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The Valentine Democra
I. M. RICE , Publisher.
VALENTINE , NEBRASKA
Omaha and South Omaha will prot
ably join in a celebration of Labo
Miss Nettie E. Brosius of Valentine
Neb. , has been appointed to the posi
tion at Fort Mohave Indian school
Norway has adopted the Erhard
system of artillery and has ordere <
twenty-two complete batteries fron
E-Senator Pugh's condition showi
improvement at Washington. Hii
physicians express themselves as en
Francis Schlatter , the so-callec
Divine healer , " was tried in the polici
court at Washington Saturday , am
fined ten dollars or thirty days in th <
The president has appointed Willian
Cameron mine inspector for the In
dian territory , and D. Clem Deaver re
ceiver of public moneys at O'Neill
Mrs. Fred Hodge , a fanner's wife
residing near Oxford , Wis. , was crim-
inaly assaulted by two masked men
while returning from the field. It i
feared she will die.
The secretary of the German nav : ?
and some German manufacturers are
using large quantities of an oily pro
duct of German brown coal tar call
ed "Masut" for heating and steam
At Beatrice , Neb. , Jack Gorman was
arrested for stealing a horse and
buggy from H : W. Rodman. As he
had counterfeit money in his posses
sion he will also be held for the
United States authorities.
A London dispatch says : "The sec
retary of state for India has received
a dispatch from the viceroy , saying
that the monsoon is weak and irregu
lar , but generally sufficient for sow
ing , except in Gujarat and Punjab. "
The state department has issued a
warrantto the representative of tho
state of Missouri to secure the return
from Monterey , Mexico , under extra- )
dition of Adolph Groger , who is
charged with embezzlement of $3,000
from a company in which he was em
ployed in St. Louis.
The weekly crop bulletin of the Bur-
lington railway , which has just been
prepared in the office of General Su
perintendent Calvert and submitted
to General Manager Holdrege , shows
that while Nebraska has not been do
ing itself proud this year in the pro-
. duction of record breaking crops , the
state is going to do a great deal bet
ter than many others.
According to preliminary estimates
made by Commissioner Evans , the
sum spent for pensions during the
year ending June 30 , 1901 , was $138-
531,000 an increase of only $69,000
over the total for 1899-1900. Mean
while 44,861 original pensions were
granted , 4,751 names were restored to
the roll and re-ratings were allowed
in over 60,000 cases.
The census office has issued a state
ment giving the statistics of the
school , militia , and voting population
of the states of Idaho and Illinois ,
and Hawaii , the results being as fol
lows : School age , Hawaii , 33,774 ;
Idaho , 54,964 ; Illinois , 1,589,915. Males
of militia age , Hawaii , 72,596 ; Idaho ,
41,785 ; Illinois , 1,091,472. Males of
voting age , Hawaii , 79,607 ; Idaho , 79-
607 ; Idaho , 53,932 ; Illinois. 1,401,456.
Secretary Root has appointed CHas.
Conant special commissioner of the
war department to investigate the
banking and coinage in the Philip
pines and report to the secretary of
war recommendations for reme'dial
Mr. Wilson , secretary of agriculture ,
does not take so gloomy a viewof
the agricultural prospects between
the Allegheny and the Rocky moun
tains as do some of the so-called ex
perts who are not connected with the
The official mandate of 'the court of
appeals of Kentucky , ordering the
Scott county circuit court to grant
ex-Secretary of State Caleb Powers
another trial , was issued. It is pos
sible that the trial will be held in
- An alleged highwayman , giving his
name as Will Jones of St. Joseph , Mo. , ,
was probably fatally shot through th
t base of the spine at Leavenworth ,
Kan. , while seeking to escape from
a policeman. His companion , giving
the name of Murphy , was captured.
1 Rural free delivery will be estab
lished on September 2 at Sac City , Sac
county , la. , with four carriers.
Reeves Bros. ' boiler works at Alli
ance , Ohio , was completely destroyed
by fire. Loss estimated at about $100-
000 , with | 40,000 insurance.
The comptroller of the currency has
approved the application of the fol
lowing persons to organize the
Farmers' National bank of Red Oak ,
la. , with a capital of $50,000 : Ralph
Pringle , M. Chandler , W. T. Marshall.
R. F. Owens and others.
Many Thousands Are in El Eeno to Wit
ness the Great Land Lottery.
