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TUK BEK: OM TJ , THURSDAY, JAXUAltt
JHNUflRY SALE OF
StickSey Bros. Furniture
This big event comes to a close in a few days. DON'T
LET IT PASS BY WITHOUT GAINING SOMETHING
FROM IT. We still have many of the best patterns.
Here is a partial list of the many bargains:
Sells regularly at $40.
January Sale Price $30.
Fumed oak, Stlckley Bros, make,
solid copper trimmings, class
doors and side. 13 inches high, 10
Inches deep and Gl ins.
long. January Sale
Fumed oak, Stlckley Bros, make,
four shelves, the two upper have
mirror backs, copper trimmings.
Sell regularly at
BUFFET Pinned oak, mirror back, beautiful pattern.
Hegular price $7(5.00. .January Sale
Price .' !
DINING TABLE 54 inches in diameter, 8 ft. extension,
fumed oak. Regular price $38.00.- Jan- (Py J
uary Sale Price I Oil
TABLE Octogah shaped top, 20 inches in diameter, M
inches high, fumed'oak. Regular price J F
$6.50. January Sale Price 4)T ( D
ROCKER Rimed oak, Spanish leather cushion seat
and back, Stickley Bros. make. Regular
price $24.00. January Sale Price
Some odd pieces in solid mahogany and golden oak.
SOFA Turkish design, solid mahogany frame. Regu
lar price $38.00. January Sale
Price . . .
TREASURERS JJOLD SESSION
County Officials Who Handle Money
Gather in Lincoln.
COMPARE METHODS EMPLOYED
State- Miiprrtntr-.tMlrnt llcUell t'rn;e
Thrnt In llnip I'ntfnrni ithnl
Order I5it.mlnrr Tnlk
of Their Work.
MHous, throbbing headache means
lion els lire clogged and liver stag
nant you need C'nMCarcts.
MAHOGANY TABLE French leg design. flL -f A
Rogularprice $20. January Sale v A J
A Few Ostermoor Mattresses Greatly Reduced.
Orchard & Wilhelm
(Prom a Staff CVvrpspoiideiit.t
IjINCOI.N. .Ian. J0.-(Spoclal. The
county treasurers of Nebraska are hold
Ins their annual meeting nt the Ulndell
hotel In this city. Yesterdi&v most of thr
time was taken up In a discussion of
taxation matters, but today the business
turned to other things and tho' discussion
to other matters.
K. J. Iloblnron. state tieusurer examiner
for several years, gave, an Interesting talk
on the treasurer's office, from the stand
point of a county treasurer examlnor. Ills
paper was quite generally discussed by
State Accountant John Tulleya talked
of the relation of th-j state auditor's of
fice, to the office of the county reasurvr.
This also brought out a discussion of
much Interest Indulged In by half a doLcn
of those present.
In tho afternoon talks were made by
several of the county treasurers present
and State Superintendent J. K. Delielt
urged the matter of uniformity of school'
At the close of Mr. Deliell's talk the
cession resolved Itself Into a general ex
perience meeting In which W. K. Fox.
treasurer of Cass county; R. U Harrison,
treasurer of Hall county; Hrvln Nye,
treasurer of Stanton county; O. C. Myers,
treasurer of Nuckol s county; AV. J. Duvls.
treasurer of Kimball county, and Ger
trude Jordan, the woman treasurer of
Cherry county, took part with one or two
In tho evening the visitors were the
guests of the Lincoln Commercial club
at a theater party.
NOTES FROM BEATRICE
AND GAGE COUNTY
BEATRICE, Neb., Jan. . (Spcclal.i
The Gage County Medical society held its
annual meeting at Wymore yesterday, at
which papers were read by Dr. C. C. Gal
ford and Dr. S. 10. Yoder of that place
These officers were elected: Dr. J. I
McGIrr, president; Dr. I 1.. Gillespie,
vice president; Dr. I E. Penner, secre
tary and treasurer. The next meeting will
be held at the home of Dr. C. P. Fall
In this city on April 1.
