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8 Till- : NORFOLK NINVS : FIUDAY , AlfJlrST 10,1001.
F. H , Livingstone the Author
of "Which is Who ? "
PRESENTED HERE NOVEMBER 10
The Author and Mr. nntl Mrs. H. S.
Livingston0 Lofl For Nebraska City
This Morning ° Begin Rehearsals.
Forty Weeks' Season ArrnnEod-
I'rom Hiilimlnr'n Dnllyi
Perhaps there are few who know that
Norfolk IH the birthplace of what prom
ises to bo ono of the loading theatrical
HUCcotKCM of tlio Reason. That the play
was not only written and prepared hero
luit that the route wnfl laid out , the
pnpi-r and company sccurod and all the
preliminary work for the season done
IIM-O , nnd that suoh work has boon going
on slnco early spring.
Mr. Frank 11. Livingstone , who makes
his homo horn , and has on several occa-
nlonH been of valuable assistance in
bringing HUCOOSB.to amateur entertain
ments and has rehearsed these taking
part In school and otherpubllooxorolHOH ) ,
bringing much credit to himself and his
pupils , is the manager of the company
and will bo assisted by Mr. and Mrs.
JI. S. Livingstone.
The new attraction is a throo-act-
comedy "Which is Who ? " pronounced
by thoKo who have reviewed It an ono of
the cleverest , most luughnblo comedies
ever written. The author Is Mr. Frank
Livingstone who was assisted in its
preparation by his brother , a writer and
newspaper man of rocogni/.od merit and
fully capuDlo of working funny comedy
situations into line language.
Besides managingtno company Frank
Livingstone will take the part of lending
man. MIH. H. S. Livingstone will tnko
the ingomto part as "Lilian Morchal"
mu\ the balance of the company of Ifi
l > ooplo is composed of high-salaried and
clover stage artlstt * of national reputa
tion , several of thorn having met great
success in the Now York dramatic field.
The company will also carry three of
the olovorst vaudeville acts out , also
their own orchestra loader. Included
in the vaudeville nets will bo the "hu
man lly" whoso act luvs aciiuirod renown
in Europe us well as Amorioa. There
will also bo a clover musical team.
These specialties will bo between acts
only as there Is no place in the show for
the introduction of specialties , the com
edy requiring the entire attention of
the nudienco.
Hohoarsals will begin at Nebraska
City on the Ifith nud the company will
open the opera house nt that pluco on
September a. It is booked for a solid
aoason of 10 weeks through Nebraska ,
South Dakota , Iowa and Minnesota.
The play will bo presented hero on
November 10 nud the company hopes
for n rousing reception in their hometown
town nud expect to present an attraction
worthy of puoh n reception.
In November Manager Livingstone
expects to put n ropcrtoire company on
the road composed of 20 people which
will bo routed through to California nnd
with two companies out Mr. Living-
etouo will have his tiino well occupied
nud will undoubtedly attain the success
to which ho aspires. Ho is not now to
the bnslnoHS by any means , having man-
ngod the Creightou Orphoum in Ouinhn ,
n loading theatre in Kansas Oity and
Las spout about 13 years of his life in
the profession , principally as manager.
During the season Mr. Livingstone's
eon , Frankie , will make his homo here
with his grandmother , Mrs. E.A. Hltoh-
cock.
ANOTHER FIRE.
Department Called Out by a Blaze at
Albert Degner's Barn.
From Tui'fdny'e Dully.
A flro'in the rear of Albert Degnor's
barn at his homo on South Fourth street
late yesterday nftornoon brought n re-
spouM ) from the department that con
sumed little time. The Mast and Qticou
Oity Hose companies and the Pioneer
Hook and Ladder company were on-
ronto before the alarm had finished
Hounding , but with all their hurry It
wns found that an impromptu organiza
tion of neighbors with garden hose nud
buckets had arrived ahead of thorn and
had the bla/o completely squelched ,
The damage to the property was
nothing whatever. It is believed that
n lighted cigar or cigarette stub or child
ren playing with matches were respon
sible for the tiro.
I wish to take this occasion to express
niy gratification and pride in the manner
in which the boys turned out to the fires
of yesterday and last week. Your
promptness and hearty co-operation
makes it a pleasure for mo to act as your
chief. 0. E. HAKTKOIIU.
Gold Discoved Near Wausa.
