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FEBRUARY 22, 190G PAGE 7 Bargain Prices in High Grade MEN'S SUITS eriiier to our customers proud V - iMHj.,.Bi;il nP thA i or our nuns, wu (Muuuci oiiu ui IOW prices a. WUICU we nre ocwiuB tnem. rin riRcro X nf nnr beantifhllv Illustrated catalogue you .i. win finrt the full descrio. "Ai tlnnnf Jftii 5Wfif ; -v iH.nd Tailored frl QOW'j BluiSerceHuit4f.v0 Guaranteed equal la quality and style totheDlueserpeauita for which Your dealers ask you 15.00 or more. Ifitlsn't.send it back at our expense and we ...111 iaftmri AVftrT fnt VM1 D&lu 4 i la sanrA : linnl. llAft padded nhoulders, best haircloth IVnnt onrl in alllr uwnl thrOUeh- out. We have them in all sizes, single and double-breasted, and guarantee ni a na saiwiacuoii. f 51 FreeCatatogue and Samples' - - - - . an 1 1 nH mr tioni and eonUine sample, of tbeclotU tor r (V i- . ......... if tcnA IIiailiAnlua drew- mIm tor busineM men t 1 110.00, end op. WE TAKE ALL THE RISK u if -A., in .iinw u we will oroTA to i ' Mil better good, for lew money tbn any ftere in America. Send for our o-ulogue. Select from it any fuit 70a went. We ll ihip the ait by trTiH. Yea .r-tbej . lfltpleaeeeyo-.payforltand keep it. if It don't plewe you nod it baek at oor expente. YOU can't loee. Fer free eatnloene ddret , , ARMSTRONG CIXTHING CO. 1221-1223-122a-1227 O Street, LINCOLN, NEB. Close to Mature The method of treatment and life at GREEN GABLES, the Dr. Benj. F. Bailey Sanatorium, Lin-. coln, Nebraska, are those of good old Mother Nature. In their work the management do not attempt to controvert nature, but enter into partnership with her. They do not ride hobbies or feel satisfied to dismiss their guests as "well" when only able p 10 live uie me ui au asccui; ui extremist. They prepare them to be strong of body cheery of heart and active in all things. Write for particulars. Columbia national Batik OF LINCOLN, NEBRASKA. rJCAPITAL. $ 100,000, .SURPLUS, 14,0OO.00iS DEPOSITS 1,350,000.00 OFFICERS cjjohn B. Wright, J. H. Westcott, Joe. Samuels Cjp. L. Hall, JtW. B. Ryons, President- 1st Vice Pres.JV, 2d Vice Pres. , Cashier Asst. Cashierjfta WE BUY 0 s SKUftK PINK GOON and all other kind.. Top market prices and quick cash returns. Trap pers Guide Free to (hosa who ship and mention (his ad. McMillan fur a wool co, MINNEAPOLIS, MINN7 ' WRITE FOR CIRCULARS Agents Wanted Everywhere; New Book. " "THE FREE PASS BRIBERY S YSTEM." This book will be a seller. Every body will want it. You can make $100.00 per month. For particulars, address The Independent. State Nerts Osceola had a. big corn show. Many nev homes are going up at Cambridge, Neb. . Former Governor and Mrs. Savage are visiting Lincoln friends. The next state pharmacy examina tion will be held in Norfolk, May 9. Another effort will be made by Be atrice citizens to bore for oil. The Fair store and the Robinson Jitpre were destroyed by fire at Wayne.. Rev. L. P. Ludden is willing to be lieutenant governor if he is nominated and elected. Captain Silas T. Lansing, an old resident of Tekamah, died -at Sho shone, Idaho. Hiram E. Yeomans, a wealthy re cluse, was found dead in his hovel near Fairbury. northeast of Crcighton, was accidental ly shot in the knee by his brother. He will lose his leg. William Ehmen, a pioneer resident of Hanover township, near Beatrice, died February 15. ...... Burlington is spending a big sum to save property from ravages of the Mis souri river at Rulo. Dr. Gandy was bound over to the district court at Auburn on the charge of obstructing justice. c The Nebraska basketball team de feated the soldiers at Fort Riley, Kan,, by a score of 43 to 13. A reception, was held in Auburn at the Methodist church for Rev. Presson in honor of his ninetieth birthday. "Adolph Hamika took carbolic acid by mistake at his home near Ban croft and died in twenty minutes. The" village board of Gibbon has granted J. H. Davis & Son a fran chise for an electric light and power plant. Amos P. Foster, a former siar foot ball player' at? Dartmouth university, has been elected coach of Nebraska team. Chief of Police Joseph E. Bridges of Nebraska City has filed suit for di vorce. He accuses his wife of desert ing him. ' McCook will have a full-fledged driv ing park. If the weather permits it will be placed in condition for the season of 1906. J. J. Lynch, a Northwestern fireman, is wanted by the authorities at Scrib ner on the charge of defrauding Mrs. Wilhelmina Schienfeldt of $100. Mrs. Myrtle Heckathorn was fined $ and costs at Beatrice for striking and abusing Robert Picken, three years of age, who mshe had adopted. A commercial club has been formed at Bayard, Neb. The officers are: C. 0. Morrison, president; C. D. Green, secretary, and F. E. Stearns, treasurer. Howard Chapman," a wealthy re tired farmer, shot and killed himself at Pawnee City. Returning home, his wife found him dead. ; He feared he was going insane. A gang of cattle rustlers is said to exist near the Rosebud reservation, John LaPoint has been arrested