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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BKK: .IANTARY 'J.., 1!)U. 7 A 200,000 CAPITAL STOCK! DEGAARD JEWELRY STORES" Inc. r 'WE-?' The Fred Brodegaard, the Originator of the Brodegaard Store Plan, Offers a Limited Amount of Stock at Par With A 7 Yearly Dividend Guaranteed During 10 Years by City of Omaha Bonds THE now Brodegwml Store Plan, which I originated nwl inaugurated in March, 1913, has exceeded all expectations of husiness progress. Stores arc now located in nearly one hundred towns in Nebraska and Western Iowa, and enough eonh'nets with merchants are pending to havo more than UO stores in operation by March 1st. It has been proven satisfactorily that the placing of an extensive display of Standard Watches and High Quality Jewelry in the smaller towns through the states is a boon to the buying public, both in city and town, and at the same time serves as a great aid in upbuilding smaller communities and thereby the entire state. Our firm is a middle-western institution. To tho commonwealth of Nebraska wo pny taxes; our employes are citizens of this State and Iowa. Our co-partner and i"epzesentativo merchant in every case is a responsible tradesman, by whoso very success tho integrity of each particular town is meas ured. Through contract one firm in each town named (Drag Store or General Merchandise Store) is enabled to offer its customers a superior lino of Watches, Jewelry mid Silverwaro at PRICES THAT WILL LEAVE "LONG DISTANCE" MAIL ORDER HOUSES A PLACE IN HISTORY ONLY! Tho enthusiasm with which the people of these two states have supported this larger nnd moro efficient manner of dealing assures mo of its soundnoss and appealing power. After a thorough trial during tho year of 1913 I now stand ready to extend this plan to a much wider sphero under tho samo system and with the samo buying ability and managing power as heretofore. It is the intention to build up end enlarge tho system of Brodegaard's Store to about 250 Branch Stores in Iowa and Nebraska. I now offer a limited amount of stock of tho "BRODEGAARD JEWELRY STORES," Inc., with a capital of $200,000, at par, with 7 yearly dividend guaranteed dur ing ten years by City of Omaha bonds deposited with the Omaha Safe Deposit Company of Omaha, Neb. NOTE: Certain features about this stock makes it stand out as an absolutely safe and conservative investment. No dividends will be declared beyond the 7 guaranteed on, all shares. All surplus earnings will be held by the company, thereby making the stock highly valuable long before the ten-year period expires. In order to guarantee in an absolutely satisfactory manner the 7 dividend, City of Omaha bonds have been deposited with the Omaha Safe Deposit Company, and every share of stock will be authenticated and certified by said Safe Deposit Company. By reason of the bond guarantee the "Brodegaard Jewelry Stores," Inc., stock becomes the safest investment in tho coun try, besides being more remunerative than any other roliablo bond or stock offered. I have had 29 years of continued business success and my aim shall continue to be to further build up a substantial and reliable western business house. It will be a direct and trace able gain for the communities in these two states to see eventu ally, "In City or Town, the Sign of the Crown" tho Sign of the Crown standing in the future, as in tho past, as an emblem of true values. On account of the quality and security behind this stock and its assured success in tho future, I have absolutely refused to pay commission to stock promoters, pre ferring to give the investor the benefit by dealing directly with me in person. You will find me on any business day at my store, 16th and Douglas streets, Omaha, Neb. Respectfully, FRED BRODEGAARD. Albion J. Hess te Co. Arcadia. Mourn & ConMand. Buttle Creek, W. a lloyor. Unison, Hen Morton. Itlulr, 8 as Bros. Blue Springs, Blue Springs Drug ami Mi'rcnntUa Co. Itrulo, It, M, Anderson. Calhoun. Fred 11. Frahm. Craig, McCrackcn Drug Co. Clnrkson, Koxa Bros. Comstock. City Pharmacy. Dccntur, H. P. Itryom. Dnnnobrop, A. K. Carlson. Klein, S. T. Jackson. Ulkhorn, C. A, Nownu. Fairfield, Hoevct ft Reeves. Florence, O. IS. Wall, rordyco. H