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STRQTHEIt & STOCKWELL, Pnbs.
COLUMBUS, - '. NEBRASKA.
NEWS BRIEFLY TOLD
INTELLIGENCE HERE GATHERED
COVERS WIDE AREA-
GREATER OR LESSER IMPORT
Includes What is Gcing On zt Wash
ington and in Other Sections of
United Ftate.: Senator Elkins may
be able to appear in his seat in tho
coming session of congress, according
to a statement, regarding his condi
tion given cut at his Washington resi
dence. The Secretary of interior has ap
proved the decision ot the commis
sioner of the land office in appeal of
William Aug-Jin. dismissing his con
test against tin homestead entry of
Bessie P. Ktaudford Alliance, Xeb.,
Nebraska pen.-iens granted: Elon
G. Beers, $10; Willard N. Evans, $1.;
Frank W. Hammond. ?!2; Tobias
Hansen, $2; Noah J. Kinsley. $12;
Gelina I. Shcpard. $12; Benjamin P.
Watts, $!.-,; William Williams. ?20;
Lewis A. Williams. $1T.
Future "cut rates" in proprietary
medicines throughout the United
States are said to depend upon the
outcome of a suit to be argued imme
diately after Thanksgiving in the su
preme court of the I'nite.I States. Al
ton B. Parker, former candidate for
president, is to argue on behalf of
To permit, a thorough investigation,
the interstate commerce commission
announced it had suspended, until
April 10 next, the advance in rates on
live stock between the Missouri and
Mississippi rhers which were to have
been put into effect by the Chicago.
Bock Island & Pacific lailroad on De
Liberal policy in opening the public
oil lands in Caliorfnia and other states
will be recommended to congress by
Secretary of the Interior IJaUinger in
his annual rejtort. He declared that
be favored a general leasing system
for oil and gas-hearing land.;. "The
government," said the secretary,
"ought to support any movement
which would reduce the cost ot fuel
and for oil and gas-bearing lands
there should be such a system a will
promote legitimate development of
the industry, prevent monopoly and
conserve one of the great natural re
sources of the country." "
John R. Loc-khait. a former resi
dent of Storts City. Mo., was assassin
ated near dates, Mex.
Sccreiaiy Nagel. in an address at
Kansas City, spoke lor state and na
tional co-operation in trade.
Senators Cummins and La Pollette
are thought to loom up as possible
candidates for the presidency.
Champ Clark is regarded in the
lead in the race for the speakership
of the coming democratic house.
Tolstoi was buried undtr Poverty
Oak, in the iiot where in childhood
he buried a green rocking horse.
The Iowa anti-saloon league tiled .n
junction suits against eleven saljons
in Keokuk, alleging violating of the
The Farmers' Grain Dealers asso
ciation of Smith Dakota has filed a
formal complaint with the state rail
way commission in regard to grain
Governor Brown or Georgia an
nounces the appointment of former
Governor G. M. Terrell a United
States senator to succ ed the late
Senator A. S. Clay, deceased
The ledcral government resumed at
New York its action against the so
called "bathtub trust." previous hear
ings in which have been held in the
past two weeks in Pittsburg and Chi
cago. The returns of the recent election
in Pennsylvania show that John K.
Tcncr's plurality for governor was
33.4S4 over Wil'iam II. Berry, inde
pendent, and 2SC.21G over Webster
John Bauman. a. farmer, and little
daughter Kuth. aged G. were killed at
a crossing in Bricelyn. near Mason
City, la. A Northwestern train struck
the buggy in which they were riding.
Major General J. Franklin Bell, for
Iner chief of staff, left Washington
for his home in Kentucky from
whence, after a few days sojourn, he
will proceed to San Francisco, and on
December Fi sail for Manila. He will
assume command of the department
of the Philippines. relieing Major
General Duvall. who will retire by
reason of age next January.
The men who incited ant'-Amerlcan
riots at Leon. Nicaragua, have been
expelled from the country.
E. J. Byrnes, thirteen years old.
died at Milford. Mass.. of injuries re
ceived in a football scrimmage three
Several hundred women attended
the opening of tae women's national
missionary golden jubilee ct-iebration
"Mail your gifts ahead of the rush.
