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wanted. Housekeeping and homemaklng
were strong domestic lines handled at yes
terday's session.
Wiggins Talka oa lasaraace.
Horace Wiggins, special examiner for the
Insurance department, returned this morn
ing from New Tork. where he ha been for
several weeka working In connection with
the commissioners from seversl other states
on the bonks of the large Insurance com
panies with headquarters In that city.
"I cannot say what the commissioners
will recommend In their report." said Mr.
Wlcsins. "for It has not yet been all pre
pared. We are getting It ready and It will
te died by the first of the month. Of coureaj
It Is practically agreed upon, but until all
the commissioners have seen It and have
Visitors to Agricultural 1' Alio
Tait Away Soma Seed Can.
Cow and Batter Jadglna Contests the
Ceater at taterest, vilth Large
Kamber mt Entries la Each
of the Events.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Jan. 18. (Special.) The fea- agreed to sign It. It would not be right to
ture of the agricultural meetings today at make any kind of a statement
the state farm was the presence of the Chi
nese Imperial delegation. The distinguished
visitors were shown about by Governor
Mickey, Mayor Brown, Chancellor Andrews
and President John E. Miller of the Com
mercial club...
They wero particularly delighted with
the stock and were prone to linger at the
horse and cattle barns of the farm much
longer than time permitted. The head of the
delegation, governor of two great provinces
In the Celestial empire, Tuan Fang, led In
the enthusiasm shown for the blooded
horses. He explained that In China no such
big, splendid creatures are seen. The Polled
Angus steer which took first prise at the
big cattle show in Chicago last fall came
in for a large share of the admiration of
his excellency and his companions.
Great vellow. white and red ears of fine
seed corn on exhibition at Agricultural hall
chained the attention of the orientals also.
Being that they would like to have a few
specimens their attendants were loaded.
Great crowds of the curious followed the
notables from one building to another, criti
cally examining their rich, flowing cos
tumes. At times the crush Indoors was so
great that It was necessary to have tho
halls cleared to allow the visitors to pass
Dairymen Elect Officers.
Nebraska dairymen elected officers for
the ensuing year yesterday morning. Henry
P. Gllssman of Omaha was named as pres
ident; H. C. Toung of Lincoln, as vice pres
ident; 8. C. Bassett of Gibbon, secretary
and treasurer. Board of directors for the
Hint period: L. D. Stlllson, Tork; C. A.
Clark, Ravenna; J. K. Honeywell, Lincoln;
A. L Haecker, Lincoln, and A. C. Jones,
Blair. Papers were read by H. C. Young
of Lincoln and Prof. H. M. Reynolds of the
University of Minnesota. The dairymen re
port their organisation In a highly pros
perous condition and the business of butter
making growing each season by big Jumps.
Frnlt Men Thank Pollard.
Congressman Pollard was thanked In I
resolution by the horticulturists for Intro
. duclng a bill In the national legislature to
necure an appropriation Jo stop the ravages
of the codling moth, 'which has done so
much damage to fruit' trees in the middle
j Srest In the past.
Cow Judging Contest.
An Interesting contest, looked for eagerly
' each year that the agricultural and stock
meetings occur, Is that of milch cow Judging
and butter Judging. Both were held In the
afternoon. In the butter contest nearly 200
entries were In and In the cow contest
about 100. A gold watch and two calves of
blue blood were .awarded to the winners,
Attractive prises likewise went to the via
, tor In the butter contest.
4. The women, who lately organised a do-
tnestlo science section to organised agri
culture, have been the center of a large
number of curious persona of both sexes
' since they have been holding open sessions
at the farm. The curiosity of the maacu
. line sex has been excited widely by the at
. tempt of the women to show how a good
substitute may be made for pie. The men
axe from.. Missouri . and,, .declare ,that . pie
; wu ion cnougn lor ineraj no suosmuies
clothing caught fire from the stove while
she was getting supper. Every particle of
clothing was burned from her body, also
the hair from her head. The family were
former residents of Otoe county, where
they have numerous relatives and friends.
It was my pleasure to attend many of
the sessions of the Investigating committee
while It was taking testimony, and it was
bne of the most Interesting and fascinat
ing experiences I ever had. The testimony
was sensational In the extreme and the
facts disclosed were a revelation."
Reed Mint Star In Prison.
The life sentence of James J. Reed of i residence and enter some other hose com
DougIns county, the murderer of Glenna i pany. He recommended that something be
Hynes. has eeen amrmea Dy tne supreme i done to settle this question.
Cured Fret During Tbls Month Only
Kearardlesa of the nature or
complication of the ease, every
toroaa - besrlnnlnst treatment
with Dr. Branamaa, Omaha's
leading specialist, this month,
to arave tothe pnbllo that
are earable), the doetor elves
his professional services
FREE' and- his treatment
FREE to all who apply be
(or Jaaaary 81st. The only
iiesit to th patient will be
for the medlelno ACTUALLY
USED. This gives everyone the
host treatment known to med
loal science free antll enred.
