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LINDSAY STAYS IN . STATE
Emphatically Deoiei Enmor that Ha it
Going to Wioonsin.
RUMORS ABOUT THE COURT CLERKSHIP
Eipra Acreant of llaatlnR Inainr
Aeylom yhona that limiitn Arr
. Great Rri'rri Andltor
Rejects Jinkrt mil.
Many a woman with real possibilities of "Style" saC'
rifices those possibilities on the altar of a . bargain
counter when she buys cheap shoes.
For just a few cents more she might have
had the "Style of a 'Dorothy Doda"" Shoe!
But to save these few cents she pinches her feet,
crowds them, risks corns, rndures discomfort, and
loses the whole element of style at a most important
point in her costume.
Oxfords, $2.50. Boots, $3.03.
Specials, 50c mon.
Fast color eyelets do not wear brassy.
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NEW FOUND FRIENDS COSTLY
Raskin Man la , Short Forts' Dollar,
M Overcoat and Railroad
FAIRBTJRT, Neb.. Dee. 8.-(SpeclaI.)-"Walter
Connolly, on his way from Huskin,
Neb., to Oklahoma, made the acquaintance
of some strangers at the Falrbury depot
and aa a result la ahort $40 In cash, a good
overcoat and a ticket from Falrbury to
Enid, Okl. One of the party, who gave the
name of A. H. Miller, tried to sell the ticket
at the depot and waa arrested, but not
until he- had handed the ticket to one of hla
accomplice, who escaped with It and the
rest of the booty. ,
vember shows:- Farm- mortgage" pied,
thirteen, amount $23,100; cancelled, fourteen,
amount $31,420. City mortgages filed, four
teen, amount $7,902.50; cancelled, thirteen,
amount $4,791.50. Chattel mortgages filed,
flfty-slx, amount $32,769.10; cancelled, thirty
three, amount $12,653.60. The excess of
Icnaiiei mortgages meu over releases im mr
sheep and other stock shipped in for feed
. Worked lr Traveling Doctor.
FkATTSMOUTH. Neb., Dec. 3. (Special.)
A person who represented himself to be
D. F. A- Harper appeared at the home of
John Bush, east of Plattsmouth, recently
and offered his professional services to any
member of the family who might be ail
ing. It waa soon decided that the daughter
ahould be given treatment for a slight ali
ment. On examining her he pronounced his
patient suffering from "ml'.k worm."" an
affliction which la sometime caused by
milking cows, he said. The treatment given
her proved to be satisfactory to her father,
said,' he would guarantee to cure her of
The 1 medicine be left for Mrs. Buah, he
rheumatism, of which she had been suffer
ing for some time. Mr. Bush paid the doc
tor $40 In cash for the first treatment and
gave him a check for $75 for medicine for
hla wife. The "doctor." not caring to pre
sent the check to a bank, sr.td that he
would discount It $5 If he would get the
cash' for him, which the farrr.or did. Not
long ' afterward the fanner came to the
conclusion that he had been, buncoed and
at once reported the matter to the officers.
The doctor's whereabouts are unknown at
' Jefferson Coaatr Mortgages.
FAJRBURT, Neb.. Dec. $. (Special.)
Jefferson county mortgage record for No
BEATRICE, Neb., Dec. 8. (Special.)
Beatrice lodge No. 30, Knights of Pythias,
elected the following officers last night: R.
B. Appleget, past chancellor; Samuel Ec
cleg, chancellor commander; F. E. Kees,
vice chancellor; W. R. Tripp, prelate; T.
II Burke, M. of E. ; A. Osborne, M. of F.
J. H. Inman, K. of R. and B.; K. C. Coons,
M. of A.; II. D. Walden, I. O. ; John WItzl.
O. Q.; C. F. Wilber, M. of W.; M. 8. Wat
kins, T. H. Burke and K. C. Coons,
. Beatrice lodge No. 136, Ancient Order of
United Workmen, elected the following
officers: O. K. Reedy, past master work
man; Lara Hanson, master workman; C.
B. Tread well, foreman; W. S. McAvoy,
overseer; James A. Baer, recorder; J. A.
