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THE OMAHA' DAILY BEE: SATURDAY. AUGUST 22. 190?.'
CUT RATE FOR STATE FAIR
From a $1,000,000 Bakery
Picture in your mind a $1,000,000 bakery, with white tile
ovens. With all the baking rooms on the TOP floor
flooded with sunlight and pure air.
Can .you imagine any but the crispest, the purest, the
daintiest biscuit coming from such a bakery as that?
arc made in that very bakery $1,000,000
spent to improve their quality, yet not
an extra cent of cost to you!
TAKOMA BISCUIT at your
grocer's in moisture-proof, triple
sealed packages a cents.
Simply risk a nickel to try them.
Then let the biscuits, them
selves, by their taste, their
crispness, their daintiness, de
cide whether or not they arc -
better than all other biscuits.
See how many you get for 5 cents.
rare and Half for Bound Trip Will :
B Made at Once. ;
CONCESSION AFTER HARD FIGHT
far the Redartloa
rlatlaa Road Irani
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Xav Soot mat rt.
"How Ocorfla Want Dry."
KaSelpa T. wokola, Pnbllo-AeoouBtan.
faoaaa VT. Blackburn for congress. dT
Stwnu. 117 X. :. Douglas shoe. 1 10
Pa Eusrti for Quality clears. 31 8. lsth.
aUavaart, rhotog rapher. 11th Farnam.
JunM O. aUasl for county atry. Adv.
John Zh Here for (lata auditor. Adr.
Ika(Ui 'rlsttB Co., 114 6. lltn. Tel.
ZqoiUbls Lift roliclei. eight draft at
Niaturlty. II D. Neely. manager. Omaha.
Bnrgest-arandia lill Howard St.
5a. electric fixtures, electric wiring and
nralrs. Residence electric fan, Iie.ta
The Dropped Pattern Sale of room-sis
rugs at Miller. Stewart Beaton's begins
Monday. August 24.
-How Georgia Wsat Dry." will 1 toll
y Mis. Mary Hsrrls Armor, th? weman
Sho debated with Mayor Dahlnian, a: a
fjian meeting Sunday evening at the Au ,l
Tloreace Ecaday School Picnic The
tunday school of the Florence Presbyterian
liurch will picnic at P.iverview park Sat
irda afternoon. A special car has bom
;hriered for the occasion.
. Primary , fraction Votloaa Notices for
l.e primary election September 1 ars being
xsted l Deputy Sheriffs Flanagan and
Jardipee. the former canvassing the coun
Iry prccincta and the latter the city.
Par tk safe keeping- of money and Tal
ablss, the American safe depoelt vaults
In the Bee building afford absolute secur
ity. Boxes reM for 14 per year, or tl for
Abuse and Too Mack Brink Cnargtng
abuse and ill-treatment which have under
mined her health. Mrs. Nellie King "has
applied for a atlvorce from Joseph D. Kins;
She aiso averts he drinks to excess and
has not supported her properly. She want
he custody of their -monlhs-old child.
Zdtck of Bvldsnc Owing to lack of suf
ficient evidence two casta against El
Thornberg of the Omaha Ice and ColJ
jtorage company, brought by Inspector
f Wrights and Measure Pefg for selling
iliort weights of Ice, were dismissed by
ludge Crawford In police court
BTotlce Before Installation City
rtment a run Friday mornins: at
The blase was est.lnguietied with aight
Appeal to District Court An appeal to
the district court has been taken in the
first of the ca.es involving the validity of
the deporit guaranty notes of the old
Tranfmlsls:pri Mutual Fire Insurance
company whl?h are listed among the assets
of the National Mutual Fire Insurance
company. Judgment was secured against
A. I. Hoot on one of the notes for JM In
Justice Cockreli's court. Mr. Root haa car
ried the case to the district court and the
outcome of the hearing will be awaited
with considerable interest by a large num
ber of others who hsve signed similar
Xat of Chambers HoxeiUU The
Sommers-Johnson "Realty company ha
bouKht the last three acres -f the old
Chambers homestead, on which the home
stands, and will divide it Into city lotf
and place them on the market. The trail
is located on North Twenty-fourth street,
north of Grand avenue. The price paid
Mrs. Jeannette Chambers for the property
was $5,150 cajh. The old residence was
said to be the only house between Florence
and Farnam ytreet when it was erected.