At a meeting of tho city commissioners
yesterday it was decided to Install the
rest of the water meters this spring.
The Gage County Gas, Light and Power
company Is planning to take a "referen
3am vote of Its consumers uion questions
Invplved in tho litigation now pending In
the' federal court at Lincoln and gas con
sumers will bb asked to , answer ,cerlaln
ciuestloni 'as to 'their satisfaction with,
rates charged and tho service rendered.
Charles Foulk of Ellis has purchased
tho grocery store of Carpenter Bros, at
Eighth and Court streets.
Tho divorce case of Catherine Pothast
against David Pothast began In the dis
trict court yesterday. The parties to the
Bult reside at Cortland" and the court room
was crowded during tho entire day. The
pTalntlff claims her husband Is wortli
about $U0,00O and sho desires sufficient nll
mony to care for herself and children.
NEW CHURCH ATlCEARNEY
TO BE DEDICATED MARCH 9
KfclARNBY. Neb.. Jan. 'SO. (Speclal.)
Tfia board of trustees of the Christian
church met yostewlay and fixed the dato
of dedication of their new sauctuary for
March 9. The edifice Is to be turned jver
by tho contractors March 1 or sooner.
The dedication sermon Is X bo preached
by George L. Snivel), an ovangellst from
CHASE COUNTY FARMS
ARE IN GOOD CONDITION
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Jan. 29. (Special.)-Secre-tary
Piper of the state board of charities
has received a communication from O. G.
McCallum. county clerk of Chase county,
In which he says that he has mode a full
Investigation of the matter In which a
man by the name of Eiidsley sent out an
appeal for help to the public and finds
that Endalpy Is In good circumstances.
He owns 480 acres of land, raised 600
bushels, of wHeat .last year and now has
from 2.CO0 to 5,000 bushels of corn piled
up In his. yard, . . ,
He says here' ls.,jno indication, of dis
tress of any kind In that county and that
everybody seems to be well satisfied with
NEWS FROM FAIR BURY
AND JEFFERSON COUNTY
GRAND ISLAND CLUB IS
AGAINST THE TRAIN BILL
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., Jan. 29. (Spe
cial Telegram.) The Commercial club at
a well attended meeting adopted reso
lutions requesting the two representatives
and senators from this county to vote
against tho fifty-car freight train bill at
all stages and to vote to refer all matters
of railway regulation to the State Rail
way commission. In the discussion En
gineer Joe O'Brien spoke for such action,
while his son, a brakeman, spolte for the
bill and Its passage by the legislature.
Superintendent Blgnell of tho Burlington
an'd Attorney North for the Union Pacific
addressed tho club.
Sfvrn Notcn or l.enevn.
GENEVA. Neb., Jan. 29. (Special )
Monday evening a number of llio mem
bers of Silver Link Rebekah lodge went
to Fairmont to attend the lodge there
and witness a double Initiation.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Youngcrs left yes
terday for California and other western
You're bilious, you have throliblng
sensation in your head, a bad tnnto in
your mouth, your eyes burn, your skin
is yellow, with dark rings under your
eyes; your lips are parched. No won
der you feel ugly, mean and Ill-tempered.
Your system is full of bile not
properly passed offi and what you need
Is a cleaning Up inside. Don't continue
being a bilious nuisance to yourself and
those who love you, and don't resort to
harsh physics that lrrltato and Injure.
Remcijiber that most disorders of the
stomach, liver and Intestines can bo
quickly cured by morning with gentle,
thorough Cascarets they work while
you sleep. A 10-cent box from your
druggist will keep your liver and bow
els clean; atonvnch sweet and your head
clear for months. ChlldrcriMove to take
Cascarets. because they taste good and
nover gripe or sicken.
FAIRUURY. Neb., Jan. 29.-(Speclal.)
Phil Dawson and W. E. Wiley sold forty
two head of pure-bred Poland-China nogs
at St. Joseph nt public auction at an
average of $10 per head. The top sow In
the sale brought $71 and a registered boar
topped the market at $6G.