' Midi Will Be Cured for $3.
The most stubborn and compli
cated cases will not exceed to for
one whole month. This offer is not
made as an experiment. This new
method of treatment has cured
hundreds of cases of deafness, ca
tarrh and head noises that nave
been pronounced Incurable by other
Committees Xamed nnd Convention
Gets Down to Aotlvo Work.
BEATRICE, Neb., Jan. IS. (Special.) The
state firemen's convention was called to
order yesterday morning at :30 o'clock by
President McKay, with an Increased at
tendance. The reading of the minutes was
dispensed with.
President McKay then read his report for
the past year. He strongly recommended
thst a tournament be held this year, as the
Instruction received by those taking part
was very valuable In the fighting of fires.
The report of the secretary was also sub
mitted and was rather brief on account of
no tournament being held the past year. He
referred to the question of transferring a
fireman from one town to another, as some
firemen would wish to finish thoir term of
five years even if they did change their
Joseph C. Root, founder of the order and
sovereign commander, addressed the con
vention and wss given an ovation. W. A.
Fraser of Dallas, Tex., sovereign adviser,
and Colonel B. Wood Jewell, chairman of
the sovereign finance committee, also
spoke. Heed Consul Barl Stiles and J. E.
Chase read papers. Commander Root ex
emplified the Initiatory work. The conven
tion was followed by a large banquet In
Representative hall, which wss attended
by Governor Mickey.
iffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
court of the state. Chief Justice Sedgwick
dissenting. After a careful review of the
case the court finds no reversible error.
The Judgment of the lower court Is there
fore affirmed.
Briefs In Cathers Case.
The Omaha city charter has at last
reached the supreme court. This morning
John T. Cathers, representing himself;
Frank T. Ransom, representing Cathers,
and Carl Herring, representing the school
district of the city of Omaha, filed briefs
In the supreme court, the former named
sking for a reversal of the motion for
an Injunction to prevent the consolidation
of the offices of city and county treas
urers, while Carl Herring suggests that
the matter should be passed upon now by
the court so that If the charter Is Invalid
a legal assessment and levy can be made
hlle the city machinery Is still intact.
No Ground for Receivership.
In two decisions filed the supreme court
holds that there was no ground for the
appointment of a receiver of the Lincoln
Traction company, and that the compro
mise attempted by the city council of Lin
coln regarding the payment of delinquent
taxes by the traction company shall be
carried out. The council was enjoined from
perfecting Its compromise by Dr. George
O. W. Farnham In August. 1899. The
traction company paid $59,500 in accordance
with the terms of the compromise and
there Is now due 15,600.
Scavenger Case Affirmed.
In the suit entitled the State of Nebraska
against the Several Parcels of Land, ap
pealed from Douglas county. In which
Annie Homer and others attacked the val
idity of the scavenger tax law, the supreme
court affirmed the decision of the lower
In his syllabus Judge Letton, who- wrote
the opinion, said:
A person against whose property a de-
been rendered
in a
tax suit under the scav-
The secretary's report was adopted, after
which President McKay appointed the fol
lowing committees:
Auditing J. H. Parker of Belden, John
Kerst of Crete, H. Smith of Clarks.
Constitution and Rules George Howe of
Fremont. J. Goehrtng of Reward, H. L. Har
per or Beatrice, Al Marks of Stanton, jonn
McNee of Kearnev.
Legislative L. W. Hague of Minden, J. C.
Clrland of Fremont, John Wilson of Keur
rev. Press-M. M. Falk of Beatrice. W. R. Wil
liams of Blair. Peter Kjar of Holdrege.
Officers' Reports J. C. Elliott of West
Point, Z. K. Brown of Wymore, J. B. Mc
Donald of Pierce.
Memorial A. C. Hull of- Fremont, R.
Lewis of Humphrey, C. Johnson of Ne
braska City.
The remainder of the forenoon was taken
up by the reading of the reports of the
chiefs of the various departments. As a
rule they showed a splendid equipment and
a minimum of fire losses.
At the afternoon session Charles Chain of
Bushnell, III., vice president of the Na
tlonal Firemen's association, opened with a
brief address In which he extended greet
ings to the Nebraska association from the
Illinois association.
Secretary Miller reported the death of Mr.
Spalding of Norfolk, at one time president
of the association, which occurred since the
last meeting, and the memorial committee
was Instructed to draft resolutions.
The following new companies were
added to the roll call of the association
yesterday: Hose company at York; Hose
companies Nos. 1 and 2, Friend; Hose
company No. S, Holdredge; Hose companies
Nos. 1 and 2, Geneva; two companies at
Fuller-ton and Tekamah.
J. L. Bchiek moved that the Western
Fireman be made the official organ of the
Nebraska association, and the same was
adopted. A letter from J. D. McNeill,
president of the National Flremen'a asso
ciation, was read In which he expressed
regrets because of his Inability to be present.
