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THE OMATTA DATLT DEE: STTXPAV. FEBRI'AnV
YOUNG WOMEN TARE UP TASK
Soliciting Team for T. W. C. A. Buildinsc
Fund Vow for Snceea.
HUNDRED PLEDGE TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS
tasjajaet Last nUM Marked
Fnthaelasna and Determination
nn rart of Those Wha
Will DA the Work.
On 'hundred young women sat down to
a bttnquent at the Young Women's Chris
tian ''association Saturday evening and
pledged themselves to the railnt of IHVCOO
toward the $125,000 new building projected
Ijy th association. The company is di
vided Into sets of ten each under a cap
tain, each ten responsible fur $1,010 nnd
mors If possible.
Mtsa Helen Barnes, Industrial secretary
under the American committee of Young
Women's Christ.;' n association, was the
guest of .honor and principal speaker. 81m
has had a prominent part In association
building campaigns In many titles and of
the name enthusiastic optimiKm that haa
mado her services so valuable to other
f Itjlesf nil gave to the local worheis. It
was as "friend of young women" that
she- greeted them. She assured them that
iht present enthusiasm had not come and
that the new building would not come by
the budding of some, inn gic lamp, hut only
aa the reward of a. determined, con
scientious effort on the part of each In
dividual woman and that If there was n
determination to raic 110,'W, Kj, would
Miss flames' Idea.
"In entering upon tlilr campaign," she
said, "thoroughly believe in the thing for
which you arc working. Be thoroughly In
formed about ussocintinn work and nil it
stands for, locally, In the state and na
tionally. He sure that you know the great
iiim; not merely the educational, social
and physical benefits, but that all young
women shall know Christ aa a jicrsonnl
And then she pictured the new building
with Its utidltorlum, school of domestic
science, rest rooms, lunch rooms, study
rooms, library and even a roof garden,
flue reminded the women that In the Los
Angeles association, the largest In this
country, more women are enrolled In the
educational classes than In any college
in the United States. In closing she said:
"You must work not only for your
selves, but for the girls who are uncon
sciously waiting for this great Influence.
In asking for subscriptions get not only
the money,' but offer a prayer for the
Rales for the Team.
Mrs.' George. Tllden and Mrs. W. P. Har
ford also spoke briefly and Mrs. Kmnin
Byers, general secretary, announced the
following ruler, which shall govern the
soliciting by the teams:
1. There shall lie ten companies, consist
ing of one captain and nine lieutenants in
2. Soliciting shall be. among wage-earners
A. No soliciting shall be done among the
I lean's of firms.
Heads of departments in large firms.
Ilesds of departments in large corpora
tions. General representatives and agents of
Professional men and women.
Women whose hii-bands are connected
with any of the above.
Women of large Independent means.
4. If In doubt about any Individuals. In
formation, may be had at headquarfrs,
where the finance and building committee
will have a list of all those not eligible to
5. The campaign shall open March 15 and
close April IV
P. Tiie companies may report as thev
wish vp to the third Friday of the cam
paign; irom men to tne close all are to re
port at headquarters every day, or as often
Team Captains Knt hnalaat Ic.
Brief talks by the team captains followed
indicating that all had caught the en
tluleiasm. All the teams are well organised,
several hsvlng adopted mottoes or "yells."
tine captain presented the following motto
under which her tenm Is working:
."EothuslaHtn plus information minus sel
fishness multiplied . by activity divided
equally among the members of the team
The teams will heglie Immediately to se
cure pledges preliminary to the campaign,
which is scheduled fromMarch IS to April
15. The need of a building was emphasized
when, at 10 o'clock the meeting adjourned
and the members were compelled to find
their way down two flights of stairs, with
out light, to the street below.
v tirrat Law gait Derided.
The supreme court, the people, has de
elded that lr.-King's New Discovery wins
against Coughs and Colds. 50c and $1. For
ale by Sherman McConnell Druj Co.
Mortality Statistics. .
flie following births and deaths have
been reported to the Board of Health din
ing the twenty-four hours ending at noon
Births James Wiggins, 4416 North Twenty-second,
girl; Noel Clearwater, irnl South
Twentieth, boy; Joseph Lung, tM4 South
Deaths--James Petersen, Plattsniouth,
Neb.. 18; Annie I. Morgan. 1423 Fort. 3;
Frederick Tecknay. 2OS Vinton. ; I.ouls
Burke. South Omaha, 83; Infant Hagerty,
THE VALUE OF CHARCOAL,
w People Know How facial It la la
.' Preserving; Health and Beauty.
