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il in THK NQUFOLK NWS : FRIDAY , FKBRUAKY 28 , 1902. WEDNESDAY WRINKLES , Goo. N. HoolH mode a trip to I'iorco tlila afternoon. Mrs.T. 8. Shooan returned hwt oven- fug from Fremont. Mrs. Howard Whalon of Btanton wan trading In Norfolk yesterday , Mrs. John II , Hays rotnruo < l loot night from n wooU'n visit in Linoolit. Mr. nnd Mrs. Curl Snuiident of Stanton - ton were olty visitors yesterday. Mr. Tunis IsblHtor of Chicago in a KaoBt ut the homo of Hov. J. 0. 8. Wollls. Boiilali chapter , No.10 , 0. E. S. , will xnoot in regular session tomorrow oven- Ing. Landlord 0. II. Vail of the Oxnard hotel , wad a Sioux City vWtor over night. Mr. and MrH. John H. HayH will on- tortnln the Went Sldo Whist club tomorrow - morrow night. Mlsa Margaret Nlokol , who lion boon rlaltlng hero for the past week , loft last ight for her homo in Nollgh. News ban boon rooolvod from Hoatrloo ntinounolng the birth of a daughter on the 10th to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hole. Philip Stoln of Omaha Is here endeav oring to organize a local lodge of the Koyal Aohatofl which has headquarters In Omaha. Miss Grace Spear entertained a few friends at dltmor last evening compli mentary to Miss Florence Cramer of Ooluuibua. Ofloar Hanptll him gone to Oroightou to accept a position as telegraph opera tor. Ho wan a Htudeut In the tomograph oohool horo. Mins Esther Mason has accepted the position of teacher of the schools at West ISmorlck and will take up her now duticH next Monday. Mr. and Mrs. 0. II. Reynolds and Mrs. II. MoHrido wont to X'latnviow at noon nud will bo the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. G Oorcll until tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Maylard enter tained the Browning olub at a 0 o'clock dinner last evening. The dinner was delicious and the occasion was heartily enjoyed by the members of the olub. Mrs. J. L. Grotty of Grand Junction , Colorado , who has been spending the winter with her sister , Mrs. T.S.Shooau. will leave tomorrow for a visit to her old homo at Fort Dodge , Iowa. The Oolnmbns Telegram says that the High School orchestra of that city has loon engaged to furnish nuisio for the North Nebraska Teachers' association which moots in this city early In April. The Oolumbus ottli'ers hnvo received word to the effect that Mrs. Ken Hake , who was arrested in that city a few weeks ago for the theft of a diamond ring in Denver , has boon exonerated by the Denver courts. T. J. Morrow has accepted a position with David Bradley & Co. , general im plements and machinery , of Council Bluffs , Iowa , and expects to make Ills first trip next week. His territory will bo western Nebraska , Wyoming aud.tho Black Hills. E.V. . Hahn , who has hold a position tis traveling salesman with Paxtou & Gallagher with headquarters in Norfolk , lias accepted a star route position with the Western Grocery company ot Kan- pas City , Mo. , and will make that city his home. There are now about 500 cases of smallpox in Nebraska according to the secretary of the board of health. The dis ease has either exhausted itself in Nor folk and vicinity or else the people are paying no attention to it , as little is lieard of it. An epidemic of uiunipa is uow holding the boards hero. Committees from the three bronchos of Odd Fellows in Norfolk have prepared a pocial entertainment to bo given in Odd Fellows' hall tomorrow night and to which members of the order and their families are invited. There will bo a musical and literary program and short addresses , the exorcises to begin at 8 o'clock. A Eroinout man who had been or- rested for whipping two of his enemies and was fined $1 and costs In police oourt hurried to the nearest justice and \vanted to bo fined again , considering that the satisfaction ho received was worth more than the fine imposed. Ho \vo3 Bomowhat disappointed to learn that a man could not bo fined twice for the eame oiTeuso. The editor of the Giluiore Globe of fered a prize for the longest oar of corn , nnd EOOU an honest looking granger brought in on oar 15 inches long and took the prize. The editor never saw jmoh on cor of corn before and valued it very highly and showed it to every one who entered his sanctum. Finally eonie one detected a Saw , and investiga tion showed that the honest former had put two ears together and hold them in placa by a stick in the center of each. The editor realizes now that there aie eoiiio bright people in his constituency. A Georgia man while driving through noarL'ttlo Rook the other day saw a boy standing on the edge of n field of corn , which did not look very promising Thinking to