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TOE CRTAITA DAILY FEE: TTTFRSDAT, XOTOfBER 23, 1003..
Sn Thousands of Homes
Pe-ru-na Is the Family Doctor.
Mr. and Mrs. Plamann and Children,
A Happy Family, Kept Well and Hearty
Mrs. Alvlna riamann, 1719 Walnut street, Milwaukee, Wis., writes:
"I am now able to do nir housework again, and have a good appetite
one of Manalln.
"Mr husband and children are
thousand times for your advice."
An Knemy to the Home.
CATARRH Is the natural climatic en
emy of every home.
Over every home hangs the Inevitable
Certainty of catarrhal Invasion.
No home Is entirely free from it. Every
person Is subject to It.
It would be no exaggeration to s.iy that
two-thirds of the horaoi of America have
suffered more or lean from this Invisible,
vlmost omnipresent enemy, catarrh.
Peruna Is tha natural protection of the
It Is Intended to relieve catarrh and ca
tarrhal diseases In any and all of their
A Snfesrnnril Aaralnat folds WonM
Hot Be Without Pernnn.
Mrs. Anna McSweeney. 115 N. 8th street,
Kansas City. Kan., writes:
"I would not for anything do' without a
bottle of your Peruna and Manalln In the
house. " .
"Tour medicine Is a safeguard against
colds, for I have given It to my children
and they are In the best of health.
"My little daughter, Catherine, the one
you have been treating, has such an ap
petite that I enjoy watching her eat.
"Before taking your treatment she would
eat scarcely , anything. I can never bo
grateful enough for what you have done
for our darling, Catherine.
PAPILLION MAN KILLS SELF
John F. Bademan fiends Bullet Through
His Head and Heart.
HE GIVES ILL HEALTH AS THE CAUSE
Door of Room at Arende and.
nmttsj Tnsedy-YosiK Wlf
Prostrated by the '
John P. Rademan, business manager of
the Papllllon Times, took his life In a
room at the Arcade hotel some time be
tween $ o'clock Tuesday morning and tho
same hour Wednesday morning by shoot
ing himself twice with a 32-caliber re
volver. The Indications are the man killed
himself aTuesday, as when the door of the
Man's room was broken open the body
was quite rigid, tetters left by Rudeman
Indicated Ill-health prompted his action.
Rademan made careful preparations . for
the fatal moment by writing letters, one to
the public, one to his wife at Papllllon and
u third to George P. Miller, one of the
proprietors of the Papllllon Times.
Rademan left his home Monday to visit
tils sick mother at Manning, In., returning
by way of Omaha Tuesday morning. Ho
was assigned room No. 60 at the Arcade
and said he did not wish to be disturbed.
Tuesday evening one of the chambermaids,
w-lshlng to arrange the room, knocked and
received no response. She reported tha
matter to the clerk, who took It for granted
Rademan was merely resting. Wednesday
morning the police was notified and Cap
tain Ilasa and Emergency Officer Patullo
broke open tha door, to find Rademan
dead. Evidently Rademan first shot him
self In the head, but did not aim true, as
the fatal shot went through the heart. The
U CENTS EACS ; SOB QUARTU
OLUETT. PEABOOV CO.
n i - mi
"You Cannot Beat the Right"
From Saturday Kvenlng Post. July 12.
IS06: "You cannot beut the rirhl. It
is good enough. When you know in
your own heart that you are honor
able In your dealings with your friends
you can walk right square up to them
and look them straight in the eye and
make them feel that you are treating
them right. They will then cive you
their confidence, and confidence begets
CHARUC8 N. CHKWDSON.
RIGHT to encourage them IN RIGHT DOING? YOC DON'T NEUD ANY
ONE TO HELP TOLT SELECT A PIANO AT THE HOSPK STORE. The
RIGHT PIANO, the .RIGHT PRICE and the RIGHT PRINCIPLES governing
very deal makes it DOl'BLY RIGHT for you to trade at the HOSPE STORE.
