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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - August 28, 1913, Beatrice, Nebraska \ WORLD'S WHEAT CROP LARGER THAN LAST YEAR Washington, Ahu-. BV An in crease ni 3.9 jn r t int in Mn* pro duel ion of V. lichi MI Int'* | un ip;ii wheat prod lie hie' * 'Mini'p-> id tin* Jiort In-rn In iii i*• ; • in i > t > reported I»\ caid' lo lln I lilied St,im - I >* * jftiji ii men! of Ault m ll • ■ * :\ {aly. I' inures I rom tin erop j < nor* rd are -Wheel I’* "hum \ I n ii res of prebill*'! inn til y> ar ;tt.< in I * 1*1 issia,    9-1 filii don lei in" lf Ussia. v I 11 1 * !    I the followin' ii. u,t d emmlrie-■ 1 in* total pi'odmdnu *- * : nudie-; al 2. ti "I 'ii' ’ 3.9 per ( 'Mi' C 'S    i    .    i (lineal III tile Slime ennui fit s las year. l»el"itim, I i 111 '.rn i-1.. I fen mark, Spain Italy. Inn - ii in ■ Russia. Su d. ct laud, I nil • i Slat es. ’ anada I win!' 'rom Haile t/fio'dii and point meld o iv gist rat ion mr,iv. es movhir to BRING SUIT FOR v l\ aerepf | , j    ATTORNEYS    FEES! i I * i • t< in lite stallion' \ltred lluxleft and Fulton rf a eh | 1 a I politic house. Hon el* to Wes deliver i Western lion rd. ll tv al *rinarii Me t he it af nor* Morehead I- rn, s.iiim* < an address at is the Imnu* ha Olin a of UIS re i Mum tv, to pieliie. Mf Ole I iii the district, the property; and Hoi*erI, E. I inn**    hrousfht    suit eourl    askin'.;    iii;11 occupied !»y Maud' Post el in ! in ordi r thai I Ley may ohiaiu al I:irile\ s I res alley' ll <hie. ’I he alhjg-    that    oh    November a ipp a for FU Hi    vvMV «riveu OLD - FASHIONED GIRL By ROB VTO HEYNE. India, -lap Prussia, I'm; gary ( ex el ii von in). iii. Wa! f'rot in when I Tuui . Min HAIL PRE TTY MAIDS IN YOU k AUTOMOBILES Omaha. V'    he    S    * Mr < the prep -I P atin os m i,,    ,\ > Sar-Bell fail i r . ;.ai ! rn. > < a '• oil he the nut.ill! . .    |    "ai    mi    i afternoon <    ■*    n    *t    ■ Kaeh n ■ will * mn -< some \ • ‘!>ra - a ; " v n a : I rn ' i decorateiI and rni u, d ; to** hr- ill ess men iii I i; . f '    ;' la hold {lire or fmu* } oiipg wont' n selected lo I - j -) *«    i I he nm;’ from wit ie ii the aulu hill* es et I ere d. all el I "in ■ ■ > ; • o a ’>I o honor at 1 in A ‘ *■ w The la will    n-...    -r    "iii an I Iii rd prizes for I ic ■ -,j dr, -a ■ . automobiles and    ! >wl    *    -<md and 111iret prizes *>    ny-    1    all na* : ive occupy ii I *•-. F. W. SCHAUPP KS MOVING TO LINCOLN fauve who ran for the nomination for tavCrnor «*n the st mn glh oi (lie fart that in'1 and Abraham Lincoln were born on the saute day of the month hut in different , cars. I almoin dournal. ORCHARD MEETING NEAR WYMORE TODAY Tin* Wymore Earners’ I list if til * . dssoenUion will lune a picnic and1 ta \ i'll I he ivr a re; r tin* lim iii deli) nip Hist rat ion ■ ridenthal, imrt Ii vv est al Un three of W farm md a more The eastern express rushed info (tv nth He fit i fop In* soldi little western junction and slopped' atrtruptly A sui j ten port”* opened j the vestibule iv Itll | a etal tor iud nj bant- -.iiut uic ban ' woolly set tho fit tie box rfcp on the J platform From the Inner recesses, j of the Bluffy ears tired travelers; looked out on tim nondescript row of j cheap saloon i j standing ’n tho sun—looked nndj sank wearily on t Ii o cushioned j seats Tho I rain! stood quiet bs an' empty church. Out of this aom : bro atmosphere; came a , oung man ll with a Jaded look on his face. Iii ii a henvv traveling A PU them bv the Hostels, due in (lilt i \ ar secured by a mortgage d on the properly, with tin* sdipiikt tHit, tlud tin* attorneys receive ibis provided certain cases pend ii;"* between Webb vs*. Post*'! be decided iii favor ut the Hostels, lf a f a vi wa Me decision was not nutifts were to r* amble coin penna lion spent on the case. PO RT V R C H A RI,TON MURT FACE MURDER CHARGE Naples. Aug Ai A \virc]<.