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TIEE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1912.
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We are demonstrating to smart business men that
KAWNEER store fronts are the best. When we say
"best" we mean best from every viewpoint of ap
pearance, service and economy. Don't think that
because KAWNEER fronts are best that the price
is high, nor do not try to save money by buying an
iinitation. There's none "just as good." The fol
lowing list of satisfied users is evidence of the merit
of KAWNEER. Write to any one of these firms
and then write for catalog.
CHAPIN BROS. .Lincoln, Neb.
MAYER BROS Lincoln. Neb.
GOLD & CO ...... Lincoln, Neb.
DR. E. B. FINNEY Lincoln, Neb.
RUDGE & GUENZEL'CO Lincoln, Neb.
FUNKE BUILDING . . Lincoln, Neb.
M. ACKERMAN CO Lincoln. Neb.
CONSERVATIVE INVESTMENT CO. Lincoln, Neb.
AMERICAN TRUST CO. . . . Lincoln, Neb.
FRANK LAHR '. . - Lincoln, Nob.
BUICK AUTO CO. . . . Lincoln, Neb.
LINCOLN COMMERCIAL CLUB ...Lincoln, Neb.
M. E. SIDLES AUTO CO Lincoln, Neb.
DAVID COHEN Lincoln, Neb.
VODERBURG BUILDING Lincoln, Neb.
VICTORIA ' HOTEL Lincoln, Neb.
WOOLWORTH BUILDING . . . , Lincoln, Neb.
BADER BROS. CO Fremont, Neb.
THAD QUINN ,.. , ....Fremont, Neb.
ROWE BUILDING ., Fremont, Neb.
HOTEL ANNEX . . ., Fremont, Neb.
WOOLWORTH TEKCENT STORE Fremont, Nebs
MARSHALL BROS. Fremont, Neb.
L. C. LARSON .Fremont, Neb.
KEENE BUILDING Fremont, Neb.
DAVID CULLEN Omaha, Neb.
UNITED CIGAR STORES .Omaha, Neb.
GATE CITY FURNTTURE CO Omaha, Neb.
JOHN H. HARTE-. . . . -. Omaha, Neb.
FRITZ HOEFER Aurora, Neb.
McKEE & HAKTQUEST . .' Aurora, Neb.
D. A. JOHNSON Aurora, Neb.
J. R1. DAVIDSON ; .Aurora, Neb.
A. E. PETERSON Aurora, Neb.
J. P. CHAPMAN Aurora, Neb.
BEGOLE & VARNSDALE Beatrice, Neb.
BERNSTEIN SHOE STORE ..Beatrice, Neb.
KILPARICK BUILDING Beatrice Neb.
GEO. HISE v Burwell, Neb.
W. C. JOHNS ... Burwewell, Neb.
JOHNSON-PEASE : CO Basin, Wyo.
R. R. "CROWE .., .V... Billings, Mont
J, L. JOHNSON, .V , .Bridgeport, Neb.
J. I. ZIMMERMAN ....Bridgeport, Neb.
MARK SPANOGLE' Bridegport, Neb.
R. W. BRADLEY & CO Cheyenne, Wyo.
L. H. ELLIS Cheyenne, Wyo.
CASS BROS. . . , Cheyenne, Wyo.
GEO. H. LaFLEUR ...Callaway, Neb.
WM. COLEMAN , Deer Lodge, Neb
C. L. GARRETT s Dunning, Neb.
M. T. SANDERS . Ewlng, Neb.
EARL NORCROSS : . : . . ... Filler Nh ,
. CHATWDOD .Franklin. Neb.
....... Fairmont, Neb.
."..Great Falls, Mont.
R. G. HALL & SON
J. 0. NESS ... . .
R'. E. SHEFFriR
C. C, HAMPTON .
W. H. INGALLS . .. .
H. M. THORNTON-,.
ROB'T L. NEELEY .
D. O. ONSTATT
MANSFIELD & CO.
