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Children Cry for Fletcher'
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The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 80 years, has borne the signature of
and has been made under his per-
Tyi-f , sonal supervision since Its Infancy.
, ,6A4l6 Allow no one to deceive you In this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor Other Jfarcotlo
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverlshness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
WILL REMOVE FROM
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
THC CENTAUR COMPANY, TT MURRAY STRICT, NEW YORK CITY.
lion. It. B. Windham and daugh
ter, Mls3 Ellen, went to Omaha on
the morning train today, where they
attended to business matters for a
Mrs. F. B. Shopp and son, Will,
were passengers to the metropolis on
the morning train today, where they
looked after business matters for a
From Friday's Pally.
Lee Thacker came up from Union
last evening to attend to some busi
ness matters. He was a pleasant
caller this morning at this office and
extended his subscription to this
paper for another year and asked us
to change the address from Union to
Monte Vista, Colorado, about the first
of March, a: they had disposed of
their pretty residence property at
Union and are going to remove to
Monte Vista, where they will reside
in the future. Friends of the Thack
era sincerely regret the departure of
this most estimable family from their
midst, but wish them all the happi
ness possible in their new home.
In Tuesday's write-up or the coun
cil proceedings the writer mentioned a
petition from the citizens of the city
asking for the appointment of Fred
Patterson as city surveyor, and said
that the "petition numbered 48
names," or words to that effect. Mr.
Patterson says the petition contained
148 names and that our report had
"bobbed" off an even hundred, which
is more than half of the number.
The matter becomes material, as
there Is another petition asking for
the appointment for another party,
and the longest pole may get the
William Jones, who has been con
fined to the house during the past
six days, was on the street yesterday
afternoon for the first time since his
sickness. Mrs. Jonea Is also Improving.
Mr. C. A. McGee and wife, who
have been visiting Mrs. McGee's
brother, W. W. Wood, residing with
W. F. Campbell, returned to their
home at Omaha this afternoon, Mr.
Wood having Improved very much.
Beginning on Monday, February l3th, and the balance of the month up to
March 1st, I will sell from my stock of Furniture, etc., at a discount of 15 per
cent below the regular price.
The following listed Furniture will be sold at extra low prices, the cost price
will not be considered, and the prices given in the list are bargain prices, which
you cannot overlook, if you are in need of any Furniture at all.
Read the following list over carefully and note the low prices:
Q THE FURNITURE MAN,
A Quarter-sawed Oak Bed Room Suit, regular price $61.00, sale price. . . .S45.CO
An Imitation " 14 " 42.00, " " .... 35.00
44 Dresser, 44 44 17.00, 44 44 .... 13.00
44 44 44 44 16.50, " 44 .... 12.50
44 Mahogany 44 - 44 " 20.00, 44 44 .... 15.00
A five-piece Parlor Suit, '4 44 45.00, 44 "....35.00
A three-piece 4 4 4 4 ' 44 44 30.00, 44 44 .... 24.00
A Plush Covered Couch, 44 44 19.00, 44 44 .... 14.00
A Velour 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 10.00, 4 4 4 4 .... 6.C0
A Large Rocket 44 44 11.00, 44 44 .... 7.00
A " " 44 44 13.50, 44 44 .... 8.50
A 44 " 44 4.25, 44 44 .... 3.25
Arm Chairs ' . 7,50, " 4.00
44 12.00, 44 44 .... 8.00
A Set of Dining Chairs, 44 44 10.50, 44 44 .... 7.50
" ' " 44 8.00, 44 44 .... 6.00
A 12 foot Extension Table, 44 44 15.00, " "....11.00
An 8-foot 44 44 44 44 21.50,;" 44 .... 15.00
A Large Secretary, 44 44 30.00, " 4 4 4 4 20.00
An Iron Bed, ' 44 44 26.00, " 44 .... ly.00
" " " " " 15.00, 44 44 .... 10.00
" " ! " " 12.00, 44 44 .... 8.50
A Piano, 44 4 4 3 00.00, 4' 44 ....200.00
14 " 15000t llaoo
Mann of life Prevents Action
cn War Claims Bill.
BENNET RESOLUTIONS KILLED.
He U the Only Member Who Tavori
the Proposition to Ask President t
Open Annexation Negotiations Con
ferences With president
Washington, Feb. 18. With onlj
eleven legislative days remaining, the
house of representatives was held at
a standstill by a filibuster planned
and conducted by Representative
It was private calendar day under
the rules and business In order was
consideration of the omnibus wai
claims bill, which already had been
passed by the senate. The bill large
ly affects southern claimants, and the
Democrats, with the assistance ol
many Republicans, endeavored to pass
At time the majority In favor 01
the bl.l was as high as 140. but Rep
resentatlve Mann was opposed to the
bill and by dilatory tactics succeeded
In prevent Ins act ion.
