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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, MAIIC1I 12, 1003.
SHE riADR A CHANGE.
A fharlealoa Mother 1114 No with Ad
Taatane to lleraelf ! ( hlldrea.
A mother lirlng In Charleston. Mm., the
happy possessor of four chlllren. writes:
"Every (ill anl winter I hare laid in
lock of rough remelies. croup mixtures
anil throat medicines for my children, for
ometiow or other they never seem to be
Iree from cold, coughs or Bore throat.
This fall I made a change In the usual
program. I had myself been cured of an ob
stinate catarrh from which I had suffered
for Tears, by Stuart's Catarrh Tablets, and
a they were pleasant to take, I determined
to try them win my children. Our family
tbyslclan told me he knew them to he per
fectly safe and nothing better could be
used for catarrh, coughs and coids.
80 I gare them to the children and have
continued to do 10 erer since, whenever
there Is the least sign of croup or sore
throat, and I no longer dread the approach
or cold weather as I once did.
Stuart's Catarrh Tablets not only cured
me of chrome nasal and throat catarrh, but
they have saved mc many an anxious night
with my lilt!" ones. . The children like the
taste of them and It is really wonderful
how quickly they will break up a rroupy
cold or an obstinate, deep-seated cough."
People who have used sprays, inhalers,
alvea or waehes for catarrh and have
found how useless they are will be agne
sbly surprised at the results following the
use of a pleasant, conrenlent Internal rem
edy In tablet form. Druggists every
where admit that Stuart's Catarrh Tablet,
which sell for BO cents for full slied vi--tge,
Is the safest, most effective and popu
lar of catarrh medicines.
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Omaha Neb. Cor. lata and Dodge.
We hereby certi'y Tat ta J particulars
shewn as regarding th.t ca.se conclusively
prove that the suflerer as shown in this
j Jioto, taken before treatment, was cleared
of all taint of the disease by D. D. D., the
wonderful new prescription for skin affec
We nave never known anytning mors
wonderful in medicine than the work rf
this remcdv. Cases cured since we have
been handling it have fully equaled th:
record of it shown us before taking it for
It can be depended upon fully. Price, $1
per bottle. Money refunded in all cases if
not satisfied with results after trying a bot
tle of it.
and Delightful Flavor arc i
This whisker pos
sesses a flavor that has
won for it the praise
ul connoisseurs and a
purity that causes phy
sicians to recommend
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snd headache or soul
itomach never fallows
its use. For sale al
the leading cafes, drug
ktorrs and bars.
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FREIGHT CARS IN DEMAND
Firth Rhip-er Aiks Court to Compel Rail
r.ad to Keep Him Eupp'iei
RAILROAD MAN MANGLED BY AN ENGINE
National Reform Asaorlatlaa Attracts
Mnar to tae Capital Kanloa
lala Hold Their PrU
(Krnm a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, March 11. (Special.) W. J.
Crandall. oaner of an elevator and mill at
Klrth, this county, has btgun 'an action in
the district court to compel the railroads
to furnish him cars in which to ship out
his stored up grain.
Mr. CranJall asks. In this petition, that
the company be compelled, by a writ of
mandamus issued by the court, to forth
with furnish and supply to him all cars
for the transporation of his grain and mill
products that may be tendered the Bur
lington for shipment and that he be granted
equal grain facilitlea as his competitor At
that point and that no discrimination be
The petition, which is quite lengthy, re
cites that the relator is the owner of a
large elevator at Firth and yearly transacts
a big ousiness; that It Is now and for some
time has been loaded to its full capacity.
He says that it Is necessary for the trans
action of his bustDesa that he have proper.
facilitlea and cars. Ho also operates a
mill, which grinds many hundreds of bush
els of grain yearly. He has also a com
petitor, the Farmers' Grain and Lumber
company, and be Insists that as a matter
of law and of right he Is entitled to the
aame facilities as this competitor; but that
the compsny has notified Its agent at Firth
to give preferential treatment to this other
grain company and to count against him In
the distribution of cars ..as grain cars all
that he uses, both for the shipment of grain
and mill product This. is a rank discrim
ination, he Insists, and he wants It 'recti
fied. From January 1 until February 13 he
shipped thirty cars of grain and forty-one
cars of mill stuff, but could have shipped
thirty more if the cars had been available.
He Insists that the company gives him for
both businesses the same number of cars
per month as furnished his competitor fo.
