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Commoner Concludes Campagin
Trip With Meeting in
Capital City.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, Nev 6. (Special Tele
gram.) Closing the campaign for the
dry cause and in behalf of a part of
the democratic ticket, William' J.
Bryan finished a strenuous day of
speaking in different portions of Lan
caster county this evening, when a
crowd which filled the city auditorium
gave the Commoner a wild reception
when he appeared on the platform.
Colonel Frank Eager before the ar
rival of Mr. Bryan spoke in favor of
the proposed $800,000 bond issue for
eight paved roads running out of Lin
coln to the county line in all directions.
Total Value of Corn
Crop of State Over
Hundred Million
(From a .Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, Nov. 6. (Special.) The
total value of the corn crop of Ne
braska this year, occording to the re
port of Secretary Mellor of the State
Board of Agriculture, is $114,042,969,
estimating the price at 60 cents a
There was approximately 250,000
less acres this year than in 1915 and
38,000,000 less bushels, the yield this
year being given as 190,070,449. The
yield this was was an average of 28.2
bushels per acre as against 32.6 last
Still Too Early to Send
For New Year's Plates
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, Nov. 6. (Special.) Ap
plications for automobile numbers
will not be received by the secretary
of state for 19J7 until he has set some
day in the future, when it will be in
order to make application.
Work of sending out the 1916
licenses and plates ts still occupying
the time of the office force. The
mail this morning contained requests
for about 150 more. Until the de
mand for this year's plates has sub
sided the secretary of state will have
no time to attend to the next year's
Oil Inspection Fees
Larger Than Before
(From ft Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, Nov. 6. (Special.) Oil
inspection, fees for the month of
October were larger than in any
previous month in the history of the
department, the receipts being $12,
986.15. The department got busy in the
matter of drugs and patent medicines
which have not the proper standing
and 3,231 packages of drugs and pat
ent medicines were ordered off sale.
Gage Republicans
Hold Great Rally
Beatrice, Neb., Nov. 6. (Special
Telegram.) The republicans of Gage
county closed the campaign here to
night with a monster parade through
the streets of the city. Hundreds of
automobiles were in line, including
flambeau clubs, the Hughes club and
other republican organizations in the
city. Ten bands furnished the music,
and every precinct in Gage county
was represented in the parade.
Chamberlain's Tablets.
Chamberlain's Tablets are intended
especially for stomach troubles, bil
iousness and constipation, and have
met with much success in the
treatment of those diseases. People
who have suffered for years with
stomach trouble and have been un
able to obtain any permanent relief
have been completely cured by the
use of these tablets. Chamberlain's
Tablets are also of great value for
biliousness. Chronic constipation may
be permanently cured by taking
Chamberlain's Tablets and observing
the plain printed directions with each
bottle. Advertisement.
There Was Nothing So Good for
Congestion and Colds
as Mustard
But the old-fashioned mustard-plaster
burned and blistered while it acted. You
can now get the relief and help that
mustard plasters gave, without the plas
ter and without the blister.
' Musterole does it It is a clean,
white ointment, made with oil of
mustard. It is scientifically prepared,
so that it works wonders, and yet
does not blister the tenderest skin.
' Just massage Musterole in with the
finger tips gently. See how quickly
it, brings relief how; speedily the
pain disappears.
Use Musterole for sore throat, bron
chitis, tonsilitis, croup, stiff neck,
asthma, neuralgia, headache, conges
tion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago,
pains and aches of back or joints,
sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chil
blains, frosted feet, colds of the chest
(it often prevents pneumonia).
25c and 50c jars, hospital size, $2.50.
Writ today, I will tell you, free of charge,
of a itmpl horn treatment for asthma
which eared me after physicians and change
of climate failed. I am so grateful for my
'resent good health, after years of suff er
ne;, that I want everyone to know of this
wonderful treatment. H rs. Nellie Evans,
K-t, Dm Moines, Iowa. Ad?.
Sloan Finishes
Campaign With
Rally at Aurora
Aurora, Neb., Nov. 6. (Special.)
