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TITE OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, AFIiTL R, 1903.
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WAIT ON ACTION OF THE LEGISLATURE
F.aYort to Seen re l,oaaTer Stay of Presl.
Ml lit Capital la Fatlle and
Arrtma(i far Rerep
(F'rom a Staff Corresponde nf.)
LINCOLN, April 7. (Speclal.)-Tbe
preme court commlaalonera were not work- !
Inn today. The eommlsalonera desired be-
fore resuming their labora to know Jui
where they were at and thle morning there
was no one to tell them. It all grew out
of the disagreement of the bouse and sui
ata aa to the number of commlaalonera tJ
After a . conference of Commlaalonera
Amea, Pound, Oldham, Duffle, Lobinajler,
Barnea, Alberta, Klrkpatrlck and Hastings
tt was announced that the commUsioners
would decline ta hear any of the casps
acheduled .to be argued and submitted at
tbe present sitting. Aa a reason therefor
they ataled that aa their term of office
expires on Friday of this week and there Is
no certainty that all of them will be re
tained. It would be uselesa and unwlae to
proceed -with the hearing of caaea for the
reaaon that before they could render a de-
clslon thereon the chances are that some
of them would be no longer commlalaoners
and qualified to 'act, which would neces
altate a rearguraent and resubmission.
It waa argued that perhaps the refusal
of the commissioners to act lay In the fact
that their pay stopped on the first of the
month, but this was only talk. The fact
la that the deficiency bill carried an appro
priation for their aalarlea for that period.
Some of the attorneys do not like It after
having come to Lincoln for the purpose of
argument only to find themselves turned
down temporarily, but most of them took
It philosophically, recognising the reason
ableneaa of the commissioners' position.
The supreme Judges heard the first ten
casaa on tbe call and passed over all of
the others until the next sitting.
At the opening of court the chief Justice
, anonunced that the court would take a
submission of such cases aa parties choso
to submit upon the briefs and of such orally
argued, cases upon the trial Hat which are
for argument will be continued until April
II and placed upon the trial list for that
date and that no cases would at thle ses
sion ba assigned for oral argument (o the
Roatlne of Cesrt.
The following causes were argued:
Reno against State. Salisbury against
Murphy. Jaster against Currle. State ex
rel Harden against Horton, Qarnett against
MeyereConkllng against Levle. Knudson
again Parker. Logan County Mc
Klnley I.annlng Loan an. Trust Company.
Logan County agHlnst 'Csxnahar Sturde
vant against Farmers and Merchants
Bank of Rushville
The following causes were submitted on
. Bennett against BenneU. Aultman, Miller
and Co. againat Hawk. Hill aga nst Bhll-
ling Eldrt.lge against Weslerskl. Adams
cSSnty agalne Bowen. Maxwell Malnst
oSoll. Baling against Estate of Baling. Qut-
Putter aaalnst Wood-
teraon against Meyer,
ward, Omaha aga!
State ex rei Meirger,
Plate' a Tel Da via against Board of Com
missioners of Caaa County.
The following causes were continued for
hearing until April 2J. 1908: ,
Watkln. against ;Youll, Mann against
German-American Investment Company,
McCulloch against Colfax County, Arm
strong against Mayer, United States Fl
dellty and Guaranty Company of BJ"I
111 nit Ettenhelmer. Braasch againat Cem
etery Association o( Evangelical Lutheran
Church Society of Norfolk. Dodge County
asalnst Diers. Thompson against Nelson to
SSne 9 Clai "county kgatnst Adams County.
Rose against DempateV Mill Manufacturing
Company. McGlnley apalnst Bechtel. 8 .son
against O'Connor, McDonald against Union
FacMo Railroad Company. Drexel against
i.in ...nil Woolsev. Ban-
rV.ZrAnd;nT Ancient Order of
tinned Workmen against Bartea to May .
Tha following mlscellaneoua orders were
Aultman. Miller ft Co. against Hawk,
. " " l.i.i . .-mr tn amend briefs;
Clay County against Adama County leave
to defendant In error to bref?'
Drexel againat Reed leave to appeHant to
reflle original briefs Instanter; Sheldon
aaalnst Parker, leave to appellant to nie
b?lefi on rehearing within fifteen days.
