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Tlin BEE: OMAILV. WE DNESP A Y. NOVEMBER 2. 1f10.
DENIES TALK ABOUT SPEECH
Bryaa'i Remarks Sorely Disappoint
ing to Bhallenberger Men.
BHOUT AFTER HORSE 13 STOLEN
CnlraM CoitmIUi Menasjers Who
Other Candidate Prad Party
la Treaaarr ortaaje.
When Oovernor Boyd vetoed the maxi
mum frelsjht rste bill. he said, the dem
ocrats party woke up dead tlia neat morn
Inc and nmtlnM a corpse for twenty
yaara It will ba the same, he declared.
If Dahlman is elected and vetoes a county
Speaking of rehlmena oft-repeated
statement that "Bryan and Met got badly
trimmed at the democratic state conven
tion." Mr. Metcalfe said that Uiey a a
ret badly trimmed in ranu isiana. nui
ha entertained serious doubts about the
trimming bains; administered by a demo
cratic convention. It looked to me. ne.
said, "mora Uke a bartender s reunion.
(From a Btaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Nov. 1 (Bpeclal.) Opinions
differ as to what effect the Mryan speech
last night will have on the campaign, and
many persons who were present are dis
Some democrats who were lukewarm to
ward Mayor Dahlman, though opposing
county option, were outspoken this morn
Ins; In favor of tha mayor and against Mr.
Many republicans believe tha effect of
tha speech will be to line up the dry vote
In Lancaster county more effectively than
It would have been possible for the com
mittees to have done It
Bhallenberger demoorats feel rather put
rut at tha spaecb and thslr objection to It
Is that It should have been delivered In
Lincoln before the primary. They say had
air. Bryan made that speech and de
Bounced Dahlman before the August elec
tion then Oovernor Bhallenberger would
have been the democratic nominee. Feel
Ins; that way toward Mr. Bryan, they seera
to feel more kindly toward Dahlman.
Dry republicans appreciate the help the
speech will do Henator Aldrlch, but they
are not pleased with Mr. Bryan's discus
sion of national Issues nor his endorsement
of tha partner of a defaulting; state trees
urer for I'nlted Stales aerator, simply be
cause ha Is a democrat.
Mr. Bryan's Inconsistency hns also been
(onerous toplo of conversation during
tha day. He urged the point that the dem
ocratic party wsa oloser to the people than
the republloan party and that It has more
confidence In the people than has the re
publican party, and for that reason he said
tha demoaratlo party had urged for years
tha popular election of United States sen
ators, and tha Nebraska democratic lenls
lature enacted the Oregon law of electing
"The primary election law," said a demo
crat In discussing that portion of his
speech, "brought the selection of nominees
closs to the people as close as It could in
brought. I'nder that law, advocated by
Mr. Hran to bring elections closer to the
people, Mayor Hahlman was nominated by
the democratic party. The people selected
Mr. Dahlman. If Mr. Bryan believes In the
people why does he bolt the nominee of hi
The Immense crowd which heard Mr.
i Bryan discuss tne "Icsuch of the day" ex
pented to hear him dufeml county option
and in this his heaters were disappointed
and many have so expressed themselves
I'ralses Ills K.iiemles.
Mr. Bryan suld the Grand Island deiriO
cratlo convention Mas managed by a gang
of biewer ami their agents and then he
endorsed Mr. Hitchcock. The senatorial
nominee was the man who proposed the
resolution which gauged the presidential
candidate at the convention. If the brewers
managed the convention these democrats
are saying they certainly operated through
' Democrats arc also pointing out that
when Mr. lit an mui (he convention had
voted down a motion to denounce county
option by such an overwhelming majority
he Is tailing only half the truth, for by
practically the same vote his motion to en
dorse county option was defeated.
While the republican, were not well
pleased with Mr. Bryan's talk on national
Issues and his endorsement of Hitchcock
they fell very kindly for his repudiation
of Dahlman. They believe the BPeech will
line up the populists and the dry vote
. throughout the. stute In favor of Senator
Aldrlch, and they doubt that hia endorse
ment of Hitchcock will have much, If any,
effuct. for they believe that tha people
will not stund for a man who borrowed
state money and refused to pay It back
because hartley permitted tha debt to out
law while he was In the penitentiary.
