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A Mad' In -Wolfs Clothing By DONALD CHAMBERUN- Copyright by America Press Aaso elntlon. ion. Lenvlug Gibraltar, I crossed the strait nnd landed In Tangier. The transition from nn English nnny post to an Arab town l nbout as marked us nny that cnti bo made. At Tangier jmo finds about him the swarthy nn "tlvc,' wearing the baroenn, a lorig ' wblto cotton garment probably the . tocii of tho Romans, who once con- .quercM his count rj, handed down to , 'j'thcrcaent day and of n different re ligion from what he ban left on tho other Hide of tho Htralt, If bis Bystoni of ijtipptUlon t an bo .called religion. t At Tangier I outfitted for trip to "lho grt.it)' desert of fcnliorn, aiming to peuctr."to H far Konth u Tuat, thence ' narttioastward to Tripoli. I bad sev eral ntniols and it dorfon men as serv nntu rind guards. Thcro 1h no loucllcr plnco oji tho face ; of tho earth than tho descrty though I will admit that on a Htarllght night thcro is a solemn grandeur about it Vthca wo wore not moving at night In stead of the day I established n guard about 'my camp Just ns If wo were on nnny niarehlng through nn enemy's country, and, strange to say, this vlg- Uanco was, simply, exercised ngannt thieves and robbers. Tho ingenuity of tbeso lylitg ri&cnls Is remarkable They nro naturaf spies. They would come into our catnp'ln tho most frlond- ' ; ly way for tho purposo of theft, If they could get their hands on anything, nnd, ,. if not, to gather Information aao bow ,.thcy could rob us at another tlmj. Oho day a band of Tuareg, as-they nro called, camo into camp for tho purposo, I felt sure, of observation, They numbered nbout ns many lis we, but ns my force was under thu com mand of n Kuropenn and well armed they would not think of attacking us. That samo night my sentinel I put one man on guard was shot dead. 1 , heard tho dlstunt crack of n rlllb and, calling sovenil of my men, hurried them Tout in different directions after the . riiurderor. I went myself, but saw noth , ihg.only the great snndy billows. Onoof my men reported seeing n wolf running away, but no human bolng was found, Tho next day we buried tho mur dered man and proceeded on our way. That night whljo ivdry ono except the man on guard was asleep there was another crack, and u sentry was killed. Again I deployed my men, proceeding farther than before, but not oven a wild animal was found. There was 'nmplo-Vpbortunlty for titty ono to hide .Hnpnk'theind billows, nnd, by cover '''ing.hlniselJUyrJth his bnrnenn ho was , not llkolyto:b seen, jtCmny rule, wo wore omigrni to Kivp up nio-scnrcn, ,, I' 'surmised thai, tile party of Tnn. 'regs tVho" bud visited our camp were , hovering near us, Intending to pick off , a man every night till our number .' should bo so reduced ns to render us an easy prey. Then our camels, our touts, our supplies, our arms und am munition would fall into their bauds. THo outfit would bo a fortuno to thejn. I concluded that I must stop their gsmu at all hazards... Tho nexiSnlghtJt' planted a tent polo la tho ground, fixed a crosspleco to It, and, tying some' esparto grass Mfyout the two, I made tho body of a manikin This I covered wth it barn can arid put a fc on" tho head? Thus" I had a dummy sentinel who Wight be shot to pieces without being hurt. 1 had taken care to fix our camp on the edgo of nn oasis, -vVlipitf I could olIiviU, nato the approach In one direction, nnd . noted n, convenient pluce of coihmmiI roont n 'holo In tho ground a few hundred yards from the camp. Roon after dark, taking a rifle, I went put to imy hole. The moon gav aiitllrlotit light for me to aeo any ono approach the' camp. , , I, had n long wait, for It wrs near dawn before I saw any living thing. and then nothing moro than n wolf prowling around in search of porno -thing to eat. But,, .having nothing else to watclj, I watched tho, wolf. Ho would 'stop here and there and dig up tho sand, then 0 on, with his now to tho ground, to another spot and dig again., All tho while ho was nenrlng the camp. Presently he stopped nnd after turning in a clrclo lay down. Ho was lost to view, but 1 kept my eyes fixed on.tho spot where I had tart soon him. Suddenly nt a point still nearer tho . 