K nut on trial Ust when appel-
. C., Kn filed: Van Auken
aaalnst Mlaner. submitted . on motion to
vacate Judgment of March IS. to rein
state cause for purpose of permitting PPel
Unt to obtain certification by clerk of dis
trict court of original bill of except one
it.; Bowman againat bright, submitted
on motion for leave to plaintiffs In error
to nia further motion for rehearing,
Stocker against Nemaha, aubmltted on mo
tion for leave to Jefferia i ft Howell at tor
neya. to file motion for rehearing and brlefa
thereon amicus curae, and for leave to
plaintiff In error to appiy iur
although forty aays nave p
aaalnat Plgott, submitted on motion sug
geatlng diminution and for leave to supply
tha record , First NaUonal Rank of Platts
moutb againat Gibson, aubmltted on mo
tion for aosotuie oruer i '"";'' ...-..
againat Humphrey, submitted on motion
for leave to plaintiff In error to file brlefa
and that cause be set down for argument
after No. 1M87 has been determined, and
motion to dismiss or affirm: Sloan Com
mission Company against Fry. submitted
on motion to strike from the record cer
tain papers, suggestion of diminution re
ceived and leave given to supply the record
clalntlff to flle briefs In thirty daya and
case continued forty days; Klrby against
O'Connell. aubmltted on motion to strike
motion for rehearing and for order for
mandate: Farnwra and Merchanta Bank
aaalnst Hoffman, suggestion of diminution
i.i mr. iiv atven to suDDly the roc-
ord; Sheldon against Parker, motion to
affirm denied; Dillon againat Watson, hear
ing of motion to vacate Judgment rendered
January M. 1901. and to overrule appellant s
motion for rehearing and enter Judgment
nt affirmance continued two weens; uer
v.iinnal Fir Insurance Company
r.lnat Koi. nlalntlff to serve and Die
kri.r. wtthln thirty days dls nisi; Moores
.(.a, Rii ,i rel MacRae. advanced
Flalntlff given forty days to file briefs, de
ndant thirty days thereafter; Hoover
against Hoover, submitted on motion for
a lmony. attorney a iee anu pun nnnioj.,
R'bble agnlnst Furmln. aubmltted on m
iini, tn rfl.ml.e: Ribhle aaalnst Amea. sub
rnitted on motion to dismiss; Ribble against
Hopkinson. submitted on motion to dismiss;
Hunter agitlnst Omaha, aubmitied on mer
its varatinl. appeal dismissed and mandate
rriret forth th: Blokler against Manilla
leave to plaintiff In error to file briefs in
nnoort of motion for rehearing within
thirty days from April 4. lHUS.
John Snider admitted to the bar on m
tlon of Hon. narry uunn.
Rerrptloa ta President.
Attempts to procure a lengthening of the
time which President Roosevelt will spend
In Lincoln April 7. have proved unavailing
and unless ' something unforseen happens,
thirty minutes will be the limit. Most of
the, details of the reception have been com
pleted though a few suggestions are yet
to ba acted upon. It haa been suggested
that tha McKlnley chime be rung while
as Is la the city. Another suggestion has
Sore Chest, Frost Bites,
And all Soreness of the Skin and Muscles.
gSo. 60o andjtlQ BcaSlaa.
U4 UUI BY Kl. US A CU, 13TU aJlaf BOtlsaaJ STS UJLaJaa.
oa mad. Induced by the reception given
be president by the students at Madison.
Wi. It 1 to the effect that the students
from the university line up on Fifteenth
,r,,''t b'h,n,, ,h ",rtu wl" wl"
"'"1s and rrmtrtPTit a lusty
,, - ,,,,,1 a Br appears on the scene. This
plan haa pleased tbe prsldint Immensely.
The president. haa he n announced
before, vlH arrive at the Burlington depot
at 1:10 o'clock. He mill be driven aa rapidly
aa possible down P street to Ninth, and
from there to O. donn O to Fifteenth, on
Fifteenth to K. from there to Fourteenth
and through (he capllol grounds to the north
entrance vrre a stand fom which he will
apeak la to be constructed. After an ad
dress of about ten mlntitea the party will
return bv way of J afreet to Eleventh and
down Eleventh to tbe university and
around the west end of the university
grounds to the Northwestern depot where
his train la scheduled to start at 1:40,
An opportunity will be given to the school
children to see him and arrangements
have been made to have them lined up on
K street between Fourteenth and Fifteenth
and on Fourteenth between K end J. TM
will keep them out of the crush. On Fif
teenth street the best chance to watch the
presidential party pass will be given. Be
cause of the short time allowed the car
riage will have to be driven rapidly down
O street. On Fifteenth the university bat
talion and the Wesleyan cadets, the old
soldiers, the Spanish war veterans and the
Lincoln light Infantry will be lined up. No
chance will be given to see the distin
guished visitor on the driveway on the
capltol grounds as that will be roped off
to permit rapid driving.
