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reakest organ. If there ii weaLncta of stomach, liver or lung, there w a
weak link in the chain of life which may snup at any time. Often this fco-codt-d
" weaknesa" is caused by lack of nutrition, the result of weakncs or disease
of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition. Diseases and
weaknesses of the stomach and its allied organs are cured by the use ol Ur.
I'ierce's C.olden Medical Discovery. When the weak or diseased stomach is
cured, diseases of other organs which tetm remote from the stomach but which
Late their origin in a diseased condition of the stomach ana
Oilier organs ol digestion and nutrition, are cured also.
The atroni man has n atroni stomach.
Take the above recommended "Ulncov
try" and you may have a atroni atom'
ach and a atroni body.
Givbn Away. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser,
new revised Edition, is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay
expense of mailing only. Send 21 one-cent stamps for the
book in paper covers, or 31 stamps for the cloth-bound vol
ume. Address Dr. K. V. fierce, IluiTulo, N. V.
11 OUR STATE ;
Nebraska Hai MucS to
Thankful for This Year.
. In riving thanks on Thursday, No
vember "1, our people should not
orget to return thanks to Collier's
A'cekly lor affording uh tho opportu
nity to stay right here In Nebraska.
In ltd current Issue It prints an edi
torial on Nebraska that, ought to
make mighty Interesting reading for
Nebraska people even on the day
after election; that ought to comfort
the loners and swell tho victors with
additional pride. Apropflately enough
It Is headed "Glory." This Is It:
"Nebraska In l'JO'J produced corn
more valuablu than nil tho gold
mined In tho United States und Alas
ka, ami worth moro than our total
tobacco crop, She produced wheat
worth more than tho total sugar pro
duction of tho United States; live
stock worth more than the crude
petroleum of tho whole United
States; live slock, grain, poultry,
butter, eggs and fruit worth more
than the coal In tho United States,
outside of Illinois; hay worth more
than all the gold and silver produced
In Alaska; cereals worth more than
the product of all our copper mines;
grass and grain and live stock worth
more than all the Iron ore. This Is
according to tho report of the com
, mlttee of tho legislature and the re
ports made to tho bureau of labor
and Industrial statistics. To bo a
little more frivolous, If the eggs laid
by Nebraska liens la 1 !)(!) were
placed In n doubly row, end to end,
they would be there, times as hmg as
the railroad mileage built In the
United States In 11)08. If the perma
nent school fund of Nebraska were
converted Into dollar hills and laid
end to end, the lino would reach
from Omaha to Salt Lake City, but
It probably , would not he left very
long. Less than half of the. tillable
land In Nebraska Is under cultiva
tion, and forty years ago tho region
which Is now Nebraska was frequent
ly designated' upon the maps of school
geographic as part of "The (heat
.Shall Women Vote?
If they did, millions would vote Dr
iving's New Life Pills tho true remedy
for women. For banishing dull,
fagged feelings, backncho or head
ache, constipation, dispelling colds,
Imparting appetite, dispelling colds
imparting appetite and toning up the
system, they're uneuualed. Easy,
safe, sure. 25c at F. G. Frlcke & Co's.
Mrs. W. F. Chalfant departed this
morning for lSurwell, Neb., where
aho will Join her husband and make
that city their future home.
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and we feel that yotir acquaintance with our-methods
nuL-t mean your friendship and support.
lWmess men in 40,000 American cities now
use the liell Telephone, and there are more than 1,000
new instruments installed by the Hell system every
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Each of the chicl or-
Itant of the body it a
ilink in the Chain of
Life. A chain it no
tron(er than its
weakest link, the body
so ttronlcr than it
I u;uimiilnieiit for l-.vciy Iny Life.
I. Neither lend or borrow It
make s people crot-s the street when
I. lev tee you coming. Your debtor
will cross the street to avoid you.
our creditor will come over to meet
2. It Is the saddest day In a man's
life when he feels prompted to gain a
dollar without working for It.
