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FIXES RIGHTS OF PASSENGERS
Inprem Court Hindi Down Important
- Opinion in a Damage Case.
HOT FIGHT ON SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT
Jtate Elaeer Dohaoa Curt to Weal,
era) Part ef the State to In
estlarat the Complalata
(Prom a Btaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Mar 10. (Speclal.)-In the
damage caaa of the aatata of Charles Rat
tler against the Rock Island Railroad Com
pny, la which th district court of Cass
county far a Judgment tn favor of ths
estate, the supremo court haa defined the
legal status of a paasenger under various
conditions. It Is held that a passenger on
ft railroad train does not loss his chanc
ier as such or leaving his car at a regu
lar station, from motives either of buel
gets or curtosttjr, although he has not ret
arrived at the terminus of his Journey.
Where, however, the train In which the
passenger Is being transported Is run upon
a switch to allow the passage of another
train, or Is stopped at a place other than
that used by the carrier for receiving and
discharging passengers, and the atoppags
la not for the purpose of allowing passen
gers to board the train or alight there
from, one who leaves the train must
usuallr assume all the ordinary risks In
cident to his action.
A train running between Denver and
Chicago was pulled onto a sidetrack at an
Intermediate station In Cass county to al
low the passage of another train. Mr. Bat
tler, who was a through passenger, left the
car In which he bad been riding, crossed
the main track of the road and went to a
pump for a drink of water. He filled his
cup from the pump, but before drinking
heard the whistle of the Incoming train
and started on a rapid run to re-enter the
ear. When the passenger reached the
track the approaching train was about fifty
feet distant from him and running at a
high rate of speed. The passenger at
tempted to pass In front of the train, but
was struck by the engine and killed. The
court holds that under theae circumstances
he waa not "a passsnger being transported
over the road" and that the railroad com
pany la not liable for damages on account
of his death, because of his own negligence.
The court declares that where a passen
ger leaves his car of his own volition for
some purpose of his own not Incident to
the Journey be la pursuing and at a place
not designed for the discharge of passen
gers, he cannot claim the protection of the
la, although the carrier may, under some
exceptional olrcumstances, still owe him
the duty Imposed on It by the common law.
Opts Fight on Gordo.
' The question of whether or not Superin
tendent Charles H. Oordon of the Lincoln
public sobools la to be re-elected Is Just
now agitating the minds of school directors
and patrons. - Mr. Oordon haa finished his
third term and on next Monday evening
the Board of Education will decide whether
or not he Is to be retained for another year.
Soon after Mr. Oordon assumed control
of the city schools strong opposition to
. his administration developed and this feel
ing has grown steadily until now he Is
the target of an open, organised fire. The
charge against him are numerous. He Is
alleged te have shown favoritism to cer
tain teachers, to have removed others
without cause or Justification and filled
. -their places with teachers ' employed
through a favored Chicago agency. It Is
" asserted further that he has shown par
tiality to one publishing house In the pur
' chase of books and that he has, while neg
'leotlng his duties as superintendent, de
voted much ef his time to conducting a
'class In pedagogy at the university
Several members of the Board of Educa
tion openly avow that they will vote against
him tor re-election. Among them are Rev.
L. P. Luddsn and H. M. Bushnell. Two or
three members are known to be la his favor
and the others are non-committal, so there
, Is no way of determining which side has
a majority. There are nine members of
the board and Mr. Oordon, to be re-elected,
must muster the votes of five of them.
Mr. Oordon's friends assert that the
charge made against the superintendent
ar unreasonable and without good founda
tion. They say in the matter of hiring and
relieving teachers he ha been actuated
only by the teacher qualification and
' that he ha never shown partiality tn favor
' of any member of the teaching force.
Irrigator Ar Ceaaalalala;.
State Engineer Dobson left tonight to In
vestigate some complaints recently made
by Irrigator along streams In western Ne
braska. He aay the aupply of water Is
somewhat below normal, but he does not
anticipate any Immediate trouble.
"The complaint com from prior appro
prlator. who say that persons above
stream are taking more than their share
of the water," sajd Mr. Dobson. "For In
stance, here I on case In Custer county,
where a prior appropriator happen to be
located far down on the stream. Above
him ar appropriator having subsequent
claims. Theae men ar taking out water
for Irrigation and naturally the supply Is
greatly diminished at the point of ths prior
appropriator, who really Is entitled to the
(first right to the wster. The trouble Is
not serious, however, and probably can be
straightened out without much difficulty." ,
"Is ths supply In the Platte up to normal
for this season?"
