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STATEMENT BY TREASURER
-Cash Showi Up Well for This Season
of the Tear.
FUND IS WELL FIXED
lltrr F.lgbt and a Qi
i . ' Dollar lavrsted for the Benefit
of the I'nbllc Reboots of
I the State.
"ijullllon of thi- state tr
'VJbinlru'Ai Ortiber 31.
Lincoln Office Omaha Dee
518 Little Building
Auto Phone 7417. Dell A-2598
G. M. Porter, Manager.
"rom a 8taff Correspondent.)
.N, Oct. 31. (Special.) Treasurer
made the following report of the
treasury at the close
Tlifre Is $376.411. 01
In the treasury, of which $217.TOi;.62 Is In the
Kearney Normal libraray
Hospital for Insane
fern Normal library
Agr. and mechanic arts..
V. 8. experiment station.
Oct. 1. Oct. 31.
t 1S.U73.97 $ 10.072. 7
1.2"7.35 1.3. i&
37.(4 87. H
2.S10 4'J2 VO
2,891. 24 3.1H6.24
2H.416 67 2t.to(.01
Cash on hand
Warrants ond hand..
Cash on deposit
Trust Funds Invested
Permanent school fund
Agricultural college, endowment.
Hoods of all kinds
Warrants of all kinds
. W. 237.13
Statement of bank balances, Nebraska
state treasury, October 31, 1938:
Citizens' Btate, Ainswnrth $ B.OOO.On
First National. Alliance 2,Of'0.on
Alliance National B.ono.no
Cltlrons State, Arapahoe 6.000. CO
National Bank of Alliance 6.011O.00
'Irst National, Albion 6.000.00
lttle Creek Valley 4.000.00
rst National, Battle Mills 1.500.CO
liens' State, Blair 5,o0.CO
tnlnirton State 5.(100.00
JMer National, Broken Bow
Purity Btate, Broken Bow
iarmtn ind Merchants, Benson.
Central City National ....
First National, Chadron .
Stain Hank, Cornlea,
H National, Blue Hill VniO.OO
Wlsner Wats l.OoO.flrt
First National, Wolbaeh J.WO.N)
First Nittnnal, Weeping Water.... l.Crt.nn
City National, York B.oO.OO
Flrt National, York 6,(7.4b
Total $362,956.30 j
Craig- State. 2,600.00
Farmers State Bank. Craig 2.500.00
State Hank. Curtis 3,(00.00
p. s. Hadlev Co.. Cedir Rapids.. 5.000.00
First National. Cedar Rapids .... E,0u0.(0
Commercial Htate Bank. Clav Ccn
Dliler State 2.0()0.00
"4nnebrog State, 2.000.01
t National, Dodge 7.ti.oo
.n Btate i.whmu
.1 -loneer nana, r.uaiin
farmers and Merchants, Fremont 1. 0110.no
First National, Fremont 2,.ViO.OO
Bank of (llenvlllo I.&00.00
First National, Gordon 6.OO0.OO
Orecl-y Stnto Bank 4.or.00
F'lrst National, Greeley 6,on0.00
Fnlon State, Harvard 4,000.00
Harvard State 8,500.00
Kprrners- anil Mechanics. Havelock 4.WO.O0
First National, llendcraon 4.0 0.0,1
First Nitlonul, Holdrege 4.000.00
Bunk of Commerce. Hastings
State Hunk. Jonsen
Central National. Kearney
Fawners Bank. Kearney
L. r I ,nl a.
l iners nnd Merchants. Lincoln..
