Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921, March 11, 1909, Page 7, Image 7

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Department of the Interior , f. K. Land
( Jlllce at llrokcli liow. Nchr. . Jan. SS. IWJ.
Notice Is hereby Klven that James Samn-
sou. of Itrofcca How Nebr.vlio , on pebruarv
ic , 1W2. made Homestead Entry No. MM ,
Ke.rlalNo.Oli'(7forse scSoctloa it.To\vnslilitl7 : ,
North of Hange 3) . West of tlie lli 1'r.
Meridian , has Hied notice ot Intention
to make ilnl'5 year proofto establish claim to
thu land above described , before Register
aid KcU'lVi-rat lirokcn How Nebraska , on
Hie V.'th day of Match , l'W.i. '
Claimant names as witnesses :
.Joseph E. liradford , Mack O'llrlcn , Cieorni'
t ircenwalt. Charles Hoblnsoa all of llrouen
How , Nebr. John Keese.
I'i'b.-t-Mar. Jl-Ot HeKlster.
In the County Court of Custer County Nebr. .
In the matter of the estate ot John Collier ,
Sf. , Deceased.
The State of Nebraska , to the Creditors :
Take notice , that \villslt In the County
Cum t room. In lirokcn How. tit said County
on the 31st day of March , 1WI9 and the llith
tt.iv ol AuKust. HKIU at lo o'clock a. in . to re
ceive and examine all claims tiled an I pro
l aualnst said estate , with a v ew to
their adjustment and allowance : and
< m the lirst date above named the petition of
the widow will be heard tor homestead , ex
emptions ami allowance , and other statutory
limit for the presentation of
cl tlm * against said estate Is six months irom
the I'Jth day of February , HKW. and the time
limited for the payment ol debts Is one year
from said date ,
JSUAL ] A. K. HUMi'iianv , County .ludge.
t'eb. 13 Mar. Il-lt Dated Kebruarv 12. U'J'J. '
Department of the Interior. IT , S. I and Lincoln. Nebr. . Keb.lU , IWU.
Xotli-els hereby given that Sarah E. ilrlm.
ot liroken How , Nebr. , who on March SI , UKII.
made homc'Htead entry No. 17W1 , serial No
o.V.3. itM neH. section 4 township 15 n. r.uige
L'O w. ith. principal meridian , has filed notice
of Intention to make ilnal live year proof , to
establish claim to the land above described.
before A. H. Ilumhprey county Judge , at
llvoken How , Nebr. , on the 'Jltb day of
March , loan.
claimant names as witnesses :
Uohrrt V. Hurnett , Thomas 'I'orKersoa.
Ell Cox. . Jerome Taylor , all of Hroken now ,
Nebraska. CHAS. II. KIIKIHI.
Feb. IB-Mar 2.r.Ct le ! lster.
\Vllllam T. Huston , Non-Uesldeiil Dclea-
Yoii are hereby notified that on the iMth
day of December , HKW , Mary K. Huston
Hied her petition In the district court ol Cus.
ter County , Nebraska , the object and prayer
of which are to obtain from you an absolute
divorce on the ground of extreme cruelty ,
non-support and desertion ; to secure the cus
tody and control ot your minor children ,
and to procure their appropriate relief. You
will answer said petition on or before the
rn day of March , iwa.
Mary E. Huston. I'lalntifl.
lly .Sullivan & Squires her attorney. ' )
Feb.t.Pcb. . 2. " > It
Estate of Kachel Fleming deceased , In the
County court of custer County , Nebraska ,
The State of Nebraska , to all persons In
terested In said estate , take notice , that J. II.
Fleming has Hied a Hual account and report
ot his administration , and a petition for ilnal
settlement llndlng of lieirs , dfstributatlon
and discharge as such , which have been set
lor hearing before said court on March 22 ,
ITOi , at 10 o clock a. m. , when you may ap
pear and contest the same.
Dated February 17. IMW.
[ SEAL ] A. H. HU.Ml'ltUHV. County Judge.
