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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, JULY 2X 100",
How Advertisers Are Started Towards Success The new advertiser who desires to utilize the tremendous power of adver tising as a sales force is often at a loss how to proceed. He sees the advertisements of others attractive, pertinently illustrated, strong, forceful and convincing in text He needs similar advertisements, designed for his own product, but is in the dark as to how to secure them. SUCH prospective advertiser should know that Lord C5k Thomas of Chicago make a business of co-operating with manufacturers or others needing general or mail-order advertising, and are perfectly equipped to prepare and Supply everything necessary, to carry on an advertising plan. This concern, Lord C8 Thomas, employs 160 persons. It is the largest advertising company In America. Lord C&. Thomas advises with the advertiser, works with him in formulating a plan of advertising consistent with his business, then writes the advertisements, illustrating them, puts by the mail-order advertiser is supplied by Lord & Thomas. The fact that Lord Co Thomas' operations are so large and that they use space in wholesale quantities in all paying publica tions and other media (newspapers, farm papers, magazines, mail-order papers, bill boards and street cars) enables them to se cure the best prices for the advertiser on the space used. The facilities and knowledge of advertising possessed by Lord CB Thomas simplifies the whole detail of publicity ma terially and assures prompt and permanent success so far as advertising can effect it. them in type, makes plates, takes care of all A fact important to remember isr that it negotiations with the publisher, pays tha publisher, bills the advertiser, and gives the advertiser experienced help at every stage of his advertising campaign. Lord A. Thomas have had signal success In merging advertising and Bales depart- T?ree tO AdvertiSCTS Or ITOSpCCUVC AQVCrilSCIS costs no more for the advertiser to deal with this house than to deal with the pub lisher direct, because the publishers pay Lord CIS, Thomas for making the users of space in their publication successful results in the complete utilization of adver tising in lining up the retail trade, and in having the entire sales plan progress smoothly. They are so markedly successful In this important respect by reason of their knowledge of trade conditions and their grasp of manufacturers' requirements, in having the advertising plan consistent with the manufacturers' profits, territory, etc Lord Cl Thomas have planned and executed Lord C& Thomas issue a publication evsry month, entitled "OUR D01NQS," in which they reproduce specimens of advertisements of great variety, show ing the character of advertising employed by their va rious customers. This little book, which will be sent free to any prospective advertiser desiring it, includes specimen advertisements for daily papers, maga zines, farm papers, mail-order papers, billboards and street cars, and is of great value to any on with an advertising campaign under consideration. Write for "OUR DOINQ3," which reproduces the) advertisements of manv of America's most success- many of the most Successful mail-order ful concerns. Some are advertisements used by large advertising undertakings. This ripe ex- advertisers, some by small. "OUR DOINGS" is free. perience enables their clients to avoid A Lord Thomas r pief,?!? nTTn i4 n t Jlf ter . . , , . ,- i . . cuss advertising and selling plans, printed matter mistakes of copy and media and the shoals md promotion work, win can on any business house of faulty office method. This is a great considering advertising and without obligation to work in itself, and the expert counsel needed the concern suggesting an interview. Lord & Thomas AMKBUOASr TSiACT SMC. WUDO, NEW "VOKIi. NBW8PAPRB - MAGAZINE - FARM PAPER AND OUTDOOR ADVERTISING TBCDB BTJILDINGI CHICAGO TWO FAMILIES ARE AT WAR Parents Fall Oat Over Fight Between Their Children. BRIEF CITY NEWS Twin City Dye Works removed to 407 S. 16th, Ramge block. Close at t p. m. T. A. Blnehart, photograpaer, removed to Eighteenth and Far nam streets. very Saturday Kirns, banning at I o'clock, Thomas Kllpatrtclr Co. sell men's tO-cent neckwear for 25 