In Street Cars for Ak-Sar-Ben The
Omaha A Council Bluffs Street Ra.lsay
company has the eight cars being built
at the Omaha shops ft that company
nearly ready for service and . they will
surely be done In time for the Ak-Sar-Ben
fesi'vttles. The routing of the ten large
tars which are being constructed In St.
Louis haa been made and they will be on
hand In time for the fall festivities The
company established a double arrvl'-e on
the west side Hanscom park line Thurs
day night to care for the large crowd
which attended the Olympic games at the
Sams Old Answers riM The Omaha
Water company filed Its reply to t:x
amended answer an- answer of ilie el'y
of Omaha In the hydrant rental cases In
the I'nlted States circuit court Friday
morning. The replies, four in number.
Involve a general denial of al the aliesa-
I tions made In the answer and amended
I answer of the city of Omaha. The further
I denial Is made that the city of Omaiia U
i entitled to any relief by way of recoup
ment on the ground that the judement
of the circuit court of March. 19UC. was
Friday in favor of the water company in each and
j every one of the similar Issues. The an- 1 bread.
Boiler i swer of the water company goes into de- j
TUT11ILL MAKES FIM FIGHT
Geti Eagles' Contention for Omaha
Without Making- an Enemy.
SO SAYS PAPFJt IS SEATTLE
A Ideal ky Mrs. Tathlll, 'Blar Tla
talllraa aad Other He Wins
Oat An-alast Kaackera
from St. Paal.
Jchn H. Tuthill. the man who 'booati
to beat the band." has returned to Omaha
from Seattle, where he secured th neat
national convention of the Fraternal Order
of Eacies for Omaha, and "It will be the
largest convention ever held In the city.'
Mr. Tuthill went to the convention with
his determination an.J Mrs. TuthllL He
found other cillea there with brass bands
and thousands of dollars to spend. The
Seattle Post-lnt'lligencer says he landed
tlx convention for Omaha without making
an enemy In the order and beat St. Paul's
band to the tune of three to one.
"I am Indebted, and of course Omaha is
also under obligations to Congressman
Timothy Sullivan of New Tork and Cap
tain John F. Pelletler of Kanaas City for
assisting me in securing thin convention
for Omaha." said Mr. Tuthill.
"St. Paul waa the chief competitor and
made all the noise. The delegation sent a
band last year to get the Shriner con
vention and got It. They came to Seattle
with the same determmatlon. opened np
headquarters which cost them thousands
of dollars and paraded with a band. The
representatives from Su Paul would not
even talk with me. They would laugh
hen I mentioned Omaha and went to the
clipping bureaus of Seattle and secured
everything from the newspapers which
could be used to the ditcredit of Omaha.
The first thing they found was that
story about half the bakeries of Omaha
beins unclean. They took these clippings
to Eaglea and said: There, thet Is the
kind cf a city which proposes to entertain
your convention. Their bakeries are filthy
-.!lr own papers and state officials say
so. They could not feed you if you went
! there. If they did it would be on dirtv
Lincoln will get its reduced rate for the
slate fair and the state fair managers are
Tha Bens was wired frcm Chicago FrlJay
morning that the roads of the western pas
senarer association had decided to change
the hard ruies they had adopted against
toe giving of reduced rates and people go
ing to tha Nebraska state fair will do ao by
paying a far and a half for the round
A bard fight has been made to Indue the
railroad to giant this concession and they
bav finally been won ever to that way of
whlcklng. When the legislatures of the sev
eral states decided that 1 cent per mile was
all the railroad should charge for hauling
passengers th railroads decided that they
would stand pat on the proposition that
they would not haul anyone for leas than !
t ecnts a mile. As a consequence commit
tee have pleaded in vain for reduced rates
to a!) aorts of conventions and big meetings.
Th first break-over was made east of the
Missouri river, but the lines west of th river
stood firm. Th state fairs east of the
Missouri river wer given reduced rate,
but th Nebraska and Kansas state fairs
wera refused urjy concession. The matter
wa finally taken op by the executive com
mittee of th several roads and the decis
ion reached Thursday to glv Lincoln the
asked for rate. The Burlington will sell
tickets for a fare and a half with a mlU-
mum of B. plue 10 cents for the stub train
and 60 cents admission to the fair.
