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THJf OJIAIIA DAILY HKK: WEDXESDAY, FKBUITAKV 18.
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LILLIE CAINS POINT
Judge Bale Out Tort i arm? Given bj Her
Be ore Oortner'i Jury
SHUTS OUT SEVERAL STATE WITNESSES
newspaper man from Chicago paid Barnes
ton visit yesterdsy, and may conclude
to atari a smsll dally paper In that town
la lh near put are.
Ex-Sheriff Ik Stan an Telia f
Rveata Horalia of nrar and
Conversations with De
fend a at.
DAVID CITT. Neb . Feb. 17. (Special.)
When court convened this morning Judge
Good sustained the objection of counsel I
for the defendant as to Coroner Sample
testifying to the statements made by Mrs.
Llllle before the coroner's Jury the first
time she testified at the Inquest. In pass
j Inn upon the question Judge Good gave a
clear ana concise statement 01 me iaw o
far at he had been able to Investigate the
authorities on this question.
This Is. It Is claimed, an important point
Every well-posted doctor today knows all about Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. Most doctors order it for coughs, colds, bronchitis,
and even for consumption. Your doctor use it?
YORK. Neb.. Feb. 17 (Special.) At a
meeting ot the Commercial club last even
ing, although the evening was Intensely
cold a large number of the leading busi
ness men attended. The principal business
before the club was promoting the location
of a public postoffice building. York It
rery much encouraged over the good pros
pects of securing a public building. In the
omnibus appropriation bill, on ablch con
gress will vote In a few days. Is an appro
priation for I10.000, each to York and Grand
Island for the purchase of sites tor public
buildings. At the meeting resolutions were
adopted, thanking Congressmen Hlnshaw
and Burkett and Senators Dietrich and Mil
lard for the work tbey have done In the
Interests of York. N
MERITS OF PE-RU-NA
K. of P. Entertains.
SHELTON. N-h.. Feb. 17. (Special.) The
members of Shelton lodge. No. 92. Knights
of Pythias, gave a very pleasant "smoker"
to about tlftr invited tentlemen guests at
In this case, and will shut out several wit- , thHr ,odg , roomg )aBt evening. The even
nesses for the state whose names ere In- ing WM Bpent t mhut dominoes and so
dorsed on the Information. Counsel for the j fla t).t ,hoM prMent being principally
state cia w tnst tney can ana win snow t,j , business and professional men. Dr. L.
Michael was also present with his stere-
J. C. ATER CO.,
INVITES THE EX-GOVERNORS
Governor Mickey Seeds Out Inritations to
the Amnal Dir. ner.
PAROLE FOR A SARPY COUNTY C0Ni:T
Crete Father Joins with l.over
Search for Runaway Girl, hat
So Trace of Her la
skull was crushed, both legs were broken
and he was otherwise Injured. Slight hopes
are entertained for his recovery. Webb Is
38 years of age.
ADAMS CARRIES PRIMARIES
Machine Tai.ru Kverjthlna; at Lin
coln Except the City
(Froi.i n Staff (Vrrespnn'lent.l
LINCOLN. Neb.. Feb. 17. (Special Tele
gram.) The republican primary here today
resulted In a landslide for the county ma
other witnesses that Mrs. Llllle made those
statements on other occasions.
Dr. Sample was called and the examina
tion continued. Witness described the bul
let hole In the window and curtain, the
powder burns and the range of the bullet
plainly, the same substantially as he did
at the preliminary hearing. Witness Iden
tified the Isee curtain and the window
through which the bullet passed. The pow
der burn on both of those Is sUl! quite
plain, but not as plain as they appeared
at the preliminary hearing. Witness said
that the distance from the had or the bed
to the east wall was ten Inches, and from I
opticon and highly entertained the com
pany with snapshot views. Cigars and light
refresr ments were served and a plesssnt
evening was spent.
I fid Deposits mr Beatrice.
BEATRICE. Neb.. Feb. 17. (Special.)