'camp I Raw n flash, heard a crack, and the. wolf, raising himself on his ' , hind legs, ran away liko n deor. I had n good view of tho creature's s-llhouctto against a lino of dawn, and I am n good shot on tho wing. liais ing my rifle, I achieved an excellent aim and fired. The wolf pitched for ward nnd lay still. I had Instructed my foreman, 'Unmet, that If he heard a shot to wnko the men nnd it he heard a sccoiul ono to bring thorn out In a tow minutes they enmo running toward me. I called to them nnd. joined them. Then wo went to tho body qf tho wolf I had slain. Wo found him to bo ono of tho Tuaregs who had coino into our camp a few days before, n villainous look "lng enseal, who seemed to bo a sort of sheik among thorn. We fcoured tho country for awhile. butfeShd uo ono elso. Trust an Arab forjflmllng a placo of concenlment jroek' slnillar precautions tho nor lgan ,for sevprnj nights, but w rerjanotjji troubled -again In tho nam, Ky)btle9s tho robbers, knowln 'thatVe had got on to their game, gar It up. The American Dorn Princota. ' My father Prince Napoleon Luclen Charles, wm in exile In the United States, and It happened that 1 was born in America on the borders of the Delawnro. I camo Into the world with the last sigh of the old yenr-that is to say. flt midnight on the 31st of Decem ber. 18.13, I havo said that my father was In exile. When he was eleveuj years old his mother left Naples with her four children two boys nnd two girls and retired to the Chateau do FrohsdortT. taking the title of Comtesso do Llponn-Napoll transposed. There my father lived till he was joined by his Uncle, the Emperor Napoleon's eld est brother'. King Joseph of Hpaln, who on the fall of the first empire had re tired to the United States and taken a lovely pjnee near Kordentown, N. .1., where he lived for eleven years as Count de HnrvlllUrs. It was at Bor-dontmv-ti that I entered this sorry world, my father having In 1S31 mar ried a Miss Carolina Georgian Frnser of Sco.tch origin, descending from the old family of f.ovnt Princess Cnrollnp M unit's "Memoirs." A Shock to Vanity. . "My wife gave me n birthday pres ent that has a tendency to tnko the conceit out of nny man who thinks he's good looking," said the man who shaves himself. "1 confess that 1 have all along had n sort of sneaking Idea that I had n little more thnn my share of manly beauty; that when It came to n showdown I wnB there with the goods. But not nny more. I'm cured. Ap'd my wife's present did It. What was it? Why. simply .one of those shaving glasses that magnify three times. Thu first time I used it I got n view of rny face that rather startled mo. Every blemish, every wild hair under tho akin, every open pore, nil tho mlnuto ugliness that Isn't apparent to the naked eye these things confronted mo in nil their magnified repulslveness. I used tho glass Just once nnd then ac cidentally dropped It down tho air shaft to tho basement below. 1 don't want to look liko n monstrosity every time 1 shnvo myself." Now Yprk Times. The Addition. "What makes you act so grouchy this morning. Dobbins?" Tlnd an addition to ray family." "WhntV Why, you ought to bo ashamed to be gloomy over that! To think that a normal bumnn being should bo angry because of the advent of such a cherub! Do you actually grudge a place In your huppy homo to an Innocent crenturo fresh from heav en, bringing with it tho very fragrance of those celestlnl realms' Do you greet with an unwelcoming chill a smnll epitome of nil, purity nndBweet nuns given Into your kcoplng ns a priceless though undeserved treasure by a too beiiovolentiProvldencoV A .lovely copy of what fancy feigns tho p-angels to be liko a;tiny shred of grnco and glory snatched from the" "Say,- that's very pretty, but do you know you're talking