Its single business -of shipping grain, not
withstanding he does much the greater vol
ume of business, the result of which will be
to transfer a part of his grain business to
his competitor. That this Is wrong he sub
mits. Is shown by the fact that there Is a
separate classification for grain and mill
Killed br Switch Engine.
John Jonas, employed in unloading coat
for the supply department of the Burling
ton was run over end killed by a switch
engine early this morning. The body and
face of the man were badly mutilated and
both legs were cut off below the knees.
The accident occurred near Havelock. The
switch engine was backing on the store
house track. Jones was standing on the
rear front beard and fell in front of the
engine. The dead man was 43 years of
age and leaves a widow and Ave children.
National Reform Association.
The state convention of the National
Reform association began Its session at the
St. Paul church last night and will con-
inue until Thursday evening. Many prom
inent clttzene from out In the state and
elsewhere are present. Last night Rev.
Mr. McAllister and Mrs. H. H. George of
Pittsburg. Pa., and Rev. B. M. Long de
livered addresses. At this morning's ses
sion Rev. H. O. Rowlands delivered an
address on "The Relation the Bible Sus
tains to the Public School System.". This
wss followed by a talk by Rev. Luther ' P.
Ludden on "Tlie Results That Must Fol
low the Expulsion of the Bible From the
The denocrats and populists held cau
cuses last night and selected candidates
for membership In the city council and
delegates to the city convention to be held
Thursday- evening. The Seventh ward
democrats endorsed George Hiber, a silver
republican, for the mayoralty candidate
and It Is generally believed that he will
land the nomination in the convention.
Haabaad and Wife laaane.
Mrs. Francis W. Brooks of Weeping
Water was brought to the Lincoln asylum
for the Insane this morning. In May, 1901,
her husband. J. W. Brooks, was admitted
Ho the asylum and constant worry over her
husband's condition has wrecked her own
mental powers. J. W. Brcoks wss formerly
In the grain buFlness in Weeping Water
and worry over business matters dethroned
his reason. Every few weeks since his
Incarceration Mrs. Brooks has been a vis
itor at the asylum to see her hosband.
The constant worry over his condition
Dually drove her insane.
strike Sltnntloa Improves.
NEBRASKA CITY. March 11. (Special
Telegram.) The strike situation st the
Argo Starrh works is conrlderably lm
proved tonight. The Federation of Labor
disclaims the responsibility for the strike,
claiming that the men merely went out
individuals. The management of the
company has given the employes notice that
all men returning tomorrow will be put to
We wnnt a boy
in every town to
work for us after
school hours and
Over 3000 boys
now at the work.
Some make $10.00
to $15.00 a week.
who is willing to devote a few
hours each week to this work can
earn many dollars selling
Among neighbors sod relatives. He
can begin at once. Absolutely aa
nioasy required te start. Write us
to day and we will send the first
week's supply of ten copies free.
These are sold at 5 cents each, and
will provide capital to order the neat
week's supply at wholesale rates.
ia Extra Cask "rises Heat Malta
kklt roulainiac photographs ol sum
af oar m.wt urrtitt hov acaia. wast
Uttats Idlmg bow thrv w.xk. sum tree.
Tne Cartss PwbMshne Camainr
4T Arch Stoat. PalUxtolphia. Ha.
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work and the Indications are that the
majority will return. Enough men ran be
secured to run the factory even if they re
fuse and no further trouble is expected at
the plant for the present.
Plan to Vote l.lrease.
HUMBOLDT. Neb., March 11. (Spe
cial.) Interest In municipal affairs was
awakened last week by the presents
tlon to the city council of a peti
tion signed by a number of cltlxens
asking that body to submit the question of
license to a vote of the people en a sep
arate ballot and without regard to the ques
tion of candidates. Last night at an ad
journed meeting the council tool; up the
petition, but decided to take no action until
both caucuses had agreed to abide by the
result if the plan were adopted. In the
meantime a caucus of the temperance ele
ment has been called for Thursday night.
the call being signed by Dr. J. G. Cox,
chairman, and the avowed purpose Is to
nominate a straight intl-license ticket.
The license element held an Informal
caucus last night and selected a conference
committee. Instructing it to counsel with
the antl-llcer.se element and If agreeable
call a Joint convention for the purpose of
selecting one ticket of representative busi
ness men satisfactory to both factions,
whose duty It would be to grant license or
not ss the voters might direct at the com
Faraser Haa.boldt Mas lajared.
