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TflK OMAHA DA1LT BEE: WKDNESDAY, PECEMRETt 17, 1002.
SNOW BLANKET FOR WHEAT
Entire Bute ii Covered with Several Inches
of Whit; Mantle.
SEVEN YEARS Of SUFFERING.
of Catarrh of the Head
and lungs Permanently
Jtm Dumps was not allowed to eat
Of pies and puddings, rich and sweet.
But served with orange marmalade
A perfect treat from " Force " he made.
Which dish he ate with greatest vim.
"It tastes so good," says "Sunny Jim."
OF GREAT BENEFIT TO WINTER GRAINS
Aside from Frotertlon It A.aarri
Plenty of MolMare to Mart Grnnlh
la the 5prlnR and Prevent
Damns from Wladi,
Cured by Pe-ra-na in
Spite of the Un
Ths Body-to Carve Cares'
leaves no unpleasant
i;reet, crisp flaKes of wheat and malt.'
"Tour preparation of wheat called 'Fores' Is very useful for those who suffer,
from dyspepsia. In thia warm climate there are many who hare been benefited
by It. B. B. Woodwabd, Natal, BrasU."
FIGHT THE HOME COMPANIES
Building and Lout League Prcceedj
Against Illegal Conoerns.
WILL STRENGTHEN NEBRASKA STATUTE
Receat Decision of Sapreme Coart
(lives Fore to the Move to Drive
Oat Fraaataloat aael Ptkt
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Dec 1 (Special.) C. F.
Sentloy of Orand latand. secretary of the
State League of Local Building and Loan
aiioclatloaa; Q. W. Uolnger. Colonel
Elmer E. Bryson , of the governor's staff
and Thomas 'J..'.rilmorrls of Omaha were
la Lincoln today conferring with Attorney
Oeneral Prout oa legislation In regard to
home Insuranca companies, it Is the de
sire of these gentlemen to have presented
to the legislature a bill giving the state
banking board control over companies that
carry on a saving proposition or collect
money for saving.
Mr. Bentley' was especially elated with
the decision of the supreme court in the
case of the - Nebraska Home Insurance
company, and he expects the attorney gen
eral to secure the same kind of a decltton
against the Northwestern Trust company,
against which a suit has been started In
Adams county. The only difference be
tween the companies. It Is said. Is that
the former had a $1,000 proposition and
the latter has a $3,000 proposition. As a
rtault of the decision of the Nebraska
companies in Missouri and In Illinois and
Louisiana, action will soon b started in
Ohio and Maine and Indiana to exclude the
companies. Mr. Bentley believes the leg
islature will do something that will force
the companies from the state.
Preaelaaa oa Staefer'e Boad
Among the appropriations that will be
asked tor at the next legislators will be
13,000 to reimburse 8tate Treasurer Stue
fer for the amount he bad to pay the two
guaranty companies for hia bond as state
treasurer. Mr. Stuefer. in order to hsndle
the moneys of the state. Is under a $1,500,
0K) bond, guaranteed by the companies of
Baltimore. For this bond he has to pay
3,000 annually. The cost of the bond for
the Brst year was appropriated by the leg
Islature, when the cost of the bond for the
last year of the term of Meserve was ap
ftroprlated. Meserve waa the first state
treasurer to give a guaranty bond, and at
that time the cost was 11,500. which the
legislature paid for htm. When Stuefer
was elected to the offlce the companies
raised the price of the bond to 13.000. Tin
salary of the state treasurer Is only 32.SO0
a year, consequently Mr. Stuefer believes
that the legislature will allow htm tha cost
of the bond. ', '
. Baal Leaaea Extract.
Food Commissioner 8. C. Bassett Is
spending moat of these strenuous days dig
ging up adulterated foods and turning them
over to his chemist. J. M. Nelson, to an
alyse and put the brand on them. From
local grocers Mr. Bassett has purchased
lemon extract that Isn't lemon extract and
baking powder that Is not pure baking pow
der. The usual lemon extract aold by the
grocers, the chemist said. Is a highly
colored weak solution of oil of cltronella
snd other compounds colored with coal tar
lasseetea1 sy fiovoraor.