McCallum, financier; A. H. Felon, receiver;
Peter Droullard, guide; Emanuel Bell, in
side guard. Warren Dunn, outside guard;
Dr. Felch, physician; John Beater, trustee.
Delegates from the various hose com
panies in this city were elected last night
to attend the firemen's state convention,
which convenea at Fremont in January
next, aa follows: Hose company No. 1, O.
M. Luberger; hose company No. S, F.
Meeker; hose company No. 6. M. M. Falk.
The Kllpatrlck hose company will meet
next Monday night to select Its delegate.
NEBRASKA CITY. Neb., Dfc. 1 (Spe
cial.) Nebraska City council No. fcl. Royal
Arcanum, has e'eoted the following officers
for the ensuing year: 11. I. Cotton, regent;
L Joseph II. Slack, vice regent; Percy Slack,
orator; nanes nnannon, secretary; H. jr.
Shannon, collector; J. T. Qant, treasurer;
Herman Bpler, chaplln; Robert Griffith,
guide; Robert Alrd. warden; Eugene Dobbs,
aentry; O. W. Lane, trustee. W. B. Payne
3H0RTEST LINE FASTE3T TIME
TWO THROUGH TRAINS DAILY
Handsomely Equipped with
Fret RMl!nlfi Chair Can, Dlnln Cars, Metis a la carte,
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars, Buffet 8mskln and Library Cart.
Tturltt Sleeping Car a Specialty. PinUch Light Steam Heat, etc.
DAYLIGHT RIDE OF
300 MILES ALONG THE BCAVTIFVL
fall information cheerfully fnrnlsbed oa application to
City Ticket Office. 1324 Farnam St
waa chosen representative to the grand
council. . t
Nebraska City camp No. 331. "Modern
Woodmen of America, elected officers for
the ensuing year as follows: M. C. Berry,
N. C; W. B. Carmon. W. A.; George-W.
Hawke, banker; F. C. Kfcholson, clerk
Ed Wischtneyer, escort; O. A. Johnson,
watchman; A. R. Foradlck, sentry; A. L.
Tlmblin, manager; Drs. Claude Watson and
S. S. Wilson, camp physicians.
ROSELAND. Neb., Dec. S.-(Special.)
Roseland lodge No. 189, Ancient Order of
United Workmen, met last night and elected
the following officers for the coming year
J H. Schmlts, past master workman; W
H. Llston. master workman; A. W. Evans,
recorder; O. A. Bents, financier O. A.
Bents, foreman; S. Davison, overseer; J. H.
Walters, receiver; W. E. Coday, guide
Sara Drelbubln, Inside watchman; 8. Fa
vlnger, outsfde watchman; C. Laskill,
JUST A CASE OF LOCHINVAR
Myaterlons Disappearance of Browa
Conatjr Toons; Woman Is
AINS WORTH, Neb.. Dec. I. (Special
Telegram.) The 16-year-old daughter
William Austin, living some (Tilrty miles
northeast of here and who so suddenly dls
appeared recently on horseback, haa finally
been traced and It now looka like an elope
ment in which a prominent young man of
ths neighborhood figures conspicuously,
Drunken Row Almost Fatal,
M COOL, JUNCTION. Neb.. Dec. S.-(Sne- !
clal.) When Thomas Rearden lof this place
was arrested and told that In all probabil
ity he would have to face a charge of mur
der or manslaughter, he at once sobered
up and commenced to realize what he had
been doing. Reardon and his hired man,
I,awrenee Axleson, were hunting near Mc
Cool and, needing stimulants, one of them
went to McCool, a temperance town, and
purchased whisky. Both partook freely
and In a short time both were Intoxicated
and quarreled. Axleson, for some Imagin
ary offense, assaulted Rearden, who is con
siderably older, but owing to his condition,
he was helpless and did not succeed In in
juring Rearden badly. Rearden took of
fense at the attempt and proceeded to beat
and pound Axleson, which he did until his
strength gave out, leaving him apparently
dead, where he lay in the enow for several
hours before being discovered and then
he was thought to be dead. Rearden was
arrested. Axleson began to recover under
the care of Dr. Morris of McCool and
Rearden waa released on the most serious
(From a SlafT Correspondent.)
