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THE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1905.
MORE LAND CASES FILED
One Set of Men Charged with TenciBf
Thirty Tboiiand lerea,
TRIALS SET FOR NOVEMBER TERM
tu One Caee (krc of Iatlmldala
Settlers and Ohiit rnet In Traaalt
f federal Mali la
Suit has been brought In the United
Ptatrs district court by Dlatrlct Attorney
Baxter and Special Attorney B. R. Rush'
against Robert Qlllesplfl and Jacob XV.
Stetter and aillosDlo A gu tter, an , co
partners, on the charge of illegally fencing
aome 30,000 acres of public landa In Cherry
county. The ault la brought upon the
affidavit of W. F. Pugli, a special agent of
t ho land department, sent , to Investigate
The petition charges that the defendants
have unlawfully enclosed the land in ques
tion aa a ranch for pasture of stock, as
serting exclusive right and control thereto
und refuse to let ether stock than than
their own to go upon or pass over the
land. It Is further alleged the defendants
have no claim or color of title to the
land and have prevented settlers, by In
timidation, from settling on the land, ob
structed and Impeded travel over the land.
Including Interference with tha transit of
the , United States malls. The bill also
asks the defendants be enjoined from fur
ther exercising or claiming control over
the lands In controversy and that they be
required to remove the fences at once.
A similar suit, Excepting the charge of
Intimidating settlors. Is filed In the United
States circuit court axnst tha Federal
Cattle company, a corporation; Clinton J.
Anderson, H. J. Hnffaker, the O'Connor
Cattle company, Cornelius J O'Connor,
Woodruff Hall. Qustave Ounderson, Oeorge
lleyne, Enos K. Barnes, Daniel Adamaon
--anH IL O. Wulllngford, all of Cherry
county, for Illegally fencing about 60,000
acres of public land In Cherry county.
These suits will be tried at the approach
ing term of the federal courts.
CARE FOR THE CONSUMPTIVES
Facilities Will Be Installed at County
, Hospital with Ont-of-
At a conference Saturday morning with
Doctora R. C. Moore, Millard, Langfeld
and R. B. Towne, the Board of County
Commissioners agreed to meet the medical
men at the county hospital next Friday
morning. The purpose of the meeting at
the hospital ta to consider the request of
the Douglas County Medical society for the
erection of n tent for county patients suf
fering with tuberculoals. Beyond this, the
medical men want a tract of ground aet
aside on the county poor farm, where other
people afflicted with tuberculosis can erect
tents of their own and provide a diet
kitchen at their own expense.
Commissioner Tralnor says the board
has for some time been considering a plan
to care for" consumptive patients apart
from the other inmates of the poor farm.
"In fact, we went a'o far," he aald, " aa to
have plana made for practically an open
air ward on tnn west side of the hospital.
This may yet be the solution of the problem."
8a mi Burns' annual reduction sale.
Hava Root print ti
Chicago Laundry, nne work TeL 206.
Dr. Connell, horaeopathlat. S38 Bee Eld'g.
First-class tailoring, moderate prices.
Call Ilelln 4 Co., 1419 Douglas, upstairs.
Members of Lodge No. 19 are requested to
meet at Washington hall Sunday, Novem
ber S. at 1 o'clock, and attend the funeral
of our late brother, Caraten Vejrum. Mm
bera of other lodgea of D. B. are also re
quested to attend.
N. H. JORGENSEN, Secretary.
3-K wadding rings. Ednujru. Jeweler.
Harry B. Davis, undertaker. TeL 1C1
Operates in Ohio. Indiana, Illinois and Ken
tucky, S,00 mllea of the best constructed
and finest equipped railroad In America,
and also maintains magnificent through
train aervlca In connection with Lake Shore,
New Tork Central to New York, und Boa
ton Albany to Boston. Also with Michi
gan Central to Detroit, Mackinaw City and
Intermediate points, and with Chesapeake
ft Ohio to Washington, Baltimore und Rich,
niond. Write for folders.
WARREN J. LYNCH,
Q. P. V T. A.. Clncinpatl. Ohio.
MAUL Undertaking Co., est. lso. -Tel. 2X.
G. A. L1NDQUEST CO.
MAKE BEST CLOTHES.
FALL SELECTIONS NOW IN,
Fexton Bleek. 'Phea
Sixteen U sxd F&rnajn Sts,
Give more beat and use less fuel than
any other stove made. "We have over
three thousand Omaha testimonials
to prove, this. ;They aro very
POWERFUL DOUBLE HEATERS
and have the only system .of circula
tion that does not detract from the
, ' -
radiating power of the stove. ' $25 up.
