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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
I You'll find it in
H Best in Price
jj Best in Quality
jj Best in Strength
m Best in Flavor
Dont Worry About the Country
coins dry. My simple home method aolvn
the prohibition question without alcohol.
Addrcaa L. N. Scott. Cloquct, Minn.
Agrntn: 62c bua lb. of otir wonderful llrrlia;
drlvts moit stubborn rheumatism entirely out
of syatim. Rheumatism Herb Co., Venice, Cut,
Celebrated KnlKtit Engine, best on eurtli. No
carbon trouble. No vulva or ruglne trouble
Bleuve vulva tjpc
Look this cur otcr licfore buying. Good Hto
territory open to dealers. Wrlto for cutnloi;
and dCHcrlptlvQ inatti r. KNUDSEN AUTOMO.
BILE CO., Distributors, 2107 Farnam St.. Omaha
GET PRICES AT
1517 O ST, LINCOLN, NEB.
Glassy Awnings --Auto Goyers
LINCOLN TENT & AWNING CO.
1616 O Street , Lincoln, Neb.
Let Us Make a New Car Out of Your Auto
We bull! to nrdor a solid Victoria top with
bereted plate Kinases on aldea nnd rear; or Couno
Ilmly, Scctun, Sport or ltoadeter llody.
rulntlng. Slipcovers, etc. Onrpalntdepartmont
pais 18 paint operations on a nnnr paint Job. Kquat
to tbu bust factory work. Wrlto ltopartnicnt No. 7.
Win. PfoUTor Anto & Cnrrlngo 'Works
tithAi. UiitDw.rtUSt., Oob,.ti. r Ln Tjler 101
Also build Cabs and Track llodlca
BATRY VIM DISTRIBUTOR
Save 50 on Storage Batteries
Guaranteed 18 months
Wo manufacture, rebuild, charge, rent, sell or
exchange. Storage batteries of all kinds.
What Batry Vim Docs
Batry Vim makes a worn-out storase battery as
Kood as new: it breaks up sulphation on the platea
and makes the battery 100 ellicient, no matter
how old or what condition the battery is in.
, . Ship your old battery to us.
Dealers' proposition open. Write for information.
BATRY VIM CO Inc.
1610 N Street Phone B2G3G LINCOLN, NED.
SULPH0 SALINE SPRINGS
Located on our own premises
and used in tho
Natural Mineral Water Baths
Dnsurpus&ed in tho treatment of
Heart, Stomach, Kidney and
lU'odor&to charges. Address
DR. O. W. EVCHETT. Mar.
1 4th and M Sis. Lincoln, Neb.
.ifcTr 1 1 u F3
m jaLafl asamE saafl I taaamBaWaHlLBBBBBV
Rooms from tl.00 up single, 7& cents up double.
CAFE PKICES REASONADLB
HIDES TAN N ED
and Fur Coat, Robes, Etc.
Mado to Fit You
nighest price paid for Haw
IIKtea and Furs. Sand for ship
ping tags and price Hat.
917-919 0 St. Lincoln, HtaX
Bonds for Sail
In f 1 00, $900 and $ 1,000 denominations on farms
and high class city property to net S, 84 and 8 per
cent. Some can be cashed any day before due for
a commission of one months interest Monthly
peper for Investors sent free.
LINCOLN TRUST COMPANY
128 North Uth Street LINCOLN, NEB.
Order of our agency. If we have no local
representative order direct from us.
TREY & FREY, florlsla
X8B8 O STltKET LINCOLN. NUIIHAHICA
FILMS DEVELOPED FREE
When Prtnta Are Ordered
postal card size, 0 ci'tua, postpaid.
Denton Photo Supply- Co.
15th & FtrnamSts. Omaha, Neb.
T. J. O'llrlrn Co.. Props.
I1.C0 WITHOUT llATIl
II.W UP WUU 1IAT1I
ISth and Farnam Sl., Omaha
ami Itopalr Material. 5000-niilo guaratiiecd,
wrapped tread tires. Kutrvaillng and rebuild
ing tires n spoolnltyi Airenuics Wanted.