"It Is a little below the suddIt for this
I time last year, but there Isn't enough dlt- !
ference to warrant Its consideration. What .
JDloodv j40l 4 tsTOw
Everything goes wrong. The digestion is
bad. The head aches. The brain is dull. The
nerves weaken. And the shin is nearly ruined.
Your doctor Knows what medicines will
cure these troubles: the medicines that arein
Ayers Sarsaparilla. Consult him freely.
" Five years ago I had bunches com oat oa my bead and had a breaking
out oa my body. I tried ditferent remedies w'lhoal relief. I the tried
Avar's Sarsaparilla. Before I bad lake half a bottle the bancbe and the
rash wer gone, and I fcK like a new man. M. A. Wui, Beatk Greek, Fa.
is worrying us Is the fsct that snows wer
light in the mountains during the winter.
The wster of the Plstte river comes from
the mountains and when the anows up there
are light the supply of wster Is corre
spondingly light. I hsve no definite Infor
mation regsrdlng the conditions la the
mountains, but expect to gel some light
from a government report soon to be pub
lished." Balooa Keeper Liable.
The supreme court baa again held that a
saloonkeeper Is liable to the full extent
for loss or damage resulting from his sale
of Intoxicating liquors. The decision Is
In the case of Oarey against Kelly, ap
pealed from bodge county. In the trial
court a Judgment was given against Oarey
for 400 and this Judgment la affirmed by
the higher tribunal. In giving the decision
the supreme court passe upon several Im
portant legal questions, as follows:
"Instruction thst plaintiffs tn action
gainst liquor sellers are entitled to com
pensation for loea of support caused by the
husbsnd and father' Intoxication from all
who sold or gave him the liquor causing
such Intoxication, held not to assume Im
properly and continuity of such Intoxica
tion. "Instruction that 'support' In the statute
as to Intoxicating liquors does not mean the
bare necessities of life, but such means as
would enable plaintiffs to live in a'style and
condition and with a degree of comfort
suitable and becoming their station In
life,' held proper.
"Inetructlon that the furnisher of any
part of liquor causing the loss of support
Is liable to the full extent of the loss, sus
tained." In the case of Moore against the state,
appealed from Custer county, the supreme
court passes as follows upon question
involving or arising from the sale of liquor
on general election days: "To Justify a
conviction under Section 14, Chapter 60,
compiled statutea of 1901, it must appear
that the defendant, either by himself or
his employe, sold or gave away Intoxicating
liquor on the day of a general or special
election, or on the first day of the week,
commonly called Sunday. Such a aale by a
servant without the express or Implied
authority of his master Is not a sale by
the master within the meaning of said
section. Whether Instructions by a master
to hi servant not to sell or give away
Intoxicating drink on Sunday, or on an
election day, were colorable only, or were
given tn good faith in the expectation of
that they would be obeyed and with the
Intention that they should operate as a
limitation upon the servant's authority. Is
a question for the Jury."
The supreme court ha held In the case
of Van Auken against Mlzner. appealed
from Saline county, that the statute of
limitations does not begin to run against
an action to cancel a deed, constituting a
cloud on the title of real estate, but not
delivered, which la taken from his posses
sion and filed for record, without his knowl
edge or consent by the grantee named
therein, and 1 not notice to such owner
that such grantees assert som right or
title under the deed.
Rest ob Eqaallaatlea.
Th State Board of Equalization today
enjoyed a respite from Its labors, an ad
journment having bee taken from last
night to Monday morning. It Is likely
that the task of fixing the valuation of all
railroad and telegraph property will not
oe completed until the latter part of next
week. Th board ha held two sessions
dally since Monday, but has accomplished
little. The valuation of some of. the
minor road haa been fixed, but the figure
win oe wKhbeid until the task I en
Al Beard, alia Arthur Inman. the man
arrested In Kanaa City yesterday on com
plaint from St. Paul, Minn., charging him
with the murder of Pollcemai Meyer In
me latter city, I well known In Lincoln
having been under arrest here on several
occasion. By the local authorities he I
regarded a a particularly dangerous char
acter. Rewards aggregating 11,500 were
onerea lor hi apprehension. He waa re
leased from the Nebraska penitentiary la
Social Ercati at Harvard.
