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March XI. 10.
TIIE OMAHA ILLUSTRATED BEE.
What They Though!
kOW many changes fifteen years
HI make, Mjwlallr In the lives of
I hitr.ti iHiini .
make, especially In the lives of
school fhlldreh. Is strikingly ex
emplified by a little booklet that
has come Into the hands of The
pee, embodying a compilation of sentlmenta
written out by pupils In the Central achool
of Omaha In tho year
" The title pace says that It Is an annual
souvenir, originated and published by Lrn
R. Hare of this city, and its contents In
dicated by these Inscriptions:
"Original thoughts of the children from
t to 14 years."
"Young America In meditation."
"Never before suggested In any school
"Bright thoughts are the foundation of
"How many of us have written thoughts
given In our school dnys?"
In order that these embalmed thoughts
may again see the light of day and re
joice the young people who gave utter
ance to thpm. The Bee reprints them here
as they will surely disclose old friends
to old readers who will peruse them.
lle Goeti (age ft-When I grow up I
am going to get married.
Zorela Barrlger (age 7) I wish Decora
tion day would be all the time.
' Annie Lucas I wlah I had a dollar.
Ira Green I think it Is nice to be good.
Ray Ollstrap When I get to be a man
X am going to be an artist.
Jean Falconer (age C) Bugs can etlng
Gcorgle Hobble (age T) Girls are made
to not come late to school.
Isabel M. Phoenix (age 8) When you go
to school you should be good and learn
your lessons and be good to your teacher.
Earn Emerson As It ta In the year 1890
X think a storm Is coming up.
Harry Walker (age 7) A fly is made of
Freddy Faith (age T) If all of u were
In the school house and It fell over and
the seats and everything else there. It
would kill all of us.
Charley Mathews (ag o)-I go to church
Ora Crabb (age 7)-The stars are made of
fire. 1 heard a bird sing cheer upl Cheer
Earnest Paul (age 6) I see the moon and
the moon cannot see me.
Linn Donald (age 6) Flower are good
to smell and to wear, but It takes
lots of work to keep them In bloom. Don't
you know it T '
: Walter Nells (age 7)-I think th star
are made of (Ira. And the sun 1 mad of
Walter Yates (age 7)-The star are blu
and th sky Is white and blue. Th
thunder comrs when the wind come.
George Houllston (age 7i We pray In
church and the preacher preaches to you.
Tracy Manning (age I) The lightning I
a flash of fire. I am afraid of It.
-' Eva Uralnard (age 10) If I had somo
bread and butter I would eat It I dreamed
of you last night.
Willie Galbraith (age 7)-When X am a
big man I will save my money until X get
lot of It.
: Harry Churchill (age 9) Away down In
th Rocky mountain Hon and bear live.
If a man go down thr h will get
Edna Bralnard (age T) In th night th
moon 1 out and th stars. I think th
moon I made out of sonis of th sun.
Ruth Johnson (ag 7) Som cloud ar
mad of fir. Othr cloud ar mad of
Margaret Burnham-I am glad I hav a
father and mothr and a house to sleep In.
Earl Blythln-There Is ham Inside of a
pig and you can make aausag of It.
Charlc. Johnaon-When I wa out to e
a war a soldier shot a man
John Wythin-I think It 1 nlc to hair
u carrot because thev call vou when they
i7r uu vtci mv nit f
Frd Olson-My llttl brother think
about our dog. At aummer tlm I wam
and had very much fun and dived In th
water and learned to swim.
Robert Evans A polite boy will clean hi
feet before he goes Into the house.
Fay Weible I wonder how people take
pains to make things.
Emily McKell Papa was In the war and
he fell asleep when the other men were
Willie Stephenson t hope I can keep a
livery atable like my father If I can have
as many horses and carriages.
Blanch Plrley My father was a soldier
In tho army and he was a prisoner.
Bailie Beard One time I caught a fly
In a box' and he got away and I wonder
where he went
Bertha E. Ellis We have a little dog at
home. It Is my little cousin's. It will play
Mtldred Oapen I am going to bring you
some arrle when I coma from the coun
try. Annie Rldllng I would like to get an In
vitation to go to your house and atay a
Carrie Corbett Girls do the cooking and
I think we could not do without food.
Charles Morsman I wish there were r.o
burglars because they steal and kill.
Burt Tolmage I got a picture of the
Brownies' book. They dlv tn th water
Bessie Dufrene I think th sky look
beautiful at night when th stara ar out.