Feb. IB-Mar. 11 n
When you went
a good , clean
go to
Two doors nortli
Uiokeii Bow Stutc Hank
Lumber , a larpc assortment
and complete slock for Builders
to choose from. Let us estimate-
on your contracts. We always
try to please.
H. T. B RUCE & GO.
Lumber Coal
South side.
The Oil Livery
And Feed Barn
I'eeds your horses no poor grain
and will supply you with good
Horses and Rigs
at reasonable prices.
Come ami see me ,
W. A.
. . Tooley
* * Author of "The Fidhllntf Clmncc , " Etc. 1 | ?
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® Copyritfht , ' 1007 , by Robert W. Chambers *
( Coiitiuucil from last week , )
"it-tin you reallyV" slu .slainnu'rcil ,
tihriukltiK away frnin him.
"Truly. Nullilnir l-j nllcivd. Nnlh-
Ini ; of the lioml ln'l wi'i'ii us livoak -
t'hcil. On the I'onlrary. It N Ktivn th-
< 'iic'l. , You raiinot unilorstantl tliut ;
now. lint .vlmt you are to holiovo and
nhvays undi'ir.tatnl ly our frh'inl-
Hlllp Uilisl UllllUl'i' . "
"I vanl lo ask you soniPthliifr , " Hliu
snld , "incriMy to prove that you are a
lltlli' I It Illogical. May IV"
Ho uud'toil. snillliii. : .
"Could you and 1 care for each oilier
more than vo now do 11' wo were mar
ried V"
" 1 think HO , " ho aal.l.
"WhyV" I'll.1 dor.iiindo.l , astonished.
Evidently aho hud L-J peeled nnuthor
Hii.iniie no rcjily , and she lay back
luiuxiK the cushlun : > eounlderliiK what
iie had said , the Hush of Hiirprixo ullll
HiijVriiiK In he r i'hool ! .
"Ilow ran I marry you , " she asked ,
"WKM ! 1 would- would not rare to on-
ltnv a-a earosa from any man , even
from you ? It-such tiling would
upoll it all. 1 don't love you that way.
Oh. don't look at me that way ! Have
1 hurt you , dear Captain Kulwyu ? I
did not mean lo. Oh , what has be
come of our happlno.-wV What baa In-
I'omo of It' . ' " And she turned , full
length hi the swln ; , ' , and hid her face
hi the silken pillow.s.
Ho looked down at her , slowly real
izing that it was a child ho still was
dealing with 11 child with a child's hi-
noconce , repelled by the graver phase
of love , unresponsive to the deeper
emotions , bewildered by the glimpse
of tlie mature role Ids attitude had |
compelled her to accept. That slio al
ready had reached that milestone and
for a moment had turned Involuntarily
to look back and llnd her childhood al
ready behind her frightened her.
Thinking perhaps of his own year.- !
and of what lay behind htm , he sighed
find looked out over the waste of moor
land where tlie Atlantic was battering
tlie sands of Surf point. Thou his pa
tient gui-.o shifted to the east , and ho
saw the surface of Sky pond , blue us
the eyes of the girl who lay crouching
in the cushioned corner of the swing
ing feat , small hands clinched over
the handkerchief , a limp bit of slull'
damp with her tears.
"There is one tiling , " he said , "that
we mustn't do-cry about it , must we ,
lOiieen ? " , . , x ,
" "
lie was silent , and presently she
nald , "I llio reason of it my crying
is b-b-because 1 don't wish you lo be
unhappy. "
"I'.nt , dear , dear little girl , I am not. "
"Xo , indeed. Why should I be ? You
do love mo , don't you ? " * - . <
' You know I do. " , . ' : "t
"Hut not In that way. "
' 'X-no ; nut in that way , 1 w-wish I
did. "
A thrill passed through him. After
moment lie relaxed and loaned for
ward , ids chin resting on his clinched
li uitK " 'i lieu let us go back to the
old footing , Klleon. "
' ' " " '
" " '
"Can weV"
"Ye.1 , wo can , and we will back to
[ he old fooling when nothing of deeper
siMitimonl disturbed us. You know
how It Is. A man who is locked up in
imrailNc Is never satisfied until lie
can climb tlie wall and look over.
