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THE OMILA SUNDAY BEE: JUNE 24, 190C
USCOIS KICKS OS OMAllA
BuioMi Van laaitt AiMitmaDt of
afetropolis it Too Low,
PROPOSE TO APPEAL TO STATE BOARD
Caaatlee Wkleh Hae Resorted fp ta
Data Shaw laereaso Otr the
Flgaree af Laat Tfr Staaa. .
ard Oil I a corporate.
(Prom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. June 21. (Special.)-The busl-rr-ss
mm of Lincoln, so It la reported 19
day. f vary much exercised oyer the
assessment of Omaha property and they
mil. It la asserted, go before tha state
board to see that the assessment la In
creased. Tha builnm ma sent a man to
Omaha to look over tha assessment, and
ha reported today Omaha waa not near
high enoagh aa compared with tha Lin
coln merchant!. Lancaster county will
soon have ita report filed with the Bute
Board of Equsllxstlon and a aubatantlal
Increaae la ahown.
Following are tha countlea which have
leported. compared with tha total assess
niant of laat year:
County. Iflns lm$.
Butler I4.734.W4KI S5.7IO.701 OT
Cla v 4 Wi an 4 77a f
Dodge 7,004, H6g fw) :JK,M Jfi
Deuel J!:.0ft 1.017.11.11
Furnas J.J70.W 44 2.V9.246.0O
Hall 4.B14.72.r , 4. .'
Johnaon . ,724,0S.24 1.123. IK. 16
Nemaha 4..2!.7ft).&2 4.sa.S2oO
Perkins ttt.378.33 7,sjr7.io
Richardson i, 226. 471 26 .M.ioi II
Hock W7.370.T1 S)1, 400(16
gtaadarel Oil laaarwaraf e-o.
Tha Standard OH company has at la.it
filed article of Incorporation with tha sec
retary of state and will do a general busi
neaa In oil, tha um aa tha Standard Oil
company doea In other atatea. Tha inoor
poratora are William D. ' McHugh. Henry
P. Leavltt and Alvln F. Johnaon. Tha
capital atock la 11,000.000.
Oareraer Talka at (.
Governor Mickey went to Ottawa, Kan.,
laat night, where today ha delivered an
address at the Chautauqua, the day being
aet apart aa old aoldlera' day. Ha was
met In Kanaaa City by Governor Hoch and
etafr and eacorted to the Kanaaa town.
Strife ta Eatertala Bryaa.
Since tha Commereclal club of Lincoln
wired Mr. Bryan not to make any cngage
mente which would Interfere with hla wel
come to hla home city, new complication
have aet up. Today Jacob Wolf and W.
B Heater, who are nelghbora of Mr.
Bryan and who live at Normal, aent a
wire to thla effect: "Make no engagement!
which will Interfere with your real home
coming reception at Normal, your real and
only home." Inasmuch aa Mr. Bryan Uvea
at Normal and not at Lincoln., the Com
mercial club here may have to revlae It
message to tha Commoner.
gaeldoa Viewing Feaeea.
Senator Oeorge Sheldon of Caea county
waa in Lincoln laat night and today look
ing after hla political fencea., Senator
Sheldon expressed himself aa being well
aatlefled with the reception of hla candi
dacy and said ha Intended to continue
making an active campaign from 'now
until the date- of the convention.
Safe aad Rape Foartk.
Lincoln la going to have a safe and aane
Fourth of July and be aafe and sane
previous to that glorious day if Mayor
Brown haa hla way about it. Laat night
a., few firecrackers were set off by soma
small boys and today tha mayor laaued
strict ordera to bring into police court
very man, woman and child who shot a
firecracker before the big day rolled
Ma-ktataar Toye with Lawyer.
SLIghtnlng laat night struck one of tha
largest trees In tha atata house yard and
tore half of it Into splint era. W. B. Roae,
who waa leaving tha atata house at tha
time, was severely shocked for a second
by the crash of tha lightning but man
aged to haul away a big apllntar aa a
'PllOXB rOMPAXY WANT OITXET
Farmers Mataal of Rala Mar Caaakia
wltfc Bell Ceaipaay.
RULO, Nab., Juna II. (Special.) Tha
Far mere' Mutual Telephone company held
a meeting thla morning for tha purpoaa
of ascertaining whether or not it ia tha
daeira of the atockholdera to Join their
line ta tha line of tha Bell company.
