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THE 0MA11A DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24. 1007.
1517 Farnam St
Spring Clearance Sale
A final grand display and sacrifice of
our entire immense li
class tailored spring
PRICE in our effort to make im- T
mediate room for summer goods. :: ::
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$20.00 LADIES' SPRING
$25.00 LADIES' SPRING
$30.00 LADIES' SPRING
$40.00 LADIES' SPRING
$50.00 LADIES' SPRING
' Half Price on
Special Sale Items
$35.00 value Ladies' Silk Eton Suits
$12.00 Ladies' Silk' Eton Jackets
$15.00 new English "Cut-Away" Jackets, in
black or tan, three-button, with jackets. . .
$2.00 value Wool "Waists at 98
$5.00 value Silk Waists at $2.98
$12.00 Dress Skirts at $4.98
$15.00 Dress Skirts at .$5.98
$17.50 Dress Skirts at. . ; $8.98
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NEBRASKA FR0MDAY TO DAY
Qnatat and Carton Features of Life
In . a Rapidly Grow
Two Weeping Water men have been sent
to the Dlpsomanic hospital. Account does
not say how they succeeded In getting the
Odor of liquor on their breaths.
' Party lines are surely getting weak In
Nebraska when the successful candidate
for mayor of York feola called upon to
explain why Ms democratic rival secured
o many votes.
Nebraska City boasts of a man Anton
7.lmmerer who walked from Des Moines
to old "Fort Kearny" In 1867 and haa re
sided In Otoe county ever since. Appar
ently walking was not safe west, of the
river in '67.
Volunteer at Nemaha The Methodist
preacher undertook to clean up about the
i church and within a half hour six and one
h;:lf men and seventeen women had volun
teered to help. Nemaha City Correspond
ed -o Auburn Granger.
Publicity of the alleged "bridge graft"
at Beatrice haa reached a point where the
newtpanera are quarreling as to which
first discovered It; but no one can doubt
that the Expresa has distanced all oom
p titers In the space devoted to the sub
ject Clay county Is one of the divisions of the
Kate where tho law placing sheriffs on
anlnry Is not hailed with delight by the
taxpayers; but It has Increased the de
mand for the office. Under the old law the
s sheriffs bad to have an income Independent
f the office to pay expenses.
Dlccomfort of Traveling No less than
sljtty drunken Winnebago Indians came
down from South Sioux City on the noon
train Wednesday. The bunch was not oaly
drunk, but It waa a bad one. Fellow pav
sengers suffered no small discomfort be
cause of the riotous reds. It's time some
thing was done ln this matter. If no other
This Is a subject that w Ilka to
When you have a good thing you
are always anxious that others should
li know and appreciate lta merits.
l! We know that there are do such
Ml III rvi-1 J ..'ii. luauo enow liri. w
I Ours ts the best that the hi it host
grade Ingredients and most skilled
' bakers can produce. Our efforts are
not to make goods more economically
but make them better.
Borne of our Baking fur Wednesday:
Three fcar Cakes,
ris, all kinds.
. Cream Fails,
Any of our pastries are sorved In
Cafe ou request.
1518-20 Famam St.
1517 Farnam St
in uur btore ana ray
SUITS Q QQ
SUITS 12 50
SUITS (5 QQ
SUITS 20 00
SUITS 25 00
All Our Suits.
plan presents Itself, why not coax the rail
road company to haul such passengers In
a hog car? Walthlll Times.
Problem at Norfolk Norfolk women
would like to put Up to the national govern
ment the problem of how to prevent mis
chievous youths from stealing the party
lee cream. Or would that be asking the
administration to mix up ln party affairs?
That deputy assessor at Stanton who
made a "rough house" because the deputy
postmaster would not suspend work to an
swer his questions as to her possessions
will be ln luck If he doesn't find his Ideas
of his duty has collided with Uncle Sam's
laws for the protection of the mails.
