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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 4, 1912)
4. MURDOCK. :
(Special Correspondent.) 4
Al Hunt was in town Saturday
C. F. Hite of near Alvo was in
Miss Viola Everett was in Oma
ha on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Einil Kuelm were
a Lincoln Tuesday.
C. Eisenhut and daughter, Vera,
were in Lincoln last Tuesday.
Miss Orayce Lawlon attended a
farty at Wabash New Year's
Harris of York, Neb.,
friends (?) hero over
Miss Nellie Rush visited a few
"ays this week with her sister in
Miss Hertha Shatto of Omaha
Tisited friends and relatives here
Mr. and Mrs. David Thimgan of
Omaha spent the holidavs with
Mr. and Mrs. Fogg and baby of
Lincoln visited over New Year's
Miss Erna Dunconibe of Omaha
in a puost at the II. V. McDonald
home this week.
A. J. Tool and wife entertained
the Ooehy sisters at supper on
Misses Pearle Heed and Mayme
Rowhr of Lincoln were week-end
quests at the Sorick hon.e.
Mr. and Mrs. James Brill ian of
Lincoln were guests of relatives
and friends several days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Amgwert
. snlortained Misses Viola Everett
and Kate Amgwert at supper Sun
About a dozen of our young
people attended the da-nce at Ash
land last Saturday night. All re
port a fine time.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Mnomev and
laughter, Lula, ate New Year's
dinner with their son, fleorgc
Moomey and wife
Our basketball team played at
Alvo oTi New Year's night. At the
nd of the game the score stood
11 to 2 i in favor of Murdock.
Miss-Kate Amprwort left Monday
en No. 14 for Omaha, where she
faas accepted a position with Orkin
"Brothers' Clothing store.
Misses Jennie Reynolds and
Vhoroasa ' Kellv of Plattsmoulh
were guests of the latter's sister,
Mrs. Oscar McDonald and family,
The Ladies' Aid society met al
the Pickvell home, west of town,
n last Wednesday. About forty
rere present and all enjoyed
Ihoin selves immensely.
The dance here last. Thursday
itrht was well nt tended and
evervone had a good time. Thorn
bore's orchestra of Omaha cor
ininlv made things hum.
T ast Thursday evening about
fortv neighbors and friends
fathered at the beautiful home of
Vr. and Mrs. A. E. Lake, where
they passed the evening in music,
fames and social conversation.
This is only one of the good limes
tanned for this winter.
Emj Kuehn and wife entertain
, td at, dinner Sunday in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kuehn, who
have recently returned from their
redding trip. Those present.
ore: . A crust Kuehn and Emma,
Mr. and Mrs. Fd Thimgan and
lauphler. Florence: Mr. and Mrs.
David Thimgan of Omaha; Misses
Fit a Sorick and Mayme Rowhr of
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. McDonald
fnlertnined Monday evening at
Iheir home in honor of Miss Jen
nie Reynolds and Miss Threasa
Fellv of Plattsmoulh. A number
onsi.ted of the evenin-r's enter-l!,?, SH,, wa,,!! of 'Ulk infir
lain.oent.. At the usual time a-,. . "r(' Nyas i (,r ucli headway
erv d.oinlv l,hn,,n -nc eonvnH 1,11,1 "l'"ng COllId be done to slop
Those present were: Misses
feb-n Moomey. f enta McDonald,
Fslher Hart, Hnltie Arms, Eva
?i"iek, Orace Oust in, Marguerite
lTcIlonald. Jennie Revnolds,
Threasa Kelly, Messrs. Max and
Paul Ooehry, Ed car Moomey,
Pnrrv Oillespie, Joe Oustin and
Frank Dudi In'ured.
Frank Duda, employed on lhe
freiirht car repair track in the
Burlington shops, had the mis
fortune this morning to have one,
foot mashed by dropping a car
till upon it. Mr. Dnda sought
P'cdical aid immediately nnd had
the iniurv dressed. He will prob
ably be off for a few days.
County Commissioner C. R.
joruan ueparieu ior nis nome mis
mieriiMon. experuiiK io reiurn
non Mondav for tho annual meet-
ing, at which lime lhe hoard will
consider tho lolling of contracts
for county bridges.
Anton Ba.jock left last evening
for Olenwood, where ho plaved
l!io drums for a ball. Mrs. Ev-
tngham was tho pianist.
AVOCA NEWSIARE MICROBES IN YOURSCALP,
Mrs. William Knabe
from Berlin Monday.