have Berne fan with the youth , the man accosted him , and the following conversation ensued : "Young mini , your corn looks kind of yellow. " " 'Yep , that's the kind wo planted. " "Don't look as though you would got over than half a crop. " "We don't expect to , the landlord gets the other half. " The man naw that ho was not going to have all the spprt ho figured on , so ho Hold rather Bharply : "Thoro ain't much illfToronoo between yon and a fool , 1 there ? " "Nopo , " replied the boy , "nothln but a roll fence. " Then a Rinall voice whispered to the man that everyone Is not a nuokor who looks that way. Whipping np his horses ho disap peared down the road at a Orcsoans gait. TEXAS CONDITIONS. Prospects of Goraldlno and Surround ing Country Reviewed , Goraldlno , Texas , Fob. 30. To TUB NI'.WH : I will , with your permission , attempt to give the people of Norfolk a small sketch of this country. I arrived here on the 20th. It was snowing dur ing the morning and the air was very chilly but In the afternoon the BUOW had nil dlnuppoarod and the day following 'as very warm. Today it is raining a ory little and the wind is from the orth and cool. The wind blows all theme mo here , or has sluoo I have become cqnalnted with the country. It comes irgoly from either the north or thn onih. This in a good country for an oxtoudod low. As far an the eye can BOO there ro HIIRO , and other bushes , An exam- nation of the laud shows that it is argoly good and productive. There is ouio not good for farming , but will do or grazing. On the farming lauds they also wheat , oats , corn and cotton. School runs from 13 to ! )3 ) bushels per ore , oats . ' 15 to 80 , corn 35 to GO nud roui one to two bales of cotton are rowu per aero , according to old sot- lors. The price of cotton is five to oven cents per pound and iv bole weighs rom 450 to 000 pounds. Wheat is at u'osout 1)0 ) cents a bushel , porn 05 cents ind oats r > 8 cents per bushel. The rain- all is 28 to 30 inches per year according x > statistics of the Btuto , but wells are 'ow ' and for between. They have a well on the colony laud about one nnd a half or two miles from the city and all the water must bo hauled. If the people of the colony had put a well down at the corner of Main street they could have lad water in town as well as that ( Us ance out. They have a nice location for a city. The drainage is good .and it s promised that there will bo a nice town here BOUIO day. The town is now composed of 80 to 100 buildings nnd 40 to GO touts , but the town cannot grow much this summer until the people have ; holr land allotment which will take place sometime in September , nccordiug ; o Socrotaty Feuton of the company. The business Interests now hero are as well represented as the country atl'ords. When the loud opening tokes place there will probably bo room for more business enterprises nud this may prove n good place for a man to moko o little stake. 3oraldiuo Is ! )5 ) to 90 miles from a olty of any importance. Archer City is 13 miles , south and is the county Boat of the county. It is a small tovjn of about 800 people , but they have a fiuo court house , the cost ofwhich , was $45000. It is a fiuo anilding to BOO on the plains of Texas 21 or 23 miles from a.railroad. The town of Geraldine is seven miles soath of Hoi- liday nndis , , 33 miles from Wichita Falls , a town of about 3000 people and a nice place. Land sells all the way from $1.50 to $35 per acre and can't bo as worthless as some people think. There is.a copper mine in operation seven miles south of this place. We were at the mines bat could got no information from the man ager. Ho would not permit as to go onto the second floor. Some of , these people are suspicions of the northerners , or aa they call them , the Yankees. The sale of lots was poor , going at prices from $300 to $ .10 so they closed the sale. Respectfully Yours , W. L. KERN. Cantata of Ruth March 21. The above musical entertainment which , is to be given by the Ohoras of the Second Congregational church is thus outlined : A severe famine prevails in Bethlehem Judah. A messenger brings the tid ings of plenty in Moob.and beseeches the people to ory to Jehovah for help hi their trouble. Elimeleoh and , his family , Naomi and two sons , floe to Moab. The two sous there marry Ruth and Orpah , During a period of ton years the three , Naomi , Ruth and Orpah , are left in wid owhood. They bemoan their aflliotion , and Naomi resolves to return to her home , where pleauty is now restored. Orpah is persuaded to go to her own people ple , but Ruth "clove auto her mother- in-law , " and return with her to Beth lehem. The inhabitants greet them with