Nearly everybody knows that charcoal Is
the aafeat and most efficient disinfectant
and purifier In nature, but few realise Ha
value taken into the human system for the
una cleansing purpose.
Charcoal la a remedy that the mora you
take of it the better; it is not a drug at all,
but almply absorbs the gases and Im
purities always present In the stomach and
intestine and carries them out of the
ystem. ' . .
Charcoal sweetens the breath after smok
ing, drinking or after eating onions and
other odorous vegetables.
Charcoal effectually clears and Improve
the complexion. It whiten the teeth and
further acta aa a natural and eminently
safe cathartic. '
It absorb Injurious gaaea which collect
in the ajtomach and bowels; It disinfect the
auouth and throat from tho - poison of
All druggist sell charcoal In on form or
Mother, but probably the best charcoal
and the moat for th money I in Stuart'
Charcoal Losengea; they are composed of
th finest powdered Willow charcoal, and
ether harmless antiseptic in tablet form
or- rather In th form of large, pleasant
tasting loac.ngea. tli charcoal being mixed
with honey. '
'The dally use of the lozenge will soon
tell In a much Improved condition of th
general health, better complexion, sweeter
breath and purer blood, and th beauty of
It la, that no possible harm can result from
their continued use, but on th contrary,
A Buffalo physiclsa In speaking ot th
benefit of charooaJ gays: "l advise Stuart's
Charcoal Loaenge to all patient suffering
from gaa in stomach and bowels, and . to
clear the complexion and purify th breath,
meuth and throat; I also believe the liver
1 -greatly benefited by th dally us of
them; they oral but S cent a bos at drug
s'ores, and although In some sens a patent
pre pa ration, yet I believe I get mora and
better charcoal in Stuart's1 CharooaJ
I.onge than in any of th ordinary char,
An Investment in a Legitimate Manufacturing Concern
of Al Commercial Standing That Will Pay
Not a Speculation in Any Sense, but an Investment En
dorsed by Leading Merchants Who Are
Now Purchasing Heavily from
An Opportunity to Make a Small Investment Pay You an
Income for Life, and Then Pay to Your
Children and Grandchildren.
Don't Doubt the" Truth of Statements or Sneer at Proof,
for the Skeptic Never Becomes Wealthy or
Famous for Shrewd Judgement.
TIIK TAl.K-O-FHONE COMTANY
of 'i'OI.KDO. OHIO, heretofore a jK-WX-OO
corporation, have found It advls
uble owing to tremendous Increase In
the volume of of their business, to Ill
create their Capital Stock to il.ulei,
tsio.flii, and now offer for sale to the
public a limited amount of this Capi
tal Stock, which Is full paid and non
assessable I'd in Company was organ
ised under Ohio laws In January of
1W-4 to take over certain valuable pat
ents and manufacture talking ma
chines of the disc pattern. During
these two years the b.islncss has in
creased by leaps and bounds until now
this concern manufactures MORE
MACHINES than cither of Its two
largest competitors, the Victor or
In order to do this. It has been liec
cssary to luiild a very large plant lce
photos which only show u portion)
and to Invest large sums in machinery,
equipment, patterns, patents and mu
terliils, so that these items alone of
the plant as it stands today show a
conservative valuation of SC. 1 .
Hencu our shortage of working capital.
During the past year tills concern
earned X tier cent on its stock over
and above, a'l interest charges and In
addition to this showed a surplus.
Owing to this showing the directors
have deckled to pay a u per cent semi
annual dividend in July, 1! . So much
for profits on the present basis. Now
the pui'sic of the sale Of this addi
tional stock is to Increase the working
cupitnl so that this concern may do as
Its other two large competitors do
that ts, nell to Hie "large quantity"
houses who require four to slK
inontlis' terms, unit in this way work
the factory to its limit of 7oO machines
a day. This amount of output can
readily be sold at a good profit.
The average protlt Is $j.un per ma
chine. Turning out 750 machines a day
would make a prolll of (o.ToO.OU per
day, or $1,170,000.00 protlt per year.
Theso art no "Col. Sellers' " figures,
but straight facts. No gold mine, no
oil 'Well, no plantation schema could
liope to euuai audi returns; and no
bond, no railroad stoca could be a
more secure or solid Investment. This
stock that we now offer at $10.00 per
share should be worth on this basis of
earning $100.00 per share in two years'
time, for remember we have no long
winded proposition such as building
factories, perfecting machines, or any
thing of Hint sort. FOK Ol'H PRES
ENT FACTORY EQUIPMENT 18
AMPLY SUFFICIENT to turn out all
the marhlnes necessary to make this
il.tmo.ooo.ow yearly profit.