But don't open before Christmas." is
the slogan of the postoffice depart
ment in its campaign to minimize the
annual congestion of Christmas mail.
Five hundred Western Union mes
senger bos in New York struck.
They want higher wages.
Joel Francis Freeman, auoj seventy-four,
formerly secretary of the
Standard oil company, died at his
Lome in Orange, N. J.
The Arizona constitutional conven
tion adopted a provision prohibiting
the incarceration of juvenile offenders
with adults in jails and prisons.
Prof. W. T. St. Claire, one of the
best known educators of the middle
west and lormer principal of a high
'school in Louisville. Ky., committed
Lincoln, JCebr., Is a candidate for
the meeting of the next commercial
Ralph Johnstone was Instantly killed
when hi3 aeroplane went wrong at
Denver and plunged 500 feet to
Mayor Gaynor of New York has
made it plala that all gambling hous
es must go.
Miss Leneve. to marry whom Crip
pen killed his wife, has sailed from
London for America.
Demand for tariff revision will be
made to the coming session of con
gress by the knishts of labor.
President Taft got home from his
Panama trip in time to eat Thanks
giving turkey in the white house.
On thousand persons were drown
ed and four hundred barks were lost
during floods in the province of
Quangnarai, in Annam.
Hon. W. J. Bryan appeared at the
Trans-Mississippi Commercial Con
gress in San Antonio. Texas, and was
given enthusiastic greeting.
The whole of Manchuria is official
ly declared to be inflicted with the
bubonic plague and not with cholera
as was erroneously reported.
That the rex-olutionists in Mexico
are doomed to defeat is the opinion of
Henry Lane Wilson, the American
ambassador in the Mexican capital.
Governor-elect John A. Dix spent
$4,''72.'J0 in aid of his campaign, ac
cording to a statement of election ex
penses filed wiih the secretary of
Employes of the Brooklyn Rapid
Transit company were notified of a 5
per cent increase in wages to take ef
fect at once. About 12,.r,00 men are
A threatened split between the la
bor unions of the United States and
Canada was smoothed over in the
American Federation of Labor at St.
Louis by President Gompers.
Justice Lurton. of the United States
supreme court, notified ihe attorney
general of Iowa that he will not sus
pend the Iowa mulct law in Boone,
Carroll and Marshall counties.
John W. Knight, managing partner
of the defunct cotton firm or Knight.
Yancey & Co.. which recently failed
for about SO.OOQ.uflO. was arrested,
charged with fraudulent use of the
Oda Hubbell. a farmer near Bar
nard. Mo., and his wife and two chil
dren, were shot and- killed at their
home by an unknown person who set
fire to their house to conceal the
Following a mental collapse brought
on from overstudy. William Mitchell,
in years old. of South Dakota, a can
didate for entrance to the West Point
Mi'itary academy, died in a hospital
Senator T. P. Gore, of Oklahoma, in
an interview, said that at the coming
session of congress the deomerats
should revise the woolen schedule
and also tho tariffs on wood pulp,
and print paper.
As the result or a letter to the
Navy department, which is regarded
by officials as insubordinate H tone.
Major II. C. Davis who is in com
mand of the marine guard at Guam.
!.as been ordered home.
Unless unforeseen complications
arise, the indicted members of the co
called "beef trust" will be placed on
trial Dec. 20. Counsel for the govern
ment and for the packers in the Unit
ed States district court agreed upon
The opening gun In a fiht of retail
iiardware dealers of Pennsylvania and
neighboring states for the elimination
of jobbers and catalog houses was
fired in Pittsburg at a meeting of hard
ware merchants. TIip object is to
combat f and 10 cent stores and simi
The federal government's title to
the property in dispute in the case of
Oberlin M. Carter, former captain in
the United Slates army, the out
growth of the Savannah river and har
bor improvement frauds, was confirm
ed by the United States circuit court
of appeals in New York.
