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I. L. ACHESON
International Harvester Company
Implements and Machinery
H. C. Oil and Gasoline
advertised in this paper
Burl County Fanner Granted New
Trial By Supreme Court.
WAS 6IVEN LIFE SENTENCE
PHELAN OPERA HOUSE BLOCK
of all descriptions
for any part of a
house or barn.
Dierks Lumber & Coa! Co.
Phone 22 D. Waters, Mgr.
P-:r Aray ti His Farm Home Nesr
Grand fttM, Men., Sept. 30. tb
fun- rnl ci fud J R. TWaOpOOg wae
held at his residence in lalf city this
gftt i Men.
John Kb hard Thompson, .ormeily
juelge of the dletficl onrt ami In the
lajri when the Populist party was In
the asce-mlam y candidate1 for nomina
tion for iK vcinur ami supreme Judge,
pas-d awa at Ills faim home, twenty
mile west id this city, at the age of
sivtv-tu-i veniK. ol consumi tinn. from
Hi erother-Gtrm.ni to Celebrate I Jk h ( , ,., MVer snfr,.1Pr
at Lincoln To Take Off Motors f,M gome months and slightly affected
for n num. he t 't vears. He leaven hve
children Mis I)r Famsworth, Mrs.
r,rae loms. Mir. Kate Carr, .lohn P.
Thompson and Mrs D. W. Musser, and
two brotkert, Hon V H. Thompson,
State c 'mil man of the Democratic
committee, and Rosr. Thompson o
lOWl Mi Tboat peon w;is I native of
Ohio and e-nne to lown with his par
His in 1'.4 and to Grand Island In
Convicted in Lower Court of Killing
Deer Becoming Plentiful.
Successor to Frink Wallace
and transfer work
Office at Rodger' Grocery, Phone 1. Ree. phone 583
You May Be To Blame
For Unsatisfactory Service
Did it over occur to you that lyou lnitfht
not be oaing your telephone the right way y
H you do not you got poor .service.
Do you speak tide -ways, above or gll
inches away from the mouthpiece?
Do you know that by using the telephone
the Wrong way the other person is not hear
ing you woUr
When the called party cannot hear you
he says "Door service, ' and blames the
Won't you use the telephone the right
Lincoln, S-pt 30 A new trial w
granted hy the supreme court to
Frank lnson. a wealthy farmer !
Burt (-.unity, convicted in the lower
court ol killing his brother and sn
ten d to the pe nitentiary for life
Ueson alleged that his hrother hal
el, beached his wife and ruined hi
horn', and that brooding over hi-
wrongs bad rendered hint mentally lr
responsible. A physician who testifleel
in the trial court said Larsng was In
sane at the time of the killing.
That the political campaign contii
hiition proposition is a se rlous prob
lem In other places than the state
house was evidenced when a rail was
leaned rot everybody .. erestad in
campaign e onti 'IbUtMUS ;;t !: Lancei
ter ecfunty eourt honai to iteet in ih
'iffle.. of Count v S'irv iyor V. I Icr With
three committees CnHlns on RcpuV.n
ans (lu re tor contributions, the p.t ,;o
altton has become serious. However
only two men showed up at VMS n r- t
Inir and flVlalp end employe :t Bt! I
take the mcenntion te peep a:- ind
the corner before making !l movti tr
ace If the dtcide-l rn.ni.alin mona
lit In Bight with his little blot V 0 '
Wilson Arrange Yicntl
The Democrats ol Lincoln a.e mnk
Ing great preparation) lot 'omln
of Woodrow Wilson, next Saturday
They expect to make it a state wld
affair. Charles Bryan has been ap
pointed by Chairman McAdoO of the
Democratic national committee to
have charge of the ni range-ments for
Qovernor Wilsons trip in Nebraska.
The Lincoln meeting Will be In Id at
the Auditorium and W. I. Bryan will
To Take Off Motora.
At a meeting or the railway commis
sion, General Manager Stenge i of the
St. .Joseph and Grand Island Railway
Company, and Fdson Rich, attorney
for the Ultion Pacific, appeared and
naked leAva to take ofl all motor car
service on the St Joseph road. The
service, consisting of five cars, arm
put on a nn experiment, with the un
demanding thai if the service did not
pay thy could be taken off.
Germans to Celebrate.
Great preparations are being mad
for the German day celebration in
Uncoln the coming month and alread)
some rr the finest floats e ver seen on
Lincoln streets have been prepared
The festivities or German day were
such a sm cess laat year that It was
decided to make it an annual fall res
thai fot Lincoln, and in time It is
hoped to make- it 0f state wide Import
Morrissey Files Appeal.
Morning & l.edwhh. representing
Andre Bt Morrissey, filed in the di
trial court or Lam aster county an ap
peal from ihe deelalon or Secretary
or Stat'' Wall that the bull men--'
candidates be placed upon the ballot
A trails, rint from the secretary ol
state 's office was lied, toge ther with a
petition asking tor the reversing of
the ruling of Secretary or State Wall
Der Become Plentiful.
