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SEED CORN SPECIAL ROLTED
Tw Weeki Trip Through Stata by t Farty
of Competent Ltcturen
Plan followed will be an innovation
Lretireri to He L(( at Mattona If
Krcrmtmry, aad Farmer to lie
l Carried Alan aad Later
Th Burlington road will send out a
seed corn apeci-t In co-operation with the
Vntveriltjr of Nebraska which will be an
Innovation In many ways. Prof. Lyon of
the agricultural department of the uni
versity and head of the experimental sta
tion, tog-ether with other scientists from
the Universities of Iowa. Illinois and Mis
souri, will be with the special train and j
will deliver lectures demonstrating- what Is '
good seed corn, bow It may ba selected and I
what It will do. The farmers will also be
told a good deal about soil culture and Im
proved methods In raising corn. These lec
tures art intended chiefly for the benefit
of the farmers and an audience coach will
be attached to the train for their conven
The stop at each lecture point will not
exceed forty' minutes and provision has'
been made for stopping at all stations
along the Hne. It the stop at a station Is
not long- enough for the delivery of a lec
Rain oor fcleet have the power to
penetrate through one of our cel
ebrated. . OlilMQD SHOES
Protect your fcetl
Preserve your health!
Prepare for comfort!
All tbee can be had by wearing
quality and price always the snuie:
SPECIAL-, YYe curry a complete line of'
Dr. Reed't Cushion Sole li tihoes.
REGENT SHOE CO,
3fi5 Buath 13tt btret.
, ' ;. ;
'4- ' ,
ture farmers will be taken free to the next
lecture point and returned the same day.
At some points the train will stop to leave
a lecturer, who wUl deliver his lecture
and then catch the train later. on. Farm
ers will be carried to and from lecture
points In accot dance with schedule with
The crop of Nebraska corn has been in
creased wonderfully by the farmers learn
ing to select their , seed corn properly and
to further Increase the knowledge on this
subject the Burlington and the University
of Nebraska have united to give the farm
ers this opportunity to learn how to
Itinerary of the Spertal.
L. W. Wakeley, general passenger agent,
has announced the following schedule to
govern the trip:
FIRST DAY DECEMBER 18
Lincoln '. 7:30 am
Adumn 8:30 am 8:32 am
Sterling 8:60 am S:3it am
Smurtvllle :46 am :47 am
Tecumseli 10:Oi am 10:46 am
Elk Creek ....11:00 am 11:03 am
ruble Hock 11:20 am 11:25 am
numooiut 1146 am u:t tm
Dawson 12:03 pin . U:ci6 pm
Balem ..12:30 pm 12:22 pm
Falls City 12:40 pm 1:20 pm
Salem ,1:35 pm l:3Spm
Dawson 1:65 pm 1:67 pm
Humboldt 2:15 pm 2:17 pm
Table Rock 2:35 pm 2:40 pm
Pawnee J:00 pm 3:40 pm
Uurchnrd 4:05 pm '4:45 pm
Liberty 5:00 pm 5:40 pm
Wymore 6;U5 pin '
Lecture at 7:30 p. m.
SECOND DAY DECEMBER 19.
Leave 'Wymore so as to arrive at Had
dam at 7:4o a. n.
...... 4:10 pin
; (:3o pm
. 1:15 pm
' 1 :S7 pm
3 :20 pm
4 .60 pm
Concordia . ,
J I milium ....
. . . 7 :00 pm
t-vmlns; lecture. 7:30 to 8:30.
THIRD DAY DECEMBER 20.
........ 6:66 pm
11 :65 am
C 26 pm
Red Cloud .
Wood run ...
. ..lu:J6 pm
Republican or Orleans for tit night.
FOL RTH DAY DECEMBER a.
Orleans 8:uu am
Biainiord , 8:30 am 8 23 am
Mi-aver City 8:60 am 1 .30 am
Hendley 8;t2 am s:b6 am
Wllsonvllle 10:U am 10.66 am
l.eLunon 11:20 am 1122 am
Duaoury 11 46 em 12:26 pm
IVdar tilulTs 12 60 pm 12:62 pm
lierndon 1:36 pm 3:15 urn
LudV'l 2:36 pm 2:37 pm
Atwuod 2:60 pm 8:20 pm
liiakenum , 8:40 pm 8. 42 pin
Xn l.oimld 4.S6 pm k 06 pm
Bird city . 6:26 pm 6:2 pm
bt. Francis 6:ta pm 8.20 pm
Hird City 8:10 pm 9 12 pm
Mcliunald :83 pm 9:3d pm
Biukfinan 10.16 pm 10:17 pm
Return to Orleans.
FIFTH DAY DECEMBER S.
Iave Orleans to Arrive. Leave.
