Will Maupin's weekly. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1911-1912, July 05, 1912, Image 3
WAY' 1112 0 STREET 1112 0 STREET BEN Tlu 3U ion? our dreatest IB 5s gc&ag to lbs Everything is now ready for the opening of our great summer clearance sale, Monday morning, July 8th. At 8 o'clock our doors will be thrown open to the greatest collection of genuine furniture bargains ever offered in this city. Take Yot Choice at f -5 to i -2 Off Our new fall goods will soon be here and we must make room for them. Prices have been slashed from one-fifth to one-half on practically every article in our mammoth stock to bring about a quick clearance. The sooner you call the bigger will be the selection of bargains Ave can show you. Goods like ours are bound to go at the prices we arc quoting. So don't delay Not even a day. The only exception is on Macey, Limbert, Hoosier and two or three other contract goods. Worthy of . special mention would be seasonable goods like Refrigerators that have been selling as low as $10.00 at regular price and Porch Swings selling as low as $2.35 for a four foot length. See what discount does in such a case. REMEMBER MONDAY MORNING JULY 8TH AT 8 O'CLOCK. 0 STREET NW AY 1112 0 STREET O, LORD! HERE'S ANOTHER! While some enterprising citizens are struggling to arrive at a eommonsense settlement of the gas question, along comes a city official who says that he is against any settlement that contem plates dollar gas, because he thinks the time is ripe for 95 cent gas! That '8 one trouble with Lincoln. Wculd that we could put a few of our would-be reformers and public benefactors to work emulating the example of the man Dean Swift wrote about the scientific gen tleman who was seeking a formula whereby sunshine night be ex tracted from cucumbers. Anything to keep them ort of mischief; anything V keep theirt from continually spilling the fat into the lire. Let's get dollar gas, and get it as soon as possible. And if any man gets in the way of that desired end let's apply the boot. AN ENTERPRISING FIRM. A great many people are now figuring on putting in a furnace, or in getting the old furnace in shape ready for next winter. Such people are advised to confer with the enerprising firm of Logan & Kannecke, 137 North Twelfth street. This firm has a new shop, filled with new machinery and material, and is equipped to do all kinds of tin work and install the best make of furnaces; also to re pair and put in order any make of furnace. This firm may be de pended upon to do the best work, and do it at prices that will be satisfactory to the patron. They have done work for some of the leading business concerns of our city. THE NEWSPAPER MEN IN OMAHA. Next Monday a lot of Nebraska newspaper men will be the guests of Ak-Sar-Ben, the Commercial club and the Union Stock Yards Co. at Omaha and South Omaha. They will see Samson's big hirkns, get big eats at the Live Stock exchange in South Omaha, watch Uncle Sam's soldiers drill and ride around town in buz.. wagons. Those who are there will have a good time, learn a lot of things about Omaha and South Omaha and the biggest single in dustry in Nebraska. They'll feel better for the -visit, do better work when they get home, and be better boosters than ever for good old Nebraska. We'll be there if we have to bust a hame ttlring in getting there. "BOOSTER DAY" JULY 16. wear in mind that luesday, July lb, is "JtJooster Uay, upon which occasion we are to turn out 6,500 strong and whoop it up for Ilughie Jones' bunch of Antelopes. By so doing you will be boost ing Lincoln, boosting a mighty fine sportsman, who is going to give Lincoln the best in the national pastime, and boosting as clean and capable a bunch of pastimers as ever donned sliding pads' and spiked shoes. Don't be a piker; be a booster. A GREAT OPPORTUNITY. I have for sale a few relinquishments in a county that pro- nuces splendid crops. Some free land is left. You can prove up ill three years under the new law. Call Arthur Potter, B-1169. At 425 North Tenth street, evenings and Saturday afternoons. KEEP ON TRYING. The good people who are complaining about the non-delivery of ice on Sunday should strive a little harder. Let them get bigger ice boxes and buy enough ice on Saturday to last over Sunday. Give the hard working fellows on the ice wagons a chance to have one day of rest, one day with their wives and little ones. Give the horses a chance to rest up. Be a good sport, and if you have to suffer a little inconvenience in order to make life a little more bear able to a lot of your fellows, suffer the inconvenience and smile about it. This Sunday rest means a lot to a number of men and women and horses. Don't forget the horses. It doesn't mean anything particular to the ice company, for it pays its help just as much for the six days' work as it