Lou Holmes of Friend reported that his
Papers Read at State Farm on Im
provement of Cora and Urt Stork.
LINCOLN. Neb., Jan. 18. The American
Breeders' association met with the Ne
braska Corn Improvers' association at tha
State farm this morning. Charles W:ilis
Ward of Queens, N. Y.. presided, and the
program Included papers on cereal breed
by Prof. C. A. Zavltl of Quel ph. Out.;
Prof. M. A. Carleton of Washington, D. C. ;
Dr. A. D. Hopkins of Washington, C. P.
Hartley of Washington, R. Gauss of Den
ver, Colo., and Prof. 8. A. Sanders of
Waco, Tex.
The national association met this after
noon with the Nebraska Live Stock Breed
ers' association. The program Included
papers by George H. Rommel of Washing
ton, A, L. Ames of Buckingham, Ta.; Prof.
Andrew Boss of St. Anthony Park, Minn.;
Prof. J. J. Ferguson of Chicago, Pi of.
John Craig of College Station, Tex., and
Alex Galbralth of Janesvllle, Wis. Tha
Bretders' association also met today with
the Nebraska Dairymen's association.
Commend President nnd Stnto Officials
for Stands Taken.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Neb., Jan. 18. (Special Tele
gram.) The farmer Co-Operative Grain &
Elevator association this afternoon adopted
resolutions commending President Roose
velt in his fight for tha regulation of
freight rates; commended Attorney Gen
eral Brown for the manner in which ha
looked after the interests of the state In
the tax suits brought 'by the Burlington
and Union Pacific roads; commended him
for his assistance In prosecuting the grain
trust and asked him to Investigate the
supposed cosl and lumber trusts; Indorsed
the Clay county resolutions; pledged the
association to work for the adoption of
the amendment to the constitution pro
viding for a railroad commission; favored
the state Inspection and weighing of grain.
The morning session was devoted to a
report of committees. Tonight Attorney
Howell of Omaha talked on the legal side
of the grain case.
enger law, sections 10644 to 10691. Cobbey's i department was unable to secure posses-
Statutes, 1903, Is not entitled, as a .matter
of right, to have the same opened up after
me term, eitner under tne provisions or
section 82 of the code or under the general
equity powers of the court.
The provisions of the statute granting
the land owner the light to object to the
confirmation of sale and defining the
grounds of objections afford an opportunity
to nave tne question or tne validity or the
tax determined before he Is deprived of his
DroDerty. but he may be reoulred to wait
until confirmation is applied for to litigate
that question.
Harvey Mast Pay Tip.
Ceclle Ross Harvey secured a verdict In
the supreme court against William H. Har
vey, Mary B. Harvey and Arthur P. Har
vey for alienating the affections of her
husband, George D. Harvey. The court af
firmed the decision of the lower court.
The woman was an employe of the Har
veys and all lived together on the Harvey
ranch In Keya Paha county. She claimed'
George Harvey was tha father of her child
slon of the Insurance tax money due them.
J. C. Elliott of West Point stated that
this matter had been settled at a meeting
five years ago. He said that the law
specifically stated that this money should
go to the benefit of Are departments and
not city councils.
Quite a number of delegates from various
towns and villages reported that Insurance
agents paid the money to the city coun
cils all right, but they refused to turn It
over to the firemen. The duty of the fire
men In that case, Mr. Elliott said, was to
mandamus the city council or village
board, and compel them to turn the money
over'. On the other hand, if a fire insur
ance company refuses to pay the tax, the
matter can be brought before the state
auditor, and the oompany speedily brought
to time, as Its license to do business could
be revoked.
After roll call the convention adjourned
Teachers to Meet at Norfolk.
NORFOLK, Neb., Jan. IS. (Special.) The
North Nebraska Teachers' association will
meet In Norfolk this year. The meeting
place nas oeen in doubt until today, Colum
bus having been a candidate for the meet
ing. Norfolk business' men have raised a
guarantee fund of $100, however, and this
being the more centrally located, it was an
nounced today by Superintendent Bodwell
that the convention will be held here. Su
perintendent Wilson of Wayne Is president
of the association. Five hundred teacher
are expected.
and he married her. The court said tha to Thursday morning at :J0. Last evening
mother and brother of the husband began j ne delegates and the local firemen met
at the department rooms and in a body
attended the performance at the Paddock
opera bouse by the "A Trip to Egypt1
At the convention this afternoon Grand
Island was selected as the place for holding
tne next annual meeting.
Theso officers were elected: Charles Holtse
of Wahoo, president; J. V. Hydner of York,
first vice president; M. M. Mortensen of
Fremont; second vice president; E. A. Mil
ler of Kearney, secretary: Harry Graff of
Seward, treasurer; J. F. MoOee of Kearney,
George Howe of Fremont, Al Marks of
Btanton, Jacob Goehrlng of Seward, B. J.
