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ENTER THE FRAY
A. L. Sutton of Douglas Completes
His Filing for Nomination
JUDGE ALBEET FOR SENATOR
t From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Feb. S.-('ityeclal. Filings
this morn ln coming to the office of the
secretary of state Include the following.
Abraham I. Sutton of Omaha, for the
republican nomination for governor.
1. L. Albert of oClumbua. for the dem
ocratic nomination for the state senate
for the Eleventh district, composed of
the counties of Polk, Flatt and Merrick,
represented in the last session by Sen
ator Krumbach of Polk.
C. E. Randall of Tork, placed In nomi
nation by a petition from Aurora for re
nomination as senator from the Seven
teenth district, composed of York and
William Soost of Magnet, for the dem
ocratic nomination for the state senate
from the Klghth district, composed of
the counties of Cedar and Knox, repre
sented In the last sesnlon by Senator
Charles Ruden of Crofton.
John S. McCarty of Lincoln will be a
candidate for the democratic nomlnatlo
for congress In the First district, having
this morning accepted the petition filed
last week. j
Judge Bruno Hostetler of Kearney ha
filed for renomlnatlon as district Judge
that district , - . .
Twenty Days, for
; j Shooting Quail
. TLATTSMOt'TH, Neb., Feb. g. (Spe
cial.) -George Hobson was brought before
Justice Archer Monday to answer to a
complaint charging, him with violation of
the Nebraska gamelaw by shooting two
quail, which are protected by law from
the. hunters. The young man lentered a
plea of guilty to the charge of shooting
two quail, and not being able to pay the
fine and costs was sentenced to Jail for
COL. RICHMOND, BOOSTER,
IS BACKING SOpHUS NEBLE
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Feb. 8.-(Ppeclal.)-Colonel
Memy Clay Richmond of Omaha, states
man. Journalist, orator, and now offi
ciating In the way of maker of governors.
Is again on the Job. The last time Colo
nel Richmond visited Lincoln he picked
a candidate for the democratic nomina
tion for governor in the person of a, Lin
coln irerchant, but the picking was not
good and the candidate did not appear
to be ripe for the plucking.
Thla time he cornea forward and pushes
his fellow townsman and next door neigh
bor, Sophus F. Neble, editor of the Danish
Pioneer of Omaha, as the man to lead
the badly demoralised hosts of democ
racy up tha hill of despondency. He says'
that Nebraska 'would, do ltslet proud to
elect Colonel Neble . governor and ho is
for Mag. - ; ,' , .. ,, W v .
Colonel Richmond Is. one of those self
sacrificing Individuals who is": always
boosting somebody else. He has ruined A
valuable pair of eyes looking; over the
state for the man who would be an Ideal
governor and never thinking for a mo
ment that the man who wears Henry
Richmond's clothes and is with him day
and night might make the all flredest
. Lest col darn sroveraor this aid At ft.lr.-
loosa, . ' - t
VALUABLE PACING MARE
AND SADDLE STOLEN
NORTH PLATTE, Neb.. Feb, 8.-Spe-clal.)
A valuable pacing mare valued at
1300 and a saddle worth HO were stolen
from the ranch of Representative Harry
I. Stevens near Maxwell, Neb.,- late Sat
urday night. Frank Townsend, a farm
hand employed at the Stevens ranch, dis
appeared about the same time.
' Sews Notes ( Hastings.
HASTINGS, Neb.. Feb. 8. (Special Tel
egram.) The Clarke Hotel company has
appointed a committee to begin prepara-
HnM. , I. A K..II1m. A Ann,. A
the hotel building.
Rev. R. R. Percy of Uerwlck, la., has
accepted a call from th Hastings United
Brethren church and is expected here
for next Sunday's services. J
A committee has been appointed to
make an effort to secure the next state
democratic convention for Hastings.
Files for Represeaiatlre. ,
NELJGH. Neb., Feb. I. -(Special. )
J. G. Crlnklaw has filed on the demo
cratic ticket for state representative of
Antelope county. He represented this
rounty In the last legtalaturee. It Is sup
posed that be will have no opposition in
the primary. '
Water Roads Carry. .
CROFTON, Neb., Feb. .-(Speclal.)
At the special election held here last
week the water bonds proposition carried
by the necessary two-thirds with nine
votes to rpare. Work to extend the pres
ent system will be started as soon as
the weather permits. 1
Married Fifty-Five Veara.
fOLKRinOE. Neb., Feb. I. (Special.)
On Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Boucher celebrated the fifty-fifth
anniversary of their wedding day. A
number of their old friends and neighbors
dropped In to help them celebrate the
Hmm Over by (an Shelter.
CAMBRIDGE. Neb., Feb. .-rSpecial
Telegram.) Earl Wyman la in the local
hospital In a serious condition resulting
from falling under his corn sheller. The
wheels of the sheller passed over his
body. At this time the extent of his In
juries are unknown.
BEAVKR CITT, Neb., Feb. I. -(Special.)
During the absence of the family at
church Sunday evening the house of B.
r. Selbert was broken into and US Bun
day school money was take. It was In
pennies and small change.
How Is Preifsl troop).
When tho child la subject t Mk r
rroup, ee to It that he eata liaht .v..-
tllir tnal an uu 1 ..... . .
- - - iiomirn may
nun on an aitaca, also watch for t.e
flr.t symptom hoarseness, and give
'l ambrrtaln'a Cough Remedy as soon a
the i hlld fecomea hoarse. Obtainable
e vary where. Advertisement.
Eeady with Brief
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Feb. . (peMal.)A brief
of Clifford Thorne, chairman of the Iowa
Railway commission prepared in his ef
forts to have the confirmation of Ixuls
15. Brandeis as Justice of the supremo
t-ourt knocked In the head by the senate,
because he alleges that Rrandlrs was not
oquare with the people in tne fight he
made before the Interstate Commerce
commission in the advance rate rises,
has reached the members of the Ne
The brief states that "On b -half of the
State Railway rnmmlmlonn nf the riant
states interested; the American National
Live Stock commission and tlie farm t
grain dealers, representing 2y00 'ihlp-
pers, who have commissioned me to
speak, I hereby repudiate In unqualified
terms the concessions made by Mr. Ili-an-
dela In closing the argument on behalf
of the public In the advance rate caw"w
before your honorabel body.'" i
Referring to statement made by Bran- !
dels that "there should be no basis, we i
ought not to consider mere percentages, I
we should not attempt to say what Is a I
reasonable surplus," Mr. Thorne says.
"this Is a pretty argument from the rail
Cannot Use Schools
HASTINGS, Neb.. Feb. 8. (Special Tel
egram.) The Hastings Institute, organ
ized to teach religion and social condi
tions, was turned clown by Ihe Board of )
Education last night In the request for !
the use of the high school building for j
classes. The Institute is nonsectarlan
and plans to take a social survey of
The total enrollment of the schools for
January was 2,312. which Is 1S Increase
over the corresponding month In 191. '
DEALERS ARE AT LINCOLN
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Feb. 8.-(Speclal.) Exhibit
ors attending the fifteenth annual gather
ing of the Nebraska Hardware Dealers'
association, being . held at the Lindell
hotel, are getting their exhibits pretty
will placed at the city Auditorium across
the way, and are making an excellent
Harry Porter of Lincoln has on exhibi
tion something new in the way of desks
mado entirely of steel.
The convention opened this afternoon at
the Lindell at 1 o'clock with an address
of welcome by Secretary Whltten of the
Commercial club and response by Presi
dent J. J. Jennings.. The response wat
made by S. R.' Derryberry of North
Platte, to which the president again responded.'-.Miss
Pearl Ha'llowell of Fre
mont favored the meeting with a song,
"Brighten the oCrner." written especially-
for the occasion, Nathan Roberts, secre
tary, delivered the annual address. " ' .
JUROR WHO COLLAPSED ? '
PROBABLY IS INSANE
NORTH PLATTE. Neb.. Feb. S.-(Spe-
clal,) Will Fabllnger, who became men
tally deranged while serving on the Jury
during a session of the district court In
this city, was taken Into custody by the
sheriff Monday and will be given a hear
ing before tho board of insanity. Fab
Ilnger's condition has not improved, as
was expected, and as a result It was
thought best to place him In charge of
tho sheriff until ho could be examined
as to his sanity.
TO MEET AT TECUMSEH
TEOUMSEH, Neb., Feb. 8. (Speclal.)
On Tuesday and Wednesday the annual
Johnson County Farmers' institute will
be held In this city. A good program, in
cluding speakers from the agricultural
department of the University of Ne
braska, ; the government veterinarians
having In charge tho hog cholera pre
ventive work in Gage and Johnson coun
ties, and others will be given.
News Notes of Edgar.