Congressman Charles H. Sloan fin
ished his campaign Saturday night
with a great rally at the opera house
in Aurora. The building was crowded
with men and women and his ad
dress of nearly two hours' duration
was listened to with great interest
and much enthusiasm.
Mr. Sloan delivered five addresses
in Hamilton county Saturday. At
Phillips, Gilther, Stockham and
Hampton, large crowds of voters lis
tened to the congressman.
Mr. Sloan declared that it was con
gress and not the president that has
kept us out of war with European
"Congress restained the hand of
the president in his dealings with Eu
rope," he said, "and we have at all
times been at peace with the nations
across the water. Congress gave free
hand to the president at Vera Cruz
and we have ever since been at war
with Mexico. The president's own
judge advocate general has just re
cently decided that we are now at
war with Mexico. The democrats
cannot get by the American people
with the slogan, 'He has kept us out
of war.' The American people have
analyzed that slogan and they know
it is not the truth."
Northwest Nebraska
Teachers Talk Shop
Rushville, Neb., Nov. 6. (Special.)
The annual meeting of the North
west Nebraska Teachers' association
was held here, commencing Friday
morning and conluding Saturday.
Prof. Bradford of the State Agricul
tural college, gave his ilustrated lec-
o ,,'Xog am io Xjoig auj,,, wnj
large audience Friday night in the
Gurley Opera House. The Saturday
session was brought to a most appro
priate and successful close by an
elegantly arranged banquet to the
teachers, given by the Mothers' club.
A short program of music was fol
lowed by an address from State
Superintendent A. O. Thomas, who
spoke of the present and future great
ness of county and state, outlining
the program of educational re-organization'
which in time is to give every
boy and girl in the county the advan
tages of a High school education.
Lincoln Democrats
Give Up on Hitchcock
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 6 (Special.)
Democrats in Lincoln have given up
hopes of electing Hitchcock and
Neville and now have turned their at
tention to the head of the ticket. ,
"Bryan's visit to the state has
caused defeat of both Hitchcock and
Neville," said a prominent democrat
New Hotel for Superior.
Superior, Neb., Nov. 6. (Special
Telegram.) A project is on foot to
give Superior a new $50,000 hotel.
At a meeting of the Commercial club
Saturday night, L. L. Driggs of New
York City, made an offer .of $20,000
towards a new hotel if Superior par
ties will raise the balance. .$10,000
was subscribed in the1 meeting and
a committee named to raise the bal
ance. J. H. Agee is chairman of the
committee, which expects to have the
soliciting for stock finished in a few
Bee Want Ads Produce Results.
Kennedy, in Pulpit
At Lincoln, Speaks
Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 5. (Sepecial
Telegram.) At the St. Paul's Metho
dist church tonight the theme was
"Nebraska's Going Dry." John L.
Kennedy of Omaha, republican candi
date for United States senator, oc
cupied the pulpit at the invitation of
Rev. T. W. Jeffrey, the local pastor,
and spoke at considerable length on
the change of conditions accompany
ing the advance of the world in en
lightment and the reaction which this
change bears to the present great
moral question of whether the state
shall favor the dry amendment to
the constitution at the polls next
Johnson Republicans
Hold Great Rally
Tecumseh, Neb., Nov. 6. (Special
Telegram.) The republicans closed
the campaign in Johnson county to
day by a speaking tour to the several
towns. Elmer J. Burkett of Lincoln
was the speaker, and he was intro
duced by Judge S. P. Davidson of Te
cumseh. Rouoing meetings were held
at Elk Creek, Cook, Sterling and Crab
Orchard, and Graff and Vest were
also visited. The day closed with a
big night meeting at the court house
in Tecumseh, the music being by the
Tecumseh military band.
Mr. Burkett was at his best and de
livered some powerful addresses to
day, particularly the closing attempt.
Senator Norris Makes
Address at Lexington
Lexington, Nov. 5. (Special.)
United States Senator George W.
