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TIIE BF.K: OMAHA. THURSDAY. JANTARY 11. Wll'.
BERGE WORRIES DEMOCRATS
Will Not Say What His Intentions
Are as to Candidacy.
THOUGHT AFTXK GOVERKOBSHIP
lacola Maw Will 't Say Wkat
Nil Paaltloa U n Leaalws Qe
Umnm aaa Mmplr Hn Hla
Ear (a tke Craaaa.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Jan. K.-iSpec!al.-Tbe po-
sitlon of George W. Berg, la JuM no j
worrying the democrats and the afore
said Mr. Berge is letting them worry
while he preserves silence as to his in
tentions. He is generally credited with
a purpose of entering the race for the
democratic nomination for governor but
h has not filed his papers and is simply
keeping his car close to the ground.
All he will say Is that he Is "not cut"
of the race but declines to say that he
!s "In." If he decides to get In the
wiseacres differ as to the result. Some
th:nk he will win. Others are confident
lie cannot land the nomination but this
class are widely at variance on the ef
fect his candidacy will have on the
other aspirants. On the question of wet
or dry. which has disrupted the demo
cracy Ir. Berge has been as communl
ratva as the Egyptian sphynx, and is
claimed by both. For this reason the
forecasters differ on which of the pre
sent entrants will suffer most if Berge
II. M. Detrlck of York lias been named
on the Fourth district committee of the
Tift club in p'ace of WtlHam Husenel
ter. who could not find time to devote
to the duties.
Joseph Pearson of Morefleld writes
from a hospital in Seward where he U
at present, aakjnc for blanks on which
to file as tfcs democratic candidate for
representative from the oGsuer-Franklln
FARM HOUSE NEAR
EXETER DESTROYED BY FIRE
EXETER. Neb., Jan. W.-(8pccial.)-A
house on a farm owned by W. H. Wallace
and occupied by A. F. Ingels was burned
Tuesday night. A lamp was accidentally
knocked from a sewing machine, broken
and saturated the carpet with kerosene.
The flames spread so rapidly that It was
with difficulty that Mr. Ingels succeeded
In rescuing two of his children, who were
in a small bedroo?n. lie finally got to
them by breaking through a window from
the outside. Both are badly burned about
the face and hands. There was no time
to save a thing, and all they had left was
the clothing they had on. The household
goods were insured for $133. The people of
Kxeter, who esteem Mr. Ingels and his
motherless family highly, made up a purse
c.f tm and presented to him.
MERNA MAN IS FOUND
DEAD IN GRAND ISLAND
GRAND ISLAND. Neb., Jan. lO.-tSpe-cll)-E.
M. Copemberger, who. It has
since been ascertained, recently came to
this city from Merna. was found dead In
a chair In a room over a Greek restau
rant yesterday afternoon, and investiga
tion by physicians led to tha statement
that death was due to acute alcoholism.
Copemberger had been in the city for
me days, had stated that he was a
sufferer of the grippe and had been in
dulging heavily in spirits. He Is said to
Have formerly lived at Kenney. 111., to
have been divorced and to have two ch -dren
In the Illinois town. The body will
be taken thither, accompanied by lodge
members from Merna.
Br.. rice Pays for Water riant.
UEATIUCB. Neb.. Jan. lO.-HSpccul
Telegram.)-At a meeting of the city
council last evening, the Matthews ton
struction company of Kansas City, pro
duced the necessary bills and Invoice of
the stock used in the work on the new
w.ter works plant as requested by the
council last week and the claim of I7JW0
ws allowed. The city decided to pur
chase meters to be used by water con
uiners when the new plant is put Into
operation, which will be In a few months.
YOl- CAN NOW KKPMCK A POOR
STOMACH WITH A BRAND
NEW ONE i'RKE.