. . . .IGering, Neb.
ot ou.! Gordon. Neb.
B. VAN CAMP ., t-,,
............ uu loiauu. INtJU.
M. L. DOLAN Grand l8land N
UNDERWOOD Gillette Wyo
ALY BR0S Gillette Wyo
n. t.1 .xvsjvi'x , . .
LA BRIE BUILDING . . .
P. W. YEAGER . . . .
Has tinea Noh
W. K. GRAVES Havelock Nh
BAKER PHARMACY . J
S. P. ROSENB AUM Harvard Mh
MRS. IDA JONES V.V 2 I"
W. A. LOCKWOOD HenX' vH"
DR. HENRY f' v k
ED. FURHER JJ2 ' J?"
H. F. WOERTH , eb-
D. J. SWEENEY ,7 ' ' HW.elIs' Neft-
v maut-n s "no ans, Idaho
mannix n,.,. .
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... .Kearney, Neb.
. .Lexington, Neb.
. . . . .Lander, Wyo.
North Platte, Neb.
" Ord, Neb.
.. HcaU 11. iv
GOLDEN EAGLE STORE .
A. E. GRANTHAM .......
GOLDEN RULE CO
; KRIEGER FURNITURE CO,
A. W. MILES . . .
M. M. BALDWIN
BROWER LUMBER CO.
M. KIETH NEVILLlS . .
MILFORD & SONS
H. H. GARMAN . .
C. E. W'ESTCOTT & SONS
H. M. COX .. .'.
O. L. MILLER
CHAS. N. DAVENPORT .
KELLOGG LUMBER CO '
SUPERIOR LUMBER CO
C E. DOOLEY
W. W. KENDALL
JUDGE J. N. PAUL
S. P. WAHLSTROM
L. J. FELKER
PRUCHA & SON . .
H. BINGER ....
T. P. HARGRAVe'.'." "
BEHLING CLOTHING CO
. JUM.BOi CO
W These are only a 'few of VhV many.
University Place, Neb.
Rock Springs, Wyo-
.........Rock Springs, wyo.
"" St Paul, Neb.
.. . .Wahoo, Neb.
. ..Weiser, Idaho
. . Holdrege, Neb.
and Paint Co.
Features of the Big State Fair Program
O Watching (he Aeroplane Sta2
Nebraska State Fair,
an Important Factor
in the Farm Life
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plant, band, riding devices, animal show,
etc., and claim to be adepts in pleasing
The present generation will not soon
forget the thrill caused by the "C. Q.
D." of "Jack" Binns, hero of the Ul
fated ocean liner Republic. This was
the first great demonstration of the use
fulness of wireless at sea when disaster
threatened hundreds of the ship's com
pany. The more recent catastrophe of
the Titanic again brought this fact Into
prominence(. The Carpathla would never
have readied the scene In time to rescue
the pitifully small number of those who
had sailed on the largest and most won
derful steamship then In existence. The
opportunity to view the workings of this
system has been largely limited to those
who have traveled on the ocean steam
ships or on those of the Great Lakes.
Through the enterprise, however, of two
young men who are experts in this sub
ject, an exhibition of the wireless tele
graph in actual operation will be given
at the state fair. So complete will be
this demonstration that it will be il
luminating ' even to thoso who have ob
served In slight degree the activities of
the wireless room aboard ship. There
the operator is engrossed with serious
business and even with the unfailing
courtesy of the members of the craft he
will not be able to enter Into a detailed
explanation and demonstration of tils
apparatus. The two young men who
will exhibit the wireless telegraph at the
state fair in this city, on the contrary,
will make it their pleasant task to go
Into the subject fully, and will explain
the many and interesting features of this
Upon the fair grounds will be located
both a sending and a receiving station.
At, the first Btation will be shown the
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Instruments by which the messages are
transmitted and the principles governing
their construction and operation will be
explained. Messages will be. sent to the
operator at the receiving station, and
visitors should they so desire, may dictate
brief communication for transmission,
copies of which will be presented ,to them
at station No. 2. There the receiving
apparatus will be shown and explained
and all will be given an opportunity to
listen to the wireless waves by means of
Individual head receivers.