HUMBOLDT. Neb.. March 11. (Special.)
Friends In thH city of Charlie Wands
hsve learned of a serious and perhaps fa
tal accident which befel him on Sunday
evening while out riding with some com
panions st his home in St. Joseph. The
team took fright at a locomotive and ran
away throwing out his three companions
but Wands, who was driving, held to the
lines and only came out of the wreck with
bis life. His left leg was frightfully
crushed and amputation will be necessary,
and at the Mme time the left shoulder
was dislocated and he sustained severe
bruises. The physicians at the hospital
think the victim will recover. Wands IS
well known throughout this section of Ne
braska, having for many years operated an
engine on this line of the Burlington, and
was also the owner of some fancy horse
flesh, bring a familiar figure at all the
racing meets. For several years be has
been associated with his brother George
In conducting the Pullman cafe at St.
Valaable Horse Stolea.
AINSWORTH, Neb., March 11. (Special
Telegram.) The news was brought to town
this morning of the theft of a valuable
horse and saddle from the Shepherd ranch
on the Niobrara the night of March 10.
Tho sheriff set to work immediately on the
case and already has a clue as to the guilty
party, while surveillance Is being kept over
several others who" acted as accomplices.
The arrival this morning of Ed Blakey, a
stock detective. Is significant, and predlc
tionSi are made that several arrests will be
made within the next twenty-four hours.
VlllatTe of Memphis Incorporates.
MEMPHIS, Neb., March 11. (Special.)
As a result of recent meetings and peti
tions of the cltliens the village of Memphis
has at last been incorporated. The county
commissioners at Wahoo appointed the fol
lowing officials to serve until an election Is
held: Trustees, John Anderson, president;
Samuel Campbell, Eugene Merrlam and
John Winter; clerk, Floyd Seybolt; mar
shal, Samuel Merrlman. Arrangements will
be made as soon as possible by the new
officers to build new sidewalks and other
wise Improve the town, y
Celebrate Sliver Weddla.
TABLE ROCK. Neb., March 11. (Spe
cial.) Several of the relativea, friends
and neighbors of Mr." and Mrs. A. A. WI6V
deOeld, living one mile north, assembled
at their residence at the hour of noon yes
terday with well filled baskets, to remind
them it wss the 25th anniversary of their
wedded life. Numerous mementos of tho
occasion were left and all report It aa
being a very enjoyable occasion.
sea for Commission.
WEST POINT. Neb.. March 11. (Special.)
An interesting law suit wss tried before
a jury here yesterday wherein Postmaster
Elliott sought to recover 1200 from Chris
Hunke. a farmer, tor a commission for the
sale of land. The Jury gave Elliott 1150.
The land In question Is only ordinary farm
and and was sold at $78 per acre. The
case will be appealed to the district court.
Peaeh Crop la Injured.
HUMBOLDT. Neb.. March 11. (Special.)
There is quite a controversy among the
fruit men of the county over the con
dition of the fruit crop, but the prevailing
sentiment loyally is that the last severe
cold snap destroyed the peach crop, almost
entirely, and injured other fruit to a con
Qnlck Work oa Marder Trial.
BUTTE. 'Neb.. March 11. (Special Tel
egram.) The Gray murder trial today was
a record breaker. The trial commenced at
9 o'clock this morning, pleas made, instruc
tions given snd case submitted to Jury
at 9 o'clock this evening. The case was
fought on the Issues outlined yesterday.
Voanai Woman tiela Kortaae..
NEBRASKA CITY, Neb., March 11
(Special.) J. M. Hunter, who recently died
near Minneapolis, left almost his entire
estate to Miss Gertrude Davis of Nebraska
City, to whom he was engaged to be mar
ried. Miss Davis will make her home In
Minneapolis In the near future.
Beatrice Mas Uoea to Chicago.
BEATRICE. Neb., March 11. (Special.)
Walter Morrison, who has been manager of
the local office of the Povl Telegraph com
pany for several years past, haa acceptej
poaltira with the company at Chicago.
Ha Is succeeded by C. J. Sco&eld of Ne
Twealr-Pllth Weddlnc Aaalver.arr.
BEATRICE. Neb.. March 11. (Special.
