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ANOTHER TURN FOR DIYORCE
Reynoldson Caae Comes on Appeal
COUHTY TREASURERS PAYING
Respond to Apprnl of Stnte Trrns-
Mr anil Send In Their Cash for
Txm Danshtcr of Andltcr
CFrom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. May 12.-Speclat.)-Tho eel
ebrated Boone county divorce case of
Rcynoldson vs. Reynoldson will have an
other airing In the supreme court, Mrs.
Reynoldson having appealed to the court
to set aside the verdict of the Cherry
county court which gave her former hus-
tana. James Boyer. a divorce from a
common law marriage. She sets out
that she was never the common law wife
County Treasurer Pay.
A large number of. county treasurers,
listening to the appeal for funds to help
pay off outstanding Btate warrants, sent
In their dues to the state treasurer this
morning and the result wilt help some.
Among the counties which responded the
most liberally were Hamilton with $6,000,
Ballne with 110,000, Kearney with $10,000
and Wayne with $8,000.
Gnnrdsmcn nt Practice.
The first detachment of national guard
men to report for target practice on the
Lincoln range came In today and will
at once take up the work. They hall
from Nebraska City and will stay two
days. Another detachment from the
came company will report Wednesday
end the balance Friday. The Beatrice
company will report next week, begin
Ml Iforrnrd 111.
Miss Call Howard, daughter of State
Audltbr W. B. Howard, Is very 111 with
pneumonia at the home of her parents
In Lincoln. She was taken ill Sunday
nnd Is -under the care of a physician.
About 260 old Boldlers havo reported
yBs participating In the battle of Gettys
burg and entitled to come In under the
npprpprlatlon for railroad fare to pay
the way of all participants In that battle
.to the fiftieth anniversary. At present
Captain Trlble Is unable to say how
many of these will report for duty when
the train starts. About a dozen of the
number participated In the battle on the
Bide of the gray.
Start New Tlntltllnjr.
Work began today on the basement of
the new agricultural building at the
ptate fair grounds. As soon as the base
ment Is completed bids will be made for
the structure which Is Intended to be a
model In every way.
MAJOR WHITE WILL ATTEND
BLAIR, Neb., May 12. (Special.)
Major J, P. White, who served In the
Tenth New Tork cavalry, and was In
the battle of Gettysburg, is planning to
attend the fiftieth anniversary celebra
tion In July. He will go In company with
c. comrade from South Dakota, who was
his company's blacksmith. Judge E. C.
Jackson of Blair was there In the morn
ng of the first day's fight and Joe S.
Cook and James Sylvls, also of this
City, 2 were, with their regiments, In the
jiear vicinity. Isaac McCann and T. M.
WrlgKt-of '.Kennard; this .county., were In
the great vbatt;le. but ivere pnllsted' on
the cTederate sldfi. The obd"Ve'.1a?e bV
lleved'jfo be the only veterans frojn this
counfy. who partlclpatedln the Gettys
burg (fight. The Jlew Tork cavalry, to
which Major White belonged, has already
held two reunions at Gettysburg.
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60 Neal 3-Day Liquor Cure
The wonderful success of the NEAL, 3
DAY TREATMENT for AlchollBm Is
conclusively demonstrated by tho rapid
multiplication of NEAL INSTITUTES all
over the world. There are now GO of
these In active operation In the United
States, Canada and Australia, and every
one reports a uniform, unbroken record
of successful cures. This in Itself Is
the best evidence of the genuine merit of
the NEAL J-DAT TREATMENT, and
should forever silence those uninformed
criUcB who scoff at the Idea of curing
the liquor habit In S days.
The Chicago Hospital, an Institution of
the highest standing, after a careful in
vestigation of the NEAL S-DAY TREAT
MENT by Its officers, medical staff and
management Indorsed this method and
recommended It strongly as an absolutely
successful treatment for the drink habit
The NEAL TREATMENT does away
with the dangerous and painful use of
the .hypodermic needle four or five times
dally for a period of rur to seven weeks.
Dr- Neat's marvelous treatment that has
so successfully revolutionized old time
methods consists of perfectly harmless
Internal vegetable medicines that posi
tively do this work In three days' time.
