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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, lOOo.
LIVE' STOCK VALUES RAISED
fjtata Board Finds Qrant Inaxrulity la the
TALK OF BOOST ON MERCHANDISE ALSO
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Our store will be -closed for a few days on
account of a slight fire Monday evening. Will
reopen as soon as losses are adjusted.
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1517 FARNAM STREET.
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NEBRASKA CROP CONDITIONS
Bainfall of Last Week AboTS Normal
Eioopt in Western Portion.
SLIGHT DEFICIENCY FOR CROP SEASON
showers Dnrlnsj the Wk Decidedly
Beneflrlnl to Corn and Covered
Practically All of the Cora
LINCOLN. July 34. (Special.) The past
week vu cool, with little wind and with
heavy showers in the eastern counties.
The mean dally temperature averaged 4
degrees below the normal In the extreme
eastern counties, and only 1 degree In the
western. Saturday was the warmest day,
with maximum temperatures generally ex
ceeding 90 degrees. Tuesday was the cool
est day. with minimum temperatures quite
gent-rally about 60 degrees.
The rainfall was above the normal In
most central and eastern counties, but was
very light In the western part of the state.
Bhowers occurred on Monday, Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday. The weekly rainfall
exceeded five Inches In Butler county ami
was slightly more than four Inches la
Furnas and Fillmore counties. Hall ac
companied a few of the heavy thunder
storms. The total rainfall from April 1
to date Is below the normal In most coun
ties. The departure from the normal Is
mall In a considerable portion of the state,
. but Is between two and three Inches In
several counties, and in Jefferson county Is
nearly five Inches.
Clnv Showers occurred on Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday, and the total rainfall
v..vi decidedly above the normal.
Oage Light showers occurred on the last
four days ot' the week.
Hamilton The days were warm and the
nlxhvs cool. Bhoweis occurred on three
d.tS. r ' ;' . v '1'
johnson The nights were cool the first
p.ut of t.ie week. Light showers occurred
on 17th, 13th snd 21st.
Lancaster The week was cool, with
showers on four days.
Otoe Showers occurred Monday after
noon, and a good soaking rain .Wednesday
Rlcaardson The week was warm, with
showers in the evenings, which was very
favorable for the growth of vegetation.
S.tilne The week was warm una sultry,
with showers Wednesday and Friday.
Kaunders The week was most favorable.
Heavy rain occurred on Wednesday and
IlKht showers on Friday.
Seward Heavy rains occurred on Wed
nrsnav and Friday and were very bene
ficial. Thaver Light showers occurred on
Thursday, Fridsy and Saturday. More
win would be beneficial.
York Heavy and beneficial rain occurred
Wednesday Most of the week was warm
Dundy The week was warm and mostly
:lear. with 'list a trace of rain Friday.
Frontier Bhowers occurred Friday. The
rest of the week was fslr snd warm.
t.orper The week was warm and sultry,
with little wind and hmvy showers on the
Ifith, 18th and tKh. Hail on Monday In
iured vegetation in the southeastern part
f Frontier county, the southwestern part
if Oosper and extended Into Furnas.
Harlan Tha first of the week was dry.
but a line rain occurred Friday.
Haves The week was warm and dry.
xenpt on Fridsy, when local showers oe-
Kearney Showers occurred on Monday.
Wednesday and Friday. The air was moist,
with light wind, snd seemed oppressively
Phelps Good rains occurred Wednesday
ind Fridsy, supplying sufficient moisture
'or all vegetation at prsent.
Webster Tha days were wsrm and the
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Physical exercise does not create more genuine appetite
thun Underbersj Boonckamp Bitters taken before meals.
- Healthy digestion follows and life becomes worth the living.
t ueucious crime always, morning:, noon or mgnu
CnJoyable as a cocktail and better for you.
6,000,000 bottles imported to the United Slates.