It takes certain
ents t o ""S861
food. Alter each
meal a healthy
stomach pours out
k Mm these Ingredients
Jn from Its lining
food is promptly
tv xisalk ind thoroughly dl-
tjj" gested. The un
2 Jk healthy stomach
larks ai me or all
oi these agents
tood ferment a,
wnirs, lies as a
doughy lump in
your stomach. If
you could supply
I these larking di
gestive wouldn't you do it? You
can do It! Spruce Pepsin Tablets
contain nothing but natural elements
necessary to digestion. One table
will digest an average meal. Dieting
won't help. "Heal'M-fx1"
digest itself. What is the difference
to you If the elements i..-. . ,.
jour food come by wtv of youi
uiouih or from the glands of the :i
gestlve tract. How much better to
let Spruce-Pepsin Tablets turn your
food Into power and force for biains.
nerves and muscles than to go on
withholding from the stomach the
digestives It lacks with consequent
sour stomach, constipation and head
aches. We will send you a free box be
cause Spruce-Pepsin Tablets have
had the severest chemical tests. We
have proved that they will do whiil
we say. if we hadn't we would try
and sell job a box firs!. Ve rre
glad to let you try 1 -"- '
ing. Send today to Spruce Tablet
t o.. Heron Lake. 1!
tejt vol are sure of le'i.t riht.
iOc and SI sizes can lie secu-ed
at the following stores in Omaha:
Kith and limine St..
Offl. DRIO COM PA NT,
Ifllh ami narney Sis,
HAKVAKIt I'HIKMM V,
21th ml KarnHin Si.
J7-U North ItMli St.
From the Great Collection of Marvelous Values
Thursday, January 11, From 8
Till 6 P. M.
should draw a
Jacquard baby blankets, Animal figures, Pink
aud Blue 25c
Heavy weight Silkoline covered full sized Com
forts, extra, each Sl.tJJ)
Cottou IJlankets, grey medium size, note please
a pair for 5J)
Heavy Plaid Blankets, 11-4 size, sold freely at
$3.IH, will be sold at S1.9S
lluy Sheets and Pillow Cases on Thursday.
Our famed No. 30l0 Sheets 2xH! will be sold
Ironwear Sheets, named becuuse of Hearing well
Harvard, a larger sheet than the foregoing and
a good one 59(
Hotel, still larger being Sl.99 inches, special
value at 69k
Lockwood, same size, an old and very reliable
make, at 75 C
Pequot, same sue as the preceding, 81x9, ex
tra quality S3?
Pillow cases, ISo, 15c, 13'sc, 114c and 10c
Embroidered scalloped edge cases on sale
Thursday at 19
Embroidered fiower hemstitched rases on sale
Make an Effort
to Come in the
Awfully hard to
service in the
I WOMEN'S INOEUWEAU
Overstocked on tlie Eiue tioods This great de
partment contains so many special and desir
able Items, that space admits of emphasizing
for Thursday only the STERLING lines most
of these iu the medium weight cotton and the
mercerized are rarely reduced especially at
trctive iheretore should be the discount of
20 offered on Thursday 1-6 off the price
of all Sterling brands. We do not believe you
will want to overlook the great bargain lu
WOMEN'S HOSIERY 30c fashioned Slock-
ing" "t 15c
Neither words of ours nor argument could he
more Impressive or expressive PIETY CENT
HOSIEItY THIRSDAY AT FIFTEEN CENTS
Just inklings of
tions in this
INION SI ITS FOR MEN Half fashioned,
made from heavy selected cotton, regular
$1.50 quality, on Thursday SI. 15
BOYS' SUI.A1KHS Regularly sold at l.m.
will sell at 75c
IIRAOI.EY MIEEEERS Used universally, the
DOc kind, at 35c
Lest you over
look let us
remind you, we
Just in an im
Nippon of 36-in.
