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CONFERENCE OF .CHARITIES
Tario'u ttata Braicbn ef Work in Ersiisi
SUMMER SESSION OF NOPMAL SCHOOL
Aaaeeaeeaseate Mad far be Gather
! at Pera Case Aa-elast Hart
ley Boadaasea la Cea
rFroni a stall Correspondent.)
LINCOLN.. rb. , . ( Special.) A state
conference of charities and correction will
be held la Beatrice Inmortow and Friday,
Under tba auspices r.f .the Stata Board ot
Charltlea and Corrections, which la com
prised of Governor Ssvege, Superintendent
Fowler, Land ;Commlsloner Follmer and
John Davis, with A. W. Clark ot Omaha,
J. W. Seabrook of fjnlverslty Flace, Joseph
Huesing of Weil Point and Mra. E. C. John
It on of Lincoln a secretaries.
The opening .- session of the conference
will be held tomorrow afternoon In the
Methodist church, for which program has
been arranged aa follows:
Address of -welcome on-behalf of city..
tVords of welcome on behalf of the
Churches One of the pantors
Response... ....Rev. A. N. Clark
''Bofcntlflo Charities as Applied to
Bmaller Cltt and Towns'
Prof. C. E. Trevey, Lincoln
"Administration of County Charities"..
....Oeorgs A. Murphy. Beatrice
"Jails and Lock-ups"
Chief of Police Hoagland, Lincoln
Miscellaneous business and enrollment of
In the evening an address will ba de
livered by Chancellor E. Benjamin An
Friday morning a session will be held In
the Nebraska Institute for' Feeble Minded
Youth. Tba program will ba as follows:
Words of welcome
.'.Huperlntanrient Dr. A. Johnson
Address. "The Care of Feeble Minded"
lr. C. Q. Sprae-ue
Aadress.. superintendent John T. Mallaueu
Prof. Bolton, University of Nebraska
Address...., Dr. Powell, Olenwood
Lunch for deleaatea at the institute....
Public exercises by children of the Institu
The meeting will close In the evening
with an address by Superintendent Oreen
ef the Hospital for Insane in this city
and a general discussion on "Juvenile
Governor Savage Intended to speak
the opening session, but bustneea of a
pressing nature will require his presence
In the city tomorrow afternoon. It Is
1 U 1 w V ...... 1- - . 1 11 . , . A Ik.
ac. UVTVI, IUl UO Will bvsuu
meeting Friday morning.
asasner Session of Normal.
Announcements are being circulated for
the summer session of the Nebraska State
Normal "school, which will open in Peru
May IS acd close July 4. "During thla six
weeks' term credits may be made In the
prescribed work of the regular courses,
The term Is designed to meet the wants ot
three olasses of students those who have
never taught and who wish to spend a
short time In getting a mora thorough
knowledge of eome of the common branches
preparatory to examinations before county
superintendents, those who wish to take
CP secondary subjects In extension ot gen
eral scholarship and those experienced
teachers who wish to comblno a review of
the branches they are teaching with
critical study of' educational alms and
nethoda In a well-organised teachers' In
FREMONT REGRETS CHECKS
BtsiiiM Mra Cask Tata for Wall Prasad
SAYS HE'S A GOVERNMENT STEWARD
stltute. The plan com prises a summer
school aod professional Institute.
The class work la this six weeks' term
covers the ground of a half term's work
In the regular curriculum of the school.
Students enrolled in these Classes for the
entire six weeka will cooeeqaently receive
a half term's credit for work completed.
Arrangements are mad by which a stu
dent may ba given double time for study la
any subject, thus enabling him to acquire
full term's credit. All grades mada in I oalae Credit by Deaesltlaa; Draft la
the summer school are counted toward
graduation In the normal school. Presi
dent Clark says It la the aim at tba In
structors to adapt the character, of the
Instruction and the management ot the
classes to the wants and ability of the In
Beak, ssl Cheeks Oat aa Ae
aaat Befere Plepart af
Fare-cry e Rerel vee.
