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le a I I kinds of
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good time to have
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put in before cold
weather sets in.
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of all descriptions
for any part of a
house or barn.
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Succusorto Frank Wallace
L moved promptly
ijr and transfer work
imewnwiiiltiittf riaarilffi1 iicucu.
Office at Rodgers' Grocery, Phone 1. Ret. phone 583
Speak Directly Into
The Telephone Mouthpiece
His Plurality In State Estimated
RETURNS COME SLOW AS USUAL
Majority for Morehead for Governor
Outaide of Douglas County About
15,000 Norria la Leading Shallen
berger for United Statea Senator.
Onihlia, Nov. ;. The success of
Weed few WllsOtl in the Nebraska
presidential poll and the victory of
Morehead lor governor were indicated
l returns received this morning.
From Mattered retfllBa Irom a ma
jority of the counties of the stnte, re
turnR from the eastern half prcdoml
iii.ling. It appeared Wilson's electoral
ticket WOqld come to Douglas county
with lead of over 3.-,iitit over that of
itooaoveii win eppenred to be leading
Preeldsni Tnft by M pet at. Adding
i. is expected Douglas county plurality.
JOHN II. MOREHEAD.
I;e should receive Nebraska's elector!
vote by 39,n00.
Senator Mirehead's estimated plu
rality in the State, outside of'Dougla;
county, was 1(1,000, a conclusion based
upon a far 1 s complete count thai
ihnt for presidential preference.
For United States senator Shallen
I erger la running behind his ticket
Unless the trend of the return
cbangt i . be win be behind Norrtl
win n the stat" votes outside of Doug
la. county is compiled.
Returns on pnsidV from 124 pre
cincts outside 'jf pOUfles county gave:
Wilson, it.Wlj rto.s. , It, S.291; 'Taft
The ante pre incts In 1908 gave
Bryan lstf0 and Taft IS.0M. The.
include 13.9 POT cent of the vote out
sid.' of 1 oughts county.
Rcturua from tbltty-flve precincts
Talk into the trauuunitter mouthpiece, not
imply at it. Keep your lips about otic inch
from the inoutlipitvr, and spak in a low,
even tone no louder than you would face
Most people i.)usintf the telephone talk
anneoeeearUy load. Bpeek In an ordlnory
com -ii'satimal tone, hut slowly and fjfav
Your conversation over the telephone re
flects your personality. He yourself when
"The voice with the smile wins."
Nebraska Telephone Company
FhatlefchersTr for senator is a Htt1
t' Mnd Moreh sd
Owing to the fact that the vote was
heavy and that the ballot la over eight
feet long, the connt Is necessarily
CeOtrAl C'ty Midland precinct
riv: Taft, 20; Wilson, 7'.; Roose
velt, it; Allrhh. G3; Morehead. 83;
Noiris, Sti; ShallcnberBer, 58.
Lincoln Normal product (Brynn'i
votini precinct) flvca: Wilson. 77;
Roosevelt, 47; Tnlt, N. Same In 19P8:
Brvnn, 11 ; Taft, 52.
Tv preetCbtS Itt the city of Lte
coin firs Tail :I7!, Wilson M6, ROOM
velt ;.'!' Same in Lftll gave Taft Bl
North On ota.
Grand Foil;?. Nov. t. -With tlte re
turns at hand the indications arc that
WOOtl rots Wilson h.s carried Norti'
Dakota, but by what majority it is al
this time ItB possible to estimate.
Taft 'nd Roosevelt are nusnlni
close toother, but are far behind tin
Vt tnooratic candidate.
At this BOttT the IndicatiOM are thai
the Republican state ticket, hrader
by Confressflisn L B. Hnnnai tor gov
cmor. has won the ( lection by a saf
Returns are (oining in slowly, hut
those already received are from every
pnit of the state.
Grand Forks Twenty-two precinct?
in North Dakota give Taft .10!), Wilsnr
832 and Hoosevelt f.43.
Scattering returns from thirty pre
.'Incts give Taft 822, Wilson 1,127 an"
Owing to a redlvtaton of the stnt
r.lnce 19i8. a comparison of the presi
dential vote that year is impossible.
per cent ol the vote outside of Doug
las couuty, gave Norrls. 5,1!3; Shal
U nhcrgor, 5.172.
The same pieiincl In 19t8 gat
raft 5.601. Brvaa 1.00.
liv thirty nine preciBOtS outaide oi
louglas county, casting slightly les
than .'i pi r nl of the vote, Moreheai
received afBS votes, to 4 394 c ast foi
A .'rich In IfJIt, in lltesO pre.inctH
Bryan received '..729 votes to 5,23
cast for Taft.