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BOTTLED ONLY BY
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Jrttar Brewing Co
Omaha Headquarters: Hl'OO F. BU Z. 14th and
liouklsa Tel. ikiui 1(4! Co. Bluff s Headquarters;
nights cool. Local showers occurred FtI
Buffalo The week was cool, with showers
noone i ne wees hi wuiiii, jiiu iitj
Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Hall on
the Kith caused some damage.
Custer Three good showers occurred this
week, plating the soil In excellent condi
tion. Dawson Showers occurred In part of the
county weunenuny tuu in iiiv.pi. v. ...
county r nutty.
Hall The week was characterlxed by high
temperature and heavy showers. Rain fell
on three days.
Loup The first part of the week was
warm and dry, followed by a good shower
on r rinay.
Sherman The week was cool, with light
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snowers tvpuiicwjnj iuu i-ii.oj.
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Friday. The rest of the week was warm
Boyd The week was warm and dry, with
very little wind. Only one little shower
this week. , , .
Burt Showers occurred Monday, Wednes
day and Thursday.
Colfax A fairly good rain occurred on
Wednesday. The rest of the week was
fair to partly cloudy.
Holt Light showers occurred Thursday
and Saturday, but more rain Is much
11 Knox The week was very favorable, with
light showers and light wind.
Madison The week was warm with a
good rain Wednesday.
Platte The week was very favorable,
with a good shower on Wednesday.
Wayne The week was warm, with plenty
Sarpy The week wss warm, with sev
eral cloudy days and two light showers.
Western and Northwestern Section.
Brown The week was warm and dry ex
cept tor a light shower Thursday. More
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Cherry--The week was cool, with light
wind and a small deficiency In rainfall.
Rock The week was wa-m. with showers
on the 20th. More ruin Is needed.
Sherldan-The week was very dry. and
more rain Is needed, J. A. LOVLLA.ND
Section Director, Lincoln.
Complaint Aixatnst Northwestern.
NIOBRARA, Neb., July t4. (Special.)
J. P. Forsythe A Co. has filed a com
plaint against the Northwestern Railway
company for overcharge on lumber rates
from Verdigris hefer Of t cents per hun
dred, or something like S0 a car for a
twelve-mile haul on what should be
through business. This Is a serious dis
crimination, the towns of Bloomfield,
Verdigris and Running Water being able
to undersell the yards here $2 per thou
sand. Fairfax parties shipped a carload
of twine from Sioux City to Running
Water over the Milwaukee last week,
hauled and ferried It to this station, re
shlpped over the Northwestern to Fair
fax and saved money. J. F. Jones, near
Fort Randall, seventeen miles from the
Northwestern station, chartered the Fort
Randall ferryboat and was here yester
day, intending to return to his ranch
with a load of Portland cement, shipped
to Running Water by way of the Milwau
kee. Two Accidents at I'tlca.
UTICA. Neb., July C4. (Special Tele
gram.) Mrs McMullen was bitten by a pet
dog In the right hand Indicting a bad flesh
wound. Dr. Houchen dressed the wound
and no bad results are feared. Henry
Schleckty's 19-yenr-old son was accidentally
caught In a self-feed threshing machine
in some way. The machine was stopped In
stantly and the boy taken out. A bad
gash waa rut across the elbow joint and
one on the muscle. He was rushed to the
city and Dr. Kenner dressed his wounds.
Car Repairers Strike.
NEW ORLKAN8. July SW.-Several hun
dred csr repairers of the Southern Pacific
struck here today for recognition of their
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LINCOLN. July 14. (Special.) Th
Stat Board of Equalisation la dealing In
horses and cattle today and a number of
counties ham been boosted. The boosts,
however, are merely tentative and may be
charged before the final figures are made
by the board. The counties In which live
stock waa Increased are tha following:
Fillmore. 10 per cent on cattle, from
IS.B to ss.91; Dundy, cattle, 10 per cent.
