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All Run Down
HIS is a common txprcs
sion we hzzr on every
side. Unless there is
iome organic trouble, the con
dition can doubtless be remedied.
Your doctor is the best adviser.
Do not dose yourself with all
Kinds of advertised remedies
get his opinion. More than likely
you need a concentrated fat food
to enrich your blood and tone
up the system.
of Cod Liver Oil
is just such a food in its best form.
St will build up the weakened
and wasted body when cil
ot.ier foods fail to nourish. !l
you arc run down or emaciated,
give it a trial : it cannot hurt
you. It is essentially the best
possible nourishment for delicate
children and pale, anaemic girls.
We will send you a sample free.
Unnrlcnm flTtnlnw '
TUe enterprise of M. Fanner, of the
department store, Is in evidence today
by the handsomely decorated windows
which contain a tine display bonnets
and hats. The attention attracted to
this elegant display of millinery is
wonderful, and all wive Mr. F.mger
great credit for bis energy and enter
prise. Mr. Fanner will not be out
classed by any of his competitors when
It comes down to handsome stores and
goods tastily arranged.
Section Foreman Injured.
Grant Warthen, Missouri l'acitlc
section foreman, met with a peculiar
accident Monday. While the local
freight was switching on the quarry
track north of the river, Mr. Warthen
attempted to climb into the cupola of
the caboose when some cars bumped
luto the caboose with such force as to
cause him to fall, his left side striking
the platform of the cupola and frac
turing the fifth and sixth rib. The
attending physician reports him get
ting along as well as could be expect
ed. Louisville Courier.
EXPOSE CHARITY GRAFTERS SECURE FIFTEEN DOLLARS
Alleged to Be Collecting Funds for Charity
and Conducting Fake Homes for Children.
?.t t'jre that (hu picture
in the form of a label is on
th wrapper of tvery bottle
of Emulsion you buy.
SCOTT & BOWNE
409 Pearl Street, New York
50c. -W l. All f-
A license was Issued this afternoon
to Fred Hansford, aije 1 of I'acitic
Junction and Xellie ( )wens, aire K of
Mountain Grove, Mo. The above par
tics were united In marriage by Jurist!
Travis, and the happy young couple
departed from the court house rejoic
ing. May their wedded life be always
as happy and bright as this day, is the
wish of the Journal.
On Al Dickson's Son-ln-Luw.
We were greatly surprised yesterday
to see Hill Ihister smoking a cigar.
We asked him about it and he told us
it w;is the first cigar he had smoked in
ten years, but as it was on Al Dick
son's democratic son-in-law he decided
he would smoke it if he had to go to
bed for a week. No money considera
tion could have Induced Uuster to
smoke, but under the circumstances
he feels proud to do honor to the democrat-republican
alliance. Elm wood
Base Ball Team.
The Burlington shop boys ate con
templating organizing a base ball
team for the coming season, and will
meet at base ball park Monday eve
ning next to complete the organiza
tion and to do some practicing. The
boys have the material for a good
team, and the Journal hopes they will
succeed In the selection of a nine that
can l,do up" all comers during the
His Father Very III.
County Clerk Rosencrans received
the sad intelligence this morning that
his father, A. 1. Rosencrans, of Sal
lodasburg, Pa., was dangerously ill,
and was not expected to survive but a
short time. Mr. Ilosencrans is quite
aged, and this combined with his ill
ness is liable to result in his death.
His son feels as though he should visit
his father, but with the great amount
of work in his oilice, he has not fully
determined as to his going.
15he Reliable Store
The keystone of our sue
cess is reliable goods at the
lowest possible prices.