EXPECTANCY AMONG HOMESEEKER2
Everyone Confident of Being a Share
bolder of the Lucky Few Not as Ex
citing as a "Ban" Applicant * Have Bn
One Chance In Thirteen to Gef a Prlzi
EL RENO , Okl. , July 29. All Is ex
pectascy tonight among-the thousand !
of homeseekers here over the gram
lottery that begins tomorrow morning
There are 13,000 claims to be distrib
uted , and so each of the 165,865 per
sons who have registered during th
last firteen days has about one chance
in thirteen of winning. It is ja. long
shot , but every one apparently feels
confident of being numbered among
the lucky , and in consequence the best
of good nature prevails.
While the scene lacks the great ex
citement of the "run" which has here
tofore been a part of other land open
ings in this part of the country , the
last act in the throwing open to settle
ment of the Kiowa-Comanche reserva
tions will not be"without life and ani
mation. The drawing will take place
in the center of the city and will be
witnessed by thousands of people. It
will be accomplished on a large plat
form in the open air , around which
the sloping hillsides form a natural
A commission appointed last week
by Secretary Hitchcock and composed
of W. A. Richards , assistant commis
sioner of the general land office , and
who has had charge of the registra
tion , D. P. Dyer of St. Louis , former
United States district attorney , and
Frank Dale , ex-chief justice of Okla
homa , will have the drawing in charge.
The actual drawing will be both
novel and extremely interesting. On
the platform will be two oblong box
wheels , each fifteen feet in length , one
to hold the names of the applicants
for homesteads in the El Reno dis
trict , and the other for those of the
Lawton district Into these wheels
will be placed envelopes containing
names of all the registered applicants.
The envelopes will have first been
brought to the platform in packages
A corresponding series of numbers
upon slips will be placed in another
receptacle , from which they will be
drawn out at random. The package of
envelopes bearing the first number
drawn will be the first to be placed in
the drawing box and well distributed ,
when another number will be drawn
and another package of envelopes dis
tributed , and this course will be con
tinued until all of the envelopes have
been placed in the box wheels , after
which the wheels will be revolved for
a sufficient length of time to insure a
thorough mixing of the envelopes.
In each wheel there are five aper
tures from which the enevlopes will
finally be drawn. Ten men for each
aperture will perform the actual draw
ing. The order in which they will be-
? in at each wheel will be determined
The first envelope drawn will be No.
L , which will be at once opened and
Lhe identification sliya which it con-
iains will be given a corresponding
number , and the name and residence
ivhich appear upon the slip will be
publicly announced , This course will
3e pursued , numbering each envelope
ind its contents consecutively , until
.wenty-five numbers have been drawn
rom one box , when an equal number
; vill be drawn from the other box in
i similar manner. This course will be
) ursued until 500 names have been
Irawn from each box , when , if the
: ommittee deem is best to do so , ar-
'angements will be made for drawing
simultaneously from each box.
After the names have been drawn
md announced they will be recorded
ind a notice prepared to be made to
he one whose name is drawn. The
Lrawing will proceed in this manner
mtil every envelope in both boxes has
> een drawn out.
The Exposition Is Paying.
BUFFALO , July 29. President John
} . Millburn of the Pan-American ex
position issued a statement today
irhich in , part says : "The exposition
las been more than paying its ex-
lenses since the beginning of June and
ias already accumulated a conslder-
ble surplus. An attendance during
LUgust , September and October of the
otal attendance at Chicago in "Octo-
er alone will pay all the obligations
f the exposition and will leave a sur-
May .Cause Complications.
DENVER , July 29. William Rad-
liffe , owner of the lease on the Grand
lesa lakes in Delta county , has been
ummoried to Washington for consult-
tion with the state department. This
ives an international aspect to the re-
ent shooting of two men by a deputy
ame warden , the burning of Rad-
liffe's hotel and the threatened lynch-
ag of the proprietor by , a mob of Delta
ounty citizens. Radcliffe claims to
e a subject of King Edward.
WEATHER BUREAU .ENCOURAGE !
Bala Having Fallen It Believes the Co :
Belt Will Get More.
