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THE REE: OVAITA. T7KDNERDAT. JUNK 2. 1911.
SI H II I II U eH H H X
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l.no Men's Balbrijr
pan Union fnit?,
35c Men's Porosknil
Drawers, at... 15c
$2.00 values, many
. a 89c
$1.00 Men's Night
Gowns, with and
without collars 39f
$1.N) values Comb'
nation Suit, neatly
trimmed, at . .15(
$1.."V lilies' Comb
nation Suit, trim
of seasonable ready-to-wear general merchandise was sold to us by the Sheriff. This firm was in business in Cincinnati, Ohio, and like a pood many mer
chants, overbought, and when liquidation time came they could not settle with their creditors. The Sheriff was ordered by the creditors to tak possession
and sell to the highest bidder. We being the highest bidders, the entire stock was sold to us at less than 50 cents on the dollar. This will be the greatest
celebration for the people of Omaha . and surrounding country for the 4th- We place this immense stock on sale at unheard of prices.
med in laoe, at 7'C
$2.00 ladies' ComM- YCsf
nation Suits, hand ))
made, embroidrey A.
trimmed, at . .98f &
Thursday June 2,-' all: 9elocEi An RSI,
a. - vc T-
!p) Mvu a 1 an-
$2 Men's Strav
$1 Men's Straw
$4.00 and $5.00 Regent Shoes, tan or gun metal, lace or but
ton, at 274
$3.50 nnd $4.00 Men's Oxfords, in gun metal, box calf, patent
- m w w.
leather, tan, ox blood ana cnoco
late colors, lace or button, all to be
sold at, your choice $1.98
$2.50 and "$3.00 Men's Oxfords, all
kinds of leathers, button, strap or
lace, your choice... $1.24
$5.00 and $7.50 Trousers, consisting of blue serges,
high grade fancy mixtures; peg top, belt straps,
side buckles and 4-inch cuffs. The greatest value
ever offered by an Omaha merchant. Made by the
noted "Klassy Klothes Company" of New York
City. All going at, your choice $2.98
3.00 and 4.00 Trousers, made In conservative styles, consist
ing -of fancy mixtures and blue serges, also casslmeres and
broadrlotb, all to go at, your choice 31. T4
12. .Trousers, made from hard finished worsteds, all 1911
models. Including Khakis, on sale at the low price of -89
This Store always has and always will hare the reputation for its Legitimate Sales and this is
just another one of the many opportunities that we are able to give to our many friends. Merchan
dise will be sold at never-to-be-forgotten prices. Come early, tell your friends and be prepared to
carry away loads of goods.
Remember also that we are located at Southeast Corner of 12th and F amain Streets.
ZZT LOOK FOR THE LARGE FAIR SIGN.
10c Men's Black Hose, at . -2
15c Men's Black, Tan and
Fancy Hose, pair 7
25c Men's Lisle Hose ..12
60c Men's Mercerised Hose, at,
per pair 19s
35c Men's Leather Belts 15
15e Men's White and Fancy
bordered Handkerchiefs. .5.4
?Sc Men's Bilk Handker'fs 25
$5 Men's Silk Shirts, coat style.
collars attached 91.43
11.50 Men's Mohair Shins 74
76c Men's Drees Shirt. Collars
75c Men's Work Shirts . .3I4
35c Men's Work Shirts ..10
25c Men's Rubber Collars 10
15c Men's Garters 5
15c Men's Four-in-Hand Wash
Ties, for 5
25c Men's Silk Bow Ties. 10
35c Silk Tee Ties 12 H
TRUNKS AND SUIT CASES, ETC.
Never before have such remarkable low prices
beep offered the public -n Suit Cases and Trunk
$1.50 cloth covered, steel frame Suit Cases 89
13.(0 Konoma and Caratol, la black and dark
brown finish Suit Cases 81.39
$2.60 Rattan Suit Cases $1.39
$5.00 All Leather Suit Cases $3.24
$7.60 All Leather Suit Cases, shirt fold, heavy
leather lining, straps all around, 24 or 2
Inches long, your choice $4.48
$10.00 and $12.50 Cow Hide Leather Suit Cases,
ballast styles, 2-lnch straps all around, on sale,
Steel Lined and Covered Trunks strap all arnunt.
regular Belling- price 14.00. Bankrupt Sale Price,
B00 Ladles' Seasonable Hata,
trimmed and untrlmmed. val
ues ranging; from $t to $5 will
be sold In two lots:
All Hats, values from $1.25 to
$2.00. your choice. Bankrupt
Sale Price 50
All Hsu, values from $2.50 to
$5.00, your choice. Bankrupt
Sale Price 98
Pumps and Oxfords, values up to
11.00, tn the latest sty lea, Bank
rupt Pals Price gl.4
Remember This Sale Begins Thursday, June 29th, at 9 A. M.