C. Goebel. Hartlngton. Fair rush Store. Hooper, Pavles riinrmncy, Herman, Van Vnlln Dept. Store. Howell, J. W. Kozo. ICennnrd, Hum R. Jones. Lelnh. A. .1 Mrmiy. Millard, Peter Rro. Marquette, J. J. Luff. NEBRASKA STORES Meadow Orovo, O. 1 Jonen. Newman drove, Oscar Samuelson, Nleknrson, I., L. Karnes, tlnkilalp, Oakdnle Drug Co. Oakland, Roberts Drug Store. T'apllllon, Hell Drug Co. Vender, Beacon Drug Co. Petersburg. A. D. Duffy. I'lattsnioutli, Gertng & Co. Pllgcr. F. A. Huston. Jr. Using City. U. F. Roott, llonallo, Mnhony'a Pharmacy. ItuKkln. J. Molgnrd. South Omaha, ti Street Pharmacy, 3724 Q afreet. Stanton, Hyland'n Corner Iliarmaoy. South Omaha, Hrown Park Pharmacy, 2103 Q street. Hnrlnnflold. II nlcenbnum. Tllden, C W. Kunzman Drug Store. Teknnmh, Harry Hcmntng. Valley, It M. Erwny Drug Store. Winner. Hnff & Delly. Walthlll, Fred K. Hoar. Waterloo, C. A. Htonglrln. Wlnncbngo, Jensen Drug Co. Wakefield, J, M, Johnnon'a Store. IOWA STORES Red Oak, City Book 8tore Underwood, Adams ft Jensen, Ncola, Loeltz Drug Co. Mlnden, Max Lehman. Avocu, O. A. Grillke, PENDING Mar.llla, J, B, Schmidt. Lewis, J, A. Ross. ICarltrtr, It A. Schleler. Blonchartl, Owl Pharmacy. XW IOWA. Oakland, silver City. Malvern. Traynor. Olenwood. Cedar Falls. Klmballton. Klkhorn. Shelby. ZK KSBRABKA. Dunbar. Palmyra. CONTRACTS merlin. Verdon. Hhubort. Lyons. Wolbach. Pancroft. Bloomfleld. Coleridge. Sargent. Loup City. Palmer, Emerson. Bennington. Wash. Randolph. SUBSCRIPTION BLANK Omnlin, 101 .... Mt. FRK1) HUODKGAAIID, Oinnlia, Nob. (Poitofftc Order. Dear Sir: Enclosed plonao flntl ..; 1d?J?." rler' for which I hereby wish to liurclisso shares of Uio 7 per cent Ktiuriinioc'd dividend ntock of Uo "HrodcRnnrd Jowolry Stores," Inc., (dock at par value, $100.00 per slinro. It is understood thnt the ntock certificates Mini! boar tho certificate of tho Omaha Safe Deposit Com pany certifying that City of Omaha nonds aro deposited' ns a pnaran tco of tho full 7 yearly dividends for a period of ten years. Kindly assign tho proper number of shares to tho following namo and mall certificate of stock to tho address given. . rf Address. Council Bluffs , ji INSURANCE SUIT IS SETTLED Reed of Iowa Security flakes Terns with Western Mutual. DISMISSAL HlffD IN COURT Ten Tlioumnil Dollar Cash PnMiicnt nil Retnrn of Notes Is Affreed Upon hy Pnrtles nml Sottle ment Ordered, The JoO.OOO suit brought by F. L. Reed, receiver of tho Iowa Security colnpany, against the Western Mutual Life Insur ance company to recover money taken from the capital stock subscriptions of the Security company for use In paying salaries and operating expenses of the insurance company, was settled yester day by stipulation and Is to bo dismissed with receipts In full after the insurance company completes Its part of the, con tract. The, insurance company agrees to pay $10,000 cash and to return notes that are Rood and collectlblo to tho amount of JJ.7V3.6J plus aterued Interest The interest to date raised the total value of the notes to $10,600 approximately. Tho In surance company Is obligated to pay $3,000 of the $10,000 within thirty .days and all of tho remainder within sixty days, time belns'tho essence of the contract The stipulation was filed In dUtrict court yesterday afternoon, with the sls naures of the attorneys and principals In the suit. Tho. suit was tried before Judge Wheeler in district court several weeks ago. It was brought ngalnst th Western Mutual and Its president. C. M. Ather- ton, by specific direction of Judge Thornell, after ho -had granted the appli cation of creditors of the Security com pany for a, receiver. Mr, Reed was ap pointed by Judge Thornell and was di rected tp wind up its affairs. In addition to tho suit against the In surance' company the receiver was di rected to sue the former officers and directors of the Security company to re cover a much larger amount that had ben permitted to get uway from tho (stockholders. This suit was filed simul taneously with tho other and asks judge ment for $120,000. It Is still pending nnd unless compromised, will be called for trial during the present term of district court. J. J. Hess, attorney for the receiver, de clared after the hearing before Judgo W heeler that he was sure ho had proved an