At the regular drill Vf the university ra-
deta Governor Savage waa present and in
spected the companies at the Invitation of
Commandant Chase. Governor Savage com
plimented the cadets and ths military de
part meet cf the university. The drill was
held In the armory.
I.aacaater Coaaty Beads.
terest and the condition of the sinking
fund, which Is but sufficient t pay the In
terest on the bends, It is to the best inter
est of the county that the refunding be
made, as It will mean a substsntlal saving
In interest. The old bonds were Issued In
1871 as a bonus for the Midland Pacific, now
a part of the Burlington system.
George Faraaa Reaches Home.
George Furnas, who disappeared from his
home In this city last Thursday, since
which time his friends and the police have
been searching for him, has returned home
and is now with his family Worry ever
financial affaire Is believed to have caused
Mr. Furnas a temporary abberatlon of the
mind and that while la this condition he
wandered away. Mr. Furnas csme to Lin
cola from Omaha, where he said he had been
since he left hero. Ke is apparently as
well as usual and his friends and family
believe there will be no return of the
trouble. . .
Price of Robber Tlrca.
Students of the university who are la the
habit of ga ivanting to ball a and such like
in rubber-tired hacks will have to walk or
pay ths increased 53 50 per charged by the
liverymen of the city. A committee of the
students waited on the hard-hearted livery
men to get them to come back to the old
price, but the liverymen refused. The
reason given tor the increased price is the
students' demand that the liverymen put
rubber tlrea on ths rigs. Rubber tires
called for a rub-up In the prices, said the
liverymen, and there the matter rests.
Foot Ball Flaaaees.
John R. Bender has been elected captain
of the university foot ball team tor the next
season. The new captain Is a junior and
during the last two seasons played a re
markable game ot toot ball as halfback.
The financial report ot Manager Engel was
ss follows: '
Total receipts account of football.. $15,633 33
Transportation and hotel expenses..! 1.110 S3
KuulDment and supplies.
Per centums to other teams
Coach and assistant coaches
Trainers snd rubbers
Training and table expenses
Miscellaneous (Including poncing.
frlntlng, bill posting, , insurance,
Total $16,632 36
In addition to this $2,267.23 waa ex
pended In permanent Improvements. In
cluding grandstand, teachers, etc., leav
ing a balance on hand ot $:,719.06.
The board decided to aend to Illinois an
offer ot a guarantee of $1,300, on 50 per
cent of the gate receipts, for a game in
Lincoln Thanksgiving day. An offer will
also be made to Colorado to commsnce
the latter part of October. Colorado will
be given $460 to come. The board will meet
next Monday night to select a manager ot
the team tor the coming season. Three
names have been submitted George Sold
ier, H. T. Parker and Roy Btcktord.
fthatttnsT Off All Games.
There will be nothing doing in the way
of games In ths various saloons. ot the city
after January 1. Chief of Police Hoagland
this morning served written notices on all
saloon keeper to hustle from their bsr- J under fraternal beneficiary policies.
rooms ail oiiuara taoies, pool, sionaiae or
other tables on which games . could be
played crape not excepted. This rule wss
adopted by the excise board last April and
will go Into effect without fall January 1.
The penalty is $100 fine for each violation
of the law.
Freight Trala Wrecked.
Several cars of a freight train on the
Union Pacific about two miles south ot
ths penitentiary were thrown from the I
tracks about t o'clock last night and It re-1
quired fifteen hours' time to repair the
damage to the tracks and start traffic
again. The breaklug loose of an arch bar
j on one of the trucks tore tip the tracks for
i a half mile and cauaed three of the cars
mlssloners of that county was submitted
to the supreme court this morning. The
auditor refused to register the bond because
the law under which it was issued is in
valid. Niles claims that even if the law
is invalid there Is a prior law In force
which the supreme court had held to be
constitutional, and that therefore the act
of the commissioners in refunding the bond
The purpose of this suit Is to determine
the validity of several thousand dollars'
worth of refunding bonds issued by the
county comlssioners at the same time that
the bond held by Niles was issued. The
bonds taken up were issued to aid In the
construction of the Omaha ft Southwestern
Railroad company In 1877, and bore 8 per
cent, while the refunding bonds bore only
6 per cent. Tho value of the bonds has
been affected by the uncertainty as to ths
validity of the act under which they were
Issued In exchange for the old bonds.
