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Matters nf Gcaeral Isterest
Nesoata's Seat af
CsmaJatnt Must be Filed.
The state railway commission will
start off on theV right foot in the re
daction of grain rates when a com
plaint Is filed by a shipper, which will
be soon, it is predicted. Powell &
Kilsson of Marion have agreed to file
the complaint. Under the Aldrich hill
M rates established by it can be
changed without the filing of a com
plaint by a shipper. The Aldrich bill
reduced the rate on carload shipments
of grain 15 per cent
The commission overlooked this im
portant provision of the law about
complaint and started out to reduce
grain rates on their own motion under
their own commission law. The rail
road attorneys permitted the commis
sion to proceed to considerable length
under the delusion that it was reduc
ing grain rates, and then secured a
restraining: order to prevent the pro
mulgation of the rates. Senator Aid
rich of David City, who was secured
s counsel for the commission during
the grain hearings, told the commis
sion and the railroad attorneys plain
ly that the commission had started off
on the wrong fooL He told them
that a complaint must be filed be
fore any changes could be made in
The restraining order secured by
the railroads was dissolved and a tem
porary injunction was denied. Since
then t!,e commission has been await
ing a complaint irom a grain dealer
and the Marion complaint is the first
to be received. This letter was as fol
Jows: I see by the pa;icr that the ship
pers have to make a complaint. I
will make this complaint, and if it
has to be made personally, I will have
.Mr. Powell take this up at once.
Wrtlowing is the election proclaim
ifJon issued by Governor Sheldon, ua
der date of September 28:
"Under and by virtue of the
aHthortty vested in me by the pro
visions of section 11. chapter xxvi of
the compiled statutes of Nebraska for
the year 190a. entitled. 'Elections,' I
George Iawson Sheldon, governor of
the state of Nebraska, do hereby issue
my proclamation delating that on
Tuesday, the 5th day of November. A.
D., 1907, there will be an election held
-at the usual places of voting in said
state for the election of the following
"Judges of the district court for the
several judicial districts.
"Two regents for the state univer
sity. "One regent rbr the state university,
to fill vacancy.
"One judge for the Ninth judicial
district to fill vacancy.
"One member of the state railway
commission to fill vacancy.
"One senator of the First senatorial
district to fill vacancy.
"One representative of the Tenth
representative district to fill vacancy."
Report of .Prison Associations.
At the recent quarter!' meetiug of
the board of directors of the Nebraska
Prison association the citizens of Lin
coln and Omaha were congratulated
for. the. generous responses they had
made in answer to the requests for
funds with which to keep up the work
-of the asciat!on. The need for more
workers in the smaller towns was em
phasized and subcommittees will be
organized wit hsome cne from the
board of directors will be sent to sev
ral of the larger towns to work up
To Enforce Child Labor Law.
No further immunity from- prose
cutioni under the child labor law
should be granted the packers and
other large manufacturers in Omaha,
South Omaha and Lincoln, as Labor
Commissioner J. -T. Ryder views the
situation. "While at Omaha Ryder
learned that Rev. Mr. Wise and Mrs.
Drapen Smith, mernbers of the state
board of child labor inspection, had
agreed not to bring any proceedings
against the packing houses without no
Reese Files His Resignation.
Judge M. B. Reese, recently ap
pointed supreme court commissioner
to take the place vacated by Judge
N. D. Jackson of Nelign. has resigned.
He finds his private business such
that it is impossible to accept the
position. At the time of his appoint
ment the judge said he did not be
lieve he could accept. Judge Jacob
Fawcett of Omaha has been offered
Ticket sales on -the Burlington rail
road in Nebraska for the month of
Jnly produced a much greater revenue
on state than on interstate business.
The report filed by the Barlington with
the railway commission placesther
etate passenger earnings for that
month at $202,860.72 and. the interstate
at $127,353.06. At the same rate for
eachmonth in the year, the Burlington
.would take in more than $2,800,000
on its Nebraska passenger traffic alone
in the course of a year, to say nothing
f the freight earnings. -
Game Bird Fund.
Game Warden Carter has $493.50 in
subscriptions for the purchase of Hun
garian partridges for propagation in
Nebraska. Citizens of Long Pine, Gor-
Merriman. Milford, Friend, Ma-
City, and West Point have sub
scribed. The birds will cost .$4.50 a
fair in New York city, or about $5 a
pair, not counting the cost of express
charges from Lincoln to destination.