The Busy Editor E. E. Shackelford is
pretty near the whole show at Allen. He
Is the editor of the only paper In the town.
The only postmaster the town has. The
only auctioneer within eleven miles of
Allen, and, we understand he Is now taking
a theological course with the view of beln
the only minister lm town. When you go
to Allen first present your credentials to
his majesty, King Shackelford. Hartlngton
Peter Malone has a grocery store at
Crofton. A boy ordered half a gallon of
vinegar and "subsequent events" are told
by the Crofton Journal "After drawing the
half-gallon measure full of vinegar, he put
the funnel In the Jug and proceeded to
transfer the contents. Then Is when busi
ness began. The vinegar began to act like
It had a snoot full of summer whisky. It
"went right ln and turned right around
and came right out again.' It ran around
the jug like a bat chasing a bed bug and
then shot out of the Jus; and all over
Pete's countenance like four dollars worth
of flsi. Pete yelled bloody murdty. while
the store full of men stood th're and
laughed like fools. The first thing Pete
thought of when he came down was, 'don't
tell that editor;' and,' of course, they
"Reform" for Tckamah.
TEKAMAJ1, Neb.. April 2S. 8peclal.)
At the lost meeting of the city council for
the fiscal year, held last night, the follow
ing officers for the ensuing year were In
stalled: John A. Slnghaus, mayor; A. I Lite!,
councilman from Second ward; W. K.
H.uin, councilman from First word; M. S.
MoUrew, city clerk; W. B. Pratt, city
engineer; D. W. Ureenleaf, city treasurer.
Mayor Blnghaus mad the following ap
pointments, which were confirmed by the
James A, Clark, city attorney; M. J.
Cillkeraon, city physician; J. W. Sherman,
engineer; J. H. Crom, street commlSMioner;
H. li Stombaugh, marshal; Charles Has
well, poundmastar; M. B. McGrew, water
Mayor Blnghaus' message was read. It
set forth the following reforms: "All busi
ness houses except tha poatofflce, restaur
anta at meal time, and hotela must be
closed on Sundaya. Oambllng In any
form will not be tolerated." He said he
Intends to see that th curfew ordinance
and all laws pertaining to the betterment
of th city morals be strictly enforced.
Teacker Has Smallpox.
KEARNEY, Neb., April 3.-6peclal Tel
egram.) A' telephone mesaa- from Over
took from Dr. Boardman, states that ona
of th teachers ln the primary grade of
the Overton public school, who had not
been feeling well for a few days, waa
found to hav smallpox. Bha had attended
church tore time Sunday and also taught '
her grade Monday. There Is considerable i
excitement over the matter and a hurried 1
order was sent her for vaocln points. If i
th caaa Is th gearutn smallpox there haa
no doubt . been a great number of ex
posure It la also reported that another
caae under the car of another doctor la
looked on with suspicion. It la not known
where th Infection ram from.
L'lA-JiON Dfl Frnxr, L,th and Duds.
-a 91 1 ril --e- 1 e ' a siaie issues onnas is to notny wir siate
nO OI ladieS 111 Ur II i nallw"' commission l trying to work out and ,heJf wl be hmlght witlout the
I I ! a P' whereby the railroads will be com- ,ntervenUon ot ,h(, md,iieman. Former
Ollita nt TI A T .I? I I I ptUed 10 "c" Ucket ln Nebraska to points TrwullireP Mortcnsen said one day there
811113 tlL fcui in other states at rates not more than the . Kttrr.nk. Bnou,d bll
POINT lNJWO-CEST RATE
Commitaion fteki to Mike it Apply to
BURLINGTON WOULD TLST THE NLW LAW
Kearney People File Their Rait to
Test the Lcaallty at the Tet
of the Koraial School
(From a Staff Correspondent.) ,,t any tlm, nd a ,hllt , n.PPllflary wnp
r.tVCi lI.K' Ai.rll "1 iSnei lul Th State ' , . , . , ...