Indebtedness of the Insurance com pany to tho receiver of $25,000. He secures by voluntary stipulation approximately $21,000. The stockholders of the Security company paid In more than $200,000, and when tho company became Insolvent, thero was only abput $r-3 In cash and flcmo very doubtful securities on hand. The stockholders will thus get a very small amount roturned as dividends. There have been some grat changes in the Western Mutual within tho last few days. It has beon turned into a stock company and Mr. Atherton displaced as Its head, with complete reorganization, and Its obligations guaranteed by the de posit of a large amount of cash by new men. Mr. ' Atherton has been assigned as field agent of the company, but has brought suit In Des Moines to secure a better arrangement. , Mother's Advice To Her Daughter A Real Live Doll to Fondle Is Woman' Greatest Happiness. One of the most Important matters about which women concern themielres li their future status at a grandmother. And she Is wisdom Itself wbo knows of or learns of that famous remedy, Mother's Friend. This Is an external application for Uio abdominal muscles and breasts. It cer tainly bss a wonderful influence, allays all fear, banishes all pain, is a moit grateful encouragement to the young, expectant mother, and permits her to go through the period happy In mind, free In body and thus destined to anticipate woman's great est happiness as nature intended she should. The action of Mother's Friend makes the muscles free, pliant and responslTe to ex pansion. Thus all strain and tension upon the nerres and ligaments Is avoided, and. In place of a period of discomfort and con sequent dread, It is a season of calm repose suid Joyful expectation. There Is no nausea, no morning sick ness, no nervous twitching, none of that constant strain known to so many women, bence Mother's Friend Is realty one of the greatest blessings that could be devUed. This splendid and certain remedy can be bad of any druggist at $1.00 a bottle, and Is sore to prove of Inestimable value, nut only upon the mother, but upon the health and future of the child. Write to Hradfleld Regulator Co., 132 LAtnar Hldg. Atlanta, tia.( for their book tu expectant mothers. Fredericksen Wins .His Suit in Court H. K. Frederlokson of Omaha yester day, by Judge Wheeler, waa given a judgment for $22,070.15 against Richards land Comstock, lnnd owners and agents, 'of Omaha. November 30, 1911, Fredericksen entered Into a written contract with Richards and Comstock by which he was to ex change Ills automobile stock for IH acres of Pottawattamie county lund. The land I.t located on the river bottoms and the terms of the contract speolfy that all ac cretions shall be Includod In the trans fer. Agents for Richards nnd Comstock guaranteed that the accretions amounted to 3M acres. Tho automobile stock was Invoiced at $22,300, which was turned in as tho principal payment, leaving a bal ance of $ll,00i). Fredericksen agreed In .he contruct to give Richards and Com stock a mortgage on the land for that amount. When Fredericksen came to take pos session of tho land he found there were no accrotions. He also found that tho premises were occupied by a tenant, who had been represented as a tenant at will, out who proved to hold a lease expiring March 1, 191$. Suit brought to oust the tenant was lost. The court holds, and plainly declares, that Frederlokson was cheatei and de frauded by the agent of Richards and Comstock. The court also holds that If there had been 3C0 acres of accreted land as represented tho property would have been worth $29,3i. The court holds thnt Fredericksen was damagod to the extent of $12,100 by the fraudulent transactions; that the rental of the laud during the unexpired portion of tho lease was worth $1.0, and that the other damages and costs entitle him to rocover the amount 'specified In the Judgment, Key to the SItuatton-Reu Advertising Minor Mention Council Bluffs Offlcs of She Bss la at 14 Worth Kola St. Xslsphon 43. Davis drugs. I Vlctrola, $15. A. Hospe Co. j Corrlg&ns, undertakers. 1'hone 45. Blank book work. Morehouse ti Co, . Woodring Undertaking Co. TeL 333. GARDNER I'REiSS, printing. Phono 53. FAUST UEER AT ROGERS' 11UFFKT. 