The situation on patents is such that
further competition need not be looked
for. and on this particular point this
company Is extremely fortunate, for in
addition to their valuable pntents be
fore possessed by them, they have
very recently been allowed a patent
on a mechanical feed device which
was the one thing necessary to make
perfect the dine reproducing machine
by absolutely doing away with the
old grating sound which has hereto
fore marred all sounds reproduced by
disc machines. There belni; no fear
of further competition due to this
patent situation, the present profit
scalo can be maintained or if any
thing even improved.
Why We Are OftYriiiir TliN Stock.
The Talk-O-Phone with Its assets of
over half a million of dollars can
Isirrow enough money to carry on its
enlarged business, but the directors
nnd stockholders will not permit such
a course, nnd wisely and rightly so.
for the prosMM ts are so brilliant the
holders of swell a loan might take It
Into their heads to try a game of
"pinch" nnd "f reexc-otit." The temp
tation -would be too great for t'u-m to
see 'profits of .H' per cent to l" per
cent when they received only 5
per cent on their loan. There are
dig capitalists who would gls.Uy
put . up this money. but they
would want to own ami control tho
1M:I rnul. to days; Harvey Cox. 43 Capitol
avenue, .13; l.loyd F. liernhard. 6i6 South
Twentieth. T months; IajwIh C. Campbell,
3 William. Js; Elizabeth Ott, 3M!) North
FRANK W. OBER VISITS OMAHA
Old Secretary of V. M. C. A. Impressed
nlth Stability of Handings
ow llrinev Krected.
. Fiank W. Ober, local secretary of the
Young Men's Christian association in
Omaha for five years, from 1S91 to 1896. ar
rived in the city Saturday to lead the final
memory meeting at the association rooms
Sunday afternoon. He went to Fremont to
attend a meeting Saturday afternoon. Mr.
"I believe I am more impressed with
Omaha on this visit than I waa when I first
came. The idea of permanency seems to
prevail in all the structures which are
being erected tn such large numbers. I
look upon the five years spent in Omaha aa
the best of my life; for it surely waa an
experience for me to come from the effete
east and in this western country meet and
associate with a different class of men than
I was accustomed to. men who thought big
things and undertook big things and ac
complished big things. The Young Men's
Christian association Is an entirely different
Institution from what it was when I came
at the beginning of the hard times which
swept over the western country at that
time. Then the association had a hard time
getting credit for a broom, and now its
credit to get anything it desires is unques
tioned." llee Want Ada Are Business Booster.
Miss Olivia Dahl Hinge.
Omahans who belong to the Scandina
vian race are looking forward with much
interest to the appearance Sunday night
at Washington hall of Miss Olivia Dahl,
who will give a concert under the auspi
ces of the Danish association. Miss Dahl
is a Norwegian mexzu-soprano, now on
her first concert tour through the Cnlted
States. Her position In the European
music world is very high and her voice
is said to possess rare qualities. She
studied In Paris and Chrlstiania under dis
tinguished Instructors. Her success has
followed her to America, according to
clippings from eastern papers In cities
wheru she has sung.
BIst Demand for Motors.
Operation of motor cars haa been so suc
cessful that many districts on the Harrl
man lines are clamoring for a service with
these cars. The train between Leaven
worth and I-Awrence has been such a good
substitute to the regular train that the
people are anxious to have the Cnlon Pa
.clrte establish a service between Topeka
and Kansas City.
ClaTord Boya Mas Meyer Plare.
M?,,itiVto.r1 ught from the Omaha
?n-ieefH.b'lk ,hrouh i- D. Spalding.
!e l,nCrJroprJty th northeast
corner of Twenty-fourth and Harney
treeu. known a, tne Mliy
eompany, and then the present owner
and you. If you were one. would not
have the profits the business will
In addition to tlhs. we feel thi'.
evcr purchaser of this stock In this
enterprise will surely become a user
and strong advocate of the TalK-O-Phone,
and thus materially lncrea.
our sphere of Influence.
For Convenience of Those Desir
ing Stock on Kmsjt Terms.
. Even If you have not the ready
money to invest now, arrangements
have been made whereby a limited
amount of this stock has been jet
aside to be sold on the Installment
plan $1. if per share to lie paid with
subscription and $1.K) per share per
mouth therenfter for nine months.
You probably ofteg spend more
money in a single day on amusement
or unnecessary thinps than would be
required lo buy, In this way, a good
block of 'this dividend-paying, rapidly
Future I'rice of This Stock.