about my mother in-law?" New York Journal. A Cow For a Life. Tho Obcr Gabeiborn Is a peak no torious for the dangerous cornices which decorate its upper ridges. Of many accidents reported la connection with It perhaps the most rcmurkable. says G. D. Abraham In "Swiss Mouu tttln Climbs," was the ndventuro which befell an amateur and bis young guldo. In passing uloug the dangerous dual cornice It suddenly gavo way under the amateur, and he went -flying through space to apparent destruction, Tho guide ut tho other end of tho rope seemed In hopeless plight, but with astounding presence of mind he flung himself down tho opposite sldo of the ridge, thus saving two lives. The rope cut deep Into the snow above, but held firm. The young guide's unmo was Ulrlcb Aimer, ills reward wan a cow. A Mertloultural Punle. "It's no use," sighs the nature wl ard. "I may as well give up." , "What Is bothering you?" wo ask sympnthetlcully, "I got started a few years ago on a whim of mine. I took a head of cab- bago nnd crossed it with a whlto pota to and grow eyes tin it; then 1 crossed that with n cornstalk and grew cars on it; then I crossed thnt with a squash and grew a neck on It; then I crossed thnt with a coconnut nnd grew hair on It, but hanged It I can figure our. what to do for n nose and mouth "St. Louie Republic. Already Outside. "In tho days of tho ancient drama," said thu pedantic person, "perform anccs were given In tho open air." "What n dlscouragemeut that must havo boon," replied Miss Cayenne "to tho man who Insists on going out of tho theater to get a breath of fresh air." Washington Btar. Poultry Pointer. "I think." remarked? tho brtndle fac ed old hen. "that I'll go into business." "What kind of business?" asked tho innocent young rooster. "Well," clucked the old hen. "I may set up an egg plant." Chicago News. Hard to Find. Two things lu life that are hardest to find nru a needle lu a baystnek and a self made man who is dissatisfied with his Job.-Plilladelphln Record, Poor Indeed. . Hewitt - Broke ngaln' .lewett-I should say mo couldn't open nn ae count nwlth n postal wiving bank New York Press. w , Tlie itcMt'or prophets for tho. futnn is in pnsi. n.vron, A WEDDING FRACAS By F. A. MiTCHEL Copyright by American Press Anno elation. 1311. Many years ugo I took passage aboard the steamer Indian Belle from Cairo to Now Orleans. We wen.1' about to swing off when a man of tlie real old fashioned ante helium planter type came hurrying over the plnnk and 'up into tho forward saloon, where I hap pencd to be standing at the time Beaching the top of the companion way, his eyes caught the niiuio of tlu boat, which wn painted 'on h limnol, and ho stood with mouth and eyes wide open. "Upon my hono'l" ho exclaimed. Just then a negro waiter passed, car rying some glasses on n tniy. "And If thcro Isn't Joe tool Why. .Toe, you rnsenliy nlggo'; yo' don't menn to tell me yo'ro nllve an on this boat!" .Toe studied tho newcomer n while, then snld, "I dlsremcmbcr yo'. cuunel." "Why, Joe, It was right thar" point ing "that I stood to bo inn'lcd In n hurry Just us this bout was cutting looso from Memphis on June 2d, 1800. And. Joe, you waited on mo nn my brldo at the wedding suppe'." "1'V Gawd! Air yo' do gentleman what wor married dat day? I wouldn't a' knowed yo'." By this tlmo sovcrnl passengers nod gathered around, nit Intent upon the passenger who had evidently stumbled on a boat on which ho had enacted a romance. "Colonel," I ventured, "would you mind telling us nbout it?" "I shall bo vo'y happy to do so, sab," was the reply. "Tho'o was n fracas connected with tho event, gentlemen. I'll give yo' the story, nnd I think un- de'neath tho paint and putty I can find tho bullet boles afto'wnrds. "I was living nt Memphis at the lime, nnd if I do sny it myself I was tho biggest fool lu tho town. A young lady tho daughto of Mnjo' Whltmnn, ono of tho most high toned gentlemen lu tho south nnd n vo'y influential cit izen was silly enough to retu'n nn nffection I conceived 