HARVARD, Neb., May 10. (Special.)
inursaay evening the young men of this
city gave an entertainment and banquet at
Diosea opera House, at which 150 were In
attendance. Friday afternoon Mrs. Kate
m. uamour entertained a party of women
in honor of her friend, Mis Mary Hurd
of Kalamazoo. Mich., who Is via ltlna tiara
while enrout to her new home In Los
Friday evening Dr. J. R. Sample and
mother gave a reception to hla hrntfc.r
Clarence L. Sample, who comes to Harvard
to practice dentistry.
Yona; Prlsoaer Acts Q
HASTINGS. Neb., May 10. (Special Tele
gramsLawrence Spohn, who was ar
rested yesterday, had two warrants sworn
out against him today. Roy Van Fleet and
Eugene Scherick each filed a complaint,
charging him with robbery. Young Spohn
has been acting as If he were demented
and haa told the officer that he frequently
has spells when he doe thing of which
h has no remembrance of having done,
He will have hla hearing before County
Judge Dungan Monday morning.
Mayor of Itaatoa. Iajared.
STANTON. Neb.. May. 10. (Special.)
A telegram received here yeaterday even
ing atated that Dr. E. C. TJnderburg, mayor
of Stanton, had met with an accident at
Pierre, 8. D., one of his legs being broken
and sustaining other Injuries. Mr. Under
bura left for Pierre on the evening train.
Dr. Underburg ha recently purchased land
near Pierre and Is arranging to engsge In
th stock business there.
J. & ate co.
Fashionable White Goods for Waists and Dresses.
White! White! White! s e constant and unending demandmadc at our counters, This store has firs1
stores combined. Our
you would willingly pay
32-in. White Basket Weave Cheviots for suits and waists, at 15c, 18c, 25c yd.
Fancy Marseilles and IMque, light and medium weight, for suits, etc., 23c, 30c yd.
Black on White Imported Oxford Cheviots, double fold and all neat designs, 35c yd.
Mercerized Etamine, sheer and lustrous, will not muss, 40c yard.
Mercerized Sea-Moss Madras, all in handsome designs with momie grounds, 45c yd.
Vhite for Graduating" DreSSeS n our west snow window we have on display a representative
line of fine, sheer and fluffy fabrics, but this display is just an in
dex to our store, inside are to be found mountains of snowy white at money-saving prices. We heartily invite comparison.
32-in. Sheer French Mull a-La-Suisse, at 25c, 30c, 35c, 40c and 45c yard.
32-in. Brittania Mull, soft finish and as lustrous as silk, 45c and 55c yard.
32-in. Persian Lawn, at 25c, 30c, 35c, 40c, 45c, 50c, 00c and 75c yard.
48-in. French Lawn, very sheer and washable, 30c, 35c and 40c yard.
48-in. French Opera Batiste, at 40c, 45c, 50c, 55c, COc and 70c yard.
Colored Wash Goods
Everything that is up-to-date, stylish and desirable is found on our coun
ters. Never in any case do we sacrifice quality in order to make prices sound
cheap. If you want the best' at lowest prices we have them.
36-in. Shirting and Shirt Waist Percale, also new styles in Ginghams
Queen and llolly Batiste, very desirable patterns for garments of every
kind 15c yard.
Sheer Scotch Dimity, in all the new and most stylish designs and colorings,
Mercerized Madras and Anderson's Scotch Madras for shirt' waists, 25c yd.
Embroidered Swiss Plumets and Embroidered Tissues, sheer and fluffy,
25c yard. '
All our 35c, 45c and 50c Shirt Waist Linens, in one lot, 30c yard.
45-in. Embroidered Tissue, in rich and beatuiful designs, 50c yard.
32-in. Silk Batiste1, with pearl white stripe, also 46-in., plain, all linen col
ors, 60c yard. . ,
2 yds. wide, all linen, unbleached, regular 75c grades 58c yard.
2 yds. wide, all linen, bleached, Irish make, regular $1 grade 75c yard.
2 yds. wide, extra fine quality, regular 135 grade f 1.00 yard.
Pattern Table Cloths, in 2x2, 2x2 and 2x3-yard lengths, at' f 2.35, $3.00
and $3.50 each. Dinner Napkins, to match, $3.50 dozen.