What appears to be a very rich deposit of
lead was discovered In a quarry a few miles
west of Barneston. this county, yesterday,
and considerable excitement prevails In
that neighborhood as a result. The sam
ple was brought to town by William Day,
and If the product proves pure encugh to
. I ana n ino pre
ine iooi oi .ne oca , ,ne .... w wf)rk rron,,bI. wll, be R rich fln(1 for
ty-two inches. W itness gaye a aesenpt on oulhern 0aRe county as In(ire an
of the furniture and Its location In the i
room; that the range of the bullet through
the window would be In range within two j
feet of the head of the bed. This was de
termined at the inquest by taking a long
stick and laying on the bed In range with
the bullet hole In the window and screen.
The cross-examination of the coroner elic
ited nothing new
ancc of It.
Much aicknesa at Exeter.
EXETER. Neb., Feb. 17. (Special.)
I There are a great many cases of sickness
In and around this town, some of which are
quite serious. The most of the cases are
tphold pneumonia. Only one case has
Augustus M. Walling, ex-county attorney. Prved " ,b'' Wl8f
the next witness. He said, part: "I I "; " ,of ,b 1w"a,tb,lfl "l
chinery. George A. Adams was nominated 'WM ,t the LH11(, relldence with the cor- i th, townsbfp
. . . t - ..i ' ! wealtnv farm
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Neb., Feb. 17. (Special )
The governor'a annual dinner will be given
February 14 at the executive mansion. Gov- ;
ernor Mickey decided on the date this
j for mayor over H. J. Winnett by over 700 , oner'g jury on October 27. I made an ex
j majority, and all of the county machinery amnatIon of the east window and lace
candidates for council were elected. These curta n the Llllle bedroom."
I were Alexander Steward, William Lawler, witness here identlSed the window, lace
John Hinsel, A. H. Hutton. K. H. Marshall, j rurtaln and window screen as the ones that
William Hanson, encther
wealthy farmer rouih of town, is very low.
but it is hoped he will recover.
afternoon and has sent invitations to t ! Thompson. J. C. Pentxer J. A . Shef. , buet vent through- ..Mt th( cor
Place for Weary to Rest.
CENTRAL CITY. Neb.. Feb. 17. (Spe
cial.) On Monday.' February
16, the P. E.
following ex-governors: John M. Thayer.
William A. Poynter, Silas A. Hclcomb and
Ezra P. Savage, Lincoln: Lorezo Crounsu
and James E. Boyd. Omaha: Robert W.
Furnas, Brnwnvllle: Silas Garber, Red
Cloud. Albinus N-ince. Chicago; Charles
H. Deltrtch and James W. Dawes, Wash
ington. Parole for ( harlea Sharp.
Governor Mickey this morning paroled
Charles L. Sharp of Papllllon, who la
serving a term In the penitentiary for
car robbery on tho Rock Island. It was
the daughter of Sharp who wrote
field, an Adams man, 'was nominated for tax .
The Winnett men saved T. H. Pratt, nom
inee for city clerk, out of the wreck. B.
C. Fox was nominated for treasurer with
out opposltlor. The city central commit
tee is of the opinion that a second primary
will be necesaary to nominate an excise
board. The campaign was on- of the most
bitterly contested In the history of the
Increase In Rural Mall.
YORK. Neb.. Feb. 17. (Special.) Nearly
letter every rural mall route shows an increase of
to Governor Savage ask'ng thit her father
be pardoned and Savage refusrd to grant
the request. Sharp's parole runs to the
county Judge of Sarpy ccuuty. Many
prominent citizens of Papllllon requestrd
Father Jolaa la Search.
Fay Smith, who came to Lincoln yester
day from Crete In aearch cf his sweet
heart, Anna Beardln. who had eloped with ;
J. B. Cob,. u.. Joined thia morning by,,
the father and 'sister of the girl. The I
father has secured the assistance of the
police In the search fcr his daughter. No
trace of them has been found since they
left the Boyd hotel Monday morning.'
Dropa Dead in Street.