'to' ho. I neve' could undo'stnud why Bho did bo un less it was on account of he'( jwith. fo' sho wns at tho tlmo not qu'lto sev enteen. The'o's no wonde' her fa the objected to my attentions, fo' I did nothing but drink mlntjuleps and piny tno Amoricnn game witu young bloods of my own ago. "MaJo' Whitman mot me t ono day, nnd, Bays Jio: 'William, if I catch yo' coming round ray daughto rtny mo' I'll squeczo a fow chunks d' lead Into yo' vitals. If yo' don't want on. Uin' yo'd bctto' keep away.' ,' "MaJoV I replied, 'if yo'do yoJU' cot rid Qf ono who is.cntl'ely ujuv'c-'tiiy 6Tbo beautiful, accomplished1 Knd' vi' tuous n lndyas yo angelic 'dadghto'. Good innwnlng, sub.' ' I "At that ago, gentlemen, If a, man is a natu'al bo'n fool he has tho .sense not to drag a lady bo loves down with him. Besides, tho'o's not much 'to ex pect from n young woman ba'ely sev enteen. But I nssu'o yo it was she who proposed nn elopement Thank henvon, I havo not that sin on my conscience. Ono nfto'noon when -we wn'o filhlntr on tho rlvo' bnnk wo saw a steame' coming down, nhtl ' whcnv she enmo opposlto us wo noticed thnt ho name was Indian Bcllo thla, vo'y boat, gentlemen. "What did wo two llttlo fools do-but mnko up on minds to run nway on ho', I give you my wo'd, gentlemen, I hnrin't fon bits in my pocket, and the young lady had but thrco lovys. Well, auh, while tho boat was round ing to head up stream to mako n land ing wo we'o going down to get nboa'd. "It so happened that n friend of Mn jo' Whitman saw ns go ove' thcplank. What did tho mls'ablo sneak do but go off to find tho majo' to tell him that his daughto' was going nboa'd the Indian Belle with a man whoso, prin cipal occupation wns drinking jnllps. Buh. But it wns not till tho boat wns leaving that tho raajo was found. 1 was standing on tho gua'd with my swecthen't when I saw my prospec tive fntho'-ln-law coming on tho run nnd glttiug out bis gun as ho ran: Miss Whitman screamed, and a gen tleman Htnndlng besldo us took In the situation. "Thc'o'a no time to lose,' ho said, 'yo' must be ma'lcd or pretend to bo if yo wish to bent tho old man.' "Ho Jed us Inside, put a whlto hand -ko'chlef around his neck, stood us up thar" pointing "and mndo bellevo he was going through tho so'vlcc. ITis pronouncing us mnn and wife wns greeted with n bullet that sung just ovo' ray head and bu'led itself In tho wood. Natu'nlly I returned tho compli ment, directing my weapon at- the majo', -whoso head was just above tho companion way, fo'tunatcly missing htm. "Woll, sub, thoso standing about lu- te'fo'cd, tho supposed brldo ran and threw he' n'ms about he' fathe and brought him round. Wo soon found a cle'gymnn nboa'd and we'e really ma'lcd. Befo' tho end of nn hou', Bit tine round n tnblo In tho ladlesLctibln nt suppo', the majo' with n Julotrbofo'' htm, had ono n'm around my neck and th' otho round that of his daughtq', and thnt rascal .Too thar was waiting on ub." Tho gentleman then proceeded to search for tho bullet boles and found them. "Does any ono hpro know who tin gcntlemnn is?" I asked of n bystander. "Know who ho Isl Well, 1 recktm That's Goiio'ol B., ono of tho big Bouthe'n commando's in tho Into shoot ing mutch between tho no'th and tho BOUth." Political Announcements FOR TREASURER. I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the republican nomination for county .treasurer, subject to tho decision of the voters of the primary election August 15th, 1911. I will fully appreciate tntsupport of republicans. C. H. Walters. I respectfully announce that I am a candidate for the republican nomination for county treasurer, subject to the decision of the vpters at the- primary election August 15th. Support given me will bo appreciated. Albert N. Durbin. I hereby announce my candidacy for tho republican nomination for county treasurer, suDject to the decision of the republican primary August 15th. 1 will appreciate tho support of republicans on that day. FRANK MURRAY. Fellow citizens of Lincoln countv: I hereby announce