At llarelock Outlines Attltafle 10
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Neb.. Nov. 1 (Special.) At a
big republican rally held at Havel oca to
night O. I f . Aldrich answered a few of the
many stories that have been set aTloat
against him by his opponents.
It Is being clroulated around the state
that Mr. Aldrlch had said the railroads say
tliat If freight rates are reduced then the
wages of the railway employe must be
reduced. Mr. Aldilch Is quoted as nsving
aid: "That Is all right, the railway em
ployes are paid too much In comparison
with other labor.
Mr. Aldrlch nslled that story as being
absolutely untrue and circulated to injure
him with the railroad employes.
He denounced as mallolouHly untrue the
statement attributed to him that lie is op
posed to employe of railroad receiving
passes unless they have: worked for three
years and then the employes only should
Another story being circulated was mat
Senator Aldrlch had said whin he wanted
to talk to railroad people he would, talk
to the officials and not the employes that
be cared nothing for the employes.
This statement, like the others, he de
nounced as being absolutely false.
Senator Burkeit and Will Hayward were
tho other speakers and local candidates oc
cupied seats upon the platform. The mwl-
was well attended and the mem-
of the Tnlon Veterans' Itepubllcan
went out on a special car In a body.
HI.MA TALKS 1 HOW ABU
u .1 is- 11. Thomuaoa Make
dresses at MO Pnnl.
9T. PAUL, Neb., Nov. 1. (Special.)
Mavor ".rim" Dahlman campaigned In
Howard county yesterday mid closed the now
MULLEN AND JliNBIN CLASH
Latter Says Mortensen's Name Shall
Go on Ballot.
MAILS LETTER TO COUNTY CLERKS
Jankln Declares Forater Attorney
Ursersl Declared Candidate's
5 a me Could Properly Go
oa Ike Ticket.
Show All the Cleverest New Styles in
day with a big meeting at tne co.M
house last night. A bis crowd was hut
Composed both or partisans on the liq
uor question and of curiosity seeker.
Mr. Dahlman took the position that there
s no Issue and no platform In this cam
paign except liquor, and he asserted that
county option Is prohibition, and prohibi
tion Is a. failure. The leading subject of
his talk was the excellence vf his own
oflclal record, how he hns held office
after office, and In every instance sur
rendered back to the'people his commis
sion "without a spot 01 stain."
H annealed to the Shallonoerger uem-
ocrats present to come over and vote for
lin, but said nothing to tne popunsis.
ho ate tha big disgruntled element in
W H Thompson of Grand Island eioeeu
the meeting with a liner nui eioqurnv
MARTIN SPEAKS AT SIDNEY
From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Neb., Nov. L-Speclal.)-8eo-retary
of State Junkln and Arthur Mullen,
brand-new attorney general, have had
their first clash, and It came over the
first opinion of the new attorney general.
He said the name of Mr. Mortensen should
not go on the ballot aa a candidate for
railway commissioner to fill a vacancy.
Mr. Junkin says the name shall go on the
ballot. Bo today he lent the following let
ter to the county clerks:
I have been Informed that Mr. Arthur
Million, the recently appointed attorney
general, has given a decision to a county
attorney, who. In turn, was asked by a
county clerk, as to whether he should place
the name of I'eter Mortensen, as a candi
date by petl4lon for railway commissioner,
to fill vacancy, on the general election bal
lot, and In thut decision Mr. Mullen holds
that the name of Mr. Mortensen should
not appanr on the general election ballot.
I took this matter up with that depart
ment before Mr. Mullen became the head,
and In an unwritten opinion was Informed
that It would be perfectly legal to have
Mr. Mortensen's name appear upon the
ticket, as the law on this matter Is some
what ambiguous, and In case there were
objections raised It could be tested out In
the courts and settled, not onlv In this
case, but In any similar case that might
arise In the future.
I sttll Insist that Mr. Mortensen's name
shall be placed on the general election bal
lot as a rnnd'date for railway commis
sioner to fill vacancy by petition, and It
Is not a question whether Mr. Mullen is
rls-ht or I am right, but a matter for the
courts to decide.
, ,)lore Jobs for Governor.
