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TflE OMJUIA DAILY HEE: T1IUKSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1002.
LINCOLN FOOTPADS ACTIVE
Jame Vanahai Eeatn and Bobbed Hear
Hit Own Home.
IDENTITY OF ONE SUSPECT ESTABLISHED
Deputy Food Commlaslaner Find
Larsre Prenaa;e af Vo4 Ir4
fli Are Adulterated Sue
From a Btaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Dec. 10. (Special.) Jami
Manahan, the democratic nominee for con
gress for tbla district tour years ago, wit
badly beaten and then robbed near bin
homo bv two unidentified men I ant night.
Mr. Manahan left bla home about 9 o'clock
to purchase some medicine for hla wife.
He had gone only a abort distance when
two men grabbed blm. One of them struck
him in the face with a revolver and after
severely beating him held hlra whlla the
other man robbed him. They secured a
gold watch and other articles of small
Allen Nellson was held up and robbed of
14 about the aame time. Mr. Nellson wh
walking along the street when two men
shored a revolver to his face and rifled his
pockets. He made no resistance.
Haa Been la for Train Robbing.
On of the three men under arrest here
on suspicion of having participated in the
robbery of the Burlington train near this
city October 11 Isst haa been identified
through his photogrsphby the authorities
of the Anamosa penitentiary In Iowa aa an
ex-convict who served a fifteen-year sen
tence In that Institution for trsln robbery.
The suspect gar his name to the Lincoln
police when arrested nearly ten days since
bs Jack Cramer. The Anamosa autborltlea
recognize him as James Conway, alias
"Shang," who was sent up for the hold-up
of a Northwestern passenger train near
Belle Plalne, la. His companions in that
Job wero James Martin, alias "Mysterious
Jim," and Jack McKlnney. Conway, who
now appears aa Jack Cramer, and Martin
were cent up for fifteen yeara and McKln
ney for ten years. At the end of the let
ter's term In 1900 be had been released but
a abort time before be was engaged In a
train robbery enterprise Id. western Iowa,
was riddled with buckshot in resisting ar
rest, had hla trial and waa taken to the
Fort Madlaon penitentiary on a stretcher,
where he la now doing time.
Conway, or Cramer, as he la now known
here, Is 39 years old and a native of New
York. He, stands over six feet high bare
footed, welgha 180 pounds, la bald from
forehead to the back of bla neck and the
muscles of his arms measure fourteen and
a halt Inches around when In repose. He
haa loat the sight of one eye, but the defect
is not noticeable. He haa a hang-dog look
and ta wont to talk with his teeth aet de
terminedly. The description given of Conway tallies
accurately with that of Cramer, the auapect,
but while It aeema to Indicate that he la a
train robber by profession It will, It It
should be proven that Conway and Cramer
against a f5,000 damage suit brought by
Chris Ernest of O'Neill, because Deputies
Carter and O'Brien had Ernest arrested
when Ernest was innocent of breaking the
game laws. The trouble happened last
July. Carter and O'Brien, at the request
of Game Warden Slmpklns, went to the
vicinity of O'Neill to locate Illegal game
shooters. The deputies located one man
and two women having all kinds of fun
shooting prairie chickens. The man was
quickly gathered Into the arms of the
law, hla gun and ammunition taken from
him and, followed by the faithful dog and
the weeping women, the offlcera headed
him for O'Neill, and on the way there Is
where the officers got the double cross.
They saw other shooters, and it waa Im
possible to hold the one they had and eatch
the others and It was Impossible to hear
the shooting and not do something, so they
went sfter the other men. First, how
ever, they took the name of the man they
had In custody and hla promise to be In
O'Neill the following morning for a hear
ing. He gave the name of Chris Ernest.
The next morning be failed to show up
and a deputy sheriff, armed with a war
rant, went after him. Ernest was arrested
and brought to town, but, the deputlea dis
covered that he waa not the man they
bad arrested. Consequently ha waa sent
home the following morning.
Last week Carter and O'Brien were noti
fied that they were the defendanta in the
$5,000 damage suit. The ease waa called
and dismissed against O'Brien and the
plaintiff took a thirty-day continuance in
regard to Carter. W. R. Patrick of South
Omaha ta looking after the deputlea and
haa also secured several convictlona In
Sarpy county against Illegal hunters. In
the meantime the man who impersonated
Erneat has not been locsted. His gun is
In the office of Mr. Slmpklns and attached
to it ta a card hearing the Inscription,
"Ten dollars reward for - the location of
the owner." "
Sew Cattle Company.