myself a candidate for county treasurer nnd respectfully solicit your support ut the polls. If elected I win enueavor to do my uuty in such a way as to meet the approval of the people. ' Walter B. McNeel. , FOR CLERK. I herebv announce mv candidacy for tno nominntion tor county clerk subject to the decision of the republican nnrtv at the primary. Wm. Otten. I hereby announce myself ncandidato for county clerk subject to the decision of the republican voters at the nrimnrv election to be held Tuesday, Aujnlst 15th, 1911; nnd respectfully solicit your support. u. William yost. FOR SHERIFF. I nnnouncc mvficlf ns n candidate for snentl, subject to tho decision of tho voters at tho nnmurv election to bo hold August 15th, 1911, and respect- luiiy solicit the Bupport of tho republi cans at tnnt election. A. J. Salisbury. I hereby onnnounce mvsclf ns n can dldate for tho republican nominntion for sheriff, subject to the decision of the voters at the primary election on August 15th and respectfully solicit your support. I. 1a AlILTONUEGER. I hereby nnnounco mvself as n candi date for tho democratic nomination for Bhorift subject to the decision of the voters at the primary election on Au gust 15th nVid respectfully solicit your support. U. C. MCUEE. I hereby announce mvself as a candi- date.for sheriff on ,thc democratic ticket 6Ubiect to the decision of the voters at the primary election on Augustl5, 1911 Edd P. Rebhausen. , COUNTY superintendent. I hereby nnnounco mvself ns n candi date for the nomination of county supor- inionoent subject to tno decision ot the democratic primary. Clio R. Ciiappell., Brady, Nebr. 1 hereby announce mvself as a enn- didato fcr tho republican nominntion for county superintendent, subject to tho decision of the voters nt tho primary election August lpth. Your support is respcctiuuy solicited. ' Wm. Ebrigiit. clerk district court. I announce myself n candidate for re nomlnation for clerk of district court subject to the will of the republican voters at the primary election to be held Tuesday, August 15th, 1911. and! assure you your supportwill be greatly appreciated. Geo. E. Prosser. county judge. I, John Grant. hereby announce mv self a candldnte for tho Democratic nomination for County Judge, subject to tho decision of the voters at the primary election August 15, lpil, and mosi reepccwuiiy solicit your support. I hereby announce myself as a 'candi dnte for tho republican nominntion for county judge, subject to tho decision ot tno voters at tho primary election on August lbtn, ana respect fully solicit your support M. E. Crosby. I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the republican nomination for county judge, subject to the decis ion of tho voters at tho primary elec tion August 15th. E. W. Crane. FOR COMMISSIONER. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for tno republican nominntion for county commissioner from tho Third uunci, Buojuct to meuecision oi voters at tho primary election. You support solicited. J. w. ABBOTT. Hershey, Nebr. I here announce myself a candidate for tho republican nomination for county commissioner from the Third district, subject to the decision of the voters at tho primary election In August and respectfully solicit vour sunnort am a residont bf Nowcfl precinct and my postotucc address is nersney. II. J. Runner. I hereby nnnounco my enndidncy for the democratic nominntion for countv commissioner in district No. 3, subject to tno result oi tne primary election. HENRY H. FULK. Jog-along Transfer Co. C. II. SAWYER, MGR. Hack and Heavy Draylnc of all Kinds. Piano moving a specialty. Up-to-dato 1911 piano truck. Office hours 8 a. m. to 6j. m. Office with Postal Telegraph unico pnono zui. uesiuenco o5i Go to SORENSON'S FOR Furniture Repairing and Cabinet Work Also Wood Turning, Picture Framing Room Moulding, and Window Screen! a Specialty. Shop 107 East Fifth r Parties wishing PURE SPRING WATER ICE. AT 50c per 100 lbs. Phone 95 H. LAMPLUGH. BiU for School House. The Bchool board