75c Ladies' Waists. In white Lawn, batiste
waists: open front and back, sites 34 to 44.
your choice 10
$1 snd 11.15 Colored Wststs. msde up in all
styles, take your choice at..... 39
$1.50 Dutch Neck, Handkerchief Sleeve Waists
$2.00 Jap Silk Fsncy Waists 89
0 Voile snd Lingerie Marquisette Waists. 08
0 snd $5.00 All Silk Net Wsists $2.34
LADIES' UNDERWEAR, ETC.
0c Vs!ue. La.lies- Vnlon Suite
ilf Vxlue. L-1iea' Mu'tn lraers embroloery trimming
11 0 r.ri 11 Kfl Ladies' Slip-over Chemise and trow aa. aUl neatly trimmed.
or biah neck, your choice
75c Ladles' Blatk Petticoats.
II 00 Lai;ei' Wlilte Muslin Fancy Trimmed Petticoats... 4e
11 00 Lades Silk Fettir-oats gl.SS
12 0 La1tes' White Petticoats, trimmed In either lacs or em
broidery, jour chole S5e
JSc Lad'es" Klbbed Vests, white, blue or pink color Ss
ISc Ladles' Dreestng Sarques Oe
11 50 Persian Effect Kimonos T4e
IU 00 and l 00 Stlk Kimonos. bw Vercblef sleeves SS.TS
LADIES' DRESSES, SKIRTS AND COATS
ITT Wash Dresses, lingerie linen. French s'nhams and dimity
materials, Iutrh or hiirh nerk. long or short sleeves, srhlts
and fancy patterns, for Ladles und Mlxsw. values ranje
from 1100 to 110 00, on aale. Barkrut't Prices
at SSo. tl.SS, Sl.SS and SS.4S
( .'iJi "cZZ 5 La51e Linen Wash gklrts, blue.
" " V " ' tan and white colors, all so at Bank-
r Zy. &C34 0i tn(l 00 Ladles Linen Coats
r , iV your choice gl.SS
i"Xtrrtl 0 Values, i-adles Silk. Satin and
voue iresses. bankrupt Bale pr'rs
IFc Isdies' Tan or Black Hose Sa
lie Children's Tan or Black Hftse ...5s
ISc Ladies' Black, Tan or Fancy Colored
Hose It Wo
0c Ladles' Lisle Hose, all colors .... S5e
75c Ladles' Mercerlrei Lace Hn".
doubls toe and hel SSa
$1.0 Ladles' Silk Hose, your choice of
many colors SSe
. . .
'T ; . MEN'S 611T9.
$20.00 and $25.00 Men's Suits, guar
ranteed pure wool. Mohair and ailk
serge lining, all 1911 models, con
sisting' of blue serges, fancy mix
tures, worsteds and casslmeres. 600
salts fa this lot, choice, at $3.98
110 0 and 111 It Men's Suits. 71 per
. cent wool, Hirht and dark miTtures,
also pin check stripes, all this season's
make. There are J Mi suits in this lot.
Take your choice for SS.S8
Don't Worry, Watch Us Grow!
Hat Pins, $1.00
values . . - 2o(
Ul l"-iui -J Children's and 21868'
jrfr -ytf 7 P Duck Oxfords, $1.25
rsvmm -1 1
x I ,ss?z BgTZ 1 nrsii n
f II . cent wool, llpht and dark miTtures, I I g-J-, ;.'' VrfJ 1 It Li ' - . , .mmt ' . Hi
i yt Tyourc.o,c. for---::.::."- i Yf fes rim fVg&
B $m n I vuy r jji u i
G YTtl lues up to $1.25. I t jl II J M J
H V f Ij-sl ' Bankrupt Sale price, i f I I I wi-s .. . r ., , , .. v
V 1 1 .
$15.00, $20.00 and $25.00 Lades' Suits,
made in pure wool, bine and fancy
serges, Scotch worsteds and broad
cloths. Sizes range from 36 to 48.