W. F. Murkle , living eight miles
northeast of this town , has probably
discovered a gold miuo on his farm.
He was digging n well in a draw last |
week when he struck upon a layer of
gold colored ere or rock. Ho brought a
mimplo of it to town nud took it in to
Jeweler Johusou to have it tested. Mr.
Johnson declares that the eainplo con-
tctltiB n big percentage of pure gold and
nays Mr. Murkle has struck a bonanza.
To make doubly sure of the matter the
V J sample wns forwarded to the state geol-
oglut at Lincoln for further tost. Mr.
MuilcloiwyH that judging from what
was found when digging the well there
Is an amount of the ere deposited in the
same draw , nnd if It proves to possets
the poicontago of gold now anticipated
his fortune IH otirtainly iniulo. The
finding of the state geologist is awaltod
with interest iu these parts. Wanna
Uiwutto.
TEN-INNINQ GAME.
Humphrey Defeats Norfolk in a Closely
Contested Exhibition.
The Norfolk base ball team Buffered
efoat nt the hands of Humphrey yes-
orday in n ton-Inning game through no
artlmihxr fault of their own , the boys
hewing up remarkable well for the first
line they played together. The game
viis clone until the ninth Inning whnn
ho Huinphroy men bunched a few hits
If of Turner HO that ho was displaced
iy Choatwood. The lattor's arm was
ory lanio , ho having pitched two hard
jainoB ou the two days previous and
oiiHoqnontly was not able to pitch his
ost. The Huinphroy toaui tied the
ooro and In the tenth inning tnado four
nero runs making the sooro I ) to 5 in
aver of the Humphroyltos. Many
ooni inclined to critiolso tlio team nnd
ho management for the loss of the
jamo. Time will undoubtedly prove
holr opinions are too hastily formed
ind that there was no real fault to bo
ounil , but that it was duo to n streak of
> iid luck. After some good practice together
gothor today and tomorrow the team
vill undoubtedly bo In bettor condition ,
The score was :
lumphrey 001000013 4 0
Norfolk 0 0002 000 0-5
Battorlon : Humphrey , Gallaskl and
Joar ; Noifolk , Turner , Choatwood and
Juohnor. TimolCO. : : Umpire W. D.
Westfnl.
Wednesday the Glonwood , la. , team
vill play hero and n fast game is prom
sod as the Glonwood teams claim to boone
ono of the fastest amateur teams iu the
vest.
The New Commandments.
I.
Thou shalt not go away from homo to
do thy trading , nor thy son , nor thy
daughter.
u.
Thou shalt patronize thy homo mor
ilmntH , and thy homo printer , for yea ,
verily doth thy homo printer spread
over the glad tidings of thy goodness
iiud greatness and they shall patronize ,
thoo.
in.
Thou shalt employ thy own mechan
ics that they may not bo driven from
their homes to find broad for their
little ones. Thou shalt ulso consider
him thy neighbor , above- all that
dwolloth in a strange town.
IV.
Thou shalt not ask for credit , as
goods cost much nnd the merchant's
brain is burdened with bills. His
children clamor daily for broad , and
its wife nbideth at homo for lack of
such raiment as adornoth her sister.
Blessed , yea , thrice blessed , is the man
that pays cash.
v.
Thou shalt not ask for reduced prices
for thine "Influence , " for guile is in
thine heart timl the merchant readoth
it like an open book. He laughoth theo
to ceoru and shoutoth to his clerks ,
Ila.lm ! "
VI.
Thou shalt do whatever lieth in thy
power to encourage and promote the
welfare of thine own town and thine
own people.
VII.
Thou shalt not snil'or the voice of
pride to overcome thee and if other
towns entice theo , consent then not ,
for thou mayest bo deceived.
VIII.
Thou shnlt spend thy earnings at
homo that they may return from
whence they came and give nourish
ment to such as may come after theo.
IX.
Thou shnlt not bear false witness
against the town wherein thou dwell-
oat , but speak well of it to all inou.
x.
Thou shalt keep these commandments
and teach them to thy children ovou
unto the third and fourth generations ,
that they may bo made to flourish nnd
grow in plenty when thou art laid to
rest with thy fathers. Ex.
Itenl Entitle Truusfors.