of District No. 8 will receive bids for tho construction of a one-story two-room pressed brick school bouse on tho present site oi tne natto valley ecnooi building eignt miles west nnd north of North Platte. Bids will bo received by J. C. Wilson, treasurer, North Platte, Neb., up to noon of the eth day or July, spec ifications for bu dine can be seen nt office of the County Supt. Ehright. A certified check, payabio to J . u. Wilson, Treasurer, must accompany each bid, which will bo returned when bid is accepted or rejected. Tho board roseeves tho richt to re ject nny or nil bids. SCHOOL HOARD DIST. NO. 8. NOTICE VOH PUIILIOATION. eorlat No 020J0. Department of tho Interior U. H. Land Olllco at North l'lattr. Nob. May 18.11111. Notice 1.1 lirrol)V irlvrn ilmt flrnnt McNool, ot North l'latto. Nobraska. who on October 13th, U05 rrailn Uomcsteod entry No. aiWO. Serial No. 0X050. for all ot Sec tion 2. Two. IB. N.. It. 32. W, ot-the 8th l'rln. Meridian, bun filed notlco ot Intention to mako final flvo vcar nroof. to nstabllHli claim to tho land above described, before mo Heeistor and ltecolvcr at North riatte. Nebraska, on the 17th day ot July. 1611. uiaimani names as witnesses: Darwin T.' 1 . .. I itr f ... it. cht.n and Arthur Toons, all of North Platto, nooraHKft. mio-n .T.E. Evans. Register. Notice for Publication, Serial No. O212-023C5. Department of tho Interior, U. 8. Land Olllco at North I'latte, Neb. . , . v June llith. IBM. Notice Is horoby Klvon that Thomas Ilel chcr. of Myrtle, Neb..who on August 1. 1801, made Ilomestnad Entry No. 201R3. Hi-rlal No. 02212, for SWM. and on February Hth, "w, mauo nomesteaii wntry mo. soms. Serial No. 02305, for WM of SEW, Sec tion. 8 Township. 10, North, ranee iW. West of tho sixth principal meridian has filed notlco of Intention to make final flvo year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before thn Register and Ueuelver at North I'latto Nebraska, on tho 10th day of Auif, 1011. Claimant names as witnesses: Daniel J Greeley. Jacob Weber of Noith Platto.Nou", James Main, and Francis L. Kesler. Nesblt, Nob. J20; T. V. Kvah. nanir NOTICE KOH I'linLIOATION. Serial No. 02733. , May 18th. Ifll. , Notice Is horoby Blven that Walter It. Mc Neel, of North Platto, Neb., who. on Jan. 30th. 1900. made II. R. No. 21842. SWIb! Nn 02733. for all of Section 21. Township 15, N..Itango32, W. of tho Oth Principal Meridian. bakfllctLnottcnof Intention to make final flvo year proof to establish claim- toiilM land above described, before tho Register and Re ceivers norm riatto, xmou.. on thollthday of July.mi. Claimant names. as witnesses: James Jle chan. of North I'latte. Nob.. Henry Doebke. of North I'latte. Neb., George W, Ferbrache. ot Sutherland, Nob., and Charles 11. Ma comber, of North I'latto. Neb. J, E. Evans. Register. NOTIOR FOR 1'UHLHPATION. ' Serlat No, 094J. Department of the Interior. U. 8. Land Olllco at North I'latte. Neb. Jnnn Otli lflll Notlco ts hereby Kl von that Adolph lloy erle, Hon and one of the heirs of Georfro Hey erle. deceased claimant, whoso wife Is also dead, ot North I'latto. Nebraska., who on Deo. 1, 1005, mado homestead entry No. 21507, Serial No. OHIO, for SVi SEH. NWW SEU 8WH. and NWW section 18. township "ouku -t ui u Bixiu 1'rincipai Meridian ban flied. notlco Ot Intention to make final Ovo yoar proof to esiaoosn ciaim to tne lanti above described, before the Register and Receiver at North Platte. Neb., on tho SOth day ot July toil. Claimant names as witnesses: Daniel i. oiotjpoi. jamcs tiecnan, waiter ll. Jlo Noel. William W. Groves all of North I'latte, Neb. JI3- J. R, KVANP. Rpfflstor. Etttraate of Expense for the Fiscal Year 1911. I, Chas. P. Temple. City Clork in pnd ior tno uity ot worm i'latte, Lincoln County, Nebraska, hereby certify that tho followim? estimnte of exnenaea wan made by the Mayor and City Council of tho City of North Platte, Nebraska, for tho Fiscal Year 1911, tho 6th day of June, 1911. Salaries of City Officials $2,500.00 Fire Department 8,000.00 Police Department , 2,100.00 Streets and Culverts 3,600.00 Sidewalks, crossings and approaches ....t. 1.500.00 General and Incidental Expenses.... 