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Yon might be able to think of the very name we want for
this new delicious bottled beer of ours and. just for putting that idea
down on the coupon below and mailing it to us, you may get $500,00 in cold. cash.
An investment of a postage stamp might bring you this little fortune and think
what that could do for you.
We want to break away from the brewers' habit of naming their beers "Bavarian,"
sener," "Wiener," Bohemian," 'Muenchner" and the like because this new beer of ours is
different it is better than other beers. The names like the ones we mention are meant to in
dicate the kind of foreign beer they imitate.
We want a name appropriate for our beer which contains the best qualities of all these
beers without their heavy, sticky substance.
We have carefully studied the taste of the public during all the fifty years we have been brew
ing beer in Omaha and now offer a beer to please the public not a beer that merely pleases us.
You Owe It To Yourself To Try.
We have put over 50 years of brewing experience into this beer, using nothing but the finest
Bohemian hops the best barley grown in Wisconsin, the finest rice India produces and our
pure, sparkling artesian spring water that gives this beer an individual flavor and tonic effect
that no other brewer can imitate.
It is light in color, light in weight and full of nutrition.
We want a really good name one that will "hit the nail on the head." We make
This liberal Offer of a $500.00 Prize
so as to get the serious consideration of a great many people so let us have your suggestion.
Contest Closes May 21st, 1906.
Conditions! Contestants may suggest as many names as they desire. The names mast
"""" "" " be short, easy to pronounce and suggestive. No names ending in "ine"
will be considered. The name must be one that we can register, so no proper name will do and
no dictionary names except as descriptive ofa certain quality of beer such as "Velvet" or"Silk"
to indicate its smoothness. Suggestions received after May 21. 1906 will not be considered.
Open To Every Man, Woman and Child.
Name Contest Department.
Fred King Brewing Co., Omaha, Neb.
I submit the following names for your new beer.
My name is....
It is not difficult to relieve blind,
bleeding, itching or protruding piles
with Man Zan, the great pile remedy.
It is put np in collapsable tubes with
nozzle, and may be introduced and
applied at the seat of the trouble.
Stops pain instantly. Sold by Mc
Olintock & Garter.
A pretty sourenir with every
glass of ice cream soda at
Salve ! Salve ! Spread the salve, but
let it be Pine salve, natures remedy
for cuts, burns, sores, etc. Sold by
McOlintock & Garter.
Acre Property for Bent.
I have 18 acres adjoining town well
improved for rent. Inquire of
R. S. Dickinson.
For bloating, belching. Indigestion,
etc.. eat a King's Dyspesia Tablet
after meals. Sold by McOlintock
An Opportunity of a life-time for men
of limited Means to get homes.
A Ranch Broken up and the Hog and Alfalfa
Land thrown on the flarket in Tracts
of from 160 to 1280 acres.
Having Removed my fences from Government Land, I have
decided to sell my Ranch, breaking it up into tracts to suit
the purchaser. I have Deeded Hay and Alfalfa land which I
will sell at from $10 to $25 and will locate purchasers on a
free Cinkaid homestead of 640 acres adjoining. A section of
Grazing land with a quarter of Hay and Alfalfa land to raise
Winter Feed makes an ideal Dairy Ranch ot 800 acres which
will keep Irom 80 to 150 head of cattle. My land is all from
4 to 9 miles from Lakeside, Nebr., on the main line of the
Burlington, where there is an excellent market for cream,
eggs and other produce.
I will sell on easy terms. A man who can raise from
$1000 to $2500 can get a ranch of 800 acres which will pro
duce larger returns than any quarter section in eastern
I HAVE HOMES FOR MOOT TWELVE FAMILIES
If you want one of them t stands you in hand to investigate
: at once.
Special Excursion Rates to flomeseekers on the B. & M. R. R.
For description and prices address
on to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bargen
brook Taarsday, April 2G a daughter.
R. H. Wardemaa returned from
Omaha Thursday evening.
