The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19??, July 14, 1934, Page 2, Image 2

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    NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
In the County of Douglas County,
Nebraska
IN THE MATTER OF THE ES
TATE OF:
Samuel Houston, deceased
All persons interested in said es
tate are htTeby notified that a peti
tion has been filed in said Court
petition before said court on the 28th
day of July, 1934 and that if they
fail to appear at said Court on the
said 28th day of July. 1934 at 9 o'
clock A M-, to contest said petition
the Court may grant the same and
grant administration of said estate
to JOSEPH D- LEWIS, or some oth
er suitable person and proceed to a
settlement thereof.
BRYCE CRAWFORD, County Judge
begins 8—90—8t
__ i
Attorney Ray L. William*, Room,
PROBATE NOTICE
In th-.i matter of the Eetate of
Matilda Starnes deceased.
Notice is hereby Given: That the
creditors of said deceased will me 11
the administrator of said estate, bej
fore me. County Judge of Douglas
County, Nebraska, at the County ^
Court Room, in said County, on the
4th day of September 1934, and on
the 5th day of November 1934, at 9
o'clock A. M., each day, for the,
purpose of presenting their claims
for examination, adjustment and i
allowance Three months are allow
ed for the creditors to prese.it their
claims, from the 4th day of August!
1934.
BRYCE CRAWFORD. County Judge
begins 7—14—34 ex 7—20.34.
PROBATE NOTICE
Inthe matter of the estate of Norita
Love Robinson, deceased.
Notic is hereby given that the cred
itors of sair deceased wall meet the
administrator of said estate, before
me, County Judge of Douglas County.,
Nebraska, at the County Court Room.,
in said County, on the 4th day of;
September 1934 and on the 5th day i
of November 1934, at 9 o’clock A. M.
each day for th? purpose of presenting
their claims for examination, adjust
ment and allowance. Three months
are allowed for the creditors to pre1
sent their claims, from the 4th day of
August 1934.
Bryce Crawford, County Judge
Beg. 7—14—34 end. 7—2*—34
STATEMENT OF
DONALnGALLAGHER
Religious belief and affiliations are
•trietly matters of conscience! race
or color is not a matter of choice.
No man should be condemned for what
he cannot help. Tolerance is se much
• part of my religion and my nature
I cannot understand why there should
ever be the slightest feeling of 111
will between those of different be
liefs or races. To me my fellow
citizen of different belief, or differ
ent color, means one who has the
NHne joys and sorrows and problems
and pains that I have. We are all
traveling the same difficult road
through life togther ia search of just
one thing—peace. We (must ass'«<
each other by kindly words and deeds
along the way.
Te my feligw citizens of all creeds
and colors, I give full credit for be
ing jusrt as sincere, as reasonable and
pas atrio as I feel myself to be, and
I believe that of all virtues charity
is the chiefest.”
LOOKING BACK
(FEEDING THE BRUTE)
By Videtta Ish
(For the Literacy Service Bureau)
A woman inquired of another “How
do you get along so well with your
husband?” The laconic answer was
“I feed the brute.” The woman
fcneant she pleased her husband by
her good cooking. This is good sense,
but the way some women feed their
husbands tends to make brutes of
them.
Yes, some make brutes of their
husbands who lose patience with
them and become brutal in their
treatment. Then, it is really true
that experimenting on their hus
bands’ stomachs often women make
dead brutes of them.
GET YOUR FREE TICKETS TO
THE KRUG PARK
— Big Picnic at —
The Omaha Guide Office
KANGAROO COURT BENEFIT
PICNIC
at KRUG PARK, SUNDAY JULY
29th. 1934
EVERYBODY WELCOME
SELF-EXAMINATION
By R A. Adams
(For the Literacy Service Bureau)
V
If you’re inclined to ©ensure, or to
Marne.
Ta "lift up holy hands” and cry “Oh,
shame)'
Better examin your own self. and see
If you who’d others judge may guilt
less be.
I
If you’re inclined to critize, and say
“I wonder bow he ever got that way”
Better examine your own self, and
know
If you who censure are not even so.
So, If and when you find your sell
inclined
To judge, and censure, better bear ia
mind
A guiltl «s one, and such a one alone
Is qualified to cast accusing stone
Sirvco yoa sometimes may into error
fall
Mercy to show and charity to all,
You’lll find it after all. a better plan.
And nearer what should be ‘twixt man
and man.
METCALFE RUNNING
FOR GOVERNORSHIP
Revision of Nebraska tax laws
along constructive and equitable
lines will be one of the most import
ant tasks confronting the next gov.
ernor and the legislature, Stanley F.