An order for $500 worth, has been
placed by Mr. Carter and unless he is
able to get more birds the subscrip-
: via cease when $500 is raised.
Tfce State Capital I
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nled- that its rcsss are
and unjust om Wyoming coal shipped
to Nebraska points. ,A copy of r the
answer filed with the interstate coaa
merce commission has been filed with
the state railroad commission.
The commission made complaint
that .the charges for shipments from
Rock Springs and Hanna, Wyo., be'
ing blanket rates of $4.50 front Rock
Springs and $3.50 from Hanna, were
exorbitant, excessive and in. viola4
tion of the interstate commerce acts.
This is'specifically denied and further
the road says the distances mentioned
ic the complaint of the commission
are incorrect. The complaint men
tions the-distance from Rock Springs
to the Kansas state line as 594 mites,
when the road says it is 'Gil. The
actual distance from Rock Springs to
Oakley. Kas., is 668 miles, instead of'
633, as mentioned in the complaint.
Distances for which similar trans-
portation charges are made on coal
and which are complained against are
from Rock Springs -to Smeed. 341.5
miles and to Omaha, 809.2 miles; from
Hanna to Smeed, 182 miles and to
Omaha 650.2 miles.
Railroad Commissioner Clarke says
the mileage for the, . complaints was
taken from the road's tariff sheets and
that if any- error exists, it must have
been in them
Expenditures of McBrien.
The expenditures of State. Superin
tendent McBrien have begun to at
tract attention. The last legislature
appropriated $15,000 for the support
of junior normal schools, eight in
number. Last year there were five,
and vouchers amounting to $10.0G1.2l
have been filed on the appropriation
of $15,000 for the support of junior
normal schools and less than $5,000
will be available for next year. Other
outstanding claims may yet be filed
with the secretary of state which may
reduce that amount Next year it may
be necessary to cut down the number
of instructors and the length of the
term. The last legislature appropriat
ed all it was asked to give for junior
normals, but Mr. McBrien says it was
a small appropriation.
The legislature last winter, appro
priated $13,000 for the expenses of
the office of state superintendent and
up to this time $6,900.46 of that
amount has been expended. The state
superintendent had v $10,000 two years
ago for office expenses. Mr. McBrien
explains that the greatest expense is.
the cost of the examination commit
tee, a committee to issue certificates
to teachers, and that this will be less
in the future. He says there will be
ne deficiency in either his office er
Itcnsos or it? junior normal fund.
Judgment Against Railroad.
For the third time the supreme court
has handed down an opinion in the
case of John F. Parkins against the
Missouri Pacific Railway company and
has again affirmed, a judgment for
$7.4f,S.)9 obtained by the plaintiff in
the district court of Sarpy county.
This action was based upon a con
tract entered into in 1S92 under the
terms of which Parkins was to furnish
to the deefndant 50.000 cubic yards
of gravel for ballast purposes, the
same to be loaded on the cars at
Springfield and approved by the de
The court holds that a new trial
will not be granted upon the ground
of newly discovered 'evidence where
such evidence is merely cumulative
and would not in all probability affect
the result if a new trial were granted.
It is alo held that the defendant is
fot entitled to a new trial upon the
ground of surprise, as the testimony
complained of as surprising could have
been brought out by cross-examination
at any of the previous trials.
Report on the Weather.
October, according to the record "cf
the United States department of agri
culture, kept in Lincoln for twenty
four years, has a mean temperature
of 55 degrees. The warmest month
was in 1883 .with an average of 63 -Je-
I grees. the coldest that of 1885 with an
average of 46. The highest tempera
ture was 92 degrees on the 12th, 1899,
the lowest was 5 degrees on the 29th,
1895. October is the average date
of the first killing frost and the
earliest date September 12, 1902. The
average precipitation for October is
H 09 inch js. The greatest monthly pre
cipitation was C.G3 inches in 1883 and
the least .01 inches in 1893. On the
17th, 1S98, 4.7 inches of snow fell.
Big Railroad Business.
Reports of the Burlington, the North
western and the t'nion Pacific rail
roads for the month of July, which
have been received by the state rail
way commission, indicate an immense
business in both freight and passenger
departments. The state business in
freight forwarded amount to more
than half of the interstate business,
while it is less than cue-third of the
interstate business in the amount of
freight received "du: nig the month.
Nebraska Educators in Demand.