Mrs. Thomas H. St ration dropped dead on
the street near Fourteenth and Q at 8.30
o'clock tonight of apoplexy. Mrs. Strat
ton, accompanied by a neighbor, was going
to the theater when elie suddenly screamed,
threw up ht-r hands and fell to the side
walk unconscious. She was carried into a
nearby hoiise and died within a few min
utes. Mrs. St rat ton was the wife of Thomas
H. Stratton, agent of the AetLa Insurance
comnanr. Besides a husband she leaves
mall delivered and gathered to the farm
era of York county. The postmaster at
Waco said that before the mall routes were
established there was only one dally paper
delivered to farmers, and at the present
time over 100 York county farmers, patrons
of the Waco office, were receiving every
day a daily paper. With the farmers' tele
phone and rural delivery, the farmers of
York county are brought closer together,
and they are as well posted as to prices
paid each day for stock and grain as any
dealer in ibe local nearby towns.
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Mnrh Snow la ' Promised Afflicted
Statea. hot Some Let
I p In Cold.
Jury had concluded Its work Mr. O. society of Central City formally oppned
Heath and mvself removed all of those, and lree re room. i-onre ana waiera
I took charge of them until they were used 1 served to about seventy-five suests.
at the preliminary hearing. This was on ' The object of the .omen of this society is
or about October 30. 1902." ' ,0 furnish a pleasant place for oui-of-to n
The cross-examination of this witness ' shoppers tu rest, leave parcels, etc.. and
elicited nothing more. Counsel for the 1 necessary accommodations are furnished.
state announced they would recall this wit
ness on other matters.
Whnt Mrs. I.II'le Snld.
Lewis Cren, ex-sheriff, was the first wit
ness this afternoon. He e-iid:
"I was at the Llllle residence about 6:10
on the morning of the murder and was
there about thirty minutes. Mrs. Clsra
Warren and o'hers were there. This was
after Mr. Llllle was removed to the hos
pital. The covers on the bed were turned
down and there was blood on the pillow
that was on the west side of the bed. The
blood was toward the east end of the
pillow. The blocd was ra'her on thi east
side cf the dent In the pillow. I noticed
a bullet hole In the curtain, window and
screen. I did rot examine these partic
ularly at that time."
Witness l.ere described the furniture
and Its location in the room:
"I was at the Llllle home agsln about
10 o'rlcrk, saw Mrs. Llllle at this time
TABLE AND KITCHEN
Tripe and Oyster Fricassee.
Butter Cakes. Cocoa.
Salmon Loaf. v Sauce Hollandalse.
Potato Balls. Stewed Peas.
Fairy Cream. Vanilla Sauce.
Oyster Omelet. Brown Tomato Sauce.
Nut Bread. Cocoa.
Chicken Pie. Stuffed Potatoes.
Cranberry Charlotte. Coffee.
The belief that oysters may be the means
is not unwarranted, as it is possible and
WASHINGTON, Feb 17. Forecast:
For Nebraska--Snow in west, fair In cast
portion Wednesday; Thursday, fair ex
cept snow In southwest portion.
For Iowa Partly cloudy Wednesday and uneasy about
not so cold In east portion; Thursday, In
For Eastern Texas Fair and not so cold
The family Is very proml- I Wednesday; Thursday, fair; light south
V- annnaaaatlAn with K T
asked Zr W thi."th.nl h.'ppened and.!,; i "-eying the -nfection of typhoid fever
said she was awakened by a pistol shot
and saw a man standing there and sh
threw herslf out of the bed. She said
that $3C0 were gone. I asked her if she
..1 ! Irant t V. I a ammint nf mnnv In th .
k a aha ..m .h. :,..iw h.d from ' germs. Although It has beer clearly
1100 to 150 in the house, that she was
it the day before bcause
not at all Improbable for them to become
1 ( n a-ltli tvnhnlft rarmi If thev arn
grown where they may be contaminated
by sewage which may contain these dis
sent in Lincoln.
Kew Block Abont Coaapleted.
HARVARD. Neb.. Feb. 17. (Special.)