oents. Zf yon are not already a depositor with the City Savings Bank, allow us to sug . gest that you become one. It will be of ' twiiUnce to you. viftarga Against "ffedrloksoa A com plaTjnt for violation of the automobile or dinance has been Med sgalnst H. E. Fred rlckson, the dealer, and Dr. C. W. Downs has been arjrasled; on the iuig charge, i Overcome on Tennis 'Court John Epe neter, a member of the Field clue, was overcome by the twat on the tennis courts Sunday afternoon. He recovered quickly and has suffered no 111 effects from the Strike. Mrs. W. I.; Mardla Solids Home Mrs. TV. L. Mardls Is building a two-story double brick house at the southeast corner of the Military road and Fifty-second street. She bought the lot from Ed Von Uergen of Davenport, la. ' Tan "fined, for afUarlty Robert Hunter, an enthusiastic fan, became so hilariously excited at the Sunday ball game that he threw a pop bottle Into the air, which struck W. W. Wlatt of 1S21 North Twen tieth street on the head, Inflicting a patn. ful gash. : He was fined $10 and costs In ) police court Monday morning. f Wo Bate for Adjournment The fudges of the district court held a meeting Mon day afternoon, but did not reach a de cision as to adjournment of this term of court. Borne of the judges have cases set for as late as July 2T, so the term cannot terminate until after that time. If an ad journment Is taken at all It will, probably not be until August 1. Traveler la Arrested J, 8. Shlsler, a travellr , salesman for the H. Roeenstock eon-.- of 1210 Douglas street, wholesale tobi. dealers, wss released Monday moriui. from a- charge of embessleraent. He was arrested Saturday night on com plaint of his employer, but the affair was afterward settled between them. Colored Men rind Bloyole Jesse Tay lor and Frank Williams, two colored men, were flacd t-0 and costs esch In police court Monday morning for disposing of a bicycle which they found on the street. Williams stoutly maintained that he had not known where the wheel was obtained, but had merely tried to sell It for his friend as a favor to him. Boads Busy Witk Batss The railroads are still wrestling with the rate problem and all the roads are putting all the rata men to work they can find. The Union Pacific now has four rate men working on the tariffs at Chicago and has .the rates out. oastbound from Nebraska, as are re quired because of the reduction msde by the legislatures of the several states. Masons Improve Temple The Masons are planning some fine Improvements In the hall of the blue lodges In the Masonic tem ple. They will have the walls and celling painted and decorated In oil and the room will be furnished throughout In mahogany, the entire expense being estimated at $6,000. In all about 12,000 will be expended in Im provements on the temple this year, while sbout H.000 was Spent last year. The tem ple craft has all expenses paid and 116,000 In the bank. Some Bids on Big Jobs Bids have been received from contractors on two building jobs of some Importance in the last few days, that of the new structure for the Sacred Heart ' academy, which will cost about $50,000, and the addition to the Mer chants' National bank building, which will cost about KO.OOO. Contracts are expected to be let this week for both. L. O. Perley Is tsklng bids for his new residence on West Dodge street. This will cost In the neighborhood of 125,000. Bo Tire at Walnut Lodge Some person with a hair trigger Imagination managed tp get the rumor circulated In South Omaha Monday afternoon that Guy C. Barton's fine country home at Walnut Lodge, Gil more, was burning and that the South Omaha Are department was on Its way to the conflagration. Inquiry Over the tele phone brought word from Walnut Lodga thht aside from a little brush heap noth ing else In that vicinity was on fire, so far as the naked eye could discover. Bo Bad Changes, Bays Gull Commis sioner John M. Guild of the Commercial club has written from ' Charlevoix, Mich., where he has been at the meeting of the western classification committee, to Chair man W. L. Yetter of the executive com mittee of the club, that no important changes In classification which would ad versely affect Omaha's Interests have been made. This Is taken to mean that the, petition of the Mississippi river Jobbers for a mixed carload