Vxrord 8 60 am 9 so am
Masoou 9:46 am 9 48 am
All-n'a 10:05 am 10 am
lioion-ne 10.36 am 11:06 am
lllldrnu 11:60 am t:63ani
i llad ...12 16 pm , 12:1s pm
Cn.iUrU UUui Mipul
ii n i v t r i f j i i i i i j i iitz. ,
Men's Odd: Pants, Cravenettes and Ladies
1 . ; ,
This splendid clothing was made Ely Meyer & M. C. Simon, Rochester, N. Y. Pease Bros, were
known all over the west as dealers in the Very highest grades of ready-for-service clothing.
All Pcasb Bros- S20 Si I nil Pense Bros. 35 1 50
Men's Suits and Overcoats at
All Pease Bros. $25
Men's Overcoats and Suits
All Pease Bros. Q30 5r
Men's uits and Overcoats at 1
. .. . i r
Full Dress Suits at
TUXEDO SUITS at
ODD PAIITS S!-,.',6;
In Connection With This Sala of Clahln wv. o- .
Smoking Jackets rm",p..,,
SIXTH DAY DECEMBER 23.
. jvi rive.
"'bron 1:00 am
xjciviuere io:oo am
. 1. 00 pm
, 2:06 pm
. 3:02 pm
. 3:26 pm
. 4:20 Dm
SEVENTH DAY DECEMBER
Alma for the nlEht
EIGHTH DA Y DECEMBER 27.
11 :30 am
' 3:22 pm
'. ,.10:23 am
......... 1:46 pm
Clay Center 4.60 Din
Sutton 6:46 Dm
Iecture to 8 80 m. Stay at Sutton all
nlani and leave In morning In time to got
to blromsburg by 8:45 a. in.
NINTH DAY-DECEMBER 2S.
Stromsuurg , 8:46 am
Benedict 9:64 am
McCool Junction ........10:45 am
tanmont ......11:60 am
p""va i2 jo pm
Fairmont i;jo p,
Eot,,f 1:62 pm :
Friend 2:62 pm
Dorcnestei- j:62 pm
Veie 4.6j pm
Bealilc :i6 ,
Lecture. 7:80 to 8:30.
8 :lo am
1 :35 pin
' 9:40 am
. l:2t pm
1 :43 pm
( 47 pm
l ino Orchard
Brown vllle ...
: J am
..... 1:40 pm
... : pm
0:00 pm '
ELEVENTH DAV. DH'FHRrp "
Leave Lincoln and run to Schuyler so as
be there by 8:46 a. n.
. . . 1 :06 pm
... 1:30 pin
... 2:32 pm
... .4 46 pm
. .. 3 uo pm
... 3:33 pm
... 6:u6 pm
... 6:19 pm
... (.31 pm
... 8 47 pm
... 8.4u pm
2 20 pm
8 :03 pm
8 o; pm
( 36 pm
South Bend .
Great laitisit Decided.
The Supreme Court, lie People, has de
cided that Dr. King's New Disceovery wins
sale by Sherman A McConnell Drug Co
against Coughs Colds. 60c and II. For
I i I i
Chains Frenaer, Utn aad Dodge. -I
THE OMAHA "DAILY REE: THURSDAY,
GRADE STOCK OF
RETIRED FROM THE CLOTHING BUSINESS
bli f :
it t i 11 - - - -
IN CONNECTION WITH THIS SALE WK OFFER
j Men's Oath and Lounging Robes,
wnh high $10 oh, at..."...'.
WATER BOARD GETS A SHOCK
World-Herald Unit , in Bill That Takes
ADVERTISING COMES HIGH AT TIMES
Variance la Bills for Similar Service
Brlnaa Oat laaractloa for Sec
retary to Try to Seeare
When the bill of the World-Herald for
advertising the recent action of the Water
board In establishing new flat and meter
rates was presented to the Water board
last night a howl or protest was raised.
That paper had made a charge of' 865.94
for five Insertions of the article, whereas
the bill of The Bee (or printing the same
matter was. only 831.08. The W'erld-Herald
had used large type, had double-leaded the
article and had left blank space at the top
and bottom, charging for a whole column.
Chairman Boyd said , it looked as though
the paper were trying to get from the
board every cent It could be made to
The bill of the Daily News for six In
sertions was (46.62, and the members of
the board thought this a high rate in com
parison with that charged by The Bee. It
had sent In the whole' bill at once, but the
bill, of the other two papers for one inser
tion will come In another month.
j The bills of the newspapers were not al
. lowed and Secretary Koenlg was instructed
! to secure a reduction of the bills of the
News and World-Herald to the basis
charged by The Bee. Mr. Koenlg stated to
the board that he had given the same In
structions to all three papers In regard to
the publication of the article, asking them
i A TRULY WONDERFUL REMEDY
The Sherman McConnell Drug Co. of
this city are the agents for a remedy
which Is remarkable In many respects.