Isaac and Manning Phillips, mem
bers of the firm of I. & M. Phillips,
importers, at New York, were arrest
ed, charged with having defrauded
the government out of duty on woolen
wearing apparel imported from
France by meaus of false consular in
voices. United States Senator Ijfayette
Young, appointed by Governor Carroll
to serve until the coming general as
sembly, has formally announced that
he is a candidate before the legisla
ture to fill the unexpired term of the
late Senator Dolliver, which termin
ates Marh 4. 1913.
The funeral of Count Tolstoi
held at Tula. Russia.
Col. Waterson says that "Roosevelt
is the man on horseback."
Mayor Gaynor says gambling houses
cannot exist in New York.
Ambassador Wilson thinks the Mex
ican rising is doomed to failure.
Henry M. Hoyt. counsellor of the
department of state, is seriously III.
A monument to General James Ed
ward Ogelthorpe, founder of Colony
of Georgia, was unveiled at Savan
nah. Henry M. Hoyt, counsellor for the
department of state, died suddenly in
Mayor Gaynor of New York has
kept his promise and is shaking up
the police force.
The insurgent element of both par
ties will renew the fight for modifica
tion of the house rules.
A woman delegate to the American
federation of labor spoke in the in
terest of equal suffrage rights.
President Taffs visit to Panama
convinced him that everything in con
nection with the canal is going on
Juan Burcel. a Mexican, has just
died at San Diego at the age of 122
" Governor-elect Foss. of Massachu-"
r setts, asks Senator Lodge to with
draw from the senatorial contest.
Senator Carter, of Montana, defeat-e-d
in the late election, may be of
feicd a place on the supreme bench.
Col. Roosevelt has dropped politics
for the present and is talking about
his African hunt.
Governor-elect John A. Dix spent
34,372.32 in aid of his campaign, ac
cording to a statement of election ex-senses.
WOOD THINKS ARMY
WEAK SPOTS POINTED OUT
Urges Passage of Volunteer Army
Bill, the Present System Having
Washington. Major General Wood,
chief of staff, paints a rather gloomy
picture of the lack of preparedness
of the army in case of war, in his
annual report to the secretary of war,
made public Friday.
There were weak spots in many di
rections, he said, and most serious
was the shortage of field artillery
and ammunition, a fault which shouid
be immediately corrected. General
Wood declared there was a great lack
of reserve seacost ammunition and
that, at the present rate of appro
priation by congress, it would take
more than fifty years to obtain a rea
sonable supply of ammunition for the
coast defense and a still longer time
to otain the necessary artillery and
If the regular army and organized
militia at war strength were called
to arms today, said General Wood,
there would be a shortage of more
than 50 per cent in the field artillery
necessary to equip them. This force
would represent only a portion of the
force called to arms in case of war
with a first class power.
General Wood strongly urged the
passage by congress of the pending
bill for raising a volunteer army in
time of war. He said this would cost
nothing in time of peace and would
save the government millions of dol
lars in time of war.
The present law was so unsatisfac
tory and vague that the general staff
could not make preparations in ad
vance for its execution in event of
Other needs of the military service
were set out in the report, including
the addition of filO officers to replace
those detailed from line duties for
staff and militia work; the creation
of a reserve of not less than 300.000
men who have served in the army or
rnilitia; the concentration of the
army in largo posts; the re-establishment
of the canteen and the increase
of the signal corps and the acquisi
tion of aeroplanes.
FRANK B. HARRIMAN INDICTED.
Three Other Illinois Central Em
ployes Charged with Conspiracy.
Chicago. Frank B. Harriman. John
M. Taylor anil C. I Kv.ing. former of
ficers and employes of the Illinois
Central railroad, and Joseph K. Buek
er were indited by the Cook county
grand jury for conspiracy in connec
tion with frauds said to have been
practiced against the railroads. Two
counts in the blanket indictment also
charge operation of confidence game.
Each defendant's bond is fixed at
Cities Growing Rapidly.
Washington. With only Portland.
Ore.; Setttle and Spokane. Wash.. and
Duluth. .Minn., and Superior. Wis.,
missing, the cities of the United
States of 2.".00(i and over have an ag
gregate population of 27.S0y.S3r,. This
announcement is made in a recapitu
lation bulletin issued by the census
Federal Judge Taylor Dies.
Cleveland. O. Judge Robert W.