All will be sold at this Bankrupt
Sale, your choice $7.98
GIRLS' DRESSES, HATS,
25c Children's White Dresses, sres
2 to 5, will go at Bankrupt Sale
50c and ?ac Children's Colored
Wash Dresses, ages 2 to , will
go at Bankrupt Sale Price, 25
$1.00 and $1.50 Children's Colored
Wssh Dresses, ages 7 to 16, go at
Bankrupt Sale, your choice, 50i
Children's Sandals, all sises, jour
10c and 75c Children's Straw Hats,
neatly trimmed, will be aold at the
unheard of low price 1M
I DEPOSITS FIYE MILLION LESS
Secretary Re fee Makti He port on
Condition of State Banks.
$3,000,000 DEO? EI FOUR JI03THS
Five Half ltUUa DUm ef
rwklle TmMm Isiels14 im Mmmrr
la Bsalis srats t Sttt
Earlr la Jaly.
- . tFrom a Ftaff Correspondent)
LINCOLN. Xeb Juris 27. Spedal Tels-
rrara.) X report of ths 4 banks doin-
b'jalitess In the state, mads today byec
relaxy Hoys of the bauklns boa.- d, shows
that tha deposits were about sS.tiOO.000 lower
tlian ono .fur ao. when thay totals 1
;.M. 166.30, and about P.0uo,00 leas lhaa
In Iibruaiy, whan they amounted to
slightly over riMO.OOS. Ths Jus 1. :,
report tnclnded reports from Ct3 banks.
ocly four nor than are listed la tha eur
reat year's report.
Pubne funds which are Included la de
posits amount to nearly ts.OMaa. The re
port green out ty Secretary Roysa la as
'. - RESOCBTES.
laiis and 4iseuunts .852 MK.O" CR
Overdiafts 4Jal 14
Uonde. securities, judcmenLs,
claims, etc C7.9
ltM from banks I7.fcii.i4.'
tonkins aouse, furniture and
Other real eatata.
Current expeosea and taxes
ctJier et. ,-
CapitaJ stork tU.MMOW
furplus fund t :'.'
I'nutvlded proftts I.A41.7
Iitvldenda unpaid 17.05.
No.es and bUla redlscousted Mali J
UlUs parable.. loi
Total M. Sso.08j.il
' Kajrasssseaa l alaa.
Under Hrectkn of B. McNeill, said to
be a national oralsr fur u eapresa
mes'i union, several drivers and clerks sm
ployett by the four expreas'cumpaoWa of
thia city formed a union here ten da
aso. Yesterday tare of the men were
discharged, two from the Amexicaa Ex
prasa company and one from ths Adams
Ateata for the express companies say
that the men were discharged for ether
reasons, but this the men do not believe,
declaring that the officials hare have ad
nutted that any attempts toward the for
mation of a union would be met with
Stale? I'nder Arreet.
The affirmaaon of the district court's
decision tn the Sudsy bigamy case by the
state supremo court, given out to the area
yesterdar before tho offkora of the lower
court .wre notified, today electrified
6nentt Huagiaad into action and before be
had tii,iaced the reaJlcg of hla morning
paper he bad a deputy oa the way to
liavetotUU. where the man worka aa a
I alater at the present time.
Staler, aas arreated about taw years ago
bt the charge of bigamy, having married
a fust cwusM tn lorn a. Later he deserted
her and married a Nebraska woman. He
was convicted at the first trial, but the
matter was sent back for a retrial by the
supreme court, the same verdict being re
turned at the last hearing.
Settling; Bfctnee's Estate.
John Young of Denver, a brother-in-law
of the late Bishop Bonacum. is in the
city looking after the final settlement of
the letter's personal estate A hearing of
claims against the estate will be field in
county court next Monday.
The official erojrram of the San Fran
cisco meeting of the National Educational
association. July to 11 has been received
at the state superintend cut's office and
contains the names of the following Ne-
braskans: Inspector A. A. Reed, director
for Nebraska: Chancellor Samuel Avery,
on the general program for an addreas.
"Can We Shorten the Terms of Tears
Wltnout Decreasing the Efficiency of
Education in American Schools r Superln
tendent W. M. Davidson, as trice president
of the National Council of Education, will
discuss the "Improvement ef Teachers in
the Service. " Superintendent Crabtree is
on the program of the National Council of
Education to discuss the report ef the
committee on moral education. Prof. O.
W. A. Liuckey will talk oa "Secondary
Schools and Collearea." He Is also on the
program of special education for the fol
lowing address. "Can We Eliminate the
School Laggard r
Assesasaeate Per vase.
