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About The Wageworker. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1904-???? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 30, 1907)
JACOB S. BAER
CANDIDATE FOR REPUBLICAN NOMINATION
WM. ROBERTSON, JR.
Cash or Credit
1450 O STREET
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10 K0IE--I0 LESS
145 So. 13th St.
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It is made in Lincoln and every sack
is warranted to give satisfaction.
BARBER S FOSTER
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WITH A POLICY
Vostorn Firo Insurance Company
Purely a Nebraska Company
Its Stockholders are among the Best
Business Men of Lincoln and Nebraska
Capital Stock - -Cash
Loans and Securities
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
Allen W. Field, President, P. F. Zimmer, Secretary, E. A. Becker, V.
P. and Manager, W. H. England, Vic President, Jno. T. Zimmer,
Treasurer, C. w. Sanford, J. A. Frawley.
Patronize This Worthy Home Company
Home Office No. 201 So. 11 Street.
SOON AS LOSS IS ADJUSTED
TEN WEEK'S ENGAGEMENT OF THE MARTIN STOCK CO.
Box Office Open al 10 a. m. Every Day
Evening Prices. 8:30-15c, 25c. Mats. 2;30 Tues.. Thurs., Sal. all Seals 15c
The Dr. Benj. F. Bally Sanatorium 1
For non-contagious chronic diseases. Largest,
best equipped, most beautifully furnished.
RED SEAL SHIRTS
Here's One of a Hundred Varieties!
Q Q All soft attached collars and cuffs interlined, (can be
laundered stiff if desired). French finished Blue Cham
bray fine enough for dress, strong enough for work. Roomy
in cut beautifully made with double stitching washes per
fectly, an exceedingly handsome, serviceable and comfortable
shirt at a popular price.
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The above is a portrait of Jacob S.
Baer, candidate before the republican
primaries for the nomination to the
office of clerk of the district court.
There are many reasons why The
Wageworker desires to see Mr. Baer
nominated. Without in any sense
decrying the merits of other candi
dates for that office. The Wageworker
believes Mr. Baer to be the best qual
ified. His experience in the office
as a deputy has familiarized him with
every detail of the work. His uniform
courtesy has made friends of all who
have had dealings with him. - He is
making a clean canvas for the honor,
leaving personalities and inuendo to
others. He is a candidate solely upon
his own merits. .
Mr. Baer is not a member of any
union for the simple flason that ha
is not a craftsman. But his sympa
thies are with unionism, ad he be
lieves that every man should belong
to the union of his craft. He under
stands the underlying principles of
trades unionism and gives them his
unqualified approval. He is. relatel
to the Carpenters' Union by ties of
blood, his brother being a member of
that organization. During his long
residence in Lancaster county he has
become acquainted with many work;
inginen, and they are a unit in testi
fying to his liberality, his readines;
to help a man in distress, his lar;
sympathy with their aims and objects
and his unvarying courtesy and kind
ness. He is no "fair weather friend
but a friend at all times to those who
really need friends.
Mr. Baer has assured the public
that if elected to the' office of clerk of
the courts he will conduct the af
fairs of the office In .such a way as
to secure the maximum of service at
the minimum of cost, and that he wili
be clerk cf the district court and not
a politician seeking to make the office
an annex of his political party's ma
chine. He is a staunch and unwaver
ing republican. In every position he
has occupied he has rendered satis
factory service, and this is a guaran
tee that his service as clerk of the
courts will be satisfactory. Union
men of .the republican faith who want
to support a m,an who is friendly to
their cause, and at the same time
well qualified, could do no better than
to support Mr. Baer at the primaries
Walter A. Leese,
Deputy County Judge
Candidate for County Judge
Knowledge, ability and ex
perience are the best qualifica
tions for office. I am a candi
date for county judge, asking
for promotion from "deputy
ship," on my own merits, and
not in the interest of or in com
bination with any other person
or corporation; am familiar
with every detail and require
ment of the office; a lawyer
with special training and wide
experience in probate law' and
practice; always a republican;
as clerk of this court, book
keeper, cashier and wage-worker,
I devised and prepared all
office reports which the grand
jury examined and commended
as "models, both in form and
substance;" I was not an ap
plicant for endorsement by the
lawyers nor present at theii
at their meeting; my compe
tency was not submitted to nor
passed on by them, therefore
am not bound by their action
nor barred from candidacy by
their endorsement of another;
preferring to submit my claims
direct to the people; and con
form to the letter and spirit of
the primary law. My competi
tors are my personal friends for
whom I have the kindliest feel
ings; my many loyal support
ers feel that I should receive
this nomination because they
believe I deserve it and' am
"worthy and well-qualified." As
clerk, I have filed and prepared
for record 1,256 new probate
cases in seven and one-half
yaars, as against 2,238 cases in the previous thirty-two years. Consider
ing this experience, the growth of both county and this office, whose work
must be kept up, if successful, I shall practice the strictest economy and
shall ask for only sufficient competent help to assist me to perform its
duties properly, and give to every one "a square deal." Being unable to
make each a personal visit, kindly accept this as such and as my request
for your support September 3d. ' WALTER A. LEESE.
FOLLOW. THE WAGON AND
DONKEY TO 143 SOUTH 13TH
STREET, LINCOLN, NEBRASKA
Buy Union Stamp Shoes
The Best Made
Buy shoes mad with ths Uaioa Stanpw Ji guar-.
anna of good wan ooadltloaa and wall traated
hoe worfcan. If hlffhar la oast than ahoes with
out the union stamp,
INSIST upaa having Ualoo Stamp (horn. If 7 oar dealar caaaot (apply yoa, write
BOOT AND SHO WORKERS' UNION
B4 SUMMER STREET
. BOSTON, MASS.
Your Cigars Should Bear This Label..
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It is insurance against- sweat shop and
tenement goods, and against disease. ...
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A Strtctjy t'pftii ilm
Modern Decorators, Wall
PaMoaMings, Etc. ?f,R
Alto tttse 1975
Single-Comb White Leghorns
My hens lay as high aa 300 eggs a year. I bay a few fine cockrella
left They are beauties.
EGGS $1, $2 and S3, SETTING OF 15.
Won more first prizes at Nebraska State Poultry Show last February
than all competitors combined. Also at Omaha, winning two sweep
stakes and a loving cup for best display. Eggs are union laid, and sold
by a man who believes in trades unionism. ,
Phon 9290. S d
IL H. HALL, 515 W. Greenwood SL, University Place, Neb.
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