Taylor of the United States court died
early Friday. He was stricken with
paralysis at a church festival. He
was removed in a serious condition to
Earthquake Shock at Nome.
Nome, Alaska. A distinct earth
quake was felt here. The shock last
ed 30 seconds and caused many build
ings to tremble. No damage was
Bequest to University.
Burlington. VL The treasurer of
the University of Vermont received a
certified copy of the will of Lewis L.
Coburn a .lawyer who died reecntly
iu Chicago, showing a bequest of $23.
0CO to the university.
Brazil Grants Amnesty.
Rio Janiero. The chamber of dep
uties by a vote of 114 to 23. passed
a resolution granting amnesty to the
mutinous sailors on board the battle
ships Minns Geraes and Sao Paulo.
Lynchburg. Ya. Samuel T. With
ers, aged 55, second vice president
of the First National bank, commit
ted suicide in a hospital here by
shooting himself through the head.
Claims for Indians.
Washington. Contracts by Richard
C. Adams, an attorney, to collect
from the federal government $20,000.
000 for Indians of the five civilized
tribes, were explained by Adams to
the bouse special committee ai
pointed to inquire into contracts
with the Indians. Adams is a Dela
ware Indian, and most of his toi
tracts wore with that tribe. Y.'ere
Adams to collect all his claims, he
would be entitled to a contingent fee
ranging from 10 to 35 per cent. He
estimated that the average fee would
be 10 per cent.
Cannon Back to Washington.
Washington. Philosophic and
,-miling. Speaker Joseph (I. Cannon
returned to Washington Friday.
While mildly deploring the result of
the recent election, in which, he said,
"a majority has made a mistake in
giving our friends, the democrats,
rontrol of the Sixty-second congress."
he added: "With that responsibility
jt remains to be seen what they will
do. I shall be glad if they find them
relves able to redeem their promises
in the campaign, to reduce the cost
of living and increase price of labor."
DOES YOUR BACK ACHE7
Backache Is usually kldneyach.
There is only one way to remore the
pain, you must reach the cause the
kidneys. No better kidney remedy
exists than Doan's
Kidney Pills. They
permanently cure ail
Mrs. M. C. Morris,
546 Pacific Ave., Ala
meda, Cal., says:
"For twelve years I
suffered from kidney
trouble. My back
ached so intensely I
did not receive one good night's rest.
The kidney secretions were suppressed
and the bladder burned and pained.
Fifteen physicians treated me with
out benefit Then I began using
Doan's Kidney Pills and was relieved
from the first. Continued use cured
Remember the name Doan's.
For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a
box. Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y.
Irate Father Wretch! I saw you
stealing kisses from my daughter.
Young Man I admit it, but I am
quite willing to .give them back
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by (oral applications, as they cannot reach the dts
turd portion of the ear. Itcte a only one -ay to
cure d-atness. and that la by constitutes: rmcvllra.
Deafness Is caused l an Indued coaCltlot of ths
mucous llslac of the Eiat&ehun Tubs. When this
tube la laflimed you h.ve a rumbllac aound or :n
prrfect bfarl.it- and when It U eutlrc.y closed. Deaf
bcm la the result, and inl'sj tae In&acimatica can ta
taxes out and this tuba rrstnrcd to its nnroat condi
tion, heartoc will be rfenroyed forever: &lae casta
out ot ten are caused b- Caianh. which Is nottlag
but aa Inflamed roudltlon of the tauroti? surfaces.
We wia five One Hundred Dollars for any cim ot
Deat-es (caused by catarrh) that cannot oe cured
6r Halls CatarrU Cure. Send for clrni'ara. free,
F. J. CUE-'CEY A CO. TokCo. X
Sold br DroseSts. Tic
Take Hairs FaoUy I'Uls for conitlpattoa.
Note From Basswood Bugle.
Somebody took the rope off the bell
In the fire engine house to use for a
clothesline, and now. when there Is a
fire, the constable has to climb up
Into the tower and ring the bell with
a hammer. Somebody took the ham
mer the other day, and, when Hank
Purdy's corncrlb ketched fire, the con
stable had to hurry down to llilll
ker'a store for to borry a hammer.