rating to transmlasourl points has been refused. Mr. Guild Is ex pected home Tuesday. Bankrupts for the Tear--t'p to July 1, 1T7, there have been filed In the United States district court under the bankruptcy laws since the passage of the act 1,196 vol untary petitions In bsnkruptcy and 175 In voluntary cases. During ths fiscal year ending June 30 1907, were filed sixty-three voluntary and twenty-three Involuntary cases. Of this number sixty voluntary cases were adjudicated by the court and sixteen Involuntary cases, and by referee two voluntary cases were adjudicated. Eight Involuntary cases were dismissed by the court. The court granted sixty-two voluntary and ten Involuntary, and ths referee two voluntary dlsohargea In bank ruptcy. COURT CAN50T EFFECT PEACE When Jaesr Asks let Belllsrereate te Shake Hands Older Folk Stepped In ta Pre vent It. The feeling between the Henderson and the Weatherford families, on one side and nd the Craig family on the other became so Intense that Monday morning wnen Judge Kennedy of the Juvenile court ssked Mattle Weatherford and Mary Craig to shake hsnds with esch other the parents Interfered. "That Is my child." said the elder Cralg, and never will a Cralg again shake hands with a Weatherford." The same sentiment In reverse terms wss echoed by the Weatherfords and a lecture on neighborly relations by the court did not chsnge the situation In the least. The trouble srose ostensibly on account of a fight between the children, of the families. Crystal Henderson, aged 9, and Mettle Weatherford, aged IS, on one side, and Mary Cralg, aged 12, on the other, were the active belligerents, aided and abetted by their folks. Mattis hit Mary with an umbrella and Mary responded by hitting Mattle with a kerosene can. . The juvenile court offered Its services ss arbiter, but after a session Judge Kennedy failed ab solutely to re-establish diplomatic rela tions between the hostile families. The esse went over a week. Little Mather of Tea Years. A pathetic story of a little mother of ten trying to take care of her three broth ers while their parents were away on a protracted spree came to light in the case f the Wlnshlp children, who were taken frem squalid surroundings at S0?J Franklin street by Mrs. Towle. The other children are William, aged 12; Ben, aged 7. and George, aged i. When Mrs. Towle went out to Investigate complaints of neighbors she found 10-year-old Esther Just finishing the family washing. "I knew you would come before long," she said, "so I washed the clothes so we could have clean ones." She went out to the clothes line end got the clean garments and In a few minutes hsd her three brothers and herself ready to go to the Detention school. Esther ssked hat two homes be found for them "so two of us can go together," she ex plained. The parents see said to be in the habit of going on protracted sprees and leaving the children alone to shift for them selves. They had had nothing to eat for several days .except what the neighbors had brought them when Mrs. Towle arrived. They will be held at the Detention school until places can be found for them Nine Watermelon Boys. The watermelon squad, numbering nine. lined up before Judge Kennedy Monday morning. The boys were charged with stealing big, luscious melons from Union Pacific cars, and they admitted It. They said they wanted some of the fruit to eat and knew of no other way of getting It, The boys were paroled to various friends, who promised to look after them. They also promised not to steal a"hy more melons. 4onn evens ana Morn singer are charged with stealing a horse belong' Ing to Ed. Peterson. It developed they wanted to take a ride and unhitched ths animal from the post and drove It away Their case was postponed a week. Roderick Wllscarix who cams to Omaha from Lincoln to find wovkwas befole ths court. . Hs is fifteen, years of age and will be cared for. by th court authorities until work can be found for him. " TO v . ' , I C J ' . TP 10117 v B T YOU ARE ' ' SPU V V ' - : J AS YOUNG ' ' -' v ) v, SwvC"- as vnn i.flnK. o : - - J.--? I . . n Ai Sfct Looks To4y. Alter ft Courv TmtaMt Q H Whn She CoisdmomiI Uii ttarnbsm TrMinwnt. 