Slate Superintendent McBrien has
received word that Principal Crabtree
of the Pjeru State normal has received
an offer from a Wisconsin normal
school of $3,000 a year. He receives
$2,500 at present Dr. W. A. Clark,
formerly principal of the Peru nor
mal and now of the Kearney normal,
has received an offer to take thejeha'r
of pedagogy at Kirksville. Mo., at a
salary of $2,000, which is much more
than he is now receiving. The recip
ients of these offers, have not an
nounced x their decision.
South Omaha Must Pay.
In the case of John W. Burke against
the City of South Omaha, the supreme
ccutt filed an opinion holding that a
city is responsible for acts of neglect
upon the part of employes engaged in
repairing streets. Burke was employed'
in this work in South Omaha and
through the negligence of a foreman
he was thrown by a vicious team into
a deep pit, sustaining permanent in
juries.. He sued and was given a judg
ment for damages in the sum of
$2,387.56. .The' city appealed on the
ground.. ..that it was not responsible:
EASILY MIXED RECIPE FOR
NEYS AND BLADDER.
Tells Readers Haw to Prepare This
Heme-Mads Mister to Curs the
. Kidneys and Bladder and.
Gat from any prescription pharma
- cist the following: x , "
Fluid Extract Dandelion, oae-haT
ounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce;'
Compound Syrup Sarssparilla, three
Shake well in a bottle and take a
teaspoonful dose after, each" meal and
at bedtime. ' " ? u "-
The above he considered by an emi
nent authority who writes in a New
York daily paper, -as the finest- pre
scription ever written to relieve Back-'
ache, Kidney Trouble, Weak. Bladder
and all forms of Urinary difficulties.
This mixture acts promptly on the
eliminative tissues1 of the Kidneys, en
abling them to filter and strain the
uric acid and other waste matter, from
tne Diooa wnicn causes -Rheumatism.
Some persons who suffer with the
afflictions may not feel inclined to
place much confidence in this simple
mixture, yet those who have tried it
say' the results are simply surprising,
the relief being effected without the
slightest Injury to the stomach or oth
Mix some-and give, it a trial. It
certainly comes highly 'recommended.
It is the prescription of an eminent
authority, whose entire reputation. It
is said, was established by. it.
A Ventilation Test.
It is .very 'hard to make an Impres
sion on those people who defend their
possessions .on all occasions. A lady
was explaining to a visitor the many
advantages of concrete hollow-block
construction, of which the walls- of
her new home were built
"The air spaces .in the walls afford
insulation against heat in summer and
cold in winter," she explained. Be
sides, such walls afford ventilation
and insure a more heatthfal hoaae."
The visitor reflected a moment, and
"Our frame house must be quite, as
well built Every slant we lock the
cat in the cellar, aad have to let her
out of the attic la .the morniBg."
Mary's Important Testimony.
Justice Brewer, of the United States
supreme court Is said to be the author
of this story: A witness testified in
a certain case that a person named
Mary was present when a particular
conversation took place and the, ques
tion was asked: "What did Mary
say?" This was objected to and after
some discussion the judge ruled out
the question. Ans exception to this
decision was immediately taken and
on appeal the higher court reversed
the verdict and ordered a new trial
on the ground that the question
should have been answered.
At the second trial the same inquiry
was propounded and -elicited the infor
mation that "Mary said nothing."
Photography has caught the fast
est express train in motion fey means
of the cinematograph, and ft also
shows the growth of a flower. A hud
which bursts Into bloom in, say, 1$
days, is exposed to a camera every
15 minutes during the 16 days, and
when the pictures developed from the
films are assembled in order in the
moving picture machine, the observer
may see, to his delight all In a min
ute or two. the gradual breaking of
the bud thev blossoms open,' close -by
night and reopen in the morning, the
leaves grow under the eye, the sta
mens peep from cover, and, finally,
the full-blown flower.
-. Known by His Friends.
A forlorn looking man was brought
before a magistrate for drunkenness
and disorderly conduct When asked
what he had to say for himself, he
gazed pensively at the judge, smooth
ed down a remnant of gray hair, .and
"Tour honor, -Man's Inhumanity "to
man. makes countless thousands
mount. I'm not as debased as Swift
as profligate as Byron, as dissipated,
as Poe, or as debauched as"
"That will do," thundered the mag
istrate. "Thirty days! Aad. officer,
take a list of those names and run 'em
in. They're as bad a lot as he is."
Beecher Scared Paint.