from tS to $1.30; Douglas, boreea, 20 per
cent, from tJI.B to I10.17; mules. X0 pr
cent, from $15 to $18.11; Deuel, cattle, 10
per cent, from $$. to $3.17; Cuming,
horses. 10 per cent, from $1.4 to U.JS;
Colfax, horses, 26 per cent, from $11 to
$14.75; mules, 60 per cent, from $9. $8 to
$14.76; Cheyenne, cattle, 10 per cent, from
$3.05 to $3.35; Cherry, horses, 20 per cent,
from $6.28 to $7.56; Burt, horses, 10 per
cent, from $14.29 to $16.71; Blaine, cattle,
20 per cent, from $2.62 to $3.14; Antelope,
cattle, 10 per cent, from $3.10 to $3.41;
mules, 20 per cent, from $10.73 to $12.87.
The different ways assessors have of
looking at a horse has been the means of
numerous valuations being placed on these
animals, consequently the board has had
to do a lot- of figuring to get anywhere
near an equal valuation between the
various counties. In some counties which
adjoin live stock Is valued at prices which
are the extremes. Jut how to equalise
these values is what is worrying the
There Is some talk that the board's
hardest work will be on merchandise, but
It Is not likely that the merchandise in
any one county will be particularly In
creased or decreased. The great stir made
by the Journal-News here against the
merchandise assessment In Douglas
county, merely for political reasons and
the failure of the combination to make
good yesterday, likely will result in Doug
las county merchandise going through
without a change. As no member of the
board has looked into the assessment of
merchandise In any county and has no
means of knowing what this Item Is
worth, except the returns of the county
assessors, the Item will not, In all prob
ability, be changed at all.
The board will continue to meet from
day to day until its work is done.
Constitutional Amendment Notices.
Secretary of State Oalusha has prepared
the copy of the constitutional amendment
to be submitted at the fall election and thfl
notices will be sent to the newspapers
about August 1. The notices will run for
Beven weeks and will be published In one
paper in each county of the state. It wlil
cost $49 for each paper, or a total of $1110.
Mr. Oalusha has not yet selected the pa
pers In which the amendments will be pub
lished, but will do so within a few days.
The amendment to be voted on this fall
provides for the election of a railway com
mission consisting of three members, and
It has been provided by law that should a
political party endorse the amendment a
straight party vote Is a vote for the amend
Barnes Most Drop Title.
A. T. Barnes of Plattsmouth, who hus
been maklrg his living for years as a vet
erinarian, will no longer use the title of
veterinary surgeon after his. hams, the
State Board of Veterinarians today having
upheld the decision of the State Board of
Secretaries, who ruled that Barnes was
not entitled to the title. He failed to make
the required grade st his examlnstioM.
Barnes claimed to have been graduated at
a college In New York, but that his di
ploma had been destroyed by fire, and rs
the college had 'gone out of existence he
could not get the records. The secretaries,
however, compelled him to take the ex
amination and he failed to make good. He
can still practice, but cannot call himself
Dr. Ramacclottl of Omsha was re-elected
by the State Board of Veterinarians today
as a member of the Board of Secretaries.
The term Is for three vears.
Governor fioes to Wisconsin.
Governor Mickey will leave August for
Geneva Beach, Wis., where he will deliver
an address before the Young Men's Chris
tian association. The governor will be ac
companied by his son Benjamin and the
two will remain for several days resting.
The governor's eye Is much better and his
physician believes his trouble Is about
Call for State Veterinarian.
Dr. C. A. McKIm, state veterinarian,
has received a letter from Sheriff C. E.
Hall of Holt county, urging him to come
at once to O'Neill to examine some horses
m-hlch are under quarantine, supposed to
be afflicted with glanders. Sheriff Hall
declares that the farmer who owns the
horses Is losing his grain because he cannot
pass along the public road to a part of his
farm, two miles away. He does not want
to kill his horses unless they are surely
afflicted with the glanders, and he. does
not want to bring new ones on the place
If they are thus afflicted. Dr. McKIm will
also make a short stop at Pllger and Alns
worth where some cattle are alleged to be
afflicted with tuberculosis.