total of the local rates. Considerable can
be saved the traveler, the commission has
pointed out. If he will buy his ticket to tho
state line and then buy a ticket to his desti
nation, thus getting the benefit of the l
cent rate ln tills state. The railroads, how
ever, are making this rather Inconvenient
by compelling the traveler to purchase the
separate tickets at the state line and also
by re-checklng his baggage, which will
mean ln many cases that he will miss his
train. It may be that the commission will
take the matter before the Interstate Com
merce commission to compel the railroads
to sell a through ticket, nt least, not In ex
cess of the total of the local rates. A mem
ber of the commission has made numerous
calculations on the total of the local rates
and tho through rates and In every In
stance the through rate Is the higher. For
Instance, the distance from Omaha to Den
ver Is 6.18 miles and the advertised rate Is
11(5.15. The distance from Omaha to Halg
ler. this state, Is 366 miles. At 1 cents a
mile this rate would be $7.11 From Halg
ler to Denver Is 182 miles. At S cents a
mile (Interstate business) the rate would
be 15.40 or a total rate, should the traveler
buy his ticket to the state line of $12.58, In
stead of the $18.15 through rate. The total
of the local rates from Omaha to Dead
wood is $13.91, while the through rate Is
Test of Two Cent Law.
Incidentally Information has Just come
to the commission that the Burlington rail
road has requested the other roads ln Ne
braska to Join with it In a suit to test
the validity of the 2-cent rate law enacted
by the recent legislature, but none of
I the other roads would consent to the plan.
The Missouri Faciflc. so it has been re
ported to the commission, was not only
anxious to have the 2-cent rate apply to
Its Nebraska line, but to Its Interstate
business as well, and Its officials received
a severe calling down at the hands of
the Burlington high lords.
The Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis
Omaha Is the first road to file with the
commission a copy of Its notice posted at
the Instance of the commission notifying
the traveling public of the 2-cent rnte In
Nebraska and suggesting that tickets be
bought to the state line when traveling
out of the state, ln order to get the benefit
of the low rate ln Nebraska. The notice
contains everything except the Illustration
given by the commission. An order has
been Issued by the .commission providing
that the 2-cent rate applies only to Inter
state business and that all through rates
are In effect as provided for In the
Kearney Files Salt.
The mandamus suit to compel Secretary
Lof State Junkln to certify that the bill
carrying the $S5.000 appropriation for the
Normal school at Kearney, became a law
by reason of the failure of the governor
to take action within five days from the
date he received the bill, waa filed in the
mipreme court this morning by Oldham,
Sinclair and T. F. Ifamer. The decision In
the case will determine whether the chief
executive haa five days after the legislature
actually adjourns, in which to act upon
bills, or whether he must act within five
days of the record adjournment of the
legislature. The bill actually reached the
governor April 4 at 11:46 o'clock and the
records show It reached the office of the
secretary of state April 10, but aa a matter
of fact ft was not actually filed ln the office
until April 11 at 2 o'clock. These bringing
the suit will contend that the record made
by the secretary of state Is wrong and will
endeavor to prove the same. This will
bring directly before the court the question
whether a person can go behind the records
on these matters.
After Insurance Schemes.
The insurance department is taking steps
to sit down on the stock company scheme
when walked ln counect.on with the sale
of lusuiauce. Tne interstate Fiscal agency
of Kansas City, Kan., U selling stock in
Nebraska and a report has reached the
insurance department that the agents are
selling life Insurance ln connection there
with. If this report proves to be true In
suiance Deputy Pierce will stop the In
surance company back of It from doing
business In the state, aa he looks upon this
as merely a special contract. Th stock
agency Is formed by one or two men ln
two states who have renewal contracts get
ting together and forming a company in
which they sell contracts. If they work
Insurance with the sale of stock, Mr.