Tha Bell company will give them free ex
change If they will algn a contract agree
ing to have no bualneee with tha Fall
City company. ' 1
Tha Mutual has 1.100 . 'phones with
their connections, and they wlah to get
free exchange so as to enable them to
communicate with tha outside world. Many
of the atockholdera are In favor of tha
plan, white several are opposed to it.
The Mutual aaked the Falls City com
pany for admittance Into Falla City and
the Fall City company eac,h time granted
their, deal re. but the Mutual each time
declined. Finally tha Farmera' Mutual
wanted to erect a toll station; thla was
A Life Problem
Hurry, Hard, Nervous Brain Work
7;, may do No Htxrm
or Terrible Injury
It all depends on Food and the mental condition.
If you find yourself growing weak, or some
stomach or any other trouble is setting in, it's a
sure sign you are using up more gray matter
than the food replaces.
How correct it? Change diet
Quit Coffee Entirely.
9 A littlt Fruit.
' A dish of CRAPE-NUTS and cream.
A soft-boiled Egg, Toast, and
A cup ot POSTUM-HOT.
There you are, nourished and happy until
lunch time, and sure that you have the food the
life forces use to fully rebuild the waste in gray
matter in nerves and brain.
'There's a Reason.'
rraated aad tha cltlaene of Felle Clty
subscribed 100 to help the thing aJeng.
Thla then waa also declined.
BROW FAVOR TltR atjt ARB DRAL
Seaatarlal Aeatroat Mya Ho Meade
IT Freel em t Resierell.
TECVM8EH. Neb.. June a.-iSpeclal Tel
egram ) Hon. Norrl Brown, aspirant for
a scat In the fnlted ' Ptatea senate, ad
flre d a meeting of Johnaon county peo
ple at the court house In thla city thla
afternoon In a forceful discussion of Issues
now before Nebraska votere. He aald ha
wanted It understood that ha was wl'h
President Rooeevelt on the aquare deal
platform. The government belongs to the
people." aald Mr. Brown, "and It Is the
duty of the people to run It." The rail
roads created by the people, he said, had
thrown off their coata and gone Into the
politics of Nebraska, notwithstanding tha
fact that the ownera of the corporatlona are
not resldenta ot thla state. This he ob
jected to, saying they should not. be al
lowed to dictate tha policies of the state.
Their great properties alwaye had been
and always would be protected by the peo
ple, but the railroad operatora ahould not
be allowed to pick out thla candidate and
that candidate or blackball any aspirant
to office. The courta atand aa a bulwark
to protect the right of men and property
In America, and this should be sufficient to
drive the railroad managere and heelers
from the caucuses. He believed the rail
roads were determined to nam the dele
gates to all convention, from county up,
this year. It waa a question for Johnson
county voters to decide whether they would
run their own political affair or whether
they would aak the railroads to do It. A
review of the rate'discrimlnsMon waa made
and it was contended that the great live
atock Intereets of Nebraska had suffered
from this cause. Mr. Brown Insisted that
tha public had a right to Insist on fair
ratea and that this waa all that wsutd be
espected. The addreaa waa frequently ap
plauded. Talk f Jew t'oart Hoase.
TEKAMAH Neb., June 33-Bpecial.)-At
the laat regular meeting of the county
commissioners of this county a petltlcn,
Igned by practically all of the heaviest
taxpayers, asking that a special election
be called for the purpose of voting bonds
to build a new court house for Burt county,
As the petition did not atata the amount
of bond to be voted for, and in order to
get tha sentiment of the people on that
point, the matter waa laid over until yea
terday and tha county clerk Instructed to
request the heavier taxpayers to be pres
ent and give their views In regard to tire
same. Consequently a large and Very en
thusiastic gathering met at tha court
hoase yesterday afternoon and each one
waa called upon for, hla ideas, with the
result that everyone preeent was In favor
of the bonda at from $75,000. to IIB.Mo to
build a court house, such aa a county the
else and with the wealth of Burt county
should have, and just a little better than
there la anywhere In thla aectlon of tha
country. Large delegatkma were present
from Oakland, Lyons, Craig, Bell Creek
and Arisena township.
Crop Ceadltloaa Rata.
RULO, Neb.. June 28. (Special.) Since
tha rain cropa are coming forward at a
rapid rata. Corn la growing rapidly and
some farmers are "laying by" their early
corn. The lateat planting haa lost Its yel
low tinge and now Is of a dark green color.