This suit will settle the question as to their
Creditors' Rights Involved.
A case ot some Interest to holders of
beneficiary certificates was submitted to
commission No. 2 this afternoon. The
case involves the right of creditors of the
member of an order to the proceeds of a
certificate on his life. Leon Richardson
of Seward county, holding a certificate In
the Modern Woodmen of America for $2,000,
died a year ago. This called for the pay
ment of the certificate. When he died be
waa in d-bt to the amount of aeveral hun
dred dollars. The officers of the society
were unable to And the heirs of Richard
son. The creditors had an administrator
appointed and made application to the
treasurer of the -order to have the pro
ceeds applied on the' indebtedness, when
they learned that no heirs had been found.
The officers refused to psy anything, set
ring up that the statute under which
the association did business in the state
provides "payment of death benefits shall
only be made to families, heirs, blood re
lations, affianced husband or affianced wife,
or to persons dependent upon the mem
ber." Suit was brought by the creditors in the
district court. The court decided adversely
to the claimants snd the case was appealed
to the supreme' tribunal. The credltora, In
their brief, declare that the case Is an ex
ception to the statute, because ttaye are
no relatives. It is said that the statute
applies obly where there are relatives and
Is intended for the protection of the homes
of the members, and when the reason for
Its existence is gone the proceeds of the
certificate ought to go to the creditors. For
that reason It is claimed that there Is a
resulting trust in favor ot the creditors
and against ths Modern Woodmen.
To this plea the association makes an
swer thst there Is no assurance that the
heirs are non-existent. That the associa
tion haa been holding the money for the
heirs snd Is still making search for them.
Even It the statute did not ' bar payment
to the creditors this would be enough to
keep the officers from making payment to
the creditors until sufficient time had
elapsed to give rise to the presumption tha
there were no relatives within the degree
provided in the statute for beneficiaries
goods and are displaying larger stocks
than ever before In anticipation
ot a larger trade. They find that
each year farmers and laboring men are
buying a better and more expensive class
of goods. There never wss a more pros
perous year for York county farmers and
business men, and the holiday trade prom
ises to be the largest in the history ot
YORK. Neb.. Dec. l--(Speolal.) The
snow which fell yesterday makes a nice
winter blanket for winter wheat, which Is
not quite as large an acreage In York
county an last year, but is In extra fine
condition, pro.nlslng another yield of thirty
to fifty bushels to the sere. Seventy-five
per cent of York county farmers hsve fin
ished shucking corn snd everywhere large
rorncrlbs are filled to overflowing. Many
farmers were unprepared for such a large
yield and thousands of bushels of corn Is
plltd on the ground. Hundreds of York
county farmers are feeding their large sur
plus of corn to rsttle and hogs. Tralnloads
of cattle were shipped Into York county
last fall and were sold as fast as unloaded
from the cars. Each year York county
farmers are increasing their herds of rat
tle and hogs and many have gone Into thor-
j oughbred rattle, buying the best stock and
paying the highest prices.
FREMONT. Nob.. Dec. 16 (Special.)
There was a light fnll of snow again and
It is now over a foot deep on a level. There
is but little wind aud It Is not drifted.
From a third to a fourth of the corn Is
still In the fields, and the snow is so deep
It cannot be got out. The beet sugar com
psny at Lesvltt still has a good many beets
on band and in silos. The frost will not
Injure them. The sleighing Is fine and a
great many new cutters have appeared ou
DAVID CITY, Neb.. Dee. 16. (Special.)
Snow has been tailing at Intervals for
about one week. There Is rully eight
inches of snow, with no wind as yet. It is
thawing some today and the snow is set
tling. The snow makes a nice blanket tot
winter wheat, which Is a larger acreage
than last year. About one-half of the
farmers have finished shucking corn, which
Is turning out far better than at first expected.
SHELTON. Neb., Dec. 16. (Special.)
Six Inches of snow on the level fell Satur
day night and Sunday and the best sleigh
ing for years Is the result. Thousands of
acres of corn are yet In the field and busk
ing will now be delayed Indefinitely. This
snow, coming earlier than usual, means a
hardship on sheep feeders and there are
several train loads now being fed here.