Mr. and Mi. Henry Spahn, old and re
spected German residents of Beatrice, cel
ebrated the'.r J5ih wedding anniversary
yesterday by a sumptuous dinner given to
a few friends aud the family.
Swrth Pole Search Altaadaned.
After spending four yeara In a fruitless
search for the north pole the little band
of explorers returned home much the worse
for the dangers and hardships endured.
Until different methods are adopted it
seems useless to mske any further attempt
te locate it. It la also useless to try to
cure nausea, Indigestion., heartburn, belch
ing, dyapepsla, biliousness or malaria, fever
and ague, unless you use Hostetter'a
Stomach Blttera. No ether medicine la
as good. Try a bottle and see for yourself.
For sale by all druggists.
Board af Charities Orataalaea.
SIOUX FALLS. 8. D.. March 11. (Spe
cial Telegram.) At the regular meeting In
this city of the members of the State
Board of Charities and Corrections, the
board was reorganised by the re-election
of D. C. Thomas of Watertown aa chair
man and the aelection of W. E. Tipton of
Armour aa secretary. During the meeting
J. . Lavla of Aberdeen,' who baa been a
member of the board during the paat two
years, tendered his resignation.
('annaar far t hleaata.
DOVER, Del.. March 11 A charter was
Issued today to the Klrby Securities com
pany, Chicago; capital, Jl, 000,004.
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Whipi Urrnly Strike Crowd and DrWes
Wagon TLrongh It
KANSAS CITY TEAMSTERS QUIT WORK
Attack Xosaslss Mea, Cat Haraeaa,
Threw Ktoaea aad Bring Police
Revolvers Lett al as; Karl a la
Effort ta Keep Order.
i pretation of the rules only such business
KANSAS C1TT, Msrch 11. Violence ac properiy belongs to the matters under
companled a str.ke today of 211 drivers consideration In executive session should
employed by the fourteen transfer com- , be presented at this extra session of the
panys of the city, who went out this morn- B(.nate.
lng for an Increase In wages snd recognl- ' He m)(j ,t onlT confUBei the record to
tlon of their union. Perhaps half a hun- have 0,hpr DUgncgg transacted now, as It
dred men were employed during the day j woui,i ,I( n,T t0 reintroduced at the
to take the places of the strikers, though rrgujar sion In December,
but little work was accomplished by them. Mr Allison (la.) offered a resolution.
During the afternoon strikers and their , whlch he said ho thought waa proper at
sympathisers gathered In large numbers at j tns time authorising the committee on
severs! points In the west bottom and held j TUf, to re-examine the rules of the senste,
up wagons driven by nonunion men. At the ( wltn the view to ascertaining what changes.
Burlington freight depot the police were ; lf anTi ,re necessary, and especially to
forced to draw their revolvers to disperse ; make Inquiry whether It Is expedient to
a crowd that had cut the traces of teams , way umt debate In the senate, and
hitched to two loaded wagona. At another ' f ra, to what extent.
point George B. Evans, an employe of the j xno resolution further provides that the
American- Express company. In attempting , committee Is authorised to sit during tho
to disperse a crowd that was throwing 1 recess of the senste and they are directed
stones at a driver, Bred a shot Into the ' to submit a report to the senate of their
ground. N. N. Latin, a striker. Interfered ! conclusions as soon as practicable after
and made a move as though to draw a J the beginning of the session next Decem
knife. Both men were arrested. Later j Der. The resolution was referred to the
Mrs. Evans, wife of the man arrested, j committee to audit and control the con
whipped the leaders In a crowd that In- tlngent expenses of the senate.
terfered with the course of
a wagon on j
which she was riding. Later she took .
charge of a wagon belonging to the Swof- would at a later date introduce a resolu
ford Dry Goods company and, unaided, tlon directing the committee on rules also
drove It through the crowd.
In Mulberry street, between Ninth and
Tenth, a crowd blockaded the thorough
fare and threatened the nonunion drivers.
Mrs. Keetah Tlbheta.
TARI.E ROCK. Neh.. March 11 I9n..
clal.)-Mrs. Kezlah Tibbets. who lived tome !
three miles northwest of town, died last i ,r"' ,n ,ne executive session, in. oem
evenlng at 6 o'clock after a long Illness. ocral'c natora ara making an effort un
In her 79th year. She was the mother of rter 'he ""shlp of Senator Gorman to
O. D. Tibbets of this place, aul J. W. r'acn ,n upon amendments to
and John Tibbets of Clear Creek. She was i thefctrea,T, ,0Kbe PPJ T them, and
. , ... , ,.. . leach one has been asked to give bis views
rhtson county, Missouri, near Rock port,
but removed here a great many 'ears
Funeral services will be held tomorrow
a the Christian church of which she has
been a member for many years.
