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FOKGER HUDSON PL'E ADS GUILTY
We have a particular
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watches at prices to
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ver, Silverine, Gold
Filled and Gold Cases
Igin, Waltfaam, South Bend,
Rockford and Hamilton
movements. A line of watches having
just the watch you need, at the price you
feel is right. : : : : :
Bring us work of all
kinds. We do it right
Jewelers and Optometrists.
Burlington Watch Inspectors.
NEWS OF NEBRASKA FOOTBALL PLAYER INJURED
'Fremont Normal School Scorched.
Fremont, Neb., Oct. 15. Fire In
lie Fremont normul school building
mused damage to the amount, of $55,
COO, with $110,000 Insuiance.
Five Hundred Hounds at the Meet.
Minden, Neb., Oct. 13. Beginning
today the 1007 national coursing meet
will continue to the 2(ith Inclusive.
All indications point to the best meet
In the history of the national associa
tion. There will bo 300 of America's ,
Lest hounds here.
Quarrel Results in Killing.
Falls City. Neb.. Oct. 15. Charles
Wilson, aged twenty, was shot and
hilled here by Clyde Ellington. Both
are negroes of about the same age.
They had quarreled the night before.
After the hilling Ellington luiutcir un
the bherlfl and surrendered.
Omaha Horse Show Opens.
Omaha, Oct. 13. The fourth annual
horse show opened in Omaha last
night at 8 o'clock with an exhibition
of path horses driven before gigs.
From that time on until midnight
there was an exhibition of thorough
bred horses which called forth con
.'jhm1 applause. Society turned out
en masse to the opening- night.
Ferguson's Preliminary Trial.
Lincoln, Oct. 15. The lt,ev. Wilbett
1. Fergusc n, accused of adultery, up-
penred !' prellmlnaiy ttlal in the
court o .nistlco Stevens. Mrs. A. 1C.
Cross Is the complaining witness. Rev. ,
Ferguson was until recently minister
of the Methodist church of University
Place. Adelaide yishy, adopted
daughter of the complainant, told of,
tilleged acts of Ferguson which pre
ceded the offense.
Prey Kidnaping Case.
Lincoln, Oct. 15. Judge Holmes en
tered an ouler that Samuel T. Prey,
the youthlul son of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas H. Prey, who Is alleged to
linve been kidnaped by 'Mrs. Prey ana
taken to Denver, be restored to the
father. The child was taken to Den.
vr last Saturday by the mother, who
Ik separated from her husband, nlid
tne father Immediately started In pint
Ml of the two. All three are now in
enver. A copy of the court's order
s ot to Prey at Dourer.
Fred Jones of Bellevue Believed to
Be Near Death from Injury.
Omaha, Oct. 15. Because of the In
jury to Right Guard Fred Jones of
the Bellevue footbnll teum and his se
rious illness, the game at Vermilion,
S U., was called off. Latest reports
Irom tho South Omaha hospital,
where the young man is being cared
for, are that he cannot survive longer
than twenty-four hours. He Is suffer
ing apparently from a clot of blood
pressing on tho heart, caused by in
juries received In football pluy. He Is
In a stupor and is subject to violent
coughing spells. i
The parents of Jones arrived from
Cody, Neb. Jones was a sophomore
and this was his second year of foot- j
PRODS NEBRASKA GUARDSMEN !
Adjutant General Proposes Payment
for Attendance at Drills.
Lincoln, Oct. 12. Adjutant General
Charles F. Schwarz of the Nebraska
Natonal Guard has sent out a warn
ing to the company ofllcers that un
less many of tho companies bestir
themselves they are liable to be mus
tued out on account of inefllcieney
and the state will lose the pro rata
share of government support.
Tho loss of the government appro
priation would prove a serious blow
to the Nebraska guard. Adjutant
Schwarz duds it dlllloult to keep up
interest and secure attendance at the
drills, lie is now woiklng on un order
M-hlch will propose the payment of SJ5
cents each week to each member for
attendance at drill. .By Jan '22 the
guard must bo up to a certain stand
ard, the adjutant says, or lose its
share of the government appropria
tion. FIRES STARTEDBYLOCOlYlOTIVE
other words ran adequately describe
the situation," said the commissioner.
The railway commission set the
nenring of the compialnt filed by Ne
braska creameries against certain
railroad and express companies,
charging discrimination, for Oct. 'IT,.
Attorney General Thompson re
ceived a certified copy of the order of
the federal court at Omaha remand
ing the express rate case from the
federal to the state courts. The cases
Involve the reduction of express rates
n Nebraska 25 per cent, ordered by
the state railway commission. Since
the state couits have been given Juris
diction, the attorney general will
move for an order before the supreme
court that the reduction be enforced.
When the supreme court meets this
week, Hie Union Pacific railway's ac
tion against the state board or equal
ization will be taken up. The road
seeks an order which will compel tho
hoard to disclose its method of valua
tions. The road claims tho method
of assessment is unfair.
Peorfa Policeman Slain by Burglar.
Peoria, HI., Oct. 14. During a pistol
fight with a burglar who had robbed
a residence of several thousand dol
lars' worth or diamonds, Fd Bnnott,
a policeman, was shot and killed. The
man who fired tho shot escaped. This
If the second murder of tho kind In
Peoria In five dnys.
To Investigate Accidents.
Lincoln, Oct. 11. Railroad acci
dents will be investigated thoroughly
by the state railroad commission
when a velocipede has been purchased
giving tho board the opportunity to
make Hying trips so that tho scene
or trouble may be reached before rail
road men have visited the scene and
olllclnl investigations by county au
thorities have fixed the responsibility.
Reign of Terror Exists Along Line of
Burlington West of Ravenna.