for shirts and
AS WE CANNOT HAVE YOUR EARS,
I.ENIt IS VOl K EYES, Pl.EASK
A liu riled inventory shows aliout 1.730 yards
on hand from our recent til.K.lT S1I.K PUR
CHASE Alter Thursday whatever is left will
be withdrawn from sale No offering of fancy
Silks in years lias c'-ven such general satis
faction, and in our experience we never saw
so many pleased purchasers. Itecause of size
of this lot many of the styles were not shown
before. Silks of many "eaves and most col
orings, new- and desirable, sold freely pre
viously at $1.00 iuu $l.:'i, 59c
ISO yards of L'7-iuch Black Messaiine on Thurs
day at XSc"5"0'1' some at $1.25, well
"4."i yards of ::0-liu h Mack Messaline on Thurs
day at S1.0O -sold by some at $1.50, well
178 VAI!IS of 26-inch Illack Chiffon Taffeta
at 9Sc SU 1" h'Kh grade stores only and
then at $1.35 yard.
23 PATTERN SI ITS to be sold Thursduy to the first comers We
wsh we had bettor descriptive powers it would really take the
brush of the painter to convey style and colorings
7 Suits of Messaline Satin, 27 inches wide, bordered, worth $20. OO,
8 Suits of Messaline Satin, 4 4 inches wide, bordered, worth $1.1.75,
8 Suits of Poplin, plain bordered or flowered, 45 inches wide, worth
$15.li, at $8.75
You may bo further encouraged to Know that llordered goods ill be
especially the fnshlon this spring of
A liutterli'K Pattern will lie rt.il helpful If In doiibl Jiotv to muke up
one of these Wo an- Solo Agenls. '
7 Lots of Colored and Black Wool Dress Goods
The price reductions convey only an idea of values Hoods them
rehes tnjst be seen so that you can have a proper conception of the
beauty Iho fabrics and their inoillslinoss.
Lot 1 Foinieily up to $2 25, on sale at 98c
Lot 2 Formerly up to $1.50. on sale at 7 5k
Lot 3 Formerly up to $1.25, on sale at (JSIf
Lot 4 Formerly up lo $1.00. on sale at 50
Lot ! -Forme! ly up lo '') and 85p, on sale at -$
Lot tl Formerly up to S9c, on sale ut liiiC
lot 7- I'onneri up to !0r, on sale at ilOt
A few pieces are slightly soiled, most of tiiem are new and fresh,
many of them this season's purchase.
THE NOTION Si;tT10 has aarticlpated in the price cutting Here
are a te Hems for Thurs ay
liiibher Cushion Hair llrmhes, value 7 jc, will go at 39c
Wo mcnt'oned this item previously, but the notice did not attract as
tiK'ny bi.yers f the merit of the value warrants tiREAT VAI.l'E.
Shears Pi.tei.t uilon spring", all sizes, should be 50c. at ...-23
Fancy Picture Frames Sold up to iOc. on Thursday 9J
NEW TOILET 4iOOIS SECTION Cold Cream and Glycerine Soap,
10 for bo il :t cukes usually M-'tr ier box.
COIISKT OI PAKTMEXT On Thursday we will close out a lot of
Hoyal Worcesn r. low bust Corsets, worth $1.50, at 9Sc
The s' irt is extra loner, 6 hose supporters, fine foutil. made from a
special lot of Cloth, all slr.es. Come early If you are Interested.
HEME IS ANOTHER Still bigger value but odd sizes, which we
lad left ou'i- "Irene." "Redfcrn' and "O. n." users will know
what this means -they sold up to $ti.OO, on Thursday what's left
at. each $1.95
And a rev- model Kabo, made of very fine fancy striped material low
bust, lug 'lips, all sires, worth $3.00, also at, each $1.95
More la,:loi have taken lo Outing Flannel gowns during the Arctic
voatlier tivin cwr before In our trade experience. Prhaps not the
daintiest yon imaginable, but uh so comfy we have great variety
and exceptional values
Wo have tmd for 3 days to get details of stock from our Muslin
I n 'erwvar department "Impossible, too busy," has met us con
stantly. Fortunately the stock was vast, so there will be plenty of
good values on hand for Thursday' selling. lUght here we wish to
apnlor.i'c tor I'cllveiy ielay. Mont of our customers understood the
roml'ttim and gave us credit, for doing the liest we could. THANK
Vol KIMV.i for helng so lery atieiit and considerate. We be
gin lo see :iiliFU again from now on tilings will go smoother.