Now 1 have climbed and looked , and
now 1 fliinb bade Into the garden of
your dear friendship , very gHd to be
there again with you very , very thank
ful , dear. AYill you wflcnnii1 me back ? "
She lay quite still a minute , then sat
up straight , stretching out both hand. "
to him , her beautiful , 1'ea.rlfsa eyes
( irilliant as rain washed stars.
"Don't go away , " site said. "Don't
over go away from our garden again , "
"Xo. Klleon. "
"Is It a promlKo-riiillp ? "
Her voice fell exquisitely low.
"Yes , a promise. Do you take me
back , KileenV"
"Yes , I tiiko you. Take me back , too ,
Philip. " Her hands tightened in Ids ;
she looked up at him , faltered , waited ,
then in a fainter voice : "And and hu
of g-good courage. 1 I nnnpt \ very
old yet. "
An hour later , when Nina discovered
thorn there together , Klleon , curled np
nmong the cushions in ( lie swinging
wat , was reading iiloiul "Kvldonrns of
Asiatic Influcnco on the Symbolism of
Ancient Yucatan , " and Selwyn , astrldo
n chair , chin on his folded arms ,
listening with evident rapture.
opi'ia-d from end to end
to the soft : jea wind , was
cmwdi'd with the gayest ,
noisiest throng that had
gathered there In a
twelvemonth. The Orchils and the
I.a\\ni : \\ero there , the Minsters , the
Craigs from Wyossutt , tlie ( Irays of
T.ako , the Draymoroa , Fanes ,
Mottlys , t'ardwolls in fact , it seomcu
as though all Long Island had been
drained from C'--darhurst to Isllp uml
frnin O.vste'r May'ln Vr > - . < i > i ( Id | n > i r
a stream of garrnlmis and animated
, \onIh and beauty Into the halls and
over the verandas and triraro-i and
lawns of llillier\\oud House.
It was lo be a lantern frolic and n
lantern dance and supper , all most
formally ami Impressively informal.
And it began \\llh n caudle race for a
big sliver gilt flip and a motor boat
rare won by Moots nnd ( icrald. Out In
the ba.\ lay Xoorgard's yacht , outlined
in oli-i Irlflly from stem to stern , every
"It In .s/ivrni/r / / , " t-lic sttlil.
spar and funnel and contour of hull
and superstructure twinkling In Jeweled -
eled brilliancy.
On a great Improvised open pavil
ion set up In thu Hither woods , garlanded -
landed ami hung thick with multi
colored paper lanterns , dancing hud
already begun , but Selwyn and Kl-
leen lingered on the lawn for awhile ,
fascinated by the beauty of the lire-
works pouring skyward from thu Xlo-
' 'They seem to be very gay aboard
her , " murmured the girl. "Once you
said that you did not llko Mr. Js'eor-
gard. Do jon lemember saying It'r"
Ha replied simply. "I don't llko him ,
and 1 remember saying ao. "
"It Is strange , ' FIO ! said , "that Cer- !
aid does. "
1 .Selwyn looked at the Illuminated
yacht. "I woader whether any of
Noergard's crowd is expected ashoiv
here. Do you happen to know'/1'
She did not know. A moment later ,
to his annoyance , Kdgcrton Lawn
came up and asked her to dance , and
she wont , with a smile and a whls-
1'cred "Wait for me , if you don't mind ;
I'll come back to you. "
At Intervals ho cauglil glimpses of
Eileen through the gay crush around
him. lie danced with Nina and sug
gested to her Itva : < time to leave ,
but that young matron had tasted just
enough to want more , and Kileon. ' too ,
was evidently having a mot : dellghi-
fid time. So he settled Into the har
ness of pleasure and was good to the
pink and while ones , and they told
each oilier what a "dear" he was and
adored him more inconveniently than
Truly enough , as he had often said ,
these younger ones were the charm
ingly wholesome and refreshing anil-
dole1 to the occasional misbehavior of
the mature. They were , as he also as-
fjorlcd , the hope and promise of the
social fabric of a nation , this younger
Supper and then the Woodland co
tillon was the programme , and almost
all the tables were tilled before Selwyn
had an oppoitimlly to celled Xlna and
Austin and capture Kileen from a very
rosy cheeked and Indignant boy who
hud quite lost his head and heart and
appeared to be on the verge of a head
long declaration.