The following are the transfers of
real estate in Madison county for the
week ending August 10 , 1001 , as re
ported by D. J. Koonigstein , official ab
stacter :
Luther A. Russel to Edith D. Hos
kins wd swl. of *
, Bw-4 19-S4-4.
August H. Kiesau to Peter J. Barnes ,
wd lot 2 , block 1 , Herman A. Pasewnlk
sub. division to Norfolk , $1175.
Samuel D. Ryuearsou to Charles
Fraser , wd wl8 0-33-1.
Cora E. Harvey to P. S. Boatty and
E. II. Walker , wd lot 2 , block 22 of sab.
division of out lot 5 , Railroad add. to
Newman Grove.
Charles Ostermau to Frnuo J. Yost ,
qcd 5 acres in no corner of ul of uw1- !
*
23-24-1.
John W. McDonald to Sarah Raukiu
wd lot 5 , block 5 Lewis add to Meadow
Grove.
Marie Ileckman to Ernstino Tows
wd lot 1 , block IS , W. T. L. Go's Isi
add. to Norfolk Junction , 175.
THE NEWS keeps its job department
up-to-date with the latest faces of type
and does its work in approved style ,
THE CIRCUS.
A Largo Number of Pcoplo Corno In
to Sou the Great Eastern Show.
I'lom Tno d/iy' Dully.
The Great ISnsturii circus arrived in
town this morning at nn early hour on
x special train of nlnu cars , including
two utoclc cars , two sleeping coaches
and flvo flat cars loaded with cages ,
ijhariots and wagons. A largo spread
of canvni wns uiado on the Olnoy
grounds on South Second street , the or
ganization showing thnt it was well
equipped with touts nnd other circus
paraphernalia. The horses accompany
ing the show were slook-looklng ani
mals and the first Impression received
by the onlooker won that the flhow was
above the average of small railway cir
cuses ,
The unloading was witnessed by the
usual numborof big nnd llttlo kids and
the operation of oreottng the touts also
attracted considerable attention. To
ward noon there was a very rospootnblo
orowd of people lining the streets to BOO
the parade. A largo proportion of the
orwod was farmers nnd their families
Who were in to enjoy the day.
Tlio parade took place nt 13 ; 30 aud a
very creditable showing was made , two
bauds being in line and the parade extending -
tending over a length of several blocks.
The display of horses wns especially
lino. Tlio usual free exhibition followed
the pnrado at the show grounds nud n
largo number of people attended the
nftoruoou performance. This consisted
of many fine acts. The traposo exhibi
tions were good the tumbling was above
the average as was also the bare-back
riding. It is anticipated that there will
bo another good attendance at tonight's
performance. From hero the show goes
to Wnyuo.
NEW CONGREGATIONAL PASTOR
Dr. Ashley Receives and Accepts a
Call Will Provide a Parsonage.
From Wodnexlny's Dal y.
D At the special business meeting of the
First Congregational church held last
evening the chnrch extended a call to Dr.
John T. Ashley of Fostoria , Ohio , to become -
come the pastor hero. Rev. Mr. Ashley
has filled the pulpit here for the past
mouth and that ho has douo so with
satisfaction to the m uiborship was at
tested by the notion of the mooting last
light.
A committee was appointed to wait
upou Dr , Ashley and inform him of the
notion taken. lie was by them escorted
to the meeting where ho was given
n hearty greeting. The doctor spoke olo-
ineutly , though briefly thanking the
church for its actlouspeakiug especially
of a pastor's relation to the church and
the great mission of the church.
A committee was appointed to arrange
for calling n council of the churches to
install Dr. Ashley , Those services will
probably take place during the latter
part of September.
Tlio meeting also voted to provide a
pnrsouogo.for the pastor , a committee
jcing appointed to investigate the
matter with n view to purchasing or
building n suitable residence. This
committee is to report at an adjourned
meeting of the church to bo held Friday
evening of this week. Contributions
toward providing a parsonage have al
ready boon pledged to the amount of
Jl,800 and it is hoped thnt the church
may'see the way clear to speedily se
cure such a one that will bo a credit not
only to the church and the pastor butte
to the community as well.
Dr. Ashley will preach hero next Sun-
lay and then will probably be absent
from the oity for a month or so closing
up his affairs at his homo in Ohio.
BEGA.
Chas. Harris went to Norfolk on busi
ness Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy and children
visited in Norfolk Tuesday.