The directors have decided that after
the first $l'".w".ii of this additional
stock has been subscribed for, then
the price will be advanced to $12.Vi
per share. The eurnlng capacity really
shows a much higher worth than this.
It is therefore imperative you send In
your subscription at once.
The directors have decided that miv
dividend to be paid in July shall he
paid on all stock purchased before
March 10th, as If it had been sold as
of date of January 1st In other words,
you will. receive six months' dividend
when your Investment is only four
A SAFK MAXAUKMFXT.
The entire management is in the
hauds of a Hoard of Directors of lead
ing business men -men of executive
and financial ability, men of "mude
reputation," men who can be counted
upon to capably and honestly direct
the affairs of the enlarged company
and see that each and every stock
holder receives every dollar of the
earnings of his stock.
The Officers and Directors are as
A. 1.. IRISH, PrinliliMit and Trramrer.
OE'IKCE C, .MRTZIIRH. Vice PiusMent.
W. P. TYLER. Scvrnary.
II I II ECTOR.
GEtVKOE G. METJWKn, Prcntdent Mftrg-r
8pa 4b Oil Co.. I'mMmt ToWin Smv
Wnrk. Plm-tor Tolrdo & Indiana Ky.,
Dlrec-tor Toledo Nallnnal Hani.
LAWHKM'R H. LKKKK. Tri-nMont Min
nrnota Phonoaraph Co.. St. Paul. Minn.
0. ". KFF.t), Maraanr Nrw York Branch
A. b. IRISH. Prclil-nl Talk-O-Phone Co.
C-EOKOE CHASE, Vlre Prl1rnt of Kolilcr
Tiaie. San Kran.l8-o. Cal.
1. I'. CiHoEN'R. of J. '. Gnwne 41- Co., rin-
JVKB GKKULU. Capitalist. Tolrdo. Ohio.
FltNK U THOMPSON, Hanker and Hrokar.
W. R. KDOAK. Caxhler Broadway Savln(a
Bank. Tolrdo, Ohio.
Extent of J'rosent Factory.
That you may have a better Idea of
the real extent of this factory than is
given by the photograph, here is the
floor space in actual use;
Marhina lionm 9.000 q. ft.
Awrmhllna Room t.ano Kq. ft.
Parking and r' hipping Room 4.000 to,, ft.
Potlahlng and Hufflng Room 3.1KM) (q. It.
Plating Room l.nno rq. ft.
Engine and Roller Koom.'. 2.400 tq. ft,
Unuah Stork Koom l,1n q. li.
Kinlniird stock I.n q. ft
E-namellng 1.H00 nq. ft.
Foundry S.4"0 aq. ft.
cabinet Stordgo 4,'hw vq,. it.
Htoraaft 10.200 sq. ft.
Odlre 4.i" q. ft.
.Harna (i.ftou q. ft.
Total Pioor Spaca Sk.noo q. ft.
We now employ about men in
this factory, but to run the output up
to T.tii machines per day will repuire ju
men. and these extra men will be used
largely for assembling. We require
MURDER STILL A MYSTERY
Police Make No Eeal Progress Toward
Unraveling the Story.
BROTHER OF DEAD MAN REACHES CITY
rroposes to Send Body to Old Home
In Kansas for Ha rial After tho
Inqneat, Which Will Re
Leonard E. Wheeler of Qrennleaf, Kan.,
brother of Frank K. Wheeler,, who was
murdered by an unidentified person In a
mysterious and brutal manner Friday
evening, arrived at Omaha over the Mis
souri Pacific at 6:30 last night. He went
to Coroner , Bralley'a morgue at 9:30 to
view the body of his unfortunate relative.
He easily recognized the remains, and aa
he knew nothing of the sad affair except
what he had read In the papers he asked
anxiously for more details and develop,
ments. He said he knew little of his
brother's affairs during the last few yeara,
but he could not believe ne had done any
thing to merit such a fate. He intends to
stay until after the inquest, and It Is his
desire to send the body to Qreanleaf for
burial. He will ask to see Mrs. Frank
Wheeler today and -secure her permission
to that arrangement. A younger brother
from Topeka Is expected to arrive and
accompany the remains o the old home.
Mr. Wheeler aald It will be hard for the
aged mother and he will try not to allow
her to sea the bruised face of her son. .