on tho charge of stealing'catile and hYs bpea taken to Bonosteel. "' " " - Hartington is having a telephone war between a new home company and the New Stale company of Sioux City that recently bought the Halstcd Local Telephone company. The little nine-year-old son of Farmer Van Hausen, living ten miles William Wardlaw, a lineman em ployed by the Farmers' Mutual Tele phone Co., of Beatrice, fell from a pole at Pickrell, Neb., but struck a pile of rope and escaped unhurt. Hon. J. L. McBrien, state superin tendent of public instructions, and L. P. Ludden, chairman of the state board of education, lectured to the students at the state industrial school at Kearney. Sheriff Ferrel " of Washoe County, Nevada, arrived in Broken Bow, Neb., with E. R. Wanke and Mrs. Agnes Cashin, elopers. It is alleged Wanke deserted a wife and that Mrs. Cashin deserted her husband." OOOCOOCOOCOOCOOOOOOOOOOOCO The American Mining Developing company has been incorporated by J. M. Daughterty, Alfred Thomas and W. J. Coad of Omaha. The company has the right to dig for minerals and oil, building telephone lines, etc. August Schenzel, a well-to-do farmer at Creighton, Neb., committed suicide by cutting his throat with a butcher knife. He was dissatisfied with a farm trade and was Irritated by the criticisms of his wife and children. Attorney General Brown filed in. the United. States court at Omaha "his answer to the petition of the Burling ton road for an injunction to restrain various county treasurers from col lecting the 1905 taxes assessed against the road. A derrick belonging to Frankman Brothers & Morris tipped over on the bridge Island south of Fremont. P. W, Blankenbur, swingman, Su perior, Wis., was killed under the boiler. Eddy Larkins, swingman, St. Paul, and J.- A. Madigran, engineer, Minneapolis, were severely injured. Representatives of a big oil com pany have been giving lectures at Falls City to consumers to show the proper way Jo use oil lamps. The demonstrators showed that the cause of smoke and offensive odors is the uncleanliness of the lamp and the wicks commonly used. - A damage suit for $23,000 has been filed at Lyons against George Davis, Charles McMonies, Samuel Shaw, David McMonies, John Piper, E. D. Wighton, P. E. Taylor, W. S. New myer, Frank King and Paul Calnon by George Davis. The litigation grows out of a pool hall license refused C. E. McMonies. Brown's Business College Personal Instructions Se cures quickest results. Call or write for full Particulars. 1519 O STREET Lincoln , Nebr. COOCOCCCOOC)OCOOCOOOOOOOC ;OCOCOOCOCOCX)CCOOO A ; - 8 POSITION FOR YOU If you are honest and industrious there ' 1 is an Employer looking for you. . Write today and full in- -formation will ha went you at once. Brain Clearing House 218-219 Funke Bldg Lincoln, Neb. JOOOOOOOOOCOOOCOG OOCOCOO 8 BETTER THAN SPANKING Spank nc does not cure children of bed wet tintr. If it did there would be few children that would do it. There is a constitutionalcause for this. Mrs. M. Summers, Box 169, Notre . Damelnd., will send her home treatment to any mother. She asks no money. 1 Write her today If your children trouble you In this way. Don't blame the child. The chances are it can't help it HOW TO GET MEN'S PANTS FREE The Beatrice Creamery company has filed articles of incorporation with the secretary of state. The capital stock of the company Is ' $4,000,000, having been increased recently from $3,000,000. Of this stock $2,000,00 is preferred and $2,000,000 common stock. The company has the right to take over the stock of other com panies and to exchange its stock for the stock of other companies. To every male person filling out the coupon below, we will by return mail f ui siish you with information, how to obtain a pair of men's pants valued at $3,50 free. This -offer holds rrrr,A fnr ten lava Tho nhifrnt nf.this offer is to test the strength of this newspaper as anadvertising medium. We spend thousands of dollars yearlj for advertisements, a great amount oi t. l, T 1 A T it.!. nlA. wuicju is wastuu. ai uu new piuu-we will consider the strength of this news: paper by the number of replies we receive. . Fill out this coupon, mail It to the Nebraska Clothing Company, Omaha, Nebraska. We in return . will mail , you printed circular telling you how to receive a pair of men's fine pantg 1 worth $3.50 FREE. Send $1.00 for a year's subscription to The Independent and receive Mr. Berge's book, "The Free Pass Bribery System," free as a premium. This offer will remain but a short time. a sea GO U POM Go After Warships Captains S. Ijichi and H." Sakamoto, of the Japanese navy, sailed from New York on the steamed Luciana to take charge of the two Japanese.bat- ' tleships, the Kashima and KotarL' which are" now building in England. Ten other naval officers accompanied them. " ) Nebraska Clothing Co., Omaha, Nebraska: Please mail me printed matter tel ling me. all about you free offer of a- pair.. of men's - pants worth $3.50 FREE.fr '-r ,,-..',' .- - Name i ; t .... i Town (I) State.