Omaha has the promts of one road that
reduced rates will be giver, for Ak-Ssr-Ben,
but the other bav refused to give a def
inite answer, but have kept the matter In
obeyance. When the news reached Omaha
Friday morning that the state fair at Lin
coln had been able to get rates, the board
of governor of Ak-Sar-Ben Immediately
got busy to start the ball rolling for the
aam concession for Omaha. Omaha has
two btf gatherings this fall, the fall fes
tivities and the corn show, and th matter
of reduced rates will make quite a differ
ence In the number of people who will come
to Omaha to theae attractions.
Gala of Mllveaakea Line.
With the new Milwaukee coast extension
completed to Butte, Mont., 715 miles west
from Mobrldge. S. D.. where the start was
made, the Milwaukee will soon be getting
Its share of the business of that traffic
producing country. The Milwaukee was
fortunate In having raised the money nec-
esssry tor tn building of this extension I
half way across th continent and th work '
invite your attention
to our New Fall and
Winter lines of Shoes for Men,
Women and Children. Our
Shoe Department is now re
plete with new creations for
autumn wear; every new shoe
idea is represented-not a sin
gle new shape or leather has
The NEW REGALS are HERE.
ASSORTMENT OF" FALL AND WINTER CLOTH1NO FOR MEN
WILL BE LARGER THAN EVER BEFORE
THIS STORE WILL BE OPEN 'TILL IO P.M, STURDAY
s-"T , .o TfTTG' ,' --,i,i..i,L Uw 33B
SIGNAL CORPS LIKES BILL
and Lincoln boulevard, frame dwclllnir,
W. Ellsworth. Thirty-fourth street
and Lafayette avenue, frame dwelling,
CODY INDIANS AT CORN SHOW
AAial C n vra T n A 1 Ta r c rt fraa Will
V li-LV AOA aJtn J CUM1U( iUVM U.A V "An i
ONUS OF POOL HALL
MEANS FULL REORGANIZATION
Will Be Oae of the First Introduced
at the ext session of to
aress Provisions at tha
Signal corps officers at Forts Leaven
worth and Omaha are much interested In
the proposed bill of the reorganisations of
the Signal corps. The bill will be one of
the first Introduced It. congress In Decem
ber. Ar. officer of the Signal corps aald:
"A movement is already on foot at Fort
Leavenworth, Fort Omaha. Fort Wood.
M hvi uwn iiowea 10 lag De-cause of t . , .
lint f runi In th... tin,.. .U. r on .-uyer ana oiner pi'ni .iiere ine mB
roads bav been hustling for cash. George
B. Hajnes. general emigration agent of
th Milwaukee, just returned from a unique
trip over the new line. Taking four travel
ing passenger agents with him Mr. Haynes
went over th line from the Missouri river
to Butte and visited every Important town
within twenty mile of the road on each
Heat aad Moaojaltov.
"The heat and mosquitoes of the south
make cry wish he was in Omaha, which
is a mountain resort in comparison." said
C E. Spens, general freight agent of the
Burlington, who returned home Thursday
from a three weeks; vacation. Mr. Spens
was at Asbury park for some time, enjoy.
Ing the bathing and then took a five-day
boat to New Orleans. He said that for the
five days out there was scarcely a ripple
on the water, which meant there were
few cooling breeses after they had gone
south. Mr. Spens said they had one de
lightful day at New Orleans, but that the
next was a scorcher and hot enough to
drive a man to the north country If he
could get away."
Hill Road Hastllna.
nal corps is stationed, for a schedule, fr
the reorganization of the corps, which will
greatly increase Its efficiency. This sched
ule provides for a chief signal officer wltU
the rank of brigadier general, four colonels.
four lieulenaLX colonels, twelve majors,
thirty-six captains, first and second lieu
tenants. 1K master signal electricians.
first clses sergeants and a like number of
sergeants and oorporala. 1.200 first clsss
pirvates, SuO privates, sixty cooks, forty
eizht farriers and blacksmiths, twenty-four
wagoners, forty-eight trumpeters and a
regularly organised band with the same al
lowances and grades now provided for In
other branches of the service."
The Signal corps, as at present orjsnlsed.
consists of one brigadier general, one col
onel, two lleuteunl colonels, six majors,
eifcl.l captains, eighteen first lleuten-
Responsibility Will Be Determined by
the Board of Fire aad Police
Pool halls In Omaha may not be closed
on Sundays by order of the Bosrd of Viro
and Police Commissioners and to deter
mine what authority the board has in the
; remises will require a kng and t Ireful
perusal cf the statutes of the state and th
ordinances of the city. John L. Kennedy
of the board Is now engaged in looking up
the law and telieves that by Monday niii.t,
when the board meets In regular session,
he will be able to advise what to do.