The Kinsman Cattle company haa filed ar
ticles of Ineorporstion with the secretary
of atate. The company has a capital of $60,
000, and expects to do a general trading
business, including the buying and selling
of real estate. It expects to continue aa a
corporation for the next twenty years and
have it a headquartera at Sargent, Neb. The
Incorporators are O. W. Blrrell, Andrew
Morford, Thomas Kinsman, Allen Jewell, E.
R. Brackln, William Clark, W. C. Jewell, S.
P. Holcomb, Robert Johnson, Oeorge E.
King, C. A. Hobart, D. S. OIUIs. F. T. Oillis,
B. B. Brackin, L. C. Jenkins and F. M. Cur
rle. All except the last named are residents
of Kinsman, O. Mr. Currle holds forth at
Mlasoarl After Nebraska Land.
Attorney General Prout la In Kansas City
representing the state In the caae of the
8t?f- of Missouri against the State of Ne
braska, to be tried before Commissioners
Altred Hazlett of Beatrlca and J. W. Halli
burton of Carthage, Mo., appointed by the
United States supreme court. The suit Is
over the jurisdiction of the Island precinct
In Nemaha county. At the time Nebraska
waa admitted to the union the main channel
of the Missouri river, which formed the east
boundary of the state, changsd and flowed
around what la known aa Island precinct.
relating to the registration of students an
the payment of fw.
I'pon nomination of Dean Ward, Mr
H. H. Waite was appointed as instructor
In bacteriology in the medical college for
the present year.
The chancellor presented an outline of
the matter for the regents' biennial re
port to the governor for the two years end
ing November 30, 1902. which with slight
amendment waa approved and ordered
printed. The report deals with the prog
ress .of the institution for the past two
years and Ita needs for the future and
In its financial aspects presents the esti
mates of the Income to the funds of the
university and the expenditures tor the
next two years. A special festure of this
report Is In its recommendation for the
appropriation by a bill separate from the
general appropriation bill of the Vnlted
States donations known as the Morrill fund
and the experiment atatlon fund, consisting
of moneys collected at the university, the
total aggregating $166,000. These cash funds
together with Income from the land grant
of 1862 deducted from the total amount
of the university appropriations leaves the
1-mill tax as the only money furnished di
rectly by the state for the support of the
university and which aggregates about hilf
of the total sum for the next two years.
lllTT ARF I.VrPP AQFi I 'mrroper conduct with Emma Conley. waa
till Li VI ILul l'.H IvLaoL J , railed In county court Tuesday. The tes-
i tlmony showed that Frederick la a mar-
Man Vnra limi TTa v TUn Tliia I
Fall Than Last.
SCHOOL FUND. APPORTIONMENT
State Superintendent Fowler Divides
I'ssili Among the Varloaa
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Dec. 10. (Special.) W. K.
Fowler has filed with State Auditor Weston
his report of the apportionment of school
moneys. The report this fall shows the
rate per scholar to be considerable lees
than in the May apportionment and the ap
portionment of tho last December. For
May the per capita waa $1.110245 and for
December of last year it was .842457. The
amounta of moneys, and from where de
rived, and the apportionment is as follows:
State tax $ 67,775.48
Interest on school and saline lands
Interest on school and saline lands
Interest on United States bonds.... 30.()0
Interest on county bonds 65.W.78
interest on school district bonds... Wvl.ll
Interest on state warrants 17.'J-&!
From fish and game licenses l,tfl6.U0
Embalmers' balance 1.33
CONDITION BETTER THAN FOR YEARS
Average Mate of Winter Variety Rati,
mated to Be Tea Points Hlher
Than for the Klae Past
WASHINGTON. Dee. 10. The statistician
of the Department of Agriculture esti
mates the newly aeeded area of winter
wheat at about 34,000,000 acres, an Increase
of 6.1 per cent upon the area aown In the
fall of 1901. The condition of winter wheat
on December 1 waa 99.7 per cent aa com
pared with 86.7 In 1901. 97.1 In 1900 and a
nine-year average of 91.4 per cent.