Considerable pains wilt be taken with
the decorations which will cover the pres
idential carriage. It Is probable that flow
ers will be used to adorn It. Some sugges
tions from the Dower parade held In Lin
coln some time ago may be utilized. T. C.
Munger, who haa charge of the arrange
ments, and the committee, are working on
these suggestlona now. With the president
will be Senators Deltrlch and Millard and
ghlloh Association Headquarter.
Headquarters have been opened by the
Shlloh association at the Windsor hotel
with John Lett, president of the associa
tion. In charge. Out of town veterans to a
considerable number have been coming to
town to participate In the meetings, which
have been given wide publicity. The pro
gram for the opening meeting, which oc
curred In tha main court room at tha
court house last evening waa as follows
Address of welcome, Governor J. H.
Response by John Lett, president.
Address by Chaplain Cole of Marshall-
Memorial addresses, T. J. Majors, Chap
lain Joseph Presson and others.
Tapa by William O'Shea.
' A business meeting will be held Wednes
day at 10 a. m. at O. A. R. hall.
At 2 p. m. Wednesday ten minute ad
dresses will be listened to by a number
of veterans of Shlloh.
Appeal isxclee Caaea.
Police Judge Cosgrave this morning an
nounced that the question of the validity
of the rulings of the excise board, on
which Judge Frost of the district court
held that the police judge was In error
would be taken to the supreme court for
final settlement. The question came up
over tha notorious slumming cases that
have been agitating the lower court for
aome time, In which Judge Coagrave held
mat, according to the writs made out
against the parties named, he had no au
thority over them. After the decision of
Police Judge Cosgrave had been handed
down he discharged three of tbe four
women defendants. He announced this
morning, however, that tbe cases would
ba taken Up again in accordance with tha
decision of Judge Frost rendered yesterday,
ana some or me wttnesi Who ikve been
cpngratulatlng . themselves . on getting off
eaally may yet get a chance to testify of
their doing on that, eventful night. It was
not stated Just how. (he complaints would
be filed or who would do it. but it will come
off In a few days. "The case against Birdie
Mann, who was not discharged, wtll prob
ably come to trial today or tomorrow.
ATTEMPT TO ROB A BANK FAILS
Explosion Awakens Resident of Town
Who Frightens Robbers "
OSMOND. Neb.,' April 7. Special Tele
gram.) This morning at 1:45 o'clock a ter
rific explosion called J. C. Saundera from
bis bed and upon Investigation .Mr. Saun
ders found that burglars were at work oa
tha safe In the Security Stata bank of this
place. One robber worked, oa the Inside
while two stood gwrd, one In front on
Stats street and one at the rear door 'on
Fourth street. Mr. Saunders walked half
way acroaa tha street, when he waa shot at
three tlmea, but ha kept right on going
toward the bank, when the thieves aban
doned tha Job. The robbers took a north
westerly., direction and-up to f p. m. no
trace haa been had of them.
L. E. Day, president of the bank, aaya
that ha will have tha Beatrice blood
bounds here and attempt to trail the
The work waa done by two large and ona
rather amall man. Fairly good descrip
tions have been forwarded to all surround
ing towns and searching parties' ara out
looking for them.
charier Friends Watch Fulmar.
SCHUYLER. Neb.. April 7. (Special.)
W. H. Fullmer, who la having a trial a
catcher by Mr. Rourke, manager of tbe
Omaha base ball team. Is being watched
with great Interest, particularly by his
base ball friends here, who hope that he
will "make good" and succeed in putting
In tbe season with the Omaha team. Mr,
Fullmer waa born and ralaed here, became
a good local player and spent one summer
In tha state league, making a good record.