Some time ago the board announced that
ORDER Tribe, with Buffalo Bill Will Bow tc
Kin? of All Nebraska.
M'CUNE IS 1IAKTNG THE PLANi
Wlthoat Indians WoiU
n Wild West hw
at a ft a are Coach,"
ays Mae. F
Buffalo Bill's Indians will attend th Na
tional Corn Exposition unless, when tlielr
eeaon is over, they feel that they must
have a few weeka' vacation in order to lay
in a supply uf hard coal and ran soma
kteps would be taken to cl se questionable fruit for the winter.
pool and billiard halls and to keep miiiois Colonel Bill McCune. Interpreter and man
out of all halls. Before anything could be
done, however, the acation season arrived
and it had to be postponed. Now it Is to
It brought up again. While the keeping
of children out of the pool hails devolves
upon the probation officer, the Ministerial
union has tld th fire and police commis
sioners that the burden rests on their houl
ders and the commissioners will e what
can be done.
"A proposed ruling to close the halls at
midnight has been modified to 1 o'clock In
the morriing." s;ys Mayor Dahlman, who
was visited by a number of pool hall own
ers. "One o'clock Is the hour when the
fa. loons dose."
NEWMAN GETS STOVE
Omaha t'aatrartar Is
trectlaa: Factory at
A. J. Newman. Omaha contractor, was
awarded the contract for the brick work
It.r of the Indians, is trying to make tlu
arrangement, believing that the Indians
ran show the visitors something about the
tises of corn which have been forgotten.
'Now, Indians shojld be at every corn
show." says Colonel BUI. "A corn show
without an Indian would be about as enter
taining as a wild west show without
' tare roach.
j "Thife Indians have made more Johnny
I rake than the cracker factories have made
water wafers they invented Johnny cake,
but they never named it."
Colonel Bill thinks the Indians had some
dishes which would do credit to any coin
show cooking exhibit. He professes to hav
eaten a meal with the Indiana composed
PLAJT ! "soup of cream.' -which is mad from
j green corn; rem tinioaie. wnicn is a mojia
Awarded Job of,0' corn served on a tomato; corn sou f fie.
ants and seven companies. These companies
are stationed. "A" at Fort Leavenworth. . on the Howard Stove Manufacturing com
"B", "V" and "H" at Fort Omaha, "C" at i pany s nea- plant to be erected at Ralston
Valdex. Alaska, "d" at Fort Wood. N. Y..
"F" ar-l "L" Philippine Islands. "I" In
Cuba and "K" at Fort Gibbon. Alaska.
There are now but l.ViQ enlisted men In
the entire Signal corps, Including the non-
Th Great Northern is husthng the Con- I commissioned officers. The intelligence of
Inspector Wolfe has served notice on firms
in the ttesm boiler and steam fitting busi
ness that It Is not sufficient to a--.::?y his
department after boilers have been in
stalled, but that the law requires notice
shall be given before the installation and
that inspection ahall b made then and the
boilers Installed under the supervision of
Ihe city inspector.
Two mail aire A fire in the residence
of John Irvln, 221 S Paul street, at :S0
Friday morning, caused by Mrs. Itvin
stepping on a match In a clothes closet,
lesulted In approximately LuO damage
before extinguished. Spontaneous com
buatlun In a rtrload cf coal at Fifteenth
and Cuming street caused the flr. d?-
t. Pant, the Knacker.
tall with regard to the whole r.istnry of I "Tlien they secured a lot of clippings
the contract between the water company i about the arcade and other filth. These
and the city of Omaha and includes j they passed around and told delegates that
twenty-three specific articles of denial, every other house in Omaha nas
and again asks that judgment be declared
In favor of the water company.
WHITE LABOR IS
shame and the city authorities had allowed
such houses to scatter in ail parts of the
BOYCOTTED' "These were the worst things with which
, I had to cont( nd. But wo f.iund friends In
Only Colored -Men Employed hy Col- ! the rast rand officer and almost every
or4 mtrarlsr Cm. j official favored Omaht, Including Past
la Street Flats. V-LCrand President Edward Krounse of
White laborers have been boycotted by ; "When we finally organised I bought
J. S. Bacon, who is erecting fine flats at ' about L'O pennants, which wer msie for
a cost of LS.OtO at Seventeenth and Cum- j me. and these were given to
Rd Thia Letter,
I fcav used Wakefield's Blackberry Bal
sam for over forty years. 1 am not glv-
en to writing letters of this kind. In fact
never did before in my tlfa. but I do wish
to say to you. It baa never failed me in
on single Instance nor any of my friends,
I hat recommende it to. Wnen drug
gets say to me: "Here Is sometbing Just
as good." I tell them very candidly there
Is nothing uat as good. Th fact 1 I
hav never found anything )uat aa good
nd I never xpact to. 1 can cheerfully
recommend It to any on, young er old
for ail Bowel Trouble. It has certainly
tslped m when nothing ela wouid.