CREAMERY COMPANIES MERGE
York and Fairmont Concerns l'alt to
Form One Bis; Corpora
YORK, Neb., Dec. 16. (Special.) Trans
fers were made yesterday, deeds and bills
of sale were filed in York county, deeding
and transferring all real -estate and per
sonal property of the South' Platte Creamery
company of York, one of the largest cream
ery companies in the state, to the Fairmont
Creamery company. The consideration
amounts up into the thousands. It is not
sn actual sale to the Fairmont' Creamery
company, but is a consolidation of the two
large companies. Many other smaller com
panies will be taken In by these companies
making it one of the largest creamery com
panies In the United States, and active com
petltors of the Beatrice company, which is
claimed to be the largest in the United
Stockholders in creameries claim that it
Is the most profitable investment that can
be made and pays much better than any
bank stock. It Is reported that the Beatrice
Creamery stock paid within the last year
nearly 80 per cent. Many York county
farmers favor an Independent mutual
creamery on about the same plan of the
Farmers' York County Independent elevat
ors, which are so successfully operated in
this county. York county farmers are so
prosperous that they can furnish the cap
Ital and any amount ot it for anything that
they wish to buy or operate.
Hon. David Harbson, Town
Trustee. New Albany Town
ship, New Albany, Itid
NEW ALBANY, Ind.
Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, O.:
Gentlemen-"! would be an ungrate
ful man Indeed did I not thankfully ac
knowledge what Peruna ha3 done lor
"Hany people living In this part of
Indiana are afflicted with catarrh of ths
nead and lungs. I suffered with It for
seven years, and tho"rht nothing
would help me but to mo , e out of this
climate, but fortunately one of mv
friend called my attention to Peruna
and 1 at once sent for a bottle, as I was
anxious to know what It would do for
"It certainly acted like a charm,
every dose helped me and In five
weeks I was cured and have not had a
trace of catarrh since, for which you
can be sure that I am very grateful."
A STRAIGHT COURSE
CLAMORING F0R GRAIN CARS
Farmers Complain tlint They Canaot
Get Their Crops to
THAYER, Neb., Dec. 16. (Special.) The
farmers living around Thayer are complain
ing bitterly of the treatment that the Farm
ers' Grain Elevator company is receiving
at Thayer from the Fremont, Elkhorn &
Missouri Valley railroad. They assert that
the Elkhorn is furnishing the trust ele
vators with empty cars and that the farm
ers are unable to get a car. Officers of the
company are leaving today for Omaha,
where they will see the proper officials and
see If they cannot receive fair treatment
from the Elkhorn. Their grain bins are
full and farmers have had to stop threshing
machines. They think It pretty, herd to
have to stop taking grain when the com
pany elevators are taking in grain right
along and are receiving cars.
BENEDICT, Neb., Dec. 16. (Special.)
Elevator men on the Kansas City & Omaha
railroad complain that since the road has
been operated by the Burlington It Is
harder work to get cars .than under the
old management. Every elevator Is full of
grain and many ot them In York county on
the Kansas City A Omaha have filled the
driveways. Corn shelters and threshing
machines have had to stop, ss elevators
cannot take any more grain.
Pointed Out to Those Who Have Ca
tarrh In Any Form.
you have chronic catarrh, have vou?
You have had It some time? And could
not find a cure?
Well, there are thousands more like
you In this country. If you are liable to
catarrh it will begin to make Itself felt
now. If you really want to get cured
this is the way to do It.
Get a bottle of Peruna and take a table
spoonful between each meal and at bed
time. When you have continued this for
thirty days sit down and write a letter
to Dr. Hartman, Columbus, O. Tell hlra
exactly your .symptoms; how long you
have had catarrh; what effect the medi
cine has had on you. He will answer your
letter promptly, telling you what to do fur
ther. He will make no charge. And it
you will continue to write to the doctor
you are sure to get cured, some cases i
tske longer than others. Perhaps the Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio.
average length of
time it takes to
cure a gi nuinrt cast
of catur.-u is three months. Some get
cured much quicker than this. Stubborn
rases may require longer treatment. Time
or trouble ought to be no barrier to one
nfflicted with this dreadful disease.