surprise , when Naomi tolls of her sorrow. Rath Boon goes to the barley fields to glean. Boaz a man of wealth and power , finds her in his fields glean ing , and becomes enamored of her. At nightfall she falls asleep among the sheaves , and Boaz slugs to her a slumber - ber song. The next day an Israelitlsh Woman prophesies better things for her and ehq waits to see the results , Ac cording to the Oriental CUB torn , the prop erty is redeemed , and soon after Boaz and Rath are married. Boaz celebrates by "making merry , " and then the scene closes with praise to God for his mercies. Bay your harness of Paul Nordwig , who sells the cheapest and best. Duf- fey's old.stand , Tns NEWS keeps its job department up-to-date with the latest faces of type and does Its work in approved style. 9 NclighTcam Met With Tell ing : Defeat. TWO MATCHES WERE PLAYED. Refreshments Between Matches Hold Accouutablo fpr Results of the Second end Match Nollgh Billiard Players More Successful , from Thnrndaj'i Dally The Nollgh bowling team , composed of Mossrs. Hoffman , Jouklna , Splrk , Juclujon and Cole , came down yesterday arrayed in thplr b&st bowling humor and with a firm determination to win and thus verify Judge Jackson's show- lug of the Nollgh games , They did suo- jood in winning one game of the six ilayod but the evidence was overwhelm- ugly against them otherwise. Two matches were played during yes- erday afternoon and it must bo ad- ilttod that the first match was rqasoii- , bly close , Norfolk winning by but 137 ) olnt8 , In the second match the Nor- oik team had.n walkaway , the visitors osing by 437 , points. This is accounted or in. two ways , there being an appar- iat difference of opinion as to the cause. Between the two matches the Norfolk earn took the visitors to the Elks , olub OOUIH and regaled them on a.lauoh . of andwiohos and other tilings. Some , issort that ; the N.oligh players , not being used to sumptuous , repasts , and having missed breakfast on the way down , overfed and thus iaeapacitaf.qd. thorn- iolvos. There , are others who. claim hot the sandwiches were drugged , the Norfolk players thus scouring a moan advantage over their opponents. If ; his bo true it is apparent that those iatou by Spirit and Jackson contained a argorj. per'cent of the drug. Mayor Hodman IH one who is of the opinion , lat | his team was unused to epicurean delights and likewise avers that they aokod capacity. Ho was high man of the low game nnd threatens to send the balance of the team on west into the sand hills and not allow them to stop in his town. The next time ho comes he promises to bring bettor fed men and hotter players or will bring the kid team. Judge Boyd wishes it generally known that while the Neligh bowlers were badly beaten , ho and L'ichty were sue essful in doing up a couple of Norfolk's crack billiard players in about the same measure as was done to the Noligh bowlers. Hero it is again claimed , however over , that Salter nnd Parker are no more entitled to represent the city's export billiardists than a snail to represent an express train. The bowling score was as follows : FJUST MATCH. NELIOII. ! ! Hoffman 187 111 150 308 Jackson 153 108' 154 474 Spork 188 169 165 477 Jenkins 118 175 180 470 Cole 145 94 153 393 i Totals 085 737 708 3330 NORFOLK. 103 139 145 440 Mapos 101 , 173 163 480 Christopb 149 104 105 478 Patterson 140 305 151 503 Barnes 137 139 109 435 Totals 745 830 783-3847 SECOND MATCH. SELIOII. 1 3 , 3 Jenkins 135 143 140 428 Sperk 115 133 153 301 Hoffman 103 119 187 484 Jackson Ill 109 118 888 Cole 127 112 100 389 Totals 050 005 GQO 1016 NORFOLK. Stitt 175 171 108 514 Ohristoph 143 173 149 40-1 Mapes 103 180 151 494 Barnes 133 120 108 421 Patterson 148 171 180 449 Totals 761 815 700 3342 THURSDAY TIDINGS. 0. H. Marty was down from Plain view yesterday. P. W. McOonnell of Wausa was in town yesterday. Max Lonser.returued last night from a trip to Omaha. 0. E. Davis was a city visitor from Tildon yesterday. Mrs. S. R. Theobald of Wayne was a city visitor yesterday. Harry M. Hammond of Randolph was a olty visitor yesterday. Mrs. E. P. Weatherby and Mrs. Joseph soph- Shoemaker have gone to Chicago Mrs. Dan Murphy is in the olty from Omaha renewing Norfolk , acquaint ances. H. Miller passed through the city yes terday enroute from Valley to his farm in Boyd Bounty. Mrs. 0. H. Blood went to Plalnview this noon to visit over Sunday with Mr Blood and other relatives. Mrs. 0. S. Hayes and Boulah and Mrs. 0. S. A. Bargolt went to Omaha a noon for a few days' stay. Miss Florence Cramer who has been visiting Miss Opal Madson , returned to her homo in Columbus today , Mr. and Mrs. Reese were in the city today enroate from Boheet to Pierc whore they will make their futnro homo. Win , Wolf of the firm of Wolf Bros. , of Nollgh accompanied the bowlers from that town yesterday to BOO that.thoy had fair play , Mra , Foley , wife of 0. R. Foley , out- tor ia Humphrey's tailoring establish ment , arrived last night from Chicago to t make this her hpiqo. Senator Mlllard yesterday nominated Editor A. F. Enos of the Stauton Picket to bo postmaster at that place , his term of ofllco to begin March 9. Mr , John G. Vouuuni nnd'Mrs. Anna Crouch , both of Sioux City , Iowa , were united in marriage in this olty last even ing by Rev. J. F. Pouohor of the M. E. church. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Fitoh have boon here from Ohorry county visiting Mrs. Fitch's parents , Mr. and Mrs. John Craig. Mr. Fitch returned to Cherry ounty last night but Mrs. Fitch will omaiu until Saturday. A company of 20 friends of Miss Lilllo Guild planned and executed a successful nrpriso party on her last evening the ccasion being in honor of her 17th Irthday. A basket supper was enjoyed nd games and other amusements wont o round out n happy evening. P. A. Shnrtz is planning to build a wo-Btory house at the corner of Park avenue nnd Fifth street. The house bo built to rout and will contain modern conveniences. The foundation will bo 38 by 32 foot. Teamsters commenced - ' mencod hauling the briok required in lOUBtruotion today. The meeting of the business men to morrow night at the city hall to com plete the organization of the commer cial club should not bo forgotten. The proceedings at tomorrow night's session ore certain to bo important and inter esting and every business man and prop erty owner should attend. The Blind Boone Concert company is icro to give one of their popular musi cal entertainments In the Auditorium oiiight. Blind Boone has visited this oity several times previously and has al ways been' successful in entertaining his auditors , Ho is certainly a wonder and .hoso who have not heard him should mprovo this opportunity of doing so. George Carson , who was arrested ici'o Tuesday evening for the share ho took in relieving the Fair store of eight pairs of pouts and the Oxnard hotel sorter of an overcoat , was tried before Justice of the Peace Eiseloy this morn ing at 9 o'clock nnd , although ho put up a stout defense , was found guilty of the charge lodged against him and was sou teuced to a term of 20 days in the .county jail. _ Extra for Ladies and Gentleman. Deputy Stein of Omnhn is organizing a new lodge for the Royal Achates , an order which is well known in the state of Nebraska especially. The order is but two years old , but has over 13,000 members , has the best and safest plan with.tho largest reserve fund. The BU promo officers located in Omaha ore the finest business people and have large ex perience in such organizations. If you join this order you will find that you have made no mistake. There is on old age benefit and total disability. Men and women may both join. Initiation foe is very low. The order issues joint certificates for a man and his wife. Quite a few citizens have already given their names to the new charter. All information can bo got from Dr. H. T Holden , examing physician for this ) over the Citizens National bank Corn wanted at the sheep ranch. Worse Than a Blow from a hard fist is the buffet of cold wind t upon , a i pair of ? unprotected lungs. A few minuets exposure to cold may , be the beginning of consumption. Lose neither time nor courage. Fortify yourself against pulmonary troubles , in cluding conBumptiqn , with Allen's Lung Balsam. A few doses will loosen the cough and enable you to get rid of' ' the phlegm that produces it. Cure soon follows. _ Legal Notice , 7 Joseph Fix , the defendont , will take notice that on the 3rd day of February , 1903 , Geosko Fix , the plaintiff herein filed a petition in the district court o : Madison county , Nebraska , against th < Bald defendeut , the object and prayer o : whloh ore to obtain , a divorce from the bonds of matrimony from the said de fondant , on the ground that In the yea : 1894 , the defendant willfully abandoned the plaintiff and ever since said date has boon willfully absent from her without a reasonable or just cause. Plaintiff prays for a decree of dlvorc and for the custody of two minor chil dreu , You are required to answer said peti tion on or before the 17th day of March 1902. GEESKE Fix. By Mopes and Hazen , attorneys. Every Mother Knows how hard it is to keep the children cov ered up at night. They will kick th quilts off and take cold. Do not givd them , medicine containing opium. Allen's Lung , Balsam , f reef rom nurcotio drugs , is never more 'useful than when it rids the children of cold and saves the mother's anxiety. It makes a friend of everyone who uses it. Not a Minute to Lose if yon are wet and feel chilled to the bone , after a tramp through a storm. Got into dry clothes at once and warm your insldes with a teaspoonfal of Perry Davis * Painkiller , in hot water , with a little sugar. Thus yon will avoid a cold , and , possibly , a long sickness. The pre caution is worth while. There is bat one Painkiller , Perry Davis' . Stargeon ia the piano nun , A NOVEL EXHIBIT , 3roposed to Reproduce Nebraska In Miniature at St , Louts , The Nebraska commission for the ouisiana Parohnso exposition to bo hold t St. Louis next year mot in Omaha londay and the work was divided as allows : Historical exhibit , Mr. Lawson ; gricultnralexhibit , Mr.Brace ; horti- altural exhibit , Mr. Rndgo ; live stock , Mr. White ; manufactures nnd special- e , Mr. Wattles. Mr , Wattles , in addition to an exhibit hawing the manufacturing interests f Nebraska , has one idea which , if it an bo carried out , in the opinion of hose who have hoard it explained , will o one of the most talked of features of lie big fair. The carrying out of it do- ends on the throe main railroads which ravorso Nebraska its entire length from iast to west. Of these , one road has nthuslastlcally taken np the project , nether is favorably impressed with it ud the officers of the third road have ot yet boon soon. A ten-acre tract ia desired by Mr. Wattles for this exhibit , and owing tone no immense area of the exposition rounds ho is hopeful of securing it , hough it might be crowded into a five- ore tract of suitable form. In brief , Mr Wattles proposes to re- reduce in miniature and in painting ho entire otato of Nebraska and then o give all visitors free rides through it ivort the Burlington , Elkhorn and Union Pacific railroads. Entering from no of the exposition boulevards , visitors yonldjlnd themselves in Omaha , at the west end of the. Union Pacific bridge. They would see the depots and a part f the jobbing district in midlatnre of initablo materialtho , miniatures shading iff into pictures , the same as the Battle f Gettysburg and others with which all , ro familiar. The trains would be about ho same kind as the miniature trains it the trans-Mississippi exposition , and tutoring , for example , a Burlington train the visitor would be taken over ihelinoto Linclon , thence out to the ivostern border of the state , and come book over the Elkhorn road. All along he railroad the miniatures of farms , ranches , towns and cities would shade off into pictures showing the topography of the state as far as the eye could roach. As roughly mapped out by Mr , Wat , les , the trains would be so surrounded at times by minatnres and the pictures as to form a very strong illusion , and correct representation of the state , topographically and every other way , would be made. As everything connect ed with it would be free to visitors.as the American people love to ride and still more love something now , and as there has. never been any such exhibit at any previous exposition or any exhibit of any kind aproaohing it in area covered , the members of the com mission believe it weald be the greatest possible advertisement of Nebraska. WARNERVILLE. Mrs. 0. B. Clayton is numbered with the sick. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Caplin went to Ainsworth Monday where they have rented a farm. Tom May , who has been working in a saw mill at Hooper the past two months returned Monday. W. E. Gillaspy badly injured one oi his eyes last week by accidontly getting some horse liniment into it. John Conley and family went to Sher idan county last week to live on e ranch recently purchased by Mr. Conley , E. G. Funk and Miss Lottie Pettitt two of our best known young people , were united in marriage at- Norfolk February 20 by the Rev. . J < F Pouohor Their many friends will unite in wish ing them a long and happy life. They will bo at home , after March , 1 at the farm owned < by the. groom southwest o : town. John Philip Sonsa has been pursued by a persistent fable coined some five years ago by an inventive genius who saw an opportunityto joggle with the ' 'March King's' ' name. This individual in uttering his ingenious story expatriat ed the American musician by declarinf him of Italian birth and rejoicing in the name of So , to which , in a spasm of pa triotio fervor ho was supposed to add the initials U. S. A. in order to make th familiar , name of Soasa , This story has boon printed all over the world , and in many instances ha ? been accepted as