The naval exhibit is always entertain
ing. The models of batteleshlps and
naval supplies are productive of keen In
tereet to a people so far removed from
the sea ooast
The fair will be all ready with every
exhibit In place by 8 o'clock Monday
morning, September t and people who
want to see the fair In all its freshness,
with the best chance for successful
aeroplane flights and a program the best
of any day for the entire week, will miss
It if they do not attend Monday. The
crowd of Monday last year Numbered
21,000. Can't we double it this year?
I' ATTRACTIVE !AHA!5S I
in Bew Fall Merchandise
Fpr State Fair Visitors
To the man, woman or child who comes to Lincoln to attend the state fair, this store offers
iw s a
to gather together your Fall and Winter Gar
ments. Send them to Higby at Lincoln and
have them thoroughly cleaned for use when
MEN'S SUITS .$1.25 to $1.50 j
LADIES' JACKET SUITS $2.00 UP
JACKETS $1.00 UP
DRESSES .......$1.50 UP
ALTERATIONS AND REPAIRING
WHEti YOB COEIE TO THE FAIR
Bring your clothes with you and
we will clean and have them ready
for you before you leave. Send for
our price list.
FORMERLY J. C. WOOD AHD COMPANY
one way on all packages shipped to
us regardless of amount.
1324 N, Street
them unspeakable bargains in the best merchandise obtainable.
while In Lincoln. You will find Just what you want in
Dry GOODS DEPARTMENT
Napkins to Match.
Make our store four headquarters
Hosiery. ' !:
Underwear for Men, Women and.
who have shown their appreciation of our store with Its exclusive
designs and latest things made in Jewelry and silverware and
to those not acquainted with us, we extend a cordial invitation to
visit our store when in the city.
Our entire stock of fancy silks, nothing excepted, including Cheney,
Foulards, Taffetas and Messallnes; In stripes, figures and checks.
worth up to fl.OO a yard; goes on sale at the closing RQA
Special Slsoount on All Othr Bilks.
Lincoln Kaw exclusive 1
.een AGENTS 3
Sress issis at Discount
We have Just received a new line of dress goods for fall and
winter, Including Serges, Panamas, Batistes and Fancy Suitings.
These goods are from 28 to 6( Inches wide and sell regularly at 16o
up to $2.60 a yard. It will pay you to come In our store and look
at these goods as they will save you money. For Fair Week we ,
will sell our entire stock of Dress Goods at a SPECIAL DISCOUNT.
$1.25 Hand Bags, 98c
Just received about two dozen hand bags, solid leather, with a com
plete outfit of mirror, purse, bill book and powder box; QO.
a very neat hand bag special price ww
Before you go home you will have something on your mind to
take honve. .What is there better to take home than a nice table
linen. As a special inducement, especially to out of town people
we will give these specials.
German Table Damask, 72 Inches wide, our regular 11.21 Q
value; at the yard OC
German Table Damask, 70 inches wide; our regular fl.00 TCli
value; special price, the yard 13 C
JUpkine to mate la either price.
Olankefs and Comforters
We show a complete stock of cotton blankets in full sixes from 69c
rto 8.50, wool blankets from $3.60 to 10.0T comforters from 11.00
to ti-00. You can make your selection more easily now, than later
as we have a variety of colors and patterss. During fair week our
entire stock of blankets and comforters will be sold at a Bveoial
It will pay you to patronize our shoe
store. Shoes of quality and style at pop
ular prices sold here.
You will be able to choose most any
shoe you desire from our big $25,000
Remember, shoes for men and women;
good honest school shoes for boys and
girls, and shoes for the little folks.
Make your headquarters here, while in
CLOAK ROOM INDUCEMENTS
State Fair visitors will find this de
partment well stocked with dependable,
newest materials at special cut prices.