A base ball organization has been effected
here and a liberal amount contributed for
Ita support by the base ball and business
men of the city. Four acres of - ground
Just east of the city have been rented, upon
which grandstand and frncea will be erected
at an early date. Editor Schlegel of the
Quill la preaident: F. A. Sucha, treasurer,
and Dr. Cholette, manager.
Child Fatally Barnea.
BEATRICE. Neb.. April 7. (Special Tel
egram.) The 1.1-year-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Armstrong, living In South
Beatrice, waa fatally burned this afternoon
while playing about a bonfire. Portions of
tha child's body were literally cooked and
the attending physicians ara of the opin
ion that tbe little sufferer csnnot possibly
LINCOLN REPUBLICANS WIN
Ect Eyerr Offioer Except Ona Councilman
by BabiVrctial Majorities.
OTHER ELECTIONS THROUGHOUT STATE
i Mnat Caaea the lne la Whether
Sot Daring Eaialag
(From a Staff Correspondent.
LINCOLN. Neb., April 7. (Special Tele
gram.) Over the combined oppoaltlon of
the fuslonlsts and the Municipal league. !
tbe republicans won a sweeping victory In
the city election held here today. The op
position landed one councilman, Ernest
Hoppe, In the Third ward. ' George A.
Adams was elected mayor by a majority of
over 1.400 and Thomas H. Hoaklns and J.
W. Wolfe were elected excisemen by over
1,000 majority each. The remainder of tho
ticket elected was: R. C. Fox, treasurer;
Thomas 11. Pratt, clerk: Charles Mayer, J
cemetery trustee; J. A. Sheffield, tax com
mlssioner; counctlmrn, Alexander Stewart,
William Lawler, Callln Thompson, J. C.
Pentxer, K. H. Hutton, E. II . Marshall.
Hoppe. tueionlst, for the council, waa
elected by forty majority.
AINS WORTH, Neb.. April 7. (Special
Telegram The hottest contest for elec
tion of town councllmen waa experienced
here today for many years. The contest
waffail v n whAthnv f ha (null Bhnnlrt h,n
a saloon for two years to come or remain i
dry as at present, and the verdict waa that
we have saloons.
BEATRICE. Neb., April 7. (Special
Telegram) The city election here today
waa spirited. M. E. Schultx. republican, was
elected mayor by about 200 majority over
Dr. J. S. McCleery, Independent. All the
rest of the city republican ticket was
elected. Tbe successful candidates are: T.
H. Burke, city clerk; J. E. Jones, city
treasurer; J. A. Callison, police Judge; O.
K. Reedy, water commissioner; council
men, L. A. Scroggs, John Jackson, H. L.
Hsrper, E. W. Clancy, A. T. Mllburn, Hsrry
Ford, Fred Kees and J. F. Mscy; school
board, B. H. Begole, George Arkwrtgbt and
J. A. McCallum. The proposition for high
license carried by about 300 majority.
BEAVER CITY. Neb.. April 7. (Special
Telegram.) The entire citizens' ticket was
elected here today with T. A. Boyd as
mayor, with the exception of one -councilman,
which resulted In a tie between
Runyon and Shafer. This Is the anti-saloon
ticket. The election was without active op
poaltlon. LOUISVILLE, Neb., April 7. (Special
Telegram.) J. M. Jackman and A. E.
Smith were elected village trustees today,
which means that this will be a dry town
WEST POINT. Neb.. April 7. (Special
Telegram.) Fred Sonnenshein was elected
mayor of this city today by a very large
TEKAMAH, Neb.. April 7. (Special Tele
gram.) At the election in thla town' today
the license proposition was carried by a
majority of fifty-two. The following were
elected: Mayor A. M. Anderson, 102 ma
jority; clerk, J. M. Crowell, 9 majority;
treasurer, Ed Latta; city engineer, W. E.
Pratt; councllmen. First ward, Alva Smith,
43 majority; Second ward, C. A. Raver, 32
LINWOOD, Neb.. April 7. (Special Tele
gram.) Thla evening closed one of the
closest contested elections ever held in the
village of Lin wood since its organization.
An occupation tax was the paramount Issue.
The successful candidates were W. M.
Husonetter. W, J., Blair and Thomas Duda,
who are opposed to the occupation tax. ' '
COZAD. Neb, April 7. (Special Tele
gram.) The village electlph hero was hotly
contested, the issue being no license and
the Mutual Telephone company, againat li
cense and the opponents of the home tele
phone. The result waa a victory for the
former, the entire ticket being elected by
majorities ranging from nine to twenty-five.