Vacancy In .Vational Hoard.
Adjutant General Culver has Issued an or
der declaring that the captaincy of Cap
tain Allen D. Falconer of Omaha will be
vacant because of expiration of term of
office, July 26. A new election is ordered.
John N. Daum, Lloyd G. Moffltt) Arthur J.
Crulckshank and Chase A. Reynolds, mem
bers of Fremont signal corps, have been
promoted to the position, of corporal.
SANTEES TO HOLD FESTIVAL
Stoax Will Hold Feast and Dances
CENTER. Neb.. July 24. (Special.)
On August 1, and S, on the Santee Indian
reservation in this county, will be held the
annual celebration In memory of the de
parted chiefs of the Sioux nation. At this
time all tha Indians of this tribe, together
with invited representatives from the
tribes of Pins Ridge, Yankton. Slsseton,
Flandreau, Winnebago, Omaha and the
Oklahoma territory, will meet and pitch
a camp, as In the olden days, and for
the entire time they will indulge In the
gsmes and sports traditional with the
people of this race. War dances, pony
rsces. lacrosse, busting bronchos and
sham battles will all be tried over again,
as In the days when the white mon knew
the prairies not. The famous dantee
ploux Indian band will furnish music, and
a bowery will accommodate tho white
people present who care to dance. Bass
ball between the Indians and other good
teams will be among tha attractions.
These celebrations of the Indians have al
ways been of Interest to many white peo
ple who attended and pitched their camps
with tha Indians. This year, some of
thosa who have heretofore attended merely
as spectators, have taken an Interest and
given tho Indians some pointers on how to
make a celebration a success, and this
will probably bo tho biggest thing of ths
kind svsx bld en a rsatrvauea. Ths
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sham battle on Friday, August 3, will be
something worth seeing. The Indians love
to imitate their ancestors in the battle
field and will moke the sham battle very
realistic for those not initiated Into tiie
mysteries of the red men. The camp site,
five miles north of Canter, Is well se
lected. Young timber' lines 'the swiftly
running stream and the'' 'smooth prairie
comes down out of the hills to the edge
of the camp. ' White people are Invited to
come and make a camp with the Indians
during the entire time, and the presence
of many citizens of the county will Insure
safety to strangers. .Ample restaurant
arrangements will be provided for all
visitors, but it is recommended that they
bring no dogs, as the supply here Is lim
ited and the authorities might not be
able to protect that Item of the Sloux cul
News of Nebraska.
BT. PAUL The Howard county repub
lican convention is fixed for August 18.
UKATKICE About 200 Beatrice people at
tended the David City Chautauqua Bun
day. OAKLAND The excavating for the Tun
berg building is done and brick laying
BEATRICE The Beatrice ball team was
defeated at Pawnee City yesterday after
noon. Score, & to 1.
PLATTSMOUTH The hard were firm of
Asemlssn ft Loucks has been succeeded
by Asemlssen & Son.
PLATTSMOUTH A number of friends
assisted J. D. Ferguson in celebrating his
seventieth birthdsy last Sunday.
PLATTSMOUTH The Carpenter Paper
ball team from Omaha was defeated by the
local team here by a score of 17 to 1.
BEATRICE Miss Marie Pahl of this city
and Mr. Llenal St. Clair of St. Joseph were
married here this morning at i o'clock.
PLATTSMOUTH Rev. A. L. Zlnk of
Tecumsrh succeeds R-v. D. A. Youtry as
pastor of the Christian church of this city.
SCHUYLER The building of the Odd
Fellows' hall is progressing nicely. When
completed It will be an ornament to the
PLATTSMOUTH Present indications
point to the locating of the new govern
ment postofflce building on the lots Just
west of the Parmele theater.