0 Chlcagj, March 27, 1307. E. Tlurnliam, Chicago, 111. Dear 43 1 r- ( lit M re id fulfill my promise to you, which was niujt; last October, naniely, that if you would Improve my complexion by removing crow's -fe-t, wrinkles and discolored complexion, i would give you my (.holograph utid testi monial. The enclosed picture, whV'h was tukn last f n 11, shown my condition tit iimt time. The enclosed picture, taken Febru ary 26th. shows my condition ti lh ire, ent time, t desire to state th.it ou have not only removed the wrinkles and crow's feet, but have put my skin in s lr!-cln youthful condition, of ithich I am vtiy proud. The fact Is thst my complexion ia Hie envy of my fr.i n ls and I cannot any too much for your course of treatment for beautifying women. You .cer'alr.ly do all you claim and your remeille r.re per fection. I reinniniii'-ml thorn to my friends. Trusting tills li tter will fulfill my prom ise to you and be all that you require, I retrain.- Yours very truly Hotel Wychmere. Uth and Indiana Ave. A great many of our lc?lnir If1!i through out th United States have lost their beauty through neglect. Any vorran can trolntaln her youth and Improve her Beauty by the use of K. BURXHAM'S CELEBRATED TOILET REQUISITES. These preparations have been on the market' upwards of thirty- seven yenrs; havo been used in tneir tamous esiaunsniueuis si iu ana 1 8tte Street, Chicago, during this time. They have Improved them until absolute perfection has been attained, and it la the fault of any woman today if she does not take advantage of these treat- meiits which are offered to her by E. BURXHAM. the most perfect and largest beautifying establishment In the world. These treat ments, with the different articles, are illustrated and explained In a little booklet published by E. BURXHAM, which makes it so plain that ony lady enn nee these toilet articles with equally goos success In tha ;rlvaey of her own home as if she had visited Burnham's Beautifying Parlors and taken a course of treatments in this great eatabllsiiment. fclfrtiats and those who have used them will tell vou that It is a well-known fact that E. Burnham's toflet requisites will accomplish all they claim for them. You can remove crow's-feet, wrinkles, blackheads, pimples, fill .up the hollow places and bring back that youthful complexion which Is to admired by all. After visiting E. Burnham's great beautifying establishment you will reuli.'e when you sec a well-groomed woman that she is protect ing and improving her beaut)vjy ths use of E. Burnham's toilet re quisites. Thousands are doing this today. Wiiy don't you? All (Irst-elass dealers can supply jou. Free cample Hair Tonic, Cucumber Cream, Includl ng booklet. How to Become Beautiful, by calling, or mailed upon receipt of 10c to E. BURNHAN, 70 and 72 State, Cldcaco. III. THE LARGEST MANUFACTURERS' IN THE WORLD OF TOILET REQUISITES AND HAIR GOODS. Mt. Clemeae, the Mlaeral Bath City, Is reached without change of ears only by the Orand Trunk Railway System. Time-tables and a beautiful descriptive pamphlet will be mailed free on application to George W. Vaux, A. Q. P. tc T. A., 13S Adams St., Chicago. INCH OF RAIN AND GOOD CROPS Plenty of Malstare and. Fine Yield Reported from Wyoming by Bnrllngton. About an Inch of rain fell on all divisions of the Wyoming district of the Burlington last week, according to the crop and soil report as prepared by that-company. The wheat harvest has begun and conditions Indicate an average crop on the Alliance line. There Is some complaint that the heads are not filled, but the quality Is good. Wheat Is about all cut on the line from Holdrege to Curtis and a large per cent has been harvested, showing from twenty five to forty bushels per acre, Oats Is doing nicely and Is about the same as wheat In field. Some pieces of rye have been harvested and turned out Veil. Because Of the war .t weather, corn made rapid progress during the last week. It has a good color and better than an av erage crop la expected on the Alliance division. Potatoes are coming on well and gardens are looking good. Beets are also doing nicely and soon will be large enough to lrrtrate. The wool crop on the Sheridan division la reported to be about half In and stock Is beginning to arrive for shipment. Leo Hoffmann, undertaker, new location, llth and Jones. Tel. Doug. 8901. BULLETIN NEBRASKA TELEPHONE COMPANY Ju!y 23 PLANT vs. INFLATION Deadly Parallel No. 5. The Nebraska Telephone Company has