FREMONT, Neb.. Feb. 6. (Special.) A
Tuition la free In the aumm.r school and 1'n bJs " Morse, csshed
no Incidental fees are charged, except for ,,rrJ chck' "mon Tttvaenl business
materials used In lahorator work. Dr. Monday, to the regret of the business
Clark says the cost of living at Peru,
men. Monday morning ha deposited a drsft
where the school Is situated. Is as low as or ow V""' "
Is rnn.ut.ni -h ,nA h..i.t. and com- rrsmoot National bank, representing that
tnr he was the steward of a government geolog
a. i. ..... ... , w. - ,,, 4K leal surveying party which would make the
, .uu " i . . .l. TV.
for the term. I.""." J -Z.
arau wan lorwaraeu lor couvcuon. mi
next day he deposited a check for $23, pur-
The sunreme court finished the major nor- porting to he signed by F. J. Coates of
Hon of the business of this week's sitting Grand Island. This check, was forwarded
tonight, but an adjournment will not be I In the usual course of business and this
taken until tomorrow-evening. Hearing ot J afternoon the bank was informed that It
the case of the stste against the bondsmen was a forgery. Morse, paid several small
of former Treasurer Bartley was continued I bins around town wttn cnecKs on tba rre
until tomorrow morning, the assignment be- mont bank and Tuesday evening left town
Inc made tor Commissioners Oldham. Barnes He appeared about 5 years old. smooth
and Pound. Argument in this cass had been fsced, slightly pitted with smallpox. . He
assigned for this afternoon, but owing to waa educated ana or gooa appearance.
Ik. 1 k...Ue AAmln a haf Aa I ...
It b. rTta- u ENROUTE FOR MEXICO
until inmnrrnw. The state will be retire
a.,. j .h. .,im.nt hv Nnrrla Brown. Former Secretary , af Acrlcaltare
while the Interests cf the bondsmen will he I x leeks Relief from Bros.
protected by Oenersl Cowln, Frank T. Ban-1 ehlal Troables
som and Robert Ryan.
Real Estate Coaveatlea. NEBRASKA CITT. Neb.. Feb. S. (Bps
Labor Commissioner Watson has glvsn clal Telegram.) Ex-Secretary of Agrlcul
notice that persons having exhibits or ad- ture J. Sterling Morton left for Kansas
vertlslng matter for display at the conven- City todsy, where be will Join his son Paul
tlon of real estate dealers In Fremont Feb- In a trip to the City of Mexico. It the cll-
ruary 12 and 13 may direct them to J. F. mate there gives him relief from a bron-
Benson, secretary of the Fremont Commer- I cblal trouble Irom which be has been sur-
clal club. Mr. Benson will arrange the ex- Wring, be is likely to make a long stay
htblts and prepare tor the proper dtstrlbu- In the Mexican capital.
tlon of advertising matter which may be
consigned to his custody,
,., . . ... . I e-Ku. wen., reo. e. (special.) ine
I senior' theses will be given each Monday
Governor Savage this morning appointee: avenlng from March I to April 14.
Mrs. Nellie Richardson of this city an ad- The preliminary debates preparatory to
dltlonal delegate to tbe interstate irrlga- the contests with Missouri and Kansas will
tlon congress to be held In- Sterling, Colo., It held from February IS to IS.
February 26 and 27. The states to be rep- I prof. Duncanaon and Dr. Clark attended
fate Normal Notes.
Miles north of the town ha can reach four
teen families, Including oaa of the two now
reached. The thlrteea are making a strong
pull for change, but claim to have little
hope of getting wbat they want. -
Horse'e Kirk Fravea Fatal.
FREMONT. Neb Feb. S. (Special.)
Martha Furstensn. a 11-year-old daughter
of William Fustenau of Wsbster township,
died yesterday from the effects of an In
jury aha received about a year ago. She
waa kicked In the head by a horse and lost
tba sight of one eye. Other complications
set in and medical help proved of no avail.
She formerly attended school la this f ity.
Golaea Wt-aalaa- at Maarat.
COLUMBUS. Neb.. Feb. 5. (Special.)