*-m I Uni Hardin in states that the •body is in\ ii ne Well filled Has old basket din ti el I grove nu I lo attend ■Is for iii tire trident ha i line Bur rn olio VV a. I of lit age v\ ill he a address, . for tin day Whirrs* of Slat" pres Tin will TV?*r/=a*,V his hand he boro .    .I    hag and. without noticing the iiortor'i S' ij.>, liana, passed Uteri'    with presence, ho made hit* way acrose tin Porter Charlton on hoard. It is duaty *,rwt t0 tho "Furlor Saloon JA heavy Max lean furred in Ins nice e\pe led to arrive It em* bridal ion a bench by tho doorway bm tie en when he will be H ied for tile mil!' I tered. and tile barkeep mopped th* .....    !    fltoB and stale b< it front tho counter der o| Ins wile. Horses and Mules iwidraW We will buy any yend. I i **, ass tnt work hor ses or marcs, sound or blemished, and ' so want to buy some ll,cry horses weighing* 1,000 pounds or mo e; they must be from 4 to 7 years old and sound. Will be sit BrubakerV Feed Barn SATURDAY. AUGUST 30. Pillsbury, Nugent & Carpenter WILL SUM I* DAY BE UTILIZE Almost Unllmitfd Power In the Cur \ M t ‘olm! \ ut I ion. Addr I h ss Pro • of am-1 I'niVt I dinner, eoucert. - d IF ie id I ii Ct* ;f rat ion ol \\*el lent o yemen . t . W •till Mea sit \ . I coper Stat. * p. ar.I . •lilt IU F. AY UUpp. rept*i it at iv e W ad teal Rbr st ion Ads brins. I mu albs of <>’ on hor resulh I Cm, ft/, *' £ O ^ Mw ~S, . Ii re a t of Niagara River, at Prose, nt UrHarrcssed. "JI Ut f( or the effort * i pf the civic ft! soda t ion s who 'SU desire - is to pre- . TV til* wren lo bo auticH of !, tlMf; 1#t>i*k! ml. tho : x* tag alw I i iv ar could I' mad* * to d**vi i*lop 'TU) ugh pow r move re t car Ii girt and ■ oven r ho use a; ad suppfj ■ ull tho po W* for i nam ii fact ii ring ifid ii firry in 111 st at*’ of New Yai’fak ’ s and Eii w in Vi T rim mer . Knit cd fSdfttffi a consol at X a ga i c i Pa lls. Ontario, at lim Shore!- an At | ,>rc*( Tit SC or** than a JU cent. posiriblc JMlWli . Ox til vra river ll tis be en Imrae ; xvi Tho ctirt •eat < if vim ri ver I lf] OW th * (iU) bel haf i WL a d i- -.'onto ■ hout , affoftitofi th soc ne Ty i n sny degree*. “it ha,* » beet a only \\ rh in th.* : las falls the of a nm civ cs hav** t ll ti I CV* ll herm ut iii; Thor* i ha vc Im •n effort a made to tho < VU rr' cut o f tho rh I cr below falls. but cNorl- ii ave pot pm conin mrc hilly s .nee*-*??; f pl i Bvt one only to cl ab- ov , r tm-JO cire I Alife ff the « qty of Ni iagura F; tills, X. V , ({on arid I tack, ova i ■ the ' BIT re •ad on lh (* i * anadii in itic. I to rota!tx# a retune ’ terrific fin rec Mi** go thrum gii tin? c bannet, t and to mu st y ml th** ■ possl ibii I tie*? ( if power de opmv (it t Washit agt on Post. Young RIIIm walked to th** Bink. and Rotting bin valise in tit** tonier, turned tho faucet. No water came and lo walled indifferently to lh** front of} th*' saloon. Tiff* v oiling: man, nm von a. j I min dissipation, stood almoin!' fum j bllng hic last stiver dollar in his j pocket    j    (. \ sharp-eyed man. mat tem. entorwl j. from the rear, and Castine a