Levin, president of the Young Voters
League for Metcalfe for Governor,
said at a meeting of the league at the
Rome hotel Tuesday night. I
The tax bill, known as House Roll I
No. 9, which provides for a tax bill
on credit accounts of business and
professional men and women, drew
the particular fire of Levin- He char
acterized this law as impossible of
enforcement
“There is real work to he n Neb
raska on taxation,” he said- “The
most practical form of relief is to be
found in a reduction of the cost of
government through the elimination
of jobs which have been created lor
purely political purposes.”
He declared that Metcalfe could be
depended upon to follow such a pro
gram of strict economy*
POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT
-CLASSIFIED ADS
Mill made Screens and
Doors while you wait.
2717 North 24th Street.
FOR RENT—one kitchenette apart
ment and one room. Reasonable
prices, 2226 Ohio Street.
A NEAT-FRONT ROOM KITCH
ENETTE. WEbster 3707
FOR RENT—One three room apart
ment neatly furnished- Inquire
1417 No. 24th St. WE. 4044, even
ings.
Loves Kitchenette Appa-rtment For
Rent at 2518 Patric St- Call We. 5553
YOUR OWN—LAKE SHOE SERV
ICE NONE BETTER; 2407 Lake St
Furnished Rooms for rent. WEbser
2303
Big Rummage Sale on New Goods—
1324 N 24th St- Come and Be Con
vinced.
BETTER RADIO SERVICE
A. E. and J. E- Bennett 2’15 Ctfm
mings St- Phone Ja- 0696
RUFFELED AND LACE CUR
TAINS DONE CHEAP WEbster
3707..
ROGERS ICE SERVICE-QUICK
DELIVERY ATlantic 5564.
2104 North 29th Avenue.. Three
room apartment. Everything
furnished $4.00 JAckson 0986
Shirts Laundered
I
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CASH AND CARRY AT
Edholm and Sherman
2401 North 24th St. We 6055
t
Has The Church i Message For X hese Tines?
Everybody is wondering and worrying
aboat these puzzling panic days
Millions are rally soffering deprivation
No other single fact about th present de
pression has caused more concern or com
ment than the tragic lack of leadership in
all spheres
All the world has looked for a sup rhuman
to show ns the way out of the uncredible
conditions in which we are bogged
Perhaps our mistake has been to exp ct
one man to lead us It may be that in a
democratic world we should give heed to or
many local leaders For there are such
Consider the minister of religion
Thousands of them are standing np in their
pulpits every Sunday and affirming sure
and tested truths which offer out and
trading
During the week they are ministering in
di victuals
Their unique advantage in that they can
quote, "Thus saith the Lord,” as he appeal
o tJ>‘ Book which records worse natural
experience's than that which we are now
undergoing
Ministers deal with canstat factors of life
Whatever the circumstance, th re is always
God to be taken into account
Courage that is born of faith is a greater
factor in such Cpies as these that taxes or
rcurency reform
Peace of heart, which is possible in all
storms, is a precious part of the preachers
message. And, in the last analysis, all of
our troubles are personal..
Brotherly helpfulness has its home in the
Church.
There are no general statistics for it not
everybody obs rves, in his own community,
that Church members are aiding one an
other on a larger scale than any pro
feesional welfare organization.
Long views, both backward and forward,
are provided by the pulpit.. It is reassur
ing above all else to have the Divine Pur
pose raced in human history. This is not a
run away world.. God is still dealing with
us as with son.
Most persons who absent themselv -s from
church are missing all of this truth.
Sunday worship turns men’s thoughts God
ward—and only in that direction is there
real hope..
Therefore, even as an emergency measure
in these sobering times, everybody should.
-ATTEND CHURCHSUNDAY
N TIME OF ILLNESS, DEATH OR OTHER TROUBLE ANY MINISTER WILL BE GLAD TO HELP YOU.
THE 28 CHURCHES OF OMAHA AND COUNCIL BLUFFS
WELCOMES YOU SUNDAY JULY 14TH, 1934
THE FOLLOWS INDIVIDUALS FRIENDS AND FIRMS HAS MADE THIS ‘AD’ POSSIBLE.
OMAHA
CARL RIEKES
TIRE SERVICE
IL S.. TIKES
TIRE REPAIRING GASOINE AND
#IL—BATTERY AND ROAD
SERVICE
•15 North 18th Street
WRECKS! WB FIX 'EM
SHAMES BODY AND
RADIATOR
FREE ESTIMATES—TERMS
1»M CU+ftincs St. ATUatfc 4&5C
COMPLIMENTS
THE BON TON INN
AND CABARET
MJIS.. MARY PIERCE, Proprietor
1*1# Sfteth lath Street
GUARANTEED USED AND NEW
AUTO AND TRUCK PARTS AT A
SAYING
STAR AUTO PARTS
17th aad Chicago Street
Phone ATlantic 9369
NEBRASKA LOAN
OFFICE
RELIABLE SINCE 1906
1303 Douglas Street
ALWAYS YOUR FRIEND TO
SERVE YOU
HARRY D. MILDER
GROCERIES AND MEATS
1034 Soath 10th Street
JAckson 2243
WHO FIXED THE POST^OFFICE
CLOCK?