over a million feet of underground duct and already about thirty-five thousand miles of copper wire have been placed in these ducts. The company has about forty-five thousand miles of copper wire in cables on its exchange poles, twenty-two thousand miles of toll wire, and over four thousand miles of toll pole lines. These figures show how thoroughly the Nebraska Telephone Company has equip ped itself to give to the people of Omaha and Nebraska ample telephone facilities. These telephone lines are highways of talk for the use of all the people. Between Omaha find the other important cities there are broad highways containing many dup licate circuits so that a number of people can talk at the same time. At each import ant center throughout the state the local lines radiate in all directions to connect villages and rural districts. The result is a complete and harmonious system of com munication which enables the people of Omaha to keep in touch constantly not only with the surrounding territory but with Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, Minneapo lis and the entire middle west. The telephone is becoming more useful, and in fact more necessary every day, and the number of Omaha subscribers to the service of the Nebraska Telephone Corn pan is increasing at a rapid rate. The new branch office in the Lake district, which is known as the Webster Exchange has made it possible to secure a higher degree of efficiency throughout the city. The Nebraska Telephone Company is handling over 125,000 calls a day right here in Omaha. Its lines connect with the peo , pie you want to reach. Jt has built and is now operating a telephone system which is infinitely more valuable to you than any, number of isolated exchanges. If you are a new citizen you need a telephone; if you are an old citizen you need a telephone. Call up the Nebraska Telephone Company and place your order. The Lincoln Telephone Company in a public advertisement has offered for sale its seven per cent preferred stock and an nounces that $20,000 of this stock has been sold. That means that the holders of com mon stock will have to take third place. The company was capitalized for $1,000, 000 and first mortgage 6 per cent gold bonds were authorized to the amount of $650,000. The plant was originally built ' from the proceeds of $400,000 of bonds and $400,000 in common stock which were turned over to a syndicate whose members alone knew what was actually realized from these securities for construction purposes. Since the company was started a consider able amount of capital or common stock has been distributed to local investors. Now comes the pref erred stock to stand between these local investors and their ex pected dividends. How much of this pre ferred 7 per cent stock will be offered ia not stated, but whatever the amount the effect upon the common stock will be de pressing to say the least. It is quite probable that the present man agement of the Lincoln Telephone Com pany has very good use for the money which they may derive from the sale of this preferred stock. Perhaps it may be put into a plant that will earn 7 per cent or better, and perhaps it is necessary to pro tect the money already invested. It looks, however,, as if the present management had found the plant so plastered over with se curities of other kinds that the prefer! stock offered is the only opportunity for obtaining new money. Is it any wonder that telephone promot ers distribute common 6tock with a lavish hand when they know that they can inter cept its chances of dividends by the issue of preferred stock? It has been announced that the projected Omaha company would make 6,000 tele phones earn interest on $1,500,000 of bonds and $1,500,000 of preferred stock before the common stock got any chance. Whether these expected 6,000 subscribers will also pay something on the common stock is their lookout. RATE CUT ON COAL TRAFFIC Twenty-Five Cent Off Ton by Unloa Pacific to Induce Sum mer Shipment. , To' stimulate the purrtisss and shipment of coal during the summer months, when meeting. For s ale by j SHERMAN a M-CONNELL DRUG CO.. I6ih and Dodge StV T IC OWL D U i CO.. 16th and Harney Sts. . N. B. E. Durnham will hse a demonstrator in this city from July 16th to August 10th for th purpose of teaching the ladles how to uie