Samsel K. Dorr.
CHICAGO, March 11. Samuel K. Dow,
formerly one of the most prominent law
yers of the Chicago bar snd partner of
Chief Justice Fuller, died today at the
residence of his son-in-law, Orrln L.
Evans. Mr. Dow had been an Invalid for
nearly seven years. He was one of the
founders of the republican party and was
active ln the movement looking to Abra
ham Lincoln's first nomination. He was
elected to the state senate In 1872 and
later declined a sest in congress and nomi
nation as lieutenant governor of Illinois.
Old-Tlmcr In Hills.
STURGIS. S. D.. March 11. (Special.)
Isaac Turgoose, aged 87 years, died Satur
day at bis home at Virginia City, abive
Galena, of old age. He had been on the
decline and almost helpless for the past
six months. Deceased came to the Black
Hills in 1876 and settled at Galena. He
had considerable good mining property.
Mrs. Turgoose, hie wife, died about five
yars ago and waa' buried lere. The re
mains of the deceased were Brought to this
city yesterday and Interred ln Bear Butte
cemetery today. , .
Mm. Mary J. Keldhart.
BEATRICE. Neb., March 11. (Special.)
Mrs. Mary J. Neldhart died yesterday at
her late home six miles southeast of this
city, after an Illness of two weeks, aged
23 years. She Is survived by her husband
and two small children. The funeral will
be held Thursday at 10 a. m., from the
Dunkard church near Holmesville.
At the H. S. Hallenbeck home, 624 South
Sixteenth street, at noon yeaterday Rev.
Charles W. Harned married Mr. Frank
Hansen of Omaha and Mies Alma Eggera,
the latter a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Eggers of Millard. The groom Is a motor
man in the employ of the local street car
company, and he and his bride will make
their home In the Hallenbeck residence
hereafter. About thirty guests. Including
several from Millard, were present and a
lunch was served.
Doable Weddlsg at Alnsworth.
AINSWORTH. Neb.. Msrch 11. (Special
Telegram.) John Hoke and Emma M.
Klaer of this place and Floyd Jenkins and
Pearl Homan, the latter of Lyona. this
state, were married here today by the min
ister of tho Method'st Episcopal church.
All the parties are well connected and wtll
spend a honeymoon of several weeka ln the
Black Hills before settling down.
. Gaud Crop of Weddlaatn.
OSCEOLA. Neb.. March 11. (Special.)
Yesterday waa a record-breaking day In the
odl re of County Judge Ball. There were
marriage licenses Issued for three couples,
vis: Anton P. Under of Omaha and Mlas
Eunice E. Moberg; Henry Westmyer of
Merrick county and Miss Pauline Lucas;
Arthur C. Erlckson and Miss Emma Llnd
BEATRICE. Neb.. March 11. (Special.)
The marriage of Clarence Klrby Calland
end Miaa Anna M. Horner waa solemnized
at the Centenary M. E. church parsonage
Monday evening at 7 o'clock. Rev. D. L.
Thomas officiating. The groom is a Union
Pacific engineer and the couple will reside
at Rawlins. Wyo.
BEATRICE. Neb.. March 11. (Special.)
Mr. Floyd Clough of Cortland and Misi
Hulda Rusch of Princeton. Neb., were
united ln marriage yesterday afternoon at
3 o'clock, Judge Inman officiating. The
young couple will reside on a farm near
KpUcopallaan Ara Pleased.
SIOIX FALLS. S. D.. March 11 Spe
cial.) The Episcopalians of Sioux Falls
in particular, and the ritlxens la general.
are greatly pleased at the announcement
that Rev. Dr. George H. Cornell, late of
Sioux City, to whom a call waa issued re-
Sale Ten Million Boxes aYear.
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thedral of this city, had notified Bishop
Hare that be would accept the call and
will begin work In Sioux Falls soon after
TO LIMIT SENATE DEBATE
eaatar Alllsaa latrodaeea Resolntlon
Deslaraed ta I'kaaate Ralea af
WASHINGTON, March 11. At the open
ing of the senate today Mr. Frye, the presi
dent pro tem, called the attention of sena-
1 tors to tho tart that itnrirr a strict Inter-
Mr. Hoar (Mass.) ejplslned the need of
manual of parliamentary law and said he
to consider this question.