J. K. PARKE.
13 K. Mia at.. Chicago.
Wakefield's Blackberry Balaam haa
beea tna aureat hlid sal eat ramedy for
Diarrhoea, Dysaniery. Cholr Infant
ttia and Cholera M or bug (or l year.
While It Is quick and positive la Its
action. It Is tinlike- other remedies In
that It la harmless and does not consti
pate. Jt simply checks the trouble
and pets the stomach ad bowels la
their natural. rej-uUr condition. Of
the millions of bottles that have been
told la the pat (3 years, never has
a case been r ported where a cure was
et effected wbea dlrerUoas were fol
lowed, even after other remedies had
failed. Every home should have a
botUe er . oa hand ready for sad
den attacks.' rail slse bottle, lie
Be sure yon get tha jenalne Wake
sWd's BlackbeiT T'tIitx
ma ; i ufew inr cwr n.iw n-n
he let the contracts and now a smell army
of colored men Is at work on the flats.
Mr. Bacon Is a colored man who haa
made "bir'ls o' dou-h" in Sioux City. He
sought Investment in Omaha and found an
oicrtunity. He bought a lot worth I'S.xiu
ar.d began erecting flats. Colored men did
the excavating ar.d Mr. Bacon said he
would demcr.s.rjte how well they could
build a modern flat.
Brick masons. plasterers. carpenters,
plumbers, tinsmith, cornice aorkers. fin
ishers, paintrr and atndow washers who
work iTi the new flats must be colored.
; Baion says the colored race has aa good
I workmen in all lines aa any other race
under the sun. srd when his building Is
completed It will testify to the skill of th
workmen of his race.
Vt.cn the graders and excavators began
work on the Job they started a little dif
rerently from truinary excavators. The
pulied two wagons onto the lot. They were
covered, being such wagens as are used
to carry the sign "Pike's Pesk or Bust."
Her the cxacators lived while the work
ass beli.g done. They fed their horses on
the ground and got their oa n meala They
began woik at sun up and wjrked In the
cool of the evening, putting in a full day's
work and enjoying a lorg noon hour, with
plenty of watermelon.
When the contracts acre let and more
laborers needed, an aJverti?ment was In-
Just 'dropped In' and wer known as
stragglers. They certainly did them
selves prcud for Omaha. Tou never heard
such yelling as those stragglers gsv us."
Mrs. Tuthill made friends among the
women and organized a chorus, which sang
"Omaha, My Omaha." This capped th
climax. Mr. Tuttle says the morr.en won
th day. Their singing brought everyone
who had ever been in Omaha to their feet
and they yelled for Omaha, defeating St.
Paul and turning the laugh on the lull
trucOon of the new road from Billings.
Mont., to Great Falls, which will connect
the Northern Pacific with the Oreat North
ern and Incidentally open up the Great
Northern as a feeder to the Burlington's
Billlngs-Omaha line, thus making all that
rich territory In a way more tributary to
the Omaha market. The Burlington s
northwest line at present has all the busi
ness It can handle when business is run
ning heavy and the addition of this new
business will crowd that line to the ut
most. For that reason the people of
Montana see good reason for the Burling
ton pushing its second line to the north
the S gnal corps enlisted force to above the
average of enlisted men In any other
branch of the service.
Kemper, Hemphill a Buckingham.
Anything of metal made "good aa new.
Owners Omaha Silver Co., 114 S. Uth Si.
Ernest Sweet. '31T-1S-21 Dewey avenue,
tiple brick dwelling. t7ii; F. Ellison.
Twenty-eijrhth and Shirley streets, franc
dwelling. 12.500; Jacob Pete-sin, Twmty-sr-cond
street and Meredith avenue, framt
dwelling. ll.:c; W. T. Graham. Forty-
fourth and Grant streets, frame dwell. nc
when the bids were opened Friday. Mr.