Investigate Before I
This bed like cut is one of
our new styles, head end is
66 in. high, foot is 40 in.
high; they come in white
and apple green enaramel
and are tine, strong, well
Over 100 styles cT 3eds shown
ranftlnft In price Trom $1.50 Dp to
This Oak Dresser
made of solid oak, golden finish
and constructed in a substantial
manner, has French bevel
nlate mirror. 14x24. the base is
19x36, and it has three large .'Al
drawers. A very handsdmc x
piece of furn- ie
Our Special Catalogue
of reliable furniture is free for
thfi asking. If you want to save
money on furniture write for it
Wool Dress Goods
50 In. Sicilians good heavy
quality, $1.00 value, at yd...59C
46 In. Silk Mixed nohalr look
like Silk Fancies, Special at
Wool Oress floods In all
widths from 3o to 53 in St prices
from, yd 5C to $5.00
Wash Dress Goods
Double Fold Percale, regular
l.'c quality, at yd toe
Printed French Organdies, re
gular 25c quality, at yd 15c
Printed rtatistci, regular l.'c
quality, at yd 10c
Mercerized Poplins, regular 3'c
quality, at yd 35c
Send for Samples of New Spring Goods,
MOVEMENT AGAINST SUNSHINE IN EAST
A movement has Wen started InC'hi-
cago and New York to expose and ex
terminate, if possible, the charity so
licitor grafter says the Lincoln Jour
nal. It seems that for a long time a
well organized gang has been working
the public for funds which the peop'e
supposed were going for charity work.
The method was the securing of sub
scriptions to the ''Sunshine Journal1
and ".Sunshine," at the price of $1.00
per year. The plan as told by the so
licitors was that each subscriiier would
receive one copy of the paper sent to
some poor person to bring sunshine In
to their home. The scheme usually
met with ready success and great
amounts of money were in this man
ner collected all over the country in
the large cities. New York, Chicago
;ind Philadelphia were the headquar
ters and most worked places, although
the fakirs did not pass by any place
that looked good.
There Is a national charity organ!
that has the name used by one of these
fake publications and it was the sup
position that they were getting the
original publication that led many
people to donate. Lincoln has been
visited within the last two years and
"donated its amount to charity."
However, the game was worked so
quietly and smoothly that very few at
the time even had any suspicious that
they were not contributing to a wor
The method of coping with these
schemes as used In some large cit les is
the co-operation of the commercial
club and charity organization of the
places. Omaha has such a plan in
operation at the present time. Every
person who solicits the public must
tirst obtain a permit from the charity
endorsement committee, a joint com
mittee of the commercial club and I he
charity organization. All causesare In
vestlgated and the worthy ones allow
ed tn go among the people. Iloguscn
terprises of the sort are turned down
and sent out of town. The people
have learned not to contribute to any
fine not bearing the proper permit
Thus, the citizens are relieved of a
great deal of annoyance and the wor
thy cause is not so often given a pass
by. Some have asVed, why does not
Lincoln afford an organized system
like this for the suppression of such
grafters.' Something of tho kind may
be had sometime In the future, but it
is said to be quite unnecessary now on
account of the size of the city and the
service given by the charity organize
tionof thtcity as now operated. It
acts as an Information bureau to the
people and many cases are looked Into
because of inquiry from the public as
to Identity of the solicitor and the ob
ject be represents.
Fred BoedeKer Married.
Word comes from Huron, S. I., that
Fred Doedeker and Miss Gertrude
Neumler of Albena, S. D., were united
In marriage Thursday evening at 8
o'clock at the home of the bride's
uncle, I. Thoman.
here in Louisville it Is not neces
sary tostate that this is Fritz's tirst
matrimonial venture but the report to
the contrary up at Huron was the
cause of considerable trouble to the
young couple, it being reported that
the groom had a wife in Nebraska, and
to settle the matter Mr. Thoman, uncle
of the bride came to Louisville this
week and investigated the matter,
A telegram was sent by L. Rocdeker
father of the groom, which placed
things aright and the marriage pro
Mne lourier joins with the many
friends of the groom in Louisville
where he was born and grew from
childhood, In extending best wishes
to the happy couple who have won a
victory ever the gosslper who would
not stop to mar the happiness of the
young couple. Louisville Courier.