LINCOL.N, Dec. 3. (Special.) Chairman
Indsay of the republican state committee
declared vehemently today that he did not
ntend to shake Nebraska duct from his
feet and hie himself to Wisconsin to drag
the antl-LaFollette fuctlons cut of the mire.
as was published severe days ago. "I am
going to stay In Nebraska," he said, "and
have had no intention of going to Wis
consin, ana neither have I had an offer to
go there. I suspect the story got out be
cause some time ago a party was hero from
V lsconsin looking up our system of carry-
ng on a campaign. At that time one of
my asslstsnts wentto Wisconsin and re
mained there a year In the oftlce of the
state committee assisting the tummlttco
n its work."
It was recently published that Mr. Lind
say had been offered good Inducements to
go to WUconrln, his native state, and as
sist the anti-LaFollette faction to get con
trol of the republican end of the voters,
the offer being made because Mr. Lindsay
had made such a success of his work in
, Rumors Abont Clerkship.
During the last sitting of the supreme
court, concluded yesterday, much specula
tion was indulged In as to who would bo
the next clerk of the court to succeed Lee
lerdman, and so far aa anyone knows the
question is still open. There are well-de
fined rumors, which, like all such, cannot
be conflrmed.Mhat each of the republican
judges haa a candidate for the place, with
no' likelihood of coming to an agreement
anywhere In the near future.
It la said that Judge Sedgwick will give
his support to Victor Seymour of this city,
who for a ' number of years has perhaps
stood closer to the judge than any young
man in the state. It is said also that
Judge Barnes will support N. D. Jackson
of Ne'.igh with equal ardor. If this is the
case it will result to the advantage of Lee
Ilerdman, because with a disagreement be
tween the republican members of the bench
Judge Holcomb would just stand pat and
Mr. Herdman would continue to hold on
until the republican members got together.
Notwithstanding the rumors, however,
there is little chance for the republican
members to be at loggerheads for any
length of time. Judge Barnes doesn't take
his place on the bench until January, and
by that time it stands to reason that he
and Judge Sedgwick will have agreed upon
Governor Visits Shops.
Governor Mickey this afternoon went to
Havelock to attend the conference of the
Methodist church now In session there and
this evening he will address the visitors.
While In Havelock he took occasion to In
spect the Turlington shops and meet the
workmen, upon the Invitation of Post
master Hyera. The governor did not make
a speech, neither did he drive the first rivet
In an engine being constructed in the shop,
to be called the "Mickey," aa stated by a
sensational morning paper today.
At the office of the master mechanic this
afternoon it was atated that no engine to
be earned the "Mickey" waa in course of
construction, and the notice in the paper
was the first that ad been heard of the
matter. "Aa a matter ' of fact," it waa
atated at the office, "the Burlington doea
not name Jta engines; they are designated
solely by numbers." -
Before leaving for Havelock Governor
Mickey stated that he was going to attend
the conference and while there would take
advantage of the occasion and hla lnvlta
tlon to inspect the shops and become ac
qualnted with the workmen. He had heard
nothing of the great honor to be conferred
upon him by the Burlington.
Insane Are Great Readers.
Based on a statement filed for reading
matter for the year beginning December 1,
1903, the inmates of the State Hospital for
the Chronic Insane at Hastings are the
most industrious readers of any class of
people In the state. The bill Is for $143.6
and Includes 136 publications, ranging from
the best authority on scientific matter to
the Farm and Fireside. Inasmuch as th
state does not furnish the state officer
with reading matter and none of the other
Institutions of the state have in recent
date filed a statement for money to pay
for reading natter, it is not yet known
what the board will do about it. Recently
the custodian of affairs at Norfolk tent In
a bill for the payment of a newspaper fui
a year and the claim was disallowed.