glance j at lh*' well-dressed stranger, stepped J »• behind one of tho gaming fnb’rn, aret ! |* removing tho faded rover, began toy leg with tho rttftck; of ebips with Condense! Stablert of the Condition of The Beatrice National Bank August .1913 RESOURCES I I bseulllli >    » UM MHI LIABILITIES, , » 11 a I I ll M I (M I , , . I ll ll I I r I ■urn 11 I1 feigned alrolesnm would play his I birt waiting -with for th** propmen found himself ii about one of (ho heavy jowled VU turning a large hand bearing a dog collar; next ic sin dandy wjib a girl cat drfuklr m, her back t, '*> turned awn na Ilia doita dwl mo, a v, mid I ft'(towed hr rood, so pvi i not seen Ettli oil ar 340, C I .PA'*. 11 I > iiiiinK rning air > a grrrnr tiib!**«,    \ Cid!'. hi w'th a Mierlfi*- ''ab* and Ne bn prnj be the table v. Uh ♦ hem lf*" lay in As h wind tar) I; on is. hip; artlet! ’p fla<d • (abit ■ted th** mm I I |! im IPI! of Align 1,11 UN. I> Judge a fie aid th ; of th' Pm I I. I rh * hit th.* Th* Midde Na mc l’eop’e have IM lov.*e<l Pie pion zn r* namea aa they v •years ago not v\ was allowed in Kl gal The old ling! aud admitted ruling. Tho Once HF'c.i!. •ire Of ha vine y wisped. In evt. a a ami I England, lf higlffih law vv;; of no infract! u!y (-xeepflou _ An oi’ilinuj'.v ettp of coff caifciu' a poisonous drily. Five ora ins of caffeine 'n erioiiyli lo kill course liuit ijmeh vvoubin't kill a man. But 'boulimia), coffee «ii*in k iii .ut n.suallv produce,* bilious j I ess, headache, dullucs--. ..-leeplessm .-s. i rr i I ubiiil v aud heart agitation. Many people have gotten rid of these troubles by quitting coffee and using It is pure and made entirely of Norlhein wheal and Hie Juice of .SoulIn.*rn .sugai'cam, lh,.slum is a genuine I’oml-v    -c^fli in Natl re s j>ho-;jihat<-s. aud e-n^aius no drug Tell ate vc r. I ’o^i u.'n Tomes in two Un’ms. Keg blur Postum (mu I b-*. boiled : A IrnsL.uit Fas turn requires no boiling, A I is made instantly by stirring a level teaspoonful in a cup of hot wafer with Cream aud sugar to taste. Ex pc rime 111, mil ii you get it to suit your taste, then have it always made tim! way. Made I .-gitI. Pos! nm has a delightful flavor, resembling high-grade dava. lf coffee doll T agree suppos* you leave it off ten days and try I’ostium Drink it instead of coffee. ‘‘There s a Reason'' definite El Of U Iou made to this iron-elad regulAtEoii was in lb< case of persons of royal rank IC thee realh wished it they coil bl boart a I nhdilP* na mu but w oe to th" person of ort!'nary rank who was diffident!.* I unwise or obstinate to insist on hav big more than two appebafions For the first off* us* he would very likely be tied rn a whipping port and severely lashed For n second off n * ho would endure rome more la sung punishment, ptirhape tho re-pvoval Of his thumbs or his ears. Arid if he still persisted in Ida stubborn iSc-sH ho would be hanged. Tie > .* is a "ase on record of a poor ynau- in all probability half demented .- v,ho insisted on aianinu four name mer} time he wro>e iii". ! ■ wore to an> paper Of cotirse ho passed (brough alt the legU siaima of pur mil me nt, un FI ho was finally haiig*'*!. Letting Her Slide. ‘ I was in Connecticut a few days ,i£o to nee about Borne business in my Un-,'* said tin* insurance man, “when it became necessary for me in use lite telephone. i ;T<-ppe<i into head quarters on the heels of a farmer, and ho turned to me and said; "If .ni wish to uao the wiro first, go ahead.* “ ‘Bu< you are first,' I replied. “ 'Yes. but FII waive it.’ “ 'I only wish rn ask a business que;'! ion while your message may bo one of life yr death.' ” ‘Oh. it ain'! so bud as that,' ho rr piled with a grim smile. 'My wife eloped with a windmill man last night. but you go right ahead with your talk.’ “ -But. you want to stop her,’ “‘Si ranger,- chat'n inst what I don't wan’ t > dot T "want, to telephone to tho constables all over the country to let her slide, aud he durned to her! ’ ” war. ny mg a raged flung the tack to played tho ti every play about * 'av ie or r<-d it \ stack of his On you w ih* ga nit'? ’ Ellis raise bier s voice reply w' window win thin layed th mines e tigers pi intent. •ame, a rew sn WHI ball unit; yved He 'ii de it here lilac rid th tdily. winning?' ash to r; You arr lucky.'’ ired his eyes at tho gain *e and was about to make I (.-la uc* •) - '    ; - ,i'rh • lie <■ p • .lin, he paw ti young girl the price of Salmon Industry Threatened. Alaskans any that indiscriminate Hjaughter moo ti will drive the whales out o ' the north Pa* ’de, and thai this v- ii reoil)' in the destruction of the aal mon industry. Couritleae millions of herring, now driven close to shore by tin* whales, will stay out in the deep wa Fir, they declare, and the almon, which lire on the herring, will stay out in deep water with them, except in the spawning season. i vhe said reverently ; “lb". ' ' thai." t n'd th*-* gambler, i ' f, -'n tin hi ' -laid RI Ha, sbovtoi: the chips across the tab!**. "Manila,“ called an angry voice “('"una til. give ne tho two dollars" Fait she v.-rn pushing through th** crowd toward Kill:? and tho alack of bright silver he wa.*, ai,ms Iv j'.orb et lug She was at bis < Ibov v ' • i ff"’ ’urn- •• ' I brought yon I"- I.,'    1    ;    r.    <: 'T’ome, b't's have a i u-., '' With a feel inc OI d'-o; ?!' gu f lp> wits about to preas a - 'sa ufo her ; palm. when Horn* tlu u’ * her uupo.-.r anre arrcsuml bim    a heavy ; band he turned li**r face Into bis, aud; -he Tnk. d wibjl\ Into hip c.-. s, "Y'otir’’ hIk* gasped TrnmbUn;; with agitation, he dres her oui through ttic- door Tho voir? of fur Mexican lover, high in im preen ti on floated after th* sn, ap, not know lur: how. hor now friend supported; tho shrinking girl to a bench. “Prudence! Prudence! Can it hi I dup for ad * ort it stud <|o \i»W given t: t" i, and truai and LIU: ndtiv. , a I t1 day of Heptemb front door **f the t'ourt bouse in t city of I lea t rte . (Sage < -Minty, N< it* Pi, at tile hour of ll o'clock p 1 a lids rd *ini(% of aid day. > ii aul astate at public ii net ion to j It- it' s 111<td' i for ca ii in ' a sn I My sn) d> cree* aud ; crruin; < a, lid irdero I, .HH IN I. FCH IKK, Si ♦’•iiii of Kar* t'ountv, Neb Uinuker «' Kuhi. Ai I'triiM ti Mo I I’eat ii- ti"    ii    J* IL HA    * ll" NS! ,x .1.0*. atma . >    »2 ■* A r ♦.    -l«    *    * *    #.    ♦ ♦    * DR F E. MACCRACKEN. * TU’ DAISY B MACCRACKEN * Osteopathic PhVBimnE. m <    I I I Ilion Ffj:;, f * ani * *► + •*• •b4*’** + *§* + + 4* + 4* DR F VZ ARD E. STEFFEK C cot*nth A* Plyjiituan Dojo Block    61 ft Ella Ii Bt ..trice, Neb. v ■'*•» T ■*.