E. Burnham's Toilet Requisites with equally a good success tn the privacy of their own homes as If they had visited his celebrated Toilet Parlors, at 70-72 State Street. (wstep9geteesnawwfBTt'aBi e-s-iHTfrt .yf..Tn TROUP HAS TH FITCH "CASE District Jada-e Considers Wk.lkef It Shall Ua to the a pre at Court. Arguments on the motion of County Attorney English for an order certifying the Fitch disbarment case to the supreme court, were heard before Judge Troup Mon day morning. At the close Judge Troup took the matter under advisement and stated he would mke a ruling within day or two. County Attorney English says In his motion, the supreme court has sole Jurisdiction In disbarment cases. At torneys Burbank and Baker for Fitch con tended that the district court having no jurisdiction cannot even certify the case to the supreme court, but can only dismiss it. This would force the complaining wit ness to file a new ease in the supreme court If he wishes to prosecute It. It, was also contended Judge Sears had no right as the court, to appear as complaining witness In the case. IOWA GRAIN MEN IN OMAHA Southwestern Oraln Hen Will Come to Gate lltr to Hold Their Convention. Seldom do merchants In one state hold a meeting In another state, but such a the greatest number of cars for this pur- thing Is about to hsppen. The grain deal poss are available, the Interstate Commerce ers of southwestern Iowa will hold a meet commlsslon, at the request of the Union Ing In Omaha Wednesday, a marked trlb Paclflc Railroad company and the Oregon ! ute to Omaha's rising Importance as a Short Line, has authorized a reduction of grain market and convention city. 25 cepts per ton on coal shipped from Rock The meeting will be Wednesday after Springs and Hanna, Wyo., to Washington, noon In the assembly room of the Omaha Idaho and Nevada between, July .19 and Commercial club. It will be peculiar In September 1. j that those In attendance do not form an For the last two months officials of the , organization and do not plan to organise. Harrlman lines hsve been endeavoring to preferring to meet inrormauy now ana Induce western dealers to make their ship- then when they wish to talk over tholr ments this summer In order to avoid a re- j business and to make their meetings of a Urrence Ot last Wll,xer B lut'i blih. i Beiui-puuui; limuie, bvuiuiui uy itLR ui n additional Inducement to dealers to help ! organisation the Implication that they are In preventing another fuel scarcity, which j seeking to control prices. George A. Steb- was particularly distressing in tne states : bins of Red Oak, president ot the Iowa affeoted by the commission's new order, ! Grain Dealers' association, and George A. dealers have now secured, a reduction of : Wells, secretary, will be present at the rate from which they will derive a consider able additional protit. The principal difficulty In supplying coal In the western states during the winter months, when fuel wss most needed, grew partly out of shortage of equipment and partly from the fact that orders were de layed until wetther conditions made freight movement slow, and dlfflcuilt. In Nevada at one time, not only was all the available wood supply consumed, but for miles around many towns sage brush was cut ana soia for fuel. Bo keen is the desire of the railroads to tempt dealers and others to ship a large supply of fuel during this summer, that the Union Pacific has taken the unusual step of applying thaough the Interstate Com merce commission to be allowea to mane this large reduction In its rate In order to get the co-operation of dealers In shipping fuel now when the rallroaa is in gooo shape to handle It promptly. VACATION EXCURSIONS via tne Bal timore Ohio railroad; Jamestown expo sition; tickets on sale dally until Nov. JO. Chicago to Boston and return, July li to it. I2S.66. For particulars, write W. A. Preston. T. P. A., 144 Clark St, or D. N. Austin, T. P. A Chicago. Have Root prlnitt. a&a (tulelt tain PalUkt contains no turpentine or acids, gives atln finish, will not rub off on ths clothing. WORK ON THE UPDIKE MILL PLUMBER MUST GO TO L SIGNS OF W0RK0N STREETS Contractor Opens Up and Mayor Promises to Help Out the Council. Contractor Murphy has started work of laying bricks on Charles street between Twenty-sixth street and Twenty-ninth street. This