George Wentherholt of Hoskius is in
this vicinity repairing wolls.
Miss Anna Lund is very sick at the
homo of her brother , Andrew Lund.
Mr. Houdricson nud family , living
east of Bega , attended church Sunday.
Two Mormon elders conducted the
service in the schoolhouse Sunday after
noon.
The Begn Sunday school is prepar
ing for n picnic next Thursday at Mr.
Luudquist's grove.
Mrs. Mncouiber of Norfolk and Mrs.
Armstrong and daughter , May , of
Omaha visited with Mrs. Luudquist
Friday.
Letter Li-it.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
at the postoulce August 12,1001 :
John Burch , Cressy Borword , E. M.
Outhortsou , F. 0. Drayer , T. B. Kail ,
W. A. Leavitt , Mrs. James B. O'Neill ,
W. R. Parks , Miss Bertha Raabo , H.
Wolf , Nat Whipplo , C. E. Wnseu.
If not called for in 15 days will bo
sent to the dead letter oillco.
Parties calling for nuy of the above
please say advertised.
P. P. SPUECHEirr P. M.
Low Rates to Buffalo Pan-American.
The Nickle Plata road selling
tickets at exceptionally low rates to
Butl'alo and return , good for 10 , 15 nnd
30 days. For particulars and Pau-
American folder of buildings nnd
grounds , write John Y. Calahan , gen
eral agent , 111 Adams etroet , Chicago.
Oity ticket oillco 111 Adams street.
Glcnwood the Victor , But Had
to Play Ball.
NOTHER GAME FORSATURDAY.
isltors are Pleased With Norfolk
Pcoplo and With Umpire Smith.
Game is Witnessed by a Largo
Crowd Iowa Boys arc Winning.
mm ThnrmlAjr'H Dnlh/i
The ball game yesterday afternoon
lotwocn the Glonwood , Iowa , team
nil the Norfolk organization was uu-
oubtodly the fastest and snappiest
thnt has boon played hero this
oasou.
The Iowa team was ounblod to win
ho game only by the fact that they have
layod together so long that each thor
uglily understands the other and know
11 their best qualities and their weak
They are gentlemanly in their
londuct nnd are out apparently for pure
eve of tlio gamo. They have played
very day since they started on their
our of Nebraska nud have not yet lost a
umo , although they have boon matched
gainst ono of Omaha's best teams and
gainst Homo of the swiftest teams of
ho Btnto. At West Point they were
ivoti to understand that they might ox
ect shabby treatment at the hands of
ho people of Norfolk and were delight
ully disappointed to find that the esti-
: nato was not correct. They assort that
vhilo they had the umpire to play
igainst at West Point , Smith of Tlldou
, vus the best umpire audgavo the quick
jst , fairest and clearest decisions of any
umpire they over played under. They
ilso state that the Norfolk team gave
lioui the hardest rub of nuy team in the
tate nnd were fearful that the game
, vas lost until the last inning had been
playod.
The Norfolk team certainly did well
and if hold together and practiced will
make ouo of the strongest teams in the
tate. It is the general opinion of the
poctntors that they uindo an hones !
d determined effort to win from the
isitors. Jnleski put up a splendid
amo in the box and any team organized
ess perfectly than the Iowa boys would
unquestionably have boon defeated.
lis support whs very good nud there
, vas a remarkable abseuce of errors or
both side ? . The Glouwood team went
from hero to Oakdalo for a game today
and will return and play another gauio
with the Norfolk team Saturday.
There was a large attendance of Nor-
'olk people nt the gauio and the innnago
uieut is encouraged to farther efforts to
make the sport worthy of patronage
Wnyiio is to play Norfolk tomorrow
afternoon and a good game is promised
'or both tomorrow nnd Saturday after
loous. An interesting gauio is scheduled
: o take place at Vordigro Sunday bo
: weo'i the Croightou and West Polu
teams nud there will undoubtedly bo i
.argo . attendance from this city. It if
said thnt there will be a special train u ]
from West Point on thnt occasion.
The story of yesterday's game in dc
ail was as follows :
GLUN OOD.
AH. H. H , O. A. K
Wonda.cf . 4 1 Z 0
J , WilkicB. o . 4 1 8 1
liDBOt,2b 2 4 r.
