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he Drake Hotel is ready to
serve Luncheon, Parties or Ban
quets at any time. Don't be afraid
to talk with the ma-iagement about
the menu or decorations.
BOWMAN & SON
II a I T Id fmhv I
DISTRICT COURT ARJOURNS
Michael K. Nolan, Appealant. Set
for jury trinl MM term.
The Jury cases will be tried at
Hi.- first term early next year.
SThe most satisfactory way ot heating a house
Is with a furnace. I handle the Wise and j
0 Jewel furnaces. They can be seen at my shop
J equipped to hand
jjj good time to have
that plumbing job
put in before cold
X weather sets in.
Judge Westover Goes to Chadron
(Crowded out last week.)
Following is a report of the term
of MlUkM Court which adjourned
Naturnli.Htioii matters CUTWd ov
er until next sfttlng or this term,
I leceniber Ufth.
Dismissed on Motion of County Attorney:
Stale of Nebraska, ex lei. Thos.
Marnes vs. GeorKla I'almer, et
1 have experienced
men for my plumb-
le a I I kinds of
work. Now is a
N liraska, ex rel.
State of Nebraska. C";l ('.
vs. Nellie Wesson, et oi.
State of Nebraska, ex rel
State of Nebraska vs. Central
Lumber Company. Case passed.
State of Nebraska, Cecil C. Smith
vs. Nellie Weston, Alo State of No
brasska, ex rel. Kugene Heeves vs
QttOM Snow. Itonds tiled and p
manent injunctions granted.
of ail descriptions
for any part of a
house or barn.
Dierks Lumber & Coal Co.
Phone 22 0. Waters, Mgr.
Successors Frank Wallace
yiP'' and transfer work
Office at Rodgers' Grocery, Phone 1. Res. phone 583
The Telephone Operator
Needs Your Assistance
Are you alwiys blunting tb ojerator for your
Report your troubles to the proper department
at the time they occur, yivUtfc tlie nature of the
trouhle ami llie telephone staff will promptly do the
Many time the operator is a mueh misjudged
girl. Ih'i vork is diftieidt and her errors marvel-
ously tew. and she alwavs tries to be )Hlite and
Charles K. Wiltsey vs Isunc llook
ey. Dismissed at plaintiff's cost
Howard I.. Mnshnell vs. Herman
Schultalbers, et al. Go&tlattod by
Clws. Herbert, Appealee, vs. C.
Herl)ert, Appealanit, set for trial by
jury next term.
John W'allis vs. C. A. Anderson.
Set for Jury trial next term.
Adelbert l. Ilinman vs. John II;
Trueblood, et al. Stay of execu
tion of foreclosure filed.
T. H. Tobiin vs. John C. McOor
kle, et al. Sale confirmed.
Q aorta P. Qui re vs. c H. & q.
Ry. Co. Set for jury trial next
Olie Wnlbridge vs. Kred Wal
bridge. Dismissed by plainniff at
Howard I. Hushnell vs. K. K.
llovard and H. M. Anderson, first
and true name unknown. Continued
Kred Kulpcr, Ivmma 1). Harris,
Rose Crtaman, William Kulper, (ieo.
Kulper vs. Men ha Kulper, a minor
for whom Mary Kulper is guardian
and Clarence S. Chrisman admini
trator of the estarte of Kred' and
Minnie Kulper, deceased. Report
of referee approved and stle con
finned. Lizzie S:ott vs. Charles Posvar,
Mary Poovar. his wiic. The Durland
Trust Company, a Corporation. Se?
for jury trial liext term.
BfttO U. Simpson, et a', s. Kred
V. Reader, et al. Set for jury
trial next term.
fleorge Snyder vs. Conn Sin 11,
Alias Conrad Sneil. Spo ial appe ir-
V w Vorte.u vs. Conrad Snelt.
Si'( ial appearance Med.
Christine J, Ivey vs. Claren e K.
Ivey. DtVOrOfl awarded plaintiff.
Itirdie C. Springer vs. J. l,awrenee
BOWUMM and Mary llowman. his wile
Sale or foreclosure confirmed.
Nebraska State Rank vs. William
A. Daupin. Mary Daupin, real name
unknown, wire of defendant, William
Daupin, Ora K. I'hlllips and Luke
rhilltps. lKrendants allowed to rile
answer in cross petition.
Arthur Volker vs. Chas. C Jam.
son. Set ror Jury trial next term.
Helene . Schmidt vs. Ora B.
I lllai k. Set tor jury trial next term.
Minnie .1 IL ter vs. John . Hot
ter. Plaintiff given dvorcie and cus
tody of eJstUbN n.
Charles King vs. Mae KiiiR. IMaln
tr ivf-u divorce.
Kva V. Klm.ne vs. W illiam W Kl
mere. Plaintiff given divorce and
title to her property o)l;r:r..'d in
floors B. Siantoli v s City of Al
lianoe. Bet for jury trial n-'Xt lria
Willis tl C.ntle v. C. H. & Q
Ry. Co. l)'.smis!eJ by plulmPrt.