All people who are interested In know
ing about catarrh can get an Instructively
Illustrated 64-pogo book on chronic catsrvh
In all stages and location, free of charge
Thomas H. Baker, U. S. marsball, Ten
nesee, editor of Tenneseo Republican, poet-
office address Memphis, Tcnn., writes:
"I am so fully convinced that Peruna
Is a relief to those suffering with ca
tarrhal troubles because of Its success
ful use by many of my acquaintances,
that I have no hesitatlou to give It my
endorsement." Thomas H. Baker.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna
write at onre to Dr. Hartman. giving a
full statement of your case and he will
be pleased to give you bis valuable advice
Address Dr. Hsrtman, president of tha
MICKEY INSPECTS SCHOOLS
Governor-Elect Looks Over Instltnte
for the Blind at Nebraska
NEBRASKA CITY, Neb., Dec. 16 (Spe
cial Telegram.) Governor-elect Mickey was
in the city this afternoon to investigate
the management of the Institute for the
Blind. In an Interview Mr, Mickey stated
that he found the people here very well
satisfied with Mr. Morey, the superintend
ent at the institute, but that there Is some
dissatisfaction ss to the way in which the
school is managed. Mr. Mickey said he had
not yet decided whether he would retain
Mr. Morey, but would carefully Investi
gate the situation before rendering a de
cision. The governor left for Peru this evening,
where he will look over the State Normal
Vllaa Will Not Talk Politics.
Hon. William F. Vilas, postmaster gen
eral under Cleveland, will appear before
the supreme court Wednesday as counsel
for the defendsnt In the case of Tuoni
cllffe against Fox. The suit originated in
Douglas county and Involves property in
Cheyenne county. Mr. Vilas arrived in
Lincoln this evening and roauy citizens
called upon him at the Lincoln hotel to
night. He would not discuss politics.
to leave tha tracks before It waa dlarnv-
The county commtasioners of Lancaater I ,r,. No on, iaylni. All trains to
Beatrice were held here until 1 o'clock to
day while the track was rebuilt.
Dooalas. Coaaty Bond t'aae.
The mandamus suit brought by J. Y.
Niles ot Douglss county against Auditor
Weston to compel him to register a re
funding bond Issued by the county com-
couaty this morning ordered the clerk to
prepare 300 bonds of the denomination ot
$504 each to be exchanged for tke $100,000
of Midland railroad bonds tbat became due
January 1. Tha resolution empowering the
clerk to prepare the bonds recites that oa
account of the large payments la recent
years of bonds bearing higher rates of la-
A grain and fruit Coffee nourishing and invigorating.
OLD BY ALL GROCER
Dec. 16. (Special.)
At the annual meeting of Rawlins Wom
an's Relief corps. No 2. the following offi
cers were elected: Mrs. Carrie M. Peters,
president; Mrs. Martha Coulter, senior vice
president; Mrs. Annie Crimes, Junior vice
president; Mrs. Mary Haegy, treasurer;
Mrs. Lucy Gllmore, chsplatn; Mrs. Rachael
Laymon, conductor; Mrs. Sarah Werner,
guard; Mrs, Hester Tibbetts and Mrs. Al
mlra Bates, delegates to department convention.
i.uH la Fut Dt-Ci.
LEIGH. Neb.. Dec. 16. (Special.) Snow
began falling here Saturday evening and
fully six Inches hss fallen since that time,
which, together with the six Inches already
oa lbs ground, makes a full foot. Sleighing
merchants have bought good stocks of boll-
Trade at York.
Dec. 16. (Special.) York
BURGLARS CAUGHT AT KEARNEY
Foar Mca Who Looted Grand lalaad
Baalncsa Honae Arc In
Pawnee City Personals.
PAWNEE CITY, Neb., Dec. 16. (Special.)
The Horace K. Turner exhibit of pictures
In the high school building terminated Sat
urday, after four days ot financially suc
cessful exhibition. The gross receipts were
About eight inches of snow fell here
Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Bertha McCall ot this city left last
week for Auburn, Neb., to resume her duties
ss teacher in the high school of that place,
which has been closed for some time on ac
count of smallpox.