NEBRASKA WATCH
HOSPITAL
708 South 16th Street
HOWELL AND MUNRO
Coal and Coke
OLDEST COAL FIRM IN OMAHA
Telehone JAckson 1922
524 Pacific Street
DRINK THE BEST
WTLLOW SPRINGS
BOTTLED BEVERAGE
705 South 13th Street
Phone ATlantic 5560
MOHAWK TIRES
TIRES REPAIRED AND
VULCANIZED
NATIONAL TIRE SHOP
WHISTLE - VESS
BEVERAGES
—ARE BETTER
10c Bottle and 5c Deposit Returned
on Each Bottle We Have All Flavors
1131 North 18th Street
WEbster 2131
OPEN ALL NIGHT
PAXTON HOTEL
PHARMACY
MATTISON AND HANSEN, Props..
(Corner 14th and Harney Streets)
KINNEYS
OMAHA’S GREATEST SHOE
MARKET
16th and Dodge Street
OMAHA PURE FOOD CO.
2410 Cummings Street
I DUFFY PHARMACY
24th and Lake Street
I Phon® WEbster 0609
OPEN A CONVENIENT CHARGE
—ACCOUNT AT—
MAYPERS
16th Street, Capitol Avenue
SCHMOLLER AND
MUELLER PIANO CO.
1516 Dodge Street
Compliments
HARRY BELMONT
LOAN COMPANY
1819 North 24th Stret
Compliments
CITY CLUB BEER CO.
DISTRIBUTORS
Schmidt City Club Beer
J. C. WOOD AND GO.
DRY CLEANERS THIRTY YEARS
IN OMAHA
Phoae Jackson 1C19 322 Ste.. 14th St..
OMAHA POTATO
MARKET
WE FEATURE EVERYTHING IN
THE FOOD LINE
16th Burt Street
Compliments
of THE OMAHA GARAGE
1517 North 24th Street
Phone WEbstei 0300
LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN—
GROCERIES—MEATS— POULTRY
A.. A..—.“Cut Price”—Yossem
2033, 2035, 2037 North 24th Street
LOUIS H. CINEK
Republican
WILL APPRECIATE YOUR
SUPPORT FOR
Clerk of The District Court
ARKIN’S
MEN’S SHOP
STETSON HATS AND ARROW
SHIRTS •' AT POPULAR PRICES
1409 Farnam Street
Paxton Hotel Building
LINCOLN MARKET
WHERE THE PEOPLE SHOP
1624 North 24th St.. WEbster 1411
Compliments
GROCY-GAS
801 North 16th Street
Compliments
EMMERSON LAUNDRY
WEbster 1029
CompUments
TRIMBLE
BROTHERS
Kingsbury Beer
Compliments
RED AND WHITE
STORES
I ———————— ---V—
Compliments
THE ACE TIE SHOP
1402 Farnam Street
WE SPECIALIZE IN TIES AND
HOSIERY
SOUTH OMAHA
RELIABLE FURNITURE
COMPANY
SOUTH OMAHA
4923 South 24th Street
MArket 2174
PHILIPS DEPARTMENT
STORE
THE FASTEST GROWING STORE
IK OMAHA
4935 So. 24th St So_ Omaha
PETERS DIAMOND
BRAND — SHOE STORE
SOLID LEATHER FOOT WEAR
4812 Sooth 24th Street
South Omaha
0. K. HARDWARE CO.
HARDWARE AND PAINT
SOUTH OMAHA
HArket 467C
4831 South 14th Street
-TOUR PATRONAG1
APPRECIATED”
DOUGLAS SHOE STORE
South Omaha
~T. NIKOLICH TAILOR
AND SINGER SEWING MACHINE
SHOT
2907 Q Street
South Omaha
Compliments
GRANP OPENING
—OF THE—
New Tarver Mondaj 16th
__and lunch, 26 oz. Beer 10c
2931 Q Street
South Omaha
Compliments
J. C. HARRIS
CASH AND CARRY GROCERIES
MEATS ICE CREAM AND SOFT
DRINKS—FREE DELIVERY
5224 South 30th Street
MArket 0741 South Omaha
NICK JOHNSON STORE j
GROCERIES AND' MEATS, BEER j
WINE AND ALL LEGALIZED
LIQUORS
Bring your Federal Relief Order to us
2921, 23 Q St. Phone MArket 4802^
COUNCIL
BLUFFS, IOWA
Compliments
DOLLY’S BAR B-Q
MEATS
1310 West Broadway
CASE FRANDSEN
JEWELER
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Liberty Theatre Building
JOE SMITH AND CO.