The new Union btick block Is now about
ready for its tenants. A. V. Brown Co.
will occupy the first floor and basement
with a atock of hardware and a furniture
tock, having bought out W. C. Woodworth
yesterday. Mr. Woodworth retains his un
dertaking business, and will probably build
a amall room suitable for his business. He
has leased his building to Delaney Bros.,
who will occupy It with their drug stock.
Wife Gela Divorce.
FREMONT, Neb.. Feb. 17. (Special.)
The divorce case of Rose Conrad against
Peter H. Conrad cam up for trial in the
district court yesterday, and the defend
ant was given a decree, the custody ot
their five children and $1,250 alimony. The
For Western Texas Generally fair
Wedneaday; probable rain at night or
For New Mexico (ienerally fair Wednes
day; probably snow at night or Thursday.
For Arizona Generally fair Wednesday
and Thursday; fair in west, snow in east
portion Wednesday and probably Thursday;
colder Wednesday in western portion.
For Wyoming Fair in weat, snow in eaat
portion Wednesday; Thursday, fair except
probably anow In southeast portion.
For Montana Snow Wednesday, except
fair and colder In southwest portion:
Thursday,' probably fair.
For Oklahoma and Indian Territory
Fair and warmer Wednesday; Thursday,
increasing cloudiness and probably rain or
For Missouri Fair and not ao cold
Wednesday; Thursday, increasing cloudi
ness; possibly snow In weai portion.
For North Dakota Fair and continued
' proven by artificial inoculation of typhoid
; bacilli that danger from this source is pos-
the dogs had been poisoned and she had '. mere is very lime nss. ii auy. ..
seen a strange man in the alley." ; the suspected oysters are kept ave for
Witness . said he assisted In organizing I aeveral days after dredging. In salt water
a pesse to search the town thoroughly t ! that Is frequently changed (to wash out
see If any stringers uld be found In j the bacilli). It Is very unlikely that oysters
hiding Also all strangers were csrefully ' obtained in the shell or freshly opened in
looked after to learn their location that ! tbe markets can Introduce typhoid fever
morning. Men were sent In every dlr-etlon 1 even when eaten raw. as the bacilli In-
and all the cornfields were thoroughly I iroaucea mio ineir muin win u. ivo um
a few days. But nen uncertain or tne
"The second time I went Into the bed
room I took the range of (he bullet by
laying a pencil in tbe holes In the curtain,
glass and screen and they were in direct
range. They were about on a level. I
went out to look for 'he bullet. Amos
Smith and Mr. Flnley wnt with me. We
found what we supposed was the bullet
lodged in Mr. Roy's barn 300 feet east
of the Llllle home. This waa in range wl h
the bullet holca In Jhe curtain, gliss and
screen." The bullet was Identified by the
"I messured from the west side of the
bed and range with the bullet toles. and
feeding ground of your favorite bivalve It
is well to Inquire into tbe methods of
treatment employed by the oyster dealer
or else buv your oysters in tbe shell and
eliminate all dangerous conditions by the
salt diet process
Cooking the oyster will effect the same
object with even greater cei.ainty, but
by the ordinary process its digestibility Is
greatly diminished; and oysters are too
extravagant a form of food to be ervd
Light cooking Is permissible, anl If they
are lightly roasted In the shell they are
defendant, after putting up a vigorous fight
in the preliminary proceedings, did not cold Wednesday and probably Thursday,
appear on the trial, and his attorneys an- For Illinois Partly cloudy and not
Bounced that be would withdraw from the
Teachers' Association Meetlnat.
STANTON. Neb.. Feb. 17. (Special. )
Tbe seventeenth annual session of (he North
cold Wesdnesday; fresh oouth
Thursday, increasing cloudiness.
For Kansas Increasing cloudiness on
Wednesday and warmer in south portion,
Thursday, probably snow and colder.