Another 5 cases of Russia Crash to be placed on sale at 5c yard.
Made of swell material; tb workman
ship and fit equal to any waist specially
tailored to order at double our prices
which rant from $1.00 t $4.60.
Shirt Waist Suits
Just received a large assortment, In
plain colors and whits; handsomely
trimmed. In lace and embroidery inser
tions. Price 15.00 to $7.80 (or entire
Infant's and Children's Fine
French Lawn Caps
Neatly trimmed, In lace and embroidery;
also hemstitched and hand tucked at 600,
75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 aad $1.75 each.
KELLEY, STIGER & CO., CORNER FARNAJM AND FIFTEENTH STS.
THOMPSON STARTS A PAPER
Not Satisfied with the Course Fanned by
"Hote Now Printed in Lincoln.
STOCK COMPANY FORMING TO BACK IT
Clrealar Indicates that Care la te Be
Exercised la the ieleetlea ef
Stockholders of th
LINCOLN, Msy 10. (Special.) The long
discussed project for another Lincoln
newspaper not controlled by the Btate
Journal and ocmmltted to a more lib
eral policy than that paper, promise te
materialise shortly through the effort of
D. E. Thompson and his political asso
ciates. The plsn has been unfolded to
day in the following letter given out for
publication by Mr. Thompson:
LINCOLN. May 10. To th People cf
Nebraska: From the general comment
tnrougnout the state, and particularly In
Lincoln, It would seem there is need of a
strong and aggressive evening newspaper
that In politics would advocate republican
doctrines and principles and the constant
enon or wnicn would be to help In the
upbuilding and betterment of Nebraska,
particularly its capital city, Lincoln. So
much encouragement aiihtantiai ih
Is proffered to promote such an enter
prise that I have concluded to take th
Initiative In helping to organise a com
pany oi siocicnoiaera, whose purpose it
will be to publish such a DSDer In IJnr-nln
Aa soon as a suitable location ran he
securea, me necessary machinery bought
and Installed and the necessary operating
force Is selected, a stock company, as above
outlined, will publish an afternoon and
evening newspaper In Lincoln. The paper
will be provided with all Associated Press
privileges snd have such other telegraph
facilities for collecting news as have all
up-to-date newspapers In thl country.
The company will be nrmnlii with
capllsl of tho.000. divided Into 'aharoa f
SluO each, fully paid at the time of organisa
tion. iu rmni win oe reserved to reect
any subscription for shares of stock, also
to reduce the amount subscribed to one
share If so desired. No payment on stock
subscription will be required until at or
near th tl:ue operations are commenced
when a calr for the full amount subscribed
will be made. The stock should ho n.h.
scribed for under the belief that tnr a tlma
the property will not be dividend psylng.
I'ltlmately. however. I believe that undr
proper and economical management It will
be a desirable Investment.
The above proposition, as outlined, la ra.
spectfully submitted with an Invitation to
those who feel Interested n promoting
such an enterprise to subscribe Tor one or
more shares of stock. Yours truly.
U. IS. TUOMFoON.
It I understood that a request waa mad
t th Btat Journal peopl to bar tbls
letter published In their papers, th Even-
ing New and th Journal, coupled with aa
offer to pay tor It Insertion at regular
advartiaing rates, but only te meet re
DAILY BEE: SUNDAY,
styles are all the very
for inferior kinds I
Good fitting;, dainty, durable and tnax
' penW. Just a few Illustration of th
many bargain we are offering.
Fine Cambric Night Gowns
V yoke, trimmed with torchon lace Inser
tion, tucking and lace ruffles, only 85c
Fine Nainsook Night Gowns-
Round . neck, ahort sleeve, neck and
sleeves finished with embroidery bead'ng
and Val lace, only $1.00 each.
Fine Nainsook Night Gowns
Square neck, finished with embroidery in
sertion and edged with embroidery ruffle,
only $1.25 each.
fusel, all of which doubtless means that
th existing Lincoln paper will not take
kindly to the new Journalistic venture.
TWO SUICIDES AT CRETE
James Frollk Does Self-Destraetloa
with Revolver Satarday and Fred
Btrmsa Hssg Friday.