All Interested should call, write or
phone the NEAL INSTITUTE, 1502 Bo.
loth St, Omaha, Neb, Phone Douglas
Rail Board Wants
Definite Plans on
(Prom a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN. May .-(8peclal.)-C. W.
Baker and H. P. Burhman appeared be
fore the railway commission today In
an endeavor to sound the commission as
to how their application for permission
to build an electric road from Niobrara
to Sioux City would bo received, provid
ing one should be tiled.
They propose to ask for an Issue of
bonds for $7,000,000, to be sold at 72
cents on the dollar. Should the road bo
completed to Sioux City another line wilt
be extended from that place to Omaha
and possibly from Niobrara to O'Neill.
It Is understood that a power plant
will be erected at some place oh the
Niobrara river from which water will
bo taken to run the plant
The board gave them no assurance
what would be done, giving them to un
derxtnnd that after plans were prepared
and a proposition filed with the board
the latter would be in a position to give
To Speak in Beatrice
BEATRICE. Neb., May 12. (Special.)
Governor Morehead yesterday notified
President Pase of the Beatrice Commer
cial club that he would accept the Invi
tation to attend the booster banquet and
get-together meeting to be held In this
city next Thursday evening, May 15. Sec
retary Whltten of the Lincoln Commer
cial club and Wait Mason of Emporia,
Kan., have also been invited to attend
Claude Huston and Miss Mildred Moses,
both of this city, were married Saturday
afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Christian
parsonnge, Tlev .C. F. Stevens officiating.
Carroll G. Pearse. who has Just been
re-elected superintendent of the schools
at Milwaukee, was formerly superinten
dent of schools hero, and went from Be
atrice to Omaha, where he held a similar
Mrs. C. S. Bowman, sister of Mrs. L
E. Howey of this city, died Friday at
Milwaukee. The body was taken to Lin
coln yesterday. The deceased was quite
well known In this city. "
Farmers report that the ground In this
section of the state Is thoroughly soaked,
and that prospects for a bumper cron of
wheat and oats werp never brighter.
ARRIVES AT LINCOLN
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, May 12.-(Speclai)-Judge
Silas A. Holcomb, member of the new
Board of Control, arrived In the city lost
night and this morning called at the Of
fice of the governor looking for a place
to hang his hat
So far the board has not been able to
locate headquarters, and until Judge
Howard Kennedy arrives the matter will
probably no't be settled. Henry Gerdes,
the first member of the board to arrive,
ha? been here two weeks looking over the
stnte house trying to find a place that
he could really feel at home in, .but bo
far tbere has been nothing doing.
Judge Holcomb will movo his family
from Broken Bow as soon as he can
fTnd time to move them and a'ilace in
Lincoln for them to live in when they
get here. At present he will live at the
Judge Holcomb became officially ac
quainted with the old structure when' he
,was elected governor by the populist
party In 1894, serving two terms, and
again when he served on the supreme
bench. Soon after his retirement from
the supreme court he moved to the Pa
cific coast In search of health,. but re
turned to Nebraska thre eyears ago and
has since resided at his old homo in
Broken Bow, taking up his old profession
of practicing law.
IN MADISON THURSDAY
MADISON, Neb., May 11. (Special.)-,
Thursday afternoon occur here the
district convention of the Castles of
lTifrhiandRra comnrlslnir Northeast Ne
braska. In addition to the usual routine
business one delegate and ono alternate
will be elected to represent the district
at the National Executive meeting of
the Supreme Castle which meets onoe
In four years. Mayor Fred n, Davis Is
mentioned as a suitable person to send
as a delegate to the National Executive
meeting and Is the present Illustrious
protector of Castle No. H, the largest
castle in the district, having S03 mem
bers. Mndlnnn has in operation five competi
tive cream stations handling cream, but
ter and eggs and other farm products.
News Notes of Seward.
SEWARD, Neb., May 11. (Special.)
At a special sitting of the district
court yesterday William Thomas was
divorced from Sarah Thomas; Everett
Myers from Zelma Myers, and Mrs. Nye
from William Nye. Mrs. Nye was
granted $1,7K alimony.