Records show that at this institution
there were 115 employes this month and
during August there were i09. The report
filed with the governor last May shows the
number of. employes to have averaged for
the year dghty-two. Just what ha occa
sioned the increased number this month Is
not stated, though the semi-annual report
to be filed with the governor this week
of the campaign with the county clerk
today, showing that $l.ti59.39 had been col
lected snd all but STd had been spent. Of
this only $50 was spent for rallro.id fare
and the rest waa used In conducting the
hesdi'rters. The fusion county rommlttee
spent $176 and collected but $15?. The re
publican county committee, reports that It
cost $-'.3:'7 to elect the republican county
candMstrs, but It was done by an average
majority of 3.0O0.
Seta Aside Divorce.
The supreme rmirt lins set asMe the
divorce the lower court granted So post
master Hoover of Blue Hills, from Mrs.
Hoover, who was before hrr marring? a
cigar girl In the Millard hotel. The divorce
was granted while Mis. Hoover and her
attorney, Lysle Abbott of Om-iha. were
delayed by a late train eruoute to Blue
Hills for the trial of the cr.se.
Dorlare fonnty Wins In tlljr Cee.
Dodge county has scored a victory In
the second round of the combat over the
duty of Saunders county to stand half th?
cost of bridges over the Tlatte river be
tween Saunderr and DoJge count! a. F-vrral
years ago suit was Instituted In the tlls
trlct court of Saunders county by Dode
county for the purpose of compelling th
former to pay half the cost of bridges
ncross tho river. The court, in n Jong with
held opinion written by former Commis
sioner Ixiblngler, states that the bound
ary line of the counties Is In the river
and that the duty to pay for bridges enn-
ic ennngeu r deviated from because
the boundary has been shunted from the
miuuio to one side, since the river I.
ono and Indivisible.
Can't Violate tntl-Snloon Clanae.
The supreme court haa taken n
stand In support of ih. i0,, i ....
forbidding the use of city lots for saloon
business, on penn::y of forfeiture in
original grantor. In 18S0, when Waldo Ly
ons founded the town named after him In
Burt county, he pursued the nlan of inr.
Ing In each deed to priority In the busi
ness section of he village a clause forbid
ding the use of the premises for .
loon purposes, and provided that in the
event that it was so used by the grantor
or his assigns the land should revert to the
original owner or his heirs. He sold a lot
in that year to a person named Ramey,
who several years later ni,i u in
to Balthas Jetter.
Jetter a year ago Isascd the nmiwrt. to
John Carlow for the purpose of establish
ing a saloon business and Waldo Lyon,
John Lyon and Mary E. Smith, the heirs
of the original grantor, began proceedings
possession of the rronertv
Loot Soldier of II
Edward or. i Itrnnimer Boy I ndrr Andrew Jackson. Who Alan Served In
he t'lvll War, the Oldest I.IvUk Veteran, Maya ll I'KV'S MAI.T WHIS
KKV Has Kept film tron end Healthy Past the t rntarr Mark.
Mr. Noyes, the hero of two wsrr., a eoldler whose life litis been written up all
ch 1i7 years of age, states that he feds as well and strong
today a he did years no, and recently
iraile a trip from l .iitv Corners, N. H . to
hloairo without suffering any hardships.
A drummei boy In the war of ISIS and a
tcamMer In the civil war, e he was even
'hen too old to srrve In the ranks, Mr.
Noves has had a most evrnlf il 'He. He re
members with ureat vllilnss many of the
historical figures of the lust century, land
gratefully at tribute- his marvelous vitality
and woml'Tlul uld site to
over the cotitry
Ho says: "An nU man's life can be n
lnt one if lie is well, aed 1 have been
j'.isl us Hi'tlvo uml strong up to a few veins
npo as 1 was during the war In the South.
Mv fntiiilv .intl friends tire all (Tone, but I
am cheorful anil h . to live Hume tune yet. I was born In what Is now lenity Cor
ner?. N. H.. In ITi'T. 1 hail been j.retty well 'l my life, but sickness came upon lie
during the lnwt :w yearn. My lioctor told, me It wus old aKC and save me Duffy's Pure
Mule. Whiskey. 1-nhi. taking that medicine now, and It 1 boih medicine. ml nourish
ment to me. I cannot eat u heartv meol t s way 1 used to, but liiffv's keeps me up
and going. I would t be alive without It." liDW'AKD M iVKH.