Death at Weeping Water.
A special from Weeping Water, tin
der date of March .'loth, says: "Agnes
C., wife of James Cathry, died of hem
morhagc of the lungs in this city yes'
terday. aged tlfty-llvc years. Mr. and
Mrs. Cat hey were old residents of this
county, they having lived here about
thlity years, on a farm a few miles
northeast of here. They have lived In
town since last fall. Mrs. Cat hey
leaves a husband and one son, fourteen
years old. Funeral services will be
held al the residence tomorrow at -
o'clock p. m."
A Pleasant Gathering.
A carry all was charted last Natur
day evening and two merry loads of
young people were taken out to the
hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. lvl
Todd, who most royally entertained
the young folks at dancing ami varl
ous games. After delicious refresh
ments were served tho gathering
wended their way homeward at a late
hour. All report that they enjoyed
most delightful evening.
Tramps Break Into Car at Oreapolis last
Night Get Clothes, Suit Case
BUT ARE PURSUED BY OWNER
Compelled to Return and Are Placed in
Jail and Complaint Filed.
A couple of hoboes, wishing to as
sutm a more presentable appearance,
broke into a paint-service car at Ore
apolis aliout 8 o'clock Sunday night
and proceeded to attire themselves In
a couple of suits, overcoats and other
clothing, tlu property of 11. R. Towle,
tho foreman of the paint gang, lteforo
making their exit they replenished
their purses with fifteen dollars in
cash that they found in the car, and
also carried off a suit case, containing
The authorities here were notliied
to be on the lookout for them, hut it
was liiter ascertained that. Mr. Towle
bail located and compelled the guilty
culprits to return with him to ore
apolis, from which place Sheriff
Ijuinton was telephoned to come and
take them in charge. They were
brought to this city and placed in jail,
and Mr. Towle swore out a complaint
against, them this morning.
Mr. Towle Is a nephew of (!eorge
Tow le of Wabash and is In charge of
the paint car service, which at present)
is doing some work at Oreapolis. lie
recovered his clothes, but tho fellows
had made away with the monev, be
fore he captured them. He feels quite
fortunate, that lie has recovered his
property so promptly after the loss of
The to hoboes who were arraigned
before J udge A rcher Monday afternoon
plead not guilty and were each bound
over under Mm.no bond. Not being
able to furnish the the required bond,
they were returned to Jail to await
Your doctor v ill tell you that
thin , pale, weak, nervous chil
dren become strong and well
by taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
Small doses, for a few days.
The change is very prompt
and very marked. Ask your
doctor why it is. He has our
formula and will explain.
"Wltfn U yisr old. fur man? numtlii nit
ou Oimiirlit I oiMiltl II. briMm of Ihtu lilnoil.
Ilul. In 11 Ikw wkt. AtM'i HHr.ntHU colli
pletelr rehire) mo to litalOi."
Mm. K. lliYKUiMriK. VineUnit, M.J.
ft 00 ft tmttl
J V. A Tin (IV,
I .,.-11 M,.
'h i :, ;
Blliousnnss.conittipntlon prevent ro
covcry. Cure those with Ayor ' Pills.
"PULLING WOOL OVER
THE CONGRESSIONAL RAGE
Anti-Pollard Men in Lincoln Fighting Shy
ct Holding Primary.
. - "TV .
lMn't alinw money to lie around.
Is easier to spend it and easier
to lose It
by keeping It In a safe place such M
The BanH of Cass County
Capital Slock l.".o,ooo, Surplus 115,000
Chits. C. I'lirniKlii, I'n-a.. .lin'oliTrlUcli, VP.
T. M. I'lttterwni, Ciiih.
You can give a check for any part of
It at any time and no have a receipt
for payment without asking fur one.
hen you have a hank account you
will he anxious to add I o it rather than
spend fmm It. Iiou't you want to
know more about It.
