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Ufa Nobraskcx Indopondont SEPTEMBER 21, 190J GltEEtl GABLES The Dr. Benj, P. Bailey Sana torium, Lincoln, Neb. Largest," best equipped un 1 most beauti fully furnished. In the suburbs , of Lincoln, this institution for the medical and surgical treat ment of all non-contagious dis eases, presents the ideal, in its nursing corps, its massage, its electrical equipments, its bath. department, physical culture, dietetics, and, in fact, every thing which goes to make up a, scientific yet homelike institu tion. A delightful place in which to get well and learn how ( to kep well. i4 Would You Beitsr Your Condition? We have an article that sella itself Agents make $5 per day. Others are, why not you? Write today for full particulars. Send two two-cent stamps to WESTERN FLY-GUARD CO., 30 Burr Blk., Lincoln. Neb. rrrmiFFANY'S Sure DemtH to Lloe 1 1 (Powder) sprinkled In the neat keeps your u fowls free from lice. Sprinkle hen and the .. little chicks wiu ubto nonce. i many. I Pcracon "Liquid" kUlamlteslnstantly". V. Rrrtntln fnp linen, rormrs for fowls. r . ...a. ' - - O T " La Wlllnot color white birds. Our Sprayer, best on earth, and gallon Uce Kiner, $1.50. Half pound Powder, by mail, 10c We want agents. . Our goods are guar- tateed. THE TIFFANY CO.. Lincoln, Neb. PERSONAL DENVER MUD Instantaneous cure for all inflammation; Instant relief in pneu monia, bronchitis, pleurisy, inflamed breasts, tumors, chronic ulcers, tonsilitis. piles (external), boils, erysipelas, poisoned wounds, rheumatism, felons, sprain3, burns, frost bites; 60c boxes; 35c. NER-VO-INE Those suffering: from weaknesses that will sap pleasures of life should take Ner-vo-ine. One box will work wonders. Has more rejuvenating and vitalizing power than any medicine In the world. Sent by mail, large box $1, 3 for $2.50. IP YOU CAN'T SLEEP take Trilby Sleeping powders, absolutely harmless, easy to take; no bad results. Four sleeps for 25c. TRILBY had no corns or bunions. She removed them with a Trilby Leaflet; ab solute cure; 10c by mail. "R. P. C." ECZEMA CURE, 50c; guar anteed to do the work; will tell you many it has cured. RIGGS" GUARANTEED PILE CURE, the remedy that cured Mr. Hemroid; 60c, Balve or suppository. 'Stops itching' no failure. IF YOU ARE TOO FAT take Dr. Pas teur's obesity treatment: Costs $1 per month. Reduces you three to five pounds per week. LADIES Dr. La Rue's Balloon Spray Syringe is the world's best. Cut to $ One box of vaginal antiseptic tablets free. LADIES Are you aware that in France women use a monthly regulator more than the women of all other nations combined? Dr. La Rue's French regulator is used everywhere; thoroughly reliable; abso lutely safe; better than Pennyroyal or Tansy. Price $1 ; "extra strong" for ob stinate cases, $2.00 box, FROZEN MASSAGE COLD CREAM The finest cream in the world. A skin, a bust developer, a wrinkle eradicator, a beautifier. and 50c a jar. PIMPLES. BLACKHEADS CURED Absolutely driven away. A new face for you. Makes you beautiful. Riggs' Face Bleach and Complexion Tablets. Worth S5. Price $1.50. RIGGS' LAXATIVE FRUIT SALTS A remedy for constipation, obesity, rick ets, jaundice, diabetes, diarrhoea, rheuma tism, dyspepsia, and all liver ills. X Pound cans, 50c. RIGGS' G. & G. CAPSULES Guaran tee cure for Gonorrhea, Gleet and all forms of bladder and urinal diseases. Price $1.00 the box. RIGGS The Drug Cutter 1321 O St. Lincoln, Neb. 17IRE $l;40 PER lOO Lli SMOOTH GALVANIZED WIRES pu ( u p l w ins. to a bale , gauges from 11 to 14 Inclusive. Lengths running un to 250 ft. Per 100 lbs. 1.40. Fence Btap.ru, all sises, per 100 lbs. n oo. W Ire Natlm assorted in a keg, per 100 lbs. 11.70. Ilarbed Wire. Der 100 lbs. K.80. Poultry N ettlng. Field Fence, ete., at low nrlcpn. Auk far frra entnlogne No. on merclMmdineof all klnrtxfmmSlierttrstand RcrplvervMles SilltiUO UOISK WUKCftUiU to., lata lroa Sis, CMeag. LITTON THE LEADER NOMINATED FOR JUSTICE OFTHE SUPREME COURT Republicans Defeat the Avowed Rail way Candidate, But Platform is Moulded to Suit the Desires of Lobby and Corporation Bosses. For justice of the supreme court CHARLES B. LETTON. For regents of the state university V. G. LYFORD FREDERICK ABBOTT The foregoing ticket was nominal ed at the republican state convention held in Lincoln on Thursday, Sep tember 14. Before the convention met the rail way interests centered their efforts to secure the nomination of Judge Edward R. Duffle of Omaha and it was quietly announced that the deal had practically been closed. The railway plan was to have Lieutenant Gover nor McGilton made permanent chair