Nebraska Teachers' association will be held J OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU, i ..id tbe door was locked securely tbe night ! mnt which
Columbus. commencing Wedneaday. OMAHA, r eb. lT.-Ottirtal record of tern- ! K.f,. ,, .v. ...nm,. h r.unl.r had k..r.i...
p raiure m;hi rrecipnaiiun cornjiarei' wlin
April 1, and continuing throughout the
week. Boards of education are requested
to so arrange the spring vacations that
teachers may be able to attend.
nearly if not quite as digestible as tbe raw
it was five feet, one and one-half Inches, j oyster", and far more palatable to many
From the northwest roruer of the bed to t tastes. Baking or ateaming in the shells
the bullet holes it was six feet and ten ; or out are often more convenient ways of
Inches, and from the southwest corner of . cooking than roasting, or. rather, grilling
the bed It wss five feet, six Inches to the I 0Ter the fire and their digestibility may be
bullet hole in the curtain. I had a conver- ' asgUred In this way, although their charac
sation with Mrs. Lillie at this time. She I terislic flavor is somewhat dimlnlsed. The
showed me the west kitchen door, and said oysters are not so frequently tbe cause of
that was where the burglar came Into the indigestion as is the company they are made
house. She said the key wsf lying on the ( to keep. They are served with milk that
I floor about ten tnrhs from tbe door. She I has perhaps ben boiled, and Is not an de
ls, under any circumstance.
harmonious to shell fish of any kind. The
before, and she supposed the burglar had
Fatal fm'.l frons Bridge.
PLATTSMOUTH. Neb.. Feb. :T.--(SpeciaI i
Telegram.) William Webb. tr;p'oyed on I
the Burlington bridge at this place, was
probably fatally injured as a result of fill- ,
Ing nearly sixty feet this afternoon. His
Maximum temperature ... 22
Minimum temi-rature ...12
Mian tem'iH-rature ....... fi
I precipitation T
day of the in three pushed the key out and unlocked the door.
27 4t 14
21 41 4
T T .J
About one week after this I had another
conversation with Mrs. Llllle. I aatd to
her that I had understood that most of the
life Insurance was made to the '.It tie girl,
and she said no. that $750 of the $8,000 was
at umuha toi tiia uay anO timw :rcn l ! to ESna ana tne oaiance was coming 10 ner.
liftiJ: We talked about the crime and who would
Normal temperature t; : have committed It. who could have had any
J. "I mV-I -f:. 1 motive for committing the crime. In
Normal irtc.pl at on
I etulei.t y for the ilay...
ftecord of tenner lure nd precipitation
... .03 in.-h
A Popular Wisconsin Girl Writes on
Miss Nettle Niemann. White Mound. Wis., writes:
The Peruna Hediclne Co., Columbus, Ohio:
"I have born filleted since childhood with a most un
pleasant catarrh of the head. Nothing I did seemed to
cure me and when I caught a cold my troubles Increased.
While visiting a friend I learned the real value of Peruna.
I had often heard It praised, but never paid serious at
tentionto It. Ty friend, however, had been cured of
catarrh by Peruna aud I decided to use It faithfully and
await result. I am glad to say that my greatest expecta
tions were realized and I was surprised to find how
readily 1 was cured nd how speedily. Within a month
all the catarrh was out of my system and I have not been
troubled a particle since. I do recommend Peruna for
catarrh." Hiss Nettle Niemann.
Pe-ru-na Makes Clean. Healthy Mucous
Membranes Catarrhal Diseases Disap
HE mucous membrane Is to
A side of the body what the tkln Is to
the outside of the body. It lin.s
every organ duct and cavity. Catarrli.il
Inflammation attacking cne part Is lialile
to spread to other par!. A neglcctd
cold or slight catarrh Is ofteu the cavsc
of lingering and dangerous catarrh.
Women are naturally more susceptible
to inclemencies of the weather than men.
With them a cold is often the starling
point cf some severe pelvic derangement,
causing much pain and buffering.
Kvery woman needs a re nrdy uprn w hich
the can rely to keep ner rystem fort.fieil
arainst the severe and trying vinier
the In- J I have caught a severe cold when suddenly
wea;her. If Peruna is
symtom of a cold it
develops Into some
taken at the Mist
Chilled after an evening party, and catarrh
for several weeks would be the results.