Sheriff Ed Hughes took Charlie Rich
ardson to the state hospital at Lincoln
on Tuesday. The young man became
demented at Horton, Kan., and It required
threo or four men to place him In cus
tody. He Is 22 years of age.
When one who
knows eood. beer is
served with Blatz there is
lliirurlurx Itoli Depot.
SCHUYLER. Neb., Jan. 29. (Special
Telegram.) Burglars robbed the Union
Pacific depot at Richland early this morn
ing, taking 'about $50 and some tickets.
SENATE DOEStTT RAP AVERY
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ifo discounting the mutual
satisfaction existing between
patron, and dealer.
It is the beer of character
BEER EVER BREWED
mMh Order a Case Sent Home '
Km. for the Family. iH I
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such lack of economy and said that tho
prtsent files would last for '' o balance
of the session and that was i enough.
Ho made such a strong appeal for .econ
omy that tho old files will have to do for
S. V. 100, by Talcott of Knox, which re
quires physicians to report to the State
Board of Health cases where patients are
suffering from lead, phosphorus, arsenic
or mercury or their compounds, wus
nlll for llnlsloii.
S. F. 19, by Dodge, which provides lor
publication by posting notices in towns
where there Is no newspaper, which ap
plies to the town of RaWon, which de
slies to put In a system of water works,
The double shift for firemen bill, Intro
poured by Hoagland of Lancaster, pafcsod
unanimously. This bill relates to Lincoln
S F. 46. the nursery Inspection ulll,
Introduced by Saunders of Douglas, which
was engrossed for third reading yeslci
day, was returned to the committee fur
Water Mnln Extension.
In committee of the whole, with Oil's
of Valley In tho chair, the eenatc took
up consideration of S. F. 17, by Baundrit.,
.but as Grossman of Douglas said he did
' rot understand what the bill was und
there seemed to be a misunderstanding
! o" some of Its provisions, the bill waf
passed over to allow tho Douglas county
'members to get together on the bill with
out having to take up the time of the ssn
ate Tho bill provides for tho extension
of the water tnajps of the city of Omaha
tu take In South Omaha, Dundee Hnd
I Florence and provides certain powers to
I be vested In the board.
' Ilelittlvr to I'ltrdona.
I S. F. 22. by Krumbach of Polk, which
t provides that where a convict In the statv
penitentiary makes application for a
I' earing for pardon before the State Par
don board the board shall notify the
county attorney of the county from which
the convict came and also the district
Judge before whom the trial was held of
trie time the hearing shall take place,
was ordered engrossed for third reading.
fi, F. 01, by Grace of Hailan, was en
grossed for third reading and provliles
that rail road a, canal and Irrigation com
panies shall construct proper crossings
oer their 'roads ditches or canals.
S. F. 49, by Talcott of Knox, provides
for division of at Jeast 60 per cent of
bridge levies for townships for mainte
nance of bridges, Woli of Dodge attached
a provision that where townships had no
bridges and used the bridges of an uid-
1 Joliilittr township that the bridge fund of
that township could be used to help keep
j up the, bridges of the township over
which the travel was made.
INCREASES STATE BANK
the borrower, who minY' times has to
be refused a loan because the law will i
not allow the bunkcrJ,to accommodate
liim, even should ho IfaVo the funds to
du o. ;'
Another provides that when the Initial
payment to the guaranty fund of a new
bank does not meet the amount of the
nvorago dally deposits according to the
first two annual statements, provisions
shall be made for making up the amount.
Seventy-five per cent of the guaranty
fund may bo retained by .banks which
liquidate the balance to be retained by
the Stato Banking board for payment ot
losses where the banks fall to do so.
The banking board may decline to Issue
stato churters to banks where It la found
that the community Is well enough sup
plied with banking Institutions.
Method for TfrcIiIiik Denf.