Farmers are very bualty engaged cultivat
ing and cutting wheat
The early winter wheat is Indeed of a
good quality and quite plump, and the
lata variety of winter wheat ia milch bet
ter than tha early crop.
The oat crop, that waa aald to be "be
yond redemption" and three-quarter to a
very fair crop, will be harveated on moat
fields, while oceaaton&lly tha oata are
Just fine, a one-half crop of oata or leea
win be raised, and then on thin, poorly
Potatoes are looking quite well and the
crop of early 'potatoes Is coming on very
nicely. There are many larger than hens'
eggs. Lata potatoes are vary promlalng
and a good crop Is practically assured.
fans aser Terse Opeaa at Wayae.
WATNE, Neb., June St. (Special.)
The aummer term of the Wayne Normal
opened thla week with a registration of
6t and tha number will be Increased to
more than TOO next week. Tha total reg
istration for the year haa reached 1,683.
Mlaaea Klngabury and Chaae, former mem
ber of the faculty have returned aa mem
bers of the faculty alnce graduating from
the Chicago untveralty thla spring. Tha
commencement exercises occur between
August 1 and 10. Nearly 100 will re
ceive diploma "and eeventy-flve will re
ceive atate certlflcatea. A large number
have applied for admlaalon at the opening
of tha arhool year In September. Accom
modation for 1.000 atudenta will be ready
this fall on completion of tha new recita
tion building and large dormitory which
are being erected. Prealdent J. M. Pile
feela very cheerful ' over the outlook for
the enaulng year. He expects at least lot
to enter In September.
MILKS IS OUT FOR GOVERNOR
Idami Republican Kama Eutinn Major
to Head Tioktt.
PERMIT HIM TO SEltCT DELEGATION
Reaelatleas Denaad a Twe Ceat Rata
Law aad Aaolltlea at Passes
Miles Praaalaea Caaserva
HASTINGS. Neb.. June U. (Special Tele
gram.) The Adama county republican con
vention which waa held here today for tlie
purpose of electing delegates to the atate
convention and the district convention, waa
turnrd Into a regular old-time republican
love feast. J. P. A. Black presided and
Jamea Crowley waa secretary.
Aa aoen aa the organisation was per
fected, J. W. Jamea. in a brief address an
nounced the gubernatorial condldacy of C.
J. Miles, who Is now serving his third term
a mayor of the city of Haatinge, and
closed by moving that Mr. Miles be ac
corded the honor of selecting hi own dele
gation to the state convention.
This was received with a sudden burst
of applause and was unanl nously carried.
In addrearlng the convention Mr. Miita
said: "In these times It has become too
much the fashion to criticise and And fault
with public officials, but It wss a pleasure
to me to be complimented with an election
for the third time unanimously aa mayor
of the peerlek city of Hastings. It Is a
pleasure, and I consider It quite a tribute
and a decided and unusual compliment
from my neighbors and friend. And I
want to say to you, gentlemen of the re
publican convention of Adama county, I
feel 11 In my heart a great compliment to
be named aa a candidate for governor of
the great elate of Nebraska by my county.
I know that this delegation can do me a
great deal of good In Lincoln, and I am
going down there' for the purpose of being
nominated. I have endeavored to give my
city faithful stewardship and a good ad
ministration and if selected, it Is my ambi
tion to do everything I can for Adams
county and the great state of Nebraska
and to give the state a conservative and
economical businesslike administration. I
have great faith In the republican party
and will stflnd squarely on the platform
enunciated by the atate convention."
The delegates selected for the state con
vention are: J. P. A. Black. A. T. Brat
ton, Herman Stlne, J. I). Mines, J. W.
Jamea. Jacob Wooster, H. 8. Smith, J. C
Oil more all of Hastings: HeUry Huckfeldt
of Kenesaw, Erlck Johnson of Roseland,
Oeorge Maxwell and James FInnerty of
Delegate to the congressional conven
tion are: F. W. Infear, W. H. Harrla, R.
Ratcliffe, Oeorge P. Klein. O. J. Smith, B.
T. Roedes. O. M. Kress, J. R. Wright, J.
A. Gardiner. Oeorge Jamea, Jacob Flaher,
W. F. Button. A. C. Albright.
I The resolutions aa adopted declared de
votion to national republican principles,
advocated equal burdens of taxation for
all; endorse Representative Norrle; ap
proving the efforts to collect taxes from
railroads: urge the enactment of a direct
primary law; condemna the use of passes
and demand the passage of an anti-pass
law; approve the railway .commlaalon
amendment and tha passage of a two
cent rate law.