Following are the successful candidates:
W. J. Admas. George M. Dillon, E. E. Cook,
and W. L, Devine.
OSMOND. Neb., April 7. (Special Tele-
gram.) Village elections here today re
sulted In tbe election of O. W. Mitchell and
J. A. Senn for two year terms and J. L.
Dennla for the one year term. The propo
sition to vote bonds to pay off the in
debtedness of the town was defeated.
BRAINERD. Neb., April. 7. (Special Tel
egram.) While the village election passed
off quiet and peaceful It was hotly con
tested. James H. Lavac, one of the three
regular nominees for village trustee, was
re-elected by one vote over George Norton.
Independent candidate. This was only a
personal fight and does not change the
present high license board.. The other reg
ular nominees were also re-elected.
BLAIR. Neb.. April .7. (Special Tele
gram.) With four candidates In the Held
for the office of mayor, Attorney Clark
O'Hanlon, democrat, was elected by a ma
jority of seventeen. John Kelly, city clerk;
F. W. Kenny, Jr., city treasurer; Joseph S.
Cook and F. W. Kenny, sr.; members of
school board. The principal contest was
between O'Hanlon and L. A. Williams,
editor of the Blair Pilot, for the office of
mayor. This gives Blair the first demo
cratic administration It has had, for a num
ber of years. The socialist party met In
convention and placed a full ticket on the
ballot with Dr. E. R. Stewart as their can
didate for mayor. -
Injured tn Ranaway.
SILVER CREEK. Neb.. April 7. (Spe
cial Telegram.) While driving Into town
thla afternoon from his farm In Polk
county Fred Pegdon was seriously Injured.
His team ran away, throwing him out. H i
collar bone wss broken, shoulder dislocated
and he was injured Internally.- The seri
ousness of the latter Injuries cannot be as
certained. Mr. Pegdon came here from
Saunders county this spring and this, Is
the third accident befalling people moving
here from that county within the last few
School Rnarta Fall.
ARAPAHOE, Neb.. April 7. (Special Tel
egrsm.) At a special election ' held here
today for the purpose of voting bonds for
rebuilding the school building, burned last
October, owing to aome mistakes In the
manner of calling the election and a gen
eral misunderstanding of the voters In re
gard to same, the bonds were defeated,
although receiving a majority of the votes
cast. The election of a building committee
waa also postponed and Is to be regretted,
as It delays the building for at leaat a
month la order to fully comply with ths
Geta Away froaa Jailer.
R1VERTON. Neb., April 7. (Special.)
Roy E. Ward, who was In the jail at
Bloomlngton awaiting sentence after con
fessing to breaking Into tbe Rlverton depot
about three weeks ago, broks swsy Satur
day night from the jailer and la still at
Land Brines fiooa Prices.
Bl'RWELL. Neb.. April 7. (Special. )
Land Is moving quite freely here this
spring. Kirby MrGrew haa Just sold a quar
ter section st $0,000 and E. M. Hughes sn
eighty st $Zi an sere. Sevvral other tracts
have aold at good prices.
Isrk Wants Paid Firemen.
YORK. Neb. April 7. t Special.) There
la considerable agitation la favor of a paid
ara department. York haa ona of tha bast
volunteer Are departments In the west and
the older members are wishing to resign,
but It Is nearly tmpoaalble to And young
men who will take their places and th
efficiency of the service wouM be crippled
If It depended on Inexperienced members.
Difficulties are experienced by the Bra de
partment In getting to fires, especially
where the terminal malna are a mile dis
tant. Many rontend that York Is now large
enough to have a part paid department and
the city to purchase a team that will al
waya be ready to go In rase of fire, and
not depend on. dray teams In the day time
and co teams at all at night.
Seed In Greatly Delayed.
SCHUYLER. Neb., April T. (Special.)
Not until this week haa seeding been gen
erally undertaken by the farmers, and
are many placea even now that are
far too wet to be worked, surface water
being much In evidence In many fields,
The acreage of oata will be about tbe ssme
thla year aa last, but that of spring wheat
will be less for two reasons, the late
ness of the season and the unusually
large acreage of winter wheat and of rye
sown last fail. While the general condition
of winter wheat la exceptionally good, th'-ro
are to be seen many spots upon which no
grain Is growing, tbe result of snow and
lee, or of ponds of water lying too loug
and smothering or drowning out the plants.