The following table shows for each of
the principal atates the percentage of acre
age sown with winter wheat this fall aa
compared with last year, the averages of
condition on December 1 of the present
year, the corresponding averages for 1901
and 1900 and the mean of the December
averagea of the last nine years:
IJ . 1 1 mmmJt V I m am A 1 1 HI Aft tlM
charge now 'tentatively preferred against the distance being about flfteen miles, mak-
him. If he Is in fact Conway be must nave
been In the Anamosa penitentiary until Oc
tober 81, while the Burlington robbery oo
curred October 11. No definite clues have
been had aa to the identity of bis two com
panions. Hissing Girl Is Feaad.
Miss Jessie Bullock, the Invalid daughter
of Rev and Mrs. Bullock, who disappeared
from her boms Monday evening, waa lo
cated at Havelock this afternoon and had
been returned to her parenta. Miss Bul
lock, while temporarily demented, wan
dered away from home and waa given
aheltar by a family at Havelock. Rev.
Bullock la pastor of the Vine Street Con
gregational church. ,
Flada Foods Adulterated.
Deputy Food Commissioner Basaett haa
filed with the governor hia biennial report.
The commissioner apeaka of the need of
guarding the publio against foods which
have been p-eserved by the admixture of
dangerous cbemiclas, such aa bydroflorlc
acid, a dangerous corrosive, and otbera.
Out ot 228 samples of food products an
alyzed by the chemist of the food com
mission, 163 were adulterated or not aold
in compliance with law, tho report stated.
The commissioner desires the legislature to
make an appropriation to fit up a labora
tory so that he will not be under the
nereailty of using the university laboratory
which he has been doing for the last two
year. He recommends a direct appropria
tion for the maintenance of the commis
sion rather than the present plan of al
lowing the . commission to depend upon
fees. The report contains the following
financial report of fees received:
Two hundred and eighty-five cream
eries, skimming stations and cheese
Twenty manufacturers of ladle snd
process butter $00
Forty-aeven wholesale dealers In but
ter and cheese 470
Fifty-three wholesale and retail deal
ers in imitation butter 1.4X
Thirty-one wholesale dealers in vine
gar and cider 1,100
Total feea paid ' $4,296
Total permits issued 426
For failure to take out license and pay
feea. alxty-nlna cases have been reported
to county attorneys and seventy-eight
case where the offense .waa either ' the
Illegal sale of colored imitation butter or
the Illegal sale ot cider or vinegar. From
meager details in his possession th com
missioner reports that the tncreass of but
ter production la the ststa this year over
last year Is 33ft per cent. He desired the
law governing foodstuffs to be broadened
to coves all foodstuffs.
Tbs office of the game ' warden is up
rled man and that Emma Conley was at one
time an Inmate of a house ot Ill-repute In
Omsha for elx months. The defense de
clined to Introduce any testimony and
after the arguments of the attorneys tbla
morning Judge Hallowell stated that he
could not do otherwise than bind the de
fendant over to the district court, which
he did, fixing his bond at $500.
Llnwood Haa Telephone Connection.
LINWOOD, Neb.. D-c. 10. (Special.)
The Nebraska Telephone company com
pleted Its line here today, connecting Lln
wood with Omaha and the outside world.
A Valuable Health Oalde.
The edition of 1903 ot Hoatetter'a Illus
trated Almanac Is now ready for free dis
tribution at your druggist's. It contains
practical advice In regard to preserving
your heslth, a large amount of Interesting
and amusing reading matter, both for the
young and old, and numerous testimonials
as to the efficacy of Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters in cases of stomach, liver and kid
ney disorders. It will prove a valuable ad
dition to any household. Be sure to obtain
The newly seeded area of winter rye Is
provisionally estimated at 99.3 per cent ot
the area sown in the fall of 1901.
' The condition of winter rye on Decem
ber 1 waa 98.1 per cent, as compared with
89.9 per cent on December 1, 1901, 99.1
on December 1, 1900, and 95.7 '.he mean of
the averages for the last nine yeara.
Refuses Star of Proceedlaa-a.