'.W'oniil Bank of Commerce, Lln-
Vtiirjl NiitlcnV. Jticoln
Jim N'ltiorsl. l,iiomis
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fecorltv Bank. Miadjw Urovo 2.00O.0
'i.teCooK Natlenol 2'?Sn
1 V' V,"n;r;i Grove Slate 6.O0O.U
Firs'. National, Newman tirove .... S.O'O.O
Novr'! National ?' " .,
Ne1ir;icWii V.i nal. Norfolk
Flrnt -Natli-rul. North Hind
ntelo.e County Bnk. Oakdale ..
iMIx-im' HIale. Ogalalla
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Furin-rs Stnte. Otvhnrd
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B:-nk f Petersburg
pit rce Ftnlr
nb-i'ig 'tv Bunk
K-'Uth f lPha Nntonil
1 Ho foe-' NU'enal. Soiilh Omaha
r't S'ate'. St. Paul
p:iver Creek State
Kiri Nntiotuil. SpaMing
t--n- hl'pi; City
tHrst NaConnl.' ScStfs Riuff
Vlvst N'ltiooal. 'Hnperlor
Sn'.ton N itttaial - ......
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Firs National. Sargent
First National. Valentine
i X itlr.iial. W alt lull
Sacnii.-ra County National. Wihno.
nrii s and I raoern. Maaeiieiu...
Mf Nationai, Wayne ,
West Point National
First NRtlonal, Wlsner
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FAKK SYMPATIIV FUR SOLDI KRS
(.rand Island Democrat! Papier
thanRea Tnae This Year.
GRAND 1SUAND, Neb.. Oct. 31.-(Spo-I11I
Telegram.) Several thousand Issues of
the Grand Island democrats were sent
nut this week to old soldiers In other parts
of the state, containing several articles of
a grossly mlsrepresentatlve nature and un
justly assailing the record of Governor
Sheldon. Most of the articles are written
by a socialist member of the home nnd a
few by democrats. That the pseudo-sympathy
of the democratic party will have
little weight here Is a foregone conclu
sion. Its anxiety for the welfare of the
old soldiers Is such that is denounced by
them, two years ago, for voting for the
legislative candidates, declaring that they
had no right to vote for these and lesser
officials. It said:
"This year the majority of the taxpay
ers said they wanted Ryan and Thomssen
(legislative candidates) and Cleary to rep
resent them, hut the home, which has no
financial Interest In the county affairs
said: No. you can't have them we will
decide that matter for you, for of course
we know best what vou need."
The Anxelger Herald, democratic, was
even more specific In Its hope that the
members of the home could be prevented
from voting In the future. It said:
Our election of last Tuesday has evi
denced once again that the citizens and
taxpayers permanently located here have
really nothing to nay by reason of the fact
that the old soldiers, sustained by the state,
prescribe (or us whom we shall have for
officials. In spite of the fact that nearly
every democrat was elected It Is of no avail,
for the Soldiers' Home comes down with
200 solid republicans and throws aside the
will of the taxpayers. I'nder these circum
stances the entire republican ticket was
elected, with the exception of F. W. Aahton
for senator. Could we throw out the
Soldiers' Home the enttre democratic
ticket would have been elected.
The genuineness of the sympathy for the
old soldier, whom these papers are now
trying Inveigle Into a vote for the demo
cratic ticket Is thus apparent. C. G. Van
ness, a member of the Home, and republi
can committeeman, vigorously denounced
the Issue of the democrats as mlsrepresen
tative of the old soldiers of the Home as a
clars. "We know," said Mr. Vanness "that
Governor SheMon was not responsible for
the turmoil that has been created In this
matter, and we also know that the
cowardly, untruthful, scurrilous and
malicious attack made by the Democrat Is
made for political purposes only and not
one of sympathy with the old soldier, either
with reference to pensions or anything else.
And I want to urfcu upon all old soldiers
over the sttte not to .be misled by this
sheet. If the,- do permit themselves to be
deceived they will be doing an Injustice not
only to themselves, but also to us."
AVOCA. Neb.. Oct. 31. (8peclal) C. A.
Robblns and the republican candidates ad
dressed the voters at the opera house
Thurs-day night. Every seat In the house
was taken and many were compelled to
stand. The audience gave the speakers
the closest attention. H. G. Wellensick pre
sided t the meeting and the Slemer'a band
furnished the music.
BEATRICE, Neb., Oct. St. (Special.)