"It's only 1'ercy Draymore's Kid
brother , " she explained , passing her
arm through Ids with a lltlle sl h of
natIsfaclIon. "Oh , hen- come Xiiu
and Austin. Mow pretty the table *
look all lighted up among the treeV.
And such an uproar ! " as they came
Into the jolly tumuli and passed i'i
among a labyrinth of tables , greeted
laughingly from every side.
Cndcr a vigorous young oak trco
thickly festooned with lanterns Ans
tin found an unoccupied ( able. Then
were a great deal of racket and laugh
ter from the groups surrounding them ,
but this seemed to lie the only avail
able spot ; besides , Austin wasi hungry ,
and' he said so.
Xlna , wilh Selwyn on her left , look
ed avound for derald aicl Lansing.
When I he latter came .sauntering up
Austin questioned him , but he replied
carelessly that ( .Jerald had gone to Join
some people whom he , Lansing , did
not know very well.
"Why , there ho It now ! " exclalnie.1
Eileen , catching bight oC her brother
seated among a very noisy group on
the outer edge of thu Illuminated /one ,
"Who are those- people , XiiiaV oh ,
Rosamund Fane ( a there , too ; and
.Shu coaml speaking EO abruptly thai
Selwyn turned around , and Nina bit
bur lip In vexation and glanced at bii
husband , for among the ovcrnnlinateil
and almost boisterous group which \va- )
iittraulng the attention of everybody
In the vicinity sat .Mr * . Jacl : Ituthvcii
And HL-IW.VII nw hot1.
For a momuiit he luukod at her look
cd at Gerald besldo her , and Xeorgaril
on the oilier side , and Rosamund op
posite , and at tin- others whom he luu
never before scon. Tln-n quietly , but
with heightened colt.r , he turnul hh
attention to the glasu which the scrv-
juit had Just filled for him and , restIng -
Ing Ida bund on the stem , stared at tin *
bubbles crowding upward through It
to the foamy brim.
Nina and Uoots had begun ostenta
tiously an exceedingly animated con
versation , and they became almost ag
gressive , appealing to Austin , who Bat
bock with a frown on hi.s heavy face ,
nju.l to Edcon , who \vns japing her
mineral water and staring thoughlfully
at a big. round , orange tinted lantern
which hung like
tlio It a r v o H t
moon behind
( Jerald. throw Ing
Ids curly head
Into silhouette.
What oonvor-
Katlon there waste
to carry , Hoots
and Nina car
ried. Austin si-
liln hunger , eatIng -
Ing niul drinking \vltli a sullen dotor-
MiliniHiui to niili ! ; > no pretense of Ignor-
Ina situation ( lint plainly angered him
ili'i'iily. ' Ami from minute to minute ho
raised his Jtoad to glare itpro-w at ( ! or-
aKI , who evidently was unconscloiH of
tin- presence of his own party.
When Nina spoke to Klleon. tlu > girl
answered briefly , but with perfect com-
pixnro. SYlw.xn , too , added a quiet
word at Intervals , speaking li\ a voice
that s-onmK'd a little tired and strained.
It was that note of fatigue In his
voli-o which aroused Klleon to eiVorl -
the liiHllnctlvo move to protei1 ! . to sns
tain him. Conscious of Au tln'-i sup
pressed hut Increasing linger at her
litlier. ) . anur/.eil and dlslrexsed at what
( Jerald had done-for the hoy's very
pivoiiro there with the set of whom
they disapproved was an alVnml to
them all -she was still more sensitive
to Sclwyn's volee. and In her heart she
responded passionately.