Kemp ot Nrencc Introduced S. F. 229,
which provides that any method know.n
to tho teaching yrofesslon used In teach
the deaf may be used in tho state school
for the deaf at Omaha. "The superin
tendent shnll see that the method fits
the child, rnthet than the child the
Hanrmann of DaugUm Introduced a hill
which compels county clerk to keep n
record of all bonds Issued by his county
after they have been registered by llio
state auditor and a certificate has been
reeurncd to htm. Ho shall recclvo a fee
of . 25 cents for doing so. Heretofore
county clerks have not been compelled to
keep a record and the present bill makes
the keeping of the record compulsory.
IHo-iv nt the Ounr.I.
Robertson of Holt would do away with
the National Guard, lie has Introduced
a bill, which. If It becomes a law, will
virtually abolish the guard nud .mean
a dlsbandmcut of nil companies. In tho
place of tho guard he makes It compul
sory for every citizen of military uge to
be a soldier when he Is called upon, but
does not provide that he bIiqII have nnVf
military drill to equip him for war.
SICKLES RESOLUTION (JOES OVER
House Hesitates to TnUe Too StroiiK
Action In Cnnv.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Jan. 29.- (Special) -The'
house Jia an oppoj-turdty to tel the offi
cials of .New York what to do In the
matter of tho prosecution of General
Sickles and It may do It. O'Mallcy Intro
duced a resolution this morning request
ing the New York prosecutors not to
push the case against the war vetcrai
buts averal members objected to butting
In and asking un official to violate Ills
oath of office, so the matter went over
jMAHA 'S onl y modern clothing store
ni t mom r, y Quumr uuntts
A HALF PRICE SALE OP QUALITY SUITS AND
0 'COATS FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN.
A HALF PRICE SALE ON BROKEN LINES OF
SUITS AND O'COATS FOR BOYS.
A HALF PRICE SALE ON HUNDREDS OF PAIRS
OF HAND TAILORED TROUSERS.
A MOST REMARKABLE SALE OF DEPENDABLE
SHOES FOR MEN AND BOYS.
In tho nbovo mentioned unles you'll find ropre
sonted In tholr roBPoctlvo lines positively tho greatest
values of tho ontlrc soason. Wo any "Greatest" he
eutiBo of two reasons Wrst, tho merchandise H 0f the
highest possible staudard not thri sort especially
purchased for salo purposes, but a part of our regular
high grade stock. Second, tho reductions are honest;
juggling ot former prices nro not 'tolerated at this
houso this morning which changes thr
tlmo of assessment to January 1 and the
time for tho meeting of the obards of
equalization and the making of the levies
to correspond. Itr the opinion of V. G.
Uro of omahn this ehaiieg should bo
made, as now the counties are ahvuys
Just one year behind. Wnrrants nt pres
ent cannot bo Issued until September and
county boards have to do business on
credit until thnt time.'
ClIUXTt OWNERSHIP OF 1,1. MIS
House Committer of Whole TnUes
Fii vornlilc Action.
(Fiom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Jan. 2.-(Spec!nl Telegram.)
In committee of the whole the house
recommended for passage 11. R. No
8, by Fuller of Seward, providing foi
county ownership of telephone lines. The
bill pi-u Ides that county boards have
authority to make rates for all tele
phones In the county. Mockctt tried to
strike out this provision, but was un
successful The vote whs seventy-five
for recommending It for passage und
The bill providing civil service fiir the
stnto Institutions was also recommended,
after It had been amended oil motion of
Foster to compel present employes who
ate to be retained to take an examination.
A Kortiinnle 'IVmn,
K. W. Goodlot. Dallas, Tex., found a
sure relief for malaria and biliousness In
Dr. King's New Life Pills. Only 2iic.
For sale by lleulon Drug Co. Advertisement.
Gives quick relief from pain. It's an excellent
remedy for rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica, lumbago
Ileum- of IMnttc Follow Iilrn of
Trennnrrr lire of DonKlri.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Jnn. 29. (Spcclal.)-Rcgan
of Platte Introduced a measure In the
Relieved Seyero Pain in Shoulder
Mr, J. Underwood, of sooo Warren AvcChlcago,
III., wfltes : " I am a piano polisher by occupation,
anti since last Sept, have suffered with severe pain In
both shoulders. I could not rest night or day. One
of my friends told me about your liniment. Tliree
applications completely cured me, and I will never be
' Cured Sciatic Rheumatism
Mr. A. J. Hanck, of Oak Hill. O., writes: "I
l 1 U..1 . r ! . 1 I ..t.
