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WILL MAUPIN'S WEEKLY
WILL M. MAUPIN, Editor
Published Weekly at Lincoln, Nebraska, by The
Wageworker Published Company.
"Entered ai second-clan matter February 3, 1911, at the post
office at Lincoln, Nebraska, under the Act of March 3, 1879."
ONE DOLLAR THE YEAR
FOR DISTRICT JUDGE.
I am a candidate for republican nomination
for district judge at the coming primaries.
Your support will be appreciated.
GEORGE A. ADAMS.
FOR COUNTY JUDGE.
I am a candidate for county judge at the
coming primaries as a republican. I pledge
my best services to the public if nominated
and elected. Your support solicited, and will
GEORGE H. RISSER.
. FOR COUNTY JUDGE.
I am a candidate for the nomination for
county judge as a republican, subject to the
action of the forthcoming primary. If nom
inated and elected, I pledge my best services
to the public. I solicit your consideration fo
my candidacy. JOHN S. BkSHOP.
I am a candidate for the republican nomi
nation for sheriff. I solicit your support.
F. William Osthoff,the only German
American candidate for the nomination
for sheriff, subject to the Republican pri
maries, respectfully solicits your support.
If nominated and elected he pledges to
the public his best services.
FOR POLICE JUDGE.
I am a candidate for the nomination
for police judge, subject to the Repub
lican primaries. Your support is respect
fully solicited, and if sucessful in my
candidacy I pledge to the people my best
SHORT ARM JAliS.
The circuses are bigger than they were
forty years ago, but they are not half so
John Mitchell at the Auditorium July
27 should address an audience filling
that structure to capacity.
Speaking of Canadian reciprocity
when we raise enough potatoes to export
the tariff doesn't benefit the producer a
For a town so newly wet Lincoln is
awfully short on water.
Chief of Police Donahue of Omaha is
probably muttering to himself. - ;
Beverly is now the capital of the Unit
ed States. Oyster Ray is a spoiled mol-'
Lincoln has so few open street cars
that Av e are not much bothered by the end-
Don't it beat Hades what a wonderful
interest the tariff protected trusts are
taking in the welfare of the western
Word comes that a New York concern .
is to build a skyscrapper 10 stories high.
We opine that about seventy of the stories
will be plain lies.
penny. When we have a shortage of po
tatoes the tariff is a tax on consumption.
A tariff on foodstuffs is a crime. A tax
on consumption is folly.
Every time Ave hear of an "Honest
John" or an "Honest Bill" running for of
fice Ave holler for help and look around
for a policeman.
Trust Secretary Mellor of the state fair
board ahvays has something new to
entertain the state fair visitors. Last
year it Avas the airship. This year it will
be a naval exhibit. By next year he will
haATe something else.
Merely Avith a view to suggesting some
thing that Avill expedite the business of
the city council, Ave submit the Avisdom of
alloAving Mr. Pratt to be "it" at one meet
ing -and alloAving Dr. Leonhardt to be "it"
at the next, alternating thus throughout
Wlierever you see things doing, there
you AAill find one or more Nebraskans.
That's an immortal cinch. The head of
the "neAV thought" propaganda is James
Arthur Edgerton. We are not Avholly
Avise to this "new thought" business, but
it sounds good. And James Arthur
Edgerton, poet, dreamer, philosopher
and journalist, is a Nebraska product to
the manor born. By the Avay, another
Nebraskan, Alfred Tomson of Omaha, is
assistant secretary of the "neAV thought
ers." As before remarked, Ave are not
Avise to this "new thought" business, but
with a couple of Nebraskans so promi
nently connected with it, it must be all
to the good.
F'r ev'ry scarlet AAoman dere is a man
dat's lackiir a AA hole lot o' bein' white.
De guys dat t'ink de season's style o'
dresses sIioavs off de forms uv de wim
men sirtinly ain't never seen deir sis
ters's fixin's layin' around after she's
gone t bed.
There is nothing in the Printing
Line we cannot do and do well
That is a Specialty with this
Printery. See our samples
Doubtless you can get cheaper
printing elsewhere. You can
not get good printing cheaper.
And cheap printing is dear at
any price. We do the best,
and aim to make a fair profit.
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minute with sample and price.
Will Maupin's Weekly
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