Nina looked np. surprised at the sud
den transformation In the girl , who
had turned on Hoots with a sudden
How of spirits and the gayest of ehal-
li'iiges. and their laughter and badi
nage became HO genuine and so porsNl-
ont that , comlilnliig with N'lna. they
fairly swept Austin from his surly ab
straction Into their tolls , and Sclwyn'a
Giib'luod ' laugh , If forced , sounded pleas-
anl iiuw , and Ids drawn face seemed
to relax a little for ( ho time lielng.
Once she turned , under cover of the
general conversation which she had set
going , ami looked straight Into Scl-
wyn's eyes , Hashing to him a message
of purest loyally , and his silent In
response sent the color llylng to her
cheeks. . . * „ tl.
U was all very well for ii\\hllc , a
brave , sweet effort , but ears eonld n < d
remain deaf to the Increasing nol.-o and
laughter , to familiar voices , half caught
phrases , indiscreet even In the frag
incuts understood. I'.esldcs , C ! era hi had
fcen them , and the boy's face had be
come almost ghaslly.
All.\o , unusually Unshed , was con
ducting herself without restraint. Xeer-
gard's snickering laugh grew more sig-
nlllcant and persistent. Kvon llosa-
iniind spoke lee loudly at moments ,
and once she looked around at Nina
and Solwyn while her pretty , accent-
less laughter , rippling with Its under
tone of malice , became more frequent
In ( he Increasing tumult.
There was no use In making a pre
tense of further ga.vely. Austin had
begun to scowl again. Xlna , with onti
"Hint't yo. I cure loroil / /on / 7in/r7i / In
tit , ! ; it. "
chocki'd ; ; laiici' at Allxe , leaned tnt'i
tuwnnl lit'i * hrollit'i1 :
"II Is iiii'i'cdllili' ! " slic iiinrmmvd
"Sin1 iiniHl hi iii'i'fi'ctly mad tti make
Midi an cxlilliltlon of lii > rm > ll' . Can't
anyliody tihiji lu > r ? f'an't anybody send
lit11 ! liuini'V"
Austin Haiti Kiilli'idy , but dlHtini-tly
"Tho tiling for list to do hi to gi t out.
Nina , IT you are roady" -
"Hul-lmt Ci-raldV" I'al-
- what about - -
torcd ISlli'cu , lurnlm ; pllcnusly to Si-l
\ vyii.Vo fan't lilni-tlicn- ! "
The man straightened up and turiu-.l
his drawn face toward her :
"i > f > you wish me to get him ? "
"V you can't do lhal , ran yoiiV"
"Yeii. 1 eau , IT you wish II. l o you
think there IM anyllilnt , ' In the world 1
can't do , If you wish IIV"
At ho I'oiju K.he laid her hand on hl
"I I dou'l ask It" rhc lieKiiu.
"You du not have to ask II , " he nald ,
with a Hiulle almost Kcnulne. "Austin ,
I'm going to gel Cerakl , and Xlnii will
explain to you thai he's tit be left tome
mo If any normon Is. roqulivd. I'll jn ;
buck \\llh him In the motor boat
Hoots , you'll drive homo in my place. "
As ho turned , ullll tunUIng and self
possessed , Klleon whispered rapidly :
"Don't go. 1 onro for you too mm-li
t-i ask it. "
lie raid under his breath , "Dearest ,
you cannot umlorutaml. "
"Yes , I do ! Don't go. Philip , don't
jro near her. "
"I must. "
"If you do-if you go-h-how can
you c-cani for mo as you uy you do-
wheii I ask you not to when I cntinot
endure to" -
Hlio turnrd nwlftly and Htared across
at Allxo , and Alixo , unsteady In tlui
flushed brilliancy of lior youthful beau
ty , liulf rose In her neul and Blared
bud ; .
Instinctively the young girl's hand
lightened en fUlwyn'ti arm. "Shc-
Bho l.-i heautifnl , " she faltered , bill la
turned and led her from tlie table ,
following Austin , his sinter and
Hlng , and she clung to him almost con
vulsively when ho hailed on the cdgt
of the lawn.