Preceded by a spectacular torch, light and
fireworks demonstration, a big republican
meeting was held at the Paddock opera
houso last evening to wind up the cam
paign In this city. Senator Burkett was
the speaker of the evening. D. J. Killen.
Adam McMullln and Lloyd Crocker, county
candidates, also making brief addresses on
state and local Issues. Senator Burkett
declared Bryan doesn't know what he Is
talking about. He doesn't know what laws
have been passed, doesn't read the federal
statutes, and has proposed a lot of re
forms long after the republican congress
has enacted them. Democrats demand pop.
ular election of senators,' but the southern
democratic members wont vote for It:
they demand guarantee deposits, but only
nine democrats voted for It In the two
houses of congress at the last session. The
rise and fall of 16 to 1, Imperialism, mili
tarism and democratic Issues were humor
ously dealt with by the speaker.
ST. PAUL. Neb.. Oct. 31.-(8peclal)-
An enthusiasttic republican meeting was
held In Dannebrog Wednesday evening.
The meeting was attended by a large num
ber of voters, and were addressed on the
political Issues of the day from a repub
lican atandpolnt by Hon. Henry Nunn and
the local candidates. Good attention was
OsXif NATIONAL llVx
7 I VHon. CHA9. F. MAXDERSOX, .ElVWIX T. 8VOBl I
I I 1 President Secy, and Manager I
' ONE DOLLAR A MONTH
l ' Will guarantee to you an income from Ios of time '
. when you are disabled by either Accident or Illness. I
i' . Our new monthly payment Accident, Hlcknesa and Ac- I
ildental IVath Policy give the most protection for the I
'- smallest cot-t.
" PATRONIZE A HOME COMPANY
V Ve settle all claims promptly g
1' and satisfactorily. Xo delays g
V or red tape. g
NATIONAL FIDELITY &
;r 1 CASUALTY CO.
j nj ; Home Office, X
X. Merchants National w
V V Hank Ruildinir. A
1 xt 1111 w
he strongest fidel-
Sg, and casuality
.company of the
This company graats
lnsuraaoa as follows 1
IG CUT ON COAL
Hard coal, very best of Scranton. all sites, lit a ton.
All kinds of soft coal at cut prices.
All col carefully screened; city seals ticket free.
BDimum cut raca coax, oomtastt,
Tels-aeU, Bm4T. In. B-141S
rVRNISHICRS Or HOTKLS, CLVB1 AND RESTAURANTS AS Wf.LL AS PRIVATK HOMES
R6HHRD & WILHELM
INGRAIN ART SQUARES
Our heavy weight wools, made from the best quality of worsted
yarns. A splendid line of coloring to select from, all at a reduced
$6.16 Woo! Art Squares for $4.25
$7.25 Wool Art Squares for
$8.tu Wool Art Squares for S5.J)."
$9.86 Wool Art Squares for $0.73
$11.75 Wool Art Squares for $7.75
$13.25 Wool Art Squares for $10.50
$14.85 Wool Art 8quares for $10.05
..16.25 Wool Art Squares for $14.00
er i the
the money, $3.00 ach.
Bronze Electric Figures with two lights, 24 ins.
high, made in France. We import these direct
and are able to offer this light for.'. .$12.50
Bronze Electric Figures with three lights for
newel posts. Lamp is 29 inches high. This
Lamp is sold usually for higher prices. We
import them ourselves and can sell them at,
Brass Desk Lamps, adjustable to any angle,
with one light, also good for reading lamp
our own importation special, each. . . .$7.50
Pompeian finished Table Lamp, with 18-inch
leaded glass shade. Stands 22 inches high,
three lights each $25.00
Brass Jardiniere and Fern Dishes from $2.50
to $20.00 each, according to size
414-16-18 South Sixteenth Street.
REMNANTS OF LINOLEUM
These arc all standard grade goods, but in small pieces
ranging from five yards to twenty-five yards.
oOc Linoleum, six feet wide, for 29( square yard.
f."c Linoleum, six feet wide, for 39c square yard.