1w!b Cutler, funeral director. Phono 9T. ro have ok;i .borrow, see c. u. Mutual illdg , and Loan Ass'n, Hi Pearl. UUDWE1BER on drvught. Tne Grand, buuwclaer in buttles m all llrst- class burs. Cook's Cleaning Worn, M iiroadway. Phuuu 178. Rradlgy Electric Co., wiring and fix tures. Phone i)3. A decreo of divorce was yesterday Is sued to Mrs. Uloucl from Her husuanu, iSlcolaus liiodcl, Tnc charge was cruel and inhuman vreatment. Uney wero mar ried on March 27, 1910. Mrs. Inez Bressman was granted a dl Vorco In district court yesterday lrom her husband, Clauao Jirussmun, on grounus or cruelty. They weio married in Maryvillc, Mo., Juno si, 1911. DANISH HALU-Sunday evening at 8 o'clock J ohs. llerskiud ana Jutta tund of lopeiinagen will givo an entertainment with a very attructlvo progium ut tile Danish hall. Tickets, CO cents. J. E. Cummins, pastor of the Bethany Presbyterian church, who Is conducting a aeries of revival meotlngs at his ctiurcu, conuueted a successtul biiop meeting at tho Milwaukee shop Thursday noon. Spontaneous colnuustlon of paint-soaked rags siatted a tire in the fled liuscn warehouse, 1215 South Sixth street lost night that was so promptly controlled by the firemen that less than a Uoreti dollars' worm or oamago was Inflicted, The Eagles will utlond tho bazar at llenson, haturday evening, having char tered cars, which will leave liioauwuy and Main street at 8 o'clock sharp. Those intenuing to inuke the trip will meet In tho largo hall at tho Eagles' bulluing at 7:45, Women and frienas are Invited. A big rabbit nunt has been plannej to be pulled oft on Sunday by the members of the Fish and Uame club and all of the bunnies bagged will bo laid uway and ptopaicd tor a big feast on the fol lowing Sunday. All rnembcrs or tho club who wish to join the hunt must bo at tho club house by a o'clock tomorrow morn ing. The scene of the slaughter has not been selected, but will probably be In tho wlllowu in the vicinity of Munawa. The annual meeting of the Council Bluffs Masonic Temple association was held at the temple on Thursday night. After the business portion of the meeting was concluded the following directors were elected; V. Jennings, James .Me Millen, U. If. Jackson, W. E. McConucil, SV. 8. Balrd, D. C. btuart, R. II. Will lams, F. H. Gray and J. a. Wudsworthi After the business meeting was closed the directors met and organized ns fol lows; President, W. E. McUonnell; vice president, G. II. Jackson; secretary, J. G. Wadsworth; treasurer, R. 11. Will, lamaf executive committee, I. M. Mc Millen, D. E. btuart, W. S. Balrd and V. Jennings. The Ladles' auxiliary to the Letter Carriers' association wus pleasantly en tertained Wednesday afternoon at the jliomo of Mrs. l. r , De Uroat. Kensing ton worK anu cnui aucut.ru me uariv afternoon, followed hy u short business session. A two-course luncheon wus served, the guests being seated at one long table, which ha) for a centerpiece a large dish of fruit. Nine members were jireent. Mrs. F. C. White and Mrs. O. F. Lawyer of Omaha and Mrs. A. J, Prlmeaux of Cheyenne, Wyo. were guests. Mrs. De flroat was assisted in entertaining by her sister, Mrs. J, W. Crowley. The Februaiy meeting will be held with Mrs. Henry Frohardt. L. K. Katterfeld, formerly manager of the national socialist lecture bureau, will give a free lecture this evening ut the old Woodman hall. 138 Broaiway. Mr. Katterfeld has been long engaged in the work of presenting socialism In Its higher aspects and acquired a wide reputation as a finished and convincing speaker. His theme tonight will bo "How to Get What You Want." He comes here at the Instance of tho local socialist organiza tion to fill an engagement made long ago when the local socialists decided upon a campaign of education. His pres ence here Is thus not with special refer ence to the pending municipal campaign, nlthmiKh It will undoubtedly havo (L la- Lvorable lnflucnco on the socialist vote. Tho second number of "The' Larch string," tho new publication started' utv- uer the auspices or me commercial ciuo, i made its appearance yesterday. It Is Up to tho standard of tho Initial numbor. Page Morrison, tho former newspaper man, who Is doing the editorial work, has a characteristic editor's note on tho first page, in which he promises a num ber of new