Pierce holds, the sale of stock Js In the
nature if an Inducement to take out tha
Another matter called to the attention ot
the department la the action of the Head
Schurch company of Minneapolis in writ
ing to thresher Insurance companies in Ne
braska requesting their agents to work for
this company. Mr. Pierce said the Min
neapolis company has no right to do busi
ness In Nebraska and an agent acting for
it Is liable to arrest and Imprisonment.
Principals of Jnnlor Normals.
Superintendent McBrleo has named the
following to be principals of the eignt
Junior normals shortly to be established:
D. W. Hayea Ot Alliance, A. A. Reed of
the university, G. H. Thomas of McCook,
J. A. Beatty of Cotner university, C, W.
Taylor of Geneva, A. 1L Waterhouse of
Omaha. H. K. Wolf of th university,
Charles Kordyca of Wesleyao anlverslty.
Th schools to which these men will be
assigned hav not yet been determined,
The men will meet with Superintendent
McBrten Saturday and discuss faculues
and plans for the schools.
ckool for Guard Officer.
Adjutant General Culver la getting
ready for the officers' school to be held
some time In the first part of June at the
atate house at which officers of the Na
tional Guard will be schooled ln aoalre
of war. The Instructors hav not yet
been selected, but General Culver expects
to lsue his order shortly.
ratlins; Out Middleman.
Th methotl of buying securities for the
Investment of the permanent school fund
often caueed by coffee,
10 (lays' use of well made
makes the biggest difference ln
the world. ,
"There's a Kraaon"
la to be revolutionised by the Board of
Publlo lentil and J Building, rutting out
the middleman, who make the profit, and
by dealing directly hereafter with the state
which haa securtle to sell. Thla the board
decided laat night and Tre'r Pr1n W
today for Idaho to purchase Idaho state
bond, which the board has heretofore
bought from brokers, who received a fat
fee for making the deal, uaually rutting
from both ends. Should Mr. Brian succeed
In pulling off the Idaho deal It will mean
a saving to the state of about $:.6TO, which
otherwise would have gone to the bond
broker. It Id the Intention of the board
to notify all the states that Nebraska Is
credit state and has money to loan
from an agent or midVlleman and allow
htm to take a gTeat share of the Interest
for commission, when the deals could be
made directly with the state making the
issue. However, the matter never came
to a head until today Nebraska haa always
paid the middleman. The board Is of the
opinion thousands of dollars will be saved '
annually to the state by this new deal.
Yonaa (irerk Wants Pardon.
Friends of Jsmes Tourls, a Greek serving
a one-year term In the penitentiary for
manslaughter, are trying to get Governor
Sheldon to pardon him before the sentence
expiree ln order to prevent him from be
ing sentenced to prison ln Greece upon his
return to that country. Friends of the
convict filed a petition with the governor
In which It was set out that the lawa cf
Greece provide that when one of Its cltl
sens Is convicted of crime ln any other
country, upon his" return to his native land
he may again be tried on the same charge
and have to serve again the same term ln
prison as he served ln the foreign coun
try. Tourls wants to go back h.tne when
he Is released and he says If he takes a
pardon along he will not be apprehended
there. A. E. Sheldon of the State Historical
society has been looking up the matter and
he has found publications which lead him
to the belief that such a law, a relic of
the old Roman law, still exlsta In scuthem
Europe nnd the youmr Greek will be sub
ject to punishment when he returns home,
providing he has no pardon. Should evl
denre be shown the governor that such Is
the ease he will pardon the young man
before his time expires, which It does May
10. Tourta killed a man In Kimball rcunty,
both being employed ln railroad construc
tion work, and he rtslmed the crime was
committed In self-defenee.
Let 41 nor of Prtntlnsc Contracts.