Galley of Columbus, board of control; na
tional delegate, L. W. Hague of Minden.
to make It unpleasant for the new wlfa
and finally got her to move to her home
stead and then George Harvey deserted
her and her child. She received a verdict
In the lower court for $3,000.
No Trade with Nemaha.
"I see the newspapers In tha last few
days are talking that Good of Nemaha will
trade the votes of his county on the sena
torial question to make himself state treas
urer," said William Ernst today. "That la
counting chickens before they are hatched.
"There Is nothing aura that Good will
have the delegation In the first place. A
good many Nemaha men are telling me that
Peter Berlet will be a candidate for treas
urer, too, and that all the western part of
the county will be for him, and a strong
following In Auburn. . Both Good and Ber- 1
let are bankers, and It will be a lively fight
"But the people tell me there will be no
chance for either of them to trade tha
delegation. They think that Nemaha county
wfll pass resolutions In tha county conven
tion Instructing the delegation for senator
Woolen Mill May Oocnpy Old Sugar
NORFOLK, Neb., Jan. 18. (Special.) The
Union Pacific railroad, through Its Indus
trial agent. Is now advertising the Norfolk
beet sugar factory building and land as a
CI CPTPIi'lTV Cures deafness and
ElXbinibll I head noises perma
nently by applying It to the ears.
A mild current Is passed through
the ears, reducing all Inflamma
tion, relieving all shrunken and
thickened conditions of the ear
drums. It also acts as a great
nerve tonic, restoring and reviving
every nerve fiber to a healthy con
When I was T years old I had an
attack of Scarlet Fever which af
fected my . hearing, and ever since
then, until now, my ears have been
discharging. My hearing gradually
became worse until at times people
would have to fairly shout to make
me understand what they said. In
fact, whenever I bad a cold I was
almost totally deaf. People told me
deafness from the fever could not
be cured, and I gave up all hope
of ever hearing clearly again. But
reading of the wonderful cures that
Dr. lira na inn n has been effecting
by his new electrical treatment. 1
decided to try onoe more to obtain
relief, and I am very glad I did, for
the effect was even more than I
expected. The ringing noises In my
head, which had been so severe
that I could hardly sleep and the
discharge irom tne ears nave en
tirely stopped, and I can now hear
a watch tick at arm's length, and
can plainly understand an ordinary
conversation anywhere within the
room. In fact, my hearing is now
better than at any time within fif
teen years and life la worth living
again. - I can sincerely recommend
Dr. Branaman's treatment to any
lew . Little Benton St., Council
,' Homo Treatment as Effective
as OBsee Treatment. Write for
Homo Treatment Symptom
Blanks and Book of Testl-
CIO N. Y. Life Bide, Omaha, Neb.
Office Hours t a. m. to p. Hi.;
evenings, Weum-adays and Satur
days. 1 to I p. in.; Sundays, 10 a.
LJ m. to II m.
and governor, so there will be nothing to prise to any Industry that may care to come
traae. ine canaiaates win nave to go after
votes In the state convention on their own
records and not because they have votes to
trade. I don't believe the people In our part
of the state, or any other part, want to be
shut out of expressing a choice on senator
and governor Just because there are local
candidates for treasurer."
Independent Telephone Association.
The annual convention of the Nebraska
.Independent Telephone association will be
held In Lincoln Tuesday and Wednesday.
January 3 and 24. with headquarters at tha
Linden hotel. This meeting Is called at the
request of the executive committee, W. E.
Bell, O. T. Everett. F. E. Ebersole, C. W.
Nunemaker and T. H. Pollock. An effort
will be made to adopt soma plan to har
monise the Independent telephone interests
of the state. There are a great many Im
portant matters to be discussed and decided
upon at this meeting snd every one who Is
In any way Interested in independent tele
phone development In this state or In ad
joining states are requested to be present.
Elevator at Fremont Closes.
FREMONT. Neb., Jan. 18 (Special.) The
Westbrook-Glbbons Grain company has de
cided to close its elevator here and Agent
Morrison will be transferred to some other
point and the building removed. The clos
ing of F street from First to Jensen and
the building of the Great Northern left
them between two railroads, and the Mc-Call-Webster
elevator on Main street would
prove a strong competitor. Their coal yard
is being occupied by Rogers & 8chroeder.
Fremont grain dealers say that the new
elevators on the Ashland line of the Great
Northern will divert the principal part of
their Saunders county buslnesa The Mo-
Call-Webster elevator at Woodcllft Is al
ready doing a good business, and three ele
vators, two of them Independent, are going
up at Leahara. A grocery store at the lat
ter point has opened for business and two
other buildings have been finished, one for a
hardware store and another for a bank. No
dwellings have yet been built. ,
Woman Dies from Barns.
BERTRAND. Neb., Jan. IS. (Special.