Congressional r. turns were . trenm
ly meag-r Six scattered precincts ir
Ikie Third distric t gave St. BflMM
COOh 32t In the aaaas precincts iii
i90t, I atta. the successful fOndldstl
ncelved ;M8 and Bod 348.
preaWh nl Tafi i' "' s'ngie sup
portef at the polls in W.stmark pre
Ind of pti dps! csaaeAf. Reoaeveii re
-ived 8' votes in that prectnet. Wil
01 2.' and Tali 1.
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Wilaon and Morehead in Douglas.
Oin.-l a K. turns irom l n sc att. i. r
pi tin i- thevi I bene roanUs on prest
Inn: WIISOB 1.188; Hoove:t. 801;
Taft-. Morl sad fr ajovernur ap
i iiis to be hold.ng the WHsan rei
! : n sbout aa'I t" Htw t"ft l,U('
Newark, Nov. )i. New Jersey bai
ifivefl Wilson a plurality estimated up
on Bseacer returns at 35,'inn to 4S.00
ovi r RoOtevell Returns showed Taft
l i third place. His vote was SSS thai
naif of Wilson's.
The heaviest vote ever cast in tin
..late and a long ballot delayed the
count But 127 districts of the state's
1.778 had been heard from. They gave
Wilson S,4'i, Taft 3,!'72 and Roose
Ten of the state's representattv s it
the m xt congress will lie Democrats;
i wo will he Republicans. The Demo
c rats gain three over their present rep
A Democrat will likely succeed
i n. iik O. Bi igg aa Fnited States sen
Whither the president of the state
senate, who will succeed Wilson at
governor, will be a Democrat was urr
determined by early returns.
San Franei.-c o, Nov. tj. Returns
from the luigest three Faliloinia cilie;
and from scattered precincts from ev
ery section of the Interior, Calilor
uia Indicates that ttie women's plural
itv in the presidential contest will bv
shade down to a very narrow matgi.
Ainu the complete count is made.
Ho seveli apparently has a plurality
in excess oi 10,000 In Los Ange'.e:
county and lias carried Alameda conn
tv by ii nur margin. WUson, on th
basis of early returns, will have a plu
rality of 1.000 in San Francisco county
Re'urt's from a large majority of th
intericr counties show large Wilsoi
pluralities and these, added to hD
.ead in San Francisco, threaten tc
overcome Lbt Roosevelt plurality n
the I o- Anci li s and A'ameda strins
The Situation vvas one in which tin
indicated margin for either candidiitt
vas so small that it would be Idle t
:o:ecast the nnal result.
vii'm-miU.f 'ov. i; --t'oniulete re
limn from Milwaukee county and
scattered precincts throughout the
slate Indicate that Governor Wood
r..w Wi'sou lias swelit Wisconsin hv !
from JO.000 to 10,04)0. The Democratic
jandidbte caikd Milwaukee county
over Pr?idnl Taft by close to Bt.ni't
and !h. ne aser returns Itom upstate
s.iow that Wilson i rsmalng oeen r
str-.ii Rapubllcal dlstriits.
Booauvell is running behind Talt ex
ii pt in Wlnnebaeo oouaty, ehich tii
Progressive candidate turiled by a
small ntaftnln pve Wilson
Mi'.v.iike -Sixteen precincts onto
2.21' in Wlaeoasla We Talt t".2. Wil
son 1,011 ted Roosevelt 426.
Berger Is Defeated.
Mllwauk'- Nov Fongressmitt
Victor I. Iterger of Milwaukee, th.
'nly fiorjalisi in congress, vvas defeat
d for re easwtlee
Topeka The first Ave of the 2.3ut
Kansas on i bsOtf to report giv
RcHevelt. !'.; Wilson, HJ2. Taft. 1U?
CASH PRICE LIST
Cash prices in effect at present time are as
Sunshine Maitland Lump, delivered, 8.79
Sunshine Malt., washed nut, del., 8. SO
Monarch (lignite), delivered - - 6.25
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Wholesale and Retail Feed and Fuel
Phone No. 8 213 Box Butte Ave.
HOMESEEKERS' RATES TO THE SOUTH:
These are made November Mi and litth, December 3rd and 1710
Southern Tourist rates in effect every clay; the Increasing winter
patronage has developed a large number of moderate priced stop
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