Hllllker had lent his hammer to Dea
con Renfrew, who lives four miles out
in the country, and by the time the
constable bad got there and hunted
around in the barn for the hammer
and got back to the engine house, the
angry elements had done their worst
anu itanKs corncriD was a mass oi
smoldering ruins. Judge's Library.
The constant use of Cuticura Soap, I
assisted by Cuticura Ointment, for
toilet, bath and nursery purposes not
only preserves, purifies, and beautifies
the 6kin, scalp, hair and hands, and
prevents inflammation, irritation and
viubfiiug tu iu pores, ma common ,
1 1 .1.. 11. 1
cause 01 pimpics, DiacKneaus, reanes3
mA -.... ..VU II .1 .1 ,
.v "uuuB.,cu.u.'jr.iuuui) !
other unwholesome conditions of the '
complexion and skin All who delight !
in a clear skin, soft white hands, a ,
tJ, nTH PlndHVe'C SEy i
hair, will find Cuticura Soap most sue-
cessful in realizing every expectation.
Cuticura Soap and Ointment are ad
mirably adapted to preserve tho
health of the skin and scalp of In
fanta and children, and to prevent
minor blemishes or inherited skin hu-
mors becoming chronic, and may be j
used irom the hour of birth. Cuticura
I Remedies are sold throughout the civ
ilized world. Send to Potter Drug &
Chem. Corp., sole proprietors. Boston,
for their free Cuticura book, 32 pages
of invaluable advice on care and treat
ment of the skin, scalp and hair.
AS IT SEEMUO TO HIM.
Critic Thinks says he always does
his best writing on an empty stom
ach. Reader H'm! It reads more llks
aa empty head.
AN EFFECTIVE HOME MADE
KIDNEY AND BACKACHE CURE
Easily Prepared Medicine Which Is
Said to Regulate the Kidneys
and End Backache.
To make up enough of the "Dande
lion Mixture" which is claimed to be
a prompt cure for Backache and Kid
ney and Bladder trouble, get from any
good Prescription Pharmacist one-half
ounce fluid extract Dandelion; one
ounce Kargon Compound and three
ounces Compound Syrup of Sarsapa
rilla. Shake well in a bottle and take
In teaspoonful doses after each meal
and again at bedtime.
Those who have tried it say it acts
gently but thoroughly on tho Kidneys
and entire urinary system, relieving
the most severe Backache at once.
A well-known medical authority rec
ommends the prescription to be taken
the moment yon suspect any Kidney,
Bladder or Urinary disorder or feel a
constant dull Backache, or If the urine
Is thick, cloudy, offensive or full of
sediment, irregular of passage or at
tended by a scalding sensation; or for
too frequent urination daring the
This is a real harmless vegetable
mixture which could not cause injury
to anyone and the relief which Is said
to Immediately follow its use Is a rev
elation to men and women who suffer
from Backache, Kidney trouble or any
form of Urinary disorder.
This la surely worth trying, as it is
easily mixed at home or any druggist
will do it for yon, and doesn't cost
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Repairing Mechanics Arts Hall.
The workmen who have been em
ployed on Mechanics Arts hall, which
was partially destroyed by fire a lit
tle over a week ago, have torn down
the east por:ion of the rcof or the
building which was burned. They will
commence to rebuild this at once. A
slight change wlil be made In the
construction of the part, which will
be rebuilt so as to admit more light
Jinto the rooms on the fourth floor,
'which are to be occupied by the stu
dents in the applied mechanics de
partment. The work in this course is
mainly in mechanical drawing and
setter light will be thrown on tlw
desks of the undergraduates. The
rooms on the first three floors of tho
building have been repaired and all
classes which met in this fart of the
structure have been assembling reg
ularly, according to the original
schedule of classes.
Red Cress Christmas Seals.
Br. II. V. Orr. chairman of the
charity organization tuberculosis
branch, has received from the na
tional Bed Cross society r0.000 stamps
or "Red Cross Christmas seals."
These will be placed on sale at one
tent each. These are issued by the
national society and the receipts go
o help str. nip out the white plague.
The effort is to sell 1.000 000 of these.
