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TTin OMATTA DAILY JlEEl SATIittlJA V, MAHCTT T. 1005.
all fixed ip m im
Dtmoorat nod Populist Gcnrenlion. Vert it
8trce T-.tce tnd PUcj
rXPLOITING CHRISTIAN GOVERNMENT
Governor Mlrkey la to Preside
Convention V hlrh Aeaemblea
t Lincoln ext Tnen.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN'. March 6. (Specls!.) C. T.
Bullnrk. aenrafarw th Mmilut ntl Man !
tral committee, bi.s Issued a call (or a con
tention Thursday trining. 'Tola la the tlnn
ael for the democratic convention. Both
ill be held at the Ancient Order of L'nltcd
Workmen hall. The committee recom
mended that the committeeman from each
ward Issue a call for a caucua Tuesday
evening. The call provide for 100 dele
gate, aa follows: First ward. 12; Sec
ond. 10; Third, J2; Fourth, 17; Fifth, 18;
Sixth, 13 and Seventh S.
For Christian (iTiramfil.
The state convention to eiploit Christian
principles of civil government will meet
in St. Paul's church ncvl Tuesday evening
' and will continue through until Thursday
evening. Governor Mickey will preside at
the opening session at 7: JO Tuesday even
ing and will deliver the address of wel
come. The contemplated program Is aa fol
lows: Tuesday evening:
To prrKlde, Governor J. H. Mickey.
7:3n Devot onal exerclea.
7:4.v Addresses ot wclrome by the gv
ernor and by Hev. B. M. Long of Second
8:10 Response to welcome and address by
Rev. tr. McAllister, LI ).. of I'lttsburg.
Pa., 'The Foundations o' Government."
HAa The young people's tneme, "Chris
tian Cttlr.eiiPhlp: short addresses.
To preside, frof. . William K. Fowler,
9:30 lievotlonal exercises. ''
:40 Address. 'The Klat!on the Bible
Sustains to the public School Svstcm."
Rev. u. O. Rowlands of the First Baptist
ln:io "Resullts That Must Follow the Rx
cluslon of the Blbla from the Schools;"
Kev. 1 P. LurHcn of the Lutheran church.
l:4 Oent-ral dlspusslo and resolutions.
2:30 Dvvotlonal exercises.
3:4( -Kxlstlng Law a It Affects the
Bible In the Schools," Rev. R. C Wylle of
l:10 "Need of Constitutional Safeguard!
for Our Christian lnstltutlone," Rev. H. H.
George, field secretary of the National Re
8M0 Grneral discussion and resolutions.
To preside, V. L. Wharton of St. Paul's
Ie;hodlst Episcopal church.
8:30 Address. 'The Blbla and Civiliza
tion," E, Benjamin Andrews, chancellor of
Nebraska State university.
To preside. Rev, H. T. Davis, D. D.
9:.T0 Devot lonnl'exercisea.
9:40 "Moral Klements In the Problem of
City Government," Rev. F. 8. Stein of Lin
10:10 "Remedies for Corrupt Government
In Cities and Elsewhere."
10:40 General discussion under last named
topic; adoption of resolutions.
To preside, A. H. Weir, merchant.
0 2:S0 Devotional exercleea.
i:40 "Whst Should the Government Do
to Stay the Progress of Intemperance?"
Rev. F. L. Wharton.
8:00 "What Can Government Do to Pro
tect the Sabbath?" Rev. C K. Swearlngen
of the First Preabyterlan church and Hev.
R. C. Wylle of Pittsburg, Pa.
i 9:40 "Divorce: Its Evils and Remedy,"
Judge E. P. Ho'.mcs. district court, IJnenln.
Neb., and Rev. N. S. Haynes of tha First
To preside, Rev. Joh- E. Tuttle, D. D.,
First Cona.ri'gationnl church.