R. A. Nutzman lost one of his
fine driving horses last week.
Dr. II. F. Brendol and wife were
over irom Murray Monday.
J. H. Schmidt commenced bar-
vesting his ice crop this week.
Harry Oakes is entertaining his
mother, who resides at Strang. 1
Mrs. L. J. Maniuardt entertain
ed relatives from Ftica last week.
(i. D. Maseman was a Weeping
Water visitor Wednesday evening.
The Rebekahs held a very in
teresting meeting Tuesday even
Orlando TefTt was a north
bound passenger Tuesday morn
Asa J. Johnson was attending
to business at Omaha Wednes
day. E. O. Spencer and family of
Huntley are visiting Avoca rela
tives. The Odd Fellow's lodge held in
stallation of officers Thursday
Mrs. R. A. Nutzman and daugh
ter, Pearl, were Omaha visitors
Miss Opal Lewton spent her
holiday vacation with her parents
The Avoca hand gave an open
nir concert on the street New
Manacrer Pinochle savs the
Pinochles will he stronger than
ever in 1012.
Mis Fda Marmiardt, who is
leachinor in Wyoming, is visiting
' Prof. John E. Opp and wife of
Reaver Onssinsr were home last
week visiting relatives.
Harmon Brothers' orchestra
f"rnished music for a dance at
Murray Saturday evening.
Mrs. R. B. Combs of Lincoln
snent several dav (his week visit
inf her sisler. Mrs. Ora F,. Copes.
Flovd Graham, Henry Maseman.
Willie Fahnestock and Fred
Kutineimn returned to Lincoln
H. G. Wellensjek was over from
Syracuse Monday attending a
"eetinur of the officers of the Bank
Colonel Georore Durham ar
rived from Mertrand Saturday.
George and his brother, Claud.
i'e iojrf (tie batching sl'int in
the Fred Bells properly on Carter
HANDSOME FARM RESIDENCE
Harry Todd's Fine Home, South of
Murray, Burned Lest Evening
at About 7 O'clock.
The large, line residence of
Harry Todd, situated two miles
south of Murray, burned to the
ground last night, supposed to
have been caused by a defective
Hue. This was one of the best
residences in the county, Mr.
Todd having erected I he dwelling
a few years ago at a cost of $12,
000. There is said to have been
$1,000 insurance on the house.
The fire occurred about 7
o'clock and at the time Mr. Todd
was at the barn looking after
some of his stock, when he noticed
many sparks flying from the
chimney of his furnace and he
thought at the time that the flue
was burning out. He hastened to
the upper story of his dwelling to
make an examination, when he
discovered the (lames hail spread
i from the chimney along the joyce
it, or arrest its progress, and the
'tine dwelling, that was the pride
of lhe community,' was soon a
smoldering mass of ruins. It is
reported that most of the fur
niture in the dwelling was saved.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Brown
entertained a number of friends
New Year's day. After dinner lhe
party went coasting. After coast
ing down hill several limes, Mrs.
Oiliuore took her learn ami sleigh
ami hooked lhe bob on. taking the
crowd several miles in (be coun
try. After supper all attended the
Trier Sisters' concert. The day
will long be remembered, and if
each of the davs of 1012 he as
joyous as the first, there will be
no room to complain. Covers
were laid for Mr. and Mrs. (1. II.
Oilmore. and Walker nnd Helen.
Mr. and Mrs. James Holmes audi
n nh. Mis Pan ine Oldham. Al
i)Prj Yopnp nnd Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mrs f;ar,ior and n relunied
from Orand Island this "mrning,
whore (boy have been vi-i'mg over
tho holiday season vilh reln-
It Has Been Proved That Microbes !
Professor L'nna of Hamburg,
Germany, and Dr. Sabourand, the
leading French dermatologist,
discovered that a microbe causes
baldness. Their theory has time
and again been amply verified
through research experiments
of eminent scientists. This mic-
robe lodges in the Sebum, which
is the natural hair oil, and when1
permitted to flourish it destroys
the hair follicles and in time the
liores entirely close, and the scalp
gradually takes on a shiny ap
pearance. When this happens
there is no hope of the growth of
hair being revived.
We have a remedy w hich will, I
we honestly believe, remove dand-
mil, exterminate t he microbe,
promote good circulation in the
scali) and around the hair roots
tighten and revitalize the hair,
roots, and overcome baldness, so
long as there is any life left in the
hair roots. ,
We back up this statement with j
our own personal guarantee: that
this remedy called Hexall "93"
Hair Tonic w ill be supplied free of
all cost to the user if it fails to do
as we state.