I.. G. Brlaa Xamea Delegation.
ALBION. Neb., June B. (Special Tele
gram.) The republican county convention
met here today with a full delegation from
each precinct in the county. W. L. Man
cheater was elected chairman of the con
vention and E. L. Sergeant, secretary.
Aubrey Smith of St. Edwards waa nom
inated for the legislature and O. M. Need
ham of Albion received the nomination
of county attorney. L. G. Brian", candidate
for the nomination of state treasurer, waa
allowed to name the delegatea to the state
convention and the following Is, the list of
the delegatea ao named: K. C. Gladem,
Shell Creek; F. M. Tulley. Cedar Rapids;
George M. Thompson, St. Edward; A. J.
Ruddy. Albion; W. L. Manchester, Albion;
C. F. Snyder, Petersburg ; F. D. William.
Albion; John Peters, Albion; H. F. Lehr,
Albion; J. A. Ash brook. . Primroee; C. C.
Goodrich, Cedar Rapids. R. Pryer of Prim
rose waa nominated aa commissioner from
the first district.
The convention waa one of the moat
harmontoua ever held in the county and the
ticket nominated Is conceded to be a strong
one. After the work of the convention.
Hon. W. W. Toung of Stanton, a prominent
candidate for the congressional nomination
from the third district, delivered a strong
The following delegatea were choaen to
the congreaslonal convention: E. L. Bar
geant. Burt Mansfield, H. B. Gladem, C.
W. Brown. S. J. Kennedy. H. Beebee, G.
M. Bell. R. Pryer, S. B. Morehead. H. K.
Heatlklnd. Jens Rand. H. F. Lehr. F. E.
Culver. George Wllllama and J. 8. Genung.
ALL .-"CROPS THRIVR 1CE RAI
Caaataa Coaaty Gralaa aad Fralta
' Show Abaadaat Yields.
WE8T POINT. Neb., June 23. tSpeclal.)
The effect of the late abundant ralna
Is very much In evidence. From personal
observation and reports from all parte of
Cuming county It la learned that wheat,
oata and rye have derived Immense benefit
from the moisture. Potatoea are filling out
In good shape and prospects are good for
a bountiful yield. Corn Is thriving and
haa attained a twelve-Inch growth In
many place. Most fields have been plowed
twice. Cherries are the most abundant
crop In tha memory of the oldest ' in
habitant. Many large cherry orchard
have been thrown open to the public, who
are allowed to pick all they want at 1
cent a pound.
FACKIXQ HOISE FOR BEATRICE
Caatraet la Let for Plaat to fie Com
pleted ta ElsTBt Moatae.
BEATRICE. Neb., June a (Special Tel
egram.) At a meeting of the Beatrice
Commercial club thla evening ptina were
perfected for the eetabllhm:Vi2 of A pack
ing plant In thla city to coat $1?S,000. There
wilt be no rash bonus, but the city ia
aaked to donate a alte. Beatrice cltlsena
are to take SM.ono In bonda. The rapacity
of tha plant will be 100 cattle and 1.0(10
hoga dally and will employ from Jno to 300
people. The contract calls for the com
pletion of the plant In eight montha. and
tha eaabltahment of such an Industry her
mean much to Beatrice and vicinity. It
la understood a Kansas City company is
behind the enterprise.
Chair Beya at Plattaaaaata.
PLATTSMOl'TH. Neb., June H. (Spe
11 ) The tented city haa been named
Camp Burgees In honor of Cannon H. R
Burgess rector of the St. Luke's Episcopal
church In thla city. Dean Beerher of tha
Trinity cathedral of Omaha la chaperon
for tha seventy-five choir boys from
Omaha. South Omaha and Lincoln. Among
the other ministers present are Rev. Rob
ert Bell of the Good Shephard. Omaha;
Rev. Morton W. . Roaa, St. Andrew's,
Omaha, and Rev. Jamea Wis of St. Mar
tin's. South Omaha. Tha boys are lined
up and given a aoldlera'ydrtll each morn
ing, but during tha day are allowed to go
fishing, boat riding, play ball -and enjoy
themaelves to the vary beat advantage.
The only accident thua far was tha cap-
atslng of a bark containing two of tha
boja, but they were evoa rescued from
rchard Wilhelm arpet o.