Inasmuch as that' It Is a guaranteed cure
for Dyppeprla, Heartburn, Gastritis, or
aay form of Stomach Disorder. Its use
Insures perfect freedom from all distress
from the very first dose, and a permanent
cure of the most chronic rases In a short
This truly wonderful formula which
Is being sold under the name of the
G ROVER GRAHAM DYSPEPSIA REM
EDY was originally discovered by Pro
fessor McDermott, one of the most cele
brated Specialists In the treatment of all
Stomach Disorders that the world has
ever known. Prior to Its Introduction
Into America, the cure of chronic dis
eases, due to an Impaired digestive sys
tem, were looked upon as practically Im
possible. Since, however. It has been of
fered for sale here, It has cured thousands
of cases which have resisted the skilled
efforts of the most noted physicians In
the United States.
. The Sherman McConnell Drug Co.
will be pleased te tell you of a number
Of cases which have come under their
direct observation that have been cured
by this Remedy, which, to their knowledge,
had resisted all previous efforts.
Ask for a ropy of "The Verdict," a
Jourasl df-roted to the cure of all forms of
Stomach rlsordT. A truly wonder'uj
iMU- Free to aU '
DECEMBER 7, lf)0.1
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Men's Overcoats and
Pease Bros. $40
Men's Suits and Overcoats at
Pease Bros. $50
Men's Overcoats and
to run It In the manner In which ordinary
reading matter Is printed.
Ezteaaloa of Water Mains.
Member Howell moved that a committee
of three be appointed by the chair to In
vestigate such extensions of water mains
within the city of Omaha as may now ap
pear to be Imperatively necessary, the com
mittee to report Its findings at a special
meeting of the Water board to be called by
the chairman at such time as the com
mittee may Indicate it is ready to report
The motion carried and Members Howell,
Hippie and Cnad were appointed. The work
of the committee will be preliminary to a
contemplated eltort of the Water board to
compel the water company to extend mains
where they are needed.
City Attorney Breerr was present and In
formed the board that the 1100.000 water
fund raised under the last levy could not be
drawn on until Januaiy 1, when Kobort
Fink, county treasurer and city treasurer
ox-offlclo, would consolidate the book of
the- county and city offices.
Mr. Howell reported that Beebe Run
yan had complained they were being
charged 88 a month for two private
hydrants, while at the same time they were
paying a meter rate for the water which
went Into the hydrants. The board decided
this to be a matter for-the firm to settltf
with the water company.''
How to Protect the Water Tsers.
A long discussion as to the best methods
of making the public thoroughly acquainted
with the rentes recently established resulted
in nothing definite. Member Hippie thought
the water company ought to be required to
furnish to the householder 'an Itemised
statement, showing charges for rooms nnd
bathtubs, Another suggestion was that
some one he secured lo stay In the water
company's oflqe to explain the rates and
the public be advised through the news
papers of his presence there.
WORK TO GO 0NJUST THE SAME
t'nlon Paelfle Improvements Will Not
Be Hampered by Aetlon of
Union Pacific officials say the delay In
the Issuance of the $100,000,000 bonds by
the company at the meeting of the stock
holders at Salt Lake City Tuesdsy will have
no effect on the work which has 'been an
nounced for this section of the country,
as the money for that already has been
set aside. Plenty of money la available
for the work laid out for the new buildings
at the shopsi Including the new car shops,
for the Lane cut-off which already is under
construction and for the double track
projects which have been announced.
Many of the contracts for this double
track w6rk have been let and the Union
Pacific did not let the contracts until the
money was available for that purpose.
The 1100,000,000 was to be utilised and In
construction of entirely new work and In
j the building of branch lines and It mean
mat tins wont win simpiy oe oeiayed for
a short time.
DR. SINGER PRESENTS BILL
Specialist Who Attended E. W. Nash
Asks to Be Allowed '25
for Karh Visit.
. Dr. H. Douglas Singer, a Chicago spe
cialist, has filed in the county court a
claim against the estate of the late Ed
Ward W. Nash for tl,6oO. The claim Is
i Itemised and shows that Dr. Singer charged
t23 for every visit to Mr. Nash after the
first. For that visit and a consultation the
fee Is $100. On several days subsequent to
May 2. when Dr. Singer came to Omaha
to remain, he paid two visits to his patient
snd 960 Is charged up oa each sack occa-
J. L Brand I a Sent.
btr t ed-13 you that the elethtnig ttk
Men you have eurentteo frea us eoaprises OUR tHTIRf
STOCI OF MKKI SUITS AMD OVERCOATS, ODD PANTS AID
CRAVtHTTIS AKO LADISS' RaTN COATS. la disposing
ibis (teal to you. ere retlrinf frea the elsthing
susmeis Tour truly.