The office of the State Printing board Is
full of representatives of printing firms who
are preparing to bid on the annual letting
for supplies for the state house and Insti
tutions. The total amount of work to be
let will be between $30,000 and $25,000. and
Includes all stationery to be used during
the year as well as the house and senate
Journals. Though the constitution provides
the session laws shall be published within
rlxty days after the legislature adjourns,
there Is no Indication that this will be
prllng ot yet ,et-
Democrats Talk of Convention.
The democrats of Lincoln are still talking
about calling that convention to nominate
candidates to be voted for at the state
wide primary election, but the proposed
suit of former Senator Allen to test the
legality of the law may have some effect
on the course the leaders of the forlorn
hope finally adopt. Jt ts understood the
rank and tile of the party la opposed to
the convention and If the leaders attempt
to pull It, off It may result ln only fc gath
ering of the leaders, and not the voter.
It Is understood missionaries will go out
from Lincoln during the coming week to
sound public sentiment among the demo
crats and see what Is best to be done about
the convention. Some of the feeders are
talking of running B. F. Good of Wahoo,
now a district Judge, for supreme Judge. .
Dr. Weeter Denies Accusation.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb.', April 23.-(Spe-cltl.)
Dr. Weeter, one of tne oldest and
best known physicians In the city, against
whom charges of violating the quarantine
laws were made at the last session of the
council, has returned from Rushvllltf and
haa made a brief statement to the effect
that the charges were not true and It
would so be found. Dr. Weeter said In a
public Interview that the charges are ap
parently the result of a misunderstanding.
He was called Into the case ln. question
and made the remark that. It looked like
diphtheria, but It did not develop to be
diphtheria, but tonsllltls. He believes the
quarantine, established later by another
physician who was called, to have been
unjustified. It is expected that a hearing
will be had before the council or the city's
Board of Health.
Farmer Injured toy Bull.
CAMBRIDGE, Neb., April 23 (Special.)
E. Et. Greer, one of the well known Furnas
county stockralsers, who resides one-half
mile north of Cambridge, was found Sun
day morning in a stale of unconsciousness
lying in his cattle yard, where he had been
caring for his stock. Dr. E. L. Meyers was
Immediately called and found Mr. Greer
seriously injured about the spine, causing
paralysis of the lower limbs. The Injury
waa received while Mr. Greer waa endeav
oring to halter a t-year-old bull, which be
came vicious and attacked him while ha waa
reaching for a pitchfork.
Singular Accident to Boy.
WATtitLOO. Neb.. April 21 (Special.)
A singular accident happened to Raymond
Decker, a boy, at this place Monday aft
ernoon. He waa along the track and in
sport picked up a large stone and hurled It
at a passing train. The stone rebounded
and struck the boy In the mouth and
knocked him se ruleless across the rails of
the other track. Borne schoolgirls wera
with him and when they foijnd him un
conscious they at once started for help.
The boy waa taken to the doctor's office
and his Injuries dressed and his folk sent
Doctor Takes lasdissm,
FREMONT, Neb., April S3. (Special.)
Dr. Stewart of Cedar Bluffs took the con
tents of a bottle of laudanum last night
and for a time his life was despaired of.
A physician from Fremont was summoned,
who made the trip to that place In an auto
mobile In record time, and by the ener
getic ute of a stomach pump and other rem
edies succeeded ln bringing him out. It Is
not known how he came to take the dose,
whether by mistake or with Intent to com
mit suicide. li was In Omaha yoeterday,
returning last evening.
Mew of Nebraska.
CHADRON Three llsht snows In the
last week, but the dandelions are not
OSCEOLA Th Btromsburg News has
a hh In chanKed bunds, II. It. Pease having
sold nut to Philip A. Lants.
BFATRICE Joseph Cooper and tils
brothers captured a mother wolf and ten
young ones a few miles aoutheast of the
OAK DALE Miss Ethel Blake, th prin
cipal of the Oakdale High school, has just
been notified of her election to the same
poMltlon ln the schools at Wayne. Neb.