PIERRE, S. D., Dec. 10. (Special Telo
grara.) Application haa been made In the
supreme court for what would be prac
tically a stay ot proceedings In the case of
S. H. Wright, who was found guilty of
embezzlement and aentenced to the peni
tentiary. Wright's attorneys asked In the
remltlttur that the case not bo sent down
for sixty days, to give them time to ask
for a hearing in the United States court.
The application waa denied and the re
mltlttur sent down.
Total amount $236,252.68
In compliance with the provisions of sec
tion 3, subdlvlHlon 11 of the school laws, I
have apportioned the same to the eeveral
counties as follows: Whole number of
children, 374,304; amount apportioned, $236,
252.68: rate Der scholar. S6.311.78.
GLASS OP WATER
People that don't know about food should
never be allowed to feed persons with weak
A little over a year ago a young woman
who Uvea In Mercer, Me., had an attack
of scarlet fever, and. when convalescent waa
permitted to eat anything shs wsnted. In
discriminate feeding soon put her back in
bed with sever stomach troubla .and In
flammation of th kidneys.
"There I stayed,", she says, "thre
months', with iny stomach in such condition
that I could tax only a fw teaspoonful
of milk or beef Juice at a time. Finally
Grape-Nuts waa brought to my attention
and I asked my doctor If I might eat it. He
said, 'yc,' and I commenced at one.
"Th food did me good from th start
and I waa soon out of bed and entirely re
covered from the stomach trouble. I have
gained ten pound since my recovery and
am able to do all household duties, some
Cay sitting down only long enough to eat
my meals. I can eat anything that on
ought to eat, bat I atlll contlnua'to eat
Grape-Nuts at breakfast and aupper and
like It better vry day.
"Considering that a year ago I could atand
only a short Urn and that a glass of wster
seemed 'so heavy,' I am fully satisfied that
Orap-Nuta baa been everything to me and
my return to good health Is du solely to
"I have told several friends having nerv
ous or stomach trouble what Grape-Nuts
did for tns and In every case they apeak
ulghly ot th food." Nam given by
Jest una C., Battl Crack, Mich.
lng a peninsula a half-mile across the neck.
In July, 1867, the channel eut through the
neck, leaving the Island on the east aide ot
the river. The old land gradually filled up
and Is now good land. The river changsd
and Missouri claimed th (aland.
Mr. Securest la Llneoln.
Mrs. Al Sechrest, about whoae where-
abouta there haa been much written re
cently, ia in Lincoln and- haa been here for
aeveral daya. Mra. Sechrest stated thia
morning that ahe kept th proaecutlng at
torney at Kansaa City informed ot her
whereabouta and that ah had been at Lin
coin, with th exception of a few daya
spent In Kansaa and a abort trip to Omaha
since her alleged suicide. She Intends In
the near future to remove td Omaha or
Reports on School Lands.
In the report of Land Commissioner Foil
mer now being prepared figures are given
for the common school lands, normal
acbool lands, university lands, agricultural
lands and saline lands. The totals for the
state are as follows: Acres deeded, com
mon school land, 107,675.44; acres sold,
2,521.65; acrea leased, 164,381.66; rental on
leases, $237,956.30; Interest on sale con
tracts, $318,768.07; bonuses paid and in
terest on delinquent contracts, $11,772;
principal on Bale contracta. $757,827.35;
penalty on aervlng notice on delinquents,
$907.39; grand total . for common acbool
University Lands Acres deeded, 4,197.84;
rental on leases, $6,017; acres leaaed, 341;
Interest on sate contracta,- $13,987.61; bon
uses paid and Interest. $192.60; principal
on aale contracts, $26,334.48; penaltlea for
aervlng notlcea on delinquents, $10; total,
Agricultural Colleg Land Deeded
lands, $14,504.63; rental on leases, $3,673.75;
Interest on sal contracta, $41,923.89; bon
uses paid and Interest on delinquent con
tracts, $115.48; principal on sale contract,
$94,015.25; penaltlea for aervlng notlcea on
delinquents, $26.50; total, $139,754.37.
Ths grand total ot aU the transactions
relating to th atate land since the acoes
Ion ot Mr. Fotlmer, to th office of the
land commissioner Is $1,564,967.13. This
amount la considerable larger' than, the
total for the preceding blennlum.