Mrs. Gerd Rosohe hap been reported
qaite sick the past ten days.
B. H Wordeman and Carl Rosohe
each have purchased a new top buggy
the past week.
Qua Loseke marketed hogs at Ores
Fred Feyr shipped one car of fat
cattle and one of hogs to Omaha
Frank Wnrdeman was a county seat
Goerge Mohleman of Platte Center
visited with his sister Mrs. Oarl
Frank Bade went aown to Omana
Friday to accompany home his son
Louis who was taken there the fore
part of March and underwent an oper
ation for appendicitis and then had a
severe case of typhoid fever.
(Too late for last week. )
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Loseke visited
with their son Gus Tuesday.
Wendolin Brauner drove to Colum
bus on business Saturday.
Mrs. Henry Wnrdeman drove to Co
lumbus Thursday and returned Friday.
Gus Iioseke visited Snnday with -his
brother Henry who bad the misfortune
of having his leg broke below the knee
by a kick of a horse.
A dance was given at the home of
Louis Hollman Saturday eveniug and a
grand time reported.
Willie and Emma Waber of Leigh
visited at the homes ef Hollman and
G. Bosche Sunday. wncr
William Wenck of Creston was in
these parts Saturday.
Our rural mail carrier has pnrchnsed
a nice team of black drivers.
Mr. and Mrs. Prank Wurdenutn visit
ed with Fred Feye Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Lueschen
were visited by Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Wilken, Frank Hilmer and Miss LyJiu
Lueschen last Snnday night
1 John Wnrdeman left here Lts-t
Thursday with 119 be d of cattle lor
his ranch near Olark.
Mrs Lonis Groieloeshen of Gray,
Iowa is visiting relatives hero. Mr.
Grotelusehen will be here Saturday to
go home with her.
2 Edward Loseke returned home from
the school of Agriculture luaJ Satur
Henry Grntelueschen and family of (
Uolfax were the guests of John Wnr
Willie and Emil KruinJand from
this route visited with their folks
northwest of town last Snnday.
Fritz Loseke has put a now shingle
roof on his house
Adolph Hoge and daughter. M'lrrlia
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Al
bert Boettcher last Sunday.
W. T. ErnBt did some good work on
the monastery road last week.
John Mohleman has painted his
house this spring and made other im
provements. O. M Grubb closed his eighc
months' term of school last week and
returned to his home in Rising City.
any-thin yon choose milk for instance or alone,
At every meal or for a mnnch between meals, when
yon feel the need of an appetizing bite to fill up a vacant
corner, in the morning when yon wake hungry, or at
night just before going to bed. Soda crackers are so
light and easily digested tfiat they make a perfect food at
times when yon could not think of eating anything else.
But as in all other things, there is a difference in sod
crackers, the superlative being
a soda cracker so scientifically baked that all the nutri
tive qualities of the wheat are retained and developed
a soda cracker in which all the. original goodness is
preserved for you.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
Maud Simpson spent Tuesday even
ing at A. G. Larson's.
Charles Eke was called to his home
Tuesday, by the death of his uncle.
Mrs. George W. Scwards and Miss
Alice Wagner of St. Edward visited
at J. M. Andersons' Thursday and
Miss May Greig visited at Rev.
Benjamins the latter part of the week.
Olaf Alfred our country merchant is
erecting a residence, adjoining his
Al Stenzel drove to Rosenberg
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Anderson visit
ed at Glaus Johnson's Monday after
noon. There will be services Sunday morn
ing and evening as usual at the Pales
Sold : .)(' Hit toe k V Carter.
Miss Martha Neemeyer is visiting
the family of Fred Drunken at Hoi
H. F. Brunken went to Leigh Mon
day to work at the carpenter trade.
Fred Behlen is painting his farm
buildings this week.
Miss Vera Bonk entertained a few
of her friends at a party last Sunday
night. Her sister Miss Manda of Co
lumbus was one of the guests. g
Miss Anna Meyer, head printer for
the .Natural Hen Incubator Co. is
visiting her sister, Mrs H. Fittji.