{ ewe , 31) . 4
Htoolo , Ib . 3 1 8 0
'iVilklneon , p . ' . . . 4 1 0
Reynolds , es
Hall.rf
O. Willclns.lf
Totnla 83 I 1 27 12 "
NORFOLK.
AH. H. H. O. A. ]
Chentwood , 3b
Davoy.Zb
I'artrldsB. Ib 4 0 1 11 0
Perrino , cf
Alberts , If
liuohnor , o
Carroll , rf
Plam.es
Jalaski , p
Totals 31 2 9 24 10
Qlenwood * -
Norfolk -
Earned rune : Qlenwood 3 , Norfolk 2. Let
on baaoa : Glouwonil 4. Norfolk 6. Two-baBO
hltBi Chontwooil. Davoy , Partridge , Carroll
HaaenubalU : OT | Jalaekt. Struck out : I )
Wilklnsoo7 , by JalnoltlS , Uonbleplays : Wi
ktneou to Rowe to Jolmeon. Plum to Dnve >
Stolen baaoa : J , Wilkiua , Johnson 2. titoele 3
Wilkinson. Sacrifice hits : O. Wilklne , Bnoh
nor. Papa ball : H olmer. Wild throw : Ja
aakl. Porter , Jouea ami Turner wpra the eitr
playera for Norfolk , Turner batting for Plurr
iu tno ninth iutilng. Umpire , Smith. Time o
game , 1:15 :
IVhntblmll We Have for Dessert ?
This question arises iu the family
every day. Let us answer it today
Try Jell-O , n delicious dessert. Prepared
pared in two minutes. No baking lad
hot water and set to cool. Flavors-
Lemon , oraugo , raspberry and straw
berry. At your grocers. 10 cents.
GOSHEN , 111. Geuesso Pare Food CoLe
Lo Roy , N. Y. : Dear Sirs Some day
since a package of yourJGraiu-O prepar
tlon was loft nt my office. I .took i
homo aud gave it a trial , ana * I have t
pay I was very much pleased with it as
substitute for coffee. Wo have alway
used the best Java and Mocha Iu ou
family , but I am tree to say I like th
Grain-0 as well as the best coffee I eve
drank. Rospoctfull" yours ,
A. 0. JACKSON , M. D.
The complete service of "Tho Chic
ago-Portlaud Special" via Union Pacific
enables passengers to roach the princi
pal c ties between the north and Pacific
coast and Missouri river not only iu the
shortest possible space of time , but also
iu the most comfortable and enjoyable
manner. The dining cars on this train
are stocked with the best the market
affords , All meals served a la carte.
lie Und Too Mini ? Nninci. |
About two yenra before Mr. Sawyer
retired from the senate hla mull ono
morning contniiit-d a touching letter
from a inns In Maryland whoso homo
hud Just b t brightened by thu ar
rival of n bouncing boy. The fond
parent wunt on to tell that the boy
would be named I'hllotua Buwyer
Jonca nnd expressed the hope that the
child would grow up an honor to the
unuio nnd the possessor of the line
traits of character thnt distinguished
the generous hearted man whoso name
would be borne by himself.
Senator Sawyer went to the senate
chamber with a warm glow Iu his
heart nnd the determination to send
that fond parent a nice big check. He
felt so good thnt ho showed the letter
to Senator Allison. The Iowa man
chuckled as ho read It aud produced u
letter almost Identical , except that the
youug prodigy was 'to be named Wil
liam Allison Jones.
It was too good to keep , and they
told the story to Senator Edmunds of
Vermont. That stnteiy old gentleman
melted sufficiently to smilingly produce
a letter of similar purport Then there
ensued a comparison oC seuntoflal
notes , showing that the youthful Marylander -
lander had been fairly loaded with dis
tinguished names from Justin Morrlll
Jjucs to Don Camorpn Jones. Thnt
Maryland Infant received no birthday
present Milwaukee Wisconsin.
CoiiftiNlnir.
When the matron called upon the
lrldo of three mouths , she discovered
her In tears.
"Why , my dear , wbat Is the mat
ter ? " she cried.
"I want ty dlol I want to diet" sob
bed"tiio brlde.
"There , dour , there ! What Is the
matter ? "
It's-lt's Unrryl" sobbed the girl
wildly.