7:30 Devotional exercises.-
7:40 Address, "The Acknowledgment of
God In Human Affairs." D. W. C. Hunting
ton, chancellor of the Nebraska Wesleyan
8:1& drM. 'rExpresHlp! tti Our Na-,
HonaV Christianity In Fundamental Law,"
Rev. McAllister of Pittsburg, Pa.
Tb funeral of Jennie Thomas, who killed
Fred , Broderxon and who died laat night
from' tha effects of self-inflicted wounda,
will be held at 1 o'clock Sunday afternoon.
RANCHMAN SHOT BY NEIGHBOR
Fend) af Several Years Rtaadla
finally Finds la a Traaedy
at O'Melll. -
O'NEILL, Neb.. March 6. (Special Tele
gram.) A young man named D. Slattery,
residing about four miles southwest of
O'Neill, today shot and killed Henry Shaw,
ranchman and neighbor. Bad blood had
existed for two or three yeara.
Tha particulars are hard to get, but It
appear that Shaw was crossing the Slat
tery farm and had beea forbidden to cross.
Yeong Slattery cam to O'Neill and gave
himself up. Ths shooting waa done with
a shotgun. Two persons witnessed the
, Beth Are Bad Murkamen.
TABLE ROCK. Neb.. March 6. (Special.)
News has Just reach4 here of a shooting
affray, which occurred yesterday. Just
across tha line In Marshall county, Kansas,
la the little town of Barrett, between Harry
Invitations to the opening
. , of the , new offices of the
Chicago, r.llwauktt & SL Paul Railway
at 1524 Farnam Street,
Omaha, March 7. If you do
. not receive yours, this will
be your invitation to call.
Three daily trains to Chicago,
from Omaha and other principal
points in the West. They
leave Omaha, 7.45 a. m.,
5.45 p. m. and 8.05 p. m.
f. A. RASM,
Isasral Western Agtt
a a eeee
- ' BEE
YOl'R NEIGHBOR'S FACE is
ore v.-u find in The Illus-t-t.d
Dee: It's '.he great
paper for home folks. People you are
well acquainted with are doing things
all the time and now and then some
thing of more than common Interest.
It Is thr-n The Illustrated Bee comet
In. This Is what makes this paper so
popular. But It doesn't confine Its
activities to the home folks; on the
contrary. It gives you each week as
much general Information as any of
Its competitors, treating of men and
events of the broad werld and Illus
trating them with fine' half -tone pic.
tures, made expressly for The Bee,
In this regard It Is' of- more than"
common Interest and 'value.
BENJAMIN II. BAMOWS s bfte of the
old-Uincc, having Wo sY real
dent of Nebraska for thirty year and,
more. He has Just been appointed
surveyor of the pott of Omaha. His
picture will be found on the front
page of the next number of .The
Illustrated Bee. i ,,mv , ,
SITES FOt AN OBStBVATORY; is a
special illustrated article tell
ing of the quest .of Mr. Perclval
Lowell and' otbar .scientists for an
Ideal spot for astronomical re
searches. It Is . Illustrated from
CENATOR JOHN C. SPOONtR la the
subject, or a personal. SKeicn,
along with which a nuniher of enter
taining anecdote of this distinguished'
gentlemen are told. A handsome pic
ture of the senator accompanies tha
Huw utltn lite Art ukljj la me
title of Mr. Frank G. Carpen
ter's closing article of hla series on
Holland. In It he tolls of the life of
the farmers and dairymen of Tbo
Netherlanda. It Is Illustrated from
photographs made among the people
by Mr. Carpenter.
BESIDES THESE FEATURES there mill
be found pictures of men and
women of Nebraska whose personality
has become of Interest to the public;
an article on the supreme court of
the United Statea by Justice David J.
Brewer; the uaual departments of
chatty comment, gossipy anecdotes of
well known people; ahort stories and
general miscellany, o that the num
ber will be found complete to every
particular. If you are not now a
subscriber, ' you should leave your
order with your newsdealer today.