Fifty per cent of the proceeds of the
local sales go to the local branch for
tho prevention ,oi' tuberculosis.
Posters Issued to advertise their sale
say: "They will not cirry any kind of
mail, but any kind of mail will carry
them." They are being used by many
for letter and package seals and are
especially in demand about Christmas
Money in Hogs.
The hog department of the Lincoln
asylum for the insane .continues to
grow and the officers of the asylum
have jutt completed a hog house at a
cost of about $900. It is of frame with
a cement floor. Iast year the depart
ment sold SS.flOO worth of hogs and
it is now preparing for a larger and
better heg farm. The money for the
hog barn was taken by seme hook or
crook from the maiuten.ir.ee fund of
State Treasurer's Ecnd.
State Treasurer-elect Walter A.
George o" Broken Bow has arrange
with th? Na'iwnal Fidility & Casualty
.rt.nv t vriln lits r.Hii'ilt hfind for
.l'"".- - -
. , ..,.,,.. .0no.000. The
T.n... !;.- rinm'Mir TVlll unflrftlTlfO nil
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bllt $!.j.'.n.'.0 or 51.-.O.U0O cf the bond,
h ;e ,s , the prem,UR1 of
$,000 for a riod of two vcars pro.
iCB:3Iati.re will make the
.m,. ,p,-;,i,;ion that has been
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,na,lp ,lunas roccnt war-
Political Headquarters Clossd.
With the close of the campaign
politicians and rcli'-'C-"-! managers
have simply dropped from tight.
Most of them are taking a ir.uch
ncodt'd rest. Both state and county
committee headquarters are vacant
and silmt. Republicans and demo
crats alike say they have won a sat
isfactory victory. So both sides are
As delegates to the laker-to-the-guif
deep waterways convention to be held
at St. liOiiis November 25-2. Gover
nor Shallonherger has appointed rome
of the most active and past masters
In the art of politics in Nebraska, al-
thouch here and there is a delegate j
who is merely a prominent business ,
man. The appointees are required to .
pay their own hotel bills and travel
ing expenses while honoring the state
of Nebraska as its representatives.
Railway Commissioner II. T. Clarke
has g- ne to Oklahoma to visit rela
tives. Commissioner II. J. Winnett
is m wasningion 10 auenu me na
tional asscciation of state railway
commissioners and will visit in Penn
sylvania. Commissioner V. J. Furse
has been at bs home at Al?:a and will
return in a diy or two.
Fend Commissioner Mains and Sac
Chemist Rcdfern will leave for New
Orleans November 2S. to attend the
rpvetinc of the Xation-'l Association of
State Food Commissioners. It is ex
pected that a hot fight will develop
over the question of uniform ne
weight laws in the various states am
over a more comprehensive federal
The teachers of the sf:te had the
opportunity of serlng State Superin
tendent Zishcp in his official capacity
for the last time, as he is to leave
after January 1 for Ames. la., where
he takes up his work as instructor in
the Ames agricultural college.
State Appeals Follmer Case.
The attorney general has appealed
to the supreme court frcm a judg-nent
for $1..V.04. obtained in the district
court of Lancaster county by Gcrge
D. Follmer, formerly slate land com
missioner. The judgment was given
to the former land commissioner far
legal services performed for K. J.
31urlin in connection with state lands
in Boyd county which the land com
missioner succeeded in keeping out of
the hands of squatters who claimel
title from the state.
Attorney General Arthur F. Mullen
and I. J Albert, for Governor Shallcn
berger and State Auditor Barton, and
others, have prepared briefs for the
foregoing as appellants in the Ne
braska guaranty deposit case, now
pending in the supreme court of the
United States. The circuit court of
the United States declared the Ne
braska bank guaranty law unconsti
tutional and the case has been ap
pealed. A temporary injunction to
prevent the enforcement of the law
was made pereptual and this judg
ment is appealed from.
ALL OVER NEBRASKA
Principal of Gates College.
Dawes County. Rev. G. W. Mitch
ell, pastor of the First Cngregatinal
church of Chadron, goes to Neligh,
Neb., to become principal of Gates
County Treasurer Dead.