paid for seven. The horses eat just as much. It may be a little hard to stand for the system this first season, but stick to it, and by another year we'll all like it. PLEASING THE PEOPLE. The Lily motion picture house at 1428 O street is offering the peo ple some splendid attractions. Manager Armstrong has set a high standard for this cosy little theatre, and he will live up to it. JIBES AND JESTS. Col. John Maher slipped over to Coney Island for a day and the Harmon boom petered out with appalling suddenness. The "Dahlman protest" sent to the Baltimore convention from Omaha had about as much effect as whistling against a blizzard. Perhaps Mr. Roosevelt's intention was to bust the trusts bv letting them gorge themselves to death. We have the word of Hon. Bill Phelps of Mizzoorv that on this particular occasion Ol' Bill Stone failed to hide the shells. After his vocal assault on Mr. Bryan we presume that right now Hon'ble Stanchfield of New York has about as much to say s the little boy had upon a eertain memorable occasion. Now that the boke of smattle we mean the smack of bottle! O. thunder, smoke of battle, we meant now that the smnkc nf battle has cleared away we hope you'll seize every occasion to slip n a few boosts for Nebraska. Senator Gilbert M. Hitchcock has something like four years in which to offset a few things, failing which he is due for trouble. Personally we could have named forty men we would prefer to Marshall of Indiana for vice-presidential timber. And if the vice presidency amounted to anything of moment under ordinary circumstances we'd be inclined to wax wroth over Marshall's nomi nation. But as it is, it isn't worth worrying over. Our respects, to Senator Al Sorenson of the Omaha Examiner. But the matter of who shall be made head of, the Nebraska De partment of Publicity and Emigration is of mighty little conse quence compared to the matter of establishing and properly con ducting such a department. A Nebraskan worth upwards of half a million dollars died last week, and to date we haven't heard a single man assert that it was a fortune dishonestly won. We are making progress, after all. This good state of Nebraska needs constructive work, pro ducers, business builders, a whole lot more than she needs pro fessional politicians. "Party lines are shot all to pieecs," and the only people who re sore about it are those who have personally profited by partisan politics. i All Styles in Men's and Ladies' Shoes at $1 Less Cincinnati $2.50 Shoes Store 142 North 12 St. Washington. Employes of all the United States navy yards in the coun try, to the number of 20,000 or more, will be laid off July 1, unless congress makes provision for payment of their wages. This announcement was made by Acting Secretary of the Navy Win throp at the White House. Los Angeles. William J. Burns, the detective who brought about the arrest of the McNamaras, testified Monday in the trial of Clarence S. Darrow for jury bribery. Five minutes after his direct examination was begun Mr. Burns asked the protection of the court and a short time after was fined $25 for contempt. A similar fine was inv posed upon Chief Counsel Earl Rogers of the defense. President Taft has appointed Briga dier General William S. Witherspoon to be major general to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Major General Frederick D. Grant. v Meet Ue at Rector's Onyx Fountain All the fancy soft drinks known to the expert mix ologist The favorite re freshment resort of Lincoln. Drugs and Sundries Icr's.T welfth and0 Streets, prescriptions accu rately compounded. Prompt deliveries. 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CO LUMBIA LOAN CO., 127 South 12th. Notice Probate of Foreign Will. Estate No. 3084. of John S. Hurst, deceased, in County Court of Lancas ter County, Nebraska. f The State of Nebraska, To all per sons interested in said estate, take notice that a petition has been filed for probate of the will of said de ceased, with authenticated copy and record of proceedings thereon by the Court of Probate of Philadelphia county, Pennsylvania, and for appoint ment of Hannah E. Hurst and Charles W. Wilkinson as executors thereof, whicii has been set for hearing herein on July 9, 1912, at 10 o'clock a. m. BatMl June 13, 1912. GEO. H. RISSER, County Judge. By ROBIN R. REID. 18-0 (Seal) Clerk. Notice of Petition. Estate No. 3091, of Emma Cloyd, de ceased, in County Court of Lancaster Counts', Nebraska. r ' The State of Nebraska, To all per sons interested in said estate, take notice, that a petition has been filed for the appointment of Margaret L. Nelson as administratrix of said estate, which has been set for hearing herein, on July 22, 1912, at 10 o'clock a. in. Dated June 25, 1912. GEO. H. RISSER, ; County Judge, by ROBIN R. REID, 15-3 . (Seal), Clerk. Sticks I i A 4. I '