* ■■ ’'.WWMRMI •; - - -    - ev rwi a.... • zxMmxzmmmmm DR. V Y, GASI $    OST    FDI’A Til Lady Attendant | Of im * (J\er i»e_'uU * Store ll W. AHLQUIST FARM LOANS. KON HS. REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE. < uti. «■ in ti-, mum National Bauk Building. % el ire of S j*j• ♦ ii * a* ut Irater. In fla- county (-oui!, Neb! a let Ba <• c d ain of John ceased, To 11 a* 'our:    al law op:    In    ic    J*    st    (id    ill    ill' * N l'’utlcr, (b a-a1 (‘d Von arc hereby notifn-d (’oi.ibey, ioutiiy altoiipy (lase cl hi ti I v, Soh', aska, for Dr. J L. PENNINGTON NperfulM Spinal Adjustment*. Call: I’:,. * .yt!t Answered (Iffice I to ('(Hill Si “rot floor I foil It, ti to I ll and I to • .a and C 30 to 8 Both phoner. Cot; ultati' ti Fice. a Monument until you have acca y*1,1 •    ! half of    aid CS Age    county, Ka    fit They rat in alienee,    the    girl dry    | pet,if iou    in aid    court, praying.    Hint • ■yea aud rebellion.    t ’    '• • t -    .    > “Prudence*,” he said,    when ho wa:    "a"    •    •    of is*    • "    ■' able to speak, "did * ou    that tittle    ,’‘‘''.‘‘i,    and ilia;    ani mat tm    ha-    bec ©Id-fa.shlonod girl pans    tho    window?’    ' ' * hit*    lo*.*!ring    tin ..rd day    of    ■ m> “I hate her, I hrdo hor!” cried the : ll    *    when, fab* n i*icl    belore . aid    rouii,    all    pm';.on    int "She reminded mo strangely of you. Prurience, when we were children to-fir*a'der,'- back there on the old ('he. pap' Have you forgotten how hap os ted may appear aud show raus.e, if any there In*, '.shy the prayer of tin petitioner clmuJd not he grained. Witness my bund and Mio cit off a bl court this I Hit dr, of Align a. Tho NEIDHART MONUMENT WORKS. J. MCGIRK, M. D. S, YO,- r. As .) TM RO AT Gin:,:;cs Fitted. Hours: 9 lo 12 ie in., 1:30 to 5 p. rn. Sunday by j appointment. Office in tho Beatrice National Bank block. lf IAR, july ; ant tripped about the quiet old j    I ll 13. •■ihag*" ...jwy.,„„de;narefy you at in church between your stern old uncle and ; our kind rum! . Have you ma memory of the old scenes, tile old life, (ljto old friend?-. They arc. longing for you. Lot me send von home." The girl was weeping sip uUy. Thai night, as tho train thai, sued eastward w*; currying back to th; mfd olio who hied strayed afar off, and ac < F to th*-' south with ne','.' p.irpas'* *. in bis hear!. Staunch Ellis turned Jib: face, a little maiden in tin w stern ' .neFvu town in nocoat as, is th eryadn Atwo; of Hic intiuence of its Ufo, knelt by her boti and than# *d Mod th;.-' ail' well with tho world (J "f*' rig Im I- fiiMjy O'fi'y 1-*^ (*.;.,} Ii. (L. ll) A cd ice ii IL WAL!LEX, County Judge. \ |ipoittI meal I raf or. In the county court, Mage (on• Nebraska, In re estate of Jahu Brown, deceased. To the heir;' af. law aud all ’persons tnt(ueased in the    e,state    of John Brown, decea md. You arc hereby notified thai Samuel VV. Brown has fifed hi.- petition in said court, praying    that    In    , the said Samuel VV. Brown,    may    o    appointed    j    . administrator of the colate of said J deceased, aud that    ald    mal id* bu.    I    *»* been set for ii ca ring Ma* 3rd day of i September, BMJ. at !) o'clock a. rn,, when, fH’fore said court , all persons$ g- BF.ATRICE PANTATORIUM 'Cleaning, pressin:* and repairing nenL | Iv and UHir kiy done. Order- taken [fur fine Ta Mw Made XnlfaFund ngenl ho l incoln Hat Co. li sts made new. I rider Barwood bou l, Kell phone A-’ft?, First come, first served. 0. I*. R,\LSr0,\, Crop. -b *i- -b 4- J- -b •!* J* *b -I* -b *i* + * L. J. KOE PFF I * SUBSCRIPTION AGENT +' * Orders taken lor any mag' * •S’    iv.    ll,.    TT~;    ...»    + + + 4 d* 4 4* 4* •!• * F d* d* 4* d* + Orders taken Lor any mag Bane in the United States. Telephone me your renew Phones 2C3 or 224J. I VI t V2 xn I OM.fW WI JIM 77C,(57G Mf) 'ti, I 4 *% 'vt I ;