Tin1 suggestion that a primary will
be called to decide w hether Congress
man Pollard or some one else shall he
named as the republican candidate for
congress from the Flut district, says
the Lincoln News, has stirred up the
anti-Pollard furoo to great mental ac
tivity at loaKt. Some of them are de
claring that if the committee dares to
call the primary several of the coun
ties will ignore it, but they neglect to
say what ligurc that will cut In the
matter. The other counties will go
right ahead and name a congressman,
and It will be a pretty dllllcult propo
sition to prevent the republicans In
the seceding counties from Insisting
upon taking part.
The truth Is that the committee has
absolute power In the premises, and
that whatever It says about the mat
ter of nominating rules goes. The
state law specifically gives the power
to party associations to hold a primary
under certain preset Ibed rules, and
the only way In which a party associa
tion can act Is through its committee.
Tiie claim has been made that there
Is no way by which the nominee at a
primary can get upon the Australian
ballot at election time, because there
is no provision for nomination by dis
trict primaries. This is an obstacle
that can lie easily overcome. If It Is
necessary to have a convention to nom
inate, the committee can, in Its rules,
constitute Itself one, or can do as the
republicans do In Lincoln, elect one
man from each subdivision as a dele
gate instructed to vote for the man
who gets the most votes.
The real reason why tho opposition
Is so wroth Is that they are clever
enough to sec In It that Pollard Is pret
ty certain to win at a general primary.
The man running for a second term
has a decided advantage because of the
two-term feeling that Is general.
Aside from that, ho is better known
over the district than a candidate In
any other country, unless the latter
has once stumped the district. A fa
vorite son In each county might poll
as many or more votes than the con
gicssman In that county, hut he would
lie badly Wateii outside his own coun
The movement against Pollard has!
Ik en entirely one of the politicians', I
and they scent defeat In a primary for I
their schemes. It would he easy, they
have figured, to get enough delegates
to beat Pollard, because delegates arc
usually really chosen by the manipu
lating powers, although ostensibly by
a convention. Another thing that
worries them Is the fear that If Pollard
gets a primary this year it will he a
precedent for the future, and that he
will bo able, by giving the people good
service, to be the most popular candi
date two years hence at a primary.
Politicians Told Him Everything Was
Lovely While Secretly Whetting
A sH'clal from Lincoln says, ''Pull
ing the wool over Pollard's eyes" was
the phrase employed by a Lincoln
politician to describe the (ireek-llke
reception extended to the congress
man from tiie First district when he
visited Lincoln last week.
"Congressman Pollard went to a
number of the Lancaster county work
ers and they told him that little
opposition to his candidacy existed.
Pollard denied that any friction
existed between Ceorge L. Sheldon and
himself. Then Pollard went his way.
"In the meantime arrangements
have been perfected for giving the
Lancaster delegation to a favorite son.
This will undoubtedly be Judge I). p.
Holmes. He won the former contest
and captured the county.
"Politicians declare that Will Hay
ward will take the lield from (Hue and
either he or Holmes stand excellent
chances of being the w inner, outside
counties will join in the scramble and
It Is probable that Pollard will liml
himself with the lukewarm support of
Cass. Judge .lessen, Judge llayward
and Senator Sheldon seem to have un
understanding and Cass county prob
ably will desert Pollard early In the
oontest, Should tho Pollard congres
sional committee call a direct primary
Otoe, Lancaster and a number of oilier
counties will Ignore it.
"A. 15. Allen of Tecumseh may enter
the race in the near future. Ho has
been assurred of the Johnson county
delegation and has many friends in the.
Edison and Victo
TO SKLIX'T KK'OM.
Send for catalogue of Machines
and Kecords or send us your name
and we will have our iMr. Ceorge
Miller call on you.
Wi Prtpar All Charuy
Nebraska Cycle Co.
GEO. E. MICKEL,
l l.iLh and liarncy. u.maiia.