Lizzie Allen The beautiful flowera ar
withering and are all closing up.
Cameron Brown I think ther ar some
maxim under th un scarce worth preser
vation. Lizzie Hoffman-I think the world I
round and not flat.
Caulfleld Coburn Last night I thought
our barn would aurely blow down.
Charlea Shiverlck, Jr. I thought the mud
puddle waa deep.
Blanch Hungate The sun appears In th
east and disappear In the west.
Hannah KalUler I thought the trees,
graas and yard looked very nice, neat and
Leah Walker I thought there was a city
named Candyland, but I know now ther
Susie Belles I think th tree look nlc
when the leave are oomlng out
Marguerite Ponder I thought I would
get a doll Christmas and I did get two.
Maud Sunder I thought there were
falriea, but I know now there are none.
Essie Denlse I think the illy is the most
while, pure and lovely flower there la and
Cleanses and beautifies tho
teeth and purinea the breath.
Used by people of refinement
fcr over a quarter of a cntury.
Convenient for tourists.
th vlolrt i the mwkfit and most modest.
Jessie Ooets-I think the summer will be
lona and Meaaant.
Charks Stephen 1 usd to think If you
would walk to the end of a ra!nlow jou
would get lota of money.
Orare Nlchola I think the ground looks
very beautiful when It la covered with
Edith McKenslo I think It would be very
nice not to have one rreen card given out
this month In the Central achool.
Jennie Taylor I am -thinking about going
to South Dakota on a visit to relatives this
Agnea W. Emerson My thought that the
aeuign ib prettier wnen cui oui invnn
Avery Lancatr-I used to think there
were ghosts, 'but now I know there are
Fred Lewis I thought It rained very hard
I thought the trees were loving;
And the flowers beautiful.
The little birds singing.
And the bees humming.
Edith W. Bnell We used to think the
earth waa flat, but now we know it la
Selma Andres At first 1
earth waa flat, but now I
changed mykpy, he thinks he la flirty.
Shelly P. Barrlger I thought there were
no men on earth, but now there are some.
Edith Walker (age 9) I think the moun
tains are very pretty.
George Budlong (ago 10) The motor goes
very fast and most little boys like to ride
Robert Bums (age D Up In the moun-
tains Is near the sky. When I go away this
summer I will go up the mountains and
Into the clouda.
Edward Olson (age 10) When the fisher
man catches a lot of fish he goes and sells
Morgan Sherwood (age 10) There are
planets In the heavens shooting stars. I
have seen them. Did you ever notloe that
tar near the moon?
Eular Overall (age 7) Look up in the
whero the thick clouds die.
Julia hortllff, (age 9) The rainbow Is a
very pretty ribbon. It has all colors, green,
blue and many other pretty color.
Mary Bath (age 9-The fishes do not
drown when thsy ars In the water,
Clifton McDonald (age 9) The whistle on
the steamboat Is whistling very loud be-
cause there 1 a dog In the way.
Julia Jackson (age lb) Th cat is In the
kitchen. At night the rat come up and
tats th oheese and the cat catohe th rat.
Phoob Smith (age 9)-Th railway car
go chl chl ch! ' and th smoke comes out
of I he chimney top.
Annie Richardson (age 11) I think the
stars are made of fir and that they are as
big a th world.
Harry Buckingham (age 9) The elephant
I strong, and, a you see, his ear are
Herman Drelfua (age I) Th red-headed
coon jumped out of th moon.
Harry Schmidt (aga 10) Onoe ther wa
a llttl mouse and he said, "Hal hat thl
I my house."
Kitty Polaok (ag 10)-Th hair of th
hot- Is very coarse.
Emma Swanson (age 11) The big rnut
one want to school.
Rosa Dewey (ag U)-Ther wa a llttl
urky and it wa very dirty.
M,ry EvRn" thlnk bring
.w n.i, v..,v,,vt mi iu iui
Amy Whitman (ag )-Th man In th
tnoon ,ook" wn m "en X m playing,
Nttl Lancaster (age 10-Ood love the
mtIe 0Mt that & "d go to
"unday whool .v.ry Sunday and ll.ten to
tn klnd wora, thRt th Prche'
Th Prohr says that iom of the moun-
taln' M nl,h tn 0,oud-
v vKviiiwci ta Aiitj iua MUU
W M 1 1 .