Edgar, Neb.. Feb. 8. (Special.) "Pu
Nebraska Telephone ' company, which
bought controlling Interest In the Edgar
Home Telephone company, moved their
central office today. They have Just com
pleted the construction of a complete
outside system, moving all poles to tn)
alleys where possible.
Several gangs of electrical engineers
are at work connecting tho residence and
business houses with the new electric
light services twenty-four hours each
18 PQUHDS OF BLOOD
b the average quantity in a healthy
adult, but it is the quality of the blood
that determines our strength to resist
sickness. With weak blood we find
cold hands and chilly feet; in children
an aversion to study, and in adults
In changing seasons get abundant
fresh air and take a spoonful of Scott's
Emulsion after meals, because Scott's
Emulsion is a rich blood-food that will
increase both quantity and quality of
the blood while it warms the body and
helps carry off the impurities.
When multitudes of people are to
day taking Scott's Emulsion to avert
winter sickness, and are giving it to
their children, it is careless to neglect
its benefits. Luok out for substitutes.
6coU & Bcwne. Ulooiuacld. N. J. 15-36
250 PAIRS OF
WALK-OVER COOT SHOP
817 8. IHlii St.
Bstwssa Harney aad Jaraam.
Bankers Will Meet
At Beatrice in May
HEATRIOK, Neb., Feb. S.-tSjvelat.)-Group
No. 1 of the Rankers' Association
of Southeastern Nebraska will hold Its
annual meeting In Peatrtce on May 10
and 11. The cities In the group Include
Lincoln, Nebraska City. Ilea ti Ice and
other towns, and It Is eapected thst about ,
3tM bankers will visit Beatrice at that
time. A number are expected from St.
Joseph and Kansas City.
Mrs. Julius Ialluge, an old resident of
Beatrice, died Sundav after a prolonged
illness, aged SH years. She was a native
of West I'russia an.l is survived by her
husband and five children.
Mrs. Samuel Berry passed sway at her
home In Beatrice Sunday niftht, aged tS
years. She leaves her husband and two
children. She was the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Dunii, old residents of
Beatrice, who recently located on a ranch
near Halgler. Neb.
The Methodist church, which has been
closed for the last few months because
of extensive Improvements belrut mado
on the edifice, was reopened Sunday with
special services, which were In charge of
Bishop Bristol of Omaha. The Improve
ments cost nearly IIO.OUO.
Committees were ' appointed yesterday
to arrange for Company C banquet to be
held at the Taddock hotel next Saturday
night. Governor Morehead, Adjutant Gen
eral Hall and ex-Stato Treasurer George
have sent word here that they, will at
tend the bamiuet.
WATBHIjOO, Neb., Feb. 8-(SpecIal.)
Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Todd of Waterloo
celebrated their golden wedding anniver
sary Monday afternoon and evening with
a reception, which was attended by more
than 201 guests. Mr. and Mrs. Todd were
married February 7, IfMJ,, at Hebron,
N. Y., and came to Wateiloo In 1S69. They
have conducted a hotel and livery busi
ness In that town ever since. They have
two children living, a eon and daughter.
both married, John K. Todd of Waterloo
and. Mrs. F. C. Kennedy of Valley. One
son, Jsmes J., died when a youn man.
They carried their weddlns; handkerchiefs
at the celebration Mondays. Among the
presents received were I16 In gold and
many other remembrances from friends.
Kotra from Kyraense.
SYRACUSE, Neb., Feb. 8. (SpeclaU
The village board decided to have an en
gineer's estimate made for an electric
light plant and to pass tho proper ordi
nance submitting the question to a vote
of the people at the spring election. It
has ordered the cancellation of five of
the water extension bonds, amounting to
t&.OOO, as the water extension has been
completed and these bonds are not needed
In payment for tha Improvements. The
board will have a special meeting I'Vbru-
Clean Liver and
Don't stay headachy, siok, ' or
have bad breath and
Wake up feeling fine! Best lax
ative for men, women
Knjoy lire! Remove the liver and bowel
poison which is keeping your head dlny.
your tongue coated, breath offensive and
stomach sour. Don't stay bilious, sick,
headachy, constipated and full of cold.
Why don't you get a box of Cascarets
from the drug store and eat one or two
tonight and enjoy the nicest, gentlest
liver and bowel cleaning you ever ex
perienced. You will wake up feeling fit
and fine. Cascarets never gripe or sicken
like salts, pills or calomel. They act so
ffently that you hardly reallre you have
taken a cathartic, t Mothers should give
cross, sick, bilious or feverish children a
whole Casoaret any time they act thor
oughly and are harmless.