75c Linoleum, six feet wide, for 45( sqiare yard.
$1.35 Inlaid Linoleum, six feet wide, for 90c square yard.
TmA flvAAM T) A . . W 1 1 ! ! 1 f
1 a iu wiCTu fubticjjr, ,i hi uiuhti's huu rem
" I i 'i.'... t
Aiiif?, m piam HiiiMtc Miupus. cnoice as
sortment of shapes and sizes at, each, .
from 50c to $2.50
Kochi Ware in odd, artistic shapes in vases, both
ornamental and useful, with wicker cover, in
fancy design. Our own importation from Ja
pan. Prices from 50c to $2.00
English China, Chelsea, Crescent and Colport
Dinner Sets, choice designs. Jt will pay you
to look over this most artistic assortment.
Cut Glass A new department. We have just
secured what we believe the most artistic Jinc
of English Hock Crystal Chit Glass ever brought
to Omaha. This is newer and higher class
ware than the older cut glass. The prices are
from : . $1.95 to $15.00
LAMPS AND HIGH
Old Dutch blue and green EUnner Set. 100 pieces, imported by
set would sell at $26 Oft If bought from stock.
special while they last, 100-pltce set
The greatest assortment and best values in Furniture for the Bedroom ever assembled. We are more than pleased with the qualities,, also with the fact that
we are able to offer such attractive bargains. It will be a pleasant surprise to you to see such unusual values. Here are a few:
V&mOXIB DBIIIIX (like cuO.
high grade construction, best hand
polish finish, select quarterod gol
den oak. very large mirror 36x13
Inches; base Is double swell front;
123.50 value for S16.00
BASS BHDS .Still selling Bras
Beds at wonderfully low prices. An
all brass bed, full size, 1-inch post,
plain, rich design. $22.60 volue,
DBXBBrit (like cut). This pretty
pattern comes In genuine mahog
any veneered or quarter sawed gol
den oak, highly polished, beautiful
grained wood; has double swell,
front, pretty pattern mirror 28x22
Inches. Special la Golden Oak. $27
value for S19.B0
Special In Mahogany, $28 value
BBZ88EB. (like cut). This Is one
of those plain, rich designs; full
swell front, trimmed In wood knobs.
Two large and two small drawer;
very pretty grain wood used In Its
construction; comes In . quarter
sawed golden oak or Toona mahog
any. In golden Oak. $30 value. $23.60
In Toona Mahogany. $32 value. $20J0
CHXXrONIXR to match dresser In
Toona Mahogany, $2 value. $81.00
SKJBB8EK Mike cut), made of iinnd
siime quarter sawed golden ok,
hand polished, ha double serpen
tine front, very large French bevel
mirror; top Is 21 Inches deep bv I?
Inches long; $26.00 value for.. $19.00
CBTrrOirXEK to match Dreicor. US
value, for... $17.50
SBSSSSX (like cut.) Handsome
hand .polished,. In quarter sawed
golden oak, a large sized dresser,
t Inches long, 20. Inches deep; pat
tern French bevel mirror . Snx'.'4
Inches: $22.60 value $17.60
C irrOKISa to match. $20.00 value,
OSTKRM(XIl MATTHKSS We are western diot,ributers' for this hlgh
brade patent elastic felt mattre3S. Delivered anywhere in the U. S..
Have You Visited Our Stove and Kitchen Ware Department in the Basement?
paid and It Is candidly believed much good
BROKEN BOW, Neb., Oct. . (Special.)
Republicans have been having great meet
ings everywhere. On Tuesday night there
was not seating capacity and many stood
all the time and some were on the outside.
Last night at Mcintosh school house the
building was filled full, and It was a fine
H. W. George used a graphophone and
Tart records. Mr. J. A. Amsberry. candi
date for representative, and N. T. Gadd
spoke. Mr. George sang the song "Massa
Lincoln." Republicans are wakened up
and will get out to the polls.