WASHINGTON July 29. Tl
weather bureau's advices from tl
great corn belt Saturday were moi
encouraging than any that have con
to hand for forty days , showing i
the opinion- -the forecasters that tl
drouth has been broken by generi
showers in many portions of that s
tion and with a prospect of their coi
tinuation today. Coincident with tl
fall of rain have come reduced ten
perjures. With few exceptions th
temperatures reported were not ol
normally high , no maximums of 10
degrees being reached. West of th
Mississippi river they were generall
in the neighborhood of 90 degrees.
The forecasters , while not makin
any specific predictions as to the el
feet of the rain on the crops , expres
the .opinion thatallthose * cropswhic !
have not been irreparably ruined wil
be benefited by the breaking of th
drouth. The late crops naturally wouli
be helped the most.
The reports show that during th
past twenty-four hours showers wer
quite general in he corn belt and wen
heavy over much of the state of low ;
and over part of the corn belt no
hitherto visited by rains , including
western Nebraska , southern Missour
INDIANS INTEND TO fILE.
Find a Means of Holding : Lands In tin
OKLAHOMA CITY , O. T. , July 29.-
Keo Tuck , an Indian , has given notice
at the land office at El Reno of his in
tention to file upon the quarter sec
tion of land adjoining the town site
if Lawton , which will be the principal
: own in the new country of the Kiowa
ind Comanche reservation. This is
probably the most valuable tract of the
mtire 13,000 to be opened.
The application is made under a
section of the United States statutes
massed in 1887 , which gives to every
lomeless Indian the right to go to any
) art of the public domain and to make
mtry for any tract of land that .is not
n the possession of a homesteader.
Che section has never been repealed
ind the right of the Indians who have
10 allotments or who were omitted
rom the tribal rolls is one that "they
: an exercise at any time , it is stated.
THOUSAND SILVER DOLLARS.
iack of Money Disappears from a Chi
cago National Bank.
CHICAGO , July 29. A sack of 1,000
liver dollars has mysteriously disapp
eared from the Commercial National
tank and all of the detectives have
teen put on the case , but their ef-
orts so far have been futile. The
lackage was left outside of the vault
y mistake when the bank closed for
he night and since then no trace of
t can be found.
This is the second strange disap-
learance of a package of money be-
onging to the Commercial National
tank within a year. Detectives are
till looking for a $20,000 bundle of
ills shipped by the bank with the
idams Express company to the Na-
ional State bank of Burlington , la. ,
LUgust 17last. . When the package
fas opened at Burlington it contain-
d only slippings of papers.
OMAHA MAN SELECTED.
T. Foster. Chairman of Nebraska Com
mittee , to Be at Land Drawing : .
EL RENO , Okl. , July 29. Governor
Lichards , chairman of the committee
ppointed by the president to conduct
tie drawing of the new lands to be
pened for settlement , suggested that
ach state select a committee to be
resent at the drawing to see it was
lirly and honestly conducted.
Acting upon his suggestion the Ne-
raskans met and selected the follow-
ig committee : Dr. H. A. Foster of
raaha , chairman ; J. E. Jones of Hast-
igs , George. Hess of Omafla , F. A.
weezy of Blue Hill and Amos Quinn
C Beatrice. Their headquarters are
t the law office of Crow & Jones ,
3om 4 , Warren block.
Kansas Thoroughly. Soaked.
ATCHISON , Kan. , July 29. The
routh in northern Kansas , wh-cb. haJ
.stt'd without interruption since April
, ' , was broken Saturday ni ht an-1
unday morning. The Missouri Pacific
tilroad has received reports from all
s stations which extend 300 miles
cstward from the Missouri river and
srtbward into Nebraska , aad ail e-x-
jpt two or three report a downpour
: from one-fourth of an inch to two
ii-'nes. The rain was a steady , , dr.'z-
iug one. *
Arizona's Total Acreage.
WASHINGTON , July 29. According
a bulletin issued by the census bu-
; au there are 5,809 farms in Arizona ,
ith a total acreage of 1,935,327 acres ,
: which 254,521 are improved. Of
tese farms 1,769 are owned by In-
Crisp ! Growing : Worse.
NAPLES , July 29. The bulletin is-
led late tonight regarding the con-
ition of Signer Francesco Crispi says
le heart trouble is increasing.
INTERSTATE OLD SETTLERS.
Pioneers of Nebraska and Kansas to Me <
at Bob Scott's.