For Information address
LINCOLN TIRE Ce. REPAIR CO.
124 So. ISth St. Lincoln, Neb.
C. E. SPEIDELL & SON, Lincoln
(Oon't lie thorn to the junk nan)
C nftn mllau n nr .. I a ST . m
to many tires which you ''fiwi
I now throw away. ri.W,Vt.f Xffi'.'W
i no roaioi a visnrrtino-caalnftlSDbont one-third
the cost of a now tire, th aamo Hub-CasInK can bo
used to nva:outanvi'raloldtlrts. Uerannotheiloil
?'?sl'Bl "'' (n'arlifd "H") aro ondless and aro
mado conical to lit ax Inst tho Insldo of .1 onter
H.rS",tJ!10b,'aa' ,'.u,0' '"s ("11") aro below rlm.cnt
1"M') tb:ro oro there a i.n chaico for tbo Sub
Casing to bo furred through the rlm-eut. A ixxul
till Wrll jnafOBl,l. Coformlloa. ,d out; t;
A'l?."?. MANUFAOTUIHNO COMPANT
153J N htroot Lincoln, N'ob.
G E R TWTe RA U T O
If it's for an Automobile Gertner hat it
Parts for nil makes of cars 50 per cent
below price list Our stock is selected.
We do not wreck
a enr iin!psj tt
J I II Jsau rlinQ in nn ita nu-r
power. All good9
good9 not satisfactory money refunded
within 30 days. We ship everywhere,
Engines. Magnetos, Carburetors, Tires
Parts for Alt Makes of Cars
1629 OSt Phono B-3779 Lincoln, NeU
JBuad With I
HOG HOUSE OR
Grenite-feced, waterproof cement
blocks meet your needs. Strong,
durable and handsome.
WRITE TO US fl
NEBRASKA MATERIAL CO.
317 South 11th Street, Lincoln, Neb.
Uth St and Central Are., Nebraska City, Neb.
Generators, Starters, Magnetos,
Batteries, Lamps, Horns, Bulbs.
Fuses, Cables, Spark Plugs,
Terminals, Switches, etc
Official Factory Berrlce Representatives for
Gray dt Darts, Ino., Electrlo Auto-Lite Corp
WeatlnKhoiiBe Eleo. d iUg. Co., Atwater-Kcni
Mfp. Works, Ueueral Lead Itntterles Co., Ilosch
llacneto Co., NortU-Kunt Electrlo Co., Ward
Leonard Electrlo Co., lJUur Jtotor Appllntice
Co., Dyuevo Electric Co., Connecticut Ieuitlon,
Wc specialize on all electrical equipment
If you have a Starter, Generator or Magneto
that you do not understand send it to us.
Agents wanted for Titan Battery.
Don't forget we can take care of your
electrical wants, and do it promptly.
! t2o pj)o r2)
I OPTICIAN -
i 1123 O Street :: Lincoln, Neb.
BOOKLET FREE XijfdA
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BOILED T0A FEW LINES
Occurrences Over the Cornhuaker
State Chronicled In Paragraph
Form for the Busy
A committee of 100 is belnR formed
by progressive forces of tho stato to
take charge of the movement which It
is hoped will result In tho election of
broad-minded, fur-seolng men to the
constitutional convention. At a pre
liminary mooting of moil Interested
held at Lincoln some days ago a ten
tative organization was formed nnd
Frank A. Harrison of Lincoln was
chosen secretary. A stato meeting
probably will be held soon at Lincoln
when dellnlte plans will be mmle.
The will of the late it. Len
nlng, Hastings broker, filed for pro
bate, provides for n $70,1X10 hotel for
self-supporting working girls, to be
built at Hastings; n maternity hos
pital to cost $-10,000 and u perpetual
homo for nurses. In addition to
tliee legacies tliero Is a sum of
$:tOO,(XX) set aside for the Limning
Memorial hospital mid nurses' dor
mitory, now In operation. The ehtate
Is valued at S7.'0.fMH).