OAKLAND Charles K. Anderson will
move his wagon shop and erect in its place
a two-story brick building, 2-'x feet,
which he will occupy. Worn will be begun
OAKLAND Miss Esther Terry has sent
In her resignation to the Board of Educa
tion as teacher of the first primary In the
schools here, which position she has filled
for several years.
PLAIN VIEW The contract for the new
$10,Cu0 Methodist church at Plalnvlew, Neb.
has Just been closed. When completed
this will be one of the best equipped
churches In Nebraska.
WOOD RIVER Several large gasoline
lights and a number of new rowboats have
been placed on Shelton lake, which Is get
ting to lie one of the fashionable pleasure
resorts of this portion of Nebraska.
YORK The large tabernacle seating over
3.00 people, built expressly for the York
Chautauu.ua, la nearly completed. For tne
purpose for which It Is built It Is the larg
est Chautauqua tabernacle west of Chi
cago. BEATRICE Samuel Newman of Algoma.
Wis., who is here with a string of Horses
to attend the circuit races, yesterday pur
chased Wapello Girl. pacing mare with
a mark of 2:14, of C. P. Johuuon of Wa
pello, la., for H.OO.
BEATRICE Kay McOreer, who has been
manager of the Queen City Creamery com
pany s plant here for the last six months,
hns been transferred to Oklahoma City.
John J. King, manager of the plant at that
place, will succeed Mr. McGreer in Bea
trice. BEATRICE Word was received here
yesterday that Joseph A. Hull, a former
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suits you to-day tho same next month
and next year.
Beatrice boy, who has operated In the
principal cities of the United States and
Kiit'cpo as a forger, and who was arrested
recently at Buffalo, N. Y., has been sent
to the penitentiary for five years at Wash
ington, D. C.
YORK Secretary Bennett of the York
County and District Fair association says
that owing to nice purses being offered at
the race meeting here In September many
o ftho speediest horses In western Ne
hrnska are entered.
NEBRASKA CITY-MIss Pearl Crouse.
who was shot last Wednesday evening by
Frank Morris at the Marton hotel, con
tinues to Improve and her condition was
such today that her physician gave per
mli.slon to have the woundea girl moved
from her room In the hotel to the resi
dence of a friend.
WOOD R1VLR-M. F. Dunn of this place
was taken to Shelton Tuesday and tried In
the Justice court on a charge of threaten
ing to shoot Mart Brett of this place. He
pleaded not guilty, and as there was no
other evidence besides that of Brett's he
was discharged. Dunn conducts the Com
mercial hotel at this place.
PLATTSMOUTH-The congregation of
the Methodist Episcopal church are keeping
"open house" In the church each evening
this week. Last evening was given a de
lightful concert. This evening Rev. J. B.
Houlgate delivered an Interesting lecture
on his trip along the Pacific coast. Pike's
peak and other noted points of Interest.
NEBRASKA CITY It Is estimated that
thousands of bushels of fine peaches will
go to waste In this county this fall. Trees
are breaking down with unusual heavy
loads of fruit, and the price offered for the
peaches Is so low that It does not pay to
gather them. Many farmers will not at
tempt to gather the fruit for the market.
ALBION The Agricultural association
is making another tnprovemejit upon the
fair ground i by erecting a women's rest
room at the cost of about 1600. This Is
an improvement which will be appre
ciated by fair visitors, and the building,
with the spacious dining hall which has
been erected, will mske quite an improve
ment upon the fair grounds.
BEATRICE Yesterday Judge Kelllgar
granted divorces In the cases of Burns
against Burns and Tucket against Tucker.
The last named couple lives at Wymore.
The question of a Jury term of court in
September was brought before the Gage
county bar by the court, but the attorneys
thought such a term unnecessary. After
hearing some motions and demurrers Judge
Kelligar adjourned court sine die.