LINCOLN , Neb. , July 27. Earl
settlers in the territory which include
Nemaha and Pawnee counties In Ne
braska and the two adjoining COUE
ties just below the state line in Kar
.sas have rformed -Interstate Ol
Settlers' association and on July 3
and August 1 the organization wl
have its first annual meeting. * Th
gathering will be at Turkey creel
in Bob Scott's grove , a section whic !
figures prominently in the pionee
history of the state and which is sal
to have been the camping place c
John Brown , the Harper's Ferry hen
Thirty years' continued residence i :
the territory is the requirement o
membership , but everybody is invltei
to attend , the meeting.
Governor Savage has accepted ai
invitation to. represent Nebraska a
the gathering. He will deliver an ad
dress before the assemblage on Au
gust 1. J. Sterling Morton of Ne
braska City , Governor Stanley am
Congressman Bailey of Kansas an
also named on the program.
Wanted the Bridge To Bnrn.
WYMORE , Neb. , July 27. The wes
approach of the Burlington bridge No
39 , across the Blue river , about a mil <
east of town , was discovered to be 01
fire about 11 o'clock at night by Franl
Crawford. While returning to towr
he gave the alarm. He was met by E
stranger who tried to get him not tc
give the alarm , and failing in the at
tempt he fired three shots at Craw
ford , none of which took effect , how
ever. The bridge gang succeeded in
putting out the fire but not until three
spans of the bridge had burned.
Find Evidence of Guilt.
HASTINGS , Neb. , July 271 Coinci-
den twith the removal of the post-
office seeming proof of the guilt of Ed
Bexton was found. His November re
ports as money order clerk were in
complete , and the department at
Washington has been annoyed there
by. Bexton insists that he had for
warded the reports. When the miss
ing report was discovered and Bexton
confronted with it he confessed to
issuing a forged money order for
twenty dollars. Further developments
are looked for.
Sues Head of Geneva Home.
' FREMONT , Neb. , July 27 Miss
Anna Strellner of Ames has begun ac
tion against B. R. B. Weber , formerly
superintendent of the industrial
school at Geneva , and others of the
instructors and managers , for $10,000.
She alleges that during the year 1900 ,
for some alleged infraction of the
rules , she was kept for seven days
and nights in a cell without sufficient
clothing. As a result of her exposure
one of her arms became diseased and
will probably have to be. amputated.
Republican State Convention.
LINCOLN , Neb. , July 27. The re
publicans of the state of Nebraska
are called to meet in convention at the
auditorium in Lincoln on Wednesday ,
August 28 , 1901 , for the purpose of
placing in nomination candidates for
the following offices : One judge of
the supreme court , two regents of the
university of the state of Nebraska ,
and for the transaction of such other
business as may regularly come before
said , convention.
Blackleg : Among : Cattle.
CALLAWAY , Neb. , July 27. Blaek-
le ghas again made its appearance in
; his locality , many cattle having met
leath from its effects the past week.
Phe cattlemen % are busy vaccinating
; heir herds , and otherwise guarding
igainst the disease. Numerous re-
Dorts also come to the effect that
nany fat hogs are dying from the in-
: ense heat.
Good "Wheat Yield.
SEWARD , Neb. , July 27. The
vheat yield is even better than previ-
msly reported. Scarcely any fields
ire turning out less than twenty-five
mshels per acre , while some have
jone over forty. One farmer living
n the south part of the county
hreshed a field of 200 acres that av-
iraged thirty bushels to the acre.
Fined for Violating Fish I.HW.
FREMONT , Neb. , July 27. Deputy
lame Warden Carter had Charles
tenton and A. W. Burns arrested for
ishing in the Platte river with trot
ines containing more than five hooks.
Phey Claimed they did not know
nything about the new law and were
et off with the lowest fine.
Populist State Committee.
LINCOLN , Neb. , July 27. Chair
man J. H. Edmisten announces that
be populist state central committee
rill meet in Lincoln on August 7 , the
ame date as that set for the meeting
f the free silverites and democrats.
Court Hon e Bonds Defeated.
SEWARD , Neb. , July 27. At the
pecial election held here , when an
80,000 court house proposition was
oted upon , it failed to carry.
THE NEBRASKA GUARD.
Adjutant-General Colby Forwards Cert
icate to Washington.