Otoe County. Edward H. Hoeman,
county treasurer of Otoe county, died
at his home h; Nebraska City from a
cancer, which had been giving him
trouble for the last three years.
Republican Lcses on Recount.
Buffalo County. In a recount of tho
votes cast for supervisor from tho
third supervisoral district iri Buffalo
county. J. V. Higgins. democrat, and
present member of the county board
of supervisors, won over his republi
can opponent by one majority.
State Takes the Bonds.
Gage County. Arrangements
made at Lincoln between the
treasurer and the city of Beatrice
whereby the city disposes of the wat
er bonds in sufficient amount to pay
for the improvements of the new water-works
plant which will amount to
To Begin Jail Sentences.
Box Butte County. Will G. Corn
stock and Charles C. Jameson left
Alliance for Omaha to begin rcrving
their jail sentence in the case where
the government prosecuted them for
conspiracy. The United States su
preme court refused to take up and
review this case.
Proposed Rifle Range.
Cass County. Adjutant General
Hartigan and a number of members
of the National guard were in Platts
mouth viewing the site of the pro
posed riile range. Captain Martin
and T. II. Pollock spent a large part
of the day examining the site and
making sketches of the ground.
Prizes Cffered for Corn.
Jefferson County. Jefferson county
farmers are taking a great deal of in
terest in the prize offered ftr the ten
ears of corn raised and submitted to
the Jefferson county farmers' insti
tute. This offer is open to the farm
ers of Jefferson. Saline. Gage. Thayer
and Washington counties.
Eddyville Man Kills Himself.
Dawson County. J. C. Barnes of
Eddyville, 73 years old. was found
in his backyard by his wife with a
bullet hole in his head and a revolver
; hitched in his right hand. He was
dying when found by the wife and
had succumbed before assistance
rould be procured. He had been in ill
health for btmic time.
Franklin County. City Marshal
John Davidson of Franklin, is suffer
ing the effects of a broken jaw bone
and a badly lacerated face on ac
count of attempting to arrest a num
ber of town tnuuhs. who turned upon
him and beat iiirn up in the above
manner. Davidson is well advanced
in age. hem.; an old soldier, anu the
injuries may prove serious.
Get $4C0 Damages.
Otoe County. Jaires doff,
ploye of the Morton-Cregsoii
company, some months aso. while
working about the house, slipped on
the slick floor and fell wiih his head
under a descending elevator and was
seriously hurt, lie sued for $"..000
damages. The case was in trial for
three days in the district court and
the jury, after iiein out four hours,
brought in a verdict for him for $4 0.1.
Bin Fire Loss at Lcavitt.
Dodge County. Fire practically
wiped out the Standard Cattle com
pany a::d sugar factory buildings at
I..avitt, caufcing a loss of $75,000
Gsnk Rcbbcrs Make Getaway.
Hall County. Edward Peterson of
Cush'ng. owner of the team sto!-n by
parties who blew the bank in that vil- j
jage and escaped with it to Grand Is
land, armed n the latter place. The
recognition by the dog that followed
the team of his master was only part
of the identification, and Petci .on leit
for his homeward drive. A bloodhound
brought from Lincoln was put on the
trail, but no definite clue wa. ob
tained. Corn Contest in Dixcn County.
Dixon County. F. It. I'clant. a
Ponca business man. held a corn con
test, in which he offered prizes. Kach
farmer was to bring one ear of corn.
About 100 farmers entered the con
test, which was free to all. The
judges were H. O. Kahn. John Wilbcr
in'l Geor.ve Matttenri. snrccsful farm
r.i near Ponca. and thi- standard te3t
was applied. Thomas Cirry receiv-d
iir?t prize, hfs ear of corn ne asurieg
seven and one-half inches in circun
Terence and nine and one-half inche
.n length and weighed nineteen
Exploiting Nebraska's Cold Mine.
Fuvnrd County. J. S. Uilbnbeck.
Iving fifteen miles southeast of Fev.
ard. has become the- possessor of a
sold mine'. He has eighty acre., ol
and bttwci: Milford and Pleasant
Dale that milting experts claim bs.s
pay gold in it. Several years ago gold
nugcets were found on the IjiII nhei k
farm, an 1 much intere-st v.a manir 1-
in the development of the gold. The
experts at th" time were luI.o:is as
to the- paying qualities of the gold
and nothing was done at the time.