Q1416'18 South Sixteenth Street.
The porch has become an indispensable part of. the ideal home.
If we can't get away for the summer we can at least live in the open air. It should
be our living room for three or four months in the year. A picturesque one too, if altractively fitted up.
We hare a few National Pro
rees Gasoline Stoves left on
which we will make the follow
ing prices for Monday only:
CABIXKT PROCESS Three
top burners, large cabinet
oven and warming cloaet.
Regular price $35.00, Mon
day's price 920.73
CABINET PROCESS Two-top
burners with large cabinet
oven. Regular price $30.00,
Monday's price 922-65
Two-top burners and extra
large burner on step, includ
ing large polished steel oven,
$33.00, Monday 922.50
REVKOLIV8 FIRELKSS COOK
ERH 90.50 up
A great saving of time, labor
and money. Your fuel bill re
duced three-fourths. Avoids
all excessive heat in the house.
Prepares foods better because
all natural flavors are retained.
Impossible to burn or over
cook. Does not change your
methods of preparing foods, but
simply saves you money.
The cleanliness, slightliness and convenience of
Brass Beds are a real luxury compared .with
the usual wooden bedsteads. Our specials at a
little more than the price of a good Iron Bed.
New pretty designs, all have heavy posts and
filling, best Itffcquer finish and from $5.00 to
$10.00 underpriced, at
tha laka after enjoying a good duckln.,
Rev. Robert Bell will deliver the mornlni
dlacouraa In St. Luke's church In thh
city tomorrow and the choir boys will sing
PREACHER'S WIFE GETS DIVORCE
Co art Saatalas Chara-ea of CraeltT
Aaralaat Rev. J. L. Kelt.
FREMONT. Neb.. June 23. 8peclal.)
Judge Hollenberk decided the divorce caae
of Cora O. Kell against Rev. J. L. Kelt
thla morning In favor of the plantlff.
awarding her the custody of thrlr children.
The court reviewed the' evidence at aome
length. He held that the evidence sus
tained the plaintiff' chargea of cruelty
and failure to support and that defendant
had utterly failed to ahow that she was
not a suitable woman to have the custody
of their three amall children. He gave
notice of appeal to the aupreme court.
The defendant has had no pariah since
his wife lei t him. but is atlll In good stand
ing In the L'nlted Brethren church.
J. O. Uai noea to Maalla Asala.
MADISON, Neb.. June 28 (Special Tele
gram.) J. O. Lang, who served with the
First Nebraska In the Philippines during
the Bpan'Bh-American war and haa been
in the mall service at thla place the paat
four yeara, received notice from. Washing
ton today of hla appointment to a position
in tha Philippine department service. He
haa derided to accept and will sail for
the Islands about August 1. The position
pays $1,200 per year.
Aaeallaat Rarapea In Darkaeas.
AURORA, Neb.. Juna 28. Special Tele
gram.) Ed ward Fowler, a arn of one of
Aurora's well known citizens, waa assaulted
on tha street between I and 10 o'clock last
night and ahot three times. Hla assailant
escaped In the darkness. The attack was
audden and wholly unexpected. The young
man Is doing aa well aa could be expected
and hla friends think he will recover.
Wireless Reaches Boast Commit.
ALBION. Neb.. June 23 -( Special )-W. B.
Watson received a wlrelesa telegram yes
terday from hla eon, Fred, who for the
past year haa been in the government
service on the Panama canal. The mes
sage was aent from mid-ocean and for
warded from the place of ita receipt to
Albion over the Western t'nlon lines. Thla
ia tha first wlrelesa telegram ever received
In thla part of the atata.
I Not a Bee.
GRAND ISLAND. Neb.. June 2S. (Spe
cial.) L. B. Stllea, who committed suicide
Thursday at Fremont, waa not, aa atated,
an organiser of the order of the Western
Beea. Mr. Stllea severed hla connection en
tirely with thla order on February 1, last,
and waa not, even a member at tha tlrr.a
of hla death.
Mlaalaar Bar la Foaaa.
NORFOLK Neb., Juna 21. (Special.)
Jtmmle O'Qormon, tha lad who mysteri
ously disappeared nlna weeka ago, and
whose father nearly became, tha victim of
mob attack, waa found working for a
Hewa af Nebraska.