3. Ho the master of your own
house. If you relinquish your au
thority your happiness will be at an
4. When In anger fill your mouth
with water, but do not swallow any
of It. You will thus be enabled to
refrain from saying many foolish
5. Never wrlto a line on paper
that you would be ashamed to have
published In tho newspaper.
C. Refrain from practical Joking.
Life Is too real and too earnest and
too brief to be wasted In so wanton
7. Look down. You will then be
satisfied with your condition In life.
If you look up, you will perhaps, be
come envious and discontented.
8. Avoid business relations with
so-called unlucky people. Ill-luck Is
but too often tho fault of tho Individ
ual or another nnme-for laziness or
ft. Balnnco your cash account
dally. The careful engineer consults
his gauge constantly.
10. Do a heap of thinking, but he
miserly with your speech.
F. II. Goodfellow, of Greenwood,
and J. D. Bramblett, of Union, re
turned to Plattsmouth thin morning
to complete their Hervhe as Jurors
for tho term, both gentlemen are
leading citizens In their respective
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When you speculate on margins you
are like the fellow holding on a bears
tail as it runs around a treo-if you lose
vour hold the bear w ill tret you. Invest
in real estate. It is the true basis of
wealth and if you want to play a, sure
game buy land that produces things.
We havo'lantl of this kind for sale in
Parrita Ranch, four miles from Talfar
rias, Texas. It is land on which you
can at any time borrow 75 per cent of
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The Hell sign is tho only symbol of of ellici
cient, instantaneous or universal telephone service.
The value of your telephone depends upon the
extent of its connections and upon its operation is
giving you roixI service in reaching any one, any
where at any time.
ia'l ui duuiiui i .
Danville, LI., Nov. 9 Speaker Can
non was re-elected in the Eighteenth
iistrict by a reduced plurality over VV.
U Cundlff (T ern ).
Twelfth C. K. Fuller (K-p).
Eleventh fra C. Copley (Hop.).
Nliieie-Mh W. H. McKlnley (Rep.).
Fourteenth.. Mt Kinney (Hep.).
Twenty firth N. Thlsik-wood (Rep.)
First distritt-H. II. L'lngham (Rep.)
Second .Joi 1 Cool (Hep.).
Thlid J. ll'impton Moore' (Rep.).
F'liirth Tie ih.-n O. Moon (Rep.).
Fifth V.". W. I'oulkrod (Uep.j.
Sixth George I). McCreary (Rep).
Seventh-Thomas S. Butler (Hep.).
Eighth Irving P. War.ger (Rep.).
Ninth William W. driest (Rep.-.
Thirteenth J. 0. Rothernu-1 (Dem ).
Sixteenth J. G. Mcll-nry (Dem.).
Seventeenth R K. Focht (Dem ).
Fight'" nth M. E, Olmsted (Rep.).
Nineti enth J. I Hartman (Rep ).
Twenty first C. E. Pat ton (Rep).
Twenty-sixth A. M. Palmr-r (Den.)
Firi-t district Ollie .lanvs (De.n.).
Second A. O. Stanley (Dem.).
Fourth Benjamin Johnson (De.n.-.
Ki'th Swagar Sl.erley (Dem.).
Sixth Arthur B. Rouse (Ds:m.).
Seventh .1. C. Cnntrell (Dem.).
Eighth Harvey Helm (Dem ).
Eleventh Caleb Powers (Rep.).
Eighth district I). Klordan (Bern.).
Thirteenth J. M. Levy (Dem.).
Twentieth T. W. Dradley (Rep.-.
1 hlity-fifih I). A. Drlscoll (Dem.).
TLIrty-sixth D. Alexander (Rep.).
First district P. Uwrenee (Rep.).
Third C. 0. Washburn (Rep.).
Twuilth John W. Weeks (Rep ).
Sixth district C. A. Llndherg(Rep.)
Seventh A. J. Volstead (Kep.).
Thlrd-C. It. Davis (Rep.).
Seventh E. II. Madison (Rep.).
Eighth Victor Murdock (Rep.).
Republicans Loss Seats in G
grass Li EijS! Slates.