We sell CABLE. NELSON. BWH A LANE. KRELL. MATHC8HEK. V.ESEK
BROS., WHITNEY. IHNZE. CRAMER AND OTHERS.
1513-15 Douglas Street.
BEST PLACE TO BL'T A PIANO.
WE8TERN SELLERS OF THE WONDERFUL ANOELU8.
zO - ; " - '"It
.usxt m edjj
also In good health. We always keep
"I think your medicine and treatment
will do Just what you say they will. If you
excellent advice Is carefully followed. May
you prosper In your good work."
The Many Phases of Catarrh.
Catarrh may appear In the household
In the form of a slight cold or cough, an
ottack of la grippe, or oven hay fever.
Teruna meets these invasions squarely
and repulses the enemy before It gains a
Therefore, Peruna Is a household rem
edy. I'sed at the correct time It often
obviates the necessity of continued
Perhaps In no other way can the wis
dom of economy and foresight be so for
cibly expressed as In keeping on hand a
bottle of Teruna to protect the various
members of the family against the en
croachments of catarrh.
We have on file thousands of testimonials
from heads of families, located north and
south, east and west.
These letters praise Teruna for Its effi
cient protection of the family against ca
tarrh. Young and Old Take Pe-ru-na.
Mrs. Dottle Carr. 1194 6th avenue. Pes
Moines, la., writes:
"It gives me great pleasure to write you
a few words of the great good Peruna has
underwear was carefully tucked back from
the man's breast.
Widow la Prostrated.
After receiving the news from The Bee,
Mr. Miller, Radcman's partner, conveyed
It to Mrs. Rademan, who became pros
trated. Mr. Rademan was a member of the
Papllllon lodge of the Ancient Order of
I'nlted Workmen, In which order he carried
C0O0 Insurance, and was a member of the
Council Bluffs Typographical union in good
The letter written by Rademan to his
wife In a bold hand and found on the man's
dresser at the hotel, reuds:
Pearest Darling Wife: When you get
this I Bhall be dead. An Incurable disease
hs broken out aguln. We are both better
off hv me bciisx dead. I was never worthy
of vbu anyway, so please forget me as
soon as vou can. The Ancient Order of
Tnlted Workmen will take care of my
funeral and you will get Ood knows
that was more than I was worth alive.
Notify (. 8. Wescntt. secretary Typogra
phical union at Council Bluffs. I think
tln'V owe me a funeral. iMrllng. I have
sinned In this world. If there is another
one I hope to be pur! tied there anil we
may meet in a bet er world. iod made me
weak and perhaps he can make me strong.
Forget me. dulling, forget me. JACK.
In his letter to Mr. Miller Rademan
urges his lato associate to look after the
wife's Interests and satd the fresh out
break of a disease, believed to hnve been
cured years ago. prompted him to kill him
self. He closed with, "Give my love to
Accle. C5ood by. Jack."
Father, Mother and Hrother.
Rademan's father Is Teter F. Rademan
of mi North Twenty-fifth street, who
drives a mail wagon between the post office
and railway stations. A brother, Michael
J., lives ut the same address. A sister of
the dead man's wife Is Mrs. J. Frye of
261R Binney street.
Rademan's body was sent to Papllllon
Wednesday Bfternoon. Coroner Bralley
will hold an inquest at o'clock Thursday
Mrs. Rademan, mother of the dead man.
is seriously 111 at the home of her daughter.
Mis. George Ohde. Manning, la
It is not
believed Mrs. Rademan wlil be able to at
tend the funeral of her son.
PAPIIjLION, Neb., Nov. 2J.( Special.)
John P. Rademan was 23 years old, and
had been married one year to Miss Accla
Whltted of Papllllon. The body will be
brought to Papllllon and burled at the
Commissioners to Meet at Bonrateel.
SIOUX FAIJ.8.. 8. D., Nov. 22.-Special.)
As now planned, it Is probable the regu
lar monthly meeting of the State Board of
Railroad Commissioners, instead of being
held at the headquarters of the commission
In this city on the last Thursday in the
month, as is customary, will be held at
Bonesteel. The members of the board have
If your money Is as good as the other
fellow s THAT'S RIGHT, is It not?