The manuscript copy of the Cuban con
stitutional convention, the orders and sev
eral departments of Cuba, etc., were or
dered returned to the War department.
The senate then, on motion of Mr. Cul
lom, at 12:10 p. m., went Into executive
Senator Morgan today continued his argu-
ment ln "PPO"111 Panama cana
So far substantial unanimity has been
expressed in favor of a modification of ar
ticle 23, so as to place the control of the
canal in American bands.
There is general complaint among the
democrats that the provisions of that ar
ticle precludes the possibility of protecting
the canal by American arms In case the
necessity for doing so should arise. It Is
said, however, that no amendments will be
offered by the democrats as a party unless
the support of all the democratic senators
can be assured In advance.
While practically all of them are said
now to be favorable to an amendment that
will give the United States control of the
canal, it ia understood that many, espe
cially, among the southern senators, say
that If this or other amendment shall be
offered and rejected they will reserve the
right to vote for the treaty In the end.
NAMES CAROLINE M'DOUGALL
Prealdeat Seada Her Kama tm
Seaate for Postmaster at
WASHINGTON. March 1L The president
today sent to the senate the following nom
inations: Postmasters Nebraska: Caroline A. Mc
Dougall, Friend. 'Missouri: Edwin Long,
Also a number of army promotions:
During the day the senate confirmed the
appointment of Clarence L. Stone to be
postmaster at Superior, Neb.
STOCK YARDS MAY BE MOVED
Kansas Law Mmttlnar Cbarajrea Likely
to Drive Cattleaica Into
TOPEKA, Kas., March 11. Governor
Bailey today signed the stock yards bill
which will go Into effect at once.
It was reported today that officials of the
Kansas City Stock Yards company were
considering moving the yards into Missouri
on r.ccount of the law.
The peculiar cough which Indicates croup
la usually well known to the mothers of
croupy children. No time should be lost In
the treatment of it, and for thia purpose
no medicine has received more universal
approval than Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy. Do not waste valuable time In ex
perimenting with untried remedies, no mat
ter how highly they may be recommended,
.but give this medicine as directed and alt
symptoms of croup will quickly disappear.
It haa been ln constant use for almost
thirty years and has never been known
to fail. It Is, we believe, the only remedy
that can always be depended upon. It is
the sole reliance in tboussnds of homes
and never disappoints those who put their
trust In It. It Is pleasant to take, too;
children like It, which la of great Impor
tance when the medicine must be given
without delay to small children.
THfc REALTY MARKKT.
INSTRUMENTS filed for record Wednes
day, March 11:
J. E. George to Walter Barlage. est)
feet of wUO feet lot I. Maloney's
Theresa V. Kimball to Minnie C. Mont-
' gomery, lot 6, block IM, Dundee
Trjeteee of Clifton Hill Presbyterian
church to H. A. C. Kllltson, lot 6.
block 8, Baker Place fo
William Watson and wife to W. D.
Watson and wife, lot 5, block 1, Max
well a: F.'a dd 5v
J. G. Alien and wife to W. H. Hots
lot 12. block 4. Lincoln Plafe Ilii
J. B. Robinson and wife to F. B. 1
Krejcl. nH !' . block , Imiprove- ,
merit Association add 850 I
South Omaha Land compuny to Frank '
Uray. lots ai.d i, block 1... South
Sheriff to Michigan Mutual Life In
aurance company, wlj lot 6 and e'rt
lot 6. block 2. Shull's 1st add 4,000
Sheriff to Philadelphia Mortgxge and
'i'ru.t company, lot 10, block K. Pros
pect Place 7i
Union Trust company to J. B. Robin
son, nVi iot (. block s. Improvement
Total amount of transfers..
AND WEAK KIDNEYS
Had to Pass Water Yery Often Day and Hight
Cured by the Great Kidney and Bladder Remedy
DR. KILMER CO., Blnghamton, N. T.:
About two years ago I had a very severe ease of kidney and bladder trouble. The
pain In the small of my bark was so severe that I could not atand It te stay la one
position more than a moment or two, and was obliged to psse water very often day
and night. I tried medicines and doctors without getting relief. Noticing an article
ln the Topeka State Journal, ao highly recommending Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, I
determined to give It a trial and bought a bottle. By the time I had finished the first
bottle the pain had entirely disappeared from my bark. The pain and frequent desire
to pass water ceased. However. I continued to taks the medicine, using about six bot
tles ln all. That waa over a year ago and I have had do return of the trouble since.