"Frank has had hard luck for a long
time. His first wife, by whom he had thtee
children, now being cared for by my mother
and alster. died from consumption, and we
fear one of the children will go the same
way. He aent money at different times
for the care of the children, but, although
he nearly always had work, he had streaks
of 111 luck frequently. He was well liked
everywhere so far aa I know, and could
not have deserved thla. I trust nothing
will be left undone to capture the mur
derer." Inquest to Be Held Monday.
The Inquest will In all likelihood be held
Monday afternoon, after which the body
will be disposed of aa may by that time 1m
decided. It Is not expected the wife will
object to Ha burial by the family. The
Firemens' union haa taken the matter up
to see that proper care is taken of tho
remains of the dead fireman and the presi
dent waa Instructed to confer with Leon
ard Wheeler when he ahould arrive. Mr.
Wheeler will stay with the family of
Adolph Browu, 1710 Cuming atrtat, Mrs.
THE TALK-O-PHONE FACTORY
Viaw from Central Ave., Showing
, ' i ' ',v -if-
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a 1 1 n .v.-v
View Showing Wagon Entrance.
no additional factory space or machinery
to turn out TV) machines a day, and, re
member, these- 750 machines a day mean
over $1,000.00 annual profit. ...
A Few Words About the Product of
tho Great Factory.
This machine Is a superior type of. the
oi.ie reproducer and up-to-date in every
particular. It is made in various grades
and models, ranging in retail price from
$1V0i1 to .ono each. In addition to all such
desirable features as multiple springs to
give it long running power and permit
winding while in operation; governor con
trol to Increase or decrease speed, thereby
raising or lowering key; taper arm with
revolving horn; the Tn Ik-O-l'hone also haa
the MKCHANk'AL KKK1, a device which
moves the reproducer across the record In
dependent of the scratching of the needle.
This wonderful new device renders the New
Taper Arm Talk-f i-i'hone a marvelous
sound reproducer and n great record saver.
Appreciating that the grating, grinding
noises of all iur: reproducing machines are
obnoxious, we have been experimenting for
Brown being related to the Wheeler fam
ily. Tht re were few developments in the case
yesterday. From a memorandum book In
the dead man's pocket the fact Is revealed
that since last Murch lie had given Mrs.
Reynolds, whom he married later, a cer
tain sum each payday which she was to
deposit at the Hoston Store bank. No
account was found at that Institution to
show" the receipt of any such funds. The
poll co have been busy working up the
clues started upon, the one receiving the
greatest favor now being the life Insur
ance. Several I'nder Arrest.
Frank K. Wheeler was found lying beside
the wulk In a dark portion of Fourteenth
street nenr Mason lit 7:45 o'clock Friday
night by Charles Welsh, an employe of the
Busch Transfer company. Three wounds on
the head told how he had died. The wounds
were caused by some heavy blunt Instru
ment delivered with great force. There
had been no struggle. Foot steps In the
soft mud nettrhy indicated that the assail
ant had sneaked up behind Wheeler and
dealt a stunning blow unawares.
Mrs. Wheeler, wife of the dead man; Cal
Welnenger, her brother, and James Dlggs,
a colored former convict, with whom she la
said by the police to hsve had intimate re
lations since the incarceration of her for-
m us aju sihh gum
wv- i. ,a..f .-
Th Cod Lh tt Oil Bmultiom -Par Exctllnci."
Bistorts Health by Building Tlssui
Because the Human Body must
have fat to supply energy to the
tissues, Ozoniulsion contains the
purest of natural Fats, Cod Liver
Oil and Glycerine. Without ani
mal fat in some easily digested
form, the Body would starve. Qzo
mulsion replaces the lost energy
of oxidization in the best know
manner to science.
For Wasting Diseases
(lakes Good the Lost Tissue
Beneficial Results are Obtained after
the First Dote.
There are two sises aVas. and It-ei. Bottles;
tb Formula It pnataoj in T languages oa esca.
H FiB fit. Ne Xork.
Office Buildings in r-"orgrojn j.
mm hm' km
the pHst tsir to perfect a Talk-O-Phone
that would be entirely free from all foreign
sounds and only reproduce the pure musical
tones. We found that the dragging of the
needle In order to propel the reproducer
across the record was the cause of all the
trouble. To obviate this we Invented the
MKCHAN'ICAI. FEED, a device to propel
the reproducer across the record entirely
independent of the needle. The marvelous,
clear reproductions resulting from this new
device must be heard to be appreciated.
This, too. Is a great record saver, for there
la no chance to scratch the needle across
It will be observed that the ctt
Talk-I)-I'hnnr operated nn thin prln
el pie nets entirely anrnr from the
old fundamental principle of re p ro
ll n el n h; machines, namel, the needle
Onr pntents on this new device are
very broad, nnd this n rrnnarrment ean
not be used on another machine. We
do not operate under any shop riahta
or license from any one.