Suits for damage. s tolnllng510.110.-t0
against Cedar and Dixon counties,
broiiL'ht bv relatives of Frank r.rlenzo
anil Mabel Mace J'.eavers, both of
South Slouv City, who were drowned
when the enr In which they wen rid
hit: went over a high embankment
Into the Missouri river on the county
line road between the two counties,
will be tried before the district court
nl Ponder, now In session.
The Falrbury board of education
has voted to ask for recognition as a
vocational school In agriculture under
the Smith Hughes act. The plan Is to
build a separate bulbliug for a farm
work simp and make the course of
study distinctly practical to furmlng
Interests of the locality.
Saunders county has n large two
ton truck which will lie used by the
county for heavy hauling In connec
tion with l ne evtenslve road Improve
ments resulting from the new law
Just passed by the legislature provid
ing for belter roads In Nebraska.
According to l'.eatrice police of
$700 In liberty bonds and war savings
stamps stolen from the olllco of the
Whiter runners Klevator company,
on the evening of February -I, only
one $.10 bond ha so far been recov
ered. Victory Liberty loan workers of
Itock county are going to print In the
newspapers of the county, and after
wards in pamphlet form, the names
end amounts of subscription, of every
person who takes Victory loan notes.
The MethodNt Sunday school at
Aurora took an Muster offering to
purchase a Victory liberty bond for
the endowment of the Huntington
ehnlr of religion In the Nebraska Wes
.lelTerson was the first county and
I'latto Center tho first city to go
"over the top" In the Victory Liberty
loan campaign. I'latto Center had her
quota three hours after tho drive
.Saline county vigorously resented
the quota of $800,000 given the county
In the Victory loan campaign. Sev
eral adjoining counties of equal size
were given much smaller allotments.
At a special election at Hurtlngton
voters of the city approved tho plan
of selling $1!.",000 worth of bonds for
tho purposa of erecting a city hall und
At a mooting of tho Saline county
bankers, held at Crete, It was voted
that each bank of tho county give $10
towards a prize for tho boys and
girls club work.
Slty-slx men registered for the uni
versity school of agriculture short
course being staged at Lincoln to help
provide tractor operators for the Ne
braska good roads program.
Wheat Is In an excellent condition
nil over Saunders and surrounding
counties, and with present 'moisture
n bumper crop Is almost a sure thing.
York Is looking forward to n mons
ter delegation of Spanish-American
war veterans May 10-21, the dates set
for the state reunion there.
The soldiers, sailors and Inarlnes
of Jefferson county mot at Falrbury,
April 17, and perfected a World War
North Ttend'n city council has ap
proved seven blocks of city paving to
bo done this summer.
Osceola Is laying plans for the or
ganization of a fast amateur baseball
team this season.
Scores of telephone poles were
broken down and hundreds of win
dow lights were broken In a hall and
wind storm which struck Hastings
and vicinity. Ilallstonos largor than
teacups wero picked up six hours
after the storm was over.
IJ. A. fieorgo nnd W. S. Whltten of
Lincoln were chosen president and
secretary, respectively of tho Perch
ing Historical Highway association,
at a convention hold at Lincoln, of
delegates from states through which
the highway will pass.
Tyson IJrothers of Lyons sold n
load of hogs at the South Omaha
market ono day lost week for $20.03
per hundred, the highest prlco ever
paid for hogs at that market up to
A carload of prairie hay sold on
tho Omaha Hay Kxchango nt tho
record carload prlco of $33 a ton.
Doalers say government buying last
year drew so much hay out of Nebras
ka that thoy have been slnco nnd
aro now still ehlpplng hay back in
many hay growing localities of tho
After deliberating but n fow mln.
utcs, and tho taking of a sluglo bal
lot a Jury at Nellgh brought In an in
structed verdict awarding 1-cont
dimiitges in thu case of Royal V.