The continued decrease in the assessed
valuation of counties reported to the State
Board of Equalisation la evldenoe that the
total assessed valuation ef all property m
tha state will be leas this rear than It was
last year. Tha larger as well as ths
smaller counties generally show a decrease.
Logan county has reported aa aseeased
valuation of SXa.M7. Last veer It reported
P21.0I. McPhereon eountr has reported
fc.42.lS. Last year It reported S3U.U4,
Ceergs Will Staan rat.
State Treasurer tieorgs does not believe
that the clause In the amended guaranty
of deposit law which says banks operating
under the guaranty law shall not be re
quired to give bonds for public funds la
sufficient to repeal tha entire law ragu
latiag the deposit of public funds In state,
city or county depository banka. He says
he will go oa the theory that the deposi
tory act Is still In force until advised other
wise by tha attorney general. He had
1.00 In depository banks the first of
June, and has refused to release any of
the depository bonds given tor the security
of the state funds to deposited. The guar
anty law does not specifically repeal the
depository law and the state treasurer wll:
observe the latter law for the present. As
no state banks will be actually under the
guarantee feature of the law until late In
July the question may be discussed snd
determined before banks are really operat
ing under the guarantee feature.
Ren-eats Meet la Jaly.
July 1 has been set aa the date for the
next meeting of the State University Board
of Regents. At this time the regents
will again discuss what is to be done with
the 1170.000 appropriation of the last legisla
ture for permanent Improvement at tha
city and state farm campuses.
Under the provisions of the appropria
tion the money Is to be equally divided be
tween the city and farm sites. The 185,000
for the city campus Is to be spent tn erect
ing a building which. In case of further
extension of the city campus, may conform
to the plan for a larger downtown uni
versity or. If removal to the farm la
authorised two years hence, may be suita
ble for use by some other department of
This provision makes the decision of ths
regents a difficult one. The limitations
Imposed are Increased by a natural differ
ence of opinion on the part of Individual
At the Jury meeting it Is expected that
a successor to Dekn C. R. Richards wilt
be chosen. Dean Richards' resignation as
bead ef the engineering college being ef
fective September L The new faculty
member will be from outside the state
Bnewln Caltlvate Cava.
"Farmers can Increase the yield of corn
ten bushels to ths acre," said Secretary I
Melior of the State Board of Agriculture,
"if they will continue to cultivate their
corn every week from now on. They have
the cleanest fields now that I ever saw In
Nebraska, but they will make a mistake
if they cease cultivating. By much culti
vation from now on and the constant star
ring and pulverising ef the ground the
farmers will be able to make up what they
may lose on a short crop ef small grain.
I hope farmers who grow corn will try
this experiment this year. J am confident
they will never regret It"
lasreait tawrt Oplaleas.
The following opinions were filed in ths
Struble against village of Dewttt. Af
firmed. Sedgwick, J.
Uilliland against Oty of Omaha. Re
versed and remanded. Let ton. J.. Sedg
wick. J . not sitting.
Usurer againat Keif Schneider. Judgment
of district court modified; cause remanded
for further proceedings Letton, J-. Sedg
wick, J., not sitting.
Karse agslnst Kamer. Judgment of d!-
Detailed Census of Nebraska Counties.
The director ef the census has announced ths population of
according to Its minor dvtl divisions, aa follows:
MERRJCK eOCNTT 10,r
Central townehlp. jga
Chapman township Including Chapman village 74
Chapman villas 4
Clarkavilie towaamp, including Clarke vt.lage l.v
Caika village 4a
Lone Tree township, including Central City l.si
Central City ,
Ward 1. n
W ard :
Loup toanchip. including Palmer village 1,H
Mead township ht
Mia. and township , 4
Fraine Creek township.... t4j
Prairie Island township t
gilrrr frees toantnip.: including Stiver Creek village 77t
Siwer t"rk vtllaae
Vleregg township 4;
trtct court affirmed tn all respects save
with respect to taxation of costs; each
party to pay bis own easts In both courts.
Fltxgereld against Teung. Affirmed.
Sampson against The Ladies of the
Maccabees of the World. Affirmed.
Reese, C. J.. Root. J., not sitting.
Sunderland Eroa. Co. against Chicago,
Burlington A Qulncy Railway company.