"Hns ho been abusing you ? "
"No-o-o , but oh , dear , what shall I
do ? "
"What on earth Is the matter , dear ? "
"Ilc ho-oh , I can't tell you ! ' . '
"You must Has ho been staying
out late nights ? "
"No-o-ol"
"Has ho been drinking ? "
"No-o-o I"
"Then wlmt Is the matter ? "
"lie ho doesn't love mo any more ! "
The matron drew the sobbing girl to
her side.
"Now toll me an , dear , " she wills
pered.
"When when ho c-carac homo last
night , ho didn't k-k-klss mo ! " she sob
bed.
bed."My
"My dear , " said the matron , "you'll
get over that When my husband cnmo
homo last night he did kiss me , nud I
have been wondering ever since what
ho has been up to. " Detroit Free
Press. . . - . .rrr -
The editor of Life and Beauty , a
British organ on hygiene and diet , suc
ceeded In eliciting from a few popular
writers replies on the subject of diet
which they find most conducive to
good work.
Hall Calno wrote : "I am afraid I
have no theories on the subject of diet
If I kuew anything that would be
worth telling , I would avail myself of
Its advantages , being a constant mar
tyr to all the troubles tljat attend diet. "
Mr. Zangwlll's answer wns brief and
epigrammatic , "Unfortunately I 1mvo
never eaten to work , but always work
ed to eat"
"John Oliver Ilobbes" confessed thnt
she "tried vegetarianism for two years
but now finds that , ou the whole , the
ordinary diet of the country Is the
best"
Mmc. Sarah Grand said she never
drank milk. "I never forget the horrible
rible cow , " she added In explanation.
Marie Corelll answered characterls
tlcally with a quotation from "Ham
let : " "I eat the air , promise crammed ,
You cannot feed capons so. "
Took It Away From the Jury.
There are any number of stories to
bo printed about Judge Caldwell , but
hero Is one that Is said to be typical
He was hearing an argument whereby
nn attorney for an Insurance company
was attempting to cvado payment of
Insurance on a purely technical ground
Judge Cnldwell Interrupted him. "Lc
mo understand you , Brother Todd , " ho
said to the attorney. "The policy wag
Issued ? "
"Y"es , " was the reply.
"And the premiums were paid ? "
"Yes. "
"And it was not set on fire ? "
"No. "
"Brother Todd , " said Judge Cald
well , "you can sit down. The Jury
will return a verdict for the plaintiff. '
Indianapolis Sun.
Diplomacy In the Pnlplt.
"Jos' ono word , " said Undo Remus
from the pulpit as the collection was
.bout to be taken ; "dnr's been a mighty
sight ob chicken stcalln 'bout hero late
ly. Now , don' any you nlggars dat
help steal dcra chickens put nuffiu in do
'lection box. I'ze not goln hab any you
'egracln de good Lawd dat way , no
hovrl" Harper's Bazar.
A Father to Do Appreciated.
Teacher I called to see you , sir
about your son's schooling and am sorry
ry to say that he Is behind in hla
studies.
Parent That's all right If ho wasn' '
behind , how could ho pursue them ?
Boston Courier.
How It Started.
A restaurant keeper in Galena hung
out the sign , "Our meals are hard to
beat. " A rival rubbed out the "b" In
"beat" And then the fight commenc
ed. Kansas City Journal.
A German physician explains why
red haired persons seldom seem to go
BO bald as others , Red hairs are sr
thick that 30,000 cover a head as wel
as IGOjOOO blond or 105,000 black hairs
VALUED TESTIMONIAL.
"Oliver Wnlto of Lyons , Nebraska ,
Guardian of Children of JolmA
i _ Douglas , Olvc Unqualified _
Indorsement to |
THE BANKERS RESERVE MFE.
Trompt Payment $5,000 for tuo
_ Children , Scut on Very Day
Proof * of Death Wcro !
. Received. , _ i.
The Cankers Ues-jrvo Ltfp Association
has Just jmld Jo.tWO In caali to .Oliver
\Valte of Lyons , Nebraska , guardian ot
the . minor children of the lute John A.
Douglas of Luutul , Nebraska , Mr. Doue-
lati Is the tli-Bt of the Bankers Kcservo
lAte Association board of four hundred
callei' from eurth. JUs brief Illness and
sudden death Kudilt'iiud the community
where ho hud resided so many years , but
the little ones he left behind are amply
provided for through a J5.UUO policy In the
Bankers Iteservo Life Association ,
TUB FL.AT'IEIUNU TESTIMONIAL
which Mr. Waltc gives without suggestion
or solicitation Is a strong argument for
the home company und 1U management :
Lyons , Neb. , August 7 , I'M. '
Cankers Reserve Life Association ,
Omaha , Neb.