Ft will frequently help to restore
gray and faded hair to its original
color, providing loss of color has
been caused by disease; yet it is in
no sense a dye. Hexall "93" Hair
Tonic accomplishes these results
by aiding in making every hair
root, follicle and pigment gland
strong and active, and by stimu
lating a natural flow of coloring
pigment throughout Ihc hair cells.
We exact no obligation or
promise we simply ask you to
give Hexall "93" Hair Tonic a
thorough trial and if not satisfied.
Inll Hi. or., I ..... ...OI ,..,f...,.l II... I
n ii no cum v u ..in iiiuuu lllv
money you paid us- for it. Two
sizes, 50 cents and $1.00. He
member, you can obtain it in
Plaltsmouth only at our store
The Hexall Store. E. (i. Fricke
From Tuesdny's Dally.
W. T. Adams and II. W. Living
ston were passengers to Omaha
on the morning train today, where
they were called on business,
T. K. Todd and wife drove in
from Iheir home west of the city
this morning and looked after
business matters in the city.
Mall MeCminn of Union ar
rived from Omaha on the morning
train today and looked after busi
ness mailers at the court house.
Mike Trilsch, the newly ap
pointed deputy county treasurer.
i f t : ...:n ii.; .
morning ami win assume ins
Olen Smith arrived from Lin
coln today to meet the new board
of county commissioners. Mr.
Smith had the contract for build
ing the county bridges last year.
Chairman of the Hoard of Coun
ty Commissioners L. D. Switzer
will retire to private life to
morrow, when the newly elected
commissioner, C. E. Heebner, of
Nehawka, will assume the duties
of the ofliec.
ii, o;.. ii..;i .. i t i... t-
of Eight Mile Orove precinct came
in from their homes this morning
I ii ii . , . -
,and boarded the early tram for
...i a. i i ,
wnere lliey lOOKCIl OVCr
ine automoiiiie nouses Willi a view
f, , . ii
taking a course in (lie science
of operating an auto.
John Hiber of O'Neil arrived
last evening and visited his- par-
cuts over night, departing for his:
ii.....n ii.. n in
hume this morning. The winter
has been much more severe in thej
northwest part of the state lhani
I'" "'" . l"!Sit.io deenest roaret over his 'sinhh-n
here, the mercury falling as lowltlons of freight rntcs on live stock,
as 18 below zero three days ago.'
...... ..u-miii mm .mii; unu son 01
Lincoln spent Sunday and the
New Year's holiday with Mr.
Adams' sislers. Mrs. O. O. Dovev
and family and Miss Carrie' Nw Mpxlro- Tcxn8 Oklahoma to
Adams. Mr. Adanw rW,.nilvlForl Wortn' Tp- Oklahoma City,
l u t...l hi- ....,,ri,in ; r.i:
U'OIMIIII in II till 1 1-
loi ni.i ,iris collegiate school,
(ill, t.-lliili I. l . 1.
with which ho is very
We are just in receipt of a
circular of the Oram
iiiisiness ami formal (.ollege ofi
l.ooo young people from the
fan.-s and villages will be admit-
led this year and allowed to payleast-
expenses after they graduate, and
earn the money. This certainly
is a ureal opportunity for boys
and girls of limited means and we
understand a number will attend
from this county. It costs noth
ing lo apply for admission.
Fear Admiral Sicken Willi
ILLNESS G.VES 0 WARN NR.
Noted Naval Officer Arise, in Morning
m uooa i-ieann tommanaea Battle,
ship Fleet In Record Breaking Cruise
Around the World.. I
Washington, Jan. 4. Rear Admiral
Itoblcy D. Evans, retired, died sadden-,
Iv of acute indices! inn
Admiral Kvnns, who was one of the
most popular men In the navy, arose
in the morning apparently in better
health than he has had lor some time.
116 lunched at 2 oelock and almost
immeaiauuy auerwarus was sincKcn.
Dr. S. S. Adams was called hurried
ly, but the naval officer lapsed into
unconsciousness, dying shortly after
Admiral Evans started the battle-
ship fleet in its record breaking cruise
around the wcrld. resigning command
at San Francisco because of hl3 ap-
Poaching retirement from the ser-
REAR ATMIRAL EVANS.
