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About Will Maupin's weekly. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1911-1912 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 11, 1912)
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RYE FLOUR A SPECIALTY
145 S. 9th St.. LINCOLN. NEB.
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In his campaign speeches Aid rich endeavors to leave the impres
sion that his opponent. Senator Morehead, opposed the reform meas
ures enacted by the legislature of 1907. lie even goes to the length
of trying to make voters believe that Morehead voted against them.
When fronted by the fact that Morehead was not a member of the
1907 legislature, nor of any other save that of 1911. Aldru-h hedges
and says: I meant that if he had been in the legislature then he
vould have opposed those measures." All of which is one more sam
ple of the Aldrieh methods of campaigning.
Mr. WilBara A. Kadford ifll answer
cvsliocs aai mv advk- FREE OF
OOST on ail subjects pertaining to tho
uhjert of buiUiin:. for ttie readers of ttiis
Jper. On account of His vide experieaca
as Editor. Author and Manufacturer, be
is. without draibu the highest authority
on ail these subjects. Address all inquiries
to William A. Radford. N"x rTS West
Jackson boulevard. Chicaaeo. ISL. and only
cnrloae tvo-ceat stamp for reply.
Dick Bros. Celebrated Bottle and Keg Beers
White Rock aSncral aaJ Ginger Ate McAvoy's Matt Marrow
Abo a fine Line of Wises and Liqam (or Family Use
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It is sometimes quite a problem to
: iesiga a house of medium size and
I moderate cost for a large family. If
one Is able to put up a residence of
unlimited size with wings and ells
and third-story additions, at the same
time having no thought as to the cost,
the task of the architect in providing
suitable accommodations for all the
members of a large household is com
paratively easy. All he has to think
i of Is the architectural effect; and.
j other things being equal, the larger
j the house the more beautiful and im
; posing it is from an architectural
j standpoint. Unfortunately, however.
: or rather fortunately, the great ma
i fority of home builders In this coun-
try have to count the cost and have
to figure to get the required accom
modations In a residence of medium
size and cost.
And It Is Just this which has
brought the science of house planning
to such perfection during the past
four or five years. Architects have
made a special study of the require
aaents of the small or medium sized
residence with the result that today
American house planning has reached
a degree of perfection never before
The house illustrated herewith is
as a waterproofing coat and as an
artistic coloring. Cement plaster
does not require painting so often as
clapboards it is true. One coat every
Ere years should be enough to keep
the building in first class condition In
As a general thing the cement plas
ter siding is liked because it gives
the impression of permanence and
durability at a cost only slightly in
excess of that for clapboards. At the
same time it affords a slight protec-
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Mte of these designs. In size 29 feet
S inches by 3S feet and costing $3,090
I this house gives ample accommoda
j (ions for a laree family. The first
; Soor is very little broken up. most of
j the space being given to the large
living room, 13 by 2S feet; the dining
: roost, 13 by IS feet, and the large cen
tral stair hall connecting these two
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butter satisfaction. Sweet, pure, wholesome, deiiciaus. There is a 3avar
ndgMuine Koodness about it that you do not get in ordinary bitter
Mst2e aory from pare, rich pasteurized errant,
Alwaps in the tclzrJLea Scaled Package
rooms. Thus more than three-fourths
pf the entire downstairs space is avail-
able for activities of the home Ufe.
t The large porch, 2S feet 6 inches by
y X feet, forms a valuable addition also
to this space.
The second Poor, on the other
hand. Is divided into five bedrooms.
7 I each rather small, yet large enough
J. i tor all practical purposes. Bach bed-
Second Floor Plan.
lion against fire, even though wood
lath is used. With metal lath the
cement plaster coating may become
real fi reproofing.
This design, combining these desir
able modern features of materials, in
terior arrangement and exterior ap
pearance is one of the best yet produced.
RECALLS DAYS OF INDIANS
Old Church Near Elba, in Michigan,
Has Had a Most Interesting
An old Indian church, mate relic of
a bygone age, still stands on the
Augerot farm, near the little village of
Elba, in Michigan.
The old structure is a century old
and it has been over fifty years since
its walls echoed to the hymns of the
, Standing in the middle of a large
field of yellowing oats, the old church
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room has a clothes closet in connec
tion. . The general design and exterior ap
pearance of this house is of a type
which right now la enjoying a great
popularity. It Is exceedingly simple,
being square and plain and without
ornamentation, vet the low hip roof.
Ura grouping of the windows, the pro
jecting sill courses and the general
proportion of the parts unite to make
this a very pleasing design.
Cement plaster on wood lath Is the
method of construction used for this
design. Stucco siding has been used
almost to the entire exclusion of clap
boards, shingles, etc, on all houses
built during the past three or four
years and has proved entirely satisfactory-
When this form of siding
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ROBERT J. FRAAS
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
DiatrSbtttors of the famous Store and Saxon Brew Beers
Family Trade a Specialty
201 N. 9th St!
First Floor Plan.
was first Introduced the claim
made for It that bo painting wouM
ever be required over it- Experienca
has proved otherwise, however, espe
cially la cities where there Is a great
deal of smoke and dirt cement plaster
walla require brightening up with
paint the same as any other surface.
There are special paints and prepara
Uoa for this purpose which do doa
ble daty in this respect,, acting both
its square mltMon steeple. It
serves as a monument to the
powerful tribe of Nipissing Indiana.
For many years .the church
been used aa a granary and store
house. A slant roof shed has been
added to one side for the storing of
Implements, The altar and pews are
gone, and where ones the redskin
knelt la prayer now lay heaps of
Erected as it was In the days of log
houses, the church was a triumph of
the builder's art at that time. The
massive timbers are as firm and
strong as they were a hundred years
ago. it is said to have been the first
building In these parts sided with J
boards. It was plastered at one time.
but this has fallen off.
On the heavy pine door can be seea
the tracing of what apper-s to be a big
round sun, probably symbolical of tho
Previous to about 1SS0 the country
in this vicinity belonged to the Nipis
sing Indian reservation. The tribe
had three large villages, One winter
smallpox got Into the village and hun
dreds of the red aaea died. The tribe
became so small that the go vera meat
opened the reservatioa to the whites.
Aad today not aa India
New Tork Times.
Early Morninta Exercise,
It la a good habit to go to bed early
enough to rise in time for a little
exercise preliminary to the bath. For
the normal Individual a little simple
exercise either with simple apparatus
Uke the chest weights, or without
any apparatus at all. will be sam
el ent to start the circulation and to
create aa appetite for his morning
meaL Make it a rule to practice some
caUsthenic movements each morning.
It is better to do that regularly than
to take a vigorous course of exercise
for a short period of time, and the
take bo exercise at all. This simple
procedure will keep the heart and
avascular aystaau la a fairly
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A Good Place
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CINCINNATI"! SHOE STORE
142 North 12th street.
The proprietor of the
Economy Shoe Repairing Co.
at 1431 0 St, made a good selection in the name, and to those
in need of first-class repairing it will be eeonomy to you to
have them do your work. They are experts in their line and
make it a point to do good work. Mr. Gus Demma has full
charge and his reputation as to good workmanship in our city
is generally known. Drop in, Gus will be glad to see you.
Harness, saddles, collars, nets, pads everything for the
horse and what you want because every article is the best.
See me for spring and summer horse wear. Sight goods
and right prices.
Repairing a Specially
You will be satisfied with my repair work.
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A private hospital sit
uated in a walnut grove.
Has every convenience
for those seeking health
with all comforts of home.
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