Chicago, Nov. 9. Democratic con
trol of the next house of representa
tives became u certainty this nioru
lug. It was then known that the Dem
ocrats had gained twenty-six seats lu
the house, Including two previously
Bctured in Mulne. Republicans gained
from the Democrats two bouU, in;.:;
Ing the Democratic iiet gain twtnty
four, which Is sutllcient to give them
That they will have a good working
majority was indicated by tho returns
from several states, among them New
Jeisey. Returns there showed that
there probably would be a gain of six
Democrats In the representation of
Other n turns from New York and
Pennsv lvanla Indicated the success of
several Democrats in ttieir contests
for scuts now held by Republicans.
The Democrats also expected to In
crease their lead by returning several
members from Illinois and also from
Missouri. It was considered possible
that they would he successful in sev
eral doubtful states.
The definite iH-mocrntlc gains were:
New York, 8; Pennsylvania, 3; North
Carolina, 2; Ohio, 2; Massachusetts
2: Maryland, 2: Connecticut, 1; Illi
nois, l; Iowa, 1; Kentucky, 1; Mis
souri, 1 ; West Virginia. 1.
The Republican gains were one ench
In Massachusetts, New York and
In New York seven Republican
seats were secured by the Democrats.
In Maryland, Massachusetts and North
Carolina each, the Republicans lost
two seats Losses were definitely
'ntifiwn ti) have been sustained In Ml-
poK Kentucky, Missouri and Ohio. I
Tho known Democratic gain Is J
el'-'hteen seais, offset by two Repub
lican gain from the- Democrats, one
each In New York and Pennsylvania
Reports received from other states
Indicated the Democrats would have
ample margin to nssure tlirm the
twentytwo seats necessary to give
them control of tho house, two Demo
imtle pains previously having been
reported In Maine.
ARREST ELECTION OFFICIALS
Refused to Permit Neoroes to Vote at
MeAlester, Okla., Nov. !l. Charged
with conspiracy to injure, oppress,
threaten and intimidate certain ne;;io
citizens by refusing them the rUht to
oto, half the election officials of Me
Alester were arrested by a deputy
United States marshal, taken before
the Unltel States commissioner and
held on bonds of t".M ) emh. All H-e
tilllclals broui'ht their ballot hoses to
the commissioner when they rave
ball, refusing to. surrender tlieir duties
or leave the ballot boes with anyone
Trenton, Nov. I) --i'U'ures nvali-ihlc
here Indicate that Woedrow Wilson
( Bom.' has ctiirlej New Jersey by
about 1T,0 u. K "turns Indicate a plu
rality or between I'Uieil rnd U.'.OUO for
Wilson In Essex county. Hunterdon
county Is H' mocrntlc by nearly 2.unu
and '.".rr'n by J.tiOO.
NEW JHLFMLS TO CARR
The proposition to build a new jail
for Cass county has failed to carry
by a vote of from fifteen to seven
teen hundred. There is no explana
tion for the result unless '.i was that
the proposition was not well under
stood. The cost of keeping the pris
oners charged with felony In the
stronger jabs or the neighboring
counties will, In the long run, cost
the county more money than to have
expended the amount of the levy, or
the twenty thousand dollars, which
the 2 'i mill levy would have raised.
On the other l and it Is no credit
to any man to live In a county with
as poor a county building as the old
ramshackle brick structure has be
come. There will be no alternative !
now but to repair up the old shell,
re-rooling and point up the masonry
with new cement, so that Deputy
Manspe-aker ait occupy tie upper
The last rain which fell, water
soaked the carpets and beat through
the roof and side walls until It looked
as though the Jailer would have to
move out. It Is almost necessary for
some one to go about the building to
prevent the inmates from making
their escape, but unless the place is
repaired It wlil be next to Impossible
to find any one who will stay In the
building. It is a short-sighted policy
ou, the part of Cass county citizens
which prompts the turning down of a
proposition to build this needed
X t Sorry For Blunder.