ALL THAT WE II VE S.ll AMI MORE IS TIU'E OF OCR CiHEAT
SALE OF LINENS We have had some remarkable sales before
now tlilj one t.ulrtvnlled. outdone and outrun all past Bales, and it
Is still s 1 uniiulns: lakes all the time o( the manager and his helpers
to slrnli'hten up at night f'ir the next day's rush. We are in apple
pic order in the luornlngs do please come then If you can glad
to see you o' course at any time. You will still help us If you will
Mndlv "take fclong smill packnges.
1HOSF WHO HUE llll.ltRKN SHOll.ll REAl THIS PART
$ -0 011 Suits, ages U and 15. oil Thursday, each $3.98
t o us which sold as high as $10.00, ou Thursday, each $3.7.
For Clillthen 2. :. 4 and ! years of age Polo coals Thuis.. each g5
v.l Utissea. f l years, from ' lo , .llnw values, priced at lT.as,
1S7S. tt.lt, 17.45 anil as luw as .'"V.
("YTS AMI bl lTS FOR tJHOWN I IS ARE 8EI.MNG CHEAPLY
Wr I...uM close out on Thursdayall lllsi.kct !. Women like
thev sro so i-osv ami llsfful. Thosn which wre selling at S3.S5
' r n.-Hv u . !." .1 S.. All fhsllv Kimono. ...1.1 urt.lim Thur.
! 10.00 ch. S.lfc W .lst. .ld up U--I "i!. a W.rM
Tn.-r. re nil kln.ls of ShIc. the.. H - Oood tato ad aalM aa worse
Sal... Show your approval of tl.o OwJ. ..el Help liulld up a bigger and
THOMAS KILPATRICK CO.
Decides to Retire
and Reinsure Risks
(From a Staff Correiondcnt.)
LINCOLN. Jan. 10.-(.pecl.l.l-A sud
den ending lo the affalra of the Woodman
Flro Insurance company came last night,
when II developed that at a meeting of
directors of the comiany held during the
afternoon It was voted to reinsure all
the Woodman risks In the Phoenix of
Brooklyn, N. Y'.. and liutruotlona were
ordered aent to all agmta of tho com
pany to ce.ise writing now business.
This means that the Woodman company
retires from business. This Is tho com
lny which proposed to take over the
L'nlon Flr. a mutual company, out of
which grow the scandal of tho payment
of tW.WM to the eld officers of the l'nlon
to resign that the officer, of the Wood
man might lake their places.
It tus developed 'hat the only tiling
nlikh blocked the meraer at the annual
meeting of the I'nion was the threat of
Auditor Barton that lu case it was
pushed through he would Immediately
apply for a receiver for the Woodman.
Ills examiners hail just completed an
Investigation of the two companies and
lwas on the strength of the facts thus
disclosed that he took this stand. He de
clined at that time tu give out the result
of the examination, but intimated that
ilte Woodman showed an unsatlffaetory
jonditlon, but that the l'nlon sua finan
ially all right. Th action of the Vo.xl
.. ui directors in reinsuring all its risks
o.d going out of business bears out this
talement that it was doing an unproflt
Auditor Haiton annou.ic-sl today thai
tus action of the Woodman would have
.o effect whatetrr en tils proposed ac
.,ou to recover the r-V) Involved In the
Secretary Nalt of the Woodman com
. u..y taeied tlio folluwing ttatement con
fining the action of the dnectors;
To Our .gontr: At noon today liu
..oodman File iusuranee ocmjany relive.
.iom .cine husiness ana has le.nsureu
is outsiana.nK l.a...iliy unar jsjucia
aow In toife witn In. Kid--ilty-l hoen.