By the appointment of Arthur Mullen as
attorney general. Oovernor Bhallenberger
secures conrtol of two state boards, the
board of health and the board of Irriga
tion, and thus he has the power to pro
vide Jobs for more Jobless democrats. The
state board of health, which Is composed
of the governor, attorney general and
state superintendent, has the power to
name the state- health Inspector, a place
held by Dr. W. H. Wilson, a repub-
Depatjr Attorney l.enerai
dress to Urr Aadtence
Hnsaee Speaks Also.
BlDNkir, Neb., Nov. 1. (Special Tele
gram.) Grant Martin, deputy attorney gen
eral, spoke to a. large audience here last
nlaht at the court house. He defined his
position on county option and said he fa
vored the plank in the republican platform,
as It represented the personal liberty the
neoule of Nebraska are seeking. Also he
referred to the duties of the attorney gen
eral and details of the office. He claimed
that under republican rule Nebraska has
been one of the must prosperous states In
the union and urged his hearers to support
the entire state ticket.
B. K. Bushes, candidate for state repre
sentative, also delivered an address upon
the Issues of the day and his remarks ellc
lted frequent outbursts of applause. Dr.
Lincoln 1. Simon presided.
BHAV Ttl.hK AT HHOKEX BOW
cores Daklinnn and Koaats Brewery
BROKEN BOW, Neb.. Nov. 1. (Rpeoial
Telegram.) W. J. Bryan made two ad
dresses here today, one before the schools
In the forenoon along educational lines
and the other this afternoon before an au
dlence that crowded the opera house to the
Mr. Bryan started out by paying
tribute to Custer county on Its county
option tendencies. He said the democrats
were now learning what they should have
learned !at summer that It does not pay
. to catur to the liquor Interests. He fa
ored six democratic congressmen, extolle
the merits of Air. Taylor and condemned
Congressman Klnkatd's methods. Mr
Hitchcock was highly praised and endorsed
1 by Mr. Bryan for senator. He said It car
tain democrats would get out the party
would be stronger, although smaller I11
numbers, and explained tha difference be
. Sween a democrat and an aristocrat.
The free sliver Issue of fourteen year
ago was mentioned and he explained tha
high prices were caused by a correspond
Ing lucreane In gold. The election of sen
ators by direct vole also cams In for
bare of attention, as did the tariff, but
county option and the liquor Question were
paramount. He said he would neither
vote nor speak for Dahlman and that
Xahlman was one thousand times bigger
' than he is he could not stand against th
environment. Mr. Bryan closed a two-
hours' talk by declaring he would not al
low bis party to develop a caa
delirium tremens II be oould possibly pie
vent It. After tha address Mr. Bryan, ao
oompanled by Judge Dean, Marshall Kddy,
Boas Moore and others, departed for Merna
MBTCALFE TO AVROIU VOTERS
Llneoln Man Makes Address In 1st
AURORA, Neb.. Nov. L- Special.) To
n audience which completely filled the
opera house, Richard L. Metcalfe of lin
ooln, spoke In favor of county option and
gainst the eUction of Dahlman, here last
Answering Dahlman's statement that
eounty option Is not democratic, Mr. Met
oalfe declared that It Is demon ato In that
It Is In direct line with the domestic doc
trine, ' let the people rule."
Mr. Mst'aife appealed to the democrats
to save the reputation vf the democratic
party by defeating the personal liberty
candidate for governor. He oallsd at
tention to the fact that tha democratic
party should not assume the responsibility
of electing a man who declares openly
and In advance of election that he will
veto 4 measure which If passed will bo
the will of the people as expressed by
their vole upon legislative candidates.
Ilcan. This office also has a stenographer.
The hoard of Irrigation Is composed of the
attorney general, the governor and the
and commissioner. The secretary to this
board, however. Is a democrat. There
s no Intimation, however, that the new
attorney general will IriBlst upon making
any changes In any of the Dlaees tinder
the control of these two boards.
Complaint turalnst Telephone Co.
The Bradshaw Telephone company has
filed a complaint with the State Railway
commission against the Nebraska Tele
phone company, charging that company
with violating the law In that It Is furnlah-
ng free telephones to a number of persons
n the Bradshaw territory.
Mow Guardsmen In Trouble.