THIRTY YEARS OF QUALITY
“Get The Habit”
MID WEST AUTO PARTS
COMPANY
PARTS FOR ALL MAKERS OF
CARS
1508 West Broadway Phone 444
MAKE RITE GARAGE
GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING
1633 West Broadway
CONNOLLY DRUG CO. I
PRESCRIPTION PHARMACISTS
2319 West Broadway
PURITAN MARKET
CASH AND CARRY OR
DELIVERY
GROCERIES AND MEATS
220, 222 Broadway Phone 2843
- v ~ ^ — -
Compliments
HERMAN’S CLOTHES
SHOP
BROADWAY AT MAIN STREET
'
RABEN AUTO
EXCHANGE
AUTO PARTS GLASS INSTALLED
1920 West Broadway
Compliments
THE LITTLE SAVOY
RESTAURANT AND BARBER
SHOP
14M West Broadway
CITY FUEL CO.
COAL KINDLING WOOD
2441 West Broadway
Phase 2775
SHYKEN’S FURNITURE
STORE
FURNITURE, HOUSE FURNISH
ING NOVELTIES
637 West Broadway
Compliments
SHELL
f__ '
GROSSMANS DEPART
MENT STORE
OUTFITTERS FOR THE ENTIRE
FAMILY
604, 606 Broadway (Opposite Office)
GEORGE S. STEINBERG
GROCERIES AND.MEATS
Phone 1946
1428 West Broadway
Compliments i
SEARS 1
ROEBUCK & CO.
MALICK & SHIELDS
Oil and Gas Dx-Gas
14th Street and Broadway
TRY OUR SERVICE
J. & R. MOTOR SUPPLY
COMPANY
ROAD GRIPPER TIRES
302 West Broadway
HARVEY BROTHERS
Suits— Overcoats
520 Broadway
PHII SAKS7
NEW CENTRAL
COUNCIL BLUFFS FINEST
FOOD SHOP
Phone 2763
544, 546 West Broadway
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Compliments
OF A FRIEND
BUCKS BOOTERIE j
THE HOME OF GOOD SHOES
"DONADAMS j
NEW AND USED TIRES,
VULCANIZING
1616 West Broadway
IOWA CLOTHES SHOP i j
CORRECT DRESS FOR MEN
536, 38 West Broadway
WALGREEN COMPANY
DRUGS WITH A REPUTATION
Phone 6120
420 West Broadway
—■
PEOPLES’ DEPART
MENT STORE
Council Bluffs, Iowa
THE STORE WITH OUT A NAME
1002 West Broadway
“The Best Store to Trade After All”
Buehler Bros.
212 N- 18th 9t... |
4*08 So, 24th St. I
Ml N.. 24th fit. |
2408 Cumin*
fl B O P AND 8AVE AT
BUEHERS SPECIAL, SALE ON
EVERY ITEM IN OUB STORES !■
SATURDAY..
veaiTlkgb ..7__::
VEAL LIONS __..
__ Vi or whole
VEAL SHOULDER~ROAST. lb 8c '
VEAL BREAST with pocket, lb «e I
PORK ROAST, Pinic lb , .‘77*
BOSTON PORK BUTTS _I. _7~
pound.. jji
SM ALL SP A RE RJB8.
Pound _ 7c
PORK LOIN ROAST __I ~
end cuts lb. _ 8^<
ARMOURS PURE LARD 7777.7.
2 Ib«.. ___ j5t ,!
YOUNG BBEI CHUCK 777.., ‘ ■
ROAST, lb__ 9< ;
BEEF-SIR BUTT Boneless--?-- I
Rolled and Tied lb. . 12c ||
DOLDS SMOKED .7!
Picni* lb . [
DOLDS SMOKED HAMS_ I
Vi ot whoD lb. I7< J
FRESH EGGS, 2 dozen . 21c |
’ SUNLIGHT BUTTER, lb.24c j
FANCY. 19X LEGHORN
SPRING CHICKENS, lb 18'/2c I
__?
“SEE THESE”
For Good
Used Cars
at 1702 South 13th Street
1927 Hudson Car-$125.00
EXTRA GOOD BUY
1928 Master Buick . $150.00
LOOKS GOOD RUNS GOOD
1928 Ford Coach-$125.00
A SNAP FOR THE PRICE
1931 Willys Knijjht Sedan ..
-$275.00
EXTRA GOOD—TIRES—READY
TO DRIVE ANY PLACE
HULAC
CHEVROLET
1702 South 13th Street
ATlantic 1713
t .. [
Call \
Omaha Poultry Market ;;
1114 No. 24th St. We. 1100
FRESH EGGS— FRESH
Dressed Poultry While
You Wait
WE DELIVER
FAIRMONT’S
ICE CREAM
Veak of Quality