Norris, addressed the largest politi
cal gathering of any political speaker
this season in Aublc's hall Friday
night. The closest attention was paid
to him by the hearers,, while he
showed the fallacies of free trade as
put out by the democrats. He also
answered the questions as to what he
would have done on the war matter,
and escpccially so on the Mexican
trouble, to the satisfaction of the
people that heard him. He likened
the democrats in congress to a foot
ball team, that when the signal was
given by President Wilson, they
moved as he said. The people that
heard him were more than satisfied
with the address.
Mr. Bryan Refers
To Defeat as Delegate
Crete, Ncb Nov. 6. (Special.)
W. J. Bryan addresed an audience of
nearly a thousand voters at the Sokol
theater Sunday evening, tinder the
auspices of the Crete Dry Federation.
i toward the close of his lecture, when
he pleaded for the democrats to free
i the party from the influence of the
liquor element, and come out for pro-"
hibition, for sooner or lated both par
tics would have to do so. He stated
that an evidence of the hatred of wet
democrats for him was shown when
their tool in this state refused to tell
the people that Wilson wished him
to be elected to the democratic con
vention, and he was defeated.
. Persistence Is the Cardinal Virtue
in Advertising.
Don't Stay
Tint your hair to the shade desired with
"Brownatone." This new preparation is far
superior to any mixture that contains henna,
sulphur, silver, lead or similar preparations.
There is no danger of an itching or poison
ed acalp when you use "Brownatone, for
this simple preparation positively contains
no lead, mercury, silver, sulphur, sine, ani
line, coal-tar products or their derivatives.
You just brush or comb it into the hair and
presto I your gray hairs instantly disappear
your hair is a beautiful and uniform color
throughout the ends are as dark as the
balance and you have any shade desired
from a light brown to a black. Just a mom
ent' "touchlngup" once a month and no
one can ever detect it.
No rubbing, or washing off no fading.
Prepared in two shades one to produce
golden or medium brown, the other, dark
brown or black. Two sixes 26 cents and f 1.
We will send absolutely free, for a short
time only, a sample bottle of "Brownatone"
if you will send us your name and address
accompanied by 10c to help pay postage and
packing. No samples at dealers. This offer
is made for you to try 'Brownatone" Hair
Stain, and find for yourself just how superior
it is to all ao called "dyes,'1 combs, ete. The
Kenton Pharmacal Co., 829 Pike Street, Cov
ington, Ky.
Sold and guaranteed in Omaha by Sherman
ft McDonnell Drug Co. and other leading
Use Zemo for Eczema
Never mind how often you have tried
and failed, you can stop burning, itching
eczema quickly by applying : little zemo
furnished by any druggist for 25c. Ex
tra large bottle, $1.00. Healing begins
the moment zemo is applied. In a short
time usually every trace of eczema, tet
ter, pimples, rash, black heads and sim
ilar skin diseases will be removed.
For clearing the skin and making it
vigorously healthy, always use zemo, the
penetrating, antiseptic liquid. It is not a
greasy salve and it does not stain. When
others fail it is the one dependable treat
ment for skin troubles of all kinds.
The B. W. Rose Co., Cleveland, Q.
Winter Tourist Fares
Via Rock Island Lines
Jacksonville, Fla., and return ....$54.56
Lake City, Fla., and return $54.56
Tallahassee, Fla., and return $54.56
St. Augustine, Fla., and return $56.86
Palm Beach, Fla., and return $73.06
Tampa, Fla., and return $66.16
Key West, Fla., and return $87.66
Savannah, Ga., and return $54.56
Mobile, Ala., and return $44.31
New Orleans, La., and return $44.31
Pensacola, Fla., and return $46.91
Thomasville, Ga., and return $54.56
Augusta, Ga., and return $52.77
Aiken, S. C, and return $53.67
Charleston, S. C, and return '...$54.56
Columbia, S. C, and return $53.67
Jackson, Miss., and return $38.90
Meridian, Miss., and return $38.90
Havana, Cuba, and return, via Key West, or Tampa and
steamer $94.80
Havana, Cuba, and return, via New Orleans and
steamer $92.15
Jacksonville, Fla., and return, via Washington and rail,
or via Baltimore and steamer; same route both di
rections , . . . . $74.40
Jacksonville, Fla., and return, via New Orleans in one
direction, direct routes in opposite direction ...$65.56
Jacksonville, Fla., and return, in one direction via direct
routes; in opposite direction via Washington, D. C,
and rail, or Baltimore and steamer . . $63.76
Havana, Cuba, and return, one way via New Orleans.