Johnson of that place and Rev. Roy Fair-
child, who also Uvea there. The latter
eloped with the former' wife from that
place a llttlo over two month since. The
former shot eight times at the preacher
and the latter six times at Johnson. The
shooting was In a store. Johnson waa un
hurt, the preacher only slightly wounded.
Johnson' father lives here. There have
been do arreats.
Hook sis Ladder Officers.
BEATRICE. Neb.. March (.(Special.)
The Rough and Ready Hook and Ladder
company met last night and elected officer
for the ensuing year, aa follows: Ernest
Chlpperfleld. president; Lawrence Jones,
vice president; C. J. McClelland, secretary;
Charles Oudtner. treasurer; Pearl Drew,
foremen; Sam Berry, first assistant;' Roy
Drew,, second assistant; Webster Luberger,
rharsred with Attempt to Morder.
WAHOO. Neb.. March 6. (Special.) Jo
seph Zeman, a Bohemian, living gear
Prague, was lodged in the county Jail yes-
1524 rarmam Street,
t St Paul Railway.
terjsy. hergd with attempt at murder.
Last Monday Thomas Wolf, a plasterer, wss
In the saloon at Rescue talking to a friend
when he Was assaulted by Ceman, . who
struck him over the hrsd and face with a
quart beer glsss. Wolf csme to Wahoo
TueiJay and made the complaint. His
face was cut and his note almost severed,
besides being covered with blocd from heal
to foot. A warrant was Issued tor Zeman's
CAN IS FULL OF VALUABLES
Man Neat r!aisinaath Makes Larky
'Dine-over? While DIkbIbo; Hole
for a Post.
PLATTSMOUTH, Neb., March . (Spe
cial.) John Meyer, a farmer residing near
this city, was making some repairs rn his
barn, und while digging a hole for one of
he conuv posts, he brought to light an
old rusty tin can.
The weight of the can and the fact that
a wire was wrapped around It to keep tho
cover on. Indicated that It contained valu
ables. Investigation showed that the "And"
contained a gold watch, six $10 bills, a set
of sliver spoons, several gold rings and
otbes. small articles.
Th watch proved to be In fairly good
condition, although it will need some re
pairs before it will perform good service.
The bills were also In a fair state of
preservation. Indicating that they had not
been there for any length of time. T'.ie
atrange feature connected with the And,
however, la the fact that the teaspoons
bejougrd to Mr. and Mrs. Meyer, and their
pame "Meyer", waa engraved on each, hiv
ing been given to them five years ago aa a
The theory advanced Is' that a hired man,
who formerly worked on the place and who
was discharged last, fall, stole the vsluables
and placed them under ' the barn until
PROMOTING" ELECTRIC LINE
Applications for Right of Way Be.
,twMs Lincoln aad Omaha
ASHLAND, Neb., March 6. (Special.)
The first move toward the realization of
the new electric railroad was made at a
special meeting of the Ashland city coun
cil last night, when ordinance No. 106,
granting a franchise to the Omsha, Lin
coln & Beatrice Railway company was ad
vanced to third reading under suspension
of the rules and parsed without dissent.
The ordinance grants the company permis
sion to occupy the streets. The line will
be built north from Salt creek cotue where
near the east part of the city and will find
Its outlet to the northeast ' between the
public school building and tho creek. E. C.
Hurd and Harvey Musser of Akron, O..
were present at the taeetlng of the council.
They stated that It waa the intention of
the compaLy to build the line as soon as
the work could be done.
WAHOO. Neb., March 6. (Special.) H.
H. Wilson of Lincoln wa In Wahoo toda
and filed an ordinance with the city coun
cil asking for right-of-way for the Omaha,
Lincoln A Beatrice Railway company
through the streets of Wahoo. The com
pany will hold Wahoo harmless from all
damage sustained by abutting property.
ELOPES WITH NEPHEW'S WIFE
Fremont Man Flrat Marries Daaarhter
of the Woman with Wham
He Skips Oat.
FREMONT. Neb.. March (Special.)