(A. H. Nooney.)
Chief Engineer. State Cap
itol Building, Topeka, Kan.
Jan. 2nd, lr&
Weak and unhealthy kidneys are responsible for more sickness and suffering than
any other disesse. therefore, when through neglect or other causea, kidney trouble Is
permitted to continue FATAL RESULTS ARE SURE TO FOLLOW.
We often see a relative, a friend, or an acquaintance apparently well, but In a
few daya we may be grieved to learn ef their severe Illness, or sudden death, caused
by tbst fatal type of kidney trouble Brig ht's Disease.
The mild and extraordinary effect of the world-famous kidney and bladder remedy.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, Is soon realised. It stands the highest for Its wonderful
cures of the most distressing cases. A trial will convince anyone and you may have
a sample bottle sent free, by mall.
Sample Bottle of Swamp-Root Free by Moil
EDITORIAL NOTE Swamp-Root has been tested In so many ways,- and haa
proven so successful ln every caae. that a special arrangement haa been made by
which all readers of The Omaha Bee who have not already tried It may have a sam
ple bottle sent absolutely' free by mall. Also a book telling all about Swamp-Root,
and containing many of the thousands upon thousands of testimonial lettera received
from men and women who owe their good health, ln fact their very Uvea, to the.
wonderful curative properties of Swamp-Root. In writing, be sure and mention read
ing this generous offer ln the Omaha Dally Bee when sending your addreas te Dr.
Kilmer a Co.. Blnghamton. N. Y. "
If you are already convinced that Swamp-Root Is what yon need, you can pur
chase the regular fifty-cent and one-dollar slse bottle at the drug atorea everywhere. J
Don't make any mistake, but remember the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. . Kllroer'a
Swamp-Root, and the address, Blnghamton. N. Y., on every bottle. " '
VJ. R. BENMETT CO j
In Bennett's Ready-to
Ladies' Shirts ol
Another big purchase of sample skirts, enables us to give
the ladies of Omaha the greatest bargain we have yet of
fered nearly one hundred very tine dress skirts in blacks
and colors, in etamines, voiles, canvas cloths, cheviots and
broadcloths nicely trimmed. with bands of silk and fancy
braids, triple skirts and hip trimmings, habit back, some
have silk drop linings.
A Few Fine Walking Skirts
Trimmed with straps and stitching, not one skirt worth
less than $11 and some worth up to f 18, 7 QO
all go THURSDAY MOKNIXO at A
New, Nobby and Stylish Suits
Arriving every" day also big line of sample suits to go
on sale THURSDAY.
Bargains in Our Vash Goods and Domestic
Hed pillows, 18x27-inch, filled with good A Qq
11 111 UL lJ -Tf l II f j M
Sofa pillows, K5xlG, cambric
feathers, worth 35c, at, each
Muslin 3(i-inch, fine bleached muslin, soft
finish, regular $c quality, at
New ginghams 3 cases closely woven, strong thread ging
hams, iu all bright colors, warranted to fC
wash, worth 9c, at, yard VJ
OXFOlil) WAISTIXCiS heavy oxford weave cotton waigt
ings, an elegant line of patterns and colors, in 1
figures and stripes, a 20c grade, at, per yard ....
31-inch fine imported Scotch madras, shirting and waist
ings, all pretty patterns and colors, every piece Eif-i
guaranteed to wash and not fade, at, per yard . .wCC
29-inch tine satin damask, mercerized white O
waistiugs, beautiful patterns, finish, at, yard . w
At tho Notion Bargain Circle, Main Aislo
500 whisk brooms, all sizes,''
worth up to 20c, at, each ' '. . 1 vIL
200 pieces all silk wash taffeta ribbons) In all "11
colors, from 2 to 4 inches wide, at, yard, 14c and. Hv
50 dozen WOMEX'H WHITE HALIUJKJd AX VESTS aud
DUAWEKS, '-Sl'inXU WEKJHT"
worth 40c garment, at 4iiJ
100 dozen children's colored bordered school r
handkerchiefs, worth 5c, at, each . j ... OL
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