Inlversltr Resjeata ia Session
Th regents of th Stat university met
In regular session with the present: Re
gents Calkins, Ernst, ForeU, Kenower snd
Teeters, and for the evening session Regent
Rich. A number of. minor appointments
made since the lsst meetingvof the board
were reported by the chancellor and ap
proved. The finance committee reported
that it had examined and checked ap the
semi-annual cash statement of the secre
tary for the six months ending November
30, 1902, and found the same correct.
In the mstter ot the representation of the
medical college In the university senate
recommendation from th senate was ap
proved naming Drs. Ewing Brown, E. B.
Davla, K. H. Olfford, A. F. Jonaa and W
F. Mllroy of Omaha members of the Med
ical college faculty, aa members tt the sen
Tbs president of the board was authorized
to execute the statutory bond to the stst
on behalf of the Medical colleg la the mat
ter of dissection of human bodies.
Th committee heretofore appointed in
the matter of th matriculation and regis
tration of students In th new combined
six-year cours mad the following report,
which waa approved:
1. That In order to meet the requirements
or tne several states relating to quaunca
tlons for the practice of rtedirlne. all
students entering the combined six years'
course leading to the bachelor's decree and
the degree of doctor of medicine shall
matriculate and pay the statutory fve
therefor and register as first year students
In either of the general coUene.
1 At the betiinti!g of the third yesr of
the combined six years' course, which is
equivalent to the first year of the four
year' course In tuexltctne, all students
already matriculated and registered in the
general college for the six year' count
hall again matriculate in th medical
college, paying tne regular fee therefor,
and register as students la the name also.
1. AU student in lit combined six years'
rourw shall rectuter each semester la the
proper college. (L ., first two year In on
or th other of the gierat colleges, th
second two yeara in on of these and In
th medical aolleg also, the third two
year in th medical college only) and
shall Day all tuition and other fee accord
lug to th general rules ot th university
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SAFE IN BLAIR DEPOT WRECKED
Robber Find Nothing; Inside to Re-
. ward Them for Their
BLAIR, Neb., Dec. 10. (Special.) The
most complete job of safe blowing that haa
been done in Blair for many years was ac
complished at the freight depot of the Chi
cago, St. Paul, Minneapolis A Omaha rail
road this morning at about 3 o'clock by
parties so far unknown. Carl Lindstrom,
the cashier at the depot, remained working
on his books in the room until after 12
o'clock and It Is supposed the parties
thought he had left the day's collections In
the safe, but he had remitted to headquar
ters all except $10, which he took horn
with him. They tried all the windows and
finally gained an entrance through a slid
ing door In the storage room. Parties liv
ing near heard the report and afterward a
team being driven rapidly away, but did not
give any alarm. Only a few books and
lead pencils were in the safe and not a cent
of money. A bar of white soap cut up In
slices waa left lying on the table and a
large pocketknlfe with one . broken blade
near it. The work waa done with nitro
glycerine or aome other liquid explosive,
poured In at the top of the door In a cup
shaped aperture made out of the aoap. . .
The safe Is a complete wreck, the door
and frame being blown to pieces, some of
them sticking Into the wall and table op
posite. The safe had been In tfse here for
a Jong time. A well dressed man ot about
30 yeara ot age had loitered about the
freight depot of the Klkhorn road yester
day afternoon with no apparent reason tor
being there, but waa hot seen at the other
depot, where the safe "fas blown. Blood
waa found upon one of the window sills
and on the snow beneath and it looked aa
it It had been thrown from a cut hand.
File Motion for w Line.
GUTHRIE, Okl., Dec. 10. The resolution
of the stockholders ot the Enid and Ana
darko railroad, a Rock. Island property, au
thorizing an extension from Waurlkc, Okl.,
to Ardmore, I. T.. was filed today. The
resolution also authorizes a line from a
point midway between Ardmore and Wsu
rlka and passing northward through Indian
Territory, Oklahoma and Kansas to Kansas
City, and from the same point a line south
ward to the northern line ot Texas.
Homeseekers nates Withdrawn.
ST. PAUL, Dec. 10. The general passen
ger agents of the St. Paul-Chicago lines
have decided to cancel all land seekers'
rates on December 15. All the lines have
maintained the ratea, which call for one
tare plus $2 for the round trip, but most of
the business has come from Illinois, north
ern Missouri And Iowa, and the destinations
have been polnta In the Dakotas and Montana.