Bnnl Brodley (age ll)-Th three black
tt0 M unar th 'r" '"W
Loui Emerson (age ) I used to go out
at nn and watch the dog talk to the
juva liockteiiow (age ) The star ar
shining bright in th dark, dark night.
Willie Lucas (ag 10) I wonder how thn
little seeds make trees, and flowers, and
grass, and clover, and berry bushes.
Francis Llnela The tree are beautiful.
Omaha Evangelical Lutheran Zion Church
Th proposed new church edifice of the sixth and Charles streets. A chapel waa tlon Is to be 100 feet In height, th smaller
Evangelical Lutheran Zion congregation la
soon to b erected on the beautiful site at
the northweat corner of Thirty-sixth atreet the leaat possible cost. A Sunday school
and Lafayette avenue. The lot 1 61x1824 waa organised and the work waa super
feet, centrally located for It purpose In a vised by the people from th down-town
thickly settled Swedish-American neighbor- mother church. John V. Carlson, the pres-
hood. Where there is a most Drnmislnir
assurance of a large, self-supporting con-
gregatlon in the future. A mission waa
started here some years ago by th
Swedish Lutheran Immanuel church of
Omaha and a lot was bought at Thirty-
j .5 i 3 ri 3
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i r r r l r . s
Mr 'V 1 '' ''imi"
IDE ELEVATION OF PROPOHEI CHURCH OF THE EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN ZION CONGREGATION AT THIRTT
tolXIU bTKi-KT AND Ur Al tTia AVK.M'E.
When They Were
We can alt under them and have a aUe
time eating our dinner. We have a great
many new bouses In our city, some of them
beautiful. We once was little, now we
grown to be big.
Robert Morse (age .) First It lightning,
then It thunders and then It ruins.
Gertie Goble (age 8) The flowers are very
pretty and they are very nice to smell.
I like rosea the best.
Klla Ctotton (age 8) When I grow up
and get married t am going to be very
careful who I marry.
Mary Wood (age 9) The mountains are
great high hills with rocks on them, and
sometimes you ace
little brooks among
very muddy and we drink river water
when It Is purtlled.
Albert Miller (age 8) -I thought the
flowers were all dead last winter.
Louie Swartzlander (age t) The rata are
In the cellar and they come up into the
kitchen and eat our fo'od.
Bammle Meyer (age 9) The trees are
made of wood and there are different kinds
Margaret Curtis (age 9) The grans is
green and Is nice to sit on and people hit
Julia Wltman (age 9) Look at the tur-
Harry Hoyman (age 9)-I think bullfrogs
Joseph Birkhauner (age 10) There was
once a little dog that was very cute, so
one day he ran off with his master's boot.
llarlean Curtis (age 7) There was a red
headed monkey that rode on a long-eared
Blodwen Humphrey (age 9) The pig and
the dog had a great fight. The struggles
and was puzzled with an old knife.
Ora Moore (age 9) The big black bear
went to the fair.
Mable Stephens (age 8) I think a monkey
would like to ride on a donkey.
Jake Darst (age 10) A Kttle kitty is Very
Gllun Curtis (as 10) I think a dog Is
sometimes a hog, and especially when ho
la In a bog.
Harry Hobble (age 9) A cat and a rat
had a fight with a bat. A dug and a pig
dance a funny little Jig.
jtana iwia tage iuj-mow me lamo aoe
run when the day Is begun.
Orac Oapen (age S)-I hear th bird
singing and I see th green leave and
the pretty flower.
Ray Phillip (nge 9)-The butterflle are
pretty ; their wings are bright.
Watson B. Smith (age 8)-I think the
birds are very pretty when they are In
Webster Benham (age 8) The butterfly
1 very pretty. It files around with it
pretty wings. I caught a butterfly last
Summer but It died.
Grace Dlckover (age 10) We oome to
achool to study.
Arthur Falconer (age 8) If a boy should
fall and hurt hlmaelf he would cry very
Ernest Cobb I thought that In th early
day they could not hav rifles, to ahoot
with, but they did.
Ethel Hovey I think o often how. happy
I will he when vacation come.
Carl Larson X think Wilbur' border la a
n,M on9- ' .
Sherman Smith I think that people that
make India shawls must get very tired of
working at the one thing so long.
Alio Bcott-I think that eaoh child ought
io Dm mure seii-eaoriiioing.
Christ said that th good peopl should b
placod on Hi right hand aid wa becaus
the right hand la of the moat use, and th
bad ones at his left hand side becaus that
Is not of o much use.
Belle Roblsoa-I think it would be very
pretty to draw an umbrella.