Anton Dobish Is one of the Bohemian
republicans who has by hard work and
honesty and lnegrlty become rich. He
owns over three sections of fine land all
paid for, has a great number of cattle and
hogs, has money In the bank and his great
est success has been under republican
The republican meeting last night at Tuf
ford school house, southeastern Custet
county, was a great success. There was
not standing room. This has been con
sider a populist stronghold, but there were
eleven who declared they would let "well
H. W. Oeorge, with grahpophone and Taft
records, himself explaining In detail the
republican positions; J. A. Amsberry, can
didate tor representative, and N. T. Gadd,
candidate for county attorney, wcro the
speakers. Mr. Gadd pictured the condition
of the nation and state and his short talk
to the boys and young men brovight tears
to the eyes of all. The condition of the
state and nation was strong and truthful,
and the pessimistic views of the fuslonlsts
were ridiculed until r.hey were a laughing
'Young man venture Into your political
life with a party that sees beauty In and
under the glorious old flag, and don't have
to do with a party that hangs all Its hopes
on calamity and miser, that eternally has
the colic," were some of the closing words
of Mr. Gadd.
The meeting was a success and republi
can literature and pictures were In great
demand. Mr. Mortensen has been given
credit for good work for the party.
revolver from a chum. Hal Grim. The
boys were reprimanded for carrying con
cealed weapons and allowed to go. Tho
people are wondering who Is doing th
masquerading, and are wondering If he will
care to continue the work and tiko chinccs
at getting a dnso of cold lead.
BIG VKHDIC'T FOB GRKT A MAX
Secures Ten Thousand Dollars Dam
ages for False Arrest.
GRETNA. Neb.. Ovt. 3I.-(Special.)-Harry
Hughes of Chicago, son of John
Hughes of Gretna. Neb., has secured a
verdict of $10,0(0 agalmH J. O. Baton and
the Interstate Shirt and Collar company
of Troy, N. Y., for false arrest and being
charged with embezzlement. About De
cember 18, 1S06, Hughes was arrested In
Chicago on complaint of J. O. Eaton of
Troy. N. Y., treasurer of the Interstate
Shirt and Collar company, of larceny by
envbexilleinent of twio ipromissory notes
amounting to $3,000. Ho wis armilt.,i
January 2, JD07, because of no cause of
action and shortly after began suit by
which he recovered a verdict of $10,000.
MAY BE LYXCHISO AT OAKDALE
Young Girl Mistreated and Cltlsens
Are Greatly Aroused.
OAKDALE. Neb.. Oct. 31. (Sneclal Tel..
gram.) Alma Moore, the 7-vear-old dnna-h.
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Alva Moore, was mis
treated In a field near her parents' home,
ten miles from Oakdale, Wednesday, by an
unidentified man. Bloodhounds were
brought from Stanton and placed on the
case, directing suspicion to a man who is a
close friend of the family and neighbor. He
has disappeared and the cltlxens of this
locality are greatly enraged. Open threats
are made against him and In case he Is
touna it Is probable he wTll be roughly
SCARE GAME FAILS TO WORK
Tecvsasek Yoath Takes a Shot at M
TECUMSEH. Nub.. Oct. M.-tSpecioI.)
Nervously Inclined Jir.en and children
of Tecumsch have been terrorized of late
by a "woman In black," who la reputed to
have followed, or chased, them to their
homes. Last night Olden Beatty, son of
John Feitty. shot twice at what ho sup
posed to be the strange ceature, using a
revolver. Young Beatty says as soon as
he shot the "woman," who had been fol
lowing htm. dropped to the ground. He
says there Is t.o doubt but that the party
li a man masquerading In feminine attire
and acting atnxigely for the fun he can
get out of it- After the shooting the
character arose from the walk and ran
away, and young Beatty says he could see
men's clothing below the skirts, that were
held up to allow the fellow to run. Sheriff
Miner went out and got young Beatty
after the shooting, the story becoming cur
rent that woman had been murdertd.
and Beatty told the officer he got his
Good I'roipect la. Bart.
TEKAMAH, Neb., Oct. 31. (Special.)