If my friends hadn't blundered in
thinking 1 was a doomed victim of
consumption, I might not be olive
now." writes D. T. Senders, of Jlar
rodsbuig . Ky., "but for years t.hey
saw every attempt to cure a lung
raeklng cough fail. At last I tried
Dr. Ling's New Discovery. The effect
v, as wonderful. It soon stopped tun
'ough und I am now l:i better health
than 1 have had for yeirs. This wore
del I ul life-saver is an unrivalled rem
edy for toughs, colds, lugrippe. -nth-pia,
(roup, hemorrhages, whooping
tough or weak lungs, 500, $1.00
l'tlal bottle free. Guaranteed bv F.
G. Fritkc & Co., Union block.
HER SUHiULY SCHOOL GLASS
From Tui'mln v'b Pally
'the lionpiiablo home of Mr. a:.1
Mrs. L. V. Cz'q rang with nier.l
ment last evening when Mrs. Cade
entertained tho young ladles of her
Sunday school class of the Presby
terian church In a very pleasant man
ner. Recently Mrs. Gade had pur
chased a game of Bible questions and
it was In order to Introduce this
game that she had Invited the young
ladies to tome to her home. The
young ladles bad come prepared to
enjoy a good time and expectations
were fully realized In the entertain
ment of last evening. Tho young
ladies entered Into this most fasci
nating game with much Interest and
enthusiasm, while sociability reigned
supreme. Light refreshments were
served which materially aided In the
social good time. There were twenty
of the young ladies In attendance to
enjoy this splendid entertainment.
Saes mi Iowa Man's Life.
The very grave seemed to yawn be
fore Kobert Masden, of West Burling
ton, Iowa, when, after seven weeks
In the hospital, four of tho best phy-
biclans cave him up. Then was shown
the marvelous curative power of Elec-
trie Biiters. For, after eight maailis
.,r r.-l.rMfnl BnVrtnir from liver teou-
ble and yellow jaundbe, getting no
telp lrom other remedies or doctors,
five bottles of this matchless medicine
omp'.ctely cured him. It is positively
guaranteed for Stomach, Liver or
Kidney troubles and never disap
points. Only COe. at !'. G. Frlcke
Box Social at Itock 111 nil's.
Miss Bess Edwards, who is teach
ing at the school at Rock Bluffs this
year, and her pupils are arranging
for a box social to be given at tho
school house on Saturday evening,
November lfth. The proceeds from
tho sale of the boxes will be used for
the benefit of the school. Everybody
cordially Invited. ll-7-4tw2td.
W. It. V. l adies Meet.
The Woman's Relief corps met yes
terday afternoon with Mrs. Bettle
Mosten, the meeting being largely at
tended by the membership, and a
good social hour was enjoyed. A
program had been prepared by tho
committee with some excellent papers
from some of the members. Lunch
eon was served, which added mate
rially to the success of the occasion.
Dr. Cochran, of Omaha, was a
Dattsmoiith visitor today.
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Opietr.t .M !r;,lvlae nor :incral
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Apcrlh-I Rpmi'tly forrcrs
I ion , Sour Slotraeh.lllams a
rcSiri!lc Signature of
Exact Copy of Wrapper,
DEATH OF RR3. ISILLll
A special from Elm wood, under
date of Monday, November 7, an
nounces the sudden death of Mrs.
William lluster, which occurred early
Sunday morning. She had been In
her usual health all day, planning for
a visit from her son, but died very
soon after his arrival. Mrs. Iluster
is the wife of William Burter, an old
confederate soldier. She leaves her
husband and four children, Mrs.
Ernest, of Kansas; Mrs. Hoffman, of
Ashland; Bert Buster, of Lincoln, and
Edward Buster, of Oregon. The
funeral ..was held this (Tuesday) af
ernocn, and was attended by a large
concourse of sympathetic friends.
Mr. an-.l Mrs. Busier are pioueer
residents of Cass county, con.ing here
soon after the great unpleasantness,
locating in the southeast part of the
county. They removed to Elniwood
soon after the railroad was surveyed
through the town, where they have
ever since made their home.