Mrs. Christ Nutimann. wife of one fl the
most prominent' farmers and stockmen of
this vicinity, was terribly burned at -her
borne, ten miles southwest of town, last
night and died as the result of ber In
juries at t o'clock this morning, after a
night of great suffering. Mrs. Nutunann'a
here and employ labor In sufficient quan
tity. It Is said that there Is now some Idea
that a woolen mill may be Installed. The
packing plant proposition, In which a South
Omaha man was Interested, did not ma
teriallze, though it is argued here that such
a proposition, with enough capital to manip
ulate, could be made to succeed,
Tha factory has been empty something
more than a year. Besides the buildings
there are 240 acres of fertile land belonging
to the property.
Word received here through those who
have returned from Lamar, Colo., the point
to which the machinery from the Norfolk
plant was moved. Indicates that that fac
tory has had little more success than here.
a lack of beets In Colorado being given as
the cause.
Prairie Fire Near KlmhalL
KIMBALL, Neb.. Jan. 18.-A prairie fire
has been burning all night east of this town
and a number of ranches are reported to
have been devastated. Thousands of acres
of range have been burned over.
vrivo nrsoni in 1 wo ueif Wolves.
BEATRICE, Neb., Jan. 18. (Special Tele
gram.) In the wolf drive held northwest of
the city today two wolves and about 100
rabbits were killed. About 300 persons par
ticipated in the bunt. "
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Kill I2a.U If " W in
HIISMlf ll bottle, full
x-sikiwnr iiUk is our n
MelBtfiSFVJ "Duffy's
1 pjj j j
sealed bottles only never In bulk. A fac-almlle of th genuine
Ue, la printed here so that you may easny recognun u. u
natented bottle round, amber colored, and with the nam
Malt Whiskey Company" blown Into the glass. The trade-mark
Chemist's Head Is on the label, and over the cork there Is au
engraved paper seal. Be certain this eeal Is not broken.
Unscrupulous dealers, mindful only of profit and caring
nothing for the health of their customers, are offering for sale
low-Krade, impure whiskey, which they call Duffy's Malt
Whiskey. - ,
It Is a bogus whiskey and a fraud, intended to decelT
the people.
Of course, when a remedy has lieen before the public so
long, has been prescribed and used by the best doctors and
In all the prominent hospitals, and ha carried the blessing
of health Into so many thousands of homes as DUFFY'S PURH
MALT WHISKEY haa. Imitations are bound to arise. Butthty
can imitate th bottle and label only no one can imitatt the content.
is a formula worked out fifty yeara ago by one of the greatest
chemists the world has ever known, and while It haa cured
millions of people during the last half century, the secret haa
never been discovered.
Any firm that will sell imitation goods will sell Impure
drugs. The Arm that is dishonest in one thing would not hes
itate to be dishonest in another. Whenever you see Imitation
goods with the Arm's name on, beware of anything and every
thing put up by that firm. You endanger your own life and
the lives of your family and friends by dealing with them.
Noted Chicago Physician and Chemist
Commends Duffy's.
Dr. E. M. Eidherr, after severe and exhaustive tests of
samples of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, reports It to be per
fectly pure, free of coloring matter, wood spirits and fusel oil,
and recommends It in all cases for youug and old whera aa
effective tonic is required.
In his original report he says:
"The samples of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey submitted to my
laboratory for chemical examination were found perfectly pure and en
tirely free of amyl and methyl alchohols (fusel oil and wood spirits),
and also devoid of coloring matter. Comparative tests have been made
with samples of Duffy's Malt Whiskey, bought from different drug
stores in this city, with the same result. On basis of these examina
tions. I pronounce your preparation as an excellent tonlo-stlmulant,
tissue builder and Invlgorator, which can be used by young and old
for wasting diseases, nervous debility, loss of appetite and. In short. In
all cases where an effective tonic is required."
DR. B. M. EIDHERR, Chicago, 111., July I. 1805.
When you ask for
WHISKEY be sure you
get the genuine, which Is
the only absolutely pure
malt whiskey containing
medicinal, health-giving
qualities. Imitations and
substitutes, far from re
lieving the sick, are
positively harmful. De
mand DUFFY'S, and be
sure you get it. Be on
your guard against re
filled bottles. ,
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey promotes health and longevity.
Contains no fusel oil and Is the only whiskey recognised by the
Government as a medicine. This is a guarantee
The genuine is sold by all reliable druggists and grocers, or direct,
$1 a bottle. Medical book free. Address Duffy Malt Whiskey Co.,
Rochester, N. T.
Nwi of Xebraaka.
i weaneauay, iniormeni u-ing at ..uoa ad
WESTON Weston voted water h. I x UKismessrs. ynneuan ana n oi
the special election held this week. i01rJV TP..V- rl.2Z,2,
A INSWORTH J. R. ZelKler and Ml.. S. "... ..V kj v,., 'd n rv ,
Winnie Bala of Norden were married here. I vio-ir. Rtinrt whn'ntii.nM calf
BEATRICE Two cases of diphtheria In a sold recently for $35, and a Blackbird cow
malignant form were reported here venter. I r.a.i.H mckhiri nf Wmiilann whnne fu-
"7. month-old calf sold this month for .