Shoots, prominent member of tho
Nonpartisan league, who sued seven
tnc'tuliers of tho Antelope county
council of defenso for $:i.",000 dam
nges he said he suffered when ho
wns called boforo the council to an
swrr charges of pro-d'orinanlsm.
Seeml prominent western Nebras
ka men have started a movement to
'uro state aid for tho completion
of four bridges across tho I'latto
rhor in Morrcll county. Two of theso
biidges nro now under construction,
and tbo county has raised Its sharo
of the funds. Tho bridges under con
si ruction, and those proposed, cross
the I'latto at ScottsblulT to (Soring,
M iiltare to Molblta and at Henry und
tteorgo F. Wolz, president of tbo
si no good roads association, made the
assertion at Fremont the other day
lb if good roads boosters hud got
niin li more than I hey expected from
Hi" legislature and that remarkable
i-ojnl Improvement may be opocttsl
during the coming two years In Ne
brikn. I igures compiled by the Omaha
Clumber of Commerce, show that No
lo iKu stands fifth In (he number of
h"-. Taking the years IPlO-llU'.l, In
clusive, the number of hogs raised In
lb- stale annually has boon .'UU'-'.OOO.
Ioa leads with S.lWI.OdO. and then
cemes Illinois, Missouri, Indiana and
I'latto Conlor. this state, tho first
town In the Tenth federal reserve dis
til, i to roach Its quota In the Victory
Liberty loan drive, Is going to print
In pamphlet form the names and
aii.i'imts of subscriptions of every
u ron who buys a Victory bond.
Nebraska is the ninth slate In the
union to enact it law providing for
tin- orgunlzuUon of personal credit
unions. The law In Ihls state will ho
administered through the department
of Hade nnd commerce, under tho civ
il oile administrative law.
The recent meeting of the south
weMom Nebraska teachers' associa
tion hold at Iloldroge, was the largest
.sc-iioiiaI association over held in Ne-bin-kit.
McCook was chosen as the
phi'-o for holding tho meeting next
A thousand-bird poultry plant has
boon added to the University of Ne
braska experimental sub-station at
North Platte. The purpose Is to ex
periment with poultry under central
ami western Nebraska conditions.
r.vCovernor John II. Moorehend Is
named us president of the Nebraska
Sttiio bank of Falls City, which bus
been granted a charter by the stato
banking board. The capital stock of
the new institution Is $10,000.
Krcctlon of an alfalfa mill at
PlnttMnouth was assured by action of
the city council, when It voted to va
cnto the necessary ground for thu
structure, which Is to cost In thu
neighborhood of .r0,000.
Tho Lincoln city council has boon
presented with a petition containing
1,800 names for tho legalizing of a
Sunday theaters. Tho Issue will ho
voted upon at tho general city elec
tion. May 0.
At n mnss meeting of farmers nt
Ulysses resolutions wero adopted and
copies sent our representatives at
Washington requesting tho repeal of
tho daylight saving law, passed by our
Ono thousand dollars was tho prlco
paid for the first sack of cement mado
under tho wet process by tho Ne
braska Cement company at Superior.
It was bought by Wisconsin parties.
Nebraska lends nil tho states In tho
union In tho production of alfalfa.
Tho state's production hint year was
1,5S.1,720 tons. Colorado was second
with 3,d07,:i:iO tons.
Tho First National bank of Wnhoo
has placed a contract Vor a new and
fully modern bank building to bo erect
ed on tho site of their present locution
In tho city.
The IJrundclB interests nt Omuha
are making preparations to construct
a twenty-story building neur their
present site In thoMty.
Women of Do Witt plnn to contest
the results of the recent election, when
pool hulls wero permitted to operate
by a single vote.
Fremont imllco nro establishing an
nutomohllo "pound" for automobiles
thutdo not have 1010 license numbers.
Tho Beatrice Farmers' union has !(2
local organizations In Gago county
with n membership of nbout 1,000,
A large number of Nebraskans wero
among the 12,000 soldiers who lauded
In this county Easter Sunday.