WHAT A SAMPLE BOTTLE
OF SWAMP-ROOT DID.
To Prove What the Great Kidney Remedy, Swamp
Root, will do for YOU, Every Render of Tho
Omaha Bee May Have a Sample Bottle Scut
Free by Mail.
Total Sli.VX $236,252.68
Poultry Exhibit at MeCook.
M'COOK, Neb., Dec. 10. (Special.) Tho
Republican Valley District Poultry asso-
clstlon will hold Its sixth snnual exhibition
in McCook December 31 to January 3. The
widely known judge. C. H. Rhodes, will
score the birds. Southwestern Nebraska
chicken fanciers will a'l be largely repre
sented in thia great exhibition.
Elks' Ledge at Fremont.
FREMONT. Neb.. Dec. 10. (Special.) A
meeting of tte applicanta for a charter for
an Elks lodge waa held at the club rooms
last evening. It was voted to rent the club
rooms and the offices and rooms adjoining,
which will be fitted up for lodge room pur
poses. The furnishings of tho club rooms,
including billiard tables, will also be pur
chased. The charter list numbers over 100
names, and it is expected that the lodge
will be formally instituted next week, at
which time large delegations from Omaha,
Lincoln and Norfolk are expected to be
present. The following were chosen as offi
cers of the lodge: Exalted ruler, Ray Nye;
esteemed lesdtng knight, H. O. Dunning;
esteemed loyal knight, I. P. Gage; esteemed
lecturing knight, J. W. Stewart; secretary,
L. B. Coman; treasurer, Guy Hunman;
ruler, Frank Hollenbeck; trustees, Julius
Beckman, Thad Qulnn and Otto Pohl.
. Alleged Horse nastier Captured.
HOT SPRINGS, S. D., Dec. 10. (Special.)
Word reached here from the authorities
at Watertown, this state, announcing th
capture of Olney, the alleged horse rustler
who has terrorized th counties of Custer
and Washabaugh for aome time paat. Sheriff
Alnsley left for Watertown and will bring
the man to Custer, where he will have to
answsr to the chsrge.
Don't be behind the times and when you
order champagne don't forget Cook's Im
perial Extra Dry. Highest grade.
Sheriff Gets Mis Man.
STURGIS. S. D.. Dep. 10. (Special.)
Sheriff Smith of Meade county returned
from Pierre yesterday with E. E. Brown,
the fellow who cut up James Bullia so badly
at Whit Owl. Brown is now In the Mead
county jail charged with assault with ln,tent
Reception for New Pastor.
TECUMSEH, Neb.,vDec. 10. (Special.)
A reception waa given to Rev. and Mra.
W. F. Smith at the Baptist church here
last evening. Rev. Mr. Smith Is th newly.
elected pastor of the church and hs and bis
wife have just moved to Tecumseh from
Ashland. A program of aong and recita
tions was carried out, ministers ot the
other churches extending welcome to Rev.
and Mrs. Smith and he responded. Re
freshments were served. The attendance
wss large and a very pleasant time was
enjoyed by all.
Frederick: Held for Trial.
KEARNEY, Neb.. Dec. 10. (Special Tel
egram.) The preliminary examination of
John Frederick ot Calloway, charged with
8PMT, BRITTLE!, DULL HAIR.
All Come from Dandruff, which Is
Caused by a Germ.
Split hair, harsh hair, iusterlesa hair.
brittle hair, falling hair, all owe their
origin to dandruff, which la caused by a
measly little microbe that burrows Into the
scalp, throwing up the cdtlcle into dandruff
scales and sapping the vitality of the hair
at the root, causing the several diseased
conditions of the hair till it finally falls
out. Modern science has discovered a rem
edy to destroy the dandruff microbe, which
Is combined in Newbro's Herplcide, which
may be had of any druggist. Allays Itching
Instantly and makes hair aoft as silk. Take
no substitute; nothing "just as good
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Snow and Colder la Eastern Ne
braska and Fair In
WASHINGTON. Dec. 10. Forecast:
For Nebraska, South Dakota and Kan
sasSnow Thursday; Friday, fair.