Kid age Is happy when it goes hand in hand with health. Hundreds oi nu-n and
women who have lmssoil (hp century mark are kept alive and well today by the use
i LMiny x r-ure Ainu ninKey. ii was
r.nd so It 1 theirs. An absolutely pure ds
.'illatlon of in alt. without fusel oil, It in
v.....r.lvA.I V. i K 0ni'A.t,m An t am n . 1.
This In a guarantee. It Is a tonlr-ilmulunt i-orommomlori bv nhvslrlana of
every school, a boon to the weak and worn, to the weary and depressed. It arrests
the progress of vhy.lci, decay, strengthens the heart, relieves) the aching head, given
to the limbs their old time vlxor anil clears the brain. It enriches the blood and
nourishis the vital forces, and In this wav drives out disease anil promotes health
and longevity. Doctors call It "a form of food already digested," as It agrees with
the most delicate stomach. If you wish to Veep strong and wel! in old age tako a
tablespoonful three times n day In milk or water.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey cures coughs, colds, consumption, bronchitis, grip,
catarrh, asthma, pneumonia Bnd all diseases of the throat and lungs; Indigestion,
dvspepsla and nil forms of slomach trouble; nervousness, malaria and all low fevers.
I sed exclusively In over 2.000 hospitals.
CAITIOM When oa ask for Doffr'a Pure Malt Whiskey he tare yon mrt
Kennine. I nsrrnnnlons dealers, mtndrnl n the riwllrnrr of this nrena-
m u'unj p ruif mini nitM'. i was
HIS ONLY MEDICINE
ration, will try to sell yon cheap Imitations and malt whiskey anhstltntes.
which are pnt on the market for proOt only, and which, far from rellev.
Ina the alck, are positively harmful. Demand "Duffy's" nnd be sore yon
a-et It. It Is the only absolutely pure Malt Whiskey which contains mill
elnal, heal h-Rivtna finalities. Duffy's lnre Wlalt Whiskey is sld In
sealed bottles onlyi never In flask or hnlk. Look for the trade-mark, the
Old Chemist," on the label, and be certain the seal over the cork la an.
broken. Re ware of refllled bottles.
.Sold by a'.I druggists and grocers, or direct, $1.00 a bottle. Interesting medical
booklet free to anyone. Duffy Malt Whls key Co., Rochester, New York.
Retnraed to Aaylani. '
PA PILLION, Neb., Dee. .1 (Special.)
Frank Fox of Fort Crook was brought be
fore the insanity board here today and ad
judged Insane. Sheriff McEvoy took him
to the asylum at Lincoln. 'Fox was sent
tip from Omaha last summer, but while at
the asylum he Improved so rapidlly that he
was released and sent home, but of late has
Sarpy Mortgage Record,
PAPILLION. Neb.. Dec. $. (Special.)
The folium lng Is a list of the mortgages
filed and released In Sarpy county tor the
month of 'November. 19U3: Farm mort
gages filed. 1. amount ;i)560; released. 6.
amount $17,510. Town mortgages filed, t,
amount IC.'IM; released, 1, . amount $300.
Chattel mnrtrnges tiled. 1. amount $10,
330.51; released, ft, amount $?.31?.M.
Don't t'orirl It.
Special articles, aiteclal reviews, verse,
special correspondence, literary news, etc.,
will go lo make up tha First Annual Book
Number of The Bee. Out Sunday, Decem
ber I FUe icents a copy. Order la ad
vance and be aura of one.
will likely throw some light on the sub
ject. This Increase has occasioned the pay
roll to overreach the appropriation for this
purpose for the last several months, this
month the deficiency bring $1L'9. Besides
the 115 employes there arc four officers of
the Institution, including Superintendent
Rejects Kxpense Bill.