If we refuse to raise our pi ice in
order to pay your friend or acquaint
ance a commission on the oiuno you
buy. IS 'THAT NOT RIGHT?
Knowing that there la at least one
Piano house in the Weat Allele your
money Is safe and well invested when
you buy a hous that sells the Best
Pianos, carries the Largest Stock and
makes Piano Buying Kasy IS IT NOT
By Taking Pe-ru-na.
I used thirteen bottles of Peruna and
Peruna in the house,
I thank you a
done In our family, bo,th for young and
"We gave It to our three-months old
babe. He was In such misery that he was
having convulsions every few hours.
"We commenced giving him Peruna In
ten-drop doses and he Is now a strong,
"We never fall to speak a word of praise
for Peruna when the opportunity fcffords."
Tses Pe-ru-na in His Family.
Mr. Krank W. Harris, box 23, Basic City,
Va., member A. F. & A. M.. writes:
"I have used Peruna In my family with
very satisfactory results for the last two
"Besides, I have recommended It to all
whom I think are In need of It.
"I- urge all who are afflicted to buy a
bottle and begin Its use at once.
"I have never heard of any who have
used It to be dfssattsfled with the results."
The Family Endorses Pe-ru-na.
Mrs. Theodosla Cox, 225 Nebraska Ave.,
St. Joseph, Mo., writes:
"I can highly recommend your 'nedlclne,
Peruna, as I believe It has done more for
me than all other medicines I have ever
"You will always find me praising your
medicine, and using it In my family. Wre
all endorse It."
ordered a hearing at Bonesteel on Novem
ber 28 on a matter of Interest to the people
of that place, and It Is planned to hold the
regular monthly meeting of the board Im
mediately after the hearing and before the
commissioners have departed from Bone
steel. Court at Yankton.
YANKTON, 8. D., Nov. 2". (Special.)
After a long drawn out fight. In which the
first week of the circuit court was occupied
with the case, the Jury found for Ooorge
Fejfar in the suit brought by B. I Watt
to recover on some notes held in the pur
chase of an engine. The Jury fixed FeJfar's
damages at $610. the difference estimated
due him on a threshing engine purchased
not being up to contract. In the case
against Wilbur Gross, who was alleged to
have assaulted Halvor Johnson, a farmer,
with some Iron rods, the Jury found Gross
not guilty. The court then called the Case
of Sam Carr, colored, charged with shoot
ing and killing last June Granville Thorn
ton, also colored, in a Sunday afternoon
brawl. The Jury list was exhausted after
several hours in examining Jurors, many
of whom confessed to have formed opinions.
and the court ordered a special venire of
sixteen to be drawn and directed the
coroner. Dr. 11. F. Ilvlngston, to bring the
special Jurymen Into court this morning,
This was brought about by the sheriff being
a witness In the case.
Retailers to Meet at Mitchell.
MITCHELU S. D., Nov. 27.-(Speclal.)
The executive committee of the South
Dakota Retail Dealers' association has
Informed the secretary of the Mitchell Com
mercial league that it has accepted the
invitation of the league for the association
to hold its annual convention In this city
January 23, 24 and 25, 19". One of tha best
programs that the association has ever ar
ranged will be presented and It will ooh
be made public. Owing to the central loca
tion of Mitchell a larger attendance la
exiwcted than at any previous meeting of
the association. The convention will be
I held In the city hall building.
The ladies oi All baints church will
serve a luncheon Thursday noon at tha
C. A. rooms from 11:30 to 2 o'clock.
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Haln In Nebraska, Soath Dakota and
West Portion of Iowa
WASHINGTON. Nov. M.-Forecast of the
wether for Thursday and Friday:
For Nebraska. Kansas and South Da
kotaRain Thursday and In the east por
For Iowa and Missouri Fair Thursday,
except rain In extreme west portion; Fri
For Wyoming and Colorado Rain Thurs
day and in east portion Friday.
r?.'lTiVEv?P THE WEATHER Bl'REAl',
OMAHA. Nov. ;?. -Offl.-lal report of t,n.
peiatuie and precipitation compared w'itn
the corresponding day of the last thie
2?ttr? : 1905. I9t. 1903. I'jo:.