From President Tnft down, of-'
liciuiH iir i p imvi'i-iimFiir fxnriKHcii
near Aunurai r-vans was uorn in
Floyd county Virginia Aug. 18, 1840.
le received his education in the pub -
lie schools of Washington and the
which he graduated In 1 83. Advnnco
ment In the service broucht him to
tho rank of captain In 1893
ns nu rnsi:ii .tir. cvnns piinicipatca
in both attacks on Fort Fisher In the
j civil war and in land attneks ho re-
ceivca iour severe wonnus rrom ruio
When In command of t' e Yorktown
at Valparaiso, Chile, in 1R!)1, during a
period of ntralned re'ntions between.
I chlle flml th, rn,t,!,, s,1!,f' hl9
, n2 'n";'
i "rum v i jm u nun inn u limn lltium Ul
. ..Flehtlne I5ob..
In flm wnr ..Hh
' ed the Iowh in
Snninsons fleet off
, Santlnro. tnklii rn active part In the
...... v..r,n ,-,-t ,,my 0
LIVE STOCK RATES REDUCED
Reduction Applies to All Western and
Washington, Jnn. 4. Rndlr.nl reiluc-
Pk'n? house products nnd snlt were
prescribed by tho Interstate commerco
commission to apply to all western
and southwestern railroads.
The commission holds that present
! "r8 on live stock from points In
lOWn.. and Wichita. Kan., nre unrea-
I ,.-. ., .. ,. ..u
! rient3 and otllPr piirkn, I)0UH(, . ,.
ucts from Fort Worth, Oklnhoma C'ty.
nd Wichita to po'nts In other states boss was brought on, or nt least nggra
also are unreasonable and that the vated, by the worry occasioned by tho
rotna nn uo.lt trnnt tn Vn..unc H . .1 .1 . . . ! t U nrlilil. hoi nnma Una
v ui. ..ifc ...rill lliv IMIIIHUn l' in u
nirlnhnma fl( ora i.nlimt
The findings of the commlsston. pre-
parea oy commissioner I'routy, are
tho result of rn exhaustive lnvest'ga
Hon and affect the rntcs to all points
' ine rauronns nre ivon until reii. 1,
1912. to put Into effect the rates sug
gested. Bryans Reach Tampa, Fla.
Tampa. Fla.. Ji:n. 4 Wll'lnm .1. Ilry
an nnd Mrs. Uryun arrived hero fron
Havana on the steamship Olivette.
They will go from here to Washington,
ATTACK ON COMMISSION FORM
J. J. Breen In Lincoln to Look Up
Details o Passage.
Lincoln, Jan. 4 J. J. Breen was p.t
the state hcuse looking up the record
oi the passage thro.igh the legislature
of the commission charter bill anil an
nounced In the secretary of state's of
Ike that he would attack the validity
of the measure. He did not say In
whose Interest he was acting. He will
assail the legality of the measure on
a point which, he asserts, has never
V of i- rA It Ann rn IoaiI In tVita utntf
It arrears the bill was introduced
in the legislature before the time Uni t i
exnlrod for the Introduction of new
bills Aft(.r that date however. the '
bill was amended by the addition or
three sections, the one providing for
the initiative, the one for the referen-
dum and the one providing how the
charter m'ght be voted o it of exist
erce in caso the electorate desire to
take such a step.
He holda that these amendments.
being complete sections, constituted
new hill within the mern!n of the
aw, and that the ent!r nieauire
therefore Is invalid, as trev were m
introduced after the time limit.
SEEKS RELATIVES OF
Te:ai Wants Hers cf Friend to
Llnco'n, Jen. 4. John E. Roller, an
ot Coniederate and a wi alt .y ranch
owner neor Wichita Falls, writes to
Arijulant Cieneral Phelps and requests
tho latter to locate the heirs of Isaiah ;
l.oner, a veteran of the First Nebraska . present drainnge law. They were ap
cavalry, who was a neighbor of his 1 j.cals from Nemaha county. Tho co.irt
and who had died leaving a small farm 1 l.o ds the law constitutional and also
and a little personal property, to holds that land benefited by tho gen
which a man In tho neighborhood had oral drainage scheme must pay Its
laid cla'm nnd to which Roller does share for laterals which do not direct
not think he has a right, nnd wants ly benefit It but which Bald laterals
thp heirs to tho northern veteran to are necessary to tho general scheme
have. of dralnago in which the land Is bono-
Thereby hnn?s a ta'e of friendship litrd.