LINCOLN , Neb. , July 29. Adjuta
General Colby has sent a certificate
the war department at Washingt *
certifying the number of men in a
tive service in the Nebraska Nation
Guard the past year. On this certi
cate the appropriation from the ge
eral government for the guard is ba
ed. Last year the appropriatU
amounted to about $17,000. It will 1
about the same this year. The adji
tant general's statement shows th
2,077 men were regularly organize
uniformed and in the service of tl
state during the year ending June 3
1901. This number comprises 1'
commissioned officers and 1,950 ei
listed men. The average attendant
of officers and men at drills and pz
rades was 1,007.
The adjutant general has or.dere
another list of officers of the Nebras
ka National Guard to appear at hi
office a'c. 9 a. m. Wednesday , Augus
7 , to stand examination as to thei
fitness to hold commissions in th
guard. The state military board wl
also meet on the same day. The es
amining board will comprise Colont
Ernest H. Tracy , Major William E
Wood and Major R. Emmett Giffir
Captain Charles M. Hichardson , com
pany LFirst regiment , is the onl
officer of his rank in the list of thos
to be examined. The first lieutenant
are : A. M. Hull , .quartermaster , Firs
regiment ; George T. Nor then , com
pany I , Second regiment ; Leroy
Patch , company A , Second regiment
George H. Emery , company L , Firs
regiment ; Herald jBednair compan :
K , Second regiment ; , Edwin F. Wil
helmy , company C , Second regiment
The second lieutenants are : Henr :
Olson , company I , First regiment ; Ar
thur R. Marshall , company A , Firs
regiment ; Charles E. Brown , compan :
E , Second regiment ; John T. Cham
bers , company K , Second regiment
Charles M. Anderson , company , C
Second regiment ; William H. Ray
company I , Secondregiment ; Claytoi
J. Norton , company B , Second regi
ment ; William S. Baldwin , troop A.
Deputy Game Wardens.
LINCOLN , Neb. , July 29. Gover
nor Savage has appointed the follow
ing deputy game wardens to serv <
without compensation : A. J. Shirlej
of Ord , for Valley county ; J. A. Ed
wards of Franklin , for Franklin coun
ty ; G. W. Whitehorn of Spencer , foi
Boone county ; L. K. McGaw of Osce-
ala , for Polk county ; W. A. Myers ol
iUma , for Harlan county ; J. E. Cos
) f Cairo , for Hall county ; M. H. Bru-
aing of Cedar Bluffs , for Saunders and
Heeded Not .the Warning.
M'COOK , Neb. , July 29. Ben GlasT-
ion of Nelson , Neb. , was struck by an
mgine on the Narrows , about a mile
; ast of McCook , and instantly killed ,
ilasson was walking along the track
ind heedless of the stock whistle
ounded , attempted to cross the trade
n front of the train at a curve. He
vas struck back of the head , dashed
o one side of the track and instantly
tilled. The coroner's jury exonerated
-railroad company from blame.
Howe's Welcome Home.
AUBURN , Neb. , July 29. The work
if the committee having in charge
reparations for the reception of Hon.
Ihurch Howe , United States consul ,
iheffield , England , on his return
ome , July 30 , is about completed ,
arge posters announcing the date ,
rith half-tone portrait of Mr. Howe ,
re being freely displayed in all parts
f the city. The Pawnee City band of
hirty pieces has been engaged for the
Farmer's Xarrow Escape *
ASHTON , Neb. , July 29. Adam
'rederick , a farmer living five miles
orth of here , was overcome by heat
'hile mowing hay in a deep ravine ,
[ e fell in front of the rowing ma-
tiine and * t passed over his body. He
as carried home unconscious and
ir. Howard of Ashton called , who
> und two ribs broken and other in-
jrnal injuries. His condition is seri
Another Snspect Arrested.
SPRINGVIEW , Neb. , July 29. Dep-
ty Sheriff Hackler arrested William
Castings for alleged cattle stealing. '
: e pleaded not guilty at the prelim-
tary hearing and was bound over to
le October term of district court in
le sum of $1,500. This is the fifth
ae of the Helyer and Bingham men
lat have been arrested in the last
< fo weeks.
r and Seekers From Pair nee.
PAWNEE CITY , Neb. , July 29. Out
! about thirty who went to El Reno
> secure land , about twenty are yet
iere , and will stay till after the
awing. Quite a number went down
riday and will take up their resi-
> nce with those already there. They
; port the weather pleasant and the
ghts cool and are getting along well ,
here are over fifty thousand people
jnped on about a square mile at El
Fro HI Pnlpit to Consulate.