ALBION A. B. P rower and Mrs. Sarah
Lewla of this place were married at
BF.ATRICK Tha Beatrlca Chautauqua
assembly Is new in full blast, and is ba
; ; ajr? ?, ffp
The comfortable and well built
kind for outdoor uae. A very
tempting assortment of Good Old
Chairs, Rorkeri and Settees
Adapted to all kinds of weather
Rockers and Chairs at 91.7ft,
2.25, 92.&0, 92.75, $3.23 and
Settees, at 94-00, 94.7ft, $.130
Porch Chairs and Rockers. Frames
made of hard maple, seats and
backs of double woven reed.
We mention two exceptional
values In an Arm Chair and
Rocker, at. . . .92.75 and 93-00
They suggest open windows, softly blowing' breezes
and cool and inviting rooms.
FRENCH MUSLIN-36 inches wide, stamped and tinted
with new dainty patterns, per vard 15c
RUFFLED MUSLIN CURTAINS Washable and cool,
MADRAS CURTAINS-A11 colors-A new importation, '
a pair $4.50
SNOW FLAKE CURTAINS, with broad and narrow
6tripes, any color. These are effective and wear well,
. a pair '. $2.50
BED SETS French muslin with bolster covers, complete,
per set $1.75
TAFFETA BED SET-For double or single beds, with
bolster cover, complete, regularly sold for $7.50. Special
price, per set $3.75
HA M MOCKS
By all means have a hammock. They mean many hours of
comfort and pleasure and the piazza and lawn are not
complete without one. "We have them in attractive de
signs and color combinations for $1.50 to $5.75
Hammock Cushions, each , 59c
Japanese Straw Mats, each 15c
Brass Extension Rods, extend 30 to 54 inches, each. .12V$c
We are headquarters for good window shades, selling only the best
They measure 3x6 feet, and vary In price from ,25c to 65c
. .$22.50, $25.00, $27.50 and $32.00
ng attended by large crowds from day to
WEST POINT County Judge Dewald haa
issued a marriage license to Oscar R. Lelsy
and Miss Nellie Ernest of Beemer.
PLATTPMOUTH Dr. E. D. Cummin
has been appointed medical examiner toi
t he l'nlted States marine aervlce.
BEATRICE Work orf the new Burling
ton depot at thla point la progreaaing rab
idly. The roof ta on and the atructure Is
BEATRICE Work haa been atarted on
the cold storage and Ice plant of the Beat
rice Poultry and Cold B'orage company.
The plant complete will cost 134,000.
WEST POINT The parochial schools of
the Uerman Lutheran church cloaed for
the summer vacation Wednesday, and the
St. Mary's parochial school cloaed on Fri
day. FREMONT An extra freight on tha Lin
coln line of the Northwestern Jumped tha
track weat of town Saturday afternoon.
The engine and four cars left tha rails. No
one wsa hurt
PAPILLION Tha total assessed vslua
tion of the peraonal property of Sarpy
county, exclusive of railroads, telephone
and telegraph, this year ia 1408,11. Last
year it was t439,S.'.
WEST POINT The total assessed valua
tion of Cuming county of the personal
property for the year If la l,lf.72, as
compared with (1,110.021 for the year lib,
showing a alight gain.
WEST POINT The Union Sunday school,
which waa ao successfully conducted dur
ing last kunrmer at the Maurer achool
house, in Cuming township, will again
open on next Sunday.
WE8T POINT Miss Christina Lander
field wss married by County Judge Dewald
to Fred laachoff. 'The contracting parties
aie well known residents of North Bend,
where they will make their home.
BEATRICE Semmer Miller wai trought
here yesterday from Wymure and lod u
In Jail on the charge of grand larceny.
He was bound over to' the district court
by Judge Crawford of that place.
BEATRICE A light rain fell here
Thursday night. It waa not needed, but
win ao no narm. nin e tne neavy rain ir .
last Monday cropa are looking fine and'
farmera appear to be much encouraged.
TEKAMAH Frank Guatafson of Oak
land waa appointed commissioner from in
Third district by tha county Judge, clerk
and treasurer yesterday, to All the vaca fy
caused by the death of Theo. PalmquUt.
NORFOLK Dr. Oallagher haa been un
conacloua at Plalnvlew for over twenty
four hours aa the result of Inhaling gas
and flames Chemicals exploded In his
office, starting a fire. He was overcome.