betwefn the veterans of the north and Tho Lincoln trnction cases are af
the south. It appears tl r.t Ioni, firmed except on one point. Tho right
after some tio lhle with Ms family , of the company to sell heat, light nnd
nrnr Rrownville, Neb., wert to Teas power Is not determined by tho court,
rnd settled on the llttlo farm near j but for this p irpose only tho case is
Roller's hh runch. I oni lived the lifo , renin ml"d. As the oonipnny's rights lii
of a hermit ard his on'y friend nnd ns these matter? did not appear on the
sorbite was Ro'.lcr. Inn wes poor, I evidence the lower court Is Instructed
end w"n his hea'th failed Roller used to deternilno them. In deciding the
h's Influence to ohta'n a pens'on forcrae tho court comes to some inter
Ion? ard now thnt he Is Ceid wants cstln? conclusions. One Is that the
the tiortheru man's heirs to have his . (onstitutloiml Inhibition against the
nirdst fFtrte. I conso'idatlon of competing railroad.
The rero'i's of nrtbit-nt pen-1 docs not apply to street railroads.
e-:i''s o"p rh'v th"t I rnr enliste l Another Is that In such consolldu
In tho Fi VohmsVp In'ertrv rd : tlnn It Is not illegal' if the Htock and
lrtr reen',rtefl 'n the Firs-'t Nhr""'--! bnids ef the new company are In ex-re'-n'rv
under the name of Ephrlam ip?s of the-capitalization of the re
j on-r, B?ective roinrnnleri or the artuil valuo
: of the sme, bet hucIi slocks nnd
WILL UVE SEFD OmN T J ,,MUS n. 0t evidence of a capllnliza-
! t'on uro'i wli'ch the conipanv Is en-Coxrr-r'-l'l
'et I H ro-inlcatlon (i,v.i i ,iun dlvldciidh or fix the pileo
With Professor Purvey
On'ah". .1-n. 4. The eom-nercai
eb-Ns comT..'tt"o to lrn .-"r-te a r-m-
pn'-n 'or P'-od seed corn N In coinmu -
n'cnllen w't T'rnfp-rr C. V. P'.-sley
or tne rn-vrs'i" m m-p.m ...
ports o hr'n- M i to Om-M soon to
snonk no'nro ho ro.
- .. . i i .
i on te imr-nre o- e--rM , ,,,,. . ,
1 t.i. l ......I
. ..... Rt in
j r0MI,tV8 ,," nV8 the corn in
j fiwl 0RCS than f,r
M'dlral As'oclatlon 8-cretary,
Teknman r,e. .. ;- -
'Ncshit of this p'ace. P'"'; " f
Nebraska Stnte Medical assnclatu.n,
Teknmah, Neb., Jan. 4. Dr. A. D
,,, . ,nreun 0f the councilors of
t(. a8n(.ntion, has appointed Dr. J.
M Antpn 0f omnha sorretirv of the
1 Bintn iKmnclntlon. to take tho place vn -
,,, ,, r,r a. r. Wilkinson of Lin -
con( iaU.y dorened.
MOVE AGAIMST M JTINTtRS
. TT.u.. t
Thrift 1 nOUSd nu 1 Jilt mu i i vw w -
I Th r" aFnfnpe. submission.
Pfkine. .Inn. 1 Three thousnnl
,..... inmorinl troons. drawn Irom
iviaiKiiu mil" i fciw,".,
th anison(, 0f paotingfu nnd Shin
wnnKln0i 1BV0 ,(.t.n oiiKTeu to cnin
i ntt.K.b Ifin
wnngtao ami lincuuw m uum
mut'necr8-tliere If they do not submit,
I Chao Erh Feng, formerly viceroy of
the provhice of Serhuen, assisted by
Manchu soldiers from Tibet has re -
'captured Chungtu. tho capital. Seii-
. . . t. nnnlllillil
OU9 (UHturernces. nuwnn,
throughout tho province. All foreign
Crs nre reported to havo left the city
Mfi'.t. Curie Has Appendicitis.
Paris, Jnn. 4 The condition
Mine. Curie, who suffered from
acute attack rf appendicitis, continues ,
to he serious. The doctors of tho,
hospital to which flho wns removed In
.i..i..h nr.oraOnn onv hno.
over thill tn0v PX,)P(.t to savo her
' ... ...
life. Mme. Curie's friends say her ill
(ti -ill nun III ll.v.l. tv.