1.I4AIMUIMI leiiiperHUire... Ml fi la
temperature 39 39 31
,i-aii i ii j ra i ui e ,v 4H 4'
Precipitation ii i
Tenijieruture and precipitation departures
from the normal at (iinana since March 1
and cump:iri'ni with the past two years: '
Normal tenirat ore '30
Kxc ess for ihe day ! ll
Total excess since March 1, 1!6."! 5"
Normal precipitation OS Inch"
Deficiency for the iliiv 03 Inch
Total rainfall since March 1 M IS Inches
Detl.-fency since M ir. h 1. 16. . 2 7 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period. 14.... 4 77 Inches
t'r or. p.-rlod. IS03 . inches
Reports from Stations at T P. M.
Station and Slate Tern. Max. Rain-
of Weather. 7 n. m. Tm' fii
3e 3S .in
Ki f ij)
il 44 .110
' S .()
44 al ui
M 64 .Oil
53 Mt 14
44 4A n
M fi .00
TK b M
4i k: t
54 ft fi
M i .UU
Denver, art cloudy ..
Kansas City, clear ...
North Platte, raining.
Rapid City, clear
St. Louis, clear
St. Paul, clear
Salt I-Ake, cloudy
Valentine, .lou.1v ....
'X" Indicates trace
ICCKER JURY LAW INVALID
Supreme Court Holds the atetitire
Incapable of Enforcement
NUMBER OF CRIMINAL CASES REVERSED
Lincoln Tooth Is Fined fty Dollars
on Convletlon mt RIIU a Ctanr
ee Indications of OH and
Gas In Tfehrnskn.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Nov. (Special.) The su
preme court has held that the new Tucker
Jury law, affecting all counties outside of
Douglas, Lancaster and Gage, is uncon
stitutional and hss denied the application
of Oorernor Mickey for a mandamus to
compel the canvassing board of McPherson
county to proceed under the law In the
preparation of a Jury list. The governor
acted on the advice of the attorney general
for the purpose of testing the law, which
had been found to be so defective that It
could not be applied. , The opinion In the
case .will be filed later.
- The main defect In the statute, which
was offered In the legislature by Senator
Tucker of Richardson county, was the pro
vision requiring the division of the number
of voters by the number of precincts In the
county to obtain the quotient which was to
serve as the basis for the selection .of
names from a list. The state legal depart
ment claimed that In most Instances this
resulting quotient would be a fraction and
that it was physically Impossible to use It
In picking out the names on the list. Other
features of the act were also found to be
Inoperative because of vagueness.
The Invalidation of this act will leave
the counties affected free to resort to the
old law In choosing Juries. Because of the
uncertainty as to the act practically all
criminal prosecutions have been delayed in
the eighty-seven counties affected, so as
to permit the court to pass on the validity
of the act.
,eTt7 Sentence Reversed.
William Newby of Friend secured a re
versal of a two years' term In the peni
tentiary Imposed upon him by the district
etiurt of Saline county. In which court he
was found guilty of forging and uttering
a warranty deed. Newby is an attorney,
who at one time incurred the enmity of his
fellow students at the university law school
by wearing flaming red whiskers, and was
finally the victim of a riot which deprived
him of his adornment. Since his conviction
he was disbarred by the district court of
Saline county, but no action was taken In
the supreme court pending the determina
tion of the criminal case.
Lncas Gets Sr Trial.
The life sentence of John R. Lucas of
Phelps county Is reversed and the case re
manded for a new trial on the ground that
there was such prejudice In the minds of
certain Jurors that he should have been
granted the change of venue for which he
asked, pnd that he did not receive an Im
partial trial. About a year ago Lucas shot
and killed Clyde Lester, a man who had
been in his employ, in a dispute over wages.
Holt County Man Oeta R eh carina.