Fifty Columbua people took part this after
noon and evening In the golden wedding
celebration of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hendry
at Monroe, a special train being provided
for their return at night. The town hall
was secured for the festivities,-in which
160 Invited guests participated.
Fasloa Papers Merged.
ST. PAUL. Neb.. Feb. 6. (Special.) The
Phonograph, for a number of years a fusion
psper of Howard county, sold out Monday to
C. B. Manuel of the Press, who unites the
two fusion papers Into one. The former
editor of the Phonograph Intends to engage
in real estate, loan and Insursnce business.
Drive lata Opealaa; la tea.
ST. PAUL, -Neb., Feb:-5. (Special.) Mr.
Bridge and Mr. Haggert from near St LI
bory on leaving town last night drovs Into
an opening on the Loup river from which
lea had been taken. - Both horses were
drowned, hut the men succeeded In cettlng
Baraam Estate Asjaia la Ceart. "
COLUMBUS, Neb., Feb. B. (Special.)
The heirs of Guy C. Barnnra are in court
again, Helen Barnbart, one of bis daughters,
having filed a partition suit asking" that her
interest in a large tract ot real estate be
determined and confirmed. . -
resented at the meeting are Nebrasks, Coio
rado and Wyoming,
the meeting ot the Acsdsmy ot Sciences re
cently held In Lincoln. ,
"Shakespeare In Ploture and Song"' was
Articles ot Incorporation of the Bank of ,ven by. M,B" E,1U n1 "Uted b' ,oc'
uiubii kicu ...
The next lecture in the annual course
will be on Saturday evening, February 8, by
Memphis, which has a capital stock ot
$5,000, were recorded In the secretary of
state's oftce todsy. The Incorporators are
1 n.a nr.iL...di imri I . , t.
W. E. Barkley. W. T. Auld. R. E. Moore, ipn,.
L. J. Dunn. Floyd Seybolt. C. W. Week- 4V,udJe Ke,y,r " m,h w" lB,tor
bach. J. H. Auld. W. C. Phillips and I. H. th Normal Tuesday and Wednesday. His
The Blue Springs' Farmers Elevator com
pany of Blue Springs has Incorporated an
chapel talk was enthusiastically received.
A six weeks' summer school will be held
at the Normal from May 21 to July 4. From
der the law. of the state with a c.plt liters received the Icdlcations are that ths
stock ot $10,000. The Incorporators are:
S. A. Smith. J. C. Miller, C. Dawson, O. 8.
Harris, J. D. 8chock, B. E. Chamberlain,
W. H. Beck and George F. Harpster.
laspeet Flsk Hatekevles.
Governor Savage and Chief Game War-
attendanee will be very large,
A cantata was given last Saturday even
ing In the chapel under the management cf
the musical department. Miss Clark, ths
director, spent much time in drilling the
varloua parts. .
Mr. Bailey of Omaha, state secretary of
An (Ideal -iyledicine
A New Discovery Which Cures All
Forms of Catarrh.
den Slmnklns went to South Bend today Young Men'a Christian association, ad
to Inspect the state fish hatcheries at that dressed the young men of the school and
place. At the governor's, office it was as- tow Saturday afternoon, and also con
sfrted that there was no particular signlfl- ducted union services In tba avenlng in the
cance attached to the chief executive's I chapel.
vlalt In South Bend. It bains: exntatned that
he merely Intended to look over the state's F " School
property at that place. I HUMBOLDT, Neb., Feb. 6. ( Special.)
' I Stata Superintendent Fowler came from
UNITE TO COMBAT LIQUOR Lincoln last week and In company; with
-., I County Superintendent Crocker made a trip
Freaebera of Hamboldt Orarealse (or 1 to Dawson to aid in a movement toward the
Sprlaar Campalgs Asalast I consolidation ot several school districts
....... , I near that place with the Dawson dlstrlot.
wr:cn recently sunerea tne loss ct us school
HUMBOLDT. Neb.. Feb. 5.-(Speclal.) fl.l(trict.; ther. but faw . th.