is one of the contracts which wss so slow .In starting that the council held up a number of Mr. Murphy's con tracts. Regarding the solicitation of signatures for paving petitions on downtown streets. Mayor Dahlinan says he will be willing to go to work with councilmen by the first of next week. He will require sometime to catch up with business which accumu lated during his vacation and will then turn his attention toward "Omaha beautiful." Is Mot Allowed to Take Bathtub Away from House by Force. C. C. Logan of Florence has' found out what is It to have troubles with the plum ber. According to his own testimony Ixgan bargained with A. Bavard of 2142 Amu avenue to put a bath tub and water heater Into a house occupied by a tenant. The tub and heater Vere put In. but the heater was not connected with the stove. The owner of the house declared the connection was a part of the bargain. The plumber refused to do the work without extra pay. A com promise finally as effected and Bavard's assistants went to the house and ran the heater connection a little closer- to tha stove and then plugged It at the end. The house owner refused to pay the bill. Thereupon the plumber went to the house, disconnected the bath tub which had al ready been paid for and took It back to his shop. He was arrested for petit larceny, but was released In police court Monday morning with the understanding that he give back the ub and collect his bill by civil proceedings, If possible. When you have anything to buy or sell advertise It In The Bee Want Ad columns. DRAFT COMES. BUT NO MONEY Twentr-Flve Hundred-Dollar Papas' Sent to tha Chief of Police. Monday's mail brought to Chief of Polios Donahue a draft for 12.800, which was taken from the pocket of Ed Cart of Riverside, Cel., In a Sixteenth street saloon nns day last week. Cart lost $300 tn money and the draft for $2,W0. The money Is still missing, but the draft Is returned. The letter was postmarked Omaha, showing It was mailed here. It contained no names or evidence by which the chief might tract It to Its author. BOYS UP FOR ALLEGED FRAUD Yoan Mrs Charged with Abualas; the Federal Mall Service. L. A. Thompson, postofflce Inspector, has secured the arrest of A. P. Relmer and N. P. Relmer of Jansen on the charge of using the United States malls for a scheme to defraud. The two young men are sons of a prom inent dtisen of Jefferson Bounty. They were taken before United States Commis sioner Cobbey st Beatrice, entered a plea of guilty and were bound over to the ted ral grand Jury for the October term at Lincoln. They gave bond In $200 eaoh. The alleged fraud was In securing a smnll quantity of cheap Jewelry from some other firm and then claiming to have bought It from a Chicago mall-order house, and, being dissatisfied with ths purchase, de manded to be reimbursed. Having suc ceeded In one or two cases, they re peated tha experiment snd fell by the wayside. Henry Unieker. a German farmer living near Dubois, Pawnee county, was arrested last week at the Instance of Postofflce In- j spector Thompson for sending obscene let Tweatr Hra Repalrlasi Plaat. Whlrh Will loos Be la Reaslas Operatloa. Twenty men have begun the work of re pairing and remodeling the Updike mill at Blxteenth and Charles streets and they will iters through the malls and was bound put In new machinery as soon as It srrivts. I over by Commissioner Cobbey at Beatrice Theodore Ponsor of Indianapolis, a mill ! in 1,000 to the October term of the federal construction expert. Is In charge. 1 grand Jury at Lincoln. i jM DOSE . "XOJ a, M . A SB . jmw a a. r' ST SI Ml Suicide- that ia the proper name tor atom I 1 A 1.1 cn dosing witn corrosive drugs which The Updike Milling comrsny hss been or ganised to operate the plant. N. B. Updike Is president. F. A. Howard treasurer, and A. Edgecombe secretary and general mana ger. Mr. Edgecombe conies from MImsoui' Valley, la., where he had a long experience la the manufacture of flour. He will be In active charge vt Uie ar" The Texas Woadfr Cures all Kidney. Bladder and Rheumatlo troubles; sold by Bhermsn ft Mi Con ne 11 Drug Co. and Owl Drug Co.. or two months' treatment by mall, for II. Dr. B. XV. Hall. &-1 Olive 6t., 0U Louis. Mo. tone lor teUruoiUala never will cure you ol RHEUMATISM. 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