That deer are becoming more plenti
ful is shown by the fad that a doe was
set n on tn" Colonel Branson farm, two
m'les south of Waverly, and a big
buck with large horns was discovered
..bout seven miles southeast or Lin
coin toother deer put In an appear
ance n. ar Greenwood. They are fttlts
tame and Unless c;!aseu Dy uogs win
probably be seen frequently.
Enrollment at State Farm.
The enrollment of students at the
state farm oill be greater than any
pft-evtoua year. Recording t indiea-.
tlone. Roglatratlon will not begin un I
Ml (let. If, hut ir the oi r ponde m e
ree fixed b I'limipal Bradford ind:
elites anything it means a big attend
snet this year or the school.
Alliance Tailoring Co.
Cleaning, Pressingand Repairing
Ladies' Work a Specialty
Only Steam Presser in the City
FRENCH DRY CLEANING
Stanton & Keeley, Mgrs.
TECHNICAL SCHOOL FAVORED
Agitation Is Started in Omaha for
Such an Institution.
Omaha. S"pt. :'.). Agitation for the;
establishm- Bt or a tee hnlcal bigh
school here has been started and ru
mors are allo.it that assistance will be
offe red by certain railroads now short
of help and by the labor organizations.
One of the plans which the labor
organizations may consider is to es
tablish a technical SelMOl where stu
dents could Work hair a day and
study the otlcr hair. This would give
many an opportunity to secure an
education that is n"v beyond theii
Bnperlntt Dd nt r.rnff be! teres thai
ttlttmattly Omaha will follow the ex-
ample eif other cities and establish
trade schools, but he says he Is will
ing to wait until some other cities es
tabllih a precedent that can be r.nf
SUFFRAGISTS TO OPEN FIGHT
Seek to Inject Franchise Spirit in the
Omaha, Sept. 10. When the state
teachers' association me'i'ts here' toi
its annual convention, Nov. 8, 7 and 8
prominent Meal suffragists will, if nee
eeaary, w age B Un c i day fight to se
cure the adoption of a resolution in
dorsinp woman suffrage.
Mrs Draper smith, well known club
woman and suffragist, and Mrs. Ada
Atkinson, president or the Political
Bqualtty league', Will lead the fight.
They will vrite to tb secretary ol
the National Educational association
ror a copy of the Suffrage resolution
submit i eel to and Indorsed by that
hody at its meeting In Chicago and
will frame similar resolution to sub
mit to the Nebraska teachers.
C. W. Zurn & Co.
Sidewalks, Foundations, Porch and Floor Work.
Cement Water Tanks, etc.
All Work Guaranteed
PHONE 562, OR SEE G. ZURN
CASH PRICE LIST
On and after November first we will sell
coal for cash only
Cash prices in effect at present time are as
Sunshine Maitland Lump, delivered, 8.40
Sunshine Mat., washed nut, del., 8.20
Monarch lignite), delivered - - 6.00
J. H. VAUGHAN&SON
Wholesale and Retail Feed and Fuel
Phone No. 8 213 Box Butte Ave.
Nebraska Telephone Company
GRAIN RUSHED TO CHICAGO
Wheat Shorts Trying to Prevent Be
ing Squeezed by Armour.
Omaha. Sept. 21. There is a rush
or grain just row from Omaha to CM
e-tigo. dealers being anxious to get the
commodity through to prevent being
rejueeaed on a little wheat deal that
Armour is e-r.'iiiteii with manipulating
The grain must be delivered In Chi
cago by the last day ot this month,
hence the hustling. At the Omaha ele
vators the forces are- being worked
night and day loading ears that are
afterward being sent cast on peasea-
ger train schedule,
Valentine Hatcheries a Great Success.
Kish Commissioner O'Brien is dis
trlhutlng the tO.OOti black bass which
were 'bis year hatched la the nest
hatcheries at Valentine, The new
hatcheries are proving an ideal place
for the propagation of the big mouthed
beauties and the hatch this season
was far beyond th expectation of Mr.
6'Brieu. The hatcheries are about a
mile from Valentine' and there is un
abundant supply er splendid water
riu- fish will be distributed In lakes,
nnel str ams which are adapt. 1 to
blac k bass.
Furnas Pioneer Ends L'fe
Oxford. Neb.. S. pt. .in. Fred Hell
tier committed SUieida by hanging
himself to a tree near his home He
was found b his son. Carl Hellner.
Despondency was 'hoagnt to gave
heen tl e cause Mr HothMi was a
pioneei settler of Furnas county own-
i las ta--m across tr.e river iron
Most Extraordinary Land Sale the West
Has Ever Known
Government auction sale of 7"5.O0O acres Wind River Reservation
lands near Thermopolis, Wyo., September l!Hh, 1!M2, at minimum price
of $1.00 per acre, and :!50,000 ac res Crow Indian Reservation lands ne-.n-Hardin,
Moiit.. October 21st, 11)12, at minimum price of $1.50 per aere.
