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VOTE THE REPUBLICAN TICKET
Governor Aldrich, Senator Brown and Congressman Norrii
Write to That Effect
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Tomr klae favor of resent tat It at aaaf . t folly soaaar la
oar plans aa inmiit In tost letter.
Z toc't sallese anthlag anoull Intervene at tala tlaa ta
attract atteatloa tram oar preeent oaapalgn In tka alaatloa sf
asreae Jdgee. an regeata te the atata univeralty.
tala la a vary laportant alaatloa and there la aaeolatel
ao raaaon why aepablleaaa everywhere over the antlra atata aaoals
not rallx to taa aswwort of thalr tiekat.
I aotloa tea? aT.lrraa la oat over taa a Cat a urglna daaoarat
everywhere to Ilae up for a straight eaaooratle tloket. If aa oaa
aha oaa raaaca way tta people saculd to fa taa daaoaratla tlakat
tala fall oa atata laauaa. tha republicaae certainly oaa aho ona
aandrad why a republican ticket ehoula be alaeted. Tha raaord of
tta laat taa deaceratio leflalatuiws aaould pat the daaoaratlo part
oat of every possibility of paaar la tala atata for taa aaxt daoada.
Oar oandldataa for the aapraaa Jadgeahlp ara rfaoto aea of azparlaaea.
L t ton and Boss have had a&oaaaafal experience as eapreae. Jucgea aad
taalr decisions aho tha breadth and aeope of a alga ordar of Judlolal
Tha affiaa of reilaay oosaiealonar- la aaaond to nona In tha
atata. Tha as&unt. extent aad aat-Aa of tha baalnaaa tranaaetad by
tha labraaka railway ooisBleeica ta of vrtal lzportanoa Is aollara anl
oaata. nat only to all ftf tha paopla, bat to aha rallroada aa wall,
tale eaasslsalsn has done great ork both fos tha paopla and aha ooaaoa
oarrlers and It la ap ta tha paepla to aea tc It that nothing happens
that alll In &zj aay detreet or take away tha efficiency of thla ooe
alaalcn. And If the people elect Thcaee i. Sail they will fled la
hla a aaa of sterling Integrity ealnea falrnaaa and thoroughly wall
qoallfled. Z as ptraonally acquainted with Mr. Ball. Ea la aa
able lawyer, la deeply Interested froa a property atandpoiat la tfca
welfare of labraaka and hla political Tlews en pualle queatjona ara
thoroughly prcgraaeive. Ic oca taa ever been heard to question
tha integrity and falrnaaa and ability o Mr. Hall. AaC In hla alee
tlaa. the paepla and tha occoon carrlere alll nave a saa upon whoa
they can at all tiaee rely and lspllaltly trust. There should ha
ao qceatlaa about hla aleatlon.
I hope yen alll auaoeed In lspreaoing tha rapubllcana of
this atata with the lzporttuica of thla election, and convince thaw)
that It la taalr duty to giva you tnelr hearty support and eo-eweratlal
In thalr Sffarts for gocd governsent In Sebraaka. Zt gsaa wltaoat
aaylaf tast 1 aa ready to aasiat yoa whenever 1 oaa.
Djiuwr or Ki-prruriiMMir U
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Cotobar f. 1611.
sstreilt I- Zensedy.
Caalrsan Hep. State Central Coaalttee.
y Sear IT. feanaay;-
Cpon v ratnrn hcaa after aa abaaaaa ef
aavaral days. I find year letter ef Cotobar th asaltlng sy
atttnticn. In 7 jvlgsent. the issues of the next eaapalga
should sat entrr into and are not eonneoted with tha tasuas of
the presmt canpaiga. In the preaidantlal prlaerlea aezt April,
the voter sill &e called npen to deterslne qseatloas that ara la
no 7 relate! to or connected with the laesea in the saspalga thla
fall, Tale fall e are electing Judges of tha Suprene Court.
legesta of the state University and a Fallrcad Ceaaisslcner. fas
snallflcaticne of candidates and tha fitness cf xen far these
efflcea ara eatlraly dlstlnot and separata frsa tha questions to
be jstarxmec is the prealde&tlal prlnarles next April, and so can't
'vote at the coaisg Savaxb election she-Id ea influenced by tha
poeltlon be istesde to tale next isMl la that contest.
Personally. 1 tad sopad ttat tte tsauea of next year's
oosteet eoulc sot & sreugnt up f&r dl.c-a::: until after the
ecnlsg electlec aa out cf tt as; na 1 3-.13 not aava entered
Into aay ii.iz:slzn af the iaue ana tte nsn invslvod to tee
pr:si::ntlal prlxcrj acnteat sm.3 :- net :s ttat tne otatlao ass
first openea p ani discussed By tnoae eao ajll be oa ice opposite
aide frsa ajtalf m tne April prinarits
Teura very truly.
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Ion. Joha 1. Xsnnedy.