Justin McCarthy tells a story of the
late Henry Ward Beecher. Mr
Beecher entered Plymouth church one
Sunday and found several letters
awaiting him. He opened one and
found It contained the single word
;Fool." Quietly and with becoming
seriousness he announced to the con
gregation the fact in these words: "I
have known many an instance of a
man writing a letter and forgetting to
sign his name, but this is the only
instance I -have ever known of a man
signing his name and forgetting to
write the letter."
Curious Results'When Coffee Drinking
It is almost as hard for an old coffee
toper to quit the use of coffee as it is
for a whisky or tobacco fiend to break
off, except that the coffee user can
quit coffee and 'take up Postum with
out any feeling of a loss of the morn
ing beverage, for when Postum is well
boiled and" served with cream, it is
really better in point of flavor than
most of the coffee served nowadays,
and to the taste of the connoisseur it
is like' the flavor of fine, mild Java.
A great transformation takes place
In the body within ten days or two
weeks after coffee is left off. aad
Postum used, for the reason that the
poison to the nerves caffeine has
been, discontinued, aad ia its place is
taken a liquid food ,that,coatalas the.
most powerful elements of nourish-
It is easy to 'make this test and
prove, these statements by changing
from coffee to Postum. Read "The
Road to Wenvffie," ia pkga.' ThefeV
How a Veteran W
tatfanaf a Limb.
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Bl-fTnBoremus, veteran, of
Roosevelt avenue, Indianapolis, ImL,
says: -"I had been
showiar symptoms of
"teredeotof the army. .
Tbat in.saii my" life I
-never suffered as in
187. Headaches; diz-
ness, first, and v then
dropsy. I was weak
and helpless, having
run down from 180 to 125 pounds. I
was-having terrible painjn the kid
neys,v and Jhe secretions passed almost
involuntarily. My left leg'swelled un
til it was" 34 laches around, and the
doctor .tapped it" night Jnd morning
until I.er7nldf,no longer sjand it. and
then e advised amputation. I re
fused, and. began usingijDoan's Kidney
Pills. The swelling. snhsldwL gradu
ally, the urine becamenatural, and all
my pains aad aches disappeared. I
have been well now for nine years
since-using Dean's Kidney Pills."
For sale by ail dealers. 50 cents a
box. Foster-MiJbum: Co., Buffalo, N.T.
A MACKEREL SCHOONER.
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Dally Rentins In the Life of the Giou
The routine life on a mackerel
schooner is not strenuous. The crew
consists of 14 men, a skipper aad
cook. Two men constitute a watch,
one aloft as a lookout the other at
the wheel, so tbat each man has two
hours on duty, and then 12 hours off,
before his turn comes around again.
During this period he may be ..called
on to shorten sail, wash the deck or
to perform other work. Half of the
crew have 'their bunks forward with
the cook, who is king of the forecas
tle, and the rest sleep aft with the
captain. We were assigned to a
double bunk aft, where we were not
troubled with galley smells, but had
to be on our good behavior. All the
rolics and revels were forward. The
crew ate In two shifts, the older men
with the skipper. Travel Magazine.
SLEEP BROKEN BY ITCHING.
Eczema Covered Whole Body for a
Year No Relief Until Cuticura
Remedies Prove a Success.
Tor a year I have had what they
call eczema. I bad an itching all oer
my body, and when I would retire for
the night It would keep me awake half
the night, and the more I would scratch,
the more it would itch. I tried all
kinds of remedies, but could get no re
lief. "I used one cake of Cuticura Soap,
one box of Cuticura, and two vials .of;
Cuticura Resolvent Pills, which cost
me a dollar and twenty-five cents in
all", and am very glad I tried them, for
I was completely cured. Walter W.
Paglusch, 207 N. Robey St, Chicago,
111., Oct 8 and 16, 1906."
Marrying for Love.
Happy marriages are surely possible
even in these unpoetlc, hard-hearted
times. They are. if the people will
only follow the instinct of their bettes
natures and marry for love the rever
ent impasskmate love of the man for
the maiden, the pure, unsophisticated
affection of the maiden for the man
instead of bartering happiness for
rank or money. Thorne.
With a smooth Iron and Defiance
Starch, you can launder your shirt
waist 'just as well at home as the
steam laundry, can; it will have the
proper stiffness' and finish, there will'
be less wear and tear of the goods,
and it will be a positive pleasure to
use a Starch tbat does not stick to the
Catch of Japanese Fishermen.