. u-e Insurance compan ol -New Vorn.
iac write no more I'lij-iiiess Inr n
Iter receipt of thla teller, but obllxi
liv wtii.t by making no .irangein.-tu
.or disposition of the l.us.nes now on tl.-Ks-ks
uiit.l a special aiceol oi the ridcl-.j-l'hjenix
can ea.l cn ou. or 1 can fee
.i in person.
While ieretting that It bj pronei
.or the Woodman to retire from active
juiness. the riisturrw.1 situation as re
sards rates, the .uiotanlly inereasins
eins of . .1'iuiting the business aim
.li,. unfavorable outlook for li: as re.
.ards mercantile buslntse. ImlH-ls us to
lois.ie this cours. and Ksee our poil'-y-,
nldeis nnd.T the i.role. tten of one of thr-
..rst inslliutions of it- kind lu the
I world- ...
I I wish to a'knoultlK" from tee bottom
I of mv heart, my t reclatl. n jf the iy-
IaPv manifesie.1 on the part of our airents
during the existence of our company and
it it. indeed a satisfaction to have all our
, .jlieyholders so amply protected. "
I BOTTLE MAKES TRIP FROM
I FAIRBURY TO FLORIDA
I'assaKrlll?. Kla.. Matinir that while pick
ing up shell on the beach the writer
ft tun J the bottle. Inasmuch an he him
Hlt lived at Swantun ou Cub creek he
decided to write to Mr. Ntder. It is aup
poeed the buttle drifted dov.n Cub tree.
Into the tig Hlue river, thence Into the
Kaw, afterward the Mlnsotirt then Into
the MiMlsi;pi and thence Into the Guff
of Mexico. Four years clapped before
Mr. Nlder heard from his bottl.
stealliis a team of horHea frum tho l-.lls
livery stable at Uncoln. The offirera at
Lincoln notified Sheriff Hchlek nf this
city that lh team had been Rtn!tn atul
he drovr o the vicinity of i'uitlaiul ni
tils auto .-if he plucod HalU-nr;t r umler
arrcst with (he team In l:!e pontwanlon.
He was taken to Lincoln lat night.
NEBRASKA CITY GRAND
ARMY INSTALLS OFFICERS
Vl.'ru? . W A rlTV Vr-li .Inn 1.1 Ine.
clal.) The newly elected rf!.era of the
Grand Arms of tb Itepuhlic and Wom
en's llellef corps were publicly inslulleil
ut their loduc riwin. Mrs. H. I). Uastmaii
a...e.l ;s itikialtius' officvr for the 'om-
en's liellef corps and ill Inlialf of the
corps presented the Isist with a handsome
silk flair. .Mrs. E. Ouencl, retiring pres.
idfllt. and Mrs. W. I). llollalMUKli. reur
loir i i'esj..ircr of the Corp, were each
given a handsome present. The follow
Inn- r.,. II. e officers Of til. COIPS that
I were Installed: ITesldent. Mrs. Aria Wil
liamson: senior vice. ...is. i
Junior vice. .Mrs. Al Helmut; secretary.
Mrs. J. It. Mpplc; treasurer, Mrs. . n.
HollabauKh: eliaplaln. Mrs. K. Ouensel:
o.i.ieinr Mrs. W. W. Palmer; guard.
Mrs. Griffith; color bearers. Miss Kar-
.-tens, Mrs. John I.. Patterson, Mrs. j. r..
.Summers and Mrs. CSarwuod; patriotic
instructor, -Miss Vina Kills.
NEBRASKA CITY NEWS NOTES
John f VIlMs. Umasier.
onsly III la flmaha. Will Be
-AIRHrr.V. Neb.. Jan. 10. .Special. I
i place his name and address in a glass
tie and to-s arne in a swollen stream
r. tiui county and then to receive an an--w.-r
four years after from Passajrrille.