Methodists of Omaha plan to estab
lish a community church to cost
Among the twenty enemy aliens re
leased from the war prison barracks at
Fort Douglns, Utah, wero a number of
A new hotel 1ft nmong tho recent Im
provements planned for Geneva. A site
will he donated by tho city for the
erection of a modern dO-room structure,
If ngreenient with tho parties who
have made tho community club n pro
position can ho completed.
Official figures for Nebraska from
Victory loan headquarters at Wash
Ington mako tho stato's quota $.12,
205,7.ri0. Tho quota In tho fourth Lib
erty loan was 08,070,030.
Scotls Bluff county, at a special
election, voted to Issue $200,000 worth
of bonds to huJld a new court limine.
The mnln Issue of tho campaign was
tho question of chnnglng tho county
seat to ScottsblulT. Tho .voto wns
overwhelming in favor of keeping tha
county scat nt Goring, and tho result
Is conceded to mean tho final settle
ment of any county seat agitation.
LIFT OFF CORNS!
Doesn't hurt at all and costs only
a. few cents
Magic I Just drop a little Frcczono
on thin touchy corn, instantly It stops
aching, then you lift the corn off with
tho fingers. Truly I 4No humbug I
Try Frcezonol Your druggist sells a
tiny bottle for n few cents, sulllclent to
rid your feet of every hard com, soft
corn, -or corn between tho teas, and
cnlluses, without ono particle of pain,
soreness or Irritation. Freczone Is the
discovery of a noted Cincinnati genius.
He Wants to Know.
"Opportunity Is nt your door."
"With what a wheelbarrow or nn
For true hluc, nso Itetl Cross Hall
Blue. Snowy-white clothes will bo
sure to result. Try It and you will nl
ways use It, All good grocers havo It.
There's a limit to every man's capa
bility hut very few men reach their
Cuticura Soap is
Ea,sy Shaving for
Tha Ne Up-to-date Cntlcurn Method
by Acid -
There is u much closer connection
between the stomach and brain than
most people Imnglne. It Is because of
this close connection that Indigestion,
belching, sour, gassy stomach and
other stomach miseries all of which
sro sure signs of acid-stomach are so
often followed by severe attacks of
blinding, splitting headaches.
Nervousness, sleeplessness, Irritabil
ity, mental depression, melancholia and
many other disorders which affect the
brain can also nsnrly always be traced
to tho same source acid-stomach.
So often you hear people say "I am
so nervous I think I'll fly to pieces";
or "It seems I never get a good night's
sleep nny more, my nerves nre all on
edge." Little dotihey dream that acid
Htnmnch Is the direct cause of their
troubles because very often there aro
no pains In the stomach at all. So you
roe, you can't always Judge an acid
utomnch condition by tho way your
stomach, itself, feels.
If you aro weak, nervous, unfit If
you nre not up to your old time form
If you luck your necustomed enthu
siasm, energy and pep make this test
nnd see If It isn't ncld-stnmuch that Is
holding yo.u back robbing you of your
health, strength, nnd vigor. Get n
big box of EATONIC the wonderful
modern medicine that so quickly puts
nn ncld stomach to rights. It Is In
the form of pleasant tasting tablets
that you eat like a bit of candy.
EATONIO rids the stomach of excess
f FOR YOUR
Horn, of Plen-faf
X cattle, sheep
Had Lost Twenty -Five Pounds
From Kidney Trouble. Doan's
Restored Ills Health.
J. II. Ragles, carpenter. 210 W. 00th
.St., Chicago, 111., says: "My hack (rave
nut completely and I had to quit work,
I could liaidly endure the pain in my
hack and nights 1 tc-ucd and turned,
unable to sleep. Often in the morn
ing my back was as
stiff as a board, so that
I couldn't stoop to
dress myself. When I
did manage to bend
over, everything before
me turned black. My
head seemed to be
whirling and some
times 1 was so dbzy I
had to grasp something
to keep from falling.