The caao of Joseph Nickollxack, from
Holt county, is reversed on account of Im
proper conduct of the prosecuting attorney,
who upon cross-examination endeavored to
prove that the accused was guilty of a
like offense upon another young girl. The
defendant was found guilty of a criminal
assault upon Lena Kmlch, under 15 years
of age, and was sentenced to the peniten
tiary for a term of six years.
Fined for Rollins; ( laarette.
"Pat" Raymond, a Lincoln youth scarcely
more than IS yearslof a,t. was today fined
$50 on the charge of rolling a cigarette.
Police Judge CosgTove, who assessed the
penalty, declared that under the recent de
cision of the supreme couj-t, sustaining the
law, no lesser penalty could be assessed
for a violation of the statute. Raymond
did not have the money to pay the fine and
the costs of the prosecution and he was
committed to the county jail.
Finds Traces of OH.
Prof. George B. Condra pf the department
of geology of the University of Nebraska
this afternoon declared that traces of oil
and natural gas exist near Salem, Falls
City, Cambridge and Humboldt. He was
Inclined to believe that drilling would yield
no results at Burnham. He declared that
the oil bearing shales extend from Okla
homa, through Kansas and Into Nebraska.
He thought that test wells should be driven
along the Nemaha and in southeastern Ne
braska. These, he declared, should be
more than 2.000 feet In depth. The Chero
kee shales, In which oil and gas abound,
have been found In many parts of the
state, he declared. Plenty of oil excite
ment exists, he admitted. The state, de
partment is preparing maps and charts for
the enthusiasts, showing the probable lo
cation of the oil and the depth of the strata
In which It is likely to he found.
Skeleton of Foor-Horned Antelope.
The Morrill expedition on the last trip to
the sand hills of Sioux county discovered
the skeleton of a four-horned antelope,
one of the primitive animals of the state.
Prof. Barbour has written a scientific de
scription of the animal and named It the
syndyoceras cook). It was a trifle smaller
than the animal which has recently been
It all the treatments for
consumption were put in
book form it would make a
pretty big library. But after
all there has been little im
provement over the old treat
ment of rest, fresh air, sun
shine, plain, wholesome
food and Scott's Emulsion.
The latter supplies nourish
ment that cannot be secured
in any other way, and after
all, nourishment is what the
consumptive needs first.
A gain in weight, however
slight, is a long step toward
improvement. If there is the
least thing to build on Scott's
Emulsion will enable the pa
tient to make that gain. Peo
ple have gained a pound in
weight from a bottle of Scott's
Emulsion it's an exception
when they don't.
We have een Scott's
Emulsion take hold of a pa
tient and bring about a
change for the better inside
of a week. It always helps
even the most stubborn cases.
SCOTT a) IOWM, rwl trM, Nen Vara.
annihilated by hunters. Prof. Barbour
thinks that the discovery proves that Ne
braska was the original home of the an
telope. One pair of horns was located Jiist
back of the nostrils and the other behind
the eyes. The skeleton has been examined
by many scientific men and the discovery
has aroused considerable attention In other
Linemen See Foot Rail.
Lincoln linemen, employed by various
electrical and telephone concerns, marched
Into police court today and admitted that
they climbed the tall poles In the vicinity
of Nebraska field and "sponged" free views
of the foot ball game between Colorado
and Nebraska. Charles Albers, a lineman,
had been arrested' on a complaint filed by
Prof. T. L. Bolton. The latter declared
that Albers had acted In a disorderly man
ner and threatened to throw an Insulator
at an officer. Fellow workmen disputed
this, but admitted that all got a free view
of the foot ball contest. Albers was dis
charged. Gibson Some letter.
Homer Gibson, the injured member of the
Kansas City Manual Training school foot
ball team, was reported slightly better this
evening. He is too 111 to be removed from
the hospital and has not yet passed beyond
the danger line. His father and brother
returned to Kansas City today, leaving the
mother of the lad at his bedside. Students
of the Ijlncoln high school have sent bou
quet after bouquet to the bedside of the
Scottish Kite Gatherlna.