The deceased was a most estimable
lady, and was loved by all who knew
her. Her death is a sad blow to her
husband and children. The sympa
thies of the entire community and
that of friends all over the county po
out to the bereaved husband and
children in this, the hour of great
sadness. The Journal also joins In
extending sympathy to our old friend
and his family.
Jolly Six Iniliuns.
That popular dancing club, tho
Jolly Six Indians, will give one of
their enjoyable dancing parties at the
Coates hall, two weeks from this
evening, Wednesday, November 23.
Tho best musical talent In the
city will be procured to play for
the ball. One of the best dances ever
B,ven by tho ( lub
Is anticipated, so
I t,,0He vlsl'inK l "ly a R0(1 tinie
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snouiu seep uie uaio in mum
Unloading Building Material.
H. C. McMaken & Son have been
engaged last evening and this morn
ing in unloading a carload of lumber
and forms for concrete for II. S. Fi-l-ton,
the government building con
tractor. Tho excavating for tho
foundation Is moving along rapidly,
and the ditches for the concrete bnse
will be commenced within a few days.
Mrs. S. M. Welch and son Fred,
who novo been visiting Mrs. Welch's
brother, Mr. George Tolsall and fam
ily, for a time, departed for their
home at Seward, Nebraska, this
McMaken & Son commenced this
afternoon to haul sand and cover the
concrete work on Fourth street. It
is the Intention to place an inch of
snnd over the entire distric t No. 3.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind Yen Haw Always BgM
i'n-rttrj' . )
I '..a, it til'. ',-". J
Tor Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have
THK CCNTAUH OOMNNY, NEW VOftR CITY.
The Goernment pay Railway Mail
Clek $800 to $1,200, and other em
ployeei up to $2,500 annually
Uncle Sara will hold examinations
throughout the country for Railway
Mall Clerks, Custom House Clerks,
Stenographers, Bookkeepers, Depart
ment Clerks and other Government,
positions. Thousands of appointments
will be made. Any man or woman
over 18, In City or Country can get
Instruction and free Information by
writing at oneo to the Bureau of
Instruction, 79 J. Hamlin Building,
Rochester, N. Y.
Meet With Mrs. .1. V. Johnson.
The Ladies' Aid society of the
Presbyterian church were most de
lightfully entertained at the pleasant
home of Mrs. J. V. Johnson yester
day. There were a large number of
the ladies in attendance, v ho enjoyed
a splendid afternoon. The early part
of the afternoon was taken up with
the usual business session, ' after
which the ladies indulged in a social
time. Conversation, interspersed
with music, made the time pass all
too rapidly. At curly candle light an
elegant luncheon was provided, Mrs.
Johnson being assi.sted In serving by
her daughter. Miss Ruth.
, Extending the Sewer.
Mr. Christ Bayscr returned from
Omaha on the morning train today
and resumed his duties as city engi
neer. While in Omaha Mr. Bayser
secured the services of an expert
bricklayer to finish the sewer exten
sion on Vine street. The matter had
been carried along until the con
struction of the arch had been
reached, which required the services,
of a mason skilled In that particular
kind of work. As soon as the mason
can arrive the work will be finished.
For pains In the side or chest
dampen a piece of flannel with Cham
berlain's Liniment and bind it on
over the seat of pain. There is noth
ing better. For sale by F. G. Frlcke
e e s 3
A pulled Into tho noilrlln
la quickly abkorbed.
CIVES RELIEF AT ONCC.
It clonuses, aooth'-s, heals and protects th
disused liii'iiiluuiio result inv( fpm Citiirrli
unci drives way a Cold in the I lend cilllcklv.
llcstoin tlm Seism" of Tie-to iiml S-pi'ii.
It is ensy to iki'. Contains no inju-i' :i
tlni!ri. N.j men my, no cocaine!, no mum'.
!liiiif. The hiiiiM-leild remedy.
l'riee, ri'1 cent .U J ru,r;'i-tn or by nail.
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