Affirmed St costs of appellee if plaintiff
file remittitur for S32X.30 within forty days;
if such remittitur is not filed, cause re
versed snd remanded. Barnea, J., Sedg
wick. J., not sitting.
Heink against Lewis. Reversed and re
manded. Faweett, J.
Bltd against Chicago A Northwestern
Railway company. Reversed and re
manded. Root, J.
Everson against Hum. Affirmed. Fsww
Russell against Haines. Affirmed.
Reese. C. J.
8 tors Brewing company ajraln.t Hansen.
Judgment of district court modified. Let
ton. J, Root and Faweett. J. J- concur
Alnlay against State. Affirmed. Faw
State ex rel. Morten son against Fwea.
Demurrer sustained. Reese. C J., Sedg
wick. J., not sitting.
Griffin sgainst Bailey. Affirmed. Sedg
wick. J. .
StaJev against State. Affirmed. Rose.
J.. rXIgwIck. J, not sitting.
Following are rulings on motions for re
hearing: Zweibel against Fcheatedt. Overruled.
Lamoreau A Peterson against PheJan,
Shirley ft Callahan. Overruled.
Aetna Indemnity company against Ma
lone. Overruled. '
Woodward against Woodward. Over
ruled. Larson against Chicago Northwestern
Railway oompanv. Overruled.
Miller sgainst Hanna. Ovemiled.
Gotf againat etate. overrules-
NEWS NOTES FROM BEATRICE
Prtanwera Msaeva Three Ire a Bars
frees Skyllt-nt af Cwwaty
BEATRICE. Neb.. June r.-Special.
When Sheriff Schlek entered the county
Jail yesterday to call the roll and feed the
prisoners be discovered that two iron bars
had been removed from tha skylight ever
the corridor by the five prisoners who had
planned to make their escape. The officer
, threatened to put all tha prisoners In soli
tary confinement unless ths bars were re
turned snd It wss not long before the bars
were brought out of hiding and turned ever
to the officer
Spencer Horn of this city was yesterday
found guilty In ths county court of de
serting bis young wife snd Was given
ninety days la the county jail.
Word was received here yesterdsy from
Kansas City, announcing the death of
Charles Walker of Odell. which occurred
st the home ef his daughter, whom be was
visiting. Mr. Walker was manager of the
Walker Lumber company of Odell and was
1 43 years of sge.
"Ruck" Buchanan, a young man well
known la police circles tn this section of
the state, wss sentenced to ninety days In
the county Jail yesterday by Judge Crawford
at W) more for stealing some merchandise
from the hardware store of D. A. Lasher
A Son at Wymore.
FOUR MEN ARE BOUND OYER
Preliminary Hearing in Seller,
Murder Case at Valentine.
CSDCE WAS CAREFULLY PLASHED
Warning Given ef the Fsrsese, bat
Did Wt Prevent PWar Baaek.
seen froan Ihiitlss Other
Lew R. Harat Iajared.
GRAN DISLAND, Neb.. June 7.-4Spe-ctal)
Lee R. Hurst, residing with his fam
ily st Ml East Ninth street, a brakeman
for the Union Paific, was this morning
thrown from a bccar to the track below,
with tha result that the left leg was cut
off. his collar bone broken snd his head
severely bruised. He was takes to St.
Francis' hospital. Hopes for recovery are
Ths Key to the Situation Bee Want Ads.
VALENTINE. Neb., June T7. 4 Special.
The preliminary hearing In the case of the
State sgainst Harry Heath, Kenneth Mur
phy and Alma and O orgs Reed, charged
with the murder of Charles Sellers on the
ranch of Hutch Jack, was held In the court
bouse todsy snd they were bound over
without ball for the destiict court. j
From the evidence It was learned that I
Charles Sellers and Harry Heath were both
Infatuated with Miss Eunice Murphy, a
sister of one of the prisoners. Some few
years ago they had fought over ths girl and
bad feelings had existed since that time.
On Friday night. June 11 a dance was
held at the T. O. Grove and Sellers had
been quite attentive to Miss Murphy. Early
on the same evening she bad been seen
talklrg ; with Sellers at the mail box In
front of the Jack ranch where Sellers was
stopping. Apparently they were on very
friendly terms, snd sbs showed bo signs
of being afraid of him.
After the dance Heath and Murphy de-
elded to put a step to Sellers' courting
and on Saturday night rode over to the
Jack ranch. Their nerve apparently failed.
for they did net enter the ranch house,
but en Sunday sought friends to assist them
In carrying out their Intentions. The Weed
brothers were the first ones approached
and they consented.