Emmanuel chapter, Rose Croix No. t,
had charge of the ceremonies at the fourth
annual Scottish Rite convention today. The
fifteenth degree was given to the following
novitiates: E. C. Ames. II. B. Rrown, E. E.
Barber. W. H. Burns, W. F. Dugan. J. T.
Dorgan, J. W. Frow, E. 8. Gunn, T. D.
Lauer, T. H. Pratt. James Tyler, ?Jr..
James Tyler, sr.. J. H. Wescot, C. A.
Eyre and C. T. Hays.
Jnnlors Plnr Prank.
The best stunt of the season was given
by the Juniors of Wesleyan university this
morning In chapel. After all the. faculty
and students were assembled a large doll
was seen descending from the ceiling. It
finally revealed a senior In efllgy dressed In
cap and gown, hut hung In disgrace. At
a given signal the Juniors nil arose and
waved yellow flags, but no word was
spoken. The chancellor then gave a brief
talk on preserving the solemnity of the
occasliyi and everything was quieted in a
ADAMS COfMTY M S KILLS SELF
Ko taose Can Be Asslaned for
Act. as :tc Was Proapcrons.
HASTINGS. Neb.. Nov. 22. (Special
Telegram.) Tracey P. Fykes, one of
Adams county's best known farmers, ho
resided four miles southeast of Hastings.
committed suicide at S o'clock this morn
ing by shooting himself through the head
with a twenty-two caliber rifle. No motive
Is known for the deed.
Mr. Sykes arose early this morning, as
usual, and. going down to the parlor, wrote
the following note:
Don't blame me for this. I could not help
It. Good bye to everybody, my family and
my friends. T. T. SYKF.S.
It appears that as soon as he finished
writing he laid the. note on the table, took
the rifle from behind the door and de
liberately shot himself through the right
temple. His wife, hearing the noise, rushed
down stairs and found her husband lying
on the dining-room floor fn a pool of blood.
A physician was called, but Mr. Sykes
never regained consciousness.
At the coroner's Inquest a verdict was
rendered to the effect that the deceased
came to his death at his own hands.
Tracey Sykes hsd been a resident of
Adams county for about twenty years.
He was prominent in Masonic circles and
was popular among .those who knew him.
When the populist Ic movement was at its
height Mr. Sykes was a candidate for state
senator, defeating W. P. McCreary. He
served one term, after which he took no
active part In politics. He was a success
ful farmer, though not In a large way.
His farm consisted of an eighty-acre tract
and was sold for Jfi.onn, possession to be
given to tho purchaser next March.
GAGE ACCEPTS I ART PAYMENT
Coontr Attorney Takes Issn
Attorney General RroTrn. '
PEATRICK. Nib., Nov. 22.-(fipeclal
Telegram.) Today R. J. Clancy of Omaha,
tax commissioner for the 1'nlnn Paclflc
road, paid into tho county treasurer
JH.3SI.50 as part payment of the taxes duo
Uie county from the company. Tho total
amounCdue Is P.S?r,.3). Although the at
torney general made a ruling to the effect
that to accept a part of the taxes will
Jeopardize the Interests of the county in
collecting the remainder due County At
torney Klllen advised the treasurer to ac
cept the amount tendered by Mr. Clancy.
Oil Company Officers.
BEATRICE. Neh.. Nov. 22-(8peclaI,)
A special meeting of the stockholders of
the Globe Oil company was held last night
to act on the resignation of the board of
directors. Most of the stock was repre
sented at the meeting and the new board
elected comprises the following: M. V.
Drew, C. F. Wefenstette. William K. Len
hart, F. H. Kline. A. H. Chlpperfield.
George Drewi J. J. Hersman. N. M. Rmeth
ers. The meeting adjourned, after which
the board of directors met and elected
these officers: M. V. Drew, president;
William E. Lcnhart, vice president; George
Drew, secretary; A. II. Chlpperfield,
treasurer. M. V. Drew, the newly elected
president, was authorized to go to Fossil,
Wyo., to look after the property of the
Indian Accidentally Shot.