Tha local. ministers met yesterday at th c!tlMM of tB,t ttio believe it would be
Meu.oa.si parsonags ana peneciea ma or- bette t0 eoMOd,u th, dl,tr:cU and not
gantsation of a Ministerial union by the onIy ,av. Mpense. but improve the edica-
election of Rev. Curria ot the Presbyterian tona, tiatMKea. A few taxpayers oppose
church as president and Rev. Wilson of ths lh. dMj but u thougnt th,y fal, ,
Christian church as secretary.' The pur- ,ln, when the .dy.nUK9g of tnn ,Titem
poaea ot the union are' announced to be: n-d-r-tood. The Catholic element Is
To perfect plana for the union revival . ... i- Tjawann. and it l. tnd.,r.wt
service to be started In thla city sarly In th(lt Btonop Bonacum nM ordered the e
March; for the mutual benefit of the pastors ubI,,hmmt ot a parochial school at that
aod churches; for closer eo-operatlon and ,ht, ,a AoM lt le..n
nlon In the Master's work; tor united ef- th. ....ndanoa at the nnblle school, and
forts against Intemperance la the oom- ,f tn ,cht1D, of consolidation Is not suo
munlty. and for any othsr work. eM,fUi o-i- . .mall buiidina win r.
Tbls la understood to bo the first gun of l-u)rej
the spring campaign, which promises to be I
very bitterly contested. The llcene people I Wake Seearce Hew Telepfcoae Llae.
nava oaim in control or municipal ana.rsi WAHOO, Nab Fob. 8. (Special.) The
for the ;'mst year and the antt-ileense ale clty couocI1 iut evening granted fran
ment belisve they have a chance of winning ehlB- w. Hunt and M. M. wlt. ta
back the ground they lost last spring nd th, u wajr through tba streets, allays
are determined to do so If It Is possible. and publks -roundi of etty of w.hoo tor
The tablet la the Ideal form la which to
administer medicine, but until recently no
successful catarrh tablst had ever been
attempted. There Is now, howsvsr, an ex
cellent and palatable remedy for catarrh
tn tablet form, known as Stuart's Catarrh
Tablets and aold by druggists, composed ot
ths most recent discoveries in medicine
for cure of catarrh and results from thslr
use have been nlghly gratifying.
The old time treatment of catarrh was tn
ths form ot ' Inhalers, wsshss, douch
- sprays, ate. ' Later on internal remedies
were used with greater 'success, but being
la liquid or powder form were tnconvent
ant to use and like all medicines tn liquid
or powder form, loss their medicinal prop
erties when opened or exposed to the air,
' Stuart's Cwarrh Tablets contain highly
concentrated antiseptics. Red Gum, Blood
- Root, eto., wbtch kill the catarrh germs
la the blood and mucous msmbrane, and In
this reapect are strintly sclent lOo and mod
ern, because all authorities are now agreed
that catarrh is a constitutional blood dls-
, ease, and local applications can have only
a transitory effect.
The use of Inhalers, .douches and sprays
la a nuisance and Inconvenience and can Itn
Ba wise compare favorably with the same
'antiseptics given In tablet form Internally,
where they can reach the stomach and
blood and kill catarrh germs right whers
Ahey are produced.
prominent lawyer and public speaker
ot Pittsburg, says: "I; have been troubled
with catarrh of ths head and throat tor
twelve years. In this climate It seems im
possible to get rid of It. The continual
dropping of mucus from ths nose Into the
throat caused Irritation and hoareencaa.
Jerlously interfering with my public apeak
Aig. It took nu aa hour or more of cough
ong. gagging, expectorating aud sneesing
every morning before I could settls down
te work and thla condition gradually
brought on catarrh of stomach causing loss
of sppetlts. poor ' digestion end a foul
breath, which annoyed me exceedingly. My
physician advlced me to try Btuart's Ca
tarrh Tablets add I took them for two
month and was astonished to find how
autckly thsy cleared my head, throat and
stomach and I hars no hesitation la rec
ommendlng them. They are not only
pleasant to take, but they seem to get at
the very ot of the trouble, because stneo
using them I have had no trace of catarrh
Drug-flats sail Stuart's Catarrh Tablet
at (0 cents for full slaed package.
