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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 management about
tha menu or decorations.
BOWMAN & SON
!5 5 W Ffr 7T 7!& 7T Wt9 7Ti PHP I
The most satisfactory way ot heating a house $
9 is with a furnace. I handle the Wise and J
g Jewel furnaces. They can be seen at my shop Iji
4jr I have experienced
i ng work. A m
equipped to hand
fr ie all kinds of
x work. Now is a
4jt good time to have
that plumbing job
X put in before cold
0 weather sets in.
f B. W. RAY
gla.xbing and Heating: $
X PHONE 435 J
of all descriptions
for any part of a
house or barn.
Dierks Lumber & Coal Co.
Phone 22 D. Waters, Mgr.
Successor to Frank Wallace
1 Household oonfl;
- , .
J ' and transfer work
Office at Rodgera' Grocery, Phone 1. Ret. phone 583
Good Telephone Service
Depends Upon You
Probably you have never realized that each
telephone suhseriber is a vital faetor in MOUking
gtxxl telephone service.
You and every other telephone user are
essential partners in the Company that supplies you
with telephone service.
You cannot enjoy really first -class tele
phone service unless you give us your co-operation.
The (knnpany must have ,our Intelligent and hearty
Help us give the best service by obeying
the rules given in the Directory.
Governor Wilscn is Given Ova
tion ai Lincoln.
BRYAN AND CANDIDATE MEET.
Democratic Presidential Nominee Goec
to Nebratkan't Home at Fairview
It Greatly pleated With Hit Recep
tion in Caoital City.
Hollo, Mr. Hryan; hello, Mr. Urv
nn." "Welcome, welcome governor."
These words alone and a cordial
handshake brought together nt I. in
roln lor tin first time since the iih
il the ram
tional -a m jii i t:n opened
detitlal nominee of the
pert; and the man who
was the standard bearer
As the governor Stepped from C i
uid of his private Mir, virtually int
the nht of Mr. I!ran, the din ol
cheers and (lies of ettthUSlflSBI ftn
thousands of throats practically snvl
lo'veil up the two m D. T!i ' brttsh t1
the way into a waiting r ttO o'i
during a demonstration t ! : , H'rtl i ...
the beginning; of a great
wM h Governor Wood row t 11 on
he never sew dor Itn&gin .1 t ! I
With (hi MOV 'tiif of v.' itt1 "a :
rectorfci tha tooting of r.: '
hotns and the mua'.e c' 1 -. '
prcetdentlel bo mince and t'e torn:
nominee rode together th? 'i h ton
fccstion Of humanity Wbl h 1
the streets of I inro'n lor '-er r- - r
blocks. There were ctl . or"
and Wilson" an 1 "Wilson and Bryan,'
for Mr. Bryan himself had Jotf re
turned from a six W( Us' stumpln
tour through lb w. st in b naif o
Wilson and Marshall
Governor Wilson and Mr. liry..;
spoke together for the first time at r
banquet of the ffemocratic state com
mittee. Cheers and enthusiasm werr
continuous, and Governor WltaOl
thanked Mr. Hryan publicly for tin
support be gave him at Baltimore, and
Bryan In turn appealed to the Democ
racy "to do for Wilson twire as mud
at ihev ever did for Bryan. "
DEGREE OF HONOR ELECTION
i O.OO ti J ri,l . t III if i UU
fo-rrj Nebraska V.crcn Ascijrad
Plate cn Island.
Lincoln) o t t. a number et teaek
er. inot of llie.-.i nielj Known in Ne
bmekei hare been atattned u po
Itlioni in I'c-to Rico.
Miss Marten Holeomb of Lineoln
n a tt lea ed to the aeventtt r ado in
;he sc hool at ?.m 1 ruee nnd M.ai Oir
trade Ktneaid to the eighth grade in
ih :inie arboet. The Mftfeea .time and
I. ii ll( RfOWfl of Omaha, damrhters of
Ri nator Bn n. were
arafgned to ponip. Mis Ora e Rallg-
bnry of Lineoln was haalgned to the
QeOTft O fObinaon school lo.1 orphan
v-irls In San TttTt
Miss Bmma Bwetey of Ltneoti wai
UMlgned tO Alhonito. Miss Man Alite
Lynch of Omaha was asslcned to
Anrlho, hut was later trantfetTtd to
the sixth made of the training school
in the normal department of the nnl
versit, to fi'l a vacancy which oc
curred it the last moment. This
mak"i i'hre Nebraska women in the
university- MIm TiM.ets, the prln ipnl
of the training aehool; Miss Ljmcb,
Rlxtfa rade, and Miss Piper, seventh
M. H. Cleaver of Lincoln Agair
Chosen Grand Chief.