Smallpox la Colfax Cownty
SCHUYLER, Neb., April 7. (Special.)
Smallpox is prevalent in aome portions af
the county, and quarantining Is being done
to restrict the disease as much as possible.
Its area Is not unlikely to be widely ex
"rougo c 1iUw,BuB -
Ing It or Indifference upon tbe part of
many. In one school district the teacher
became sick and discontinued teaching only
upon the day of tho breaking out of the
disease, not knowing really her ailment.
Cases reported thus far are but mild ones.
Schools to Have Athletic) Meet.
HUMBOLDT, Neb.. April 7. (Special.)
The southeastern league of the Nebraska
Inter-Scholastlo Athletic association will
have their annual Held day meet at Hum
boldt on May t. The league la composed
of Pawnee City, Humboldt. Falls City, Te
eumaeh. Auburn and Nebraska City. The
number and order of eventa wtll be tbe
same as last year except that the hurdle
races have been cut out and a half mils
bicycle race has been substituted.
Transfer Trail Property.
. HASTINGS, Neb.. April 7. (Special.) An
Instrument was filed la the office of tha
recorder here this morning which registers
the transfer of The Nebraska Loan ft
Trust company's building, on the corner
of Lincoln avenue and Second afreet, also
of the Lincoln avenue flats. The transfer
ta made from J. N. Clarke, receiver of the
Nebraska Loan ft Trust company to Mr.
H. C. Warner of New Haven, Conn. The
consideration Is 138.COO.
Selects Battle Creek Teachers.
BATTLE CREEK. Neb.. April 7. (Spe
cial.) The Battle Creek achool board met
last evening and elected the following
teachers for the ensuing year: Prof. T.' A.
McCarthy of Cordova. 'principal; M"lss Ger
trude Wade, assistant principal; Miss
Grace Montrose, grammar; Miss Molly Tay
lor, intermediate; Miss Agnes Carberry of
Norfolk, Neb., primary; Mlsa Eileen Curaa,
ward school. N '
Reatrlre Minister Married.
BEATRICE. Neb..' April 7. (Special.)
Rev. S. P. Eenbrook of, Wymore, who was
fined $100 and coats In district oourt some
time ago for shooting at,. Dr. Johnion with
Intent to. kill, was marked in Chicago last
week to Miss Carrie .Mar pater of vWymore.
They wtll make their home in Tennessee.
Mr. Benbrook Is- employed by the Tem
perance bureau of Chicago.
Injarrd In a R runway.
BEATRICE, Neb.. April 7. (Special. )
M. C. Smith, a resident of West Beatrice,
was Injured in a runaway accident yester
day by being thrown from his carriage,
while taking a drive In the country. He
was badly bruised about the body and sev- j
eral small bones were broken in tho left
hand. The vehicle waa completely wrecked. ;
Boone Connty Fair Dates.
ALBION. Neb., April 7. (Special.) The
board of directors have set the dates for
Boone county's next fair for September 22,
23, 24 and 26. Isaac Letson was re-elected
president, H. L. Brooks secretary, and Ja
cob Green treasurer. Boone county Is now
I in a circuit with Antelope, Madison and
Harwell Keeps Old Teachers.
BURWELL, Neb., April 7. (Special.) At
a meeting of the school board laat night
the old toachers were all re-elected. J. F.
Johnston aa principal. Adelald Cornwall.
grammar, Vee Hennlcb, Intermediate, All"e
Webster, second primary and Rebecca
Beynon, Brst primary.
Onlta Preaching; for Farm.
WACO. Neb.. April 7. (Special.) Rev. O.
A. Adams of the Christian church has re
signed the pastorship and next Sunday will
preach hla farewell sermon. Mr. Adams
expects to locate nesr Gibbon, Neb. Rev.
J. Lemon has accepted the pastorata and
will move here.
AINSWORTH. Neb.. April 7. (Special
Telegram.) Fred Dather and Jennie Savace
were married here thla evening by the elder
of the United Brethren church. They ara
prominently connected with the Interests of i
Brown county and members of the Masonic
order and the Eastern Star. They will re-
Biaff periUBUrifllJ ,u muvwuiiu. j
FAIRBVRT, Neb., April 7. (Special.) j
Saturday evening Judge Boyle officiated at ;
the wedding ceremony of Jeff Smith, editor ,
of the Fairbury Times, and Mrs. Dora Hen
dricks of Lenora ' Kan. The newspaper
fraternity of the city gave the newly
wedded couple hearty congratulations.