BEATRICE The residence of John
Peters, located In West Beatrice, waa
atrurk by lightning and burned to the
ground early Saturday morning, with all
of ita contenta. Loss, S1.20U, with W) In
surance. BEATRICE Mr. Ora J. Mayborn. caah
ler of the Dlller State bank, and Mlae
Bessie Jackson were married at the bride's
home near Dlller Thursday evening. Af er
a abort wedding trip tney will take ut
their residence In Dlller.
GENEVA Miss M. Ballar of Geneva and
Jamea A. Ray of Strang were married at
the home of the brides parents, Mr. and
Mrs. William I. Bailar. Wednesday fore
noon. Mrs. Ray waa a teacaer for the
last two yeara In Geneva schools.
WEST POINT Prof. Ray lne. a well
known Cuming county school teacher, su
perintendent of the Wolbach public schools
tor the last year, haa been called to tha
head of tha schools at Franklin, where ha
will have a corpa of six aaaistanta.
GENEVA Mlaa Hat tie Little of Geneva,
who wsa elected st-ale prealdent of the
P. E. O. at the convention at Blue Hill,
waa received at the depot on her return
by a number of her alster P. K. O.'a In
carriages and driven to her homa in atate.
PLATTB M OUT H William Noxon founi
a atona hatchet or tomahawk near Cuilom
and presented it to Colonel H. C. McMaken
to add to hla collection of Indian relic.
Tha tomahawk shows artlatto workman
ship and la In an excellent atata of pres
ervation. BEATRICE Soma of tha farmera in
Gage county have commenced harvesting
a heat. The yield thus far Is better tnau
j? r-: ?m
These are rood color combination, quite effective and in expen
sive. Crex Grass Rugs, suitable for porch or dining room.
18x36 In. for.
Jlx36 In. for
2x4 ft. for
2-2x5 ft. for
2-6x5 ft, for v.
MOOD J PORCH M ITS Slightly damaged on the edge, guaran
ted Oriental dyes, made from the best Indian fiber, Special for Monday.
18x36 MoodJ Mat, regular price 11.00.
24x4R MoodJ Mat, regular price 11.75.
3x6 ft. MoodJ Mat, regular price $3.75,
4x7 ft. MoodJ Mat, regular price $5.75,
GRAMTK ART KQVAltKS Splendid line of Oriental patterns to
7Hx9 Granite Art Square. . .92.S5 9x12 Granite Art Square. . . .94.ftO
9x9 Granite Art Square 93.40
KVMKRA Rl'S Very heavy and durable. Oriental coloring; suit
able for dining room.
x for 94.25 9x12 for fss.75
PKKAX Rl'G Made of the best quality wool with a heavy brussela
warp wnicn manes mem lay on the
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SUNSHINE FELT An Orchard & Wilhelm product, made of
iong staple cotton, felted and laid in laj-vfs, guaranteed by us.
The most comfortable of mattresses and the best possible value
at the price $12.00
0STERM00R Patent elastic felt mattresses, made up in fancy,
art twill ticking. Each, full size $15.00
BOX SPRING AND HAIR MATTRESS Covered in best quality hair ticking
made to give the best possible satisfaction. Box Spring haa heavy cotton
' felted top. Mattress weighs 27 pounds, filled witK good long black hair
Together with one pair of geese feather pillows, all for 932 50
was expected and tha grain Is of a fair
quality. It W41I take about two weeka to
harvest the crop when tha work ia ones
WEST POINT Mrs. Fred Ruedlger had a
hearing befpre the Insanity commissioners
and waa adjudged Insane. She is the wife
of F. Ruedlger, a well known business
ms,n. and haa been married only a short
time. She waa taken to Norfolk bv Sheriff
and Mrsi Male how.
GENEVA Teachera and membera of the
normal will wrestle with examination next
Thursday and Friday. State Superintendent
McBiien vialted the normal and gave the
faculty the right to give the atate ques
tions and to grade the papers. The en
rollment la nearly 460.
WEST POINT John Melater, the pro
prietor of the Green Tree hotel, haa discon
tinued hla hotel business and will move to
Wayne on July 1, where he haa purchased
an implement business and will conduct
the asms in partnership with hla son-in-law,
WE8T POINT The different committees
of the Commercial club of West Point who
are pushing the celebration of the Fourth
at this place met Friday evening In a grn
eral aeaalon to consolidate the plans and
perfect the program for the day. indica
tions point to a record-breaker celebration
of Independence day.