Charles Kosbau of Ames Is in' town today,
trying to get some trace of his wife. Nora,
who left home Wednesday night; "At' the
same time, Charles' uncle, Chris, and the
latter' wife also departed. Charier is of
rery boyish appearance and Is but 22 years
old. HI wife, he says. Is 32, end his uncle
Chris Is also 32. Chris Kosbau and Mabel
Hodglna, who Is ssld to bo the daughter
of Charles' wife, were married hero Tups
day by Judge Brlggs, Mrs. Kcsbau giving
her consent. Charles is of tho opinion
that hi wife ha eloped with Chris. From
all appearances, Uncle Kcsbau has a very
strong affection for his nephew's wife, for
after he wss married his brld) lft with her
husband' slater, while Charles' wife and
Chris went to the Windsor hotel and reg
istered as Chris Kosbau and wife, Araej.
occupying a room together. They left
without paying their bill, but later Land
lord Allen met Kosbau and the woman he
represented as his wife and two girls at tb
depot and got his money. Tha psrifjn went
to Charles' home at Ames snd Wednes
day night disappeared.
Open New Pnblle Library.
FREMONT, Neb.. March . (Special.)
The Fremont public library was opened
this afternoon and in spite of the bad
weather was Inspected by a large number
of people. The building Is built of brown
pressed brick. On the right side of the
entrance Is the reading room, which Is
provided with round tables and chairs and
supplied with the leading magazines and
paper. In the reer of this Is tha refer
ence room. Qu the left is the children's
reading room, which Is fitted up the same,
except that tho chairs and tables are
smaller. The book room and librarian's
room occupy the center. In the basement,
which Is twelve feet In the clear. Is a hall,
seating 150 people, and whU'h will bs occu
pied at present by the Woman's club and
probably other organizations. At fhe left
are toilet rooms and a packing room. A
small book elevator leads to the first floor.
The woodwork Is quarter-sawed oak. The
building is heated by waste steim from the
pumping plant one block north. At pres
ent the library contains 3,000 rolumes
The affaire ct the '.ibrary ar conducted by
a board of nine citizens, appointed by the
mayor. L. M. Keene la president aad Miss
Daisy Splckard secretary. Miss Edith Mc
Donald is ltbrs:1an.
Illch School Debate.
HUMBOLDT, Neb.. March I. (Special.)
The annual session . cf the Richardson
County Teachers' association opened at
Salem this evening, with a fairly good at
tendance In spite of the Inclement weather.
The main ftrt of the program wtll be given
tomorrow, this evening being dovoted prin
cipally to the Richardson county high school
debate on the question, "Resolved, That
the average young man of today haa greater
opportunity to make life a success finan
cially than his forefathers." Representa
tives of the Verdcn, Hunboldt, Dawson
and Stella schools will afflrm, while Rulo,
Shubert, Falls City and Salem student will
deny the proposition.
Hastlnn; Want it Illab School.
HASTINGS. Neb.. March . (Special.)
At a meeting of tha school board held In
this city this week a resolution was adopted
to submit to the voters of Hastings a prop,
osttlon to vote bonds for a new S40.0OO high
school building. Thera is practically no
doubt that theue bonds will be voted ss tbn
site for the new bulldlrg haa already been
purchsred. The plot secured for this pur.
pose Is the nonh half of the block facing
on Fifth street, between Liiicoln snd Hast,
Inga avenue. This location will place the
new bulldios well towards tb center of
Rescinds Antl-Gaaahlln Order.
NEBRASKA CITT. Neb.. March . (Spe.
cial Telegram.) Mayor Bartling has re
scinded his order closing gambling houaes,
sod as a consequence all the gambling
house are la operation tonight.
DEADLOCK ON MANY BILLS
Dakota Legislature Waiting on Report o
ALL OTHER BUSINESS IS CLEARED UP
Each Hoaae Picks Oat Ita Moat !l tab
bora Members ts Make Mare
There la Vleldlna; and
Then W alla.