Otto Gerbers arrived here from
Hamburg. Germany iast week and is
making his home with William
From the IW.
Father Ivabanus, Paul van Ackeran
and M. J. Kamaekers went to Columbus
Tuesday, where is being held a confer
ence ot the priests of this district.
Nels Torpager went toColnmbes Mon
day, to be present at the hearing of the
hearing of the will of the late Andrew
Terpager. We understand the will pro
vides for an equal division of the prop
erty among the brothers and sisters, and
The friends of Constance Muck were
grieved to learn of the sore affliction
which belell him this week when he sud
denly lost his mind, and for no apparent
reason. At times he is raring, and again
quite rational. Dr. Marty n from Colura
btis was up Tuesday and expressed some
hope th:it he might be better in a few
days, but what change has occurred has
been for the worse, lie is being cared
for by kind friends, and it is the hope of
all that his mind will soon be restored
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THE SBEAT HEALER i
nHOUSANDS of grateful customers in
everv state attest the WONDERFUL W
every state attest the WONDERFUL
HEALING PROPERTIES of the
WORLD'S BEST LINIMENT
KING CACTUS OIL?
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Tie OiliLininent tfcat Hials without a Scar
It cures cuts, sprains, bruises, sores, swellings,
lameness, old wounds, lumbago, chapped hands, frost
bites, etc., and is tho standard remedy for barbed
Kire swts on animals, harness and saddle KaiN.
scratches, grease heel, caked udder, itch. manp etc.
It heals a wound from the lottom up and is
thoroughly antiseptic. KING CACTUS OIL is
sold by druggists in 15c.. 50c.. and l bottles. $3 and
S5 decorated eans, or sent prepaid by tho manufac
turers. OLNEY O McDAIV. Clinton, ob'a. if
not obtainable at your druggists'.
T. W. Blackmore returned Friday
from a business trip into Utah, Montuna
and Wyoming. He has been gone for
about four weeks.
Assessor Magnnsson has been busy in
Monroe for hercral days this and last
Homer Guiles was called home from
Council Bluffs, Iowa, to the bedsido of
his mother, who is very ill.
Ed Fox made a busineas trip to Co
0r F. H. ABBOTT,
J. D. PflTTISON,
Mrs. Charles Kola was serio0 sly in
jured in a runaway last Sunday while
driving with her husband to the home
Of Charles Sliwa. She was earreid to
the home of the latter where she is
under the care of doctors.
Clear Creek is out of its banks as a
result of the recent rain.
Minnie Geerhold has gone to Osce
ola and her sister Mary to Columbus
where they have positions
John Sprunk is recovering from his
recent attack of rheumatism.
Foley & Co., Chicago originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and lnng
remedy, and on account of the great
merit and popularity of Foley's Honev
and Tar many imitations are offered for
the genuine. Thee worthless imita
tions have similar sounding names. Be
ware of them. The genuine Foley's
Honey and Tar is in a yellow package.
Aak for it and refuse any substitute.
It is the best remedy for coughs and
colds. McClintock & Carter.
FOR SALE: Horse and buggy.
Alio Planet Jr. cultivator, cheap
Bay Young. " fi
The Ladies Aid society of the Con
gregational church have been fortunate
enough to secure Mr. Carl Steckleberg,
famous violinist, for a recital in the
Connrogationjd church on May 2". This
will be of especial interest to lovers of
fine music and an event that the public
in general will wait for.
Marriage licenses were issued last
week by Judge Rattennan as follows
.1. S. Hill, Shelby, Nebr., Anna Ward,
Detroit, Mich.; George Unick, Colum
bus, Sophia Dnster, Duncan; J. II. l'reis
tes, Humphrey, Celia Fangman, Hum
phrey; Kristen Sorenson, St. Edward.
Kristense Jensen, St. Edward.