Ckalrs&n Bepubilcar. State Cclttee,
Dear Kr. Sennedyt-
1 have year esteeses favsr of tha 4th Inst. In whloa
yen axnreas a hape far tha election of tha atata- ticket this yaar
and In which yau ask ze far tn expraaalcn of how suoh a result oaa
be attained. Heplylng. perxlt se to aay. In tha first plaoa tha
character nd asllity of tha candldataa ara suoh aa to oooeand tha
full ecnfldesae and support of tha paopla without regard to polltlows
Judges lettan. Hcaa. and Haaer have each been triad In Judicial
service and east has acquitted hlaself as a ."udge.-lettcn and
Ssss en the Euprase Bench, and Eager ca tha Uistrlet Benoh.-to tha
full satisfaction sf all these who honor able and Just Judges. X
lcc cf no safer guide than the teat of trial. These aea aava csaa
tried. They were honest, efficient and Impartial, to Stranger
ocxnendatlon can be found than tha reocrde they aava aads for
Thcsaa L. Eall has a Ufa record far Industrious
devatlcn to correct and Ixpartlal laws for the regulation of
pcbllo servlae oorparatlona. lo cne can truthfully question hla
qualifications for Hallway Coaalsslcnar nor hla disposition ta
treat flrrly and fairly both the shipper and tha railroads.
frank Sailer and Tlotor Lyfcrd ara both soa of
scholarship and high character and both have ahown live latarest
In educational affaire. They are students atlll. With thaaa awa
alaeted Beganta of the University that Institution would ocntlnua
tc hald ita place ascng the foresoat universities of tha country
to the great advantage and praflt of our yenng, people aad to tha
great oredlt and gocd sane of our advancing atata.
with such a ticket no Sepubllean will find It easy
or agreeable to encourage tha candidates of aay other party.
Ton also eaqulra "ta what exteat. If aay at all.ths
lasues cf the aaxt eaapalgs should eater into thla oaapalgn?" la
ay Judgaeat, nona at all. The oaapalgn aaxt year will haws to do
with prableea sot before at for solution en eleoticn day of this
year. After election there will ba anpla tlaa before tfca prlaarles
of 1512 for the Sepubllcans to eonslder and debate the Issues aad
candidates af that year, when all differences. If any shall then
exist, oaa fee detsrxlned aad ssttlad.
1 aa a Bepubllaaa aad still feel under deep obllgatloas)
to the party frca whloh I sought aad which gave aa tha aoalnatlon
four years ago as well as to tha people who afterwards alaeted aa.
That obligation wculd ba repudiated if I did aught to lnjeot lata this
carpal gn xy own candidacy or that sf any other aaa which cannot bs
determined until next year.
1 oangratulata yen aad tha party aad tha paopla ea
yaar efforts tc kesp Hepublleexs together Instead of apart aad on
yoar Strang daslre to prcaota tha success cf tha ticket sa worthy
sf popular support. Is thla understanding sy services ara at yea
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James C. Dahlman. "Cowboy" Mayor
of Omaha. "Throws the Lariat"
Mayor Ja. C. Dafalmnn started his
career as a cowboy, and is at present
Mayor of Omaha, and has the follow
ing record. Sherii? of Dawes county.
Nebraska, three terms; Mayor of Chad
ron. two terms: Democratic National
Committeeman, eight years; Mayor of
Omaha, six years;, and in 1910 can
didate for Governor of Nebraska.
Writing to Foley and Co., Chicago, he
says : 4 I have taken Foley Kidney Pills
and they have given me a great deal
relief so I heartily recommend them. "
(signed) James C. Dahlman.
For sale by all Druggists.
All Japanese barracks haTe gymna
siums, and the Japanese soldiers rank
among the best gymnasts in the world.
In half a minute they can scale a
fourteen foot wall by climbing on each
other's shoulders, one man supporting
two or three others.
Dr. L. P. Carstensen, veterinarian.
Dr. Vallier, Osteopath. Barber Block
Dr. W. H. Slater, veterinary. Both
West 13th Street,
Mr. T. F. Askew of Council Bluffs,
was a Columbus visitor Sunday.
Wanted roomers and boarders.
Inquire 315 West Nineteenth street.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ernst of Dun
can were Columbus callers Saturday.
Mrs. Mable Swift, public stenogra
pher.. Room 1 State Bank Building.
Miss Anna Chris, of Schuyler, is
spendnig the week with Mrs. H. H.
Hair swiches and puffs
made by , ?a
Mrs. R. T.
Herrington, David City,
Miss Ruth Waterhouse, of Fremont,
speit the week-end with her sister.
Mrs. Phil Echols. j
Miss Theresa Gluck, of Omaha, ar
riv.nl Tuesday to spend the week with
Ms-. Lojise Warner.
Mrs. Frankfurt, of Omaha, arrived
Saturday evening to visit at the home
of her son H. D. Frankfurt.
Ralph E. Weaverling, of North
Bend, spent Sunday at the home of his
aunt Mrs. E. C. Worden.
For sale Well improved 160-acre
farm. Sandy loam. Cheap. Chas.
L. Dickey, State Bank Bldg.
Columbus Public Library 13th St.
between North and Olive Streets.
Hours 2 to 5:30 p. m. and 7 to 8:30
Heat your home with a Perfection Oil
Heater. Costs ten cents per day to
run. For sale by Johannes & Krum-Iand.