Consul G. H. Scidmore, of NegasakL
reports the estimated value of the
catch of the Japanese deep-sea fish
ermen In 190$ as $557,085. They also
captured fish to the value or $140,415
along the Korean coasts, including;
whales, worth $C8.0M.
impaetant to Mothata
caveraDy every battle of CASTORTA,
a taf e al rare reswdy f or lBfaatt sad caOdna,
tee tbat it
la Vm For Over SO Years.
Ska Kiad Yoa Hara Ahrara BoaghL.
Insight Not Appreciated.
It's so strange that a man never ap
preciates the wonderful insight of, a
woman's mind when she refuses to
believe that the street cars were
Ladies Can Wear Shoes
One size nialler aflcr using AHenV Foot
Ease. A certain cure for fcwollen.sweatinar,
'hot. aching feet. At all DrugRit. 2. Ac
cept no j-ulMitnte. Trial p-kage FREF
Address A. S. Olnwted. Le Roy. X. Y.
- Even when a man pays cash for aa
electric battery he wants it charged.
. . .Guns, .Traps, Decoys, Etc. .'
'Lowest prices. Write for freecataloeXo.1
X. W. Hide & Fur Co.. Minneapolis, Mian.
1 It isa't a difficult task for a hoop
snake to make both ends meet
Lewi' Single Binder cigar richest, most
ratifying smoke on the market. Your
dealer- or Lewis' factory, Peoria, 111.
Big words seldom
go with good I
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Cerynodere VaederWH. Had Not Far.
AAM&&1UJa.2-'ViM -V.. fc
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. The coming of age of Miss Gladys
Vaaderhilt and the payment to her of
some' twelve millions of dollars inher
itance has broatat oat a new crop of
anecdotes about the Vanderbflt for-
tune. One of v the latest illustrates
tiM democratic-spirit-of thejphi com
Sitting oa the porch of a fash
ionable hotel at a fashionable resort
oa os occasion, it.v is related, .the
commodore saw a ' lady" a'proaching
with whom, he was acquainted. His
wife and daughter, who recognized
her, could scarcely contain their an
ger when he arose and politely a
dressed her". '
"Don't you know," said' the daugh
ter after she had gone, "that hor
rid woman used to sell poultry to
"Yes." responded the old -millionaire,
"and I remember when your
mother sold root beer and I. peddled
oysters ia New Jersey."
Billions in New Securities.
Close to a billion dollars of new i,
bonds and shares were issued In Wall
street from January to last July. The J
railroads, which have been the great- j
est borrowers. Issued the great bulk
or tnese securities, in using its lines
from Jersey City to Long Island the
Pennsylvania company has been
spending $100,000,000. Boston Globe.
Honest labor, on any matter, de
serving of toil, is certain to produce
good fruit Carlyle. ,
The grestest menace to woman's
permanent happiness in life is the
suffering that comes from some de
rangement of the feminine organs.
Many thousands of women have
realized this toolste to save their
health, barely in time to save their
To be a successful wife, to retain
the love, and admiration of her bus
band, should be a woman's constant
If a woman finds that her ener
giesare flagging, that she getseasily
tired, dark shadows, appear under
her eyes, she has backache, head
ache, bearing-down sensations, ner
vousness, irregularities or the
"blues." she should start at once to
build up her system by a tonic with
specific powers, such as
Lydia E. Pinkham's
the irreat woman's remedv for woman's ills, made only of roots and herbs.
It cures Female Complaints, such
Back. Fallimr and Displacements.
Organic Diseases, and is invaluable in the Change of Life. It dissolves
and Expels Tumors at .an early stage. Subdues Faintness. Nervous
Prostration. Exhaustion, and strengthens and tones the Stomach. Cures
Headache, General Debility, Indigestion, and invigorates the whole
female sysem. It is an excellent remedy for derangements of the
Kidneys in either sex.
W. L. DOUGLAS
S&OO & S&BO SHOES tS&.
SHOES FOR EVERY MEMBER OF 4
THE FAMILY. AT ALL PRICES.
R&ward (SSST aTt?tSwtmmmS
THE SEASOX W. L. Donslas shoes are worn
la all walks of life than any other make, ia beeaore of ther
excellent style, easy-atting-,' and superior wearing qualities.