"I must go back , " ho whispered
"iloiirost ili-uri'Sij J luiivt. "
( .Continuea Next Week , )
(1tiHei- ! , County Herd of Durocs
> S\voopsUilces I lord of Custoi * County
Hivd Sows ; nul Cilt.s from Uiitt IK-nl
at Broken How on : : : : : : :
Mutes to such Sires as Crimson Wonder
.I. , and sons of Kant Mo Meal , InvonL-
or and Kcho Top. : : ; : : : : :
coi. T. c. CALUIIAN.I. , , . .
Col. JUl ) KAY ,
F YOU have a snap in a farm , or ranch for sale
list ; with me. IC you want to buy a snap in a
farm or ranch conic and sec me. Phones , of
fice 42 , residence , 12 ! ) .
She's Cured Thousands
Given up to Die.
Practicing Aleopntliy , Homeopathy ,
Cluetiic end General Medicine.
Ily request will visit profrHHiniially
Grand Central Hotel ,
rcliiniinir I-VITV four weekH. CoiiHiil bir when
tilt ! ouiMiituiiltv. in at
UK. CAIUWrll < Iniiiih onprnclicp to the
Kpcclal treatment of il leases of lliu Ivyc , I'ar ,
Mtir.e , ' 1'broat , I.IIIIUH , I'Vmalo Diseases ,
DiHi-ai-itH of ClillilriMi and all Chriinlc , NurtoiiH
ind Surk'lcal DlHrnses of ,1 curalili ; nature.
r.arly coiihiiiuiillon , llroncliltis , llroiichlal
Catarrah , Chronic Caturrah , llrad-Ache , Con
stipation , Stoinaclii ; and llowel Troubles ,
heniiiatlRiii , NiMiialula. Kclotica. Ilriuhts'H
Dlhease , Kidney DIHIMKKS , Diseases of the
l.lvcr and Itladdi'.r , llx/.incss. NervoiiHiiess ,
Indlk'eHlioii , Obesity. Iiiti'mptod Munition ,
Slow ( irowlli In Clnlilren , and all wantlnu
IM"uaM-rt in adnllh. DitforiuillcH , Clnb-fuet ,
Ciirvantnri ; ol ilu < Siniie , DlHeamts of tin ; Itraln ,
I'.ualyHis , l'i > ilepxy. Heart Discaso , Dropsy ,
Swullnik' ( lliu l.iinlm , Stricture , Open SoroK ,
Pain In tilt ; Hones , ( iranul.ii ICnlarititment'i anil
all loiiir-i.t.iiidintr dikuusus tiropcrty treated ,
I'implCH , ISInU-heH , Krnplioiis , Ilrir Spots
I'allini ; of the llaii. Hail Coiuidexinn. Eczema ,
Throat Ulcers , Hone 1'alns , Itlailtlcr Troubles ,
Weak Hack , llurinnir Urine , 1'assuik' Uilue
tou often. Thu offecls of coiiKtilutional sicl < -
miss or the laUinif of too much injuriotie tueili-
clnu receives tuaixhiiiif treattuent , pioiupt
relief and a ctiru for life.
DKcaKiiA of Women. Irregular Mi-ustratloii ,
I'alliiiL' of this Womb , lltiarlnir Down I'aitis ,
I'eiualu DiliptaL'onii'nl Lack of Sexual Tone ,
7 < tUcorihea , Sterility or llarronnuss , coimnll
Dr. Caldwrll and hhu will show them tlm cause
of their troiiblt ; anil tint wiiy to bvcotue cured ,
CANCKKS , ( .OITiu. : riSTUI.A , I'lUI-JS.