The Carnegie library and Toung Men's
Christian association buildings are near
The commencement exercises of -the
Lutheran Normal school will be held
NEBRASKA CITY BUSINESS
MAN FOUND DEAD IN HOME
NEBRASKA CITY.v May 12.-(Special.)
imnk Gallagher, one of the pioneer
restaurant keepers of this city, was
found lying on the floor of his room dead,
Sunday," He had gone home Saturday
night In the best of health and seemingly
well and was not seen by any one after
that. He is a widower and resided alone!
away from his place of business. Phy
sicians pronounced It a case of apoplexy.
He has been In the restaurant business
here for the pasf thirty years and was
about GO years of age. He has no known
relatives. Coroner Karstens has taken
charge of the body and may hold an
This Interests "Cverr Woman,
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and safest medicine at such times. You
cannot get better, purer medicine for
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60YERN0R REFUSES PARDON
Will Issue Parolo Instead to Daw.
SENTENCED FOR TWENTY YEARS
Ilonrd of Pnrdutm In Smulon nnd
Tnkra Action on Number of Cnttrs
Where Clemency linn Been
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, May lS.-(Speclal.)-The
State Board of Pardons has rccomonded
that the application of John K. Gay
man for a pardon be granted, but the
governor, after taking the matter under
consideration, has concluded not to
pardon tho man, but believes that a
parolo would be better.
Gayman was sentenced to the peniten
tiary from Dawson county and given
on Indctcrminato sentence of from one to
twenty years for tho shooting of a neigh
bor named P. K. Pedcn. Ho was received
at the penitentiary January ! 1911
Cluyman was arrested on a charge of
assault with Intent to kilt, the fight
starting over the depredations of a stray
hog. He was found guilty. The governor
believes that on account of the fact that
Cayman Is a man quick to anger and
unable to control his temper that It would
be better for the man to have something
to control hlm and for that teason be
lieves that a parolo would uo best.
Pardon Ilonrd Meets.
The board of nardons was In tension
today and will consider the nnnllcatlons
of nine men who riA.qlrA tn Raver thefr
connection with the stnte Institution
here they at present have their abode.
RftHert TftahA. .ant .,-..- Tim,
- - v .. v., .IV Ilk Win AlSMf, 1 11 0
count, for murder and received at the
penitentiary November 15, 1908, Is asking
for a commutation of sentence. Ilia
sentence was fwor twenty years.
Alfred Coleman, sent from Dnncrlnn
county for robbery and given thirteen
years, was received at the penitentiary
January 20, 911. He asks for a commuta
tion or sentence.
James Strong, a Sioux eountv nrls.
oner who was received at the peniten
tiary October 26. 1906. to servo a life sen-
tence for murder, Is asking the board for
Frank Delgada, sent from Keith county
for criminal assault and given a sen
tence of three years, was received Mnv
25, 1912. He would like to be pardoned
Charles Hoover, a Jefferson county first
degree murderer, serving a llfo sen
tence, was received Juno 29, 1907. Ho
would like to receive a commutation of
William Llptrap. v a Sheridan county
prisoner, sent up for attempted assault
and given an Indeterminate sentence of
from two to fifteen years, was recelveil
July 2, 1912. Ho wants a pardon.
Clarence Chaney, who halls from Red
Willow county, was received at tho prison
April IB, 1912 and clven an Indeiermli. n
sentence of from two to four years! for
uuempiea rounery. would Hko a commu
tation of. his term. '
Haymond Johns, from fihnrM.n ,,.,!,.
obtained some money under fnlse pre
tenses ana was sent to the penitentiary
November 29, 1912 to servo from one to
nve years. Ho would like a pardon.
John C. Heegel, changed his residence
from the city of Lincoln to the peniten
tiary June 24. 1912. not frnm eV.nlo K...
because of statutory assault. He' will
may mere live yearn, unless the board
gives him a commutation ,of sentence or
his good behavior lets him him out be
fore his term expires.
New Pastor nt Fnirbnrr.
FAIRBURY. Neb.. Mav IS Sneioi
Rev. J. T. Barker of rtneheer m v
arrived In Fairbury the last of the week
ana wm assume the pastorate of tho
Baptist church, taklnir the nlneA nt T?