The selection of the leathers and other materials for each part
of the shoe, and every detail of the making is looked after ly
the most eompleteorganization of unerintendenti.iorcmcu:il
killed shoemakers, who receive the highest waces paid in the
Bhoe indntry, aud wlioe workmanship cannot be excelled.
4 If I could take yoa into my lnrse factories at Brockton.Mass.,
suid how yoa how carefully W. L. Douglas shoes are nmde, you
'would then understand why they hold their shape, lit better,
waar.JoRgBX.aiid am t greater TJliiatfcan any other make. -
2AUTION! The genuine have W. I. Douglas name and price atanaped.ou bottom'
Saastltate. Ask vour denier for W. L. Iloucras sboes If he cannot sunitlv tc
direct to factory. Shooa sent erery where by
LOADED BLACK POWDER
The important points
in a loaded "shell are
reliability, uniformity of
loading, evenness of pat.
tern,hard shooting qual-.
ities and strength to
withstand reloading. All
. these virtues are found
in Winchester "New.
Rival" loaded black
powder shells. Ask for, t
them the next time.
TH EY H ELP MAKE
1 W. N. IL, OMAHA, NO. 41, 1907.
"For one year," writes Ruby Farley, of Middietown, Calif., "I was troubled with
suppression. 1 tried other medicines and doctors, but nothing helped me. At last I
took Cardui, and now I am well and strong." For the various ills of woman's life,
no medicine will be found to excel
Wine of Cardui
It operates upon the womanly functions, regulating their action and coiidiuon, heals
and builds up the womanly organs. It is a woman's medicine. Try It Sold ev-
w.jttth., in fyj. wiucwuii
UUITL1 HO al IFflVD'
WMdlMaD-BJa9-In lalVM SEbB. T?ggSrJi'J!M ? gy as acat a
'-i. as-ata .v r)Fr
Positively cured by
these Little Fills.
Tkejr also tvlteTe Dis
tress Iron Pypepwia. I
digest Ion mad Too Hearty
Katiar. A perfect reav
eSjr for Dizziness, Nau
, Drowsiness, Baa
Tate in the Mouth. Coat
ed Taague. Paia la' the
Side, TORPID UVUL
They regelate the Bowel. Purely -Vegetable.
, cuiii bmi cjfeil JrtC Jlill MlffC
wBMJ. TILL, atuiu. PC. oawu. rpfbC.
Genuine Must Bear
as Dratreine Sensations, Weak
Inflammation, and Ulceration, and all
mail. Catalog free. WJDoacbu. Brecfctoa,
at Ilbral Hosneata-adl
Raw Btoricte Haw Oaeaed for SettleMesl
Some of tlie choicest.
lands jn. tbejErjiiastoirt4
int belts of Sasi"p:he- t
wan and Alberta iae
recently been opened
for settlement under
the Revised Homestead
Regulations of Canada.
Thousands of iionie
steads of i6oacres each
are now available. The new reculations make it
possible for entry to be made b proxy, the oppor
tunity tbat manr in the United States hnr been
waiting for. Any member of s family may make
entry for any other incmher.of (tie family, who may
be entitled to make entry 'for h'mclf orberselt.
Entry may nour be inj!e befcrc the Agent or Snb
Aeent of the District by rrqxy. (on certain condi
tions) bv thefather. mother, son. daushter. brother
or sibter of intending homestejder.
"Any en nombrtrtl (action of Pomininn
Lamb In Manitoba tr tbe Xortli-West lroiiire. j
exceptltiiti anil S. not reerirel. mar tie Imme- i
teadeil br acr pereon the Mite 1 ead or family.
or male ore. I.t.tr. uf aire, to the eitm t of one- ;
qturter section, o? 10 arre. more or !.'' j
Thefesirt eacli case will be :iao Clinrch-. j
schools ml marketHcotivemem. Healthy climate.
splendid crops and good iaus. Gram sronrics and '
cattle raiinff principal industries'.
For further particulars as to rte. routes, best
time to go and where to locate, apply to
W.V.IEHrlETT. . '
HI Hew Ttrfe life laHJiag, Otaaaa. Remratka,
I tc 5t ant-
and Ivlil mall
yon a l!!arr
Jars with fall dlrertioDS to make sixty aVeent bottle?.'
rata Paint ti ns" Instantly -reim.Tra Headache.
Tnotaaeaa.;re-traIcla.inoBe saioufo: reols faaterthai
lee; boms wilt not Winter. A aswontnl takaa fr
fiaws a day kills Irurpia. HoW s yesrn by agent.