PLATTSMOUTH While working In tha
Burlington blacksmith shop operating .
rivettlng machine, Ed Roman'a helper re
leased the lever and allowed the plunger
to catch hla hand on the die. One flngir
of the left hand waa aevered and the
othera badly mashed. Dr. Livingston
dressed the wounded members.
FRFMONT Flemmlng. the Grand Inland
base ball player, who waa charged with
an unprovoked assault upon Ieo Moeller
at the carnival Wednesday evening, waa
brought to this city by Sheriff Baun.nn
laat evening. A compromise waa made and
the rase agalnat him in police court dis
missed. It cost him, ha claimed, about
1150 to hit young Moeller In tha eye.
FREMONT Tha new federal atatuta reg
ulating naturalisation haa had a stimula
ting effect on manufacturing American olt
Isena. This morning a delegation of six
teen from Stanton county came down here
and were a;iven their second pacera bv
judge Hoilenbeck. One of them had taken
out hla first papera thirty-two yeara ago.
Anotner Dig aeiegation is expected at the
GENEVA Grand Army of the Republic
members have completed the program for
their Brand celebration of the Fourth of
July. There will be races and amusements
of all klnda for tha people; daylight fire
works, a balloon ascension ty I'ror. Mur
phy, dinner In the park, with plenty of
martial music, to wind up with a grsnd
display of fireworks at night. There will
be special trains from all polnta In the
Whenever a gore or nicer is slow in healing, and shows signs of eating
into the surrounding flesh, it is safe to say that the blood is infected with
cancerous germs. Some old taint or poison that has lain dormant awaiting
a favorable opportunity to assert itself has found an outlet on the face, arms,
legs or other part of the body, and the place has become inflamed and
festered, and a chronic ulcer is the result. When middle age is reached ot
passed, and the vital powers are naturally weaker, a hurt of any kind heals
slowly, and often an insignificant scratch or bruise on warty growths,
moles, pimples, etc., will begin to inflame and are soon large, eating ulcers.
The cancerous germs are rooted in the blood, and while salves, plasters,
lotions, etc., keep the surface clean, they1 are useless in affecting a cure. S. S. S.
cures cancerous ulcers by going down into the blood and removing the germ
and poisons which produce the trouble. It cleanses the circulation of all
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Pretty Rattan folding and re
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FORECAST OFJTHE WEATHER
Partly Cloady la Nebraaka Today,
Warmer la Weat Portion Fair
aad Warmer Tomorrow.
WASHINGTON. June 23.-Forecaat of tha
weather for Sunday and Monday:
For Nebraska Partly cloudy Sunday and
warmer In west portion; Monday, fair and
For Iowa Fair In west and showers In
esst portion Sunday; cooler In central and
eastern portions; Monday, fair and warmer.
For Kansas Showers Sunday; 'Monday,
fair and warmer.
For South Dakota-Fair and warmer Bun
day and Monday. '
For Missouri Showers and cooler Sun
day; Monday, fair and warmer in west por
tlou. For Colorado and Wyomln- Fair In west
and showers In east portion Sunday;
wsrmer; Monday, fair and warmer in east
' For Montana Fair Sunday; warmer In
eaat and south portions; Monday, fair and
warmer In east portion.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BCREAt".
OMAHA. June 23. OtTliial record of leirt
pe.uiure and precipitation, compared with
the corresponding day of the laat three
yeara: irm. iu5. 1904. im
Maximum temperature .. 6 81 ft) 7fl
Minimum temperature ... 82 70 67
Mean temperature lil Ti M (W
Precipitation 21 .07 .14 .00
Temperature and precipitation departures
from the normal at Omaha alnce March 1.
and comparison with the last two yeara:
Normal temperature TJ
Deficiency for the day 14
Total deficiency since March 1 'i
Normal precipitation 19 Inch
Excess for the day- 01 inch
Tutal rainfall alnce March 1 ...10.71 Inches
Iyflclency since March I 2. M Indies
Deficiency for cor. period In lo. 4.43 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period In lln'4. 1 M indu e
L. A. WELSH. lAK-al Forecaster.
Wamaa Crlmlaal laaaae.
PRORIA. III., June 2-Mrs M-y I
McKlnney of Aledo. III., charged with cru
elty to her ward, after two weeka' trial
waa found guilty and sentenced to two
years' Imprisonment In the penitentiary.
She was found to be Insane and sentenced
to tha Insane asylum at Chester, III.
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