I Was Enptured aad Was Cured and
Want to Tell Others Bow It
Holhlng to Sell No Charge Mads.
I will tell you how my severs rup
ture was cured, and how I believe
yours can be cured. The Infor
mation will not coat you a cent. I
will be glad to feel that I have
helped you, and that knowledge will
amply repay me. If you will Just
send your addrens (a postal will do).
1 will do the rest.
Mr rupture occurred from a strata
while at work, just as most rup
tures occur. I am a carpenter by
trade. Through, tha best of good
luck I found a means to obtain a
rurs, and was soon strong: aad wall
attain and back, at work.
It seems only fair that I should
let others share In. my good fortune,
snd that Is why I sm inviting, all
ruptured people to send me their ad
rireeses. Please remember that I
don't want a single cent of your
money. All I went Is your address.
Kend (t to me mmw, snd I fed sura
you will nevrr regret it. Addrras:
Kiiwene id. Hullen. f arrentT,wwU
slurctsllus Ave, lUbaiMuan, X. J.
ary 15 to consult With tho engineers te
a'aidliiR th electric llKht proposition.
1. S. iMrttng, for yenra a d runout and
leading business man of I'nsri lla. dl'-d
Saturday night after a lima I Inrss. Mr.
Hailing was largely known In thU rait
of the county, lie la .irled by hi wife
and three ilauchters.
Charles Hle!rnsn snd Ml Jennie
Blakesly of this village were married
Saturday nlKht at t-he home of tha bride's
father by Justice l. B. Wert. They will
reside on a farm near heir.
Some Have to Keep on Until
They Almost Drop. 1 low
Mrs. CcrJcy Got Uel;.
Her Uajettor from a wo-nan who
had to tvork,, but was too veak and suf
fered too much 1 3 contuiua. liow she
regained health :
, Frankfort, Ky. " I guITcrnd somuch
Tfith female weakness tlict I couid not
.o my own work,
hr.d tj lure it don.
I henrd so much
Compound that I
trletlit. I took three
bottles and I found
it to te nil you
c!r.!rr.. Now 1 f pel a
well ever Id: J and
tri c'rlota i!'B'lrry
ow n i.V -.?i I
recommend it to r.r:y woman gufTerirj
from fomalo wcaltnem. You may pu
llsh my letter if you wih. " ! !rs.jAMif
Conley,616 ft. CIcIr rt.Trankfort.K;'.
: No woman nufTcHnjr from any form cf
femala troubles uhould loe hope until
she has fiven Lydi.t H. Pinl.ham's Vcf;.
etnble Compound a fnir tiir.l.
This famous rrrioOy, the medicinal
ingredients of which aro derived from
native roots and hcrbn, hs3 for forty
years proved tobear.iotvcluablotonh
and invigoratorof the ft'maleorganisrr..
All women aro Invited to write
to tho Lvdia i:. Pinliliiwn Mcd:
cino Co., Lynn, Mush., for special
ftdvlc, It will bo conildcntlaL
Indigestion. One package
proves it. 25c at all druggists.
f'i l A Hsnd'Mada
I - Sou' Mash H
' VtHv WHISKEY
)f hip Kamtucky. II
where Wiii lBOND
. EXPERIENCE HAS SHOWN US THAT THE HEAVY BUSINESS IN GAS RANGES COMES IN ; 1
APRIL AND MAY. EVERY YEAR WE ARE RUSHED DURING THESE MONTHS AND HAVE .
TO PUT ON EXTRA HELP AND GO TO EXTRA EXPENSE TO HANDLE OUR BUSINESS. WHEN
IT COSTS US MORE IT COSTS YOU MORE, i THIS YEAR WE WANT TO START EARLY AND.'.
DISTRIBUTE OUR GAS RANGE BUSINESS OVER FEBRUARY . MARCH, APRIL AND MAY.
BY SO DOING WE REDUCE OUR COST AND GLADLY GIVE OUR CUSTOMERS THE BENEFIT
OF THE SAVING. '.. ... ;.. .
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Put a Range
Like This in
Selling Price: Until: April
. PAYMENTS, $3.00 DOWN; $2.00 A MONTH.
A NEAT, CONVENIENT, EFFICIENT,
, GOOD ENOUGH FOR ANY HOME.
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