Mrs Rice's.
can be overcome in almost all cases
by the use of Scott's Emulsion of
Cod-Liver Oil and the Hypophos
phites of Lime and Soda. "While
it is a scientific fact that cod-live?
oil is the most digestible oil in ex
it is not only palatable, but it i;
already digested- and made ready
for immediate absorption by the
system. It is also combined with
supply a. food not only for
the tissues of the body, but
for the bones and nerves,
and will build up the child
when its ordinary food
does not supply proper
Be sure you get SCOTT'S Emulsion. See that the
man and fish are on the wrapper.
All druggists ; 50c and $1.00.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists. New York.
Why? Do vou complain of indi
gestion, constipation and liver ills,
when Beags' Little Giant Fills are
within such easy reach. They are
today without a superior, do not
grip or gripe, and can be relied
upon to effect a speedy cure when
all others are without the least
avail. Be sure and ask for "Beggs"'.
Take no substitute.
For sale bv Farley.
Our NEW SEED CATALOGUE
of Garden, Grass. Flower & Tree
seeds is now ready, you can
have it for the asking-, don't
delay9 send for one NOWi
We also buy Sorghum, millet, alfalfa,
kaffir corn, Jerusalem corn and all other
kinds of Grass seeds and need grains
if any to offer please corres
pond with us.
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Sick Headache, . Diabetes. Dyspepsia. Cnnsumpt'on, Jaundice,
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Diseases of the Nervs and Brain,
Ke.-llessnefi1, Impure Wood. etc.
Mrs. B F Henry, Fact, Clay Co- Kansas says of this Great
Nerve; Blood, Stomach. Liver and Kidney Cure: "I was troaMed
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Purely, vegetable. Price SI a bottle
Dr. A. 33. Seeley's Magic Cough cure,
Seelve's Maoric Conah. Ci.nsnn otion and LmGnime cure for
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Influenza or L Grippe and nil disease of tin- Lunes and Respira
torv organs, This great remedy contain no opium or narcotic
drug that only palliates-or hinders tb cure, but is composed from
the best remedial agents for the above diseases known to Patholo
gists, Get a bottle of Seelve's cure f-day and it will pay a
betier rale of iatcictt on the- investment of 50 cents than anything
you can huv.
PKICE 50 CTS. AND
Dr. Seeleyjs Extracts.
Dr. Seelve's Xripl? Flavoring -"Extracts of I tmn, Orange, Piue
;pp!e, Uavberry Banana and ' V:iill:i"" possess the mot natural
troit Ihtvor of anv known and are re -nm rmnded fr ih-ir absolute
inn it;, and sirongth. and are tnllv e- r.ntf ed t trno satif.-:cton
in i vtrv rpspec!, a-our mm-.patron- u tf Thfie Exr.-tct?i are
made froui the b uiu'tri.i! piocuialle. muU me ju.-t what-You wilt
always use after You have given them a trial. You get nearly three
ounces of pure extract for 25 cents, . and il strength and flavoring
qu dines are what You, wish, then trv these goods NOW and You
wll continue to use them. All good grocers sell Dr. Seeiae's Ex
tracts and You should insist that Yt.u have them. ' It Your dealer
do-s tot haudle our good-, write to us for an Agency for Yonr
Dr, A. B Seslys Medicine Co., Abilens, Kos.
t"Jo tn A. A Huovtr or tl.
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It wi'l pay You to see our work
and sret onr Prices. Fine line of
New caid stock. Rest mntenals,
eto., We make a splendid Man
tello Photo for only 2 per dozen.
Call at the Wilson place south side
oftoWD Judd Wood,
Again we present our readers
the adver of that old familiar and
well known reliable seed house f
James Viek & Sons. This houe
was started long before the war,
and so satisfactory have been the
seeds they send out the firm has"
kept going these long years and
continually made more and more
friends. Give them a trial order.
For External Piles, Cuts, Burns
and Bruises. Old Sores, Eczema,
and all skin diseases, Beggs' Ger
man Salve stands today without a
peer. It is an old reliable remedy
and if used freely wounds will heal
without a car Be careful to get
"Beggs" and be sure of a speedy
cure. For sale by J. C Farley.
I am now prepared to do Dress
making at my home, 1st r'oor west
of Reemsuyders, north "iotnut
street, and ask for your v rk and
believe it will prove sat factory
and prices reasonable.
Mrs. JAMES CARTER,
Ferry' a. The best'
seeds crown are
seeds bowd are Ferry's.
Tbe best seeds known are I
erry's. It pays to pi&nt
Ask tbe dealer for them. Bend for
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1 and get all that's good ana c4r i
new tne latest tna e?rca
rrJRrf tfle best- fiilSVM
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Pistol With two Stevexs Oiahohj Mob.
J lengtlis of barrel, 6 andl10 inclies Everif
one guaranteed. JPrice, Postpaid, $5.00 tcith
Z 6-iici barrel : $7 .50 tcith lO-inch barrel.
We make a full line of rijtes ; Price, from $G.OO
upwards. Every arm tee turn out is warranted
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For the BEST
10 TO IIEMIWi!I0
We keep the Standard, Wheeler
& Wilson, "and Union, the best
in the market tor the money and
ricture irames. u ndrta icing p
All kinds of Furniture made to orderii
and Eepairing neatly
ed workmen at
The largest stock of
ved. Good paper at
ttinaow bhades on spring rollers, complete
at 15 cents. A full line of
Carpet samples lrom 2 of the
leading Carpe houses for vour selection,
from which Carpets will be sold at lowest
Call and see for yourselves.
Lovely Women in the Lagar
at the Quinio Cclliiiros, Portugal.
GirJa treading; Grapes, to music, wearing .short jackets and short linen pants,
but a great variety of headgear. A violinist. seated, on the edjje of the vat. fiddles
while one or two of the damsels join in with their voices, keeping time with their
feet, treading the grapes.
Rubber Rollers are Used for Crushing tho Grapes to Make
Speer's Port, Burgundy, Claret and Other Wines, "
Thich, as is well known, rival the world in excellence, for invalids and
ajed persons, and are made from the Oporto srape grown on vines im
ported from Portug-al forty years agr. The soil of northern New Jersey,
containing iron, is just suited for them. Mr. Speer, however, uses the
improved way of mashing the grapes. He employs large rollers of
rubber run by an engine which crush grapes at the rate of a barrel
a minute. Speer's Wines, especially the Port and Burgundy now in
market, are of very old vintage, and have no superior. Physicians
far and near prescribe them for weakly females and aged persons.
They are blood-making, adding iron to the system, and tend to pro
long life. Extensively used at parties, weddings and general family
use. JSold by Druggists and Grocers who deal in Wixfcs.
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Cfl CCD PPMT QftVIMP Requires
JU I kit UUOi WnilllUa
a better fence- A full line of Field and
Gaies, Posts, Rail, etc Write for full
U 7S Varieties la Stock. Iet
stock" of Peach Tree in the cemj
try. PR1CELS are til risrht ibr the
If you fcave new rxlr& oar thrsJa
clatea of Nw BVn 1 1. r? !
CHICOPEE FALLS, MASS.
Win do w shades?
done by expeiieno4
Wall paper just recei
5 cts a roll.
y s v S '.ysy
s x x szx:
V V "V V V"
V V S V
P&teoted July 6, 1897.
no top or bottom rail and only X as
posts as the old style netting and makes
Hog Fencing, Steel Picket
rwn Fence, .
' x x
UNION FENCE CO., DeKalb, 111.