Lincoln, Oct. 15. Immediate and
effective lellef ror town and rural
property owners along the lino of the
Burlington railroad west of Ravenna
is declared to be tight In a docu
ment filed by Railway Commissioner
Williams. As Commissioner Williams
describes it, a reign of terror exists In
the district on account or fires started (
by locomotives, which are declared to
be ( aWuost dally occurrence. "No
RANCHMAN AGNEW ARRESTED.
Wyoming Cattle Baron Charged With
Conspiracy to Defraud Government.
Omaha, Oct. 15. Federal offices
have lecelved word of the arrest at
Rawhide Buttes, Wyo., of John Agnew,
who was jointly Indicted with G. T.
11. Bnbcock a year ago on the charge
of conspiring; to defraud the govern
ment In securing public land.
Agnew Is n ranchman. He was
taken before a commissioner at Lusk,
and gave $;i,OQ0 umi,jp.
Five and Half Years' Sentence Is
Passed by Judge Kelllgar.
Tecuniseh, Neb., Oct. 11. In the dis
trict court here Simeon Hudson
pleaded guilty to tho charge of forg
ery and Judge Kelllgar sentenced him
to tho penltentlury for llvo years nnd
Hudson forged and cashed two
checks o'.i Teoumseh bnnks In Juno,
nnd when the sheriff attempted to ar
lest him, he shot the officer In the
arm. He was apprehended at Kinsley,
Kan., and brought back. A big crowd
was In the court room and at the de
pot when Sherlrr Miner took him to
STANDARD'S OIL REJECTED
State Authorities Throw Out Carload
of Refined Product.
Lincoln, Oct. 1 1. A carload of oil
bent to Denver City by the Standard
Oil romping has been rejected by the
slate oil Inspector. The first test made
by Deputy Inspector William Wheeler
showed the oil to register 100 degreeB.
when the minimum was 112 degrees.
Chief Deputy Inspector Allen made
tho trip to Braver City to test the oil
himself and he ordered it rejected.
It Is very raiely the oil tested In the
state Is not up to grade. This Is the
III st big lot of oil thrown out by In
spector Allen It was shipped direct
to Ileaoi City from the Ohio refineries.
LIMITON TENURE OF OFFICE
Short Term Policy Rules at Christian
Omaha. Oct. 11. The following of
ficers weie elected by the twenty
first nnnual convention of tho Christ
Ian Endeavor union of Nebraska for
President, Rev. Jnmes H. Salshury,
PInttsmoiith; vice president, Walter
G. Rood, NoVth Loup; secretary, Miss
Mary B. Lee, Central City; treasurer,
William Watts, Deweese; junior su
perintendent, Ray Fletcher, Lincoln;
Christian citizenship superintendent,
11. S. Stone, Omulia.
Tho election carries out the policy
to be pursued In tho future of limit
ing tho tenure of olllce of the presl-!
Thousands Have Kidney
Trouble and Never Suspect it.
How To Find Out.
Fill a bottle or common glass with yonr
water and let it stand twenty-Tour hour.
i sediment or Ml
tlingindicatcsuii unhealthy con
dition of the kid
neys; if it stain
your linen it i
evidence of kid
ney trouble; too
to pass it or pain
in the bncfr s
nlso convincing pi oof that the Udnovi
and bladder are out of oidcr.
What To Do.
There iscotnfoit in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kihnct'.v
Swamp-Uoot, the great kidney remedy,
fulfills everv wish in curing rheumatism,
pain in the luck, kidneys, liver, bladder
and even part of the urinary nnsge.
It collects iimhilitv to holil water
and scalding ji.uu in passing it, or bud
effects following use of lhpior, wine or
beer, and ovciouuies that unpleasant ne
cessity of being compelled to go often
during the dav, and In get up many
times during I fie nieht. The mild nnd
the extraoi dinary effect nf 5wnmp-Roul
is soon realied. It stands the highest
for its wonderful ruies of the most ii
trussing eases. If u need a iiu-iliriiit
you should have the best. Sold by drug
gists in fifty-cent and one-dollar sizes.
You niiiv have a sample bottle and j
Ixok that tells all
ill tout it. not II sent l ree '
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H.IUltoll, N. Y. When nomeof flwmH-
writing mention this paper and don't
make any mistake, but remember the
name, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and.
the address, ISiughamtou, N. Y.
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GRAND ARMY MEN PROTEST
Denounce Pension Ruling of Nebraska '
Board of Public Lands and Buildings.
Lincoln, Oct. l-L At a meeting of
the local Giund Army post a resolu
tion was adopted denouncing tho ac
tion of the state board of public lands
nnd buildings in requiring inmates of
soldiers' and sailors' homes to glvo
part of their monthly pensions to the
state. The board was asked to re
tclnd Its action. The state board re
cently adopted an order requiring all
pensioners in the homes who drew a
pension In excess or $12 a month to!
pay a certain percent Into the cash
fund of the home. Under the service
pension rule there have been many In
creases In pensions, but the action or
the board has met witli strong protest.
FRONTIER FESTIVAL ENDS.
Hllderbrandt of Wyoming Wins Rough
Hastings, Neb., Oct. 14. The Hast
ings frontier festival, which was a
success far beyond the expectations or
the promoters, closed with the finals
in the championship events.
Hllderbiandt of Wyoming won tho
5500 prize saddle and purse of $05,
taking (list place In the championship
lougli riding contest. He rode Steam
boat, the famous outlaw horse, In his
final trial. Hllderbrandt made a most
sensational ride, Steamboat pitching
and tossing him In u merciless man
ner. The company which financed tho
enterprise wus capitalized for $1,000
in every, style. Ca
tering to parties and
dances a specialty.
Fresh Bread, Pies,
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