Our present output Is sold to about 41 of
the largest and strongest concerns in this
mcr husband, Jonas Reynolds, at the slate
prison, are under arrest. The fact that
Wheeler carried $4,000 Insurance on his
life, at last half of which was payable
to his wife, led to the arrest of theBO
persons to await Investigation.
OPERATORS JEXPECT STRIKE
Twenty Thousand Miners May fin Ont
la Southwestern District
KANSAS CITY, Feb. 21. The Southwest
ern Coal Operators' association, which com
prises the fields of Missouri, Kansas, Okla
homa, Indian Territory, Arkansas and
Texas, met here today to hear the report
of the scale committee that went to Indian
apolis to confer . with the United Mine
Workers and to discuss the situation.
Nearly 100 operators were present.
Before going into the conference W. C.
Perry, president of the association, said:
"I am satisfied, and so are all coal op
erators, that there will be a strike among
the miners. It is inevitable, and, this being
admitted, the members of our association
considered It feasible to get together and
talk the situation over. In the event of a
strike JO.imO miners will be voluntarily out
of employment in Missouri, Kansas, Texas
and the territories. The committee that
attended the Indianapolis convention will
make a formal report. This In Itself, how
ever, will la; but a mere formality, as the
members have fully informed themselves
on what transpired there at the time."
Judge J. C. Tarsney, another member of
the scale committee ihat went to Indian
apolis, said in an interview that he had no
hope of anything being done to avert a
WOULD FORFEIT LAND GRANTS
Congressman I.acy latrodures Bill to
Retara I nearned l.aad to
WASHINGTON. Feb. 2t-To clear the
titles of hind granted to rallrouds existing
only on paper, Representative Lacey (la.)
has introduced a bill for forfeiture of land
grants made bv the government to railroads
under the right-of-way act of 1ST5. where
railroads failed to build their proposed
lines within five years after location.
PRIMARY LAW IN CHICAGO
First Trial of ew Method of elect
las Candidates Proves a
B access. v
CHICAGO. Feb. 24. The new primary
law, by which candidates for office are
voted for by the people Instead of being
ucmlnated la caucus, waa tried la Chicago
v-5SaaaS5Iam : J
of Omaha to
1518-20 Harney St.
AMERICAN TALKING MACHINE CO.
515 SOUTH 16th STREET
for nny information regarding the Talk-o-Plione or the Talk-o-Phone
company. Both concerns handle Talk-o-Phones in
Address subscriptions for stuck tu A. L. IRISH, President
Talk-o-Phone Co., Toledo, 0.
country who handle talking machines.
These connections, as you tan see by
the following list, extend from the Atlan
tic to the Pacific.
P. 8. Johnaon A Co., 8atllt, Wash,
tonruy Piano Co., St. I,oui. Mo.
1 P. Crony to., .Otlnnrapolia. Minn.
J. t. Oroana & Co., Cincinnati! obio.
C. W. Manln riano Cn . Detroit, Mlib.
llajras Mu.lr Co., Toledo. Ohio.
Hutler Hroa., St. Leu In. Mo.
Mt-nraal Un.. Mllaaukei Wl
Amarlran Talking Machine Cn.. Omaha. Nab.
WtllUm Doorfllngar Co.. Lt rrua. Wla.
Alrxander Klyra Cu., Atlanta, (la.
llnaura Mfi. Co.. New York Clly.
krru Talking Mai-hina Co.. Phlla.lf Iphla. 1'a.
Slrarl, I'mipar ti Co.. Chli-aao, III.
John M. Smrth Co., I hli-aao. III.
rhlcaao Mumv Co.. Chliaao. III.
William Tm,k A Uro.. I hu-aao. 111.
S'lulhern Caliloriiia Mu'li.-i'n., In Augrlaa, l al.
Kl lei a Piano lidue. Taconia, Wanh.
t'owera & Itenry, Ptttetmrg. t'a.
l-larsrr Ac illlsa, llubuqua. la.
Natlnnal Piano Co., Lanatna;. Mlll.
Wlllard Uryant, 2IJ Wootlvanl Ave., llalroll.
Neal, Clark & Neal. BulTalo N V.
c. B. Runaa, Nea York City.
William Toiik A. Brn. Co., Inc., New Y.irk Clly.
MnsKnariti A llerlai:h, Philadelphia, Fa.
Hutler llr.i... Chliaao, 111.