Gentlemen : I desire to convey to thd
ofilcers of your worthy company the sin
cere thanks of the many friends of the
lute John A. Douglas of Laurel , Neb. , for
the prompt payment In full of the $5,000
policy curried by him. The proofs of this
claim being received by you August 7th
Inst. . the Immediate approval und sending
of chock In settlement In full the same
date , through your agent , Mr , John A ,
Dempster , for delivery to me as guardian ,
on surrender of the policy , Is evidence ot
your promptness In the payment oC
claims.
I have known President Tloblson and
Vice President and Treasurer Latta for
more than a quarter of a century , know
these gentlemen to be able , responsible ,
honest business men and worthy citizens
of our state. The Interests of policy hold
ers will be suf'j when entrusted to their
watchful care. I bespeak tor your .vorthy
company a liberal patronage and have
jio doubt thut it will become a large linun-
clal institution of Nebraska.
( Signed. ) OLIVER WAITE ,
Guardian.
Mr. Walte Is a prominent , well known.
wealthy pioneer ot Nebraska. He hi s re
sided for a generation It. Uuit county.
ll\a \ words of commendation are , v suf.
flclent reply to the earplug alien critics
who would destroy the homo life com
panies to build up jutsldc Institutions.
THE ADV1SOHY I3OAUD
of the Hankers Reserve Life Association ,
made up of four hundred of the beat citi
zens and business men ot Nebraska , is
u power for the upbuilding of this home
institution. The members of the board not
ony | watch over the local Interests of the
company but protect It from impostors
nnd frauds , Mr. Douglas was a valued
member of this board und Is the first of
the 400 to be taken away. He jfave tha
company his heurty approval whlls liv
ing and Ma friends C6mmtaid It for
PROMPT PAYMENT OF LOSSES.
Tlio Cankers Reserve Life Association
Is one of Nebraska's reliable Institutions.
Its place In the insurance history of tha
BVlt ' ? flxcdl Tlle Uttering- testimonials
of business men , beneficiaries and stata
offlolals all combine to show It Is th < 4
moat vigorous , determined , succeeeful ondf
* "fe company ever organized In
th I1
B. H. ROBISON , PRESIDENT , *
Is eager for additional help to push forward *
/ward / tha greed work. HewanU 100 exporJ
Jenced underwriters to contract for
fory immediately. Itjjjlm at
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N/rlht > ru Wisconsin Hallway Farm Lands
For Sale.
The Chicago , St. Paul , Minneapolis
& Omalia railway has for sale in North-
era Wisconsin , at low prices and easy
terms of payment , about 850,000 acres
of choice farm lauds.
Early buyers will secure the advan
tage of locations on the many beautiful
streams and lakes , which abound with
fish and furnish n never ending nnd
most exoelleut water supply , both for
family use and for stock. *
Laud is generally well timbered , the
soil fertile and easy of cultivation and
this is rapidly developing into one of
the greatest sheep and cattle raising
regious in the northwest.
Chicago , Milwaukee , St. Paul , Minneapolis - '
eapolis , Duluth , Superior , Ashland nnd
other towns onThe Northwestern
Line" fnruish good inaikets for stock
and farm produce.
For further particulars address :
GEO. W. BELL ,
Laud Commissioner , Hudson Wis. , or
G. H. MACRAE ,
Asst. Gen'IPass. Ag't.St. Paul , Minn.
Career and Character of Abraham Lincoln. .
An address by Joseph Choate , Ambassador - /
bassador to Great Britain , on the career
and character of Abraham Lincoln his
early life his early struggles with the
world his character as developed in
the later years of his life and his ad
ministration , which placed his name so
high on the world's roll of houor and
fame , has been published by the Chicago ,
Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway and may
be had by sending six Hi ) cents in post
age to F. A Miller , General Passenger
Agent , Chicago , 111.
IMPORTED
Stransky Steel = Ware
QUADRUPLE COATED.
A little higher in price , but outlasts n
dozeu.pieces of go-called cheap enameled
ware.
For sulo at
ALBERT DEQNER'S.

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