PUATTSMOUTH J. R. Denson came verv I TWI'MSEH-The following is the mort-
nearly amputating one of his toes while I gage record for Johnson county for De
chopping wood with a sharp axe. I cember, 1906: Number of fnrm mortgages
AUBURN Anna Brlstow. the fi.vear.oM filed 17. amount $43 "5; number released
girl who was accidentally burned yesterday, lf. amount $23,670. Number of town and
aiea ibbi evening rrnm- th Atrenta i cuv moriKHKes iuiu q. nuiimiii .9oi , nuin-
EDfJAR .Tom.. Tinhh. h.. .m hi. ber released 9, Amount $4,343.83. Number
. . . J 1 n
ana transfer line to M. A. Fai
member of Parkena Brothers'
reed establishment.
- .'1111 .... mcmciioiii I ) i rum I .... .... .... .. ..
county and Miss Anna Sealey of Nance county leri tonignt tor bi. iouis arter jonn
0"'rre married her. by Judge H. H. .rf..Ji,,:.
rBONRCrT,1.. former edi-
tor of the Post, has announced that he and whom fttnmn work'' riurinz the nt 'sum-
PJ! W,J9 w.m J n tp Salvation Army and me, atumn la held bv the Dolfre of St.
laoor tor tne salvation or mankind. Louis and tn rnm tn Nebraska
fAriLUON-owinx to the prevalence of without reoulHltinn naners.
w.. 1 lV. "1 vicinity or Chalco th BEATRICE Edward Bcheffler. a tenant
publlo school at that place has been closed on the farm of Thomas Ellis, who resides
as a precaution against the spread of the northwest of the city, was arrested yester-
dlseaae. dav afternoon on n twum warrant sworn
place especially have been seen often partlcu-1 MANILA - WANTS SOLDIERS
ur v ninnir ini mil luriiia . , . , ,
oia,, m. ... nt Ashland. Manv farm
ers are now the owners of packs of wolf j
years of age.
The funeral took
Parkena lunlnr chattel mortgages filed 4H, amount $J0.
ers' livery and 761 93 : number rcleasel 73. amount Un
of Polk
87S. U6. 1
M'COOK-Sherlff Peterson of Red Willow
hounds and numerous hunts have been or
ganized and several wolves capiureo.
Among them have been a few largo gray
wolves and near Memphis a red fox was
shot. Coyotes have been numerous and
many rabbits have been bagged. Since the
new game law went Into effect protecting
squirrels large numbers of these little ani
mals are to be seen In the timber.
PLATTPMOUTH For the first time in the
history of this city the pastors and mem
bers of five churches, three English and
two German, are uniting this week as the
week of prayer In holding union evangel
ical services, and the attendance la large
and the devotional spirit very marked. Last
evening Rev. D. A. Youtsy chose for the
subject of his carefully worded discourse
Psalms vlll:S. "What Is man that thou art
mindful of him?" This evening Rev. A. F.
Ploeta delivered an able discourse in Ger
man In the German Evangelical church.
The singing and a portion of the exercises
were In Lngilsh, which made the service In
teresting and helpful to all.
NORFOLK A new rule
Chambers of Commerce Woald
Ilave Barracks Built Array
Irom City.
MANILA, Jan. 18. Five chambers of com
merce have united in a vigorous protest to
President Roosevelt against the building of
barracks to accommodate the coming regi
ments of United States troops In the almoat
inaccessible province of Pempanga. It la
stated that If the barracks are built there
the expense of their construction will be
doubled and the transportation of all sup
plies will be dependent on tha Dagupan
railroad. The chambers of commerce there
fore petition the president that t. a troops
be quartered in the outskirts of Manila,
whera the conditions are deolared to be
healthier and the cost of living cheaper. It
I ! nolnte4 nut alafl that tha iran.a et Ik.
FOLK A new rule has Just gone I . ... ... ... .