One bottle of Peruna cured me, and I shall
not dread colds sny more as I fi'ii."
At the lleidht of the Social Season
I'r-ro-nn la n Bleasinar t Women.
Edith M. Barnes. 607 Second St.. N. E..
Washington, D. C. writes: "I am pleased
to state that Peruna did me more good
than a vacation. Too many parties, thea
ters and late suppers had so undermined
my health thut the doctor advised a com
plete chance and rest for a year, but I
did not find this at all necessary after us
ing Peruna for five wet-ks. It acted like
ivill cure it before It maRic, increased my appetite, aided my di
annoying catarrhal! jest ion and induced restful sleep, all that
I needed to restore me to perfect health.
Decollete (innii nnd Catarrh. ; jhink It a most excellent remedy end :,
Miss Blanche Myers. 3120 Penn street, fine tonic for all worn out women." Edi.h
Kansas City, Mo., has th? following lo say M. Barnes
of Peruna: Miss Nellie Crow. 1114 Edith Place,
"During e8ch of the past four seasons ' Memphis, Tenn., writes:
"As I was cured
from a chronic rasa
of catarrh of tho
head. I am only
tco glad to :e.om
mend Perun.i. I
have had more
or less catarrh
ever slnco I can
remember and I
have tried dim
and loc or's
help me for th-i
time being. It Is to Peruna that I owe a
perfect cure." Miss Nellie Crow.
If you do not derive prompt aud satis
factory results from the use of Peruna
write at once to Dr. Hartman. giving a
full statement of your tase and he will
1 pleased to lve you his valuable advice
Address Pr. Kartman. President of The
Fartman f&nitarlum, Columbus, Ohio.
" Miss Nellie Crow.
The Perfect Food
Shredded IVhole IVheat Biscuit
is thrice cooked and spun
into hne shreds. b.ach shred
contains many thousands of
little pores which give great
surface for the digestive
fluids to act upon. It is crisp
and compels thorough mas
tication which insures Per
Poached or Scrambled Eggs on
Shredded Wheat Biscuit .
Moisten the Biscuit slightly with cold
water. Place small bits of butter on top.
Put in buttered pan in hot oven about
three minutes. Remove with pancake
tjrner to warm plate. Use as toast for
scrambled or poached eggs.
Write to-day and we will send you FREfc our Cook Book, illustrated in colors The Vital
Question which gives over 250 recipes. Address
THE NATURAL, FOOD CO.. Nia.tfa.ra Falls, N. Y.
practice of barbarism goes still further and
various kinds of pick'et. of themselves most
likely to disagree, are served with It.
When taken raw the oyster is properly
iegardd ts an easily dlgisted food. Chem
cally it contains the representatives of all
three nutritive constituents of tbe food.
Exclusive of its large per cent of liquid, the j
j oyster possesses a v ry small proportion of
one . Bolid nutriment. Ana the very small ;
of tho conversations I usked her how tight ! amount of fat or fuel substance they furnish
Eczema Can Es Cured.
Call at below named drug stores ard re
ceive a free Chronic Enema Satnple of
Remick's Eczema Cure
Take Scott's Emulsion for
scrofula. Children often have
sores on ihe neck that w on't
heal up. The sores may come
and go. Parents may not
know what's the matter nor
what to do. Scrofula is the
trouble and Scott's Emulsion
is the medicine.
Scott's Emulsion heals the
sores. But that is not all.
Scrofula leads to consumption.
This is the real danger.
Scott's Emulsion is the
"ounce of prevention" that
keeps off consumption.
Will aaa4 wm a buk u try. if y li.a.
KUTT KWt, t1 fml sua t. tw Ysrfc. .
I I'rrciplis.lon iice March 1 30.51 inches
l nci-r,cy eiiiia Alarm i tu Inch
LrfW''.ency tur cur. period, 192... (.47 Inches
Deficiency tor cor. period, 1j1... .li inch
I It r ort front Stations nt T P. M.