Fear Meet at Haaeh.
On Sunday night the four prisoners met
at the Glll&aple ranch and left there at
o'clock for the Jack ranch. Early ea Sun
day night when their plan was settled.
Miss Weed, a sister of the two brothers In
Jail, rode to the Diamond Bar ranch and
told Jesse West, the foreman, of the pro
posed crime and srked him to interfere
at once. West rode over to the Jack
reach, arriving there about I o'clock, and
remained on the outside watching for devel
opments, but when he saw Sellers retire
about t o'clock he returned to hla ranch
snd told Miss Weed that everything was
Shortly after t e'eloek the Weed brothers
snd Murphy cut the telephone wires and
released ell of Jack a horses while Heath
went inside and talked with Jack. After
a few minutes the trio entered snd while
Heath covered Jack with a gun they .went
to Sellers bed and bound his hands and
led him .to the main room where Heath
placed the noose of his lariat around his
neck. They then told Jack to remain In
doors If he knew what was beet for him,
sad led Sellers from the house. Jack
thought they intended to frighten Sellers
so that he would leave the country and
looked upon the matter aa a Joke,
llrsss l te Pale.
The four men then led Sellers to s
telephone pole and strung Mm up where he
was left to strangle to death.
When Jack got up early ths next morn
ing he saw Sellers hanging to the pole,
bet wss then so frightened that be did
not dare to cut him down, but catching a
saddle horse rode to the ranch of George
Clisbte. where he telephone the facts ef
the murder to Cedy, Ken., and the marshal
of that town notified the sheriff snd
coroner at Valentine.
These two officials left for the scene of
the crime In an automobile early on Mon
day morning, arriving at the Jack ranch
at U o'clock, where they found the body of
Sellers still hanging to the pole snd some
twenty ranchers gathered sround.
Ths body was Immediately cut down by
the coroner and a Jury Impaneled from the
ranchers gathered. The Jury met in the
Jack ranch at once and rendered a verdict
Fear Men Ride lata Cody.
In the meantime the four prisoners re
turned to their own ranches, had break
fast, talked freely wtth every one they
met, telling them of the crime and then
rode into Cody to give hemselves up to
the authorities. They walked the streets
of Cody until t o'clock In the afternoon,
when the sheriff arrived and placed them
under arrest. To everybody with whom
they talked during the day they laughed
about the farrair, stating that Sellers had
received his Just dues because he had
threatened Heath. Miss Murphy and her
brother. This Is th eonly excuse offered so
far for the crime.
When ths body of Sellers was brought
into Cody for burial on Monday night, the
people of the surrounding country were
Just beginning to realize the enormity of
the crime snd threats were heard on all
sides against the four prisoners. The sher
iff, hearing these rumors, put the prisoners
in his automobile and took them to Nen
sel to await the night train for thia place.
Men LUkt Ileavtea.
Since their confinement In the county
Jail they have appeared light hearted and
happy and so far thefrtme has had little
effect on their nerves. The sged father
of the Weed beys has arrived from Mis
souri snd retained Walcott A Morrisey as
attorneys fo rtbe four prisoners.
Daaleleew Is Pe pa lave at Hawse.
BLOOM FIELD, Neb.. June 27 (Special.)
The republicans of this country ars most
highly pleased over the appointment of O.
A. Danlelson to tha position of deputy state
treasurer. Mr. Danlelson served two terms
as county treasurer of this county (Knox)
and made an excellent record tn that of
fice. Flnce retiring from the treasurer's
office two years ago he has been engaged,
in the real estate business st Center. There
a as strong talk among the republicans of
nominating Mr. Danlelson sgain for county
treasurer this fall if he hadn't received this
appointment from State Treasurer George.
Schawl Meetlaar la Deshler.
DESH1.F.R. Neb.. June 17. (npeclaLV
At the annual school meeting this after
noon E. J. Mitchell wss elected treasurer
and Henry Sutler, moderator. There was
tl.14S.07 in the treasury and SS.00O was voted '
for tha ensuing year. The hoard wss In
structed to put In the eleventh grade If
In Our Woncn's Ready-to-Wear' Department
Second Floor New Store
Suit, Cloak or
Skirt in Our
OUE DAY OriLY at
No Matter Whether the Former Selling Prices Wu
$25, $35, $40, $50, $60, $75 or Up.
Every Woman's Garment Included. Nothing Reserved.
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