Into effect In the public schools of this I "" ramnwiii oi
city to correct a peculiar evil. For some
time it naa Deen a rule mat any room
which came out at the end of the month
with a record clear ef tardy marks could
have a quarter-day holiday. This encour-
TT.ArraxrrkTTrTT tVuntv t.. rr r. I nut kv emu., t. . i ,h.i ahAmA
Travis has united In the holy bonds of leveled a shotgun at Mr. Ellis and threat- e?'ne emmren wneniney saw iney were
matrimony Henry J. Stuiken of Planking- ened to shoot him while he was In the act of b rdy home rather than
ton, H. D., and Miss Anna M. iiuber of I driving Bcheffler s stock out of the corn
Loulsville, Neb. field. Schemer was released on bond of $300
MADISON The damage suit brourht bv to PPear before Judge Inman January Zl,
James Voborll of Schuyler against William I MADISON Judge Boyd has handed down
nenneay, enter or ponce or Madison, and I a nnai aecision in tne injunction case oc
his bondsmen, Joseph Kllpatrick and I Baker against Montgomery. The lnjunc
George Earl, has gone by default. I tlon against Dr. Montgomery stands pro-
TBCVMSEH William E.: Bowen of this nimting mm rrom practicing medicine in
city and Miss Mamie Henry, now of La- Madison and vicinity. Pending the dislon
fayette, Colo., but formerly of Tecumseh, ot the supreme court, to wuch the case
were married in the Colorado city Wednes- W'H he appealed Dr. Baker Is not required
day. They will reside on a Johnson county to S"lv a bond, nor is Dr. Montgomery per-
farm, the property of the groom. mitted to give one tn supersedeas of the
BITRWELL Irven Darllna- was hurl. judgment
from the Christian church yesterday after- FULLERTON As soon as R. O. Adams
noon. Rev. C. W. Nichols conducting the "olI the Fullerton Post to A. B. Currier and
services. Mr. Darling was an old soldier th Politics of the paper was changed from
and an old resident of the town, having democratic to a republican one, the
come here and homesteaded In an early democrata and populists, not to be outdone,
dav. combined and secured the News-Journal.
EDGAR The Presbyterian Church took f'1,1idu,b.v, W:, Tn.n,,r' t.KrnlT5nt tnelr
in twenty-one new members last Sunday Lnter;?1 n1 Principles. About three years
morning. The roll of the church has been "wMi"n jnn.eI-oa ? ? .!he vfeP"b'luan
steadily lengthening since Mr. Humphrey "Vk" 5IV?.bcame dl,,or nf .V1 w"'Jor"
was installed as pastor, as the result of "1 b now remains as Its editor under
his untiring etrorts in Denair of the cause I
he lovea. . A INSWORTH Mrs. Cleaves of Nellgh
BEATRICE The Loyal Mystic Legion of P"'..J,r''""' president Inspector and
America met last night and Installed these 'nt.a.lle.i'rfrof ,th,f Wome"l" Re'J8'
Farmer Fools Straagers.
PLATTSMOUTH. Neb., Jan. lS.-(Spe.
cial.) Three strangers drove to the home
of a weulthy farmer in Mount Pleasant
precinct, In this county, and one asked
ot the farmer many questions concerning
the number ot his family and their ages.
his crops, the number of cattle, horses.
hogs, sheep nnd agricultural implements
he owned. They Informed him that they
were taking the census for the govern
ment. The shrewd old farmer noticed that
there were two sheets of paper, one under
the other, on which one had written down
the answers to the questions, and he
could not quite understand why It should
require three men to do the work ot one,
so he became fully convinced that they
I were trying to "work" him, and would
kot sign the paper as requested. The
strangers then took their departure. The
farmer, who declined to allow his name
to appear In print, learned that the
strangers did not visit any other farmer In
that neighborhood. One farmer in each
vicinity whose note Is aa good as gold In
any bank was all they cared to visit.
R. A. Phelps, worthy counselor:
Mrs. Thomas Lawrence, worthy vice coun
selor; F. A. Lee. worthy prophet: W. B.
Lenhart. secretary; Mis. W. E. Lenhart,
MADISON Two business changes took
place in Madison yesterday. Joseph Dan
iels purchased the Home restaurant of J.
W. Davis. He In turn bought Bert Tay
lor's interest In the pool and billiard halt
across the street. Both took possession
corps. Installed the following officers for
tne ensuing year: president, Mrs. Dather;
senior vice, president, Mrs. Davison; Junior
vice president, Mrs. Corhett; treasurer. Mrs.
Paine; chaplain, Mrs. Gnddard; conductor,
Mrs. Williams; guard. Mrs. Bailey; secre
tary, Mrs. Ackerman; color bearers. Mrs.
Finney. Mrs. Fournler, Mrs. Danltils and
Mrs. Potter; assistant color bearer, Mrs.
Alder; assistant guard, Mrs. Debolt.
ASHLAND A comDanv of Omaha and
Lincoln stockholders has been formed for
erecting a crushed stone plant along the
tZK?tffSt&rit!ll buff.'bordeVlng'rhe"p;atteVwer'heeen
SL it. iHiih!!lT,f th, plnt nd South lU na on ,h Bur-
21? ,hl !,ytu,MIti,i!i Ungton s old main line to Piattsmouth. The
Sullies bLi M V h S tlmb" " been d'ared. the formation un-
supplies i to a ter Bros. M. Ei Hileman COVered and the material for the crushers
'"ZrKl"lmuvK"""'ma,-mlma",'nirhu been ordered. Two crushers will be
. . . , w. .u installed and about eighty men employed.
BASSETT About 10: last night the The Burlington will build a aiding to the
siaugnier nouns oi r. wtnion, snuaiea plant. It will compete with the one which
Waadmea at the World.