.IIK (tint nf Prnf naant
Langevln In divorce ro irt proceedings.
Receivers Held as Hostages.
Norfolk, Va , Jan. 4. Two federal
court ofllcla's, receivers for the bank
rupt Smlthfleld Trnnsportatlon com
pnny, at Smlthfleld, Va., are held as
hostages by Italian laborers, who are
clamoring for ihclr pay. The receivers,
I. L. Ilenrd nnd John T. lteld, attempt
fd to take bonts for Norfolk, but were
forced to ri turn to a hotel. The re
reiver are not believed to be In Im-
Irrigation B:d Has Aulhcr'.ty (3
R2slr2h Us3 of Pao.
CRA!NAGE LAWS ARE UPHELD.
Unca8ter Court8 Dec,ions Uphold.
Ing Consolidation of Street Railway
L.nes With Respect to Capital Stock
Upheld Millers Settle Controversy.
Lincoln, Jan. 4. The supreme court
hanuou dovn a large muuuer of opin
ions and wlui that act Judge hoot le
tned fiom tne bench.
One of tne iuo.st important cases
decided was that of KirK against the
stite bo'ird of Irrigat'on. th.s case
tho real point involved was whether
i.. 0ii.uiu.a i..e u.-n m .iel iu .tie
Nionraia ricr for power purposes it
wa3 within the province of tne state
to stipulate that tho power must not
be sold boyond the borders of the state.
Kirk was a resident of Sioux City and
proposed to uso the power developed
in Knox county, Nebraska, to operate
street cars ;n Sioux City. The water
right was granted by the board, but
the restriction made that the power
must be used in tho state, from which
Kirk appealed, but tho supreme court
holds the hoard was within its powers.
Drainage Law Upheld.
Another hatch of cases of general
interest, all of which were atlinncd,
luvo.vcd tho constitutionality of tho
j Millers Settle Controversy. .
Th(i Hno rn,,wily ,.oniI)1s;lioll fll;t.
1 m,mnK ,,, nH-t controversy
. . . t , T, ,
; llirtlor" wn H(.tlocI by stipulation In a
1Ri,m,or M tory to ,iarl.H. Thw
i '.-vw -
I interstate business except It. Is uiider
i flood that when a shipment consbits
: of a m'xture of tninslt and noti transit
products in the seine inr tho flat car
load rnte front the transit point wlH
sprlv on the non transit part of the
shi meet nnd' tnt the actual weight
of lhe ontlr Hhip.uent will he used
j t() Brrlv0 nt Mho carload minimum
Second Cuaranty Assessment
The stnte hanking hoaid mailn it
1 Hocond susersnirnt upon state banks
1 under tho depository law. Tho as
segment is two quarter of 1 per cent
neon the average deposits for the six
mortis preceding ll.-e. 1. These total
$7.8119,632 0(5 nnd will produce $182.
(121.21. This Is to lie added to $172,
000 raised hv the first, call Issued July
1. TliN money, while technically bo
lon-dni' to the guaranty funds, re
, ..... , , .- .
- ; rr:lim In tho custody of tho various
i iuiiikh irom which 11 iw i.-yim nui
nu liin'j'l fn ltf iKJifil nflllf ll.
minms " v --
case of a denunid caused by the fall
uro of some hank.
I Patterson Files Claim.
j gam f1( t tfiwon, a hunker of Arapa
. whQ W,1B npimlnteii Hl.irol:uy of
. . minjj ma,a ny CDvernor
Shnllenberger. has tiled a claim with
the state nudltor for two years' sal
ary$r(i000. He wnnts the auditor to
sot a (Into for a henrlng thut in caso
his claim is rejected he mny nppeot
to tho district court, as two of the
bank examiners hnve already dono In
Richmond Out for Auditor.
11. C. Richmond of Omaha, Demo
crat. filed ns a candidate for Btnto nud
I .. i t a-i 1
Itor. This is tho first fill iir up to
date for this olTlce on either ticket,
thoueh thero nre -several prospective
candidates who probably will file soon,
now that the ice has beep broken.
Military Te'egrapher Fc
St. Joseph, Mo.. Jan. 4 -sett,
Blxty four yours old . .
man, who for many years . .
ed with St. Joseph, Kar
LouIb nnd Fhittsuurg .(
was found dead In a rr
here. Death, supposed
resulted from Inhaling in
gns stove. Mr. HiiHsett v
pher In the civil war ni
pension from the Unh'il
h i ise
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