A 135 acre farm two and one-half
cast of LaDatte, In Sarpy county, on
the Missouri bottom. 110 acres in
cultivation, 1,1 acresln timber and
tame grass pasture. The improve
ments arc a three-room h:mse, a splen
did cement cave, corn-crib and gran
ary, tine well of water, fenced and
cross fenced. Land lays perfectly level
and there Is no better corn land in the
state. Cash price tl.oon. For further
particulars write or call on Falter &
Tate, Plattsmouth, Neb.
Mrs. Lutz Entertains.
The home of Mrs. John Lutz was the
scene of a pleasant gathering of her
friends last Saturday afternoon to par
ticipate In the celebratton of her thirty-eighth
birthday, and the twentieth
anniversary of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Adam Trcttlg's arrival InlPlatts
mouth. A good social time was en
Joyed by all, and late In the afternoon,
an Inviting live course luncheon was
served. Those enjoying the occasion
were Mesdames II. Langhorst, John
Iiauer, Phil Thlcrolf, Peter Goos,
Henry Zuckwellcr, Lcnord Horn, Peter
Madsen, Ceo. II I Id, Will Crosslce,
Mike Lutz, August ISach, Hans Selv
ers, T. Reich, Fred Ohlcnhausen,
Louis Iose, Henry Jess and daughter,
Anton Raumeister, Arthur IJarthley
and Mrs. J. P. Sattlcr and daughters.
No appetlta, loss of ttrei glh, nervous
uc.1, hndch, constipation, bad breath,
g-.r.era! dobi lily, tour rising, and catarrh
of tji? '.'.jrruvjh Jn all dja to Indigestion.
;!:iol curas Indigsstlon. This new d'scav
cry rpr;nts tha natural Juices of diges
tion 13 they exist In a healthy stomach,
combined with the greatest known tonlo
and reconstructive properties. Kodol Dys
pepsia Curs does not only cure indigestion
and dyspepsia, but this famous remedy
cures all stomach troubles by cleansing,
purifying, sweetening and strengthening
the mucous membranes lining the stomach.
Mr. S. S. Bill, of Rjvenswood. W. Vi.. mm:
" I wj tmublH with lour itomich for twenty .
K'vfil curei ma and wa ars now usinf It In miUi
Kodol Digests What You Eat.
Bottlea only. $1 GO Sls holding 2 times tht trial
a;zfl, which a-ll for 50 centf.
Praparad by E. C. D.WITT ft CO., CHIOAQO.
Cierinp; & Co.
DR. J. 0. BNUCE
Chronic Diseases a Specialty
Ciuitcs llliM-k. rooms ?r ami 231. Office hoars
V lo I- ii. in., I to 5 p. rn. mill 7 to p. in.
poliittniMil. 1 fli'plioncH, olllco 317: nild
at rcrklim Iloltjl.
IN THE GOOD OLD
You want to save your
money to buy your
The poor we have always with us
especially por excuses.
Mortgages During March. I
From tbe list of mortna'es tiled and 1
released on rarm and city property!
during tbe month of March, it will lie
noticed that there has been an iiinisu-'
ally lartfc number of instruments tiled'
on farm property: j
i try Mni:i(i.vi.i. !
....... . i
r iieu, 1 1: amount, 'i,r,uii.oii
Released, II; amount Mx.'.oo
KAItM Ml ill I ( . AO l.
Filed, :m; amount iMIT.o.M.oo
Released, 4o; amount BL'.oTT.OO
Q r. Teeth $5
Cold Crowns and HiMb Tnh Iv V op. Petr
lain Crown li.to up. Fllllnia toe up, Tatlh
Kitracied Haiiilcaa. New aet iaui day.
EaUblleheJ M. PaitoaBlk. OfUMA,
AT OUR CITY
Full Weight Guaranteed -Best
All Kinds of Feed
Corner Third and Main Streets
Bell Phone 25 riatts Phone 22
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