E. B. Taft, who resigned some time ago
to taite the pastorate of the Grace Bap
tist church of Omaha. Rev. Mr. Parker
has been a student in the Baptist Theo
logical seminary at Rochester for the
last three yearn. He has a wife and
December nnd Mar Wed,
FAIRBURY. Neb.. Mav t. fSr,nll
County Judge C. C. Boyle united in mar
riage jonn u. New of Hollenberg, Kan.,
and Miss Linnle M. Cook, llvlnir at St aaIa
City In this county. The groom was 62
years oi age and his bride 17. Mr. and
Mrs. New left for Hollenbercr lmmpillnf aIv
aftr the ceremony, where they will make
ineir future home.
Referee File Iteport.
CLAY CENTER, Neb., May 11. (Spec-lal.)-aus
Norberg, referee In bankruptcy,
held a session of court yesterday. Two
bankruptcy cases were heard, that of
Benjamin F, Campbell of this city and
John F. Culln of Ong, this county. The
former had debts listed at Jl.fOO, with no
assets, and the latter debts amounting
to 11,609, with no assets.
"A n a"
A- B-A- Cheques
.r- it. "ZUJ .
kind of "Travel Money"
Money matters in traveling would be simple if you
could use American money throughout the world;
they -would be safe if you could use your check book
"A.B.A." Cheques practically enable you to do both.
They are the equivalent of $10, $20, $50 and $100
bank notes and require your signature to make them
good. Each cheque is engraved with its exact foreign
Meets in Blair
BLAIR, Neb.. May U.-(Speclal.)-The
fifteenth annual session of the Rebekah
District Assembly association of District
No. 1, of the Independent Order .of Odd
Fellows, convened in this city today and
held their secret session. This nssocta
tlon Is composed of the Rebekah lodges
of Pender, Lyons. Oakland, Craig, Te-
kamah and Blair and the annual meeting
of the association held tn tho respective
town havo always been well attended
and have proven most entertaining and
instructive. Delegates and visiting mem
bers tn attendance numbers over 100,
making It one of tho largest fraternal
meetings ever held in nintr. The Odd
Fellows hall was beautifully decorated
with pink nnd green, the emblematto col
ors of the Rebekah degree, nnd In which
the meeting was held.' The visitors were
cntertnlned at dinner and supper by the
members of the Blair lodge tn the Ma-
At the afternoon session tho regular
prepared program was carried out "and
was followed by a school of Instruction
conducted by Mrs. De How of Coleridge,
president of the stnte assembly. Tho eleo
tlon of officers was as follows: Presi
dent, Mrs. Askwlg of Oakland; vice presi
dent, Miss Ethel Mead of Blair; warden,
Jennie Brookings of Tekamah; secretary,
Mrs. Peterson of Oakland; treasurer,
Mrs. Powley of Pender.
Mrs. Askwlg of Oakland lodge, won tho
banner given annually for the best ex
emplifications of tho secret work of the
The next meeting wilt be held In
Work on Big Ditch
TECUMSEH, Neb., May 12.-(Spcclal.)-
It Is likely It will be some time before
Contractor 11. P. Herrlck of the Johnson
county drainage proposition will start his
second dredge to work excavating along
the Nemaha river west of this city. The
Burlington railroad company has enjoined
tho drnlnage board from doing any work
on Section 19, and that Is where It was
proposed to start the second dredge. The
Injunction also applies to two or three
other locations along the proposed Mitch
between Tecumsoh and Elk creek. The
Injunction was Usued from the federal
court at Omaha and wilt not come up for
consideration until June. In the mean
time, It is oxpected that the Johnson
county district court will give a verdict
In the case wherein the railroad company
Is opposed to paying the 118,000 benefits
assessed against It by the drainage board.
One dredge Is at work on the main ditch,
working night and day on the north
county line, near Sterling, and has pro
grossed several hundred foet. It was ex
pected to have two dredges at work on
the main ditch and two on tho lateral
ditches by this time, but litigation has
retarded tho work.
Trcnnineli Mnn Hurt In Rnnnvrny.
TECUMSEH, Neb., May 12. (Special.)
J. A. Dillon Is suffering from the results
of a rough experience with a frightened
horse. Mr. Dillon -was breaking the beast
to drive In a surrey and had his harness
In the rig and the mnn "who was helping
him had gotten Into the buggy and had
hold of the lines. Mr. Dillon stepped to
the horse's head to lead him, when he
lunged forward, threw the man on his
back and ran over him with the rig. Mr,
Dillon's shoulder was dislocated and he
suffered several lacerations to the flesh,
where the horse, sharp shod, stepped
Notes from Beatrice
and Gage County
BEATRICE, Neb., May II. (Special.)