No residence required. Qoi title right away. Buy some of these cheap
lands and go to raising high priced cattle.
YOU WILL NEVER HAVE A LIKE CHANCE AGAIN
ROUND TRIP TOURIST TK'KLT from Omaha to Thertnopedis. 131.-
mm . All ....-. V.... I. 1 mm . . ... 1 m.mm
, ,, any nay umn ,.-s,-"j-it'iiiit-i oum, Kinm iu rvviM u iu ue-iuut-i .,isi.
rale's from other stations. Stop overs allowed everywhere.
On this ticket you can see the Free t!40 acre homesteads in Vi''
ern Nebraska, ami slop at I'pton, Moorcroft and Oillette, Wyo., to ste
the Mondell 810 BOM Free Homesteads the new three year homestead
law applies to these lands stop at Hardin, Mont., and see the Cro-v
Indian lands at $1.50 per acre, at Huntley and Billings to see Govern
ment irrigated lands and Carey Act lands; see the rich, well watered
irrigated lands in the famous RIG HORN BASIN and then to Thermop
olis to see the three-eiuarter million acres of Wind River lands that the
Government is offering at minimum of $1.00 per acre.
THIS IS A GRAND XII II and an unusual opportunity. Write quiisk
for maps and full particulars.
Former Has Both Legs Broken
Rloomlleid. Neb . Sept M - Geor.''
BarlOW, a farmer living some miles
north as er lab) cit. met with a bad
accident while driving a gasoMne en
nine fie I'lgped and tell under it
mmm ,, .r imth hi.- eg-.
L u ..k.n'.oer and Fines. Runburg. -arpeutera
T ' (11. I.S . I.T ,1. . ' "I
o !, :'v i.os!:!'.il and tils attend
Oxlord He is survived by a WldOWi
five daughters and "aree -ems
Two Kearney Carpenters Hurt.
K.atney. Ne b . S pt 3t -II ' '?
D. Clem Deaver, Immigration Agent
1004 Parnani Street, Omaha, Nebraska
'r.g physicians have
legs w 111 b aved
r.opes that his
Farm & Ranch Scenes
Post Card Work as well as larger Photographs.
Persons wanting work done send me word and I will call.
Latest improved camera for instantaneous work.
To Bring Klossen Back.
John P Knglish. eounty attorney of
DoUKlai eOUUty, ban made application
o '".eive rnor idrlch for requisition pa
pers 'in the governor of Missouri lor
Rmll K!oen. who deserted his wife
ami child In Omaha and Is niw held
bv the chief of police at St. loaenh
ure in l.UKes noopuai buh-t-i ih
with a dislocated hip and a fractured
i-iicktioll". respectively, a- a result or
- forty ffM" fall inside e,f a silo, on
which they were working, the ae cl
dent happening em the J. W Ket.ey
farm, fourteen miles northeast of the
School Union Destroyed by Fire.
Hea in ihe public school buildMig
a t'n on destroyed the building and
ino-t el Ihe furniture The schoo"
was In ssion at the time The ra
raa notleed to bragfe out In Una fur
Forger Giver Indeterminate Term.
mm 'Jrt .tl a r T V Wwi:
lOlh .A-ei r.. i' .- . -- m f.
...i ..UK c.inrf ,-hee ks .in'uaee ic eiiee .-mi i""'- e "
, . ...
was 1 primary n c.'""1'
ham. e ha r
the York rcoduce conipuuy
brough before Judge Corerau and
sentenced lo the nenltentlarv He was
given an ind; te rminate uentence
Mortenien Memorial Booklet.
Ord. New, Bent M A hundsome
gtsmnrial hooklH for the Iste P--i
Morten sen, c neitainlag bh pnetmlt, bi
ography and tiib'ites to MM has been
ma le i,, t.is wif.' and son Tor dis
Urihullon pne.n- hi friends.
Signals for the
flre drill were' given and the little pco
pu. filed out as if uothing we re wrong.
prisoner Commits Suicide.
Grsnd Island. Neb. Sept. 3".
(jpon-. Keyea, a pison' i tn the coun
ty Jail on tl,e- eggrga eif shooting with
intent to kill lew Secrley sorne
iiionths ;go. lommittrd suicide hy tt;k-
gej c:ibiiie- arid Keyea was .-ou.-id-
(-. d . feet rate characttr
The Celebrated FREE
The l&j&W The
Sewing K M Insured
1 Machine ' 'jfSp ' ' Sewing
Made -i f-cw-y Machine
CAt.t. AND BNAMIKK. IT AND gtfgsll MP VVOHK
I Geo. G. Gadsby
121 West Third St. Alliance, Nebraska