CRETE. Neb, May 10. (Special Tele
gram.) Two suicide In two days Is a
pad record for Oete. Yeterday Fred
Herman hung himself aad today James
Frollk shot himself. Frollk was dlscov
ered lying on the floor of his bedroom in
a oool of blood with a revolver by his
The deceased was a Bohemian of 35
year of age, engaged in the harness bust
ness. He ha born an excellent repute
tlon. He was told by his physician lately
tbat he had an Incurable case of heart
disease. This Is supposed to have caused
despondency, which resulted in his un
timely end. He was well off and financial
difficulties could not have prompted the
deed. Two brother and three sisters
Horses aad Carriage Stolen.
HA8TING3, Neb., May 10. (Special Tele
gram.) At an early hour tbls morning
thieve visited George Martl'a farm and
stole a fin team ot horses and a two
seated carriage. The horses belnnrari tn
John Wilklns, who waa staying at the
Marti Dome, and the carriage was ths
property ot Mr. Marti. A reward of 125
has been offered for the arrest of the
Fire Flabtera Kama Officers.
WEST POINT. Neb.. Mar 10. rRnerlil )
The following Bremen were elected to
office by the Are companies of ths city for
ths snaulng year: Chief, Leanard Mai
chow; aaslstant chief. Theodore Schwarts:
secretary. Dr. S. A. Sammons; treaaurer.
Ed Bauman. These appointments were rat
ified by the council In executive session.
Cassias; Reawbllcaas Meet la Jess.
WE8T POINT. Neb.. Msy 10. (Special.)
The republicans of Cuming county will
nold a convention In this city on June 4
to elect delegates to the state and congres
sional conventions. Ninety-four delegates
ar called for. A later convention will be
held to nominate a county attorney and
representative to the legislature.
Hastlaaa laatrarters Elected.
HASTINGS. Neb.. May 10. 8n.i.i
a meeting of th w school board this
week Jacob Bailey was elected president.
The followlnc named teachers arora t
for the ensuing year: High school: Miss
Klly, principal; Prof. Banghart and
NsUsss, ailsae Hull and Jaoobsoa. Gram-
MAY 11, 1002.
the reasons are obvious,
best procurable, and our
he best time to buy is now before assortments are broken, later you may
& Escurial Lace Galoons
Serpentine, wavy and detachable designs;
excellent values at 10c, 15c, 25c, 26o and
White Ecru and Cream English
and French Lace Galoons
Elegant serpentine and medallloa effect
at 8c, 10c, 12VsC, 15c, 20c, 25 o and 35o
Latest Novelties in Lace
Including the new Gibson veils at 60c,
75c, $1.00, $1.25 to $2.60 each.
Elegant New Swiss Embroideries
In complete matched sets, specially se
lected for graduation dresses AT VERT
5 ply hose any Tena-th
you want complete with
couplings, at, p-?r foot....
We have various grades ranging
price from So to 20c per foot.
BALL BEARING PENNSYLVANIA
and GREAT AMERICAN are the
easiest running, best constructed
Mowers on the market.
01 Of) toT our wtl
UaCiajM vlew Mown
V",w iow wheel
well known Falr-
ower. High and
price In proportion.
iiton .tars & Sons
mar school. Misses Mockrldgs, Meslon,
Dugan, Alford. Felhelsen, Nowlan, Carpen
ter, Wlneyard, Nye, Harnett, Taompaon,
Casto, Holmes, Schles. Jones, Mansfield,
McClelland. SUcbtsr, Clark, Power, Faxon,
Eckels, Park, Maaon, Bowles,' Blrdsall But
terfleld. Miss Burnham was elected teacher
of drawing and Mtaa Raven Instructor ot
Coras ( Teachers tor Gcstvs,
GENEVA. Neb.. May 10. (Special.) The
teachsrs elected for the Geneva schools for
th coming term ar: Superintendent. C.
W. Taylor; principal. Miss Nettle Henry;
Vlvlaa Strickland, Aasa Knox. Cora Owen.
we carry an assortment
prices, well, they are
Mercerized Damask Madras and Satin Striped Oxford Cheviots, 50c yard.
Embroidered Pique, with open work stripe, light weight and very, handsome
for waists 50c yard
Irish Lawn, in hand drawn effects, at 50c and 59c yard.
Tsattlee Wash Silks, 32-in. wide; also lace stripe embroidered Swiss, 75c yard.
Hungarian Madras, made from mercerized round thread yarns, $1.00 yard. .
48-in. Wash Chiffon, at 40c, 45c, 55c, 65c, 75c, 85c and 90c yard.