F"la . was the expel Urtee of Wii; H. Xider.
who U.M northeast of Falrbury eilit or
ten miles mar Oib t"Ye-k. In during
the hhrh water Cub creek. Mr. Xidr
pia.-ed his name aral address In a cla
bottle, also a request that the finder
i write to l.im. and threw it into ..ub creek,
'ju-t r.ently he i:celvd a letter from
NKDKAKKA flTV. Jan. W.-tSpeclal.) -Vor.l
wan received from Omaha lasl
evening lliat the condition of J' hn f.
v'.at.-oi. of this city, who was taken to
one of the hospitals at that place. I. not
as good as it had been hoped for. and the
phjsl.lans refuso to operate upon him.
,lc will be brought home as soon as he Is
able to travel. His condition is consid-
1.;-. I. W. llershcv, perhaps one of the
.Idert ph slclans in thia st:ite. and one of
uc ploneeis of this city, is unite ill at
is homo in this city and fears are enter
.ain.d for his recovery, lie Is KT year,
of age and came to this city in li7 and
has been In active practice until a (
John J-taii-bui;-. a government ins-:
.r, has been here several days gatherln
data reganling a claim that the heirs o.
L.ani'-I HS.w have flhd ogaln.-t the gov
. rnmcnt for K',) for pn.pirty destroy i
1 ior th'-ii father, vi... wi. a resident ...
his city in .".. 1-W at.l Wo, and stai t. j
across the plains and was kllied l.e In
dians in ArUona in 1.. when the to,k
all his pnMerty.
The ease cf Ake Ilelm-richs agaimt
John t'asiKT. has been on trial In the
i district court for the last two days. The
I plaintiff claims that the defen.lant I. the
' father of "her 5-year-old son. This cise
has been tii.-d twice !ef..re in the court
here and ea' h time resulted In a dis
agreed jury. The ease has been In the
court, for five years. M.il Harrington of
O'Neill Is here defending the case in corn
par.. with County Attorney W. h M'.ran.
The parents of both llti'r.nls are ii'Jite
wealthy and have spared no money in
the matter of prosecution or dv-f. nse.
EXETER BOY SHOT WHILE
K.XKTKlt. Neb.. Jan. H-.-(.Spcciiil.-1
I rure Kochndarfer wnn eht und bicllv J
Wfiiimlt'il liv I 'Iai fiu'o Itnke-i' voHtt-niMv !
while the loy were, hunting rut-hit .
Kochftitlarfer had fthut a lahhit anil went
to pick it up. Whn twenty-five fe't
ii way the K"ii In linker's IihihIk whu aci l
dentally diHchnrKod. Kochemlai fi-r re
ceived the entire ehartfc in the flnhv Prt
of the brt thfKh. just below the hip joint.
The woun-i In a v-ry lud mtv and may
cause serious trouble, at It In altnoft iui
posixlblf to Kit the tcHd and muuy pnrii-ch-s
of cluthiiiK out.
DISTRICT COURT IN MADISON
Nam fir r of Cane Piurd itn and Ad
Jon rumen t la Taken to
MAtIi5(aV. Xeb.. J.i'i. 10.-(Spt-cial.t-IXstrlct
court convened 1 uesday iuon
und adjourned until January If, la.st nlKht.
Jutle A. A. tjui-kli piCMtUitic and V. II.
I'owers court t)-Mitr. The following
cases received attention:
Charlea M. Thoniprvm and William T.
H'-rry Htf.llnt Peter i. 'ttier Hllil U II-
! ham fouiier; caw nettle'! and dlHiutR-ci-ti
j '"a: Tews ami Krntme Tewa uattiio-t
I William si.. hi T. etjuity ttctlon; Mrnkvii
fi'-m the d-teket.
Ileruian J. Hi-hnteilecke aKalnt Snty
! S' liniedecke el nl. ; ttefejitlBlitH len
jieiiwcr to file atnenl-d answer tttftantei ;
philntirf excepts, (lalnlllf Ivtii euv; to
I file re l v tn tuiiMhiit-ti answer ItiHtanter.
ease ita'lhmltti nil Uiriiin iihnr
ICmmio'Im N'ellpon mraint the h!taro &
XMTttiwett-n. Kallway omipany: Hs
mi'l without prejudice at pltilnt ff'?.