The claim of Attorney General Prout, a
member of the party that took a epln
around several states to Inspect asylums,
whose expense claim for something like
$118 'was allowed by the Board of Public
Lands and Building, has been presented
to the auditor and has been rejected. The
claims of the other members of the party
were also allowed by the board, but they
have so far filled to show up in the audi
tor's office. This, It Is expected, will occa
sion a suit In the euprame court to see
whether the state has to pay such accounts
and from what funds they are to be paid.
Warden Bremer Reports.
Tho convicts at the state penitentiary are
by no rreins In a state of complete sub
jection, notwithstanding it has been re
peatedly reported thai the new cells will
be In place there some time during the
comln? year. According to the report of
Ward"en Bee-ner, filed today, four convicts
were sentenced to serve time In the dun
geon for either refusing to obey the orders
of the guards or for threatening a guard
Two prisoners were paroled. Evert Buch
anatr, Knox county, sentenced for nine
years for attempted criminal assault, a (id
George L. Dow, Boyd county, five years
for forgery. The others leaving the Insti
tution were: John Tetan, Platte county;
Werley Dean, Robert Ijifferty, Louis Per
kins, Thad Lockley and Jumes Hawk,
Douglas county; Frank Wages, Howard
county; Arthur Bnowden, Buffsln county;
James McCalmant. Erne.it Robinson, Hall
county; Oscar E!edge, Cass county; Albert
Wedmark, Knox county. Fourteen prison
ers were received at the prison, one being
returned from parole. The census shows
the total count November 1 to be Z71.
Campaign Expense statements.
Treasurer Eager of tha populists' com
mute filed his statement of l&e expenses
claiming a reversion under the terms of the
aeeu. Their contention was ii.i.in.j i..
the district court of Burt county, and Jet
ter appealed. v
Commissioner Barnes who wrote th.
opinion, upholds the condition In the (Seed
as a vaiia restriction on the freedom of
use of the pronertv sold in
uch a condition subsequent operates at
any time there Is a violation, whether In
the life of the original grantor or in that
of the heirs, whether the property Is In the
nanas or the original gtantee or not. At
any such lime the Inte-est of tha lo.
grantee in the land Is, by virtue of his
act In violation of the clause of the deed,
abaolutely forfeited, nnd the helra have the
right to maintain ejectment nroceedlniria
to secure possession.
Roth Bryan I.eavltt Injnred.
rvr a .
ora waa received here tonight from
Humansvllle, Mo., to the effect that Ruth
Bryan Leavltt and her husband had lepn
In a runaway accident, and that Mr. Leav
ltt nad been seriously Injured. No details
were given beyond tho statement that they
were out driving together, when the team
took fright nnd became unmanageable,
overturning the buggy and throwing the
occupants both to the ground. ' Mr. Leav
ltt suffered a' broken arm among other In
juries, but Mrs. Leavltt came off with only
a severe shaking up.
. J. E. Ritchie of Sedalla, Mo., supreme
scribe of the Royal Tribe of Joseph, and
also field secretary of the Cosmopolitan
Life association, and J. C. Wilson, of the
Royal Tribe of Joseph, addressed the locnl
lodge of the Royal Tribe tonight on the
subject of consolidating with the Cosmopol
itan Life association. Several speeches
were made and Goorge W. Berger, a local
member, objected so strongly that the mat
ter was put over for the time without set
tlement. Many of the local members are
opposed to the swallowing up of their
order by the new scheme.
Identify Man Found la Creek.
David McCleave of Sioux City arrived
tonight and Identified the remains of James
McCleave, who was found dead in Salt
creek yesterday, as his brother. He will
take the body to Iowa for Interment. Mo
Cleave Is supposed to have drowned him
self about a week ago upon his release
from jail, where he had served out a flno
for being drunk. He was supposed to
hy been slightly demented.
Proceedings of Hnpreme C'onrt.
The following were admitted to the bar
on the recommendation of the bar com
mission: Porter J. McNutt. John L. Har
rington, William A. Null, George Wilbur.