Ali broken site lines and sample gar
ments of coats, suits, dresses, skirts and
waists will be on sale at big reductions.
Such saving opportunity is worthy of
Long Coats at H Frio Assortment of
broadcloth, serge and mixture coats
I1Z.S0 up to $2U.D0 values; choice,
at H Off
Eala and Anto Coats .Assorted mater
ials, 14-85 to $17.60 values; reduced
prices, at 17.60, S9.75, $4.85 and I2.SS
Suits Assorted materials and styles, in
dark asd light colors, $17.60 to $26.00
values; reduced prices,
at.... ,.812.80, $11.85, $9.75 and $7.50
1 lot of Pongee Silks and Light Colored
Surges, $7.6 to $12.60 values; choice
at i $3.95
1 large assortment of Messallnes and
Taffetas, $14.60 to $17.60 values, choice
8irts Several hundred to select from,
at. .$8.78, $6.98, $4.98, $348 and $3.98
Waists Cotton materials, $1.60 and
$1.26 values, choice 89o
Silks, $3.96 and $4.96 values,
at $3.98 and $1.98
We will pay express
charges on all pur
chases of $5.00 and
up for a distance of
917-921 O St.
Opposite City Hall
20 pieces of Apron
Ginghams, nice va
riety of colors; our
regular seller; spe
cial for Fair Week
SARTOR JEWELRY CO.
137-139 South 13th Street
If you have moving or storage of any kind to do in connection
with coming to or going from the State Fair, let as do your work.
In business since 1871, and our plant has grown from a one
horse dray to a complement of thrity-three wagons and teams, which
speaks volumes for the kind of work we do.
Piano Moving a Specialty Fire-Proof Storage
Carter Transfer and Storage Company
, Anto., B-1784.
Eighth and Q Street.
Is a iuieide
All His Llfo Gaining a For
tune But Forfeited Health
SANTA BARBARA, Cal.. August 21.
"I have been busy all my life massing a fortune, but I have lost my
health." This was the explanation given by John W. Kennedy, a millionare
from Des Moines, la., today Just before he fired a bullet Into his brain.
Kennedy had Just recently purchased a ranch and a few momenuts before
his death had instructed electricians about placing lights. Ha was 63
Good health is of more value than wealth. Did you ever reflect on
- the Joys, the success, the fulfillment of ambitions good health has given
youT Then contrast with this the misery, the pain, the utter failure
in all things that 111 health brings. - The difference Is almost Incompre
hensible, representing on the one hand ail the pleasure and happiness of
a life worth living while on the other, we see depicted the suffering and
care of a miserable existence. Men and women who have lost all vitality
and are clinging onto life with absolutely no hope for recovery go to
Drs. Stivers and Stivers, 1212 O street, Lincoln, Neb., and are soon taking
a new lease on life and go about their various occupations as living be
ings rather than the examples of living death.
Surely If we are choosers none would select the misery of 111 health,
and yet a great many of us are handicapped and suffering from ills that,
when treated by Doctors Stivers and Stivers, 1?1S O street, Lincoln, Neb.,
could be permanently and speedily banished. These specialists treat
curable cases of Asthma, Catarrh, Epilepsy, Goiter, Gall Stones (without
the use of the knife), Rheumatism, Stomach, Kidney, Liver, Bladder,
Frostrate Piles, Blood and Skin Diseases, and all Nervous and Chronto
Diseases of men and women.
The following is a sample of the many thousands of letters oa tils
in their institute;
MASON CITY. Nebi, $-19-12.
Dear Dr.: Mother is about out of her medicine again and would like
to have you send It soon as possible. She is gaining in weight since you
saw her. She weighs 107 lbs. now and has a good appetite. We are all
so well pleased to see her get along so nicely. Tours,
This lady had stomach, kidney and liver trouble for many years.
All Fair Week all Curable Cases Will Be
Treated Free Until Cared.
Consultation Free Examination.
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