WY MOKE -A reception and luncheon
was given today at L. H. Arehard s In
honor of Bishop Williams of Omaha, who
Is in the city. About sixty were present.
PA PILLION Judge Kennedy cams out to
PuplUlon Mopduy and disposed of nevrai
minor caara, .Fiadlng litigants not ready
to go to trial he discharged the jury and
tiklLHABUJL CITY-Buiglars altampted
to force an entrance Into James O'Brien's
saloon, but were frightened away before
gaining an entrance. This is the second
attempt to rob this saloon.
BEATRICE A Sunday school convention
was held at Ellis Huuday. addressed by
State Superintendent Bieldley. Twenty
two dolars was collected, to be used ln
furthering the Sunday school work.
OAKLAND A i bo i day was celebrated
by the schools here by a half holiday,
which the pupils used In giving the school
yard a geneTul cleunlng and getting tne
ground ln readiness fur seeds and flowers.
BEATRICE The body of II. M. Meints.
who died at Goodland, Kan., Sunday, was
brought here yesterday for interment. He
was 22 years of atce and a son of Heye
Melnts, an old resident of Hanover town
ship. WATERLOO 8. -A. Teal, formerly master
mechunlc for the Northwestern at Missouri
Valley, Is ill at his home in this place,
but has been Improving the last few daya.
Dr. Teal of Omaha was out to see him
OXFORD-Arbor day was loyally and en
thuHiastlually observed by Oxford. The
Board of Education has acquired an entire
block, and about this was planted several
rows of leautiful elms, maples and pop
lars. 2-4J trees ln all.
BEATRICE The new stone crusher plant ,
of Ueorge H. Davis Is now In operation.
It is located one mile east of Wymore,
bus a capacity of &M) tons dally and cost
10,000. It is one of the finest plants of
Its kind in the west.
NEBRASKA CITY The golf season
opened here today with a number of play
ers on the grounds. The Indications are
that there will be a number of games
played here tills season and contestants
from all over the state will be Invited.
OSCEOLA As evidenco that it pays to
raise sheep In Nebraska, and Polk county
In particular, we mention the fact that
: John Van Huns shipped thirty-two lambs
'. that averaged him li a head more than
' thu ewes coat him and he has the ewes
CENTRAL CITY The double track of
i the Union Pacific from Watson's ranch
j west of Kearney has. now been extended
I two miles eat of Central City and Is be
ing laid at the rate ot about two miles
per day. About l.uuu men are engaged at
PAP1LLION A serious runaway oc
curred here yesterday morning. The large
nalr of mules keut at the lumber yard
I were frightened by the escaping steam of
an engine os the track. The driver, Mr.
oeeiey, was mruwn unuer meir irei auu
HERMAN Barnes Brothers, railroad
contractors, loaded fifteen cars of grading
outfit, horses and mules at this place today
for aienliam, 8. D. They have wintered
here and expect to build an extension to
the Milwaukee across the river from Ulen
ham thla summer.
ALLIANCE The second annual ball of
the KniKhts of Columbus, given at the
Phelan opera house here Monday night,
was a decided social event, being attended
by the beat people of the city. The opera
house was tastily decorated and all pro
nounced it a grand success.
ASHLAND The Burlington railway haa
practically completed Its subway on Silver
street and Is now laying the foundations for
a handsome new staiion, to oe erected au ,
jaecirt to the subway. This station will be
patterned after ine one at t. rete, ntu., ana
will be modern in every respect.
HUMBOLDT Within a very short time
the water and light supply of the city will
be on a meter hHxia, (lie work of Installing
meters for the electric light company being
well under way. while a recent ordinance
assed by the city compels users of water
to install meters before the first of July.