4,000,00 Fire Protection , 3,500.00 Street Lighting , 3,000.00 Bond & Interest Sewer ...1,700.00 Sewer Maintenance., ,1,000,00 Water Bond Interest 5,000.00 City Library ...1,500.00 City Hall Bond & Interest.... 1,000,00 Total $33,300.00 The entire revenue for the past fiscal year was $22,190.00. Chas. F. Temple, - City Clerk. HUMPHREYS' Bpooiflcs cure by acting directly on tho sick parts without disturbing tho rest of tho system. No. 1 for Fevers. No. 2 " Worms. No. 3 " Teething. No, 4 Diarrhea. No. 7 " Coughs. No. 8 Neuralgia. No. 9 Headaches. No. 10 Dyspopsla. No. 11 Suppressed Forioda. No. 13 " Whites. No. 13 ", Croup. No. It Tho Skin. No. 15 " Rheumatism. , v No. 1G Slnlarin. No. 19" Catarrh. ' No. 20 " Whooping Cough. No. 27 " Tho Kidneys. No, CO Tho Bladder. No. 77 " L Grippe. In small bottlnHof I'elluts thnt flt tho voa pockqt. At Dni'imi-tH or mulled, '25c. each. HfMedirnl Un "intled fron, Humphrey' MM ' 'Hh"i kohn Street. W VorV Homeopathy Principles Similea, Sinilifew, CaraBiHi. A Jike remedy will euro a like disenso ns a remedy which has the snrno symptoms, or produces the same in the well, will cure those In the sick, and with na ture's help will cure quicker than any other, and with less expense to the human economy. This system of medicine hus at its command anything in the realm of cure, such as electricity in any form, the Vibrator. Massage, IIyrotherafentie8. Tlfereforo tho correctness of choosing this line of treatment, rnther thnn whims with n single borrowed idea. For out of town patients and all those intercs.ted: rooms furnished when desired, for confinement, medienrnnd the nccessnry surgi cal cases. Trained nurses in attendance. Dr. J. S. Twinem, Medical and Surgical Prncticioncr ft 4 'tH 4-44 4-4 )r IWl GEO. D. DENT, Physician and Surgeon, Office over McDonald Bank, I Office 130 JJ f Phones Re8idence 115 JOE B. REDFIELD, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Spcclally:-SKIN DISEASES. Day and night calls promptly answered Office P. S. Hospital. Phone 642. DR. W. W. SADLER, " I Physician, Surgeon, Optician. j District Surgeon U. P. It. R. I HEItSIIEY, NEBltASKA. DR. J. S. TWINEM, Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon Special attention given to confine ment and children's diseases. Onice Phono 183 lies. Phono 2S3 Olllco McDonald Statu Hank UldV tntJivfi fj A. J. AMES. MARIE AMES. ;t K fj v. Doctors Ames & Ames, h Physicians and Surgeons, jj li Office over Stone Drug Co. 8 Phones i Office 273 g p il,ones Residence 273 t WILLIS J. REDFIELD, M. D Surgeon, Physician. Consultant. Office Physicians and Surgeons Hospita -Phones: Office G42, Residence 644. Spirella Corset. The Ladies's Home Journal, Deline ator, Vogue, etc., are advertising the Spirella Corset. These advertisements are of particular interest to corset wearers. As local corsetiere for the Spirella Company I am in position to give you the benefit of my training and experience. I guarantee your cor et to fit you, to be the proper model for you. I do residence fitting, will call, demonstrate the corset and ex plain it to you at your convenience. MRS. Mf K. DUKE. 408 East Sixth St. Phone Red 202. JF. J. BROEKER. Merchant Tailor. Wo havo recently installed a French Dry Cleaner for Men's nnd Ladies apparel of all classess, and we guarantee Satisfactory work. ' We are also tailors and know how to repair clothes. We carry samples of goods and make clothes of all kinds to nrrlfir. insuring first-class workmanship and perfect fit. THE MAN, THE GIRL, THE CIGAR The Man, the Girl and the Cigar a happy combination to a certainty, u one should be as good as the other. We can't furnish the young man with the girl, but we can fur nish him the Cigar, and it will be a cigar as good as tlie girl is sweet, and one which smoked in her pres ence will pot be offensive to her. It you don't believe us, try one. J. F. SCHNALZRIEIV