LINCOLN, Jan. la (SpeclaL)-The 180
delegates of the districts of Woodmen of
the World In Nebraska elected these offi
cers: President. D. W. Carre, Beatrice;
vice president, H. E. Lemon, Falls City;
secretary. W. K. Richbaugh. Wayne:
banker, 8. R- Brown, Lincoln. The offi
cers of the state convention were made tha
executive committee. Tork and Lincoln
In the northwest part of town, was de
stroyed by fire together with tools and sev
eral dressed animals. The loss to Mr.
Whlton amounts to about $j0a There was
no insurance.
BUR WELL The series of revival meet
ings that have been conducted for the last
two weeks at the Methodist church by
Rev. F. A. Campbell from University Place,
closed last night. Much good has been
done among the church people and a num
ber have confessed conversion.
BEATRICE Jamea Mendenhalt, traveling
freight and passenger agent or tne Burling
has been In operation for a number of
years at Cedar Creek and which haa en
joyed a wonuerruuy prosperous business.
EDGAR An arrangement has been made
whereby a grand union revival meeting will
be held, all of the churches uniting In the
effort. Tne services or the evangelist, Rev.
Lincoln McConnell. and "Lonny" Jones.
soloist and director, have been procured
for the occasion, and if their work here
brings as good results as It has In other
Dlaces It will no doubt be the grandest
revival ever held In Edgar. The meetings
will be held In the opera house where there
ton road, was quite badly Injured at his will be plenty of room to seat the congre
saay mgni Dy tailing down , gallon ana an ample rostrum for the at-
home here Tue
the starway leading to the cellar, a distance
of nine feet. He sustained a number of
severe contusions on tne head and nu
merous bruises about the body.
BEATRICE A farewell reception was
given to Captain Matchett of the Salvation
Army at the home of Captain Roahon last
evening. About twenty-five guests were
present and a very enjoyable evening was
passed In music and games. Captain Mat
chett leaves Friday for Mitchell, 8. D.. to
continue in Salvation Army work.
OAKLAND Word haa been received here
of the death of Mra Michael Emmlngton,
formerly of this place, but more recently ot
Pender, at Los Angeles Monday, from con
sumption. About a year ago Mr. and Mra
enaaaed In a conteat for the next conven. I Einmington removed to California, hoping
, i. w . , i to neneni tne neaun ui uuin. nesiaes tier oi wna anunaia nan efi rummun to mis
tlon, Lincoln winning by a Urgs majority, j husband ahe leaves aa adopted daughter, 16 j locality durln the last wliuer. Wolves
coinmodiiUon of the chorus of some seventy
AINS WORTH The Alnsworth post No.
171. Grand Army of the Kt-puullc, Installed
the following officers for the ensuing year:
Commander, T. I. McAndrews; senior vice
commander, C. W. Potter; Jure vice com
mander, J. C. Toliner; qua.rteiri:uster, H. O.
Paine; surgeon. Robert Martin; chaplain, H.
R. Uoddard; officer of the day, T. Wanker;
guard, G. J. Kimball; delegate to depart
ment encampment, C. A. Bailey; alternate,
W. D. McAndrews: adjutant, C. F. Barnes;
Installing officer. George Sheldon. The old
boys are still trying to keep step with the
old and familiar song, "We Are Marching
Through Georgia."
ASHLAND An unusually large number
of wild animals has beeti common to this
attend school that half day. The new rule
provldea that the Individual pupil whose
record shows neither tardy mark nor ab
sence mark for the month gets a quarter
day holiday. Under the old system many
children, rather than face the odium which
was bound to te cast against tnem oy
their classmates on being tardy, remained
la Desperate straits
are many, who could be cured by Dr. King's
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Rala la Nebraska Today Rlslasr Tern.
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WASHINGTON, Jan. Is. Forecast of the
weather for Friday and Saturday:
For Nebraska and South Dakota Rain
Friday, rising temperature In east and cen
tral portion; Saturday, rain.
For Iowa Fair, with warmer in east por
tion; Saturday, rain.
For Wyoming Rain Friday and Saturday.
For Kansas Fair Friday; Saturday, rain.
For Colorado Fair in east portion Fri
day; Saturday, rain.
Local Reeord.
OMAHA, Jan. 18. Official record of tem
perature and nreclDltatlon. com wired whh
the corresponding day of the laat three
veara: 1906. IV. IV. 1j3.
Maximum temperature.... 30 82 44 SO
Minimum temperature 21 20 24 19
Mean temperature 26 2S S4 24
Precipitation 00 T .00 .(0
Temperature and precipitation departures
rrom tne normal at uinana eince iarcn l,
and comDarison with the last two-years:
Normal temperature It
Excess for the day
Total excess since March 1, 190$ 004
Normal precipitation 03 inch
Deficiency for the day 02 inch
Total rainfall since March 1 29.98 Inches
Deficiency since March 1. 19u6.... 2.66 Inches
Excess for cor. period IMS 5.07 Inches
Excess tor cor. period 1901 17$ inches
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St. Louis, clear
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Rait Lke City, raining
Valentine, cloudy
Wllliston, clear
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