St. WSUWinVWtkMI Bsltaas. a-VarU
wm In. n n i -
$30 AN HOUR
MERRY GO ROUNDS
We also Btaanfactore Kastlc Ihiszlea. Strikers, etc.
UatStters. Dcpt.at. BuKtuVtHkVHASUA.lLY.
tun uiicuuuii lur uc niue uie
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THIS WELL-TRIED. OLD-Ta
REMEDY FILLS THE HLL
26c AIL.QKUGG1S7S. . 60.
' QniTJia Directory
This sale lasts but a short thue eary.
Write for one today.
A Tegular $23 Oermoor Patent Elastic
Fek Mattress, weighing SO Unw "
French Art twal tkkftg. shipped say
where hi the state of MaWasks, WgWt
prepaid for $1& Yoa asve $ by
ORCHARD A WILHCLBI
SOLS STATE ACSXTS
ukW By Meat KWrt ran
T.ufcuni In the
Fkisltieas for irflMta-
ate. Work. fur Board,
Information fn. ns3VnaraSt..OB4iu.KBa.
The Correct Fall Styles
and tawiwa. at
Braidtis Ntw Sttrt
BIGGEST STORE WEST OF CHICAGO
When in Omaha
8KB US ABOUT
OMAHA REAL ESTATE , .
Yea eaa aei iareat your saeaey la aay thfajr may
safer aad get m Mg rate of interest, f i f
Write us lie w nuca yea can larest.
I7M rarnass Street. Osaaha. Nebraska.
Ship to ALEX 6. BUCHANAN & SON
Live Stock Commission. 154-ISS Ezchance Wrlg,
So. Omaha, Neb. 32 Years ta S
Ea TsJIaa PnMa
Tfce t. S. aMeaaJd KJ. a Far Ce.
i Omaha, Nebraska
Highest prices. Mo connniaston or di a j agf .
Fell inioimation,tags and prices fonnsfced
on application. A trial shipment wfll con
vince you that k pays to atrip to as.
TMK MIM!ISL rtMUM BWBaiBJ I BS9 B
B years In Omaha. Sab.. Koost 4. Buahmaa Btork. X. K.
concrsHhaadUoealsaaia. McoSaat teeth. BUS; M
croirn. M.M: brktm teeth. Mia: Amahjam MIUsa.str.:
inu IUKS. BrtBc this adYcrtlatawnt with yon.
ll UlDnv t. rn wis oooaa STRKST
tit nfiiiBi i ia vwi
TOYS Ml MUMY IMtS
Call or Write For Descriptive Lists
We are ia the
market the year
'round for naat-
ber one ereasa.
Oor Drier isalwavs riant and teats correct. Fur fall
uiormaiiiin ante. U.1AUA JtsO tituslsuss
.' - ..' C a s .. .-. II M A .K
fOMfANy, lac Oaambs, KiebnMba.
STEAM AND HOT WATER
CRANE COMPANY, OMAHA
tm.. IMibi. Naa. VLbuX. eunlnaed
iwuii-BcciniHUhiii.niM. i.?im; appliances.
II h rruce Uea Istt? Keasoaabla prices.
A. Fertr, Jmk Dtaltr
LASQKST WEST OF CHICAGO
For'"IVihdaf sera iron 'aad oat asetaL
Write for price. 812 Douglas Street, Omaha,
con be installed
SMkS Kuan sal asaanor
Carpehterwork aj iurnkr
ond lasts farevcr
To eonrlnes any
woansn that Pax.
Xom AaUsrptf c via
enprore n.r nrnlth
sua do ail we efcia
send her absohxtclr. free a Iarg trial
bos of ttaxtiae .wita book ot aSBtrce
tions and genuJno testhaocizls. Scad
your name ana address on a postal card.
yuur tuice sou aouress on a pu
"wmd. ancaas nsssi eatarrli, aelrie
eatanb and iaaasnaaUon caused byfeaJ.
aoc iTbtcreLsra tiiroal and
amA,BydlreetlocallKataMt Us ear
athre power otct these troubles Is asrtra
rdlaary and giyes faunediato relicL
Taouscnds of women are aatag and ree
BUBcndiog ft erenr dsT. as cents at
i. " J"nM"'mai irx
OH, MY BACK
IT IS WONDERFUL HOW OMCKLY THB
PAIN AND STVFNESS CO VHKNYOUUSS
ST JACOBS OIL
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