For Iowa Fair Thursday and colder In
east and aoutb portions; Friday, fair.
For Illinois Snow in north, rain or snow
j In south portion Thursday; colder; Friday,
lair, ircn uurm iu irmeasi winas.
For Missouri Rain or snow and colder
Thursday, except fair in northwest portion;
For North Dakota and Montana Gener
ally fair Thursday and Friday.
For Wyoming Fair in west, snow In east
portion Thursday; colder; Friday, fair.
For Colorado Fair Thursday, colder In
east portion; Friday, fair.
The funniest fun is Ping Pong. Tablea
are 30 cents an hour. Bee Building par
lors, $14 South Seventeenth street.
00 BOXESVf 1
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JL MILLION HAPPY AMERICAN CHILDREN are) kpt healthy with OASOARETS Candy
Cathartics. Good words opoken by their mamaa for OASOARETS to other mamas have made
OASOARETS euooeeaful until the sale now Is nearly A MILLION BOXES A MONTH. Why do
little folks like OASOARETS ? Because they are a sweet, palatable, fraffrarit little tablet
taste good do good never grip nor gripe, but act gently, naturally, positively. Medicine that
a child dislikes will not do it much good. Sensible parents give their little darlings medicine
that tastes good and does good, and .does not grip nor gripe; the kind they liku themselves.
Children are always ready to take OASOARETS, THE PERFECT HOME MEDICINE, ask for
them and are kept healthy always and safe against the dangers of childhood's ailments.
Best for the Bowels. All druggists, 10c, 26c, 6O0. NEVER SOLD IN BULK. Ths genuine
tablet stamped O O O. Guaranteed to cure or money back. Sample and booklet free. Address
Sterling Remedy Oo, Chicago or New York.
W. F. liohnea, a prominent business man of Springfield, Ohio, write the follow
ing strong endorsement of ths great kidney remedy. Swamp-Root, to the Editor of
th Springfield, Ohio, Republic:
Springfield, Ohio. Feb. lUt, 1901.
"Having heard that you could procure a aampl bottl of Swamp-Root, free by
ball. I wrote to Dr. Kilmer ft Co., Blnghamton, N. T., for a sample bottl and it
was promptly sent. I waa ao pleased after trying th sample bottl that I ant to
the drug ator and procured a aupply. I bav used Swamp-Root regularly for some
tlm and consider It unsurpassed a a r medy for torpid liver, loss of appetite and
general derangement of th dtgestlv function. I think my trouble waa du to
too cle confinement In my business. I can recommend it highly for all liver and
kidney complaints. I am not in the habtt of endorsement any medicine, but In this
eas t cannet apeak too much In pralao ot what Swamp-Root haa don for m."
(W. F. Lchnes.)
43ft West High Street.
The mild and extraordinary effect ot th world-famous kidney and bladder
remedy, Dr. Kilmer'a Swamp-Root, ia aoon realised. It ataoda tbs highest for Us
wonderful cures ot ths most distressing caae. i
EDITORIAL NOTE It you are alck or "feel badly" begin taking th wonder
ful discovery. Dr. Kilmer' Swamp-Root, besauo aa soon as your kidneys ar well
theyWlll help all th other organ to health. A trial will convince anyone.
- You may bav a aampl bottle of thia wonderful remedy, Ewamp-Root, aent
absolutely f re br mail, also a book tailing all about Swamp-Root, and containing
many of the thousand upon thousanda of testimonial letters received from men and
women who ow their good health. In fact, their very Uvea to the great curatir
properties of Swamp-Root. In writing to Dr. Kilmer ft Co., Blnghamton, N. Y., be
sur to ay that you read thia generoua otter la the Omaha Dally Bee.
If you are already convinced that Bwamp-Root (a what you nee3 you can pur
chase the regular fifty-cent and one-dollar alae bottles at the drug stores everywhere.
Don't make any mistake, but remember th -name, Swamp-Root, Dr.. Kilmer'a
Swamp-Root, and th address, Blnghamton, N. Y., on every bottle. . - ''
Social Science .
2068 Eastern Avenue, CutcmxATi, Ohio, May 20, 1902.
J consider Wine of Cardui a most excellent woman's remedy. It ia
certainly a specific as a uterine tonic and regulator. For eight years 1
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