Mrs. H. Hashberger and daughter
Miss Myrtle, who had been visiting
relatives here for several days return
ed to their home in Schuyler Monday.
Mrs. Clarence Worden, of Ogallala,
who spent several days last week at
the home of E. C. Worden, left Sat
urday for Central City to visit with
her paretns, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Far
rand. Mrs. C. J. Scott returned home
luesuay evening from a brief visit
with relatives at Harvard. She was
accompanied home by her mother, Mrs.
I. Burdick,, who will spend the win
ter with her.
When you go into a place of busi
ness you naturally like to have your
sourroundings apear neat and clean.
The Royal Pool Hal I has recently been
renovated and cleaned throughout, and
in addition. Manager C. Shannon has
placed a two-chair barber shop in
connection which are presided over ex
The Nebraska association of black
smiths, wheel-wrights and horse-shoers
will hold their next state convention
in Columbus, in October of next year.
At the convention of last year, which
was held at Grand Island, A. C. Boone,
the local representative made a hard
fight to land the 1911 convention, but
finally it went to Omaha with the un
dersanding that it should be brought
here in 1912. The blacksmiths have
kept their part of the agreement and
will meet here next year.
Do You Want to Get Slender?
A food specialist said of dieting:
"The simplest, easiest and most effica- g
clous diet to bring down the weight is . V
the one dish diet- At no meal, that is,
should more than one dish be eaten, arm
The dish may be what you will Irish
stew, macaroni and cheese, roast beef,
vegetable soup, bacon and eggs bat
no courses are to precede or follow it
You may eat as much as you choose
of the dish, and yet, for all that, you
will lose weight steadily. It's the va-
rietv of dishes the ovsters. sonn. fish.
turkey, mince pie. Ice cream it's the J X
variety of dishes, creating an arti
ficial appetite when the body has real
ly had all it requires, that causes cor
pulence. If we confine ourselves to one
dish we know when we've had enough
we don't know otherwise and the
result Is that we soon drop down to
the slimness natural to children, ani
mals and temperate and healthy men
and women." Kansas City Star.
A Miracle Under Orders.
In "The Glory of the Shia World."
translated from a Persian manuscript,
is a story that will interest Christian
"Nadir, builder of the 'golden porch
of Nadir. in the sacred city of Mesh
ed, was a world conqueror and a lord '
of perception, albeit crueL Of his
power of perception they relate that
one day when he entered the sacred
shrine he saw a blind man invoking
the aid of the imam, and upon inquiry
he learned that he Toad been there for
several months. The great monarch
asked him why his faith was so weak
that his sight had not been restored
and swore that if on his return he
found him still blind he would cut off
his head. The wretched man prayed
so fervently and fixed his mind so in
tently on the imam that within a few
minutes his sight was restored."
From childhood Louis XV.. French
monarch, used powder upon his wig
and made it completely white, which
custom was imitated by his courtiers.
Thta practice continued until the
reign of terror, when wigs and pow
ier disajDoeared together from France.
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Do you not feel a glow of comfort when you
think of the old home of your childhood where for
years you met with father, mother, brother and
One cannot have a home that casts such a
benediction over the life of his children unless he
owns it The renter is like driftwood tossed about
from place to place and never knows how long he
will be permitted to remain where he is. When a
man owns his home there is something to live for.
Every tree he plants and every nail he drives is a
joy to him.
The great struggle of today is for better homes.
Whether you are in the east, in the central states,
or in the west, you will find men earnestly search
ing the maps for the location of certain sections of
the country that have been recommended to them
as favorably for improving their present conditions.
The passenger trains are crowded almost every
month of the year with persons who are going
somewhere in search of homes. Considering the
cost of good land in the eastern and central states
it is not surprising that so many are seeking the
west, where the chances of prosperity are many
times better than they are in the said eastern and
central states. Among all the localities that are
now open for investment there is none that sur
passes western Nebraska. Land can be bought at
such prices that one crop will pay several times the
The population is at present very scarce. It,
however, is rapidly increasing. Not only is the
deeded land becoming more thickly settled, but the
government lands have all been taken up and con
tain thriving and prosperous farmers and stock
There is No Time Like the Present
Now then, since the climate is good, soil pro
ducive, crops remunerative, rainfall abundant, water
pure, and land values certain to rise, why not buy
now? You have probably thought many times that
yon would go out and buy as soon as you could get
away, but you have put it off time and again until
you have practically forgotten about it Did you
ever stop to think that the man who acts quickly
gets his profit from fellows who wait awhile? We
have made scores of sales to men this year whom
we asked last year to come out and buy for far less
money. We will make scores of sales this coming
year to men who could come and buy now for far
less money than the will pay when they do come,
simply because now is the time to buy.
We Have Several Special Bargains
Cheyenne County, Nebraska
We are making trips each week and on each trip
we sell land. We would not sell this land if it did not
fulfill the promises that we make for it We know we
have the values and we know our prices are right
Come in and talk it over, anyway.
Karr & Newlon Co.
Office in the Old Fitzpatrick Building
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