Lynn Robison I think w ar about
through with school and soon will b hav
Ing a nice time in vaoatton.
Mary Petty (aged 10) Poor Ed bumped
his head on his little bedstead.
Mable Darst (age 9)- A donkey Is
nke a monkey because he la so spunky.
TTunntA TTicMa T Itnnw
a little rooster
that didn't say hi
prayers. They took
him by the hind lega and threw him down
stairs. Dora Dunham (age 12) Once there waa a
little kitty who used to sing a lltle ditty.
Charlie Gardner (age 10) De black nigger
purchased and moved to the premises and
another basement story added to It at
ent Daator of this church, was later culled
by the Nebraska conference, a a mission-
ary of the northweat In Omaha and South
Omaha. He, accepted and arrived in his
field of labor in March 1902. In June of the
same year the Zion congregation waa or-
ganlzed with only twenty-two charter
members. Today this organization num-
bers 131 members of whom eighty-eight are
communicant members. Th Sunday
school hus Increased to an enrolled mem-
bership of 123. only twenty-six children.
belonging to families inalde of church.
The different church societies ar in a
flourishing condition, all working hard for
their new church structure and more com-
modloua quarters that have been a neces-
slty for years.
Th proposed new edifice is a two-story
building 40x77 feet in dimensions. The
first story is to be built of rock-faced
cement blocks and the second story 1 to
be veneered with pressed prick. The larg-
est of the two towers on the front eleva-
tr. v" rW -rr
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. i'l.".. ' ' -vy-E mv-:iir sn-.-. V.:.. 1
In Europe says de Hon h la a ferocious
Richard Morrill (age t) The dog and the
pig stole an old nan a wig.
Amy Arthur (ago 9) I think the donkey'a
mane la very hard to train.
Blanche Thompson (age 10 The big Old
bear has long black hair.
Daniel Denlse (age ) I think the
elephant looks very elegant.
Lillian Snell (age 9) The snake and Mr.
Blake went across the lake.
Edith Gllstrap (age 11) A big fat fish
swam in a dish.
Llllle Field (age ll)-Tne man In the
moon peeped out too soon and he saw It
was only noon.
Eddie Richardson I think the ground Is
very pretty when It Is covered with tall,
Blanche Miller Sometimes I think. "Why
do people die?"
Fred Bunder I thought the dog WU dead.
Nina Swanson I think It look! very
beautiful when the ground Is severed With
Helen Adams I thought Santa Clam
could be seen when I wal small, but how
I know he cannot.
Mary Lamar (age 9 t Imagine that en a
quiet moonlight night the grasshopper
have a ball. They all catch arms and
whirl around as fast as they oan. Then
naw off ihm Of the lllypads
which they get upon and go gliding down
the smooth lake.
Forest MacFarland (age 10)-On the Rocky
mountains horses run wild. I would Ilka,
to go there and catoh tome of them.
Fred Patrick (age 10) The boards are.
made from trees. The tree are out down
and the bark taken off.
Alice Wllletns (age 10) One afternoon In
May the rose bloomed and It was gay.
Tern Marty The castle 1 on th high
hill. It I very nice in the castle.
Tommy Humphrey (arra 10) If th rain
wa to touch you It would make you soak-
Mry Chapman I think th printing ma
chines are wonderful.
Leon I think Frederick' drawing; la
Fannie Ward I think It 1 wonderful how
they can teach those horse and dog so
fiirtla Cnrhett t think that all circuses
M ft bB(, pac. for children to go, for they
m,ht b gtolen tr alone
William Kelley-I wish I had 'wing Ilk
a bird that I might fly.
Joseph Swartslander-I think I wa a bad
boy this morning, and X think X hurt your
Alice Soott-I think that If every child
that takes music had the promise that they
could go to Europe If they practice wll
while young they would practice better.
Julia Hofimayr i think this: w had
had enough writing and drawing In thl
Edna Steel (age M Ijnok at the buffalo
running after the bronco.
Pearl Jones (age ID The elephant ha a
trunk in which he carries hi Spunk,
Emma Olson The long-tared donky aet
Hk a monkey.
Oaorgla Kennard (ago ) X think a
monkey la vry spunky
Frances Boott (age A I hav a curly
llttl puppy dog who go out door aud
play with th bullfrog,
George Ringer (age 10)-Th dog and th
hnm had a flt with h tn
Pnk vne.mnn-.when t ... Ar. .
th smelting works I thought th owner
0Ufht t0 be rohi
Pearl Rockefellow-I think that It I va-
J'"0" ,n 1corUon M X will hav o:e
, itl , .