They can be carried in the pocket an
1 need aay t(me and as often as deaired. sines
j they coutia no oocatae. mercury or aay
other lajui rton drag.
SNOW , AND - COLDER TODAY
Aierthwest TVIa. ta , Spread Storm
Clouds Over Nebraska and
WASHINGTON, Feb. 5w Forecast:
For Nebraska Snow and colder Thurs
day; Friday, fair In north, snow In south
portion, colder In southeast portion; north
For Iowa Enow Thursday and probably
Friday; colder Friday; variable winds, be
For Kansas Snow Or rala Thursday,
with . rising temperature in east portion;
Friday, fair In north, snow' in south por
tion; colder; northeast winds.
For North Dakota and South Dakota-
Snow and colder Thursday; Friday, fair and
colder; northerly winds.
For Wyoming and Colorado 8now and
colder Thursday; Friday, fair In west, snow
In east portion; variable winds.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA, Feb. 8. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding day of the last three
1903. 1901. 1900. 1899.
Maximum tapiperature... 17 19 S8 It
Minimum temperature... S T 154
Mean temperature......... 10 IS 24 8
Precipitation ; 00 .00 .00 .09
fteenrd of temperature and oreclDltatlon
at Omaha tor this day and since March 1.
Normal temperature. :..., 34
Deficiency for the day 14
Total excess since March 1 S AS
Normal precipitation...'. 02 Inch
Deficiency for the day................ .02 Inch
Total rainfall since March 1..,. .24.86 Inchea
Deficiency since March 1. ......... S.14 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period 1901. ...... .09 Inch
Deficiency for cor, period,. 1900.v 4.89 Inches
Reports from Statloa at T p. m ..
i ir-1 no ni irrr rtmtii-rv r a r I telephone and telegraph lines; to regulate
nCHno ri-H I 1 1 luum I HOW the same, and for the erection of
J ad are Holleabeek ta Try Three Crlaal-
aal Bad Itvta Civil
ires, ate. The ordinance also provides
that ths new company shall be In opera'
tlon by August 1. 1902. Thla Indicates that
Wahoo and Saunders county will have an
Independent telephone Una la operation In
COLUMBUS. Neb.. Feb. 8. (Special.)- r muoT u" M
Judge Hollenbeck will open the February . m"um " M per monia
term of the district court next Monday. "r "" P-. i ir rmcoces.
Three criminal cases are to ba tried- Th "w Wpsbi expeota to build a line
that against Casper S. McPatry. charged lo sniano r-
FATAL EXPLOSION ON BOAT
0i Mas U Killad ait OtL.rt Irs Eadlj
PEOrLE JUMP INTO ftJYCft TO SAVE LIVES
Farreel from the Teasel, Which la la.
, weleped la flames Wltbla Few
Mlaatee After tbe SSz
tTTTSBURO. Feb. S. By ths explosion
of the boilers ot the towboat John W.
Ailes, owned by the Menongahela River
Consolidated Coal and Coke company, near
lock No. 2. at 1:30 o'clock this morning,
one man waa killed outright, four prob
ably fatally Injured and several are still
missing. - Six others ware rescued from
the Icy waters.
WILLIAM PERRT. deck hand, of Roscoa,
Pa., found pinioned under anchor, with
clothing a Are. . ,
Edward Mitchell, mate, badly burned and
Inhaled flames, Merrsntvllle, Pa.,1 will die.
I Maria Walker, negress. cook, of Pitts
burg, leg brpken and badly injured about
head and body. Rescued from the river.
James Williams, fore iy an, leg broken and
seriously hurt about head and body. -Booker
Hull, second engineer, Beverly,
W. Va. '
Joha Coffin, watchman, Frederlcfcston,
John W. Burke, pilot
Glyde Sills, chief engineer.
William Campbell, fireman.
Weaver Wolf, deck hand, Mlddleport, O,
No trace whatever of these men has been
found since the boat blew up, and lt is
thought they have been drowned.