TIERRE. S. D.. March . (Special Tele
gram.) The house started in this morn
ing with a long calendar and kept a steady
grind until about 3 o'clock, whu the work
was practically completed, as the horseplay
commeu.-cd. which will be kept up until a
late hour tonight, after some kind of so
agreement la reached on a general appro
priation bill. How long this will tske re
mains to be seen, as the conference com
mittee of each house was selected for Its
stsylng powers. The senate conferees are
McDougall, Frlborg, Lawson, Williamson
and Northrup, while the house conferees
are Longstaff, Trumm, t'ralg, Allen and
The house ground out laws providing pen
alties for offering s premium to seeuro a
life insurance policy; fixing the compen
sation for ceunty superintendents of boards
of health; appropriating 130,000 to pay wolf
bounty deficiencies: providing an appropria
tion of $5,000 tor a sewer at ths deaf mute
school at Sioux Falls: providing for a state
deficiency tax levy of 1 mill on the dollar;
providing for organization of societies to
prevent cruelty to animals, and a number
of minor laws. By some means the house
bill passed yesterday' mWrntng to tax min
ing stock failed to get Into the senate until
this morning, which made it too late to
get through that body. In line with tht
Allen, the introducer of' the' bill, today
moved the appointment of a committee to
Investigate the reasons and Messrs. Allen.
Craig and Carroll were .appointed as such
committee, a report being returned ' by
then later to the effect that the clerk hni
taken down bills passed, just prior to and
after the tax bill. Implicating the clerk
In the work, but making po specific charges
as to why. The, bill to allow wholesale
druggists to soli., liquor, without license,
which was killed a few days ago, camo
back from the senate as a new bill and
Allen movod Indefinite , postponement, as
the house had "thrown the first bill through
the celling" and he saw no reason why
this one should not follow, which It did.
Several days ago the senate adopted a
resolution raising pay of all employes and
clerks 50 cents per day , from the agreed
price for both houses at the. opening of the
ser.jlon, but the house refused to ta'te any
such action. Tho raise In the senate ne
cessitated a new appropriation bill to meet
tho additional expense and it was hurriedly
passed Jn the senate and sent to the house
That body , rtfurej to pass the senate bill
until it had been pared to a point whero
the SO-cent raise could not be met, and as a
result, unless the senators pay the raise
themselves, the anticipated extra will not
come to the aenate clerks.
The senate today held .a short session,
passing a few unimportant, house bills which
bad been left on its calendar, and took au
adjournment until night t? wait for action
on the general appropriation bill.
The present session will be a, record
breaker in the fact that both houses cleared
their calendars of all bills' before the after
noon adjournment, leaving: only conference
work for the night session, besides the
usual horseplay. 'The (otat appropriations
of tho session outside of the general bill,
are 1667.117. "f '-J .,";.. "
, Governor Jlerreld to'plgh appointed and
the setfhte eonnrroed Tbontai Fitch .of Mlli
bank and A. O. Stuvtr of Kimball as com
missioners of the Soldiers Home board, to
fill vacancies by expiration' of the terms of
A. Vaneadell and Harvey Ounderson.
STOCK IS IN P00r CONDITION
Hay Short aad Losses Dnrlna; the
SpvlusT Storms Bapeeted to
. ; Be Heavy, '
CHEYENNE, Wyo.; March 6. (Special.)
Unpleasant weather has prevailed in this
section for two days. Tuesday night con
siderable snow fell and for the last thirty
six hours the country has been enveloped
in a heavy fog. ' The mist freezes to every
thing it touches and this has added dlj
comforts to those who are compelled to be
out of the range. This kind of weather
does stock no good and owners are in any
thing but a pleasant frame of mind as a
result. Stock Is gett'ng weaker, the supply
of hay is growing smaller end smaller and
unless a very early spring prevails the
losses in this state wtll.be considerable,
SYBILLE, Wyo.. March 6. (Special.)
Stock la this section is in poor condition.
Nearly all ranchmen are snort of bay and
will lose heavily. - So far there have been
no serious ' losses,- but the usual spring
storms will work havoc among the herds
and flocks in this section. ,
Sprlnsr Prospect Good.