man and given the privilege of nam ing the committee on resolutions. In spite of considerable opposition this part of the program was carried out and it was not until the roll had been called three times in the balloting on the candidates for supreme judge that the real antagonism to Judge Duffle was disclosed. Judge Holmes Makes a Mistake Judge Holmes of Lincoln attempt ed to swing the Lancaster delegation solidly for Judge Duffle, but was foiled by United States . Senator Burkett, whose rebellion was the feature of the convention. Leaping to a chair Senator Burkett said: "You can't cast my vote in that way," and he called for a poll of the delegation. Immediately there was great confu sion. The Douglas county delegation, 120 strong, attempted to howl down the senator, but at length a vote was taken. The result showed that a ma jority of the Lancaster delegation wished to vote for Judge Letton and Senator Burkett claimed that accord ing to the call of the convention the delegation had the right to cast the vote of the absentees. After the call had been read Chairman McGilton so ruled, but Ralph Breckenridge of Omaha claimed that the meaning of the words in the call was that the absentees should be voted propor tionally in the ratio the majority bore to the minority vote. The chair man changed his ruling after an up roar lasting twenty minutes. Judge Letton Nominated Meantime a number of delegations had changed to Judge Letton and Sen ator Burkett and the Letton support ers dropped the fight, knowing that Letton was nominated without the votes of the absentees belonging to the Lancaster delegation. The following candidates for jus ice of the supreme court were in the contest: John H. Ames, Edward" R. Duffle. Charles B. Letton, S. P. David son, John L. McPheely,' O. A. Abbott. Letton led on the first ballot, closely followed in order by Duffle and Ames, with the others far behind. The sec ond ballot showed gains for Letton i:nd a stampede in the third gave him the nomination. V, G. Lyford and Frederick Abbott were nominated for regents of the university of Nebraska on the first wllot. Republican Declarations The republicans of Nebraska, in convention assembled, congratulate the citizens of our common country upon the continued and general pros perity of the people. We heartily endorse the wise ad ministration of cur great leader Theo dore Roosevelt. We join in the world's chorus of praises according to him the justly earned title of peace maker. We heartily endorse and sup port his position and efforts to se cure adequate and effective control of all corporations engaged in inter state commerce. We believe strictly In the principle of equality before the law as applied to the transportation business, and, therefore, demand immediate relief through the enforcement of existing laws, or through amendatory legisla tion from the payment of rebates to favorite shippers, and unlawful and wrongful discriminations between communities and individuals, both In the state and in the nation. With unbounded confidence in the integrity and statesmanship of Presi dent Roosevelt we heartily approve his recent utterances in which he says: "I believe that all corpora tions engaged in interstate commerce should be under the supervision of the national government. I do not believe in taking steps hastily and it may be that all that is necessary in the. immediate future is to pass an interstate commerce bill conferring upon some branch of the executive government the power of effective ac tion to remedy the abuses in connec tion with railway transportation." We request and demand of our rep resentatives in congress active and harmonious co-operation with Presi dent Roosevelt along these lines, to the end that corporate rapacity, ex tortion and abuses may be subdued and abolished, and the sovereignty of the people over corporations fully, promptly and permanently estab lished. Believing that the nearer the con trol of public affairs can be brought to the people the better the result will be, we declare ourselves in favor of a direct primary law governing the nomination of all public officers. We commend the economical ad ministration of state offices by repub lican officials. We believe that the giving of free transportation upon railways is det rimental to the interests of the peo ple, and recommend that a law be enacted by the legislature of this state to prohibit it. . LIEUT, p. S. DAVIDSON. The corn crop is ready to make a home run. ! - -:v.v.x.K-X'ivXv---:-vyv-w:v:v .asms kmmmmmm PE-l-lll STDEOUS THE EIITIBE SYSTEM. . F. S. 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