Newman's bid was
The plant will consist cf a foundry, 7fx
150. which will have a wine; containing a
mill room. x50, polul,jng rocm. 21x:j. and
platlr.g room. Ix5('. This building will be
one story. The factory building will be
two stories in height. JOxllk'. The ware
house will be three stories. -xlJ0. The
plant will have 5C.oj feet of floor space,
J.CM0 feet of which will be cement.
Bath rooms and lockers will supplied for
the 1"3 people to bo employed by the stove
company, and the capacity cf the plant
will be 150 to stoves dslly. Mr. Howard
has returned to Savannah and expects to
have the new plant la operation In Omaha
within three months. Work will bfgin on
the buildings as jn as the spur track
is completed at F.a':-:or. A 11 the material
for the plant will he suld by Omahans.
corn on the cob. corn pudding and corn
"Corn Johnny cake as the Indians used
to make it was a mixture of cornmeal.
water and salt." says Bill. "It was boiled
and then baked. It was so easily made,
tasted so good and lasted so well that the
Indians before undertaking long Journeys
used to mske a lot of It.. So thy got In
the habit of calling it 'Journey cak ' When
the white people came along they could
not understand Just what the Indians ere
driving St, so trey duhhtd It 'Johnny ia.e'
am) let It jo at tbM."
nu; F. M. Weeks, Thirty-eighth street An office building will be erected later.
L. J. Wasthelmtr of Bliebnygen. N. W.
Young- of Urchin r.nd R. Julian of Iondot
England, are at the Schlux.
Hal Buckingham, chief clerk In th
fre.ght department of the Burlington, has
gone to Chicago to check up some tariff
W. H. C. Chinn. Ferrs Mse Chinn of St.
Paul. F. R. Eeoher of Scott s Hiuff. 8. E.
Trieber. S B. Work of Denver. Will Mc
Neill of Fresno. J. L. Carter of Gillette.
Ed Ross c f Gordon and T. R. Skidmor of
Osceola are noon arrivals at the Merchants.
serted in The Bee want ad pares and narf!,.!Kalt. ti.rcH-r
a hundred brkkUycr and stone masons K-ur;rg anyth
rejK.nnea ir mors, aw ir.any as can worn
about the walls are throwing" r'aster
Tax Lesirtl t'aatlaaaaa rsaahl Track
Hallay la th Warld
under msnagemeut is the Grsnd I
Trunk Ra.'wav System from Chicago ts
Montreal and o Niagara Falls. The Grand
Trunk-Ler.ign Valley do.dile track rout
via Niagara Fails reaches(from Chksgo to
Desoript.v llierature. tim-tsbles etc..
will be mll fre on application t
George W. Vaua. A. G." P. A- T A . Grand
Trunk Ra )y 8". frrrh.H a S., CtU
POINT FOR HENRY JACKSON
1 we Haas Barajlarlea raassaltted
Slaea He Was Arretted aad I
Kvidenee favorable to Henry Jackson.
During the night Thursday burglars
gained entrance to the resident of A
Davldson. IKS North Twenty-fourth street,
by unlocking the bark door. The trousers
of DaviJtzm and his sons were taken Into
the tack yard and the pockets robbed of
P In money, a watch and chain and a
bunch of ke The trousers wer left in
A burglar who had entered th residence
of O. L. Dickenson. tOu Dewey avenua,
a as engaged In ransacking the house when
Mr IH.kci.ion returned home and fright
ened f.e marauder away, who mad his
g-h a rear window without
ing of value.
These are the first such burglaries sine
the arrest of Henry Jackson, th colored
man suspected of being th perpetrator of
this class of thievery, and tSey ar re
garded as good circumstantial vtdaoc t
prove that Colonel Jackson has no corner
Ot tn.s art
Hire aa article you hav which needs
ret spring and reflating.
Kemper, Herr.pr.Ul a Buckingham.
Owners Omaha Silver company, ine.
lit 8 Uth St. All kinds plating.
' Oa smAA. E.T.tHl. Cl Larkac Bleaah
tired people and thirsty oeoDle -nerve worn anH
people--people who just like to tickle the palate occasion
wiia a gcucious oevcrage all classes, ages and sexes
The Satisfactory Beverage
Hat more to'it than wetness or sweetness. It rcl
body and nerves; .quenches the thirst as n
refreshes and pleases.
CT THE CENUINXt
ieves fatigue of brain,
othing else will;
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