Amanda Burggumst-I think I would
'her draw my other design on another
P'e J m;,h' on
"polled and on aide is kind of wrinkled,
and I would Ilk to hav mtn good,
Morri Drelfus I wish I could go to
Chicago thl aummer to spend th aummer.
Emma Wood-OnoeI thought I waa going
to New York to have a good tlm.
Frederlcka Wessells J think that It Is
queer that Lord Fountleroy should be an
earl and that his name ahould be Errol.
Carl Larson All boys ahould belong to
the temperance association.
Joseph Swartzlander One night when I
wa dreaming I thought an old witch had
tied me to a post and waa going to cut
my head off, and I woke up in a fright.
Goldle Lancaster I think that Robinaon
one fifty feet The height of the side
walls from grade line to roof ta twenty
four feet. Th height of th Interior of
basement from floor to ceiling 1 teu feet;
that of the auditorium la about thirty feet.
On tho first floor ar room for Sunday
school, dlnin rnnm a.nri rvrl nrm with mnri-
em equipments. Th Beating capacity of
the sanctuary. Including the gallery, will
be near to 400. The architecture la to be
strictly Gothlo In style. Rev. C. S. Renlu
of Fort Dodge, la., being the architect
The building committee consist of th
church officers Rev. John V. Carlson,
chairman; Jacob J. Jacobson, treasurer;
N. E. Anderson, secretary; J. A. Johnson,
Herman Skaren, J. P. Samuelson, Nil
Sernar, Charles Peterson, Oscar Peterson,
Axel Johnson and Sanfiid Raamuson; Reva.
P. M. Lindberg of this city, C. 8. Renlus
of Fort Dodge and Messrs. Oscar Ellison
and Olaf Peteraon, both of Omaha, being
advisory members of the committee,
This Is the fifth church to b built by th
Swedish Lutherans in Omaha and vicinity,
Whether th hard-struggling congregation
will be able to complete this structure or
only get it enclosed depends altogether
on the further success of the solicitation
of necessary funds to defray expanses.
s&Ste.. . .... r
Crusoe wished that he had obeyed his
Will Falconer I think they ought to stop
Pearl N. Rockefellow When t think I am
really naughty 1 feet sorry and try never
to do It again.
Louis Cottrell If we would only live un
der Christ's law of . love we Would be
Laura Brunner Nature takes rare of the
grass, flowers and trees, as a parent takes
care of his child.
Edna Robinson The world would be a
weary place without any trees.
Robert Igoe Deerfool was a brave Indian
warrior. I think the geysers of Iceland
Courtney Dale It Is not good for people
to use alcohol.
William iwansnn Traveling a mile a day
you wtll get around the earth some time.
Minnie Muller It la a bad thing for peo
ple and animals to go near the quick sand.
Asa Ihlvertck No man should ever Ha
or ha will never prosper In business.
Julia Merrill Omaha would not be safe
if there were no churohes.
Ouy Ross I wish I tould get 100 In Ger
man and go graph y.
Julia Morris The hands' of the clock work
hard all day.
Irene Test We had examination In goog
taphy this morning and we had to change
Dculah Fleming Be not foolish but be
wise In every action and in every thought.
Willie Godson Water Is composed of ox.
ttn nd hydrogen and ome animal and
James Govt A bee ha a small head,
but know more than some people do.
Emma Moore Pupils who are stupid can
rot help asking questions.
Ethel Morse Twenty year ago tomatoes
were thought poison and war used for
Llllle Tliard If you Ilk to go to chool
you will learn your lesson welt, but If you
don't you wtll be lasy.
Daisy EIrod If you would be Ilk' great
men you would always follow their way.
John Prtty-Why wiM th American cltl-
ren allow English brutality to be carried
on in Ireland the w v It la
Frd Dufren-You find good company In
gooA book. Good book ar found in good
Helen Hoag1ar.d-X think X will Uv and
die an old maid.
Mary Rlley-If an empty wagon that
mAkM the most noise.
idtt Shsrman-Anythlng w cannot have
w alwav lmae-ln in much .center than
t Mftly after w hftV, pension,
Blr(1 Balbach-He who think himself
a man and drink heavily Is not a man.
Emma Wood I think I wa good yester
day. One day I thought I waa drowned.
Lei Cremer fom poet writ many beau