Good Roads Movement.
Jefferson County. The town of Oil
er gave a good roads banquet at
which "GO farmers sat down. DiHer
.vas one of tho first towns in X bras
ka to enter actively into the campaign
for bettor roads, and the progrc-s
they have made has been an inspira
tion to every man who travels over
that section of the country. Last
spring the citizens divided the terri
tory surrounding Diller into two sec
tions, the east and the west, and a
system of prizes were offered for the
best road work done in them.
Lydia E. Pinkham's
Chicago. m. "I was trouble wttfc
falling and inflammation, mud the 4
I. .:!1L.: '!..!.',' .:.'".. J.Atnrm mmlA T .l
St wall usies I
d aa peratlam,
stand toa strata!
ona, m I wrato to
Tan aaaaatlmai mmm
;cr zr nrr rrz
,3 uuuut 117 mvBits
and yon told mi
what to da. .After
ble CorapeuBd aa
to-day a well woman." Mrs. Whjuam
AnmtNs, 0S3 W. 2l3t St, Chicago, Hi.
Lydia E. Pinkhnm's Vegetable On
Eound, made from natlva reota aal
ert3, contains no narcotics or aana
ful drugs, and to-day holds the reeeri
tor tne iarce.se number or actual carat
of female diseases .f any similar ias&
cine in the country, and thousands at
voluntary testimonials are on flla Ik
the Pinkham. laboratory at Lnsv
Mass., from women who ha-re Ms
cured from almost erery fom C
female complaints, Inflammation, A.
Irregularities, poriodio pains, backadha
Indigestion and nervous prostratla
Every snch siuTerinpr woman owealtt
kerse;f to five Lydia E. Flnkhaafr
vegetable Compound a triaL
If 70a would like special sulrfa
about your case write a rwfTd
Hal letter to' Mrs. PiBkfcasa, U
Lynn, Mass. Her advice U fr
nd always juelpfuL
the Farmer's Son's
f Wor wait for Ilia ola fans t boom
jour :co-rmpc; HrgiBBOwco
prcpa; ior yonr rarare
prorpeniT ana inaepa-.lrn-.
A arrat oppor
tunity awAita joo la
Ma t! tota,8MaaUbstt
or Alberta, wbar yoa
ca n ncti r a TrMUona-
tt ad or boy ULB4M
not a 7ar from sow,
m Den iaa hiiiim Digo
er. Thenroflta avrnrad
from tho abnu'ittnt cropa of
Wheut, Osta and Barter,
as nrll R rattl ntslcrf. ar
rnnslDf a stra-If adTanca- ta
prion. (ioTrrEicrai ratorna show
that tti nnmbar of Mttlsra
In Weaturn tnnsum rroai
the U. M. wa 60 percent
lMrR.tr ta 191U tbaa the
.Manj farmer havre !!
for their land out of iae
ruct-etla or one en. p.
free Itunieateftila of ISO
sitm anil i-re-eniptlons) of
l;) iirrea at eS.uOanaor
lino t'lluiate, fjoud achoola.
excellent rnllnaj facilities,
Iiw freight rxtee; wood, wav
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and Ion w ttrs rate, apply to
Minx or lmmifrauon. .t
Can., or to Canadian Ciort.Aaa.
W. V. BcNJIETT
ttl lb Is lift SU. easa,Sas,8
Nearly Every One Gets It
The bowels show first sign
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working naturally without
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sick feeling. m
Tea cent bor. week's treatment.
All drne stores. Bigsett teller ta
Ihe world million 6ox:s month.
IcctoD.U.U. Uooksfrea. Hick,
'lJl Thtip3Mfs Eya Wafer
Marseilles Corn Shelters
are the beat fur yn to bur. fade to alt alaaa
AhSc your local Dealer or
I0HN DEERE PLOW CO., Omaha, Nek.
Oysters, Celery. Poultry.
SVID COLE COMPANY. Onaaa, Nea.
ar nail at cut prices. Band fcr fro eatalocva
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