PAPILLION, Neb.. April 7. (Special.)
"Uncle Sam Vradenborg ana Mr a. Cora
Wilson were married today. - Mr. Vraden-
burg is a rural mall carrier and Is well
known throughout this part of the state.
YORK. Neb.. April 7. (Speclsl.) Mr.
Clarence F. Wood and Mlaa Nellie Pence.
both of this city, were married laat even
ing by Rav. 8. C. Green. They will make
their boms In York.
I y oa MU ma down, X 1
wind p wit
That will "set you going."
. Charles t. nlras Co..
FOR CATARRHAL INDIGESTION
Pc-ru-na is a Specific
Congressman Thopmson Says
Highly Recommend Its
Governors, Mayors, Generals, Ki nlrals. Consuls and scores of other govern
ment officials speak in h'gh praise of it. '
Thousands of people In the humbler walks of life rely upon it as a family
medicine. Send for a free book of testimonials.
I Do Not Treat All Diseases
but Cure All I Treat.
There Is seldom a day that I am not
consulted by an unfortunate sufferer
who. If he had consulted me In regard
to his condition In Its early stages, I
would have cured him and saved him
much suffering, annoyance and cx
penee. Thia I consider due to lack of
Knowledge on the part of the one who
has previously treated the case: there
fore, I say to you. If you are suffering
from any disease or condition peculiar
to men. or If you have been u victim
sud have been disappointed In not get
ting a permanent cure elsewhere. I
would ask you to come to our onire
and I will explain to you Ol:R SYS
TEM OF T REATMENT, which I
originated uftr my whole llfe'a ex
perience. I will give you a thorough
, the enlargement of the veins of the
..rrotum and a condition that mankind
suffers from more than all other con
ditions combined, and Is the direct
cause of nervous prostration and the
early loas of mental, physical and
vital powers, which in turn cause
Duslneas failures and unhaiplne?s.
My treatment for this condition Is
perfectly painlesn. I accomplish a per
manent cure without cutting or tying
operation or any detention from busi
ness. The Dest reference I can give
aa to my ability In curing this condi
tion Is tha names of thousands who
have given me the permission of using
their names after permanently curing
them when others had failed.
SPECIFIC BLOOD POISON
m the most loathsome of venereal
diseases, and It Is one that may be
hereditary or acquired. The flist
symptom ts an ulcer, then pains in the
bones and joints, ulceration of the
mouth, tnroat and tongue, falling out
of the hair and eyebrowa and a cop-per-culored
rash coming out over the
entire body. I care not who haa
treated you and failed, I will cure yoj
Just as sure as you will cume to me
(or treatment. I use no mercury or
Iodide, thireby asuring you when
cured that your bonea and tissues are
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Hen of prominence all over the United
States are commending Pcruna.
Over flity members of our National
Conjr-ss have either used Perum
themselves or noted its benefit to tht
extent that they do not hesitate to give
It public eniorjen stit.
No other remedy In the world ever
received su:h honorable and unqualified
I CURE MEN
In all Its forms BY MY SYSTEM OF
TREATMENT Is permanently cured.
Irrespective of how many treatments
you have tried and failed.
that sap the very life from you and
later lead to complete loss of all pow
ers, stopped forever In from t to 10
of an unnatural order atopped forever
In 3 to 6 days.
and kidney troubles, the symptoms pf
which are pain In the back and loins,
frequent and scalding urination and
thousands of other sMnptoms that you
can appreciate better than 1 can de
scribe. BY MY SYSTEM OF TREAT
MENT you are permanently cured.
of inen. I care not how long standing,
cured In 10 to 30 daya without any cut
ting operation or pain or lota of time.
Is the partial or complete closure of
the canal, and BY MY SYSTEM OF
TREATMENT a'l obstructions ara
permanently removed without cutting
CONSULTATION FREE AND CONFIDENTIAL. Kv835 " ",;
Mr. Chaa. W. Thompson, Member of i
Congress, Fif;b Alabama District, T
writes from Wahlngtnn. U C: I
"My cashier haa ucd your Peru t
na for Indigestion with lha moat
unexampled and bencflc.al results,
and I cannot too highly or earnest- t
ly recommend Ita general uae,"- i
Ch5. W. Thompson.