WOOD RIVER It Is reported that a
fiarty of railway surveyors Is running a
Ine north from Prosser and will strike the
Missouri Pacific ut this point and continue
northwest. A party of Union Pacific sur
veyors is at work several miles south
west of here surveying on the proposed
Hastings-Kearney cut off. One line Is run
to connect with the main line near Gibbon,
while another route taps the main Hue at
ALBION The democratic county con
vention will convene here on the 26lh for
the purpose of electing delegates to the
state convention and nominating county
officers. On ths 2th the independent
party will hold Its convention and It is
expected there will be a fusion with the
democrats. Several candidates have al
ready come to the surface for the legtfi
ture. The fight probably will be for that
FREMONT One wall of Mrs. Nancy
Turner's residence at the corner of First
and C streets collapsed yesterday after
noon, fortunately injuring no one. Tha
house, which Is a two-story brick, was
built ahout thirty years ago and at that
time was the finest place in the city. The
walls were being repaired at the time the
accident occurred, and when some timbers
were removed one side collapsed, the
BEATRICE Sheriff Trude received word
yesterday from Wymore that one of the
soldiers belonging to the Thirtieth regl
ment. United States Infantry, had deserted
the regiment Sunday at Wymore by run
ning into the timber from the guard house.
The soldier wore a khaki uniform, which.
It is thought, he will card at the first
opportunity. The sheriff was not 'fled to
keep a close lookout for the deseiler and
arrest him on sight.
ALEXANDRIA James Murrell, en old
time resident of this place and also a
prominent and prosperous farmer, made
an attempt at suicide at his home south-
! west of here esrly Tuesday morning of
i last week. Domestic troubles is assigned
as the cause for his attempt. Although
he cut his throat with a rasor Tuesdny
morning, he did not die until 10 a. m. Sat
urday, and was burled in the Alexandria
cemetery Sundsy, July 22.
NEBRASKA CITY Cornelius Meyer, a
pioneer cltixen of this city, died yesterdsy
of a complication of diseases at his home,
fell Sixth avenue. The deceased wss born
In Holland in IMS. He came to the United
States In 1864 and two years later took up
his residence In this city, where he has
s'nee resided. Mr. Meyer Is survived by
his wife, by two sons, Joseph Meyer of this
city and Christian, Now in Alsska. and one
daughter, Mrs. Amos Roberts, also of this
WEST POINT At the meeting of the
city council the ordinance granting a fran
chise to enter the city to the Cuming
County Independent Telephone company
was put upon its third reading in spite
of the active opposition of the business
interests of the tqwn. The ordinance is
similar In its provisions to the one passed
some years ago, granting to the Bell sys
tem the franchise It is at present operat
ing under. The vote in tho council stood
4 to 2 In favor of allowing tho lndo
pendent company access to the city.
YORK The wonderfully large yield of
wheat and the' exceptionally hue quality,
testing sixty pounds and more, of this
year's crop of -winter wheat Is the Inrgesi
and best of the many large crops raised
In York county. The second crop of alfnlfa
In York county Is about 16,000 acres. Corn
promises to be another bumper crop. The
stand Is good, but growth, owing to cold
nights is not quite up to the standard
height at thin time of year. Clover and
timothy are fine. The first crop wss a
very large yield. Msny farmers claim that
they will have a large seconn crop.
CHANCE FOR THE CATTLEMEN
Hearlnsr nt Valentine, Wheeler Says,
Is to Enable Them to Prove
"The purpose of taking testimony by
special examiner at Valentine is to enable
the cattlemen and ranchmen to prove that
they have removed their fences In con
formity with the decree of the United
States courts, or to show cause why they
have not done so," said L. C. Wheeler, who
has charge of the brigade of special agents
from the secret service department of the
government In the lnnd fraud investiga
tions. "We are satisfied the fences are now
generally down and that the cattlemen
Get What You Ask For!
THERE Is a Reason
Why ths Good Peopla of
America buy C&scarets as
Fast as tho Clock Ticks.
Every second some one, somewhere.
Is Buying a little Ten-Cent Bosfo( Cu
carets. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 660 times to the Minute.