feature articles for succeed ing Issues. The purpose of the publica tion Is to promoto tho business Interests of tho city and nrouso throughout west ern Iowa n closer and moro helpful fcel- Inii toward Council uiurrs anu us ma terial Interests. The purpose Is not to mnkn mnnnv. hut tha fine advertising patronage of the second number Indicates mat mo commercial ciuu in nuijr u find it a money-getter as well aa a trado Inducer, When Master Milton Smith, IB years old, of Mllford. Ncb came to Council Bluffs on Thursday to wed Susie Rcdlger, aged 17 years, alBo of Mllford. he encountered his first serious obstacle In the highway- of matrimony. Thero was no par ental objection for tho boy's father ac mmnnnliil the children and told Mar riage License Clerk Blnkley that It was the Wlsn of all or ine momners ui uum lllou thnt thn vounestcrs should be come husband and wife. Inquiry dls 1 thnt the uov'b mother Is living and had stayed at home. Tho father was told that the Iowa laws required the consent of both parents, when both weto living. Susie's papa had also come along and had given his consent to tho marriage, but he was confronted by the same state of facts, and tried to get around tho difficulty by saying the girl was more than 18 years old. It was un availing and Mr. Smith was obliged to return tn Mllfnrd. eet his wlfo'fl written content and the written consent of the mother of the young girl. After tho long delay the marriage was consumutca in a justico s ouico. r H. P. Baxter, one of the veteran clerks In tho auditor's office of tho linlnn 1 ' clfln hcuduuarters. died yester day at noon at 'his home, 200 Harmony street, Mr. Baxter had held one of tho Important desks In tho auditor's depart ment for more than twenty-six yfars, with seldom a vacation or the loss of a duy. Several months ago ne oeveiopea smokers' cancer of the throat and two months ago was tuken to nn Omaha hos pital for treatment. Lung troublo de veloped during the early stages of tho other maiaay unu no m uhchuu, i mo flkht. Mr. uaxier was t5 years of age, but his ability for the discharge of his duties was but little Impaired by his age, Ho was proverbial for his punctuality nnd a slavo to duty. He would have boon retired on a pension somo time ago ir he hadt consented to It. Mr. Baxter was of EngllBh parentago and wns born In Can ada. His widow, three sons and two daughters survive him. One son, Stan ley, resides In Canada and the others, Arthur and George nnd the daughters, Maude and Florence, live at home. The body was removed to Woodring s to bo prepared for burial, where It will remain pending tho funeral arrangements. SJajiy expressions of condolence were sent to the home yesterday from friends here and from Union Pacific employes. Ileal i:nte Transfers. The following real cstato transfers tiled Friday were reported to Tho Be hy tho Pottawattamie County Abstract com pany. St. Joseph's Catholic cemetery to MviurA llocers. lots 16 and 17, I block, cemetery, a d iV""" Edgar A, ives 10 ueursu 'imuioi, W.88 feet of lot 1. 22-7M. w. d...... 1 R L. Crouch and wife to J. h. HollenbeoK, lot lb, ijiock iv, .nui lln's Kubd.. w. d V V Agnes Folsom to Raymond L. Crouch, lot 16,, block 19, Mullln's Subd., s. w. d..l ;;", Herbert C. Lat'"?ton to II. C. Colles, undivided Interest In nw4 seVi, 33-76-43. . C, a TOO 1C0 Total 1.70O . $2,673 Kscnpril Convict Cnnalit. MASON C1TV, la-. Jan. 23. -Special Telegrnm.)-H. II. Becker, alios Wagner, alias M Her, an escaped convict from St. Cloud, Minn., penitentiary was arrested here today. He was serving a five-year sentence for burglary, but cscupod after serving lean than a year. Ho was ar rested here for stealing seven tubs of butter. Council Bluffs is Among the Leaders in M. and M. Contest When the standing of the candidates tn Tho Boa's Merchants' and Manufac turers' Voting contest is publlshod Sun day, the representatives from Council Bluffs will be found up among the load ers.' In fact the contestants in tho Iowa city are going to mako the nominees In the other districts "alt up and tako notice." In all porta of the city are located dealers who glvo away M, & M, voting coupons on each cash purchase. These retailers represent every lino of mer chandisefrom coal to dry goods. Tho number of contestants