Tlift kidney secretionn
U'nr. It-rni.ii1ft In ..
sago, getting me up at "r. Ri(lesi
night nnd they burned cruelly. I lost
my appetite-, was weak nd listless H
went down twenty-live poundV in
weight. After 1 had given up hope,
I wns persuaded to use 7)oo'c Kid
nvy Villi nail they cured mt. Soma
nfter, 1 passed an examination fc life
insurnnco nnd I'm glad to say uir core
Sworn to before me,
Gl-O. W. DKMPSTKh.
Gat Doak'a at Any Store, 6V u Daw
FOSTERMILDURN CO.. BUrVALO. N. Y.
Allen's Foor Ease
For the Feet
Sprinkle one or two Allen's Foot-Eaac
powders in the Foot Hath atid soak and
rub tho foot. It taken tho flting out o
Coras and Bunions and smnrting, aching
feet. Then for lnstiug comfort, akak
Alloa's Foot-Kaso Into your shoes. It
takes tho frlotlon from tho shoe, reats
tho frot and makes walking n delight.
Always use It for dancing parties and t
break in new shoes. All doalent sell it. J
Pacific drove with It. Ideal climate fa
moua atimmer and winter reaort city om
clinrniltm Monterey Hay 13J .nllra south
of Ban I'ranclsco Wonderful fishing;: world
renowned mito drives ntona; ruRsed shores
and In beautiful plno, otik and cypres
fnrrata. free literature. Addreaa Cltauibec
of Commerce, PacMc Grove, Cal.
W. N. U., LINCOLN, NO. 17-191.
ncld. Brings Instant relief from IndU
gestlon. heartburn, sour belching, food
repeating, bloat and gas and makes
tho stomach cool, pure, sweet nnd
Dentists wnrn us ngnlnst the bad
effects of ncld mouth, pointing out
that tho ncld eats through tho enamel
of tho teeth, causing them to decay.
You enn easily Imaglno then tha
amount of damage excess acid wUl
cause to the delicate organization oC
the stomach 1
Thousands of people nre using
EATONIC nnd the results obtnlned orf
bo remarkable as to be almost unbe.
Movable. Yet their letters of gratis
tude, many of which ore received
dally, prove absolutely that EATONIO)
does all and oven moro than we clalmi
The medical profession, too, rccosj
nlzcs the grent value of this wondesi
ful remedy. A learned Michigan dooJ
tor wrote recently: "I have had suci
wonderful success with EATONIO tha
I want every one to know how quick
ly It will neutralize the acidity of thi,
stomach (acid-stomach) and the Htomc
nch will soon be sweet and normal
again, nnd the sick man well and
happy once more."
So ho sure to get a big box of
EATONIC from your druggist today.
If It falls In any wny to give yta the
kind of satisfaction you want, take It
buck he will refund your money. H
doesn't want one penny of your money
unless EATONIC helps you.
ACID STOMACH )v
Western Canada for
years has helned to feed
tha wfirlrt the sa'ne reauonsl.
billtvofnroductlon still rts UDon her.
hlah nrlcea for Grain. Cattia and Sheen
to remain, price oi una is mucn oeiow tea vaiue.
Land capable off yleldlng20 ta 45 bush
els of wheat to the acre can be had on
easy terms at from $15 to $30 per
acre good grazing land at much less.
Manv farms nnld for from a alnate year'a cren. Raisins
and hoKSbrintpscquaUuecess. The Government
farralnjf and atock ralslag. Railway and
Land Companies oiler unususi inducements to Home Sees;
era. I'arnis mux Me stocked by loans at moderate interne.
Western Canada otters low taxation, cood markets and ship
ping; free schools, churches nnd healthful climate. '
For partleulara a to redared railway rataa, location of land, ulos
trated literature, etc.. apply to Sopt, ot lmmltf.. Ottawa, Can., or
V RFMNFTT taitn J aVa RatlJlaf OMaHl K.V.
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