ACORN STEEL RANGES
From $30.00 up. Other . makes . less.
$25.00 for a 6 hole steel range with
high closet. '
J0IIE1 HUSSIE HARDWARE CO.
2407 Cuming Street
"If You Buy It of Husslo It's Right."
THE THEATER. SEASON
is now in full swing. You may need a new pair of opera glasses. We
have them. Just received a large importation of all sizes of opera'
glasses, at prices ranging from $5 and up. ALL GENUINE FRENCH
A NEW WONDER.
We have made a record in watch sales, of which we are justly proud.
Besides OUR SPECIAL LEADER, our $9.75 gentleman's watch, we
can now offer you a seventeen-Jewel, Elgin or Waltham movement.
14 kt. gold-filled case, guaranteed to wear twenty years,
"At the Sign of the Crown
115 S. 16th Street. Opposite the Boston Store.
Fine watch repairing. We employ only first-class watch makers
and jewelers and guarantee satisfaction. Watch inspector for C, St.
P., M. & O. R. R. and inspectors ol clocks lor all the city schools.
DY MAIL 2?
Some of the advantages of trading with us for city and country
1st Central location of store S. W. corner 16th and Dodge.
21 Competent and Adt-quatc Clerical Force 26 employes. You
don't have to wait at our store.
3d lrescrlptlon Department separate from salesroom, and com
pounders give their entire attention to the work.
4t It Telephone Service We have four (4) telephones, Including a
private .line between store and warehouse.
5th Varied Assortment of Drug Store Goods Our stock Includes
everything in use by the up-to-date medical practitioner, aa well
as all sorts of toilet supplies which milady may demand.
6th Prompt lellvery Our own messenger service maintained both
day and night. . -
7th Popular Prices We have always held that there was no sacri-'
flee of "professional" or commercial dignity by emphasizing to
our patrons that undef no circumstances would they be asked
or allowed to pay us any more than the lowest obtainable price
for anything we sell. Experience generally showing that our
prices are a little less than are obtainable elsewhere.
CIGARS AT CUT PRICES
Our Cigar te partment Is a busy and
growing one these, daya which Is not
hard to understand when It la remem
bered that we sell only standard
brands and all at popular ("Cut")
price. This la the aame ayatem that
baa. made our Drug Store a veritable
EVERT SMOKER WILL. RECOGNIZE
SOME OF THE BRANDS BELAJW:
- Banche'a & Haya Clear Havana,, 4
Frontier, 10 for 25o
F. B.' O., 10 for 25c
Red Horse, 10 for 25c
E. II. Gato, Key West, 7 for... 20o
IS. H. Uato, Liondres Clear Havana,
Some Special Prices
2Cc Lyon's Tooth 1 An
25c Graves' Tooth
60o Hind's Honey and 20c
toe Poxzont'a Powder 25c
troo Llsterlne 8QC
11.00 Squlbb'e Sarsapa- Ar
rllla fqr lot
1-pkg. Mule Team Izlr
Borax for sW
Good 2-quart Water Crir
Bag- for ...VK
Good Porua Plaster 10c
$1.00 Peruna (genuine,,
with top atamp label),
Quart bottle California )E.
Port or Bhery for OiJW
25c 4711 White Rose
60c Soclete Hyglenique OOt
Soap for VC
Little Tom, S for
Henry Oeorge, 8 for
George V. Chllda, 8 for
Albeit the Great, 7 for
HI Capltan Creneral, 8 for....,
Owl, 7 for
Fernandes Havanaa (3 for
alze), P for.. a
Garcia Havanaa, 8 for
Capadura, 7 for
Tom Moore 4 for
Tom Moore (large alze), 3 for.
Robert Burna, 4 for
Ixird Anaon, 3 for ,
Garcia Havana, 3 for
Clear Havana, each
Any 6-cent clear, 4c. or 11.75
Anv 3 for 25 cents cigar
meatlc), 13.00 box.
HOT WATER BAG
for face ache,
or other pain there
Is ; nothing more
certain of giving
than a water bag. '
We sell a 2-at. bag
which Is warranted,
for 50c; 3-q.t. bag,
Offc. 'Our best white
rubber 2-qt bag,
75c. The "Samson"
brand, slate color
water bag, war
ranted to be best I
bag made, ' 2-qt., Jf
$1.00; 3-qt., $1.15;
4-qt, $1.25. Add Q
10c for mailing.
Extra small water bags,
only 1 pint Intended for
Sherman & McDonnell Drug Co.