Bill to Annex Canada Killed.
To ofTHct annexation talk, which the
administration feared might affect the
reciprocity agreement, the house coin
mittee cn foreign affairs, by a vote ol
9 to 1, reported adversely on the reso
lutlons reported by Representative
Rennet (N. Y.) for the opening of nego
tlatlons with Great Britain looking to
the annexation of Canada.
Bennet wits the only member ol
the committee who voted for tho Peso
lution. The . committee action fol
lowed conferences of Chairman Fos
Will .Move to Crt-iKliton.
From Saturday's Daily.
Gus Meldeman and wife of Mynard
drove to thlc city today to attend to
matters of business. Mr.. Ileideman
was a caller t this office .and re
newed his subscription to the Old
Reliable a year in advance. He also
asked us to change the address of his
paper from Mynard to Crelghton
after the first of March, as he and his
most estimable family will remove to
that place about the 27th of this
month, where they expect to reside
in the future. Mr. Ileideman has
been farming the land near Mynard,
which belongs to Chris Metzger, for
the past year, and we regret to learn
of his departure from our midst, but
wish him the best possible in his new
location. Mr. Heldeamn says the
roads are something awful.
riansmoutrt, Nebraska Q
Now a few words to those who will be so fortunate as to read the above, I
will say that my sale will be bona-fide, and that all purchases must be paid for in
cash, as that it the only way that I will sell at the discount figures as above
stated. Remember the dates, and tell your friends about this sale, if they are
not subscribers to the local newspapers.
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ANOTHER VERY PLEAS-
AWT SOCIAL EVENT
From Friday's Daily.
Another very pleasant social event
of the season was the delightful card
party tendered by Mrg. C. G. Frlcke
at her home yesterday afternoon to a
large number of her lady friends.
The Frlcke home was prettily doco
rated for the occasion, the decora
tions being In keeping with the
Valentine season, and the atternon
was devoted to that fascinating card
game, high five, tho company filling
six tables. Several games were
played and handsome prizes were
awarded to the winner and the loser.
Mrs. Dawson captured the king prize,
a kensington bag, while Mrs. William
Schmidtmann carried off the booby
prize, a label book. Following tho
card games a dainty two-course
luncheon was served, to which all did
ample Justice. The remainder of tho
afternoon was spent in social con
versation and various other amusements.
W. 3. BENNET.
ter and Acting Chairman McCall ol
the ways and means committee with
One of the Bennet resolutions asked
the president to report to the house
for Its lnformitlon all the facts con
cernlng any negotiations now pending
with the Canadian or British govern
ments and also whether any negotla
tlons are now pending looking to Ca
The other resolution, a concurrent
one, requested the president "to entei
upon and to prosecute from time to
time such negotiations with the Brit
lsh government as he may deem ex
pedlent for the annexation of the Do
minion of Canada to the United
The undersigned will sell at public
auction, at his farm home, two miles
east of riattsniouth, on Tuesday,
February 21, all his stock, 5 head of
good horses and mules, 5 head of
hogs, farming Implements and house
hold goods. The usual terms will be
given and the sale will commence at
10 a. m. Free lunch will be served
at noon. All property must be settled
for before removal from the premises.
W. A. K1RBY, Owner.
Amos Iske, Auctioneer.
J. P. Falter, Clerk.
Return From Oklahoma.
Philip Fornoff of Cedar Creek was
a visitor In the city today, attending
to business , matters, and was a
pleasant caller at this office. Mr.
Fornoff and Mr. George Lohnes have
Just returned from a week's visit
with relatives and friends In Okla
homa. While down there Mr. Fornoff
saw Mr. George Miller, who formerly
resided In this county, but who Is
now a resident of Haley, Oklahoma,
and who Is a subscriber of this paper,
and be handed Mr. Fornoff the price
of another year's subscription, which
Mr. Fornoff brought in this morning.
For a mild, easy action or the bow
els, a slnglo dose of Doan's Regulets
Is enough. Treatment cures habitual
constipation. 25 cents a box. Ask
your druggist for them.
Rsbsl leader Who FaileJ
To Carry Cut Threats to
Blow Up Federal Trains.
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O 1911. by American Vrct Amoelullon.
Officials Serve Notice on Sec
retary ol Stale.
Recall Passes Kansas House.
Topeka, Feb. 13. The house passej
a resolution by a vote of 96 to 22 pro
viding for the recall of public ofllclals.
The recall petition must bear the Big
nature of 25 per cent of the voters.
Closing Quotations on tho Chicago
Board of Trade.