Those rescued were Captain W. I. Shaw,
commander of the boat; John Rankin, deck
hand, Glassport, Pa.; David McBryde, deck
hand, Mlddleport, 0.; Reuben Watts, negro,
deck hand. Mlddleport, O.; Maria Walker
and James Williams.
Tba captain, with Chief Engineer Still,
Fireman Campbell and Cook Maria Walker,
had just gona off duty, and the new watch
was made up of Burke, Hull, Mitchell.
Williams, Perry and Wolf.
They had passsd ths Homestead steel
works and were nearlng the city, with
seven flats of coal, when one of tha boil
ers let go with a mighty roar and terrific
force. . The explosion communicated to
the others boilers and then all went Into
the river or Into the air.
The boat immediately took lire and
burned so rapidly that all who ware able
were lorced to take to the river. la a
few minutes the towboat Vuloan waa on
the scene - with a full crew cf men and
nearly all were rescued. The Injured were
brought to Pittsburg and seven of them
are now at Mercy hospital. Four of tbess
are reported to be in a dangnrous condt
tlon and may not recover. -The hospital
authorities, however, are unable to give
the names. m
The Alles wss completely destroyed. The
loss Is placed at $25,000. Tbe boat waa
considered one ot tbe best owned by the
coal combine and Its boilers had been In
spected but a few days ago. - No one has
been able to give an account ot the exlct
manner In which the accident occurred.
The aurvlvlng members , ot ths crew as
sert that they were not carrying a greater
pressure of steam than tha . government
DID NOT KNOW SHE
HAD KIDNEY TROUBLE
Thousands Have Kidtiey Trouble
aud'Never Suspect It.
Gertrude Warner Scott Cured by the Great Kidtiey
' . '
. , J: ,
, v Vinton. Iowa, July 18th, lMt.
DR. KILMER CO., Blughamton. N. T.
Gentlemen: In the summer of 1893. I wss taken violently" 111. My f rouble be
gan with pain la my stomach and back, so severe that lt seemed as If knives were
cutting me. I was treated by two of tha best physicians In the country, and con
sulted another. None of them suspected that the cause of my trouble was kidney
disease. They all told me that I had caacer ot tbe-stomach, and would die. ' I grew
so weak that I could, not walk any more than a Child a month old, and I only weighed
sixty pounds. One day my brother saw In a paper your advertisement of Swamp-Root,
the great kidney remedy. He bought me a bottle at our drug store and I took It. My
family could see a change In me, for the better, so they obtained more and t contin
ued the use of Swamp-Root regularly. ,1 was so weak and run down that tt took
considerable time to build me up again. I am now well, thanks to Swamp-Root, and
weigh 148 peunds, and am keeping house for my husband and brother, on a farm.
Swamp-Root cured me after the doctors had failed to do ma a particle ot good.
. CONDITION OF THE ' -WEATHER.
North Platte, part cloudy....
Cheyenne, part cloudy........
Salt Lake City, cloudy........
Rapid City, cloudy ,..
Wlllleton, part cloudy
Stt Louis, clear
St. Paul, clear
Kansas City, clear
: : ff
: p : 8 ;
: :5 :
14 18 ,.00
15 24 .00
86 40 .00
,3fi J .00
SSt 40 T
84 BH .00
I 81 10) T
8 8 .01
20 B .02
4 8 .00
8 8 .04
18 ZOl .13
8 12 T
SOI 82 .00
l l T
44 . 46 .00
T Indlcatea trace of precipitation.
H. Seever, a carpenter and builder of
Kenton. Tenn., when suffering Intensely
from an attack of bilious colic, sent to a
nearby drug store for something to relieve
him. The druggist sent-aim a nottie oi.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr
hoea Remedy, three doses of which effected
a permanent cure. This Is the only remedy
that cen be depenaea upon in tne most
severe cases of collo and cholera morbus.
Most druggists know this and recommend
It when such a medicine is called for. For
sale by all druggists.