Adjutant (ieneral Hartlgan added two
more guardsmen to the number to be
tried by courtmartial this morning. The
newest recruits arc: Verne Barocb. and
Byron Ptowell, both of Company G, First
regiment, located at Qeneva. The former
Is charged with being absent without leave
and the latter with disobedience of orders
and disorderly conduct.
GEORGE HARRIS MEETS DEATH
Waaon Huns Over Illra, Instantly
BrraklueT His Neck, nt
BEATRICE, Neb., Nov. l.-lBpeclal Tel
aarain.) George Harris wus killed at
Cortland, twenty miles north of here, this
morning. He was In the employ of Joeepl
Uonebright. liveryman at that place, and
had Just finished loading a wagon with
sample trunks at the rear of the Peo
pie's Department store. As he went to
get on the wagon the team started to run
away and Harris felt back, striking hi
head on the edge of the platform. One
of the wheels of the wagon passed over
him, breaking his neck and causing al
most Instant death. Harris was M years
of age and uninarrier. He formerly re
sided In this city. IBs father lives In
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LONG BROADCLOTH COATS
Both the ultra stylish plain tailored
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Made in handsome color
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NEW AUTO and STREET COATS
In the heavy Folo cloth, plaid backs,
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NEW VELOUR COATS
The velour coats will bo moro popu
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Brandeis assemblage includes
everything that is strictly correct.
New plain and fancy trimmed ve-
NEW CARACUL COATS
In the pretty silky finished fur ef
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Three Horses Ituleu.
BEATRICE. Neb., Oct. . Speolal Tele
gram.) Thieves last night entered the pas
ture of B. K. Penner, living Just over the
Gage county line In Jefferson county, and
stole three; head of horses.
HEALTH OF OMAHA IMPROVE
Monthly Report Showi Tallin.- Off
VERY LITTLE DIPHTHERIA KOW
It r port
horns that There Is a
Bettrrlnu; nf Conditions
the City Uurlnsi the
Month of October.
The monthly report of the health com
missioner shows that contagious diseases
are decreasing In Omaha. October Is or
dinarily a very bad month for diphtheria,
and last year there were 171 rases In the
month, but tills year there were only nine
teen cases. Of typhoid fever there were
fourteen cases from October 15 to Novem
ber 1, but nine of them came before Octo
ber 10, which would indicate bettering con
ditions. There were fifteen cases of scar
let fever, which Is about the normal mini
WRONG WOMAN GETS CREDIT
FOR WINNING AUTO RACE
Itayner, New lork Traveling
Man, Tskn Carbolic Aela.
CEDAR RAP1P8, Neb., Nov. 1 J. R.
Rayner. a traveling man of New York, was
found dead In his room In a hotel here to
day. He had taken carbolic aold.
Kunsas Roosters on Tonr.
BKAT1UCK, Neb. Nov. l.-8pe.ial Tel
egram.) Fifteen autos carrying members
of tha Marysvllle, Kan., Commercial club
and their wives passed through Beatrice
today for a run to Lincoln. The psrty
will return home tomorrow.
Mra. Clara Colby Ss for Alimony.
BEATRICES, Neb., Nov. 1. (Special.) L.
W. Colby, formerly adjutant general of this
state, was mde defendant In a suit he
gun yesterday In the district court by
Mrs. Clara Bewick Colby to pay her ali
mony long past due. She holds six notes
of tf(M each, executed and delivered by
Colby to the M lion Trust company, as
trustee for Mrs. Colby at the t'me the
divorce decree was granted her in March.
i;iO. The Interest due upon each note
amounts to S13! W. or a total of 3. and
It Is for this sum that Mrs. Colby Is ask
Ing judgment. Mrs. Colby Is now located
In fieattle. Wash.
Vrsaer tiranta Pardons and Paroles.
P1KHHE, H. !., Nov. 1. (Special.) Oov
ernor Vessey, on the recommendation of
the Mate Pardon board, granted executive
clemency to ICd A. Ualley, sent up from
Codtngtoa county on a charge of burglary.