Rev. Dr. C. P. H. Nason , who has
resigned the pastorate of tho Second
Presbyterian church in Germantown ,
Pa. , is to be United States consul at
Grenoble , France. Dr. Nason was-
graduated at Williams college in 1862 ,
which was President Carter's class and
his degree was conferred by Williams
two years ago. This is rather a pleas
ant way for a cergyman to retire.
Rev. Mr. Nason was acting pastor of
the American church in Paris in 1899.
A College Professor qje 8O.
Although President Henry G. Weston
of Crozer Theological seminary is more
than 80 years old , he performs all t he-
duties of his office and will deliver four
lectures next week at the interdenom
inational Bible class to be held at Lake
Orion , Mich. As long ago as 1S49 he
was moderator of the Baptist General
Association of Illinois , which state was-
the scene of his early labors.
"Bobs" Is a Crack Rider.
Lord Roberts is a fearless rider and :
usually well in at the death In a fox
hunt , but his eminence as a hunting :
man depends on his splendid eye for
country and his unrivaled knowledge
of horse flesh and not on mere dare-
deviltry. Lord Roberts has had bis :
share of "croppers , " but , thanks to his
light , steel-built frame , he has never
come to any serious harm in the hunt
Six Doctors This Time.
South Bend , Ind. , July 29th : Six
different doctors treated Mr. J. O. Lan-
deman , of this place for Kidney Trou
ble. He had been very ill for three
years , and he despaired of ever being
Somebody suggested Dodd's Kidney
Pills. Mr. Landeman used two boxes.
He is completely cured , and besides
losing'all his Kidney Trouble , his gen
eral health is much better than it has
been for years.
No case that has occurred in St.
Joseph County for half a century , has
created such a profound sensation , and
Dodd's Kidney Pills are being well
advertised , as a result of their won
derful cure of Mr. Landeman's case. '
Oom Paul's Smoking and Drinking : *
Paul Kruger smokes almost inces
santly and for many years drank
amazing quantities of beer daily , but
only on once occasion did he ever
taste alcohol. That was at Bloemfon-
tein after the signing of an alliance
with .the Orange Free State. On that
occasion Oom Paul took off a bumper
of champagne , and he liked it so well
that he has never tasted it since.
Ask your grocer for DEFIANCE
STARCH , the only 16 oz. package for
10 cents. All other 10-cent starch con
tains only 12 oz. Satisfaction guaran
teed or money refunded.
If labor is divine , the man who robs
labor robs divinity.
TEM.OW CXOTHES ABE UNSIGHTLY.
Keep themwhite with Red Cross Ball Blue.
All grocers sell large 2 oz. package , 5 cents.
Patience is fortitude fixed in faith ,
endurance lighted up with hope.
The greatest of professional athletes
use Wizard Oil for a "rub-down. " It
softens the muscles and prevents sore
The most satisfying things in life
are love and sympathy.
Indies Can Wear Shoes.
One size smaller after usingAllen's Foot-
Ease , a powder. It makes tight or new-
shoes easy. Cures swollen , hot.sweating ,
aching feet , ingrowingnails , corns and
bunions. All druggists and shoe stores ,
25c. Trial package FREE by mail. Ad
dress Allen S. Olmsted , LeRoy , N.Y.
Last summer 1,043 free band con
certs were given in London.
Ask your grocer for DEFIANCE
STARCH , the only 16 oz. package for
10 cents. All other 10-cent starch con
tains only 12 oz. Satisfaction guaran
teed or money refunded.
Man is the only animal that tries
to fence in the earth and fence out
. . "
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Epilepsy and all Karoos Disease * . Addtes
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( IDS 5Y MAIL. YOUR OWN PRICE.
Successfully Prosecutes Claims
J * * PMncJoal Eirnner U.S. Pension Bureau.
3 rria ciTil war. 15 adiudiiating claim * , attr since.
! afflicted ore eyes with , use [ Thompson's Eyt Wafir
bea Answering Advertiseneats Kindly
Mention Tbis Taper.
/ . N. U OMAHA No. 31 1901
PISO'S CURE FOR
CURES WHtflt ALL lSE FAIl ,
Beet Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Use
la time. Sold By drtMtglats