STUROIS. S, ,D.. March 6. (Special.) -
Meade county farmers are already begin
ning to look forward toward spring. They
are of the opinion that crops this year will
far exceed any former year In the history
of the Black Hills country. Present Indi
cations are to the effect that stockmen of
the ceunty will bring their cattle through
the winter with scarcely any loss.
Delay In Leaving Made.
FORT MEADE, 8. D., March (. (Spe
cial.) The order setting the 16th ss -the
day of departure for the Philippines of ths
third squadron of the Thirteenth cavalry
at this post has been revoked by the de
partment and they will not leave until the
21st of the present month.- The two troops
of tho second squadron, now at Fort Keogh,
are expected to arrive here next week.
BOY KILLED BY A FLY WHEEL
Fossa Dend by Engineer
After He Is Seen t
" Knter Ream.
BEATRICE, Neb.. Msrch (Special Tel
egram.) Nets Nelson, a 18-year-old boy.
as killed In the elevator of the Central
Oranarles company at Ftlley about 10
o'clock this morning.
He as engaged in loading a car of corn
and as ibe spout choked up he went Into
the uijlie room to see if the mvchlnery was
working all rl'ht.
Shortly after he entered the engineer
beard a noise and going to the room he
found Nelson lying dead near the flywheel
of the engine with his head badly crushed.
It is supposed that he met death by being
caught In the belticg. The coroner will
bold an Inquest.
Literary am. Mnslcal Proarom,
' BEATRICE. Neb.. March . (Special.)
The Northwestern Business College Lit
erary society held a meeting last night, at
lMnO Iniar su Sft
A awwa)f lor eoaa"ia homrt
aM, thrmmt aussf tuy tranaJau
ol Im Saim aay. AH ImttmUof.
Enthnataattn Letters from Gratefnl
'Women Who Itesrard Pe-rn-na
aa Their Safesrnard.
Miss May Stevenson, 110 Hamilton ave
nue, Brooklyn, N. Y., writes:
"One half of the world little knows
what the other half suffers. Little
have my friends known of the humil a
tlon and worry I suffered for years on
account of catarrh of the head and
"I used inhalers, snuffs and catarrh
remedies until 1 hated the sight of
medicines and grew discouraged. List
fall one of my friends said, 'Why
don't you use Peruna? It cured me
and It will cure you.' I decided to try
It almost as a last resort, and It was
lucky that I did, for In less than three
weeks I was entirely well. Accept a
happy and grateful plrl's thanks."
l'e-rn-na Protects Aicalnat Colda.
Miss Flora Wllscn, 2472 Seventh avenue,
New York City, writes:
"For anyone who Is as susceptible to colds
and coughs as I am, Prruna Is a blesclng. I
am never too careful and am always catch
ing cold, which sometimes develops Into an
annoying catarrh of the head. Peruna I
have found is excellent for this, being very
quick In Its action, besides being a mcst
excellent tonic." Miss Flora Wiison.
Pe-rn-na Cared a Bad Cold In Three
Miss Helen Sauerbler, St. Joseph, Mich.,
"Last winter I caught a sudden cold
which developed into an unpleasant ca
tarrh of the bead and threat, depriving
I me of my appetite and usual good spirits.
A friend who had been cured by I'eruna
advised me to try it and I sent fcr a bot
tle at once, and I am glad to say that in
which time a literary and musical pfograra
waa rendered, after which a debate was
held. The question debated was, "Re
solved, That Women Should be Given the
Right of Suffrage." The affirmative was
represented by V. C. Thompson and Miss
Clara McCalpIn and the negative by Clcnn
Klrkbrlde and George Davis. The Judges
decided in favor of the former.
Beatrice Republican Prlmorlea.
BEATRICE, Neb., March 6. (Special.)