60 Minutes to the Hour, 3600 Boxes an
Hour, 36,000 Boxes s Day ol Ten Hours,
1,030,000 Boxes s Month, snd then some.
Think of It 220,000 People take a
Cascsret tablet each day. Millions use
Cascarets when necessary.
The Judgment of Millions of Bright
Americans Is infallible. They have been
Buying and Taking Cascarets at that rats
for over Six years
If Is not an Experiment, not an Acci
dent or Incident, but a sound, Honest
Business, based on Tlme-Tried-and-Tes'ed
Merit, never found wanting.
There is a Reason.
Cascarets ars the Implacable foe of
All Disease Germs: the Incomparable
cleanser, purifier and strengthener of tho
entire Digestive Canal.
They Act like Exercise en the Bowel
Muscles, mske them strong and active
able to Help Themselves do their work
keep themselves clean.
Cascarets ars the safe-guard of Innocent
Childhood against the Dreadful Death
dealing Dangers that threaten the Lives
of ths Little Ones.
They axe Purely Vef etabta, absolutely
Harmless, always Reliable and Efficient,
have come to a realisation of the fact that
the government means to do Just what ll
said It would do at the outset of these In
vestigations. Such of the fences in many
cases ns are not down are the cross-fences.
but these will come down In time. The
general purpose of the Investigations and
prosecutions against these unlawful fencers
has been accomplished In throwing the
country open for settlement, and many set
tlers are now going Into the cattle oountry,
bringing with them their little bunches of
horses and cattle, and they ore going to
stay there and make their homes there.
"Of the 400 fraudulent entries unearthed
by tho secret service men In the cattle
country of Sheridan. Cherry, Thomas and
Hooker counties, only ninety-two of the
parties Involved hav4 asked for a hearing
to restore their rights to the land and per
mit them to make final proof. The other
claims have befn abandoned and recom
mended for cancellation, thus throwing
100,000 acres of land open for settlement."
Woman rharsres Cruelty.
In her answer and cross-petition to her
husband's suit for divorce Anna Anderson
make charges of extreme cruelty against
Edward E. Anderson. She charges among
other things thst he falsely accused her
and deserted her when she wss sick In
bed. forcing her to go to her relatives for
rharlty. She wants the court to grant her
a divorce and alimony.
The city has Issued the following building
permits: W. H. Saunders. 11,600 frame
dwelling at Thirty-sixth and Boyd; Oscar
Petterson. $?.000 frame dwelling at Thirty
sixth and Hamilton.
a true, faithful, loyal servant of Mankind.
Over Five Millions of Dollars havs
been Spent to make the merits of Cas
carets known, and every cent of It would
be lost, did not sound merit claim and
hold the constant, continued friendship.
Patronage and Endorsement of wsU
pleased people year after year.
There Is also a Reason
Why there are Parasites who attach
themselves to the Healthy Body of Cts
caret's success Imitators, Counterfeiters.
They are Trade Thieves who v Id
rob Cascarets of ths "Good Will" u tha
people, and sneak unearned profits,
earned snd paid for by Cascarets.
A Dishonest Purpose means a Dishonest
Product and a Disregard of the Purchas
ers' Health cr Welfare.
Beware of the Slick Salesmsn and his
ancient "Just as Good'' story thst com
mon sense refutes.
Cascarets are made only by ths Sternjnj
Remedy Company and the famous little
Ten Cent "Vest Pocket" box Is her
shown. They are never sold In bulk.
Every tablet marked "CCC."
Be sure you get the genuine.
rrrRK to our friends!
W want to send ts ear friends s beautiful
Frsncb-deslrned. GOLD PLATED BONBON BOX. I
arS-eaaincIS In calutt. It is a beauty fcr ths
trsttinc Utile. Tea ceuts is lUnps U itkeS si s
awuur of good faith ana Is cover cost sf Casuists,
With whlchiEU"2iInry trlakst is isaoee. rss
Send to-day. axaUoniof this upv, AddrskS ,'
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