PENDER, Neb.. Nov. 22 (Special Tele
gram.) While In a drunken condition near
the Omaha agency Samuel White, 19 years
old, accidentally shot William Walker, an
aged Indian, with a revolver, the ball pene
trating below the collar bone and coming
out on the opposite side between the second
and third ribs. Walker Is in a critical
condition. The liquor Is supposed to have
come from the sand bar crowd across the
Founder of Fremont Dylnsr.
FREMONT. Neh., Nov. 22. (Special.)
Edwin H. Barnard, one of the men who
laid out the town of Fremont and made
the first settlement here In August, 1K5C
Is very low with paralysis of the brain
and his recovery Is doubtful. He has al
ways been prominent In business affairs
and Is the last survivor of the original
members of the Congregational church of
Artesian Flow Near Homer.
HOMER. Neb.. Nov. 22-Thls afternoon
at the new (ireat Northern town of Winne
bago, eight miles south of here, contractors
who are boring a well for the railroad
struck what apparently Is a strong flow
of artesian water at a depth of i(, feet.
The water Is now flowing to the surface at
the rate of tmenty gallons a minute.
Sens of cbrasLa.
BEATRICE Three new cases of diph
theria were reported yesterday by the
BEATRICE Murnerd, the little laughter
of A. B. Morris, fell from a high chair
yesterday and broke her left collar lame.
8EWA RD A large eagle, measuring
from tip to tip of wings, seven feet and
two Inches, was captured by Frank Whits
near 1'tica last week.
SEWARD A petition was fil.-d .i the
county court to settle up tlii enl.tle of
Orlando Casler, who was hung In beward
In 1K7H for the murder of a man aained
Monroe easier. He owned eighty acres of
land In 8-ward precinct that I still in his
name. Ilia heirs ak thl tha iuu who
Two great surplus whole
sale stools invoicing $27450
bought by us at 06 o on the
Watch for the
greatest value giv
ing Clothing Sale
Omaha, has ever
WATCH THIS SPACE FRIDAY EVENING
married Pasler's widow be appointed ad
ministrator. A1NS? WORTH An adjourned session of
the district court for Brown county con
vened here this forenoon and adjourned
sine din before 11 a. m.
NEHAWKA Owing to prosperous times
and Increasing business, the Nehawka Reg
ister was compelled to buy a much larger
press, which an expert from Omaha is In
BEATRICE Frof. C. M. Plnkerton of
Des Moines, formerly superintendent of
tho Falrbury schools, delivered an Inter
esting address at the exercises of the high
school yesterday morning.
BHATRI4-K Yesterday was a red letter
day for the Farmers' Elevator company
at Plckrcll as 142 loads of corn were taken
in, and It came from farms within a radius
of twelve miles of Plckrell.
SEWARD Christopher Turner, npo of the
oldest cttllchs of Seward, died at his home
in this town yesterday. The Gram! Army
post will conduct tho funeral services oil
Wednesday, from his late home .
BEATRICE The Board of Education
held a meeting last night and decided to
close the South school for the remainder
of the week for disinfection, owing to the
prevalence of diphtheria In the school.
There are at present about a dozen cases
in the city.
BEATRICE Word was received here yes
terday from Spearvllle, Kan., announcing
the death of Noah Norton, a former
resident of Gage county, whose old home
stead Is now a part of the town of Filley,
this county. Mr. Norton was 73 vears of
ago and leaves a family of four sons and
PLATTSMOITH-The local committees
are making extensive preparations to en
tertain a large number of delegates of the
Woodmen of the World next Saturday, No
vember 25, at which time a convention of
the First district of that order will be
held In I'lattsmnuth. Omaha, South Omaha
and McArdle camps will be present.
BEATRICE John M. Dash yesterday
shelled W4 bushels of new corn In three
and a half hours. Frank Marsh, living
two miles northeast ot tha city, yesterday
began marketing this year's corn crop,
which yielded about forty-five bUMhels per
acre. He received 35 cents per bushel
irom inrcross jjrotners, a grain firm of
BROKEN BOW - Sheriff Tlmmlns of
Wilson county, Kansas, arrived In the city
last night alter a prisoner name.d Murphv,
who lumped bonds several mnntlia o.
and was placed In Jail here Sunday night.