The Degree of Honor completed it
ciection of oftVers at Lincoln and the
following will he the- official roster cn
the Kebraaka luriadlction for t'r.
in i blennlun
Brand chief of honor, Mayme He
diick Chaser of Lincoln; grand lad
rf honor, Minnie Shanahan of Lin
coin; grand c hief of ceremonies, Mag
g!e Steele of South Omaha; grand re
cord 't Ktta Urooks of South Bend;
grand treasure r, Katie Schmidt o!
Omaha- grand usher, Anna Stover ol
Boneva; grand inner watch. An:
Qraaamaa of Holdrege; grand ontei
Watch, Minnie I .a hat) of Grand Island
tfendeaaitcra ol the order win be ir
Lincoln for the next biennium.
It was voted to allow members whe
reach the age of seventy years tt
Withdraw from the order, giving then
hack the atacaamenU they have pat 1
with interest at 4 per cent.
The next Meeting will he held iif
Fremont the second week In October
District Attorney Ayres Files Bri f .
District Attorney AyerH has fib d i
brief in the supreme court in support
if the findings of Referee Holeomb ir
be South Qmaba fir and police . or.i
mission case He asks for a JudJ
(Bent on the RndlngS, which were that
the defendants, John J. Ryan and .lo
S"ph Pivonka. had wtlftlHy failed U
enforce the licpior laws and shoulc
he forc"cl to give up their offices. 1T
combat. the assertion of the detc nd
ants tht thejT ire serving a second
tern Inatead of a first term and there
fore cannot be ousted for acts coin
mitted dining their first 'erm.
NEW CANDIDATE FOR SENATOR
Name of J H Furgerscn to Go on
E" -Hct by Petition.
Lincoln, Oct. 7. The campaign for
the United States senate was made
more- inte rest in- by the filing of a
certificate with the secretary of state
staling that "We, the undersigned,
all that the name of J, H. Fergurson
ol Broken How be p'need on the oTl
cial ballot by petition." The e Mif
Iceta had attac hed the names Of 1.240
men, most of them giving their resi
dence as Omaha,
SEIDEL PREACHES SOCIALISM
Former Mavcr of Milwaukee Expounds
Hie Party's Doctrine.
Omaha, Oct.." Fmil Betdel, former
mayor of Milwaukee and candidate for
vice president on the Socialist ticket,
raked the Progressive and the other
two parties impartially, charging them
with being the tools of the "twelve
billion-dollar trust" and the corpora
tions. "No matter whic h of those
parties win," he said, "yon will loso
and the corporations will win "
Free Delivery tor Wymore.
Wymore, Neb., Oct. 7. A postoffice
Inspector was here looking over the
city to determine the advisability of
installing free city mall delivery, in
accordance with a hill recently passed
in congress providing for city mail de
)lver in small towns as an experi
ment. Wymore is the first town in
Nebraska to no c onsidered, as this c i;y
ic the first to have put in a petition
asking for delivery service. It is ex
pected that the service will he estab
lished in about thirty days.
Sawver Goes to Texas.
riysse8 Orant Sawyer, who has bee:
engineer at the state bouse lor sev
"-al rOare, has handed in his resigns
tion end will move to Texat. It Ii
understood that his job will not gc
begging, tor already four patriots bavt
fl'ed notice that they think they car
sign up a monthly voucher in as ao
eeptahle a manner as did Mr. Sawver
Plan to Enlarge Camput.
The huslm men of Lincoln ar
renwlVrln a new proposition tor en
largtng the university campus Tin;
Vlati is for the city to buy four add!
tional blocks m-xt to the present
...'inpus if th- legislature '! appro
priate lioo.iioo per year for .he ne. t
Judge Rults Against McShane.
IniLe t'o.-siow -if the ljtiieasi
dlttrtei co', 'T tnstalasd the demurred
of the state -. the petition or Pells J
McShnue, sheriff of Douglas countv
By this geciftou SheriiT Mc Shane srO
receive hut ift c-ems per dtgy for board
ing priaanevfl after conviction
Stsoten Wants Depot.
The Bet; ii Ki ic hunts' association o!
Stanto" ha Mentioned the rallwaj
COmmtMkM to compel the Northwest
eru Kailway company to build it :n-
lepot at that place, claiming that th
present structure is too small and un
fit fe- puhl'c use.
Seven Caset f Spinal Meningitit.
A raped 'v Seae received by I r
Wilscn M the state mtciicai heard thai
three - il t'-' 'i have- died of spina
meningitis at Lc wlston and four fiou
the dka ase at Benrington.
Nemaha County's Apple Crop Large.