la Council Bluffs has Increased to such an extont that tho manager has opened a special contost department for that city. On each Wednesday from 1 to 4 p. m. labels and coupons may bo voted at the branch office of Tho Bee, 14 North Main street. This arrangement will be a groat con venience to local nominees. Remember every Wednesday afternoon you mny cast your votes nt noma This arrangement means quite a saving in postage stamps and carfaro. The handsome cart which Is a part of pony and cart equipment offered to boys und girls under 15 years of age may be seen at Marvin C. Van Dorvecr's show rooms, 12-24 Fourth street. Don't forget that the Council Bluffs branch of tho contest department will be at your service every Wednesday after noon. Tho voting value on everything old by the retailers listed In this big telling campaign will be raised to five votes for each 1 cent. This ruling takes effect Monday, January 28. Now Is the tlmo to get busy. Go after these extra votes. Thote Is only one way to get them and that Is to patronize the merchants who Issue the M. Sc M. voting coupons. Don't hold back your votes. Bring them In now. This Incrcaso In voting valuo Is positively the last that will bo made on coupons during the contest. Hero Is ono more thing that Is worth remembering. The Jennie Edmundson Memorial hospital has been nominated to win that $760 cash premium. Every per son In Council Bluffs, who is not per sonally Interested In somo Individual con testant can help this worthy Institution. Then why not do it? Especially when this aid means very little effort and not a cent of extra cash expenditure. Phone the contest manager Douglas 3119 for details that are not clear to you. Or, when In Omaha, call at 221 Bee building. A HEART TO HEART TALK with our lady customers. Don't feed tho children too much candy and sweet stuff but give them a vegetablo diet. Today wo havo extra fine cauliflowers, only 10 to 20 cents a head; groan onions, 5 cents; new spin ach, 2 bunches for 15 cents; head lettuce, 10 cents; cabbages, 10 und 15 cents; ruta bagas, 3 pounds for 10 cents; nice tur nips, 3 pounds for 10 cents; carrots, 3 pounds for 10 cents. Try our chill beans. 2 pounds for 16 cents. Chill powder. 10 rents. We have noodles In packages, 10 cents; extra fine prunes, lzy, cents; extra fine sweet potatoes, 15 cents; dried apples In packuges, I2"j cents. Try our teas und you will use no othor. Teacup brand, ti cents. In coffees wo have tho B. M. Blend, always good, at 35 cents, Bartel Ac Miller. Telephono 319. Hot Point Electric Irons, $3.60. See our line. P, C, De Vol Hardware Co., 601 W Rroadway. Sixty-Nine File Applications for Municipal Place Blxty-nlne candidate for nomination by tho various parties at tho approaching primary election had fllod tnolr official announcements when City Auditor McAneney closed his offlco yostorday afternoon. Only ono filed yesterday, Frank Rlker, republican. Ho will rceatvo the nomination tor the reason that thero wore no other republican applicants, and ho will undoubtedly make a stiff fight ngalnst Assessor W, D, Hardin, demo crat, who has held tho offlco for many years. With tho passing of the last oppor tunity to fllo two republican members of tho city administration stand forth as having been tendered the fine compli ment by tho democratlo managers and office seckcrH of having no opposition. The socialists even refused to file against Auditor McAncny, all three parties thus practically Indorsing him. Tho Issues are now squarely drawn and with tho exception of the primary balloting the certainty Is that Council Bluffs will seo one of the most nearly non-partlzan elec tions In Its history. The prospect of there being a sharp fight against Park Commissioners Gra ham and Richmond has lessened very greatly clnco yesterday. It will be a good-natured party contest for the nomi nation. Reference to tho proceedings of the park board at tho last meeting In the relation to the refusal to grant permis sion to Nick O'Brien to have the water from the Fnlrmount park artesian wells carrjed to hta property through a main laid in tho strrets shows that the board took very conservative action without either denying tho request or granting It. The resolution recites that the board will