Vituvc uscu)uur iiiiiiuciHii'rat-i.uitmeuinaiiMii,
I was so I could not walk for a long time.
T at., mi m.ilK rt n tit., flnnr. lint vrwir
liniment cured me. 1 Kept It in the
limine all the time and Have let others
use it and it cured them. I sent to
lronton, O., the other day and got
two 50c. bottles lor other people."
At all dealer. 25c., EOc. & $1.00
Dr. EARL S. SLOAN,
MnraliHll Una Hill FolloirlnB Ilrcom
mpiulatlon of Nrcrctnry Royae.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Jan. 29. (Special.) Marshall
of Lancaster Introduced several bills In
the senate today which relate to tho bank-
In it laws, the most important of winch
was No, 222, which provides that a bank
may make loans to ten times the amount
of Its capital and surplus. Instead of
ilcht tlintb us tho law now requires.
T, v change, according to Senator Mar
shall, will be of considerable benefit to
1 W ffl tF& Ii
To arrive at the top in any department of commercial effort one
must produce, offer and do better than has been produced, offered or done be
fore. Fifty yearsjigo we determined that Sunny Brook must be the finest whis
key distilled and aged in Old Kentucky and we have never deviated from this
policy. Today we are known as the lamest distillers of fine old whiskies in the world.
Sunny Brook reached the ton because it surpassed all others
in mellow flavor, exquisite bouquet and tonic properties. The friends Sunny
Brook made fifty years ago because of its high quality and purity are still its
friends and all over this broad land a majority of the discriminating public de
mands Sunny Brook and absolutely refuses substitutes of any kind. Sunny Brook
is a real honest, straight Kentucky Whiskey and is bottled in bond. Every bottle
is filled and then sealed with the "Green Stamp," under the direct supervision
of U. S. Inspectors. If you want to know you are getting the best always ask for
Sunny Brook-The Pure) Food Whl.key. READ THE LABEL.
The Grotte Brothers Company
Wholesale Distributors 1206 Farnam St., OMAHA, NEB.
LESS BOWEL TROUBLE
Omnha people have found out that A
S1NOLU IIOSB of sln.-ple buckthorn
burk, glycerine, etc., as compounded In
Adler-l-ka, tho German appondlcltls
remedy, relieves constipation, sour stom
ach or gas on the stomach INSTANT
LY. This simple mixture antlseptlclzc.i
the digestive organs and draws off the
Impurities and It la surprising how
QUICKLY It helps. The Sherman &
McConnoll Drug Co., 16th and Dodge,
and .the Owl Drug Co., 16th and Har-ney.-t-AdvertlBement.
All Brooms Sweep.
but the one that sweeps .
better with tho least.
effort ts the one
you wont. The
o'dr.t llio itlrt thfl fir.f m .nrl
... . .....
weigns sue ounces uinter
then other urooms. Mex-1
ible straws that bend
freely, hold their shape
i j . .1 i o
carpets and rufj. Lone
, smootiinandie. uuw
antecd. Your dealer
has the Littlo Polly.
iHrr.k ft Stowtrt Mti.C.
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TIckotH on ualo dnily
& Sf, Paul
To Kin rl tin. Culm, Now
Orleans, Mobile and
tho Gulf Const. .
Miami, Fla 72.50
Tampa, Pla 62.10
Palm Beach 69.00
Havana, Cuba 87.00
New Orleans 41.00
1 Liberal Stop - Overs
Doliglitiul tours and
crmseB on llio Mediterra
nean, Orient, West Indies,
Panama Canal, South
America. Tickets on sale to
all tho principal cities in
the world. Reservations
mado via all railroad and
Four splendid daily trains
Omaha to CliiAtgO' make
good connections at the
latter point with through
trains for all important
points east and south.
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