WYMORE Arbor day was observed In
the public schools by appropriate pro
grams ln tho various graJes and by an
exhibit of the work done during the last
An.uar.. I'lila ..vhililr In I'frv eomriliMA
land reflects great credit on Superintendent
' u tl ilruhnm Mml iIih corrkM of tcu licra
I OSCEOLA The Ntbraska Society for
the prevention of Cruelty to Ani.nals ts
sending circulars throughout the stale with
a view of organizing a s iclety In eveiy
: county where no humane society now ex
ists. Dr. E. D. Buckner, the prtrl.'.en.,
i Is giving much of lils time and means to
I the humane cause.
J OSCEOLA Odd Fellows of Rlslnj Star
lodge and the auxiliary, the Daughters
'of Rebekah, have completed arrangements
for the ceiebn-tion or tne eignty-eigiitn
anniversary of Odd Fellowship In Amer
ica. It will be held Friday evening. April
2d, and Oeurge. L. Ixxnnis cf Fremont wtl,
be tha principal speaker.
WYMORE At St. Luke's church yester
day a class of seventeen were confirmd
by BiBhop Williams of Omaha. Under
Rev. Benjamin Lean, tbe pretrnt rector
in charge of the church, attendance at
aervtoea haa become so gruat as to make
Sa largvr euurcU uoteaaary, aud ruugra ai
Cheap Substitutes xvrvd
rnBcrupuiouB dealers, mindful only of profit nnd caring nothing for th
health of their patrons, are offering for sale low-grade, Impure whiskey, which
they tell you ! as "good as Duffy's."
It Is a cheap concoction and fraud, Intended deceive the people.
Of course, when a remedy has been brfore the public so long, has been
prescribed and used by the best doctors and In all the prominent
hospitals, and has carried the blessing of health into so many
thousands of homes as DUFFY'S TURK MALT WHISKEY has,
Imitations are bound to arise, lint they ran Imitate the bottle
anil label only no one can Imitate the content.
DUFFY'S TURE MALT WHISKEY Is made from a formula
worked out fifty years ago by one of tho greatest chemists the
world haa ever known, and while It has cured millions of people
during the last half century, the secret has never been discov
ered. Any firm that will sell Imitation or substitution goods'wlll
eell Impure drugs. The firm that Is dishonest In one thing would
not hesitate to be dishonest ln another. Whenever you see Imita
tion and substitute goods offered for sale by a firm, beware of
anything and everything put up by that firm. You endanger your
own life and the Uvea of your family and friends by dealing with
BEWARE OF FRAUDS!
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
is sold In sealed bottles only never In bulk. A facsimile of the
genuine bottle, full size, is printed here so that you may easily
recognize It. It is our own patented bottle round, amber colored,
and with the name "Duffy's Malt Whiskey Company" blown into
the glass. The trade-mark the Old Chemist's Head la on the
label, and over the cork there ts an engraved paper seal. De cer
tain this seal Is not broken.
REFUSE IMITATIONS AND SUBSTITUTES
When you ask for
DUFFY'S PURE MALT
WHISKEY be sure you get
the genuine whloh is the
only absolutely pure malt
whiskey containing medi
cinal, health-giving qual
ities. Imitations and sub
stitutes, far from relieving
the sick, are ' positively
harmful. Demand DUF
FY'S, and be sure you get
It. Be on your guard
against refilled bottles.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey promotes health and longevity,
KEEPS THE OLD YOUNG THE YOUNG STRONG
It is the only whiskey recognised by doctors everywhere as a
medicine. This is a guarantee.
The genuine is sold by all reliable druggists, grocers and
dealers, or direct, $1 a bottle. Illustrated medical booklet and
doctor's advice free. Address Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester,
current that one will be built ln the near
NEBRASKA CITY Monday afternoon at
4 o'clock J. Wlsner and Miss Lulu Nuck
olls were united in marriage at th horn
of the bride's mother. The wedding waa
a private one, on account of the recent
death of the bride's father. The bride Is a
daughter of Heath Nuckolls, who had been
a resident of this city since 1864.