jnil enlarged ulandH treated with the hub-
cutancout injection nit-thod , absolutidv with-
nit pain and u-lihont tlui lots of a droii ol
liluod , i * oni ) of her own dlKcoveiius ami If
really thR most t-.cuntlflc and certainly nun
jtiro nictlioil of iliin an ranceil am ; . Dr- Cad
.Vll has practiced her profession in nomu o
hu laiL'est liDspitalrs throui.'liout the counlrv
she has mi MiiHiimr 111 treating and ( tiacnns
n ; ' . of diseases , drlorm.lies , etc. Sliu lia
lately opened an olticu In Omaha , Nebraska ,
where hliu will Rr nd a tiortioii of each week
treating her many tialie-ls. NO incurable
cases accepted for tre.-Uti.cut. CouHullation ,
examination and advice cue dollir to
Dr , Ota Caldwcll & Co. ,
Omaha , Neb. Chicago , III.
Address all mail to i I.'ee lluildluj , OuiaUa
Thin ninaviliiK offer- the New Model Oliver
Typewriter No. r. at I7cents a day l.s open to
everybody , every where.
IfHourm-w anil liiinioasi-ly popular plnn
ol Helling Oliver Typewriters on little easy
payments. 'I'lie aliaiiiliiniai-at of longhand
In favor of clean , legible , beautiful typewrit
Ing Is the next great hlep In human
A re.iilr-ln all lines ol bu-iIiiesH and In all
professloiiH-theiiseiif pen and Ink Is largely
restrli-teil Id the writing nf hliaatnres. ;
lluslnc Colleges anil High Schools , watch-
lul ol the treml nl
puldli : hentment , are
t > ralnliiK a vast army
ol ycillllK penplc'lii tlin
1110 nl Oliver Typewrit-
irs.The prompt amen ( -
eruiis rvspniihi- tin-
Oliver Typewriter-
' 'iimpany ID the wyrhl
vlile ilemaiiil lor mil-
versal tjpewrltlni ;
trememloim impetus to tins movement. .
Oliver , wltli the largest .saltof any
typewriter In existenre , was tin.liiKlral ma- take the InlUtivc In lirliiKliiK about
the universal use of typewriters. It alwaya
leads' '
Save your Pennies and Own
The Standard Visable writer
Tills "ITrents aila ) " selling plan make
the Oliver as low as to rent. It places tin :
machine within easy reach of every home -
every Individual. A maa'H "rlgar money
a woman's "pin money"- will luiy It.
Clerks on small salaries ran now afford to
ownoilveis. lly nllll/.lnghparemoments lor
practice they may III themselves for inon *
Important positions.
School hoys and h.-houl t'lrb can buy Ol
vers by saIni ; their pennies.
You can buy an Oliver on this plan at tilt-
regular catalogue price -tliw. A small llr t
payment in Ings UHmachine. . Then yo- :
have 17 coins a day and pay monthly.
D And the possession of ail Oliver Type'ATllrr
enables you to earn money to ilnlsh paying
for the nuchlme. '
The Oliver Is the The OlUcr Type
moat highly pt-rfei t- writer turns out
e.l typewriter on the moro work--of better
morUeihcnrf i t 8 tiuallty and Breatur
li l per cent enirlcn \arli-ty-than any
'V. other writing ma-
Amongltsscores ol i him * . Simplicity ,
rinnenlenciiB arc. siivagth , ease of o
-the llalanre Slillt . ration and vlaal .
llie Killing Device Ity are the corn
the Double lU-leasn Atones to Us towt
the l.oriiinotl \ u lag supremacy in
H.IM- - oorre.spoadenct-
the Autom a 11 c - L'ard Index Work
Spacer -Tabulated HeiKirts
- the Ant o in a t I r - i''ullow-npsystems '
T.ihnlator Manlfoiotnt ; Ser
-the Disappearing vice
Indicator -\ddreisinB Unve-
- the Adjustable t'a lopes
per Klngers Working on Itule.l
the Sclentltlc Con
dt-usuU K'e > CUttlHK Mlmeo-
board graphs Stencils
Can you spend 17 cents a day to better aJ
vantage than In the purchase ot tills wonder
tul machine. '
write for Special Kasy Payment Pronosl
tlon or see the nearest Oliver Agent ,
The Oliver Typewriter Company
116 South 15 Street ,