Indigestion Is most alwaya followed by
catarrh of the stomach.
There la no use of taking remedies lo
Thre Is no use calling It dyspepsia. anl
Ihen taking pepsin and other remedies to
;r.-cluce artificial digestion. .
The only rational procedure la to ru:
he catarrh of tho stomach. The catarth
. nt-e cured, Indigestion disappears, ami
here Is no more dyspepsia. Taking arti
ficial dlgeatanta la simply temporizing with
the difficulty. In this way valuable time is
lost while the catarrh la fastening Itsoif
stronger and stronger upon the mucous
membrane of the stomach.
A very short courae of treatment with
l'eruna Is sufficient to cure these caeiv.
reruns is recommended by the highest au
thorities and the most conspicuous people
In the land.
( onaresamrn Hot kin Cured of I n.
tnrrh by re-ru-no After Twenty
fire Veara' nrlna.
In a recent letter to Dr. Hartroan. Con
gressman Botkln of Kansaa, whose tamo Is
a national one, saya of reruns:
"My Dear Doctor It glvca me pleasure
to certify IP ihe excellent rurally-
qualltlca of your
and Munalln. I
have been afflicted
more or leas for
a quarter of a cen
tury with catarrh
of the stomach
A residence I n
Washington haa In
e r a a a d tbeae
troublea. A few
bottles of your
medicine haa given
ma almost complete relief and I am euro
that a continuation of them will effect a
permanent cure. Peruna la aurely a won
derful remedy for catarrhal affections."
J. D. Botkln.
Margaret J. Moore, 252 Garalda street,
Newark, N. J., writes: "I had dyspepsia si
badly that I could not take a drink of water
without Buffering severs psln, or could not
est anything without bringing on dyspepsia.
I took one bottle of your Peruna three
months ago and can eat anything without
suffering at all. I am aa well aa I ever
Mr. Edwsrd E. Conn, 315 Woodward
street, Jersey City, N. J., writes:
"I have had stomach trouble for three
years up to one and cne-balt yeara ago,
when I first started with Peruna. After
taking one bottle I found relief, ao I kept
on with Peruna, for I waa glad '.bat I had
found a remedy that would cure me. Every
':ttlc I took made me feol better. When I
c(ran taking Peruna I only weighed 110
.ourds and now I weigh 160 pounds. I owe
my health to Peruna and highly recom
mend It to those who are Buffering from
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory reaults from the use of Peruna
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full
statement of your case, and he will be
pleased to give you hla valuable advice
Address, Dr. Hartman, President of The
Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio.."
I Treat Men Only and Cure
Them to Stay Cured
examination, together with an honest
nml scientific opinion of your case. If
I find you are Incurable, I will hon
estly tell you so. If 1 find your case
curable, we will give you a legal guar
antee to cure you.
Ue issue no misleading; state
ments or nnbnslnessllko propo
sitions to the nfrilcted la order to
scenre their salrsaags. The
many years of oar saeeossfol
practice prove that oar special
treatment la safe and cortala.
Wa will Risks you no false premises
ss to curing your esse in a short time,
knowing It will take longer, as we
promise nothing but what wa can do,
and always do na wa promlae.
I cars not how long atandlng or of
what nature, aa MT SYSTEM OF
TREATMENT cures them at once.
or any swelling, tenderness or Impedi
ments reduced to their normal slsa
without tha aid of a knife.
pimples, erysipelas or any eruptive dis
ease of the skin BY MY SYSTEM OF
TREATMENT are permanently re
moved, nevtr to return
Is a condition caused by excesses of
esrly or lste life. I csre not how long
you have been so, or how old you sre,
ss MY SYSTEM OK TREATMENT Is
especially adapted for the permanent
cure of all auch caaea as yours. Thou
sands have been cured of thla condi
tion and a curs awaits you. Suffer
that have shrunken or are undeveloped
or that have wasted through disease
BY MY SYSTEM OF TREATMENT
are permanently restored to their nor
If you cannot call. AU correspondence
strlcty confidential and all replies sent
In plain envelopea. Enclose 2c stamp
to Insure reply.
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