He also graated a pardon to V. 1). Blanch
ard, sent front Marshall county on a charge
of embetxlement. He granted paroles to
Charles K. Titus, sent from Jerauld county
on a chsrge of forgery; to J. K. Poiter,
sent from Meade county on a like charge,
and to H. B. Sweltser, who ass serving a
sentence on a grand larceny charge.
Nebraska Scwi Antes.
NEBRASKA CITY J. 1 .TackK.n lo.nd.
lord of the Watson hotel, has sold out to
11. Thelman. of Watnon. Mo., who has
taken charue ami Mr. Jackson will remain
with him for a time.
HRATRICK The three head of horses
stolen Sjnday night from 8. D. I'eneer,
living went of tills city, were recovered
Momtay after a poe had been organ
ized to pursue the thieves.
K EARN 12 Y- Richard F. Koukola and
MIms Csriie Van UeWerker. well known
among the younger set of Kearney, were
married here tjiiturday afternoon and
went to Omaha to spend a short honey
moon with relatives,
BKATRICE Frank Cumnock, organlxer
of the National Association of Retail
Merchants, addressed a mettlug ot the
merchants of this city lust night, and it
was decided to organize u loc al brunch
of the state federation of retail mer
chants. K BARNEY Fred Lake was accidentally
shot dundsy by Junius Oldham, a play
mate, while the boys were practicing with
a .-'S-talihie rifle near Wood River. The
bullet entered the thigh, but no arteries
were severed nor were there any bones
broken. The wound will not be fatal.
NEBRASKA CITY The Nebraska City
Gun club was tunned lxt evening by the
election of the following officers: Pres
ident. Kreu. riieinian; vice president. R
E. James; secretary and manager, F. C
Nicholson: treanurer. Otto Jensen; di
rectors. H. B. Swolley, C. Oarrow, and
L. ). itonaus.
KKARN EY The United Brethren church
of this city wus dedU-Hted "ree of debt
tundav by Ulnhop YV. M. Weekly of
Kansas City. Itev. H. M. TruebliMid. f
eight years a paxtor of this church, took
part In the wervlces. This was the third
time he had witnessed the dedication of
a Kearney church.
in r.UriArsKA i t ry airs, wus Kune was
taken before the commissioners on In
sanity Monday evening and declared In
sane. 8he was taken to l.inculn fur con
finement. Phe wandered away from home
a short time since and wan oji In the
woods ror two days and nights and was
nearly dead when found.
f'KRU-llr. Frances Tui ker. who for
the hint eight years hns been a mlsalonary
to China, and who Is Just back from
there on a year's leave of absence Is
here visiting his former ('liiscmate. Rev.
". R. Welden. From here he goes to
Fnlls City where he will .loin Mrs. Tucker, !
who Is at the home of her parents. 1
KEARNEY Fire of unknown origin
Saturday afternoon destroyed a house,
burn and several other building lielong-
Ing to Gust Davidson of Axtell, five
miles south nf Kearney. Ths fire then
swept over the prairie, singeing a large
meadow and raring ai-mxa a hay field
burned up twenty-five tons of hay. More
than flftv men fought the flames.
NEBRASKA CITY Word was received
In tli. city yesterday of the death of
Mr. Herman Fees at Minneapolis. Minn.,
where she hss been for some time for
her health. Her death was sudi'en. Her
bodv will be brought to this city frr In
terment and will be nit-t at Council
Bluffs by a larse delegation of Klks. to
escort it to this city. She was 29
years of age and was born and reared In
this city, .She leaves u husband and two
BRAVER CITY-The buMdlng owned by
T. A. Hardin and occupied bv Fred Kohn.
,ir . : a rrsiaureiit was destroyed bv
fits Monday moaning. Only the front
wsll of the building remained standing.
The fire bnva did fine wrk and kept the
fire from spreading, although the Axtell
hnrduare More wan considerably datn
atnl bv fire outside, and water within.
Mr. Hardin and Mr. Kohn en. h had
Inscrame. but it If nulte a l"s in both
lisrtles. The or Kin of the 'he is un
PF.RI M ss Patti Mnthew. ho Inst
returned from a year's studv In Oermanv
and w io H o w ed V ii.vwn in edm-all-mal
ptreles. na united In marriage on Hun
dry October l to Mr Gusiave Weinke,
s' nodical nvsslnnsrv for the northw-st.
of tie German litht-ran church. The
wed llnsr took place St Hie historic old
stone rhin-h In the southern part of the
romitv. at the cloe of the (iHiia I Rundav
iinrn!M( service. T'v I n pastor of
the church of 'Iciatlna. After a short
we.MlilK tlin tne vo'ing collide will be
at home to their friends In Auburn
Reports Had It that Mrs. II.