48-in. Paris Muslin, at 60c, 75c and $1.00 yard.
68-in. French Organdie, at 65c, 75c and 85c yard.
Dotted Swiss at 40c, 45c, 50c, 55c, 60c, 65c, 70c, 75c, 85c, up to $1.15 yard.
India Linons at 12Jc, 15c, 20c, 25c, 28c, 30c, 35c and 40c yard.
Laces, Belts, Fans
Handkerchiefs & Neckwear
New Dainty White Laces and Fine Swiss Embroideries In various widths
to match For Graduation and Confirmation Dresses.
Black Chantilly Lace Galoons In seperable, medallion, applique and
wave efTects only 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c, 40c and 50c a yard.
Nottingham Lace Galoons In white, ivory and Arabian shades, medallion,
seperable and wavy designs at 8c, 10c, 12Jc, 15c, 20c and 25c a yard.
Fine Embroidered Sheer Linen Handkerchiefs Narrow hemstitch and
scolloped borders, extra values at 15c and 25c each,
i New Wrhite Pique Crush Belts With new fob buckles, special 50c each.
Black Real Seal Belts Leather covered buckles and nicely finished, spe
cial 25c each. '
Black Peau de Sole Crush Belts New fob buckles, in gilt and gun metal
only $1.50 each.
Novelties in Neckwear
Latest ideas in ruffs, jabots, automobiles, stocks, ties, collars, etc., in end
less variety. ,
Fine Imported Gauze Fans Dainty hand painting, spangles and lace dec
orationsat 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 to $7.50 each.
With deep tucked hemstitched cambric
ruffle, with extra foot ruffle, only 90o each.
Fine Cambric Skirts
Deep lawn flounce, with hemstitched
tucking, point Pari lac Insertion and
ruffle, only $2.00 each.
Fine Cambric Skirts-
Deep tucked lawn flounces, with raffle of
new blind embroidery and extra foot
ruffle, only $2.65 each.
Fine Cambric Drawers
Deep ruffle, finished with embroidery in
serton, only 50c each.
Fine Cambric Drawers
Trimmed with deep flounce of open work,
embroidery, only 75c each.
White Enamel and
are th COLDEST CLEANEST
CLEVEREST. 0ft OC I th price of our awell
VU'aCu est high grade Badger
Refrigerator bard wood, full tine
Is the price of our WIs-
paclty 86 pounds,
packed with mln-
Emma Cumberland, Mary E. Burnett,
Bcrtba Tbompaon, Louis Donlstborp and
Will Address Haetlags Gredaatea.
HASTINGS, Neb., May 10. (Special.)-
Hon. W. E. Andrew, auditor of tb United
State treasury, ha accepted th Invita
tion to deliver the commencement addreaa
for th Hastings High school. Tb sier
clses will b held th last week la May.
Boy Weaaded hr Hevelver.
GENEVA. Nb., May 10. (Special ) Em
met Kelley, a 16-year-old boy, while
aaadllag a revolver accidentally shot sin
larger than all Omaha
much lower than what
Fine batiste,, durable and good fitting,
only 60c a pair.
Fine Batiste Straight Front Corset!
Latest Parisian design, perfect fitting and
adapted to a wide range of figures, light,
durable and cool, only $1.00 each.
Straight Front Biased
Fne batiste, the different sections are so
shaped as to bring out all ths lines and
curves, not otherwise obtainable, only $2
Fine Nainsook Drawers
Cluster tucked lawn flounce, with tucked
heading snd wide point Paris lace edge,
only 80c each. -
Gasolene end Wickless
These make have absolutely no
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V""' IW liable. We carry full line
with newest features.
9 (IS buy a 1902. Blue Flame
M'9ll Wickless Sterling Puri
tan Oil Stove. Surer than a lamp
and a cheap to operate.
elf below th knee. Dr. George Moze
probed for the bullet, but did not locats
It. Th wwiiud la a avftuui vu.
Moravee Awaits District Cosrl.
PIERCE, Neb., May 10. (Special.)
Frank Moravee, who is alleged to hav
possessed liquor for business purposes al
Foster, waa bound over to the district
court In the sum of $250.
Polk Coaaty Debt Decreased.
OSCEOLA, Neb., May .(Special.) Tb
depressed Indebtedness of the county of
Polk for th month of April, 1902. amount.!
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