The Journal makes the following
corrections in the list of donations to
San Francisco sufferers published last
week: William Cornelius, 15 : B
Mark, (instead of E. Moore) $2;
Morjorie Brook", fl, added since re
port of committee.
A liquid cold cure for children
that is pleasant, harmless, and effec
tive is Bee's Laxative Honey and
Tar. Superior to all other cough
syrups for cold remedies, because it
actB on the bowels. An ideal remedy
for coughs, colds, oroup whooping
cough and all curable lung and bron
chial affections in child or adult.
Pleasant to take. Sold by McClin
tock & Carter.
Special Homeseekers Rates: 1st and
3rd Tuesdays, low excursion rates t )
the North Platte Valley, the Big Horn
Basin and other frontier territory.
Personally conducted excursions on
1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month
for those seeking free homesteads or
610 acres of mixed farming and dairy
ing. Write D. Clem Deaver. Agent
Homeseekers' Information Bureau.
1001 Farnain St.. Omaha, Nebraska.
Irrigated Lands: If you have any sur
plus money, you can do nothing better
with it than to get hold of an irrigated
farm now. If this appeals to you.
send for irrigation literature.
Low Vacation Tours to Colorado, Cali
fornia and Puget Sound: The Sum
mer of lDOb will bring a great variety
attractive low rate excursion tours.
The greatest railroad journey in the
world, to California and Puget Sound
is within your reach at about half
rates daily from April L'.th to May lh,
also after June 1st. Ask about excur
sion rates to San Francisco for the
teachers' biir meeting; also about the
cheap rates to Colorado for the Elks'
great gathering early in July j
lo western nesoris: J-ow rate excur
sion tickets to the Black Hule, Hot
Springs. South Dakota, Sheridan,
Wyoming. (Eaton's Ranch, Big Horn
Mountains) and Yellowstone l'ark;ak
about special camping tour of 21 days
from Cody through the Yellowstone
Go Somewhere: Life is short; see
America. Think over the kind of a
trip you would like to make, and ask
the undersigned to help you plan tho
most interesting trip at the lowest
L. F. RECTOR,
Agent C. B. & Q Rv.
L. W. WAKELEY,
G. P. A. Omaha.
Let us build you one. We
put nothing hut the very best
material and workmanship in
them. The price is right.
FA I ME US, Bring in your
tools ami implements to be
sharpened and repaired now.
It will save you time when
the spring work opens up.
We keep only the Latest and
Buggies & Carriages
All Kinds of
S3X',r Horseshoes stick and
don't, lame your horse try 'em
Stomach and Liver Trouble Cared.
Orino Lixative Fruit Syrup cures
stomach and liver trouble as it iiIs
digestion, and stimulates the liver and
bowels without irritating the;e organs
pills and ordinary catharties. It cures
indigestion and sick headache and
chronic constipation. Orino Laxative
Frnit Syrnp does not nauseate or gripe
and is mild and pleasant to take. Re
fuse substitutes. McClintock & Carter.
LAXATIVE cough remedy.
For coughs, colds, throat and Innjf
troubles. No opiates. Non-alcoholic
Good for everybody. Sold everywhere.
FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR is ia
aYellowpackage. Refuse snbstitutea.
Prepared only by
Fafay A Company, Chicac.
Sold by McClintock & Carter
Seal Etsate Loans.
We are prepared to make loans on
all kinds of real estate at the lowest
rates on easy terms. Becher, Hocken
berger & Chambers.
See the new line of school
supplies at Buschman's.
Cared Hemorrhages of the Langs.
"Several years 6ince my lungs were so
badly affected that I had many hemorr
hages," writes A. M. Ake. of Wood. Ind.
'I took treatment with several physi
cians without benefit. I then started to
take Foley's Honey and Tar, and my
lungs are now as sound as a bullet. I
recommend it in advanced stages of lunir
trouble." Foley'a Honey and Tar stops
the cough and heals the lungs, and pre
vents serious results from a cold. Ra.
fuse substitutes. McClintock A Carter
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