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About Will Maupin's weekly. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1911-1912 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1911)
Namrl for I.inrnln I
Made in Lincoln
Am He Understood It.
j A Chinese boy. who was learning
I English, came across the passage In
' his Testament. "We have piped unto
you. and ye have not danced." ren
cered it thus: "We have toot, toot
to yon. what the matter you no jump."
Test of the Oven
Test of the Taste
Test of Digestion
Test of Quality
Test of Quantity
Measured by Every
Test it Proves Best
Avoid Alt Evasion.
Evasions are employed either to
avoid speaking the truth or perform
ing a good action. Hence, a lover of
the real and true, as well as the tender-hearted
and benevolent, hold them
In direct and unspeakable abhorrence.
governor after AUee Pomerene was j
promoted from that office to the j
United States senate. We are glad j
that the situation looks good to Hugh, i
We hate to have any of our noted vis
itors meet up with disappointment
when they come to Nebraska. We'll
promise any of 'em any old thing they
want while they are with us then
we'll do as we jolly well please when
the time comes.
Demand liberty Flour and take no other. If your grocer
does not handle it, phone us about it.
H. O. BARBER & SON
"Do man who is alius taikia" about
Ingratitude." said Uncle Eben, "is gin
er'ly one o" dem folks dat cant lend
a helpin' hand wifout lookin fob Interest"
Fate of Majority. i
One million patents have been. Is- j
have served no other purpose than, to
put the Inventors money in circula
tion. Chicago Tribune.
A STERLING CANDIDATE.
Judge Albert J. Cornish is a candi
date for re-election to the office of
judge of the district court. We're for
him because he has amply made good
in that important office. Xo district
judge in the state has a better or
cleaner record. There is no squarer
man sitting on the bench anywhere In
America. Learned in the law. of a
judicial temperament, and in sympa
thy with the people. Judge Cornish is
an ideal man for the position. His
re-election is assured, but it would be
a deserved compliment if his election
were made unanimous.
Something All Have Noticed.
The only people with whom It b
a joy to sit silent, are the people wttk
whom it is at a joy to talk.
A TRIUMPH IN THE ART OF BREWING
THE LEADING BEER
M THE MIDDLE WEST
HOOS & FRAAS
For hard coal or coke. Largest amount of radiating sur-
1 face. Improved flue construction produces more heat units
from coal consumed. Easy to take down or set up. Three
. flues, thus affording double radiation and taking cold air from
Knows Not Wisdom.
A man who does not know how to
learn from his mistakes turns the best
schoolmaster out of his life.
Avoid such extremes as a hot bead
and cold feet. Brains.
JUDGE P. JAMES COSGRAVE.
Judge Cosgrave. after serving a bit
more than two terms as county judge,
is asking promotion to the district
bench. Will Maupin's Weekly moves
to make it unanimous, and it is going
help make it so. Judge Cosgrave has
make good as county judge, and he
wiil make good as district judge, be
cause he has the ability, the energy
and the desire. He is asking election
to the district bench on his record as
county judge, and that record is an
open book which all voters are invit
ed to read.
Utica's Labor Temple.
A big labor demonstration at Utica
on July 4 included the laying of the
cornerstone of a labor temple, the only
one in New Tork state owned by or
ganized labor, and a parade of 3.000
j anion men. including many from out
of town. State Senator Ferris and D.
M. Harris of New York, president of
the State Federation of Labor, and
State Commissioner of Labor John
I Williams were among the speakers.
The cornerstone was laid by Patrick
Murray of Albany, treasurer of the
Bricklayers. Masons and Plasterers
GEORGE H. RISSER.
George H. Risser. republican can
didate for county judge, has earned a
promtion to the county judgeship. As
police magistrate of Lincoln for two
terms he has demonstrated his fitness
for judicial office. As a citizen he has
i demonstrated his reliability and his
unswerving honesty. The office of
county judge is one of vast impor
tance, as it is charged with probate
duties and handles thousands of dol
lars every year belonging to widows
and orphans. The man who occupies
that office is charged with grave re
sponsibility. George H. Risser is com
petent to meet every test imposed
upon him. It has been the custom to
promote the police judge to the county
bench, and there are more than the
usual number of reasons why this
precedent should remain unbroken
this time, for Judge Risser is capable
of adding unusual dignity and force
to the county judgeship. The voters
of Lancaster county wiU be honoring
themselves by honoring George H.
Risser with election to the county
HANDSOMEST AND BEST
Riverside Base Burners are as good as they look, and they
I are the best looking stoves on the market.
105 North 10th Street
United Kingdom Labor Disputes.
The number of labor disputes in the
United Kingdom in 1910 was 306 (not
including twenty-sis carried over from
190O. involving 508u3S working peo
X'ie. The controversies were largely in
the coal, cotton and shipping indus
tries. A more friendly feeling was
shown during last year on the part of
trades union organizations toward the
labor exchanges. The percentage of
unemployed among T0O.00O members
of trade unions at the end of each
month in 1910 was 4.7 compared with
7.T in 1909.
Shamp Machine Company
317 South Eleventh Street
Lincoln - - - Nebraska
Automobile Repairing a Specialty
Welded-Air machine for all kinds of electric welding.
Repairing of all kinds done promptly and at lowest prices
consistent with good work.
Astos for Hire at Reduced Rates
Call Bell A2779
FIRST SAVINGS BANK
The directors of this bank are the same as the
directors of the First National Bank of Lincoln
4 per cent Interest on Deposits
UV glitJIg ovn accounts far sums as low asane dollar
Wages of Farm Laborer.