The AIUMsOO Mntldiim k Loan As
so.ia.icn vs. Klla 1. Hamblln et ai
umrtfoJ $:4Lt.j; wth u
interest. Kort closure u
BRYAN WILL DELIVER
ADDRESS TO TEACHERS
Omaha. Nebr., Oct. ft. W. J. Ilry
M will deliver the primlpnl address
tjf tore the State T ai hers Associa
tion, which will be held In Omaha on
November fi, 7 and 8. Mr. Hryan
bM mad- a study at first hand of
edtration In many of the leading
cr.untrie or the world. H - will
speak on Thursday evening, Novem
ber 7, his address to be d iiv ied in
James W. Crabtree or River Falls,
Wis., (Orator sui)erintendnt or Publ'n
Instruction or Nebraska, will reiurn
to (5 od's Country and deliver an ad
dr. ss His appi-Jirance again In the
state insures a hearty reception rrom
the (Metiers or the commonwealth.
Dr. Frank Mc-.Muny of New York,
w:ho has accepted a place on the pro
gram. Is one of the most widely
known educators' in the United
Slates. He will speak on the 'Char
act. Tistica of (!ood Supervisicn", be
fore the ipertatoadOfl and prin
():her spealt rf are BojfeOO Dave .1
poit, dean and director of the Col
lege or Agriculture, I'niverslty of
Illinois; Charle.. II. Jud, Dean or the
s:hooi or Bdncetlon, Uolverotty of
Chioaso; anl the llonorab'e Philan
der P. Claxion. t'nited States Com-
missioner of BdOCfltlon. Mr. ClaJUOfl
Is an ora t of of repowj and his ad
dress will he w.jrth a trip to the
CARLOAD OF AUTOS
C. H. Tully received a carload oi'
new liuick automobiles Satunlay. Mr.
Tully has the agency for these popular
cars and exepcts to place a largo
Dumber of them in this territory the
e: :: ;;in .
Nebraska Telephone Company
Both in Use
And it docs better
work. Simply follow
your customary method
of preparation add a
little less of Calumet
than when using ordi
nary baking powder.
Then watch the result.
Light, fluffy, and even
ly raised the baking
conies from the oven
more tempting, tastier,
Calumet insures thebdkmgof m
expert. A:k your groccf io-ujy
:han vw. C J'
e si' tled and
mm vs BlfiO LOff
vorce given to plaintiff
Lois ililcy vs. Alvin Kilcv. Wwcoj
ftiven to plaiutiff.
fanie H. UOM v. Mmt K
t'oiiiinuinl to next sitting
Howry Hi. r, l'iealee vs. Loran.lo
H !!h :u. S. : for jury trial next
Lawrcme H Lackey vs. Uobert
Kittleman, el al. Set for Jury
Thomas J. OKeefe. Appealee vs.
Marc h ,
You don't save rrtnty alien yu buy
i heap or tiig-can baling pou dtr, Don I
be mulcj liuy Calumet. It'i mart
economical more uholtmmc givt
beit result!. Calumet it Jut superior to
tour milk, and soda.
Winner In the Pittsburg Post.
Alliance Tailoring Co.
Cleaning, Pressingand Repairing
Ladies' Work a Specialty
Only Steam Presser in the City
FRENCH DRY CLEA1S11SG
Stanton & Keeley, Mgrs.
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 Maf., washed nut, del.. 8.20
Monarch lignite), delivered - - 6.00
J. H. VAUGHAN&SON
Wholesale and Retail Feed and Fuel
Phone No. 213 Box Butte Ave.
October Rate Specialties
TOURIST RATES SOUTH:
The usual winter touri.st and homeseekers' rates to southern locali
ties have been announced. The South is Krowinn in its attraction?
for northern penile. Ask for some of the attractive literature, dc
script ive of southern resorts, hotels and tours.
THROUGH TOURIST SLEEPERS TO CALIFORNIA VIA SANTA FE:
(Y.inniencint; November .".;h. from Omaha every Tuesday ninhi, a'
ll:o p.m., personally conducted through tourist sleepers will be run
to Li:s Angeles via Denver, thcnii iMta ' dir.- t line, (IRANI
CANYON ROUTR. The. e itoepOltl OU V bi aken from Omaha earl
Tuesday nigh:, from Lineola at midnight, or leavh.m Denvor, Wed
ucsday oTpnYlH $i s4 P -m-
INT Lit rOUIUST UATKS TO CALiKOILVIA are daily in eftiKi. Free
literature, " Calif orata Rxourstoas," "Paolfle t'oast Tours." "Soutaera
Tours" W allet. Have your ticket road "Uurllnffton", You will then
have tli.- broadest i-.:oice of illvi rse r.,.u-s to and from : lie coaat.
J. KRID6LBAU0H, Aent
L w. WAKELEY, G, V. A,. Omaha
SAVES LEG OF BOY
"It seemed that my 14-year old
txy would have to lose his iet, on
account of an ugly ulcer, caused by
a bad bruise," wrote 1. K. HowanJ,
AUine, N. C. "All icaiedies failed
till we tried Muckli-n's Arnica S;.lw,
juid cured him with one box." fares
burns, boils, skin
M ients at. frod
Advert Hm m nt
K. Moisten 'm.
Storage of gouls, moving , .,),,,
and general dray. I'hone 5.
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