Cor. 16th and Dodge Sts., Omaha, Neb.
Stupendous Bargains Ml This Wee k
Goods Stock of
& M otter Now
THK RKUAULK 8 TURK.
w w . ...... ra
Men in Ml Walks of Life
Appreciate good clothes. They
don't want to pay for stylo alone,
they want quality with it. The
choicest domestic and foreign fab
rics are used in the construction of
our Hand Tailored Clothing and
examination will prove to you their
superiority in workmanship, fit and
Suits V2M 0'coats V2M
while they last.
The Great Special Sale
of manufacturer's surplus stock at
$7.50 and $10.00 is still going on.
The immensity of the purchase
leaves ua still with an assortment
from which we can fit you perfectly
and give you value without equals
at our sale price. The surprising
high quality of these- garments
makes them irresistable bargains.
Splendid values at $10 and $12.50.
7.50 and $10
YOUNG MEN'S SUITS With style that pleases, quality, that
wears, at a price which in lowness '8C!Catfl 7
unequaled, quality of goods considered .vP J ttllU i J3
CHILDREN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS in almost uulimited
varietv of style, color and fabric. Unsurpassable quality at
our special QC 7 CA 9 ) 50
mJJ) JJ) tSsf
L-U U XJ
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A Practical Bdncatloa for Baalncaa
Will It Part
It la lmpoaalble for a young man or
woman to Invest money In- any other way
which will brlnf so speedy and sure a re
turn aa In a course of study In a good
. buslneea college. An education cannot bo
loat, destroyed or Impaired; 1. la always
safe, and produces the largest returns (100
per cent per annum) and its value ,ln
c: reuses every year of a man's life.
All men of Influence and wealth, in every
country, can trace their prosperity di
rectly or Indirectly to practical knowledge
and skill In bualneaa matters.
Nine out of f-very ten successful men In
this country today, whether In trade or"1
tho professions, aro men of marked busl
Tho leadera and moat able representatives
In state and national councils are those
who can beat master the great question
of finance and commerce.
The aucceaa of the great railroad, steam
ship, telegraph and manufacturing Inter
ests of the nation are due solely to the
bualneaa ability of the projectors, and the
greater their bualneaa gifts the greater is
the aucceaa of the enterprise.
Every place in Omaha has written on its
cornerstone:, "Erected by once poor
boy. who left the farm and shop to edu
cate himself for bualneaa."
WE CAN FIT YOU
In your favorit last.
"Tha Manly Shoa
for Manly Man."
Walk-Over Shoe Store
1521 Farnam St.
Ed. S.Thompson, "The Walk-Over Man''
vui y Ol
: Hardy's ?. 1
The modem 'dining room .with
ita continuous "plate ; sholf
afforda . ample ' opportunity- for
the display of od4 and;-flualnt '
juga,. tankards ,and''.xbugs, as
well aa plates. ' We carry our,
exclusive line . ofv specially -chosen
artlclee for the purpose,'
made by ancient European
The prices range -,25o, 60c and
' Have ' your pictures , framed
here and now.
Teeth Extracted.... Ma
Porcelain Pilllagv $1 ap
doWl Flllinr $1 ap
Silver Fillings. ..60e up
Crowoa $2.50 up
f Ute. (2.00 up
15 Years Same Location
Bridre Work Si 30 up
Nerve removed with
out pel a
Loose Teeth Mad
Work guaranteed U Tearaj
PEOPLE TELL US
The President U Here.
' Not the nroftlrlpnr nf the TTnl. o.i..
dui Mr. A. Li. Teagarden. the president I
of the Shumate Razor Co." of Austin, I
Tex. Thla company makea the famous i
"Shumate Dollar Rasor" ("the raxor with i
s character and without a pull"). Guar- !
inteed absolutely without llmltatlona In
limn II... i . l . . . I
Wu,iv7 tn vuftLu ol aervice. No
raaor at any price can be better. Why
They also make the celebrated "Shumate
Honing Strop," enabling a novice to keep
a rasor keen and aharp. No boning ever
required. Each retailed at JL The prop
osition la matchleaa.
Fire away. Mr. T.. the Omaha mer
chants know a good thing and will give
you courteous attention.
f" Very Low
November . 7th, 1905,
To Point In
Oklahoma 2nd Indian
flew Mexico and Texas.
Rate 7 6 per cent of the One
Way Rate for the Round Trip,
with three weeks return limit and
choice of routes.
Thnre are home-getting op
portunities in the t and
Eouthweal today that will be
gone tomorrow. Belie tnein
Snnd for free Illustrated literature
oonoerning tha locality that Interests
you and list of opportunities.