HlodarPtt Won Should Be Mr
II. T. Ulodgett.
Because of a mistake In the use of
Initials, Mrs. II. II. Illodgett ha bean re
ceiving a generous amount of eongratula
tions for certain achievements as a fast
motorist, and Mrs. D. T, Blodgett to almost
a like degree has been deprived of the
well won laurels. A correct report ot
what happened at the Omaha Motor Speed
way Bunday Is that Mrs. D. T. and not
Mra H. H. Blodgett nosed out the women
racers and won by a spectacular finish.
DAHLMAN SUED ON OLD NOTE
Kxrcatlon Is Levied" Taesday Against
tne Property of the Mnyor Co
F.xecutlon against the property of James
C Dahlman, mayor of Omaha and demo
cratic candidate for governor of Nebraska,
was Issued In district court Tuesday to
satisfy a judgment for fl, 384.97 In favor of
J. O. Rompel.
The original suit waa en a note Dnr
$1,047.(6. given by II. P. Simmons and
Dahlman to the Floto Commission company
of South Omaha. December li, 1902. Rom
pel sued to collect tha note, which ha said
he hud purchased. Dahlman made re
slstance on the ground that in the firs
place the note had Deen given for no
value consideration. A jury found for the
plaintiff and judgment waa entered against
Dahlman In the amount fixed by the ver
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h Chicago. f.00 pm
v St. Louie. 11.20 pio
Ar Birmingham 4.30 poi
Ar Columbus. 9 40 pn
Ar Savannah 7.30 am
Ax Albany 1.16 am
Atlantic Coast Lint
Ar Jacksonville. 7.04 am
Atlantic Citi Lint Dsfty
Lv Jacksonville...... &40 m
Central if Qtrgia
Lv Albany 3 80 aia
Lv bavannah.,,.. A. 00 pre
Lv Coluaibua , 0.10 am
Lv Birmingham 11.45 ass
Ar St. Louis, 7.20 am
Ar Chicago- I.li am
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eleeping cars, free reclining chair car (steel construction throughout) and combination baggage
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an.I la-is a family a lmi( tliue. Take u
teaMpoouful every one. two or three hours.
You can feel this take hold of a rnu i
In a way thHt mean busine-s. llsi u
good tonic effect. hrtu't.'s ui tlie appetite
and Is stightlv laxative, too. which t
helDful. A handy reined y fur tioarsenaSH
broni hitis, am!. ma and all tin '.at and
Tlie effect of pine on the membrane-' 1
well known. 1'lrex is the most vainuhl"
coni-entraled i-ointiound of NorweKhut
white pine extract, anil Is rich in mral
rol and a'l the naturi.l healing; pine ele
ment. Otlier preparations will not work
In this furmulu.
Tli'S 1'itiex and Sunnr tyiup ret ipe hHi
sttalned sreat popularltv throuajhuut the
I'lillel Htnitt and I'aim.la. It haa ufl-n
been iii'itat'-l. tiiouah ne'er :-uc --h'h11v
A ituatantee of al""'l'ite atlslactioii
(r iiuiiihv promptly refiuided. Bum wlt.i
thla recipe. Voi.r druu.'lMt han I'iiiBK or
will et it for sou. If not. aeud to The
I'lnes 'o. Kl. Wayne. Ind. Adv.
Thursday is home day.
Waitdi the Bee for some
bargains in homes.
Dealers are selecting the best that they
have to offer.
et settled In your own home before cold wea'her sets '.a.
A few hundred dollars only Is ntwefsary to ft one of the niauy lioms
such, as are advertised for sale In XJiursdaj's Bee. The balance can be paid
monthly like rent. In a short time the honnj Is youra.
Better buy now, someone else Is i robahly looking for the house you want.
HIT llSiimii j Ml nil II Man ii mm ! I.I a I ' laHiii.innMi-i fc, a '
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