Miss Lena Ward, who Is teaching in the
State Industrial school at Geneva, Neb., Is
spending her holiday vacation at her homo
In this city.
Wins Oratorical Contest.
CRETE, Neb., Dec. 16. (Special.) In the
annual oratorical contest held here last
night three of Its best, orators contended
tor the honor of representing Doane In the
state contest soon to be held In Lincoln.
Arthur F. Gulliver, the representative ot
the sophomore class, was the successful
contestant. "David Livingstone" was the
subject of bis oration. Mr. E. W. Altvater
won second place, and with it the honor of
being chairman of the delegation te the
On "The Overland Limited "Electric
Lighted have tiled platforms, enclosed
with brass aud ornamental railings, large
inough to uccommodato all passengers.
Uhrarlei. wrtttnic detki, books, magazine a
and rurxeat lltemturo or all klnW are pro
vtricd. Each car ba six compartments snd
ailruwtnK room ronlHlnlna: wtfthttsnd. but
and cold water, ewtrtc curlluif ir.m heaters,
parcel racks, and all tullel i-uuvoul:ui:ct.
This famous train reaches Sun Francisco from
Omaha sixteen hours quicker than any
ot her train, and ruus every day in tho year.
Tha Tnios TArirto otfera you the hlfhast deit-ee
or ennrnrt sua luxury, wuu no auuiuonai cos
and u ajroat saving ox time ana expense.
Full Information cheerfully furnished
on application to
CITY TICKET OFFICE
1324 Farnam St.
Taken to Hospital.
. OSCEOLA. Neb., Dec. 16. (Special.)
Sheriff Hartman took the train from here
for Lincoln yesterday morning, having in
custody Ell Samuelson, whom he waa taking
to the hospital at Lincoln. Mr. Samuelson
had been in the asylum before and was dis
charged a couple ot years ago as cured, or,
at least, harmless, but lately he has gotten
KEARNEY, Neb., Doc. 16. (Special Tel
egram.) The four men who robbed Hayden
Bros.' store at Grand Island Saturday night
were captured in this city today and the
Orand Island chief of police arrived here
this afternoon and ldentlfed some ot the
articles stolen and will return with his
prisoners tonight. Fred Saup's cigar store
ot this city was also robbed Sunday night
and the buralars used the same means of
entering as those of Grand Island, snd It ! O
is presumed it was done by these
Mill Closes Down Temporarily.
BEATRICE, Neb., Dec. 16. (Special.)
The Dempster Mill Manufacturing company
which employs about 400 men, has closed
down for the annual Invoicing season, dur
ing which time only fifty men will be em
ployed In the offices. The plant will resume
operations January 6.
four men, although the stolen articles wero O
not found in their possession. The burg
lary was not reported until this morning.
Barllnartoa Wreck at llaaaboldt.
HUMBOLDT. Neb.. Dec. 16. (Special.)
Freight trains No. 63 and 110, on the Bur
lington, collided in the yards at this city,
doing considerable damage to the rolling
stock and knocking one tender from the
tracks. The tralna were ordered to pass
at this place and one ot tbem was en.
deavoiing to back In on the siding when
the other came around a curve almost at
full speed. Both crews realized the situa
tion In time to save themselves by Jump
ing, so no one was Injured. Ths wrecking
train hss been at work la an attempt to
get the track clear for the afternoon pas
senger trains. No. 14, ths east bound early
morning train, did not come through, but
was aent from Table Rock around by way
of Tecumsea aad Nsbraska City.
Ml A GOLD OFFICE?
Warm Rooms $10.00 Up
THE BEE BUILDING.
Rental price Include Heat, Light, Water and
R. C. PETERS ot Co.,
la all DISEASE
and D ISO DER:
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the country well knoeu
men. selected as wt iters,
becanaa they know how
to make farming par.
One idna may ba worth
S hundred dollars to you.
34 to 4S pates, wecbly.
1.00 per rear.
Writs for Ik. Kassletp
mmi keek 11.
1708 Farnam St. Omaha. Nob.
aateata waatee at every P.O
Deputy State TotawTnartask
5jS3i. H. L RIIHCCIOTTI, D. V. S.
SEARLES & SEAP.LES. StSA O01ee.a4 Infirmary, tith and, Maaoa Sta,
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