consider the matter at some future tlmo If It becomes evident that there la any waer to spare., Those seeking to eecuto the artesian water are willing to pay handsomely for it and there was nover any possibility of any person getting It for nothing. scopo of Influence by placing automo biles under Us protection. Slnca automo biles aro moro easily stolon and promlre better loot than horses, and since about every farmer now has his car, the pro tection of their owners Is of more Im portance than preserving horses, Thero has scarcely been a successful case o horse stealing in th and the members think thoy can afford the same safeguard to automobiles. In addition to the regular work the assoda tion will elect officers. Iottb News Notes, LOGAN-Shorlff Rock and others nr. assisting ti. U Stafford of near Modalo. in htn efforts to find a horse that dis appeared January 18. Mr. Stafford will pay a roward for Information leading to tho location and return of the animal. IDA GROVE-C. M. Good, a grain man here, received samples of Argentina com which is now being Imported Into tho United States. He made threo tests and the corn tested out G2, while standard In this country Is 66. Tho kemals aro small, but It Is f!ch In oil and nutriment. IDA GROVE Aa a part of the move ment to make the high school building . clvlo centor, a debato has been arranged for Friday evening, Januury 30, In which prominent citizens will tako part C. a Mncomber, an attorney; S. M. Corric. former member of the legislature! At ri.cyJ,auy K1"8' noV' w J- Todd, tlx Methodist pastor; Superintendent Glaalcf and Prof, V. E. Montgomery will tak part. Build Up Your Nerve Vitality Xellogts Sonitone "Wafers Make Lift ! Tn ii. rii r nuxui xavixig- lor AIM XlOwa, Brain Fagged People. 50-Gent Box From To Men and Women. Be mastor of yourself; get that cheer fulness, poise and power that como from steady nerves In a vitalized body and brain. Kcllogg's Sanltone Waters dls- One Dollar Sprclnln. $1.25 BASKET of selected canned goods and groceries; One pound Gold Medal coffee, 35 cents; two cans Lynden corn, 25 cents; one quart maple syrup, 25 cents; one cun Heinz Baked beans, 15 cents; ono can Red Clover salmon, 15 cents; one Durky salad dressing, 10 rents. Total, $1.25, all for $1.00. Tele phone 27S0. Frank Peterson. Advertisement. Autos Are to Come in for Protection The annual meeting of the Pottawat tamie Protective association, tho polite nnmo of the Antl-Horsethlet association, will bo held today In tho court; houso. There are three officers In each townshlo In addition to tho regular members, and It Is expected that there will be a gath ering of at least seventy-five and per haps 100 men. The old association was organized many years Ago'. It did effective work In the early days, and there are still l gends that some horsethleves were effec tually deterred by the persuasive elo quenco of a knotted rope. In moro re cent years, and especially since the name was changed, the functions of tho asso r'ntlon have tho assistance of tho law officers to capture criminals'. The association today will ndd to You Want to Feel Good Trr KclW Saoitone Wafars. pels that "down and out" feeling' fill you full of nmb.tton and energy make your "winters of llfo" seem like spring. Don't be gloomy, dull-brained or lazy, or lacking in ''backbone" tar liimlnn.u Kollogg's Sanltone Wafers will lnvlgorato you to a richer, more Joy-filled life. Don't drift with the tide of wearied, c&re-wcrn humanity, when these wafers have Bttvoa so muny "wrecks." No matter what .started your nervous bieukdown loss of sleep, overwork or other causes Kel- loggd Sanitono Wafers will revitalise unu revive you so you li set, all that a worth having out of life. Send your namo and address today with six cents In stamps to help pay nostagu and packing for a free 60o trial box ot Kehogg'a Sanltone Wafers, to F. J. Kel logg Co., 2308 Hoftmacter Block, Buttlo Creek, Michigan. The regular $1.00 size of Kellogg's San ltone Wafers Is for sale In Omaha at Sherman & McDonnell Drug Co., 102 Ho. 16th St; Owl Drug Co.. 324 So. ICth St.; Beaton Drug Co.. 1505 Farnam St.; Loyal Pharmacy. 20T-2CO No. 16th St.; Bell Drua Co.. 1316 Farnam St. : Hurvard Phammcy, 21th und Farnam Sts. No frco boxes from druggists.