ROB CONTRACTOR'S"" OFFICE
Foar Masked Mta Gas Watebsnaa
and Carry Off Hack
NEW YORK, Feb. 8. Early today four
masked men entered tha office ot George
Hill, a contractor ot Ellsabethport, N. J.,
who la conatructlng shops for ths Jersey
Central railroad, and after gagging a watch
man, carried off 11.500 ia money. The
watchman, in trying to free himself, was
struck over tha head with a piece of Iron
and badly hurt.
with fraudulent mlsrepresentstlon In se
curing possession of a horse; that against
Thomas Le filler, who was run down at
Paektaar Hoase Resamea Operatleaa.
NEBRASKA CITT. Neb., Feb. I. (Bps
Walla Walla. Wash., and brought back Telegram. )-he packing house will
here, on a charge of grand larceny, and
begin tomorrow to kill a limited number of
that against VUcent C. Connelly, charged ho d"' Thwta l th ttemPt
..h m.,. ..i n, inHr.. I operatloa alnce the strike was declared.
Chrlstensen with a rasor at Lindsay. Ma",er Burdlck announces that he has a
Sevea cases on tha civil docket have force of men to run the plant at
bea set for trial, tbe one ot greatest ia- P11 Information whether or
K.in. .h. i. whirl. Me. iui.a ttrm bave been made between ths
A. Hilllard ..ok. to recover damages from tr,k,r' "a ekln Pn h"
Joseph H. Frevert. tha Platte Center """
saloon keeper, who. she alleges, brought rtw Werk af gcbeele at aeperler.
destltutloa to , ner nome ny raraisning
liquor to her husband until ha became a
SUPERIOR. Neb., Feb. 6. (Special.) A
Joint meeting of patrons and teachers was
held here last evening. Superintendent
Fowler waa ths speaker of tha avenlng.
County Superintendent Bottenfleld, City Su-
Platte Coaaty Case Affalast Former I i"""""""" "" lu" eaiira corpe
oi leacners irom neiaoo were ia aitenaance.
AMENDED PETITION FILED
In connection with thla meeting the city
schools made aa exhibit of uncorrected dally
work ot tbe schools.
Wake Mortajaare Reeera.
t V.'AHOO. Neb.. Feb. 6. (Special.) These
farm mortgages were filed and released dur-
Ceaaty Treaaarer Beeenaes Mere
COLUMBUS. Neb.. Feb. 8. (Special.)
Aa amended petition has been filed In tha
ease of Platte county against tha bondsmen
ot tha former county treasurer, James W.
Lynch. Mr. Lynch aerved two terms and I Ing January: Farm mortgages Iliad. 45;
up to this time both sets ef bondsmen have I amount, $70.(65.55; farm mortgages releaaed,
beea defendants in ths suit, and practically 1 8; amount. 99.91.71. City mortgages
no progress has been made la area ap- filed. 18; amount, $5,284.10; city mortgages
proachlng ths trial cf tbe cass. which Is released, 14; amount. $5,965. Chattel soort-
very complicated. The amended petition gages filed, 100; amount. 82,685.62; chattel
leaves tbe first term of.offlrs and tha first mortgages released. 88; amount, $23,815.11.
act of bondsmen out ot the consideration.
naming only tha second set ot boadsmea - eree.
as defendants, and suing them for an al- I FREMONT, Neb.. Feb. 8. (Special. )
leged shortage of $1.C00. The case cannot I Jessie M. Dugger filed her pstltloa la tba
ba tried before the May term of court I district court yesterday for a divorce from
owing to the necessary allowance ot Uma I her husband. Albert. She alleges that he
for the defence to make Its answer, I baa beea extremely cruel, baring driven
(tee mit of the bouse, beat ber and eAlld
" her Inaultlng names. Shs also wants the
FREMONT. Neb.. Feb. 8. (Special.) At custody of their two children.
a meetlns of the School board last ala-ht
Dr. A. E. Wlnshlp of Boston was eeeured arai aeau ssaate,
to deliver tha anaual address at ths com- 1 FREMONT. Neb.. Feb. 8. (Special.
mencement exercises ot the High school. I Some people residing near the North Bend
Frederick Mathleeen waa elected truant offl-1 rural free delivery routea waat a change
cer and a committee was appointed to look I aiade. At present ths carrier rides two
up railroad taxes which the board thinks I sad a half miles reaching but two families.