Auburn, Neb., Oct. 7 Much diffi
culty is being experienced by the ap
ple shippers or BrownvlBe in gettinu
cere. Already over 100 cars have been
shipped from this r.lace and it is esti
mated that over 100 will he sent from
tnere Pern, Nemaha, Rroc k and
Johnson are also important shipping
points. At HOWS Over 15,000 bushels
will be '-hipped from the orchard of
Church Howe & Son.
Ouarantine in Montana.
Govern Of N orris of Montana has la
sued a proclamation forbidding Ne
braska ':11c1 Kansas horses to enter thu
state. (Ie says that "an unknown dis
ease, dangerous, contagious, commu
nicable and fatal," prevails In those
vtates and the proclamation Is issued
to prevent spread of the disease. Or.
Bost.om, state vete-in.nrlan of Ne
braska, has received a copy of the
Manuel Filet Report.
Superintendent o. b. Manuel of the
Industrial school for boys at Kearney
has filed his leport with the hoard of
public lands and building! and shows
a decreaae in the membership for
the month ol September. Iff boys an
swering to roll call, against 205 the
previous month Thirty-One boys were
pgroled during the month and eight
Woman 102 Years Old Diet at Seward.
Seward. Neb.. Oct 7 Mrs Susanna
Parrlsb. the oldest woman in Nebras
ka, died at the home of her son, .lohn
Pairish Site vvtis born in Ohio Aug 2,
3in. and has lived in Nebraska since
Igflt Rha was the mother of sevpn
children, only three of whom are liv
ing She leaves twenty-six grandchil
dren and t wenty . seven great grandchildren
RecorC Price for Land.
Dorchester. Neb., Oct. 7. George
Johnson of this place sold hia HQ earn
farm, !:ng two miles north of town,
to John ftteckley of Miltord tor $175
per ac re. This is a record price for
land in this locality,
THE PEOPLE'S TURN NOW!
J. K Murnhjr In Journal. Portland. Ortk
Alliance Tailoring: Co.
Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing
Ladies' Work a Specialty
Only Steam Presser in the City
FRENCH DRY CLEANING
Stanton & Keeley, Mgrs.
C. W . Zurn 2 Co.
Sidewalks, Foundations, Porch and Floor Work,
Cement Water Tanks, etc.
All Work Guaranteed
PHONE 562, OR SEE 6. 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 Malt., washed nut, del., 8.20
Monarch (lignite), delivered - - 6.00
J. H. VAUGHAN&SON
Wholesale and Retail Feed and Fuel
Phone No. s 213 Box Butte Ave.
Ex-Mayer Miller of Dorchester Dead.
Porch -st. r, Neb, Oct. 7 -A lc le
gr'im " is received announcing the
death of x Mayor Franklin Millrr of
this place, w'hieh occ aired In Lords
Or- Wilson P.eturnt.
Pr H H Vilson of the state hoard
of health i ei urned from Washinaion.
where he al.ended the international
egagreaj of h-.-ui ne and deanography.
Thlitv-three differ nt nations w re
repn s. rded nv about cleleaatc.
T Prosecute Phone Company.
The tlte ' aMw ax c nmtnlss'.n has
erdeied i c riminal action to tie begun
' li tt the lneo'n Telephone and
Teleetanh company for rhangtai r-ite
atthotti pcnnlsalcM of the commission
GREAT SALE OF
CROW AGENCY LANDS.
Ue,etd aeres of the finest Crow Indian Reservation lands near
Hardin, Mont., will be sold at auction October II, I 1 2. at a miniinui-t
price of $1.50 per acre; no residen-e is ivquired and a title is furnl6hei
at once. These lands are located in southern Montana, near Hillings, and
will advance steadily in value, because of the changing conditions In
YOU WILL NEVER HAVE A CHANCE LIKE THIS AGAIN
KOl'NI) TRIP TK'KKTS will Ik- ca sale O.-tober 15ih to I till tag,
llardlu and oilier destinations, stopovirs allowed; on those tickets you
can nei the free KiebaM homesteads hi w. -tern Nebraska, stop at I'pton.
Moorecroft ami Qllleofe ' see the Mc.ndeii IM eare free bomeeteade:
stop at Hardin tad PM the Crow Indian lands. Or you can buy liom
seekers' tickets to all poin s in the Mis Horn lljisin at the same fare.-,
and s.'.- the lii avy crops in that locality.
October is a good month in wliic li to risM that region and note tht
exhibit of lull' dry farming and Irrigated land products everywhere in the
I), ( lent Dedver, Immigration Agent
H04 Fiii nani Sttvct, Omalia, N''l)t aska