Kuilolpli Wurlltier 'o , Clilrago, ill.
Jamen 1. ),youa, Chliago. III.
Knhler A- C!ia, San Kram-lat-o. Cal.
Kllera I'Ihiio llt.Uht', Spokane, Waah.
Kllcia I'tanu llnuic. rorllanil, ore.
Theodore K. Ilerite) Co., 1'lttaburg. Pa
Mlnneaoia Phonosraph Co.. St. Paul, Mian.
W. C. DeKon-eal k- Son. New (ail. Pa.
Nat. Automata- Fire Alarm Co., New Orleans.
Charlea N. Klaher, Houston, Tex-
The Petnii-ky Co.. Auntln, Tex.
Krllpaa Munii:al Co., Cleveland, O.
Talking Machine Co., Kocheater. N. T.
Carlin a Leiinoa, lnillanapulla, Ind.
Bernheimer Uroa. Baltimore. Md.
Brown, Page A Hillman Co., Peurla. ill.
That these roncerna handle Talk O'Phonee la
quantltlea ou may Judge from thia Hat of a few
of our order :
Kohler & Cliaee. San Franclm-o, Cal., required
a aliened contract from us agreeing if naceenary
to lurnlsh them g.Otai machine par month for
T. F. Rentel Co. gate order Jan. :'9. iao, tor
II. fi. Johnson Co.. Seattle. Wash., ahlpped
them l.ooo machines Sept. 21, IK; er,o machlnea
Oct. 1', 15: l.nou machlnea Oct. i.
Shipped Filers Piano House. Kpokane, Waah..
1.3MI machines Sept. It. lei.
Southern California MuhIo Co., Los Angeles,
gave one order for 130,0(10.
John M. Smyth Co., Chicago, gave order Jan.
13. ixi. for two machines.
Cnnroy Piano Co., St. Louie, Mo., nearly
always order carload at a time.
P. J. Powers. BulTalo. N T . bought carload.
A London house gave order for 9360.000 worth
Oottdlner V Wlchl Co.. Cleveland, Ohio, gave
one order for 10,000 machines.
American Talking Machine Co., Omaha, Neb.,
bought a? machlnea. one order, Jan. a. loot.
Minnesota Phonograph Co.. St. Paul, Minn.,
bought l.lot) machlnea, one order. Jan. t, 1004.
Suheicribe at Once So You May Xot Fail to Kecurc This Stork.
If you desire further particular before subscribing, write at once. Kor remem
ber, only the first tlOO.OdO.ut) will be sold at SK.50 cash (JIO.Ou Installments) per
share, after that $12.50 per share. Also remember that any semi-annual dividend
paid in July will be allowed for 6 months' time -on stock purchased before Marcrt
lllth, 19i. It Is surely not stereotyped to say to you on this proposition ACT NOW.
The privilege is reserved of withdrawing the stock from the market at any
time development of the business would Indicate the advisability of such action.
It is offered now at considerably less than Its earning value In the estimation of
the directors, and will positively be advanced 2o after the first lluO.ooo.Oi) is sold.
FUI Out, Cut Off and Mail Thia Coumii Today. -
TIK TALK-O-PHONE COMPANY. Toledo, Ohio.
DEAR SIR: I hereby subscribe for shares, full paid and non
assessable stock of the capital clock of the Talk-O-Phone Company of Toledo.
Ohio, and agree to pay you J dollars per share (19.50 per
share if your remittance pays your subscription in full, or 10.no per share if
you pay on Installments of $1.01 now and $1.00 per month per share).
I enclose herewith my remittance
City ' '. Stnte...-
NOTE If you have t!X.00 or can save Jin.oo per month lor ten months you
ran own ten shares In this company and enjoy the large dividends and incrcHse
in value of the stock. You will never regret subscribing for all you can pay
for, either cash or monthly installments.
today for the first time, and proved a de
cided success. There was less trouble and
fewer complaints than in previous prima
ries under tho old system, but two repoit
of fights being received during the day, and
these were of minor Importance.
WOMAN ACCUSED OF MURDER
Josephine Term nova gays he Killed
Man Because of Ills Abase
NEW TORK. Feb. If Josephine Pollari
Terranova. a 17-year-old Italian matron,
who. It Is alleged, stabbed Gaetano Rigglo
and his wife, with whom she had made her
home before her marriage two months ago,
was arrested today. The charge against
the young woman Is murder, as Rigglo
died today from his wounds. Mrs. Riggio's
condition is somewhat Improved.