belongs to tha district. I By going west Instead ef aaat whsa lg
MMS a SM
Tba agon you auffer after eating, tuat feeling of fullness, flatulence
(wind on the stomach) and Deleting Is caused by decay of undigested
food which forms a gas that distends the walls of the stomach and ex
erts a pressure against all the internal orpana. The eating of more
f ood forces out part of this gas and causes belching. - Just take a little
Kodol Dyspepsia Cube. It will relieve you at once. It oerer (ails
to permanently cure the worst cases of indigestion and dyspepsia.
"I suffered untold pains from indigestion which were always worse af
ter eating. Two bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia Cube made me a well man
and life now seems worth living. PeterSherman, No. Stratford, N.H."
It can't hc!p but do you good
Prepared by E. O. DeWlU A Co., Chicago. The tl. bottle contains SH times the ton, alaa.
The favorite household remedy foreouphs, colds, croup, bronchitis, grippe
Uuoat and lung troubles Is ONE MINUTE Coutjh Cure. t cures aulcklj
(Gertrude Warner Scott.)
Women suffer untold misery because the nature of their disease Is not correctly
understood; In many cases when doctoring, they are led to believe that womb trou
ble or female weakness of some sort is responsible for their Ills, when. In fact disor
dered kidneys are the chief cause of their distressing troubles.
Tha mild and extraordinary effect of the world-famoua kidney and bladder rem
edy, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, Is soon realised. It stands tha highest for its won
derful cures ot the most distressing cases. A trial will convince anyone and yoa
may have a sample bottle sent free, by mall. i
EDITORIAL NOTE It you have the slightest symptoms of kidney or bladder
trouble, or If there Is a trace ot It in yourfamtly history, send at once to Dr. Kilmer
as Co., Blnghamton. N. Y., who will gladly asnd you by mall. - Immediately, without
cost to you, a sample bottle of Swamp-Root, and a book telling' all about Swamp. Root
and containing many ot the thousands upon thousands of -testimonial letters ' re- "
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If you are already convinced that Swamp-Root la what .'you need, yoa - can pur
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Don't make any mistake, but remember tha name Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's
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A Vomai's Gratitude.
. ' 2316 R. Street. Rkhmoai Va Oct.
I led k my duty to inform yoa of tba food vine of Cardui has dona w and a still
doing BBs, I
scarcely War my
from day to day.
have beea a sufferer for tome time writh femais troubles aod it seemed at times I could
suf ferlna. At last I lost aecctitc and became so languid I could do nothing but by about
until finally my mother Induced ma to try your Tina oi Cardui, which I did with great success. I have
only takes two bottles but there at a decided chaos, la looks aad feelings.
Mrs. HORTENSS STUTZ.
Mr. Stub wrote this letter because hc felt It was her duty to write K. She wrote Lhi letter
became she wanted suffering; women to take
and find the same relief the found. The reputation of this pure Wine rest upon what 1009,000 cured
women UU Mn. Stutx tay of it 1,000.000 American women who know the dbtxcM, aony, terror
and an jubh, humiliation and despair that female trouble brine; to modest woman, we teO you
that this cum this misfortune may be banbhed forever by the um of Wine of Cardui. Wing of
Cardui wlO re julatc inefwtrual deran jements just as surety as the moon rccutatcs the tides. It Is a
simple, bitter, vejetable wine perfectly harmless under all circumstances, and used in connection with
Thediords Black.-Draught, to assimilate and digest Ms virtues, it will regulate the incrtstrual habit stop
the pains, restore the menses when suppressed, stop them when flooding, prevent miscarriage, male
the period of pregnancy pleasanter, confinement easier and recovery quick. Procure a bottle from
your druggist and take It In the privacy of your home. You cannot doubt this.
For advise eaa ltleretnta, address, riving syaoptoats, Tke Ladles' Advisory
Ptsartrasat,' Tae CoaUaaooga Madictae Ceatsaay, CaaUaaeuga, Xsaa. .
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