; . It. Vail a Ka. tut f'hrls Xoker nnl j
Sena OfiterKaril: flti'lti-c for plftimiff after i
jieductine; ejaims of defendant. t'l.lKutet.t '
for plaintiff a linst difeieldnt, I
ARE YOU FREE
l,i;0.T6 nhd cor-tr-; defendant ex
cept plaint It f Hen prior to nmrtKaae
of Heiiii Or-tteiKBrd; decree of foreclomire
and ualt a prayed: defendant excepts
and.Kiven forty dayn to aubmlt bill of
T ll i. .liaf.lt .1. ult.a, h.al.1 mar-
ntitiee in aid of exw utlon on lrnn-c.lpt
of JudKnieitl; ttlrd and dlinlNMeil.
Hiilph T. ''in H t .il.. ag-al'iHt I loan Cain
et nl. ; p; (((...; i eoort if referee ap
proved and t nft Htid; referee ordered to
ell vum pn.me; IhmJ fil ut
Il'ltllft 1 lllilAV BLUtllliMt JMint I'1
Lltid.-ay, divorce; drfeniatit urdtTed to
ih v H.-rk if fniirt i?f. fur moII tuioiev
.lat t.iry net for trial Jnnuary ! at
7 :3u p. m.
M-rd.in odinen nf Aineiica aKnitn-t
Hanuali Kind tnen HryHiit, demurrer to
petition amended; defendant e&eeptK; de
fendant alven time to answer int-tauter on
llem T. Ilrnwii et al. am Inn! Surah
Jit'iiWn et nl.. wirtMh-n; refeiei kiiU- eoii
tirnit'd; det-d ordered; prtweedn dH-trll.ut-l,
$:,li. theieof K"ln; to Hat a 1 1
Tho Xorfidk l.nn.h'i' enmpany acnlni-t
A. W. Kink limine; Injunction ; denui rr
to answer r-iuoaiiied; defendant exieptM
and tl"clliiet to tai l tier plead ,nul elects
lo -t a lid on ttiimv r; jidi;nieiit itBuinft fle
feiidant for e.itK and inHkina .-nipoiary
lujtmi llou h-i Mini' id, an piael, di fend
u lit exeeias.
t'ltvle (1. I'aiker HKiiitiRt VIIIH (teorKe
Hat-kins, damage suit in mum of $jfi,orw;
difinlMr.,il by pliiihtlff Ut Plaintiff rontH.
Maiy i. 1'(dlefoii fiKalnt Aiih'UHt
IViornon et al.; partition: M. I. Tyler np
m luted Rtiardlun t litem for all minor
derentUnta; finding fir plaintiff; W. 1-.
I Irk ley up pointed referee to tnakt par
tition. Judjte Wcluffee tiilar Inane! a mar
rlate llcnw to llaya II.. Miller, aon t
William Wilier and MIm Verm L. Wright,
dauichter of lan Wrlht, all of Battle
The cutatc of John II. Klchoff, late of
Tllden. deceased, was admitted to probate,
and C. .V Hinlth and W. W. Klchoff of
TUden appointed by the court executor.
GAGE COUNTY NEWS NOTES
Mr, elllp I'm I. (iraat'a Dlvurre
II. rre HW. Klvrl
lIKATnil'K. Neb., Jan. H. (HrLil.l
Nellie Koa. ua. .ranted a divorce e.
ter.lav III tlie .Hull let eourt by Jildae
IVlnbei toll from John Kom. Ile b
Klven the cilHody of tlielr ebild, ' ali
mony and f-'io for attorney, fee..
The aloeklKililera of the, Hlue hnlim
bank hi Id a nieetliiic etrdav and
elected the follnwinK as a liard of dlreet
or.: . K. Illeliop. Oeol.e. Ilarr!., W. C.
lllaek, Jr.; VV. W. I!la'k and T. U llreen.