1417 Farnam Street
ii r 7
ALL PEASE DROS.' MEN'S FINE
Cravenette Rain Coats at Price
All the FUR LINED COATS
at HALF PRICE
' IN CONNECTION WITH THIS SALE WK OFFER
MEN' WHITE AND Worth up to $5,
FANCY VESTS at....
POLITICIANS COME TO TOWN
Two Walls, Two Bearlei, Oae Marsh and
Onlj MoK88on Here.
BUT THEY ARE SIMPLY SELLING PIGS
Few Gold Mines aad Thln.s Are
Dlscassed bat Nothlas; ia
la the Shape of
John Wall, ch'ef of clerk of the Ne
braska house of representatives for a
number of years and now candidate for
governor, his brother Aaron Wall, state
senator from Bherman county; E. M.
Searle Jr., state auditor, Archie . Searle
of the Insurance department of the state;
George M. Marsh, ex-secretary of , stats
and John Calhoun Fremont McKesson, ex
state senator and ex-secretary of the
senate and ex-chlef clerk of the executive
department under Governor Savage and
all round politician and prosperous farmer,
were all at the Merchants hotel at one
time, ' Tuesday night, and each said there
was nothing- doing Insofar as politics was
concerned. t)t course not. .
Judge Wall was here pn legal business,
while John .Wall brought In a few cars of
hogs to try and raise a little Christmas
money to help Santa Claus In his rounds.
i The two Searles brought in soma cattle
from their ranches In the west, end of the
I state, over which takes the sun several
KIDNEY and URINARY Diseases
and all Diseases and Weaknesses of
MEN due to evil habits of youth,
abuses, excesses or the result of neg
lected, unskilled or Improper treatment
of sparine or private aiaeasea.
We ail, atlsleadlas statements or aabnslnaasllke proi.
tlans the aMIrted, neither da we promise to care then In a few,
days, nor offer cheap, worthless treatment In order to see a re their '
patroaae-e. Honcat doctors of recognised ability do not scsort to
earn methods. We anaraatee a perfect, safe aad lastlaa cara la th .
cjalekest popaslble time, without leaving- lajarloas nftcr effects In
the. system, aad at the lowest possible cost for honest, sklllfal
and oneeessfol treatment. '
rnwCIII TlTlftM TCrr l( you cannot ran write for symptom blank. .
CUndULIAIlun rrtt office Hours 6 a. m. to 6 p . in. Sundays, to to 1 only.
1S08 Farnani btrr-t. IW-tweeu 18th and 14th btreets, Omaha, 'eb.
mou rtASt not co
I hours to travel, while George Marsh and
Senator McKesson were here to talk over
mining Interests and coat oil properties"
In which they are concerned In Wyoming
and In which some Omaha parties have
stock. The three couples struck the Mer
chants In pairs and each oouple disclaimed
any knowledge ' of why the other- two
couples camo to Omaha.
Wall Is Modest.
Mr. Wall was not discussing his candi
dacy for governor and as Lieutenant Gov.
ernor McGlIton Is a candidate from this
county he probably will tiot make any at
tempt to get support here except for 'second
choice should Douglas county give Mc
GlIton the first chance at the plum. When
the break comes, should It come, Mr.' Wall
would not refuse the large fat vote from
the big county. None of the men was very
favorably Impressed with the Idea of an
extra session because of the expense at
tached and the possibility that, nothing
would be accomplished.
Mr. Searle, who will be a candidate to
succeed himself, was Indifferent on the-'
proposition now before the republican state
committee to nominate officers next year
by a primary instead of by convention.
"It Is Immaterial to me," said Mr. Searle,
"whether we hold the convention or the
primary. Whatever the committee decides
will suit me." ' " ' -
Bond for Psrasi
CHICAGO, Dec. . State Senator Frank
P. Farnum, charged with being an acces
sory to the murder ef County Commis
sioner John V. Kopf, was arraigned this
morning before Justice Eberhaidt, and after
a hearing his case was continued to De
cember 16 in bonds of 20,0u0. .'
The Men's True Specialist
- If we could but see and treat ail men
when the first symptoms show them
selves there would soon be little need
for so-called specialists In cbronlo dis
eases, and there would be few men
seeking a rejuvenating of thc-ir phy
sical, mental and sexual powers, and
there would be none marked with the
indelible stamp of constitutional
Syphlls. and the sufferers from
VARICOCELE, GLEET, -TR1CTURE,
Kidney and Bladder Diseases would bo
reduced to a minimum. But ns long
as MEN continue to disregard tu
golden adage, "A stitch in time saves
nine, and continue to nstrlect them-t
selves or to exercise Indifference er',
poor Judgment in securing the right
treatnieut at the outset. Just o long ,
will there be multitudes of chronlo -sufferers.
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