gospel truth. Bat the fact remains tha the "March King" was born in Wash ington , D , C. forty-five years ago , al though his ancestry is Portuguese. A the royal concert at Sandringham , Eng land , , in December , the ambassador o Portugal at the Oourt of St. James , told him thaf ; the name Soasa is one of th most famous iii the country. Soasa , by the way , will bring his band here on Wednesday afternoon , March 5 , for i single concert at the Aaditoram , At Glasgow the Sousa bond was th sensation of .tho International exhibition whore the greatest musical organizations of England and the continent were alac heard , and two special diplomas were awarded to the American conductor an the American band , at the close of th fair. In the British provinces the sue cession was no less remarkable , al records being broken at the Sonsa con certs ot Newcastle , Liverpool , Binning ham , Brighton , Oxford , Bath , e DON'T ' TRUST TO LUCK when you go to Iray Lumber , or tallding Material of any kind. Don't Trust to luck to got the kind of mnto- ial yon want. There is a difference , you know , and wo soy , positively , that unless you examine our stock before nying , you simply cannot toll whether yon are getting the best value for your money or not. Wo have splendid DRY STOCK of vorything to build with , nnd will toke loasuro in showing you whatever you vaut , and telling you our lowest jricop. THE CHICAGO LUMBER CO. NORFOLK , NEB. Sonsa is now making his customary winter tour of America in the coarse of > which he will give a grand concert hereon on the afternoon of March 5 at the And- toriam. Accompanying the band om his , its twentieth semi-annual tour , aa soloists , are Maude Reoso-Davies , so prano ; Dorothy Hoyletl violinisto , and' ' Arthur Pryor , trombone , who also shared in the British triumphs. California Ins numerous natural bridges , caves , , etc. , of no little interest. The Mam moth cave of Caloveras , discovered by miners in 1850 ; the Alabaster cave ; the Crystal Palace cave , containing a number of attractive sabterranian apart ments , such as the Bridal chamber , the Crystal Palace room , and a curious apartment called the Music hall , where the deposits of aqueous origin not only take the form of organ pipes , sounding boards , etc. , but also emit when struck musical sounds and vibrations. Near this cave are two natural bridges whioh the tourist can visit and return to the railroad within half an hour. The only natural way to reach these scenes of interest is via "The Overland Route , " comprising the Union and Southern Pacific , now really one | line. The only line running through trains to San Fransisco from Omaha. Throe trains doily , the fast trains arriving 15 " hours ahead of all competitors. Full information cheerfully famished upon application. J. B. ELSEFFER , Agent. , Colonist Excursion Rates. Every day during the months of March and April , 1902 , the Union Pacific will sell colonist excursion tickets at the fol lowing one way rates : Missouri river toBatto , Anaconda and Helena , $20. Missouri river to Spokane , $32.50. Missouri river to points on Great Northern railway , Spokane to Wen atchee , inclusive via Huntington and Spokane , $22.50. Missouri river to points on Great ( Northern railway west of Wenatohee via Huntingtou and Spokane local over Wenatchee , not to exceed $25. Missouri river to Portland , Tacoma and Seattle , $35. Missouri river to Ashland , Ore. , and intermediate points , including branch lines on S. P. Co. south of Portland , via Portland , $25. Corresponding low rates from inter mediate points on the Union Pacific. Write for rates to points not given above. J. B. ELSEFFER , Agent. Mrs. E , A. Hitchcock has opened dressmaking rooms at her residence , No. 404 South Third street , where she hopes to see all her former customers and many new ones as she is prepared to do first class work at moderate prices. Catting and fitting a specialty. Satis faction given. Do Not Expect Miracles. If a cold , long neglected , or improper ly treated has clutched yea by the throat , you cannot shake it loose in a day , bat yea can stop its progress and in a reasonable time got rid of it alto gether , if you use Allen's Lung Balsam There is nothing .like this honest reme dy for bronchitis , asthma , and other affections of the air passages. So | Harness Ton eao male * yoor h p. . DCM M BOfl U a glOT Ddaa tough ' BIB Oil. Yea can Uogthen Hi Ufe-mak tt lut twice u tour M ii ordinarily wonloT EUREKA Harness make * a poor looking ban ceai Ilka new. Uad of pure , beavy bodied oil , e * peclally prepared to Btaua ill * weather. Y Bold everywhere In canll ilteo. Ntfe bj STANDARD OIL CO.