Higher wages were paid to Americas
farm laborers during 1910 thau at any
time In the last forty-five years, ac
cording to the latest government sta
tistics, which give $27.50 as the av
erage monthly wage of farm laborers.
Once Tried Always Used
Little Hatchet Flour
Made from Select Nebraska Hard Wheat
WILBER AND DeWITT MILLS
RYE FLOUR A SPECIALTY
145 So. 9th Su LINCOLN, NEB.
I PVmm AM: Am 1459
When Gus Hyers first announced his
candidacy for the nomination for
sheriff he made the mistake of having
his name printed on his cards as
"Augustus A. Hyers" and nobody
knew who he was. It took Gus about
a day to get wise, and then he threw j
those cards in the fire and had an-;
other batch printed, this time bearing j
the name "Gus A. Hyers." And lo j
everybody knew who he was. And I
that everybody thought well of Gus i '
evidenced by the fact that he was!
nominated by an overwhelming votei
, in a field of unusually well qualified
! candidates. It is going to be a pleas
ure for us to vote for Gus Hyers. al
though we would have hesitated about j
voting for Augustus A. Hyers. But
Gus isn't to be blamed because his
! fond parents handicapped him with '
I that cognomen. As soon as he could
do so he removed the handicap. He
I is going to be elected sheriff if the
voters are wise, and after he is elect
j ed he is going to make an all-fired
1 good public official. He's chock full
of energy, always determined to do
the right thing by everybody, able to
handle any Job he undertakes, and one
of those self-made young men who
has no reason at all to be ashamed of
the job he has made. We confidently
expect to see Gus elected by a major
ity of more than 3.000 and that s
some republican majority, even for old
The nest in the west. Just the
place for those delicious summer
Lincoln's popular after-the-mati-nee
and after-the-opera resort,
Good service quickly performed.
The parlor de hue.
12th and O St,
LOOKS GOOD TO HUGH.
Hugh J. Nichols, lieutenant gover
nor of Ohio, was in Lincoln the first
of the week, having been sent out by
the Harmon boosters to "spy out the
land.' While in Lincoln he was the
guest of CoL John C. Maher. and if
things didn't look bright for Harmon
it was the colonel's fault. Lieutenant
Governor Nichols wasn't elected to
that office. He was made lieutenant
1211 O Street
Jewelry and wares 01
Best selected stock in Lincoln.
Here you can get anything you
want or need in the line of
jewelry, and at the inside
price. Especially prepared for
commencement and wedding
Watch repairing and
See Fleming First
Everything in Watch se
and Clocks Repaired
114 So. 12th St.
THE SAVING HABIT
That's all saving is a habit. A habit easily cultivated,
too. And we make it easier for you to cultivate by making
it easier for you to save. We double the incentive for sav
ing. The dollars you save are idle dollars unless they are put
to work. Idle dollars amount to little it is the working
dollar that counts. Save a bit of your salary each week and
deposit with us. We'll put the dollars to work and they'll
make you 4 per cent.
Come in and let us explain our system a successful
system for more than a dozen years.
American Savings Bank
110 South Eleventh Street
is the dependable kind- Scientifically
churned from pure, pasteurized cream
it is the same yesterday, today and
tomorrow, always pure, nutritious
Ask pour grocer.
Its flavor wins favor.
The Dr. Benj. F. Baily Sanatorium
For aon contagious chronic rHwnir Largest, baaa
equipped, moat beautifully famished.
Election, Tuesday, Nov. 7, 1911.
Polls Open 8 A. M. to 6 P.M.
Judges of the Supreme Court Charles
B Letton, William B. Rose, Francis
Railway Commissioner Thomas H.
Regents of State University Frank
L Haller, Victor G. Lyf ord.
Judges of the District Court W0
laTd E. Stewart, Albert J. Cornish, P.
Clerk of the District Court J. S.
County Judge George H. Risser.
County Treasurer Philip A. Som
merlad. County Clerk Harry E. Wells.
Sheriff Gus A. Hyers.
County Commissioner Clinton J.
County Superintendent W. II.
County Surveyor W. S. Scott
Coroner V. A. Matthews.
DR. R. L BENTLEY,
Office Hoars I to 4 p. m
Office 2118 O St Bot&PlaBC
Rates: Dar 50c. WcckSZ.aX5a.S3LM
E WBLSON, M iiiiii
1329 P Street, Lincoln, Nebraska
Sanitary Trustee Kent D. Cunning
ham. Police Judge Bruce Fullerton.
Justices of the Peace W. T. Stev
ens, John E. Lowe.
Constables A. M. Bartram, Ira
Saturday, October 28th, only
day left for registration.
If you have not registered this fall
you must register October 2Sth or you
cannot vote at tne November tlection
or the Primaries next spring.
We solicit your earnest support for
one of the strongest and best tickets
ever presented to the voters of Lan
NEILS P. HANSEN.
Chairman County Republican Central 1
.Committee. , ,. , ,
J REID GREEN, Secretary.
Attfnfinn Money to loan
AlienUOn on chattels.
Plenty of it. Utmost Secrecy.
129 Sex n th s. Kelly & Noni
henaehaW coda, ranoa. hor
ea, Cta.; iaag or abort tine. 2o
chare for papsrm. N iatareot
lnadvaae. No publicity orfil
papara, V guaxante better
teems thas etbara maka. Hooey
paid immediately. COLUMBIA
LoAS CO- isr atfc lata.
Dr. Chas. Yungblut
No. 202 ' U eil tlSt BLOCK
AUTO. PHONE 3416. BELL 636
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