.("inch i it was. and-she said it was not light enough
CONDITION IF TUB
! Val-nllne. cloudy
j North f latte. cloudy
! Ch-yenne. partly cloudy
i Pa it Lake t'lty. clear ....
Kapid City, snowing
j Huron, partly cloudy ....
81. luuis. clear
Be. faui. ciea
KaiiMta City, cloudy
1 li i .uu
T In4icalea trace of precipitation.
I. A. WELSH.
Local Furcout official.
for her to discern who the man waa. I
asked her bow it v. as thst a man could 1
see to shoot Mr. Llllle lo a vital
spot like thst and she said the moon was
shining in on Mr. L'l'le's head, and it was
plain to be aeen; that she heard a noise
that woke her up. and she saw a msn
standing by tbe bed pointing a gun at, her,
and she Immediately threw herself off the
bed. I She said he wss a man, as aear as
she could tell, about as tall as Harvey and
had no beard, wore a cap or muffed hat,
and at this time she indicated bow he
stood by leaning over the bed."
The other testimony was substantially tbe
same as at the preliminary hearing. The
cross-examination of the witness elicited a
conversation between Mrs. Lillie and the
witness, wherein Mrs. Llllle assured him
that she had told him all she knew about
the murder, and that he ssked her to tell
him all about it and he would do all he
could to protect her. He alao advised her
to put hr trust In Cod. Witness also aald
that he went to the Lillie resl denes with a
detective by the name of Jorgenaon from
Omaha and introduced him aa Jones, but
told Mrs. Lillie thst he was a detective.
necessitates their combination with bread.
- 1 1 for Rarirtl.
BEATRICE, Neb.. Feb, IT. Sp4claI.)-
the treat remedy for Eczema, Pimples,
Dnndriifr, Skin Eruptions and Piles. In j
.... . ' faaM'M (II lt.IlK I111IUI IK I'll... Ill- VJ '
potatoes, rice or some Kind ot cereal wnen ( uklng Hemic k s Pepsin Blood -Tonic.
they are eaten to surpiy aciuai nucriuon.
While they are classed as tissue formers,
the nitrogenous ma'ter they contain may
not all be In the form of proteid, but partly I I have tried your Remlck s Ecsema Cure
. , ,v. . ,,,.,,,i. i,., i tlllr i on twelve of my customers bothered with
in form of other compounds lower in their ecl,.ma nd fkln ,rUlmlll. n eured every
nutritive value. ' one of them, it is the bet Ecrema Cure
The presence of glycogen, the particular
form in which the carbohydrates are pre
aented in the oyster, is contained in the
liver, which constitutes the larger propor
tion of the bivalve. In cases of diabetes,
in which a strict diet is being enforced, the
presence of carbohydrates renders the oys
ter most unsuitable and always to be
Avoid oysters thst have been "fattened."
unless you prefer appearance to quality, as
the.' lose from one-eighth to one-fifth of
their nutritive value by this process.
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S'MS KM IOK
anl Sore Throat,
Pks-fMmlis . J ? , on evsry
MiiUiii, of 9 'tfmm (6P- U.
Cured Twelve Customers
1 have ever used or sold. Hate baa cus
tomers use it for bsrber's itch, old sores,
chscped hands icnd piles. As yet I have
cot found a single case where It failed to
cur. You have a valuable remedy.
J. A. M CACLET.
For Sale by
Sherman A MeConnell Drug Co., IStb snd
Schsefer s. 16th and Chicago fits
Kuhn Co.. 16th and Dojglas Bts. '
J. H. Merchant, ltth and Howard 8U
C. A. Jdelcher. ti"l S St.. Boutc Omaha.
Goorge' S Davis, 2uu Wtsl Broadway,
Council Bluffs, la.
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A trip to New Orleans and return The Mardi
(Iras Sunshine and Flowers A month's recre
ation. Tickets on sale Feb. 17th to 22nd long limits
ami feto -overs allowed.
Particulars and Mardi Craa booklet at
Illinois Central Ticket Office, llul Farnam
W. H. BRILL, D, P. A.
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