WATERLOO Arbor day waa not par
ticularly observed ln thla locality, but farm
ers and all others who are very busy this
week took advantage of the tine weather.
The fruit dues not seem to be injured by
the freezing weather of the lost week or
two, as the plum and oherry blossoms are
coming out nicely since It haa turned
NEBRASKA CITY Postofflce Inspector
A. O. Swift, who was injured ffi a rail
road wreck some time ago ln Illinois, Is
at home and Improves very sluwiy. H
was much worse Injured than was first
thought and it will be some time before
he will be able to report for duty. He Is
one of the oldest employes In this section
of the country.
FAlRBLUi Arbor day was' observed at
Falrbury by about 2o0 citlsens assembling
ot the court house and marching ln pro
cession to the new city park, where each
one planted a tree, to be cared for by the
Individual planting It. the tree holes were
dug by the park commission and numbered
so that the trees designated In the plan
of tho ground were each planted ln their
NEBRASKA CITY The members of
Company C, Nebraska National Guard,
have a good range across the river and
are putting ln all their spare time at tar
get practice, as they will be unable to use
it during high water, aa the river will be
out of its banks. One of the members out
of UK) shots hit the target fifty-six times
and made two bull's-eye shots. This Is
pretty good at a suo-yard range.
OAKDALE The Board of Education at
Monday night' meeting completed the elec
tion or teachers ror next year. The com
plete corps Is aa followa: H. F. Hooper,
superintendent; May Both well, principal;
Margaret V. Barr, second grammar; Lulu
i. Durland. first grammar; Nellie Cling
man, secoiuf primary; Mabel Morris, first
Why Brain Workers should use
This food supplies to the Brain
and Nerve Centres microscopic
particles of Phosphate of Potash,
found in wheat and barley, which
combine with Albumen to make
the gray matter to daily refill the
Brain and Nerve Centres
Anyone can learn the reason by trying
primary; Mabel Richardson, kindergarten.
Alva E. Baker waa elected janitor.
OXFORD High and rapidly advancing
realty values hereabout I Inducing quit a
number to seek free home In the north
western section of this state and of eastern
Colorado. I. L. Arthur, Joseph Mahoney,
Peter Peer and Ernest Kehl have Juet re
turned from McPherson county, where each)
filed on a 640-acre claim under the pro
visions of the Klnkald act.
OAKLAND At s meeting of the school
board Monday evening Superintendent W.
H. Myers was unanimously re-elected su-
Eerlntendent of the schools here. Miss
alsy Johnson of this city was elected
teacher of music, this branch Just hav
ing been added. All the teachers hav
been hired now with the exceptlorf of th
assistant principal, which will be filled
CHADRON Dr, Robert K. Burns waa
found dead ln tils chair at his family resl.
dence on the Bordeaux, Just east of th
city. He leaves a wife and two sons and
one daughter. He was one of the very
first settlers In Dawes county, coming her
ln 1&D4, before the county was organised
out of the unorganised county of Hioux.
He was In apparently his usual health,
being ln Chadron the day before he died.
ASHLAND Fred Panaka of Loularvllle
had a bad half hour with a tramp on
morning last week.. After Mr. Panaka had
permitted the tramp to stay all night th
latter ln tbe morning became abusive be
cause breakfast waa not ready, whereupon
Mr. Panska grabbed the man by the collar
and tore his shirt oft and threw the man
out the door. The tramp refused to leava
until Mr. Panska gave him a second threshing-.
NEBRASKA CITY Arbor day was ob
served here ln as good a manner aa ever
before. The scholars of the Second Ave
nue, Sixth street and Fourteenth street
achoola met at the high school and, headed
by th Nebraska City band, marched to
Morton park, and ln front of J. Starling
Morton'a monument the services were held.
There were more than 1,000 children ln line
and they wera followed by a large number
of citizens ln carriages and on foot. There
was an excellent program by the pupils
and the principal address waa delivered by.
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