Jacksonville and Key West, or Port Tampa and
steamer; other way via Jacksonville, thence direct
routes $111.80
Havana, Cuba, and return, one way via Washington and
rail, or Baltimore and steamer to Jacksonvilla,
thence Key West or Port Tampa and steamer; other
way via Jacksonville, thence direct routes $126.50
Tickets on Sale Daily, with Long Limits and Very
Liberal Stopover.
Automatic Block Signals
Finest Modern All-Steel Equipment
Superb Dining Car Service
Chicago-Nebraska Limited at 6:03 P. M., Daily
Tickets, reservations and informa
tion at Rock Island office. Phone,
write or call
J. S. McNALLY, D. P. A.
Fourteenth and Farnam Sts.
Phone Douglas 428.
The Telephone
For You to
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In Every
thing You
5,000 Pieces Johnson Bros. English
Values Up to $1.50
on Each Piece
To Close Out Here
on Tuesday
H Each
think of buying Dinnerware now, right before Thanksgiving, at a price that
simply seems impossible. 10c for a fine piece of English Dinnerware is so
low that it is almost unbelievable while we have hundreds of pieces the
demand will be so great that you had beter shop early.
If this was very ordinary ware, it would still be a wonderful little price
but when we say Johnson Brothers, we mean the best to be obtained in
its class. , , .
Excellent white and gold design, finished with fancy scroll work,
with the real French china effects.
Included in this sale are :
Large Covered Dishes
Large Platters
Large Vegetable Dishes
Water Pitchers
Bakers ' ,
Sugar and Creamers
Cups and Saucers
And Plates of All Sizes.
In fact, almost everything
made of Porcelain for a com
plete Dinner Service.
How Many Women Can Afford to Miss This Sale-"
Elect to come here on Election Daybright and early
.i ,-. ' China Department, Main Floor. i '.;?!.'jUt 'i ' '
See The
Yellowstone Park
Scenic Reproduction
On View Here on the Third
Floor All Week.
With wonderful fidelity,
the marvelous region of the
Yellowstone National Park
has been reproduced in min
iature from the spouting
geysers to the glorious col
ors of the canyon and the
play of sunrise, storm and .
sunset A giant searchlight
sweeping the scene from the
top of Old Faithful Inn, and
the arrival and departure of
the Stage Coaches add a life
like air to the exceedingly in- '
tcresting reproduction.
Children and grown-ups are
cordially invited.
Lectures ' will be given
each , day this week,
from 10:30 to 4:30.
Third Floor.
Lawyer, 784 Brands is The,
Manager Clay Roblnaon Co., Llva
Stock Commlaalon, Stock Yardi.
Cracor, 2209 Military Ave.
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Burns-Brlnker A Co., Investment
Broker, 449 Omaha Nat'l. Bank.
STOP voting blindly for men just because they
ask for the office.
LOOK only for Efficiency and Integrity in the
LISTEN to the recommendation of the citizens
for the School Ticket.
ELIZABETH J. I.INDRKY. Chairman Women's Committee.
THEN vote for these eight well-known men.
BEWARE of the man who asks to be put on the
school board.
II; pays no salary whatever.
Cut this out and take to the voting booth with you.
MATTHEW A. HALL, Chairman Men's Committee.
Manarer Guy C. Bsrton Estate, 7 Of
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Omaha National Bank Blag.
Prealdant Columbia Flro UnaanrrltOTa,
3ul Marokaota' National Bank.
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ERSRflET C. SOLOIWOM for County Treasjij