The republican primaries will bs held next I
Tuesday, March 10, and thero promises to
be a lively scrsp among the candidates
for the various oftlcc3. The time fr filing
petitions on th republican ticket closed
yesterday and the following hava fl ed peti
tions with the secretory of the city cen
tral committee: Mayor, M. E. Shultz; city
clerk, T. H. Burke; treasurer. H. J. Ran
dall, C. J. Wooldridge, J. E. Janes; water
commlsf loner, O. K. Reedy, J. R. C. Field;
sounctlmen. First ward. L. A. Broggs.
Jchn Jackson. Henry Srhmutte; Second
ward, H. L. Hsrper. E. W. Clancy; Third
ward, Conrad Strch. Harry Fcrd, M. Sly
hoff. A. T. Milburn; Fc:rth ward. J. F.
Macy, F. D. Kees; pol'ce judge. J. A. Calll
son; Board of Education. B. H. Begale, D.
B. Penrod, J. A. McCal'ura, George Ark
wrlgbt; comultteemen. First ward. Hunter
MUlen; Second ward, M. A. Mctzgcr;
Third ward, W. D. Moore; Fourth ward,
M. L. Kort.
Elect superintendent Karlv.
HUMBOLDT. Neb., Merch . (Special.)
The Board of Education cf this city this
week closed a contract with Trof. R. L.
H:ff by the terms of which the latter con
tinues the work of superintending the city
schools for another year at an increase of
Knsrlae Mors Through Bridge.
HUMBOLDT. Neb.. March . (Special.)
A traction engine belonging to the thresh
ing outfit of James McDougall of this city
went through a small bridge northwest of
three day the
loosened, sad I
felt better, my
ed snd within
nine days I 'was In my usual health."
Miss Helen Sauerbler.
Mrs. Leslie Carter Sayai "Pe-rn-na la
Sure to Prevent a Cold."
Mrs. Leslie Carter, probably the most
prominent actress In America, says ths
following of Peruna:-
"Peruna is sure - to prevent a cold. It
will stop a cough
before It becomes
settled It cures
all catarrhal of
magic. No money
could tempt me
to be without
this remedy for
even a day. It is
Just the remedy
all women need.
women that aro
exposed to the
vlclss I t u d e of
Mrs. Ieslle Carter.
climate as I am.
"I never neglect an opportunity to recom
mend this remedy to aiy friends. It is
America's greatest remedy for America's
ereatest enemy, catarrh and catarrhal af
fections. I would not have catarrh for
a million dollars, and as long ns I have
Peruua at hand to check the slightest
symptoms of its approach, I feci perfectly
safe from this disease. N. Leslie carter
Any one who wishes perfect health must
be entirely free from calarrn. catarrn
is well nigh universal; almost omnipres
ent. Peruna Is tho only absolute sate
guard known. A cold is the beginning of
catarrh. To prevent colds, to cure colds.
Is to cheat catarrh of Its victims. Peruna
not onlv cures catarrh but prevents u.
Every household should be supplied with
this great remedy for coughs, colds and
town yesterday afternoon, damaging the ma
chine considerably, but doing no injury to
the driver, who Jumped and came out o.'
the wreck v.lth only a sprained back. Con
siderable difficulty was experienced in get.
ting the engine up on the highway again.
Flan la Title to City Properly.
HUMBOLDT, Neb.. March . (Special.)
Through an attempt of Mrs. Sarah Bracelen
of this city to transfer her property last
week was brought to light the fact that
there Is no record of the government pat
ent to the land In the Luther Nlms addi
tion to the city of Humboldt. This l one
of the principal parts of the ctty, some of
tho lots lying within a block or two of
the city park. The matter has been taken
up at Waal.ingloo and the record will be
cleared, as tbe flaw covers the titles of all
freeholders of that section.
Crowd at Library lleneflt.
YORK. Neb.. March . (Special.) The
large Mothodlst church was crowded nearly
to overflowing br cltlsens of York who at
tended the entertainment of the Lyrlo
quartet of York, lu a beneftt for thr public
library. Each number was encored and it
was after 11 o'clock before tho final num.
ber of the program waa reached. It was
the musical event of tbe season.