The director, .lected W. W. lllaek prcnU.
lent, and T. I llreen cashier of Ilia
Tim annual meet In a of tl. stockholders
f lha ileal lea National bank as hM
yratcrd.y hcn tlis folluwltic wcra'
elMted a. a board of directors: It, J.
Klltrlrk, If. T. W'e.ton, E. U. Irake,
W.illaeo KulMrtwin. D. W. Took. D. '.
t'ook, Jr. Th officers elected ar. D. W,
Conk. rr.ldenl: Wall.es ftobrrtaon, vie.
prei.ld. nl; It. Cmk. Jr., caahler.
John Lens, a local wreatl.r, will meet
"Farmer" KeriwnKck of Crate In this
city January 1.
Inn MeColery and 11. il. Hepirlrii
havu dlnpoM.! of thlr Intrre.ts tn tho
lleatrlri llrlek works to W. N. Farluw.
and laul Vu.
At a meeting; of tb officers of tin
l'lr.t National bank yeatrrday K. II.
j llowey electril president lo .uccee.1
Iik brother. T. II. llowey, whu u re.
j.etilly made preeidetit of tho City Na
Itloiutl bank nf l.lneolu. Mr. llowey lias
i lieen caiililer for aomo tlm. and W. W.
lllaek wa. elected a. hi. aucceMor.
Tha key to succua In builncn la th
Judicious and pcnleteut u.s of newspspec
BMll From Blizzards lo Blossoms!
Mmm h.r.ea tlk Kteallnis Tr.
liKATKIt'K. Neb. Jan. W. iSpe. lai
Telegram. e-A. O. BaH.nR.r of Arcadia.
Neb.. i arrested at 'ortland, tliln
county, tliii evening on a coarse of
Hearjaches, Colds, Indigestion, '
Pains Constipation, Sour Stomach,
Dizziness? If you are not, the most ;
effective, prompt and pleasant j
method of getting rid of them is to j
take, now and then, a desertspoon-:
fuJ ol the ever refreshing and truly j
beneficial laxative remedy Syrup i
of Figs and Elixir of Senna, it is
well known throughout the world 1
as the best of family laxative remc-!
dies, because it acts so gently and j
strengthens naturally without ixti
ting the system in any way. !
To get its beneficial effects it it
always necessary to buy the genu- J
ine, manufacture by the California
Fig Syrvp Co., bearing the name
of the Company, plainly prir.'ed on
the front of every package. , i
From Blizzards to Blossoms
i lower gardens are In bl'iom in tlio sun sunllrilit of baiiiiy Xoc- erleaui
the lawns wear tin- green of et.rual Summer. The nearby bays and.
bnynus Invite the angU-r game of all sort Is plentiful.
New Ol loans has thoroiiKhly modern hotels delightful eating places,
i :irk: irldisrent with tmnl.al foliage, right theaters and great public
buiiillnta ciiual to those of any city of like siie in America. In addition
to its ruolern sttrartlons, the city is rich in historic Interest, with Its
quaint buil.iiigs, old markets, antique stores and fpeetarular Mardl Crag,
Leave all thought of winter und its cares behind you come to tba
must favored winter resort in Amcrl.a.
The St. Charles and The Grunewald
are Hie pre-eminent horielrien of New Orleans. Ksxh la sumptuously
fiipointe and has every convenience known to modern construction.
Kiiropc::u Flan. For rales, reservations or literature concerning
points of Interest about New Orleans, address either hotel.
The through line to the Crescent City, maintaining fast, double daily, electric
linhted, nam service from Omaha to New Orleans. Steel equipment. Observa
tion cars, sleeping cars and coaches. All meals In dining car. Information about
winter tourist fares, tickets and reservations, and a beautiful book entitled "New
Ot leans for the Tourist" can be had by calling, at Illinois Central
CITY TICKET OFFICE, 409 South Sixteenth Street
S. NORTH, District Ps3ener Agsnt
Pftonmi--Don flat 264; Ind. A-2164.
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