It seetns that Murnhv whose f un
applying for divorce, got mixed up in an
other nffalr In which the nrlndnuls were
himself and a woman acquaintance; so he
concluded to "pad the hoof," as Dickens
says, and He low for awhile. The vlgilenca
of Sheriff Tlmmlns, however, frustrated
his plans and the two will accordingly
take tho train going for Fredona this
FREMONT Two young fellows giving
their names as John Doe and John Rider
were arrested last night by Marshal Craw
ford of Hooper on the charge of stealing
a rig belonging to a farmer named Arthur
Kneirlni of Scrlhner. Knelrim'n team was
left hitched in front of a atore at Kcrlbner
and when he got ready to go home, about
a o ciocK. 11 was missing. It was learned
that tho hoys took the road to Hooper
and Marshal Crawford of that town fol
lowed them up and arrested theni about
five miles south of that place. One clHlms
to be 14 and the other 17 years old. They
appear to be a tough pair of kids.
Exposition at Canterbury.
The Commercial club has received a book
let advertising sn International exposition
TttePyrMt Bef to fto
Hot I laflCgHlt4 iWafc
IT MUST HAVE
THIS SJGNATUM .
to Jsrtyycsr tbs TasU
9 ?m tn
The Omaha Water Company, rpgarriinp tho advertise
ment of water rates by the "Water Board of the city of
Omaha as calculated to mislead citizens and water consu
mers with respect to the facts of the situation, desires to
say that the reduced rates attempted to he fixed for
Omaha consumers by the Water Hoard have not bocomo
finally established, but are still the subject of contro
versy in the courts, the water company contending that
the Water Board had no power to reduce the rates be
cause of the city's original contract with the company
fixing the limit of the company's charges, which the com
pany has never exceeded, and contending also, that the
reduced rates are unreasonable. Should these conten
tions be sustained as the result of the company's pending
suit, all consumers who shall have meantime paid only
the reduced rates will be subeet to legal proceedings for
the. recovery of the difference. Should tho reduced
rates be ultimately established the company will, of
course, refund to each consumer who shall meantime
have paid the full rate the difference between that rate
and the rate as reduced.
T1IH OMAHA WATEIt C0MPANV.
By K. M. FA1UFIELD, Cleueral
for sut ami hois.
at Canterbury, New Zealand, November and
December, pn'. and January, February.
March and part of April, lim". The booklet
will be culled to tho attention of Oinalii
manufacturers with tho Idea that tl.
may Itecnme exhibitors. Toe F. K. San
born company ships large quantities of
stock food te, New Zealand, and It Is prob
able Mr. Snnborn will decide to exhibit
his products at the exposition.
Like Wild Animals
that tear and tend you are the pains of
Biliousness, Kidney Trouble. Cure guar
anteed by Electric Bittern; WV. For sals
by Sherman & MuConnell Drug Co.
'evr Postmaster for "lonx Falls.
SIOCX FADDS B. I)., Nov 22. (Special )
Senator Kiltredge authorizes the an
nouncement that he has decided to recom
mend ex-Mayor Allrt H. Stiles for ap
pointment to succeed Oeorge Schlosser, the
present postmaster In flloux Falls, whose
term expires In the near future. The ap
pointment of the ex-mayor probably will
be made before the holidays.
snd wrapper of the genuine Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey
Is primed the above design. U
Is both trsde-mark and ituarnntee a war
rant that the medicine oontaineil in the bot
tle will cure roue hi, colds and all lung,
throat and chest troubles morn quickly
and effectually than any other remedy.
Is sold by all drngglsta, Vte., 500. and
S1.0U pef bottle. Manufactured by
THE E. E. SUTHERLAND MEDICINE CO.
FaCTJCAJL kxvtvcxy. ' S
4 d a
a Coal - Man
HERE SINCE 1883
Manager, Omaha, Nov. lb.
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