A. O. V. W. Banquet.
ASHLAND, Neb., March 8 (Special.)
The members of the Ancient Order of
United Workmen of this city gsve a ban
quet at their ball Wednesday evening.
, A grain and fruit Coffee nourishing and invigorating.
OLD BY ALL, GROCER.,
Regard Pe-ru-iia os Their
Coughs, Colds, Grip
Mis Lenore Allen, 407 Dowel! street, San
Francisco, Cal.. Writes:
"I consider Peruna an Infallible remedy for
catarrhal diseases. For several years I have
been troubled with Influenza, especially durlnr
our rainy season. I used to catch cold so easily
that I was afraid to be out when the weather
was the least bit Inclement, or In the evening air.
But since I have used Peruna I have nothing
whatever the matter with mo. I am In perfect
health, and find that Peruna acta as a tonic, and
seems to throw all sickness and dlsrase out of
the body. I to anywhere now and In all kinds
of weather, ssem to have an Iron constitution
and enjoy life because I enjoy perfect health."
A Wamaa of National Fame L'aee 1.
rn-na la Her Family.
Mrs. Belva Lock wood, the eminent bar
rister of Washington, D. C. is the only
woman who has ever been a candidate for
the' Presidency of the United States. "She
Is the best known woman in America. As
the pioneer of her sex. in the legal pro.
fesston she has fathered fame and fortune.
In a letter to ths Peruna Medctn Company
she says: ,
"I have used your Peruna both for
myself and my mother, Mrs. Hannah
J. Bennett, now In her 88th year and I
find It an Invaluable remedy for cold,
catarrh, hay fever and kindred dis
eases; also a good tonic for feeble and
old people, or those run down, and
with nerves unstrung;." Belva A.
A cold is the beginning of catarrh. It
may cause catarrh of any of the Internal
ofgans the head, throat, lungs and stom
ach, especially. A remedy tbt will cure
a cold, then, would cure all these direct
effects of colda. Peruna Is such a remedy.
We have letters from all over the United
States attesting to this fact. The poor
and rich alike use and recommend it. A
book of testimonials !n the exact words
of the writer sent to any address free of
charge by The Peruna Medicine Co., Co
Colds are considered one of the necessary
ills of life. One Is liable to catch cold
both summer and winter. Very of.en a'
cold is the starting point or cause of a
lengthy and dangerous catarrhal disease.
Colds are always dangerous and should
never be neglected a day.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna
write at once to Dr. Hartmao. giving a
full statement of your rase and he will
bs pleased to give you hi valuable ad
Address Dr. Hartman, President of The
Hart man Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio.
About seventy-five members were present
and enjoyed a good time, a lap supper of
sandwiches snd coffee being served.
GOVERNOR MAY SUCCEED SELF
Jadae Orders Kentnekjr Executive's
Mama Bronht Before Dema
VERSAILLES. Ky.. Msrch . Judge Can
trill. In tho Woodford circuit court this
afternoon, ordered Allle Young, chairman
of the democratic state committee, and tbo
coinocratle committee to placo Governor
Beckham's name on the ballot to be voted
for at the democratic state primary as
candidate for governor. Young had refused
to because of the question raised as to Mr.
The attorneys for the defendsnt lmmedl
stely entered exception and an appeal was
granted. Tbe purpose of tbe procedure Is
to establish Governor Beckham's eligibility
to succeed himself as governor.
To Kevr York or Philadelphia
via the Lehigh Valley railroad. Double
track. Stone ballasted. Magnificent trala.
Dining cars a la carta. Stop-over allow.nl
at Niagara Falls.
River ToncUee the Carbine.
LOUISVILLE. Ky.. March 6 The Ohio
river touched Hie curbing at the foct f
Fourth slret today, the highest of the sa
nen. but the danger line hi.s nut tx-eu
reached. Heavy rains are reported In
southern Kentucky. t
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