Hyatt against Anderson, motion for leave
to file second motion for rehearing denied'
Moss against Marks, conditional order of
revivor made absolute, motion to strike
briefs denied; St-hwingle agulnst Anthes
suggestion of diminution of record for leave
to supply record sustained; Beatrice against
Wright, leave to docket as original applica
tion for Injunction; Ford against State
continued to December 16; Pettis against
Qeeen Klver Asphalt Company, continued 'to
February i, liM; Osborne against Mlxsourl
l'ncllic .Railroad Company, continued to
January. 5, ISM; City of Lincoln against
Hal'ey, continued to January a, 19;M, leuve
to file briefs; Van Anthrop against Iathrop
leave to file briefs; Coffmau against Hal
drirtge, leive to tile briefs; Btxien against
Micr, order re briefs; Horst against Lewis
order as per stipulation; Menke against
State, leave to rile additional record; leave
glvun M. A. Hall to tile briefs by December
7 as amoiua curiae
On Tuesday, December S, the Rod
Island- System will sell round trip
tickets to the South at greatly reduced
rates. Embrace this chance to in
vestigate the opportunities in Okla -horn
a and Texas. v.
liales from Council Bluffs or Omaha as follows;
To (talvpslon, IIovBton, San Antonio, Waco, Fort
Worth and Dallas, Texas, and all points in Okla
homa and Indian
To all points on Rock Island System El I'ano
Division in Texas and
To all points on El Paso and North Eastern south
of Alaniagordo, New Mexico, including Deming,
also El Paso,
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F. P. RUTHERFORD, D.P.A.
ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM
1323 FARHAM STREET, QAHA.
Saline County against Gage County,
fi rmer Judgment vacated, reversed and ap
peal dismissed; Marvel against Marvel, af
firmed; Vila ugalnst Grand Island Light
Company, former judgment adhered to;
Dodge County against Saunders County,
reversed and remanded; Mann against German-American
Insurance Company, order
appointing receiver vacated and action dis
missed; Logan County aguliist McKIn Lund,
Loan and Trust Company, affirmed; A'bers
against Kozeluh, former judgment adhered
to; Bihool District of Omaha against Mc
Donald, motion for rehearing overruled;
Russell against McCarthy, affirmed; West
over Company against Van Irn Company,
Judgment of district court as far as Justice
Judgment is reversed, affirmed and Judg
ment of dismissal reversed. Sedgwick. J.,
dissents; Hyde against Hartford Insurance
Company, affirmed; Lincoln Traction Com
pany against Moore, reversed and re
manded; Kng & Sc. Mortgage Company
against Qlobe Loen and Trust Company,
iuilgment in favor of Taylor - affirmed;
ohnson against Webber, reversed with In
structions; lluddelson against Polk, " af
firmed: Riddell against Rlddell, reversed
and dismissed; Mucked against State ex
rel Woods, affirmed; I.add against School
District No. 6, reversed with Instructions;
Blank Tea and Coffee Company against
Rees Company, reversed and remanded;
Oe'ke against Th-is, affirmed; Jetter
against Lyon, affirmed; South Omaha
against O'Rourke, reversed and remanded;
Brott against State, reversed and remanded.
The following opinions will not be offi
Grand Lodge Ancient Order of I'nlted
Workmen against Scott, former Judgment
vacated as to reversal and Judgment of
district court affirmed; Keith County
ugatiu't Big Spring 1-und and Cuttle Corn
puny, reversed with directions; Carstt-ns
against Kller, affirmed; Buy against Ten
liey, reversed and dlsmised, wMham. C. ;
Ayrr against NUon, reversed and new
trial granted, Ames. C. ; Kilmet against
Torpln Oraln Comfamy. affirmed. Ames, C;
Butler against Coup, affirmed. Barnes, C. ;
Hoover against Hoover, reversed and new
trial granted, Dume, 4'.: blank Tea Com
tiiy against Bee Publishing Company, r
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OMAHA, IN EH.
trseo1. Duffle. C; Horton against Simon,
affirmed. Aims. C. ; Cat her asuinst la
nertl. aHlrririi, Albert, C. ; Ketale of De
verlrs asaiiift Joshua Ieverlea. amrmed,
f i olium. C. ; Tooier against Slate, affirmed.
C'ldlmm. C. ; tiaiuly against lilsstill, at
hriueu, Kirkualruk, C.
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