E. P. RUTHERFORD. It. P. A..
t amain hlrert,
every day they buy Stoves of us because they don't want to take any chances.
People who buy the beat, get well off. because the best laata. People who buy the
eheao. are alwava poor, because the cneap aon i iasi. we aen any bij omm
Kange or Bane Burner at $5.00 down and f.00 per month, or
Hteel Range at 8.00 per montn. ve cui iu puto ui mmu.
a Base Burner and
of ' a watch la aa nothing
compared with It . useful
ness. . It Is a timekeeper and
a tlmeaaver. v We- Uu.se . a
ladles gold-tilled,' fully ' war
ranted watch that la so
cheap tlmt no woman ran
snTord to be without a watch.
It costs only
u i .,ww". M' a wn wi u.a
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
olr Ua Uvllar a liar.
1 Draughts Like' Delays 1
Weather Strips Great
STORM WINDOW HANGERS
Corbln's Door Check
Best Door Check Made
AND ICE TOOLS FOR
THE ICE MAI!
Jas. Morton & Son Co.
Hardware aad Tools
1511 Dodga St. OMAHA, SEB.
PEACE end COMPORT ero eure o com, t ho who emohe
A FIRST-CUSS CISAR MACE OF A FIXE QUALITY HAYAKA TC3ACC0
f. R. RiCI HKKCANTIUI ClftA . T. LOUie,
The Btylish Street or Dresa Phoe for
Toung Men's Wear thla season la the
Button made of Patent Colt, Gun
Metal Calf and Wax Calf Potay and
Drop Toe Military Heel Single or
OUR PRICE, $3.50.
X a wusia iwmi " saw s-w a a
about his Footwear will appreciate 9
these Shoes. ...
1419 Faruara SL
Send for catalogue.
Two Whiskey Salesmen Wanted
om ' for !.
Uac lor Kakraaka-
Only those with established trade
need apply. Send full Hate of refer
ences and par"'-"'81"- CAHN, BELT
ft ' CO.. Hroprletora UAUTUNI)
CLVB WH1SKEV. Baltimore, Md.
Shoes for Women
For the Woman who wants a Stylish
and Elegant Dresa Shoe there la no
other atore where ahe can satisfy and
please herself so well aa at this store.
We have a large variety of original
and exclusive styles that are made by
shoemakers whoae goods are to be
seen In only one of the beet atores of
each of the large cities. Every pair
correct In atyle smooth and snug fit
ting, but comfortable and easy to the
toot fine material and finish and made
for wear as well as for elegance and
$3.S0 $4. $5.M
FRY SHOE CO.
''A?.S,. ..t. .."t-ii-i
When referring to the durability of
our Steel Ranges, peoplo alwaya aay,
"It la the longest lasting Range t ever
saw." There is no other Steel Range
made like our Ing Lasting Range.
There Is no other Steel Range made
that takes as little fuel and bakes aa
quickly and beautiful aa It wll. Our
Steel Range will laat twenty-five
yeara. It will not need repairing In
side of ten years.
There never was a Base Burner Intro
duced In Omaha that became jxpular In
less than Ave yeara like the Solar Double
Heater did. There are only a few good
Base Burnera, and there are dozens' right
here In Omaha that are not good. Merit
makea reputation, and that is why the
Solar got popular ao quick. People who
know anything about the Solar can't be
induced to buy any other kind.
STOETZEL STOVE C O.
Only Exclusive Stove Store West of Chicago.
714 SO. 16th STREET.
Uth and Dtuqlts Sts.
J. VV. VOGDROUGII
FOR COUNTY JUDGE
Mj Kumber Ob Voting Machine It G D
Wa manufacture our own trunks, traveling baga and auii
raaea Wa niaka them at tha bert material. Our workman
ablp is unexcelled. Wa aall them ior leaa than Inferior
aradfe-.' would cost you elsewhere. If you buy of ua r'-ii
will get the beat you will aave tooney you will b hecier
eatlafled. Leather Bound Matting Suit Caaea. liU, Off. and
14 IM. Wa do repairing.
OMAHA TRUNK FACTORY,
On November 7th and 21st. Decern
' ber 6th and 19th
to Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo,
Colo., and Cheyenne, Wyoming-, and
LESS THAU OHE FARE
for the round trip to many points In
WYGMIMQ, COLORADO. NEBRASKA
Tickets are good for return twenty
one days from date of sale and stop
over allowed on both tolng and re
CITY TICKET OFFICE, 1324 FARMAU ST.