The Burt county republican central com
mittee met here this afternoon with all the
twenty-two voting precincts represented ex
cept five or six. The object of the meeting
was to perfect organization to see that the
vote is gotten out next Tuesday. The pros
pects for the success of the republican
ticket were never better; Burt county will
give Taft and Sheldon at least 700 majority.
limited disarmament of the leading powers
would promote the civilization of the
PONCA The Christian Endcavorers and
Kpworth leaguers celebrated the time
honored custom of Hallowe'en last night.
BEATRICE E. Birmingham, candidate
for congress from this district on the prohi
bition tliket, will address a meeting In this
city Morulay evening.
HEATRICE Jacob Hank of Omaha will
r.ririreaa the members rf the Pfrsonnl
Rights league here or November 1 at 3
o'clock at the German hall.
BEATRICE Theodore Khaie.s. indict'!
by the federal Jury at Oma'ia for operat
ing a get-rlch-qulck concern, formerly lived
in this city, where he conducted a mag
netic healing institute.
BEATRICE At a meeting of the Beatrice
Woman's club Friday an Improvement civic
seclety was organized by the election of
Mrs. L. W. tudley president and Mrs.
Walter Bprlnger secretary.
BEATklCE Basket ball has opened for
the seuxon at the Yoi;ng Men's Christian
association building. A game plaved last
evening between the teams of - Howard
Hauser nnd Sam Freshman was won by
the former, 62 to 54.
BEATRICE Word has been received
here of the death of Darlel Howell, a
former Beatrice resident, which occurred
at the home of his daughter at Ntffln, la.
He was 74 years old.
BEATRICE Fire Inst night slightly dam
aged the dwelling house of Otto Iang!ev.
An Incipient blaze started In the P.ddick
house bllliurd room, but was extinguished
before any damage resulted. . .
PLATTSMOUTH-W. H. Thomas, a nur
sery man from Council Bluffs, was pounded
and kicked seriously by Charles Hlckson.
Hicksnn was arrested in South Omaha and
brought to this city by Sheriff Qulnton.
NEBRASKA CITY-Rev. J. W. Merrill,
laat evening united In marriage at the
home of the bride's aunt. Miss Dalsey
Wolfenberger and ePter J. Armstrong.
The couple are very popular young people,
the groom being a Burlington conductor.
NEBRASKA CITY-Rev. P. T. O'Reilly,
pastor of the St. Man's Catholic church
has resigned to accept the position as sec
retary of the archbishop at Chicago and
leaves for that place Monday. Father Ber
nard of western Nebraska comes here to
take his place.
VALLEY The Women's Christian Tem
perance union gave a farewell reception to
Rev. and Mrs. Zimmerman at the home of
Mrs. George Fouts Wednesday evening.
About forty guests were present. They
were presented with a hand-painted plate
as a token of respect.
BEATRICE Two Austrlans employed on
tho Rock Island section at Ellis were held
up the other night and lobbed of $50 by
two of their countrymen, who escaped. The
robbers entered a bunk car occupied by the
lahorcs ar.d while one of them bent them
with the butt of a revolver the other rifled
their clothing. The officers have as yet
failed to locate the guilty parties.
PLATTSMOTTH The car containing the
household goods of Mr. Balrd. the Burling
ton storekeeper here, was broken into and
robbde of two coats, two vests, two pair of
trousers and an overcoat. Policeman Ren
nle arrested four tramps near the Burling
ton bridge with the goods In their posses
sion. PONCA-Kingsbury & Cady, dealers In
real estate, sold the farm of George Doty
for $114 per acre and the Mendenhull farm
for $13,0u0 to an Iowa speculator. Mr. Doty's
farm Ilea one-half mile from Ponca and is
an Ideal small farm. The Mendenhall farm
Is nearly five miles from Ponca and brought
$81.25 per acre.