After her arrest Mrs. Terranova told the
police that she stabbed both Rigglo and his
wife. She asserted that she was Justified
by the treatment which she claimed to
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is not a simple
cough syrup. It is a strong medi
cine, a doctor's medicine. It cures
hard cases, severe and desperate
cases. Especially good in bronchitis,
pleurisy, consumption. Ask your own
doctor all about it.
We have no secrets! We publish
the formulas of all our medicines.
Maae ky the . O. Aye Oa.. Leerell, Mesa.
Alas Meaanaaturers af
ATBt't HAIR YlOOI-rer tks hair. ITER'S PILL-Fo soaatlpattoa.
ATBR't tAJutAPASILLA Fst O Used. ATXB'S AG US CURB For malaria aad IfM.
Vast Fortunes Made in Pat Op
Mrtunitios Which Can lie,
Duplicated in Tills Kntcrprlsc.
Io yon remember that the stork of
the Amcrlcfin Screw Co. sold at 6c per
share WHEN THEY NODDED
MONEY and went steadllv up to inOO
per share. A man invested lluO In this
and found himself worth one million
Standard Oil Stork went begging at
Oc per share. It Is now selling at over
luOO per share. JUi Invested In this
stock III Its early iluys means iiOO,
The history of Western 1'nion Tele
graph reads much like this, as does
tile Hell Telephone.
lo you appreciate that when this
company earns net $1.i.o0ii per year
(and we have cli-urly shown how this
can be done In two years time) this
stock we are now selling lor JKi.00 per
share will lie worth l.tmOu er share.
What Your .Money Should F.arn.
:.n cash or 110.00 paiahle It. On down and
tl.oo a muiuh for t months will buy 1
share of tm-k. par value tin. no, esti
mated value within ene year -.0o. within
two years $.",0.no. Ilurlna these two yeara
estimated UWIdeiid S8.U0.
Iinm cash or tzo.wi payable fa. Oil down and
I;' is) a month for t montha will buy 2
slimes of slock, par value Slots), esti
mated value wltlitn one year IMVial, within
two yeara llfio.no. During these two yeara
eliuiated dividends 00.
IT.io cash or SMt.tai payable S-' 00 down and
S-i-tx) a month for months will buy i
aliarea of stock, par value 110.00. esti
mated value within one year S125.0O,
'within two years S0.ih). During thnsa
two year estimated dividends llfi.OO.
195.00 cash or lioo. oo payable llo.oo down
and 110.00 a month tor t months will
buy 10 shares of stock, par value 110 00,
estimated value within one year S0.00.
Ouiing theae two yeara estimated divi
S1XI.00 cash or SWO.OO payable S'.'O.OO down
and S'-'O.OO a month for 9 uuinths wtll buy
20 shares of stock, par value $10.00, esti
mated value within one year 5oo.oo,
within two yeara Sl.ow. During these
two yeara estimated dividends Sao. 00.
1476.00 cash or S.'.ofl oo payable SoO.OO down
and $.',0.00 a month for a months will buy
;0 sharea of atock, par value $10.00, esti
mated value within one year S1.S50.ihi,
within two yeara 12,r.'i ik). During these
two years estlmuted dividends Slo.00.
$950.00 tai-h or Sl.ono.oo payable Sion.oo down
and 1100 00 a month lor months will
t buy 100 sharea of atoek, par value $10.00,
estimated value within one year St.fioo.is,
within two yeara So.0oo.00. During these
two yeara estimated dlvldenda SS00.no.
S4. Tin. 00 cash or Ss.oon.00 payable SSOO.m
down and S.'iOO.OO s month for montha
wtll buy aoo shares of slock, par value
$10.00, eatlmated value within one year
S12.&O0.00. estimated value within one year
During these two yeara estimated divi
have received at Riggios hands since she
was IS years old. Khc told her husband
of Riggio's treatment and he refused to live
with her. the girl said, and for thia reason
she attacked both her undo and his wife.
She said she bought a knife for the pur
pose and had it ground into the shape ot a
Chamberlain's Cough Itemed? Aeta
on Nature's I'lau.
The most successful medicines are those
.hat aid nature. Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy acts on thla plan. Take It when you
have a cold and it will allay the cough, re
lieve the lungs, aid expectoration, open the
secretions and aid nature In restoring th
system to a healthy condition. It is famous
for Its cures over a largo part of the civil
ized world. Thousands have testified to ;ts
superior excellence. It counteracts any
tendency of a cold to result In pneumonia,
The following marriage licenses have
Frank Jansky, South Omaha
Mary Zellngrove, South Omaha 3
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