Chicago, Feb. 17. Closing prices:
Wheat May, 9090c; July, 89c
Corn May, 48:ic; July, 49;vi49c
Oats May, 31c; July, 31c.
Pork May, $17.67; July. $17.00.
Urd May, $9.40; July, $9.30.
Ribs-May, $9.47'a; July, $9.27.
Chicago Cash Prices No. 2 hard
wheat, 9092c; No. 2 corn, 4747c;
No. 2 oats, 31c.
St IjuIs, Feb. 18. OSfli.ls of the
Armour Packing company served no
tice on Secretary of Slate Roach that
the company would withdraw from
business operations in MIshoiu I. What
reasons prompted the decision wer
not stated in tho communication re
ceived by the secretary of stato.
The Armour company Is one of the
defendants In ouster proceedings In
stituted for alleged violations of the
antl tniRt laws of Missouri. Tho suit
Is pending In the supreme court of ths
state. The Republic Oil company at
tempted two years ago to circumvent
ouster proceedings by quitting the
state, but the supreme court In sus
taining the suit against it directed
that Its property be held against any
claims liable to be made. That cas
was appealed and a bond covering
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicngo, Feb. 17. Cattle Receipts,
U00; beeves, $3.0006.80; western
steers, $1.500 5 70; Blockers and feed
ers. $3.80(55.80; cows and holfcrB,
$2.f.55.75; calves, $7.CO9.00. Hogs
Receipts, 14,000; steady; light, $7.30
7.60; mixod, $7.107.55; heavy, $7.45;
rough, $7.05 7.30; plgn. $7.407.70;
bullr. $7.25ft7 40. Sheep Receipts,
10,050; 10c higher; sheep, $3.004.75;
yearlings. $4.75(&6.60; lambs, $1900
8outh Omaha Live Stock.
8outh Omahn, Feb. 17. Cattle R
celpts, 1,000; unchanged; beef steers,
$4.C5i6.10; cows and holfers, $3,500)
6.10; Btockers and feeders, $4.3505.75;
bulls, $1.2505.20; calves, $4.5007.75.
Hogs Receipts, 5,800; 6010c lower;
heavy, $0.fO&C.95; mixed sold around
$7.00 and choice bacon animals Bold as
high as $7.20. Rheep-Recelpts, 2,200;
stronger; cweH, $3.750400; lambs,
of the fine suits included in
our Clearance Sale are light
enough in weight to wear
well into Spring. You will
also find the price reduction
much to your liking.
JJO for any suit worth $15
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The Home, of Hart, Shaffner & Marx
Manhattan Shirts titetnon Hals
CLASH IN DANVILLE LIKELY
Foreman Has Trouble in Getting War
Danville, 111., Feb. 18. A clash b
tween the grand jury and the sheriff's
office Is among the probabilities In th
election fraud investigation. Evet
since the elimination of State's' Attor
ney Lcwman It Is asserted that For
man Woodyard has been having trou
ble In securing witnesses.
Pench warrants have not been
served and Woodyard believes thai
such a condition antagonistic to the
work of the gfhnd Jury exists In the
sheriff's office that he will be Justified
In starting something.
Frank Collnrd, former Danville sa
loon keeper, converted during the Billy
Sunday revival last year, and now
himself an evangelist, voluntarily ap
peared before the grand Jury.
Gould Lines May Be Separated Soon,
St. Louis, Feb. 18. A St. Ioul8 cap
Itallst, Just back from New York, told
of a secret conference between 15. TV
Jeffrey, George J. Gould's chief ad
viser, and Klwln llawley. Intimations
he received were meager. They mere
ly said the two chief Gould lines would
be separated and that Hawley would
figure in the new transaction before.
the plans were consummated.
Steals Lumber for Church.
Flint, Mich., Feb. J8. Kazmrea
Kllowskl, an officer of tho Independent
Catholic church, confessed in the po
lice court that he stole lumber which
he Intended to use for seats In hln
church. He was sent to Jail for tea
The province of Quebeo will adhere
to the policy of restricting exportation
of pulp wood despite the proposed reel,
procity agreement, according to
statement made by Premier Gluen.
The Rev. Dr. Oeorgo Edward Reed,
president of Dickinson college at Car
lisle, Pa., has notified the board of
trustees of the institution that it Is his
Intention to resign on or before th
commencement In June.
Invitations from President Taft In?
vltlng his Yale class of 1878 to eat Ht
annual dinner at the White House on
the evening of March 4 .next have
been received by members of th
president's class In New Haven.
With a plea for organization and
combination on the part of the Amer
ican business men for the promotion
of trade with Latin-America, Senator
Root of New York lauded the princi
ple of organization In business In an
address at the closing session of th
Pan American commercial conference.
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