NEBRASKA C1TY-A large sum of
money has been raised for the big auto
mobile parade and celebration to be held
In this city on next Wednesday afternoon
and evening. This was to have been part
of the stocy show program which was de
ferred by leason of the storm which pre
vailed at that time. Some fifty vehicles
have entered for the prizes which are of
fered. VALLEY At a meeting of the Douglas
County Telephone company Mons Johnmm
was chosen general manager, to fill tho
unexpired term of Arthur Dodson, who dis
posed of his stock for the McAllister farm,
end L. P. Byars was elected treasurer, to
fill the place of Mons Johnson. The office
will give all night' service election night
for the aceommodatlon of its patrons.
PONCA-Miss " Marian Halstead arrived
home last night from Rochester, Minn.,
where she has been In a hospital since July
I 23. When she. left for the hospital no on
expected to see her again alive, but today
she is well and as active as ever. Her
father is president of the Dixon County
bank In Ponca and recently lost his Imuai
by fire. In which all Marian's ossesslon
VALLEY A new" traveling library, con
sisting, of forty books of reference, late
fiction and Juvenile books, has been re
ceived and Is ail .ready for circulation at
the home of the librarian, Mrs. BvtU. . Be-'
sides these books there are over tO volume
Deionging 10 me permanent uurnry. which
is supported and managed' by the Valley
Woman's club. . Any person iwho receives
his mall at Maley la entitled to .free -access
to this library.
NEBRASKA CITY-Mrs. ' Ella Wheelock
has begun suit In the county court against
her sister, Mrs. Addle Bennett, for $1)0U0,
which she claims la due her for caring for
and clothing her children for the past four
years. These are the two worrten who wer
arrested the forepart of the week and
charged with taking $114 from Mrs. Sey
mour, landlady of the Cincinnati house,
while there as guests, but were acquitted,
there being nothing but circumstantial evi
dence against them.
THE NEW STORE
Nebraska News Kores.
BEATRICE Work on the foundation ct
the new factory of the Beatrice iron works
was started yesterday. .
VALLEY Magnus Ekberg. who is over 60
years old. has come from Sm-eden to make
his home with his son, A. Ekberg of Fowler.
SEWARD-Wllllam Backus died at his
home southwest of I'tlca on Friday after
noon. He came to Nebraska In is;.
SEWARD (.Tint and Clyde Neff of the
Seward base ball team have aigned the
coming year to play with the Rockford.
111., league team.
NEBR.V8KA CITY-Judge M.' C. Joyce,
baa sold his hardware store, at Syracuse,
to L. S. Falters and George Seymour and
will go west for his health, which has
been falling of late.
TEKAMAH The Tekamah Woman's club
entertained the Women's club of Oakland
and Lyons here today at the home of Mrs.
E. C. Houston. A banquet was served at
- o'cioca. covers being laid for fifty.
BEATRICE The Lincoln and Beatrice
high schools wi!l hold a debate In thla city
soon, the date having net yet been fixed.
The subject selected Is. "Resolved, that a
THE HOME OF QUALITY CLOTHES
Great Hat Store
If our great hat section was enclosed by four walla and
entirely separated from the rest of our store, we could
safely allude to it as the middle west's greatest hat
HALF-MINUTE STORE TALK
Putting an absolute guarantee on
our clothes Isn't such a risky un
dertaking as some folks Imagine.
We know exactly , what kind of
merchandise we handle and are so
pertain of. our goods we some
times feel like guaranteeing t'.at
every wearer of our clotho tills
season ; will be a. wearer' of our
clothes next season.
Superior quality bere for 13 Not a popular shape
mlaslug we've everything from conservative black der-
bies to the most extreme shapes and colors demanded by young
fellows every style shown by other stores and some they don't
show for Instance
IMPORTED ENGLISH FKLTS In pearls, smoke, olive
and bottle green, for
NEW GREEN HAT 'With the new button hole stitch
edge, for ;
K YAPP-FELT DE LUKE $Q
A genu for J. B. Stetson "Exclusive" $5 black or brown derbies
MANY OTHER HATS AT $3.50, 12.00, $1.50 and fl.00
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