At a meeting of the local -trli of Eagles
Thursday night committees were ap
pointed to arrange for the entertainment
of tho delegates to the state convention
of Eagles, which wilt be held In this city
June 10, U and 12. One of the features
of the meeting will be three base ball
games between South Omaha, Hastings,
Nebraska City and Beatrice. It Is ex
pected that about GOO delegates will ba
Mrs. A. K. Smith of Wymore who some
time ago suffered a stroke if paralysis,
had her right shoulder dislocated yester
day while she was being lifted from a
Roland Burroughs, who joined the navy
at San Francisco last summer, ts visit
ing In the city with his parents.
Charles E. Claus of Brooklyn, N, Y.,
and Miss Mabel V, Kurtz of this city,
were married at the court houst last
evening by Judge Walden.
An Inter-class party was held at the
You can use "A. B.A" Cheque like currency, either
abroad or in the United States, without converting them
into cash. Hotels everywhere welcome them in payment
of bills. The best shops accept them. Railways and
steamship lines know they are as good as money.
Signing one of your "A.D.A." Cheques Identifies you,
30,000 banks throughout the world have agreed to
cash them without further introduction. Get a booklet,
with full information regarding them, at your own bank.
Next tvtek we shall publish in this paper a list
of the institutions in this district which are Pre
pared to supply you with "A.B.A." Cheques.
JOHN A. SWANSON, Pros.
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high school last evening bTtweeli UTS"
sophomores and freshmen. About JM
students and members of the faculty
were In attendance. The program con
sisted of basket bait gainni and social
diversions of various kinds.
Nntm from Yl rat Iolnt,
WEST POINT. Neb., May U.-(8pe-
clal.) News has been received In the city
of the marriage In St. Paul. Minn., of
John Mcl,aurln Jones of Charlotte, N. '
C, to Miss Violet Sophia Thlele, second
daughter of Julius Thlele of West Point,
and a natlvo of the city. The newly
wedded pair will be nt home after May
1 at 407 East Fifth street, Charlotto,
The Bonrd of Education for the Inde
pendent 'school district of West Point
has organised by electing Dr. II, It. Wells,
president,; Joseph Jerman, ylce president,
and J. C. Hansen, secretary. Miss Marie
Forsythe of Clarke, Neb., has been
elected to teach the first prlmnry grnde,
the former teacher. Miss Wilson, having
resigned to accept a better position in
the Lincoln city schools.
Marriage licenses have been Issued dur
ing the week to Floyd Noble nnd Miss
Mary Flood of Hooper, to Conrad Weg
ner of Stanton and Miss I.Uile Inng
horst of Cuming county and to Carl H,
Jacnbsen and Miss Hedwlg Alfreda Adam-
son of Cuming township.
Former County Judge IT. D. neadlnger
Is spending the spring and summer In
Sioux county with his son, Douglas, who
Is proprietor of a large cattle ranch tn
The volunteer fire department of the
city has elected the following officers for
the coming municipal year: Fire chief,
Otto Feyerherm; nsststant chief, Karl
JCerl; secretary, Howard Wilson, and
treasurer, C. ti. Nelburg.
News has reached the city of the mar
riage at Washington, D. C, of James C,
Crawford and Miss Emily Baker of that
place. Mr. Crawford Is the only son of
tho late Judge James C. Crawford, one
of the earliest pioneers of Cuming county.
He Is engaged in the service of the gov
ernment and the young couple will make
their home at Washington,
AGED WOMAN HELD AT THE
STATION FOR RELATIVES
Mrs. Ferdinand Nelson, aged 83 years,
Is being held In the matron's department
at the station for relatives. Mrs. Nelson,
who says she lives at Thirty-eighth and
Franklin streets, appeared at Officer
Pete Dillon's house, 3413 Hamilton
street, after wandering on the streets
all night. The house where she says
she lives, upon Investigation, was found
to be boarded up, Mrs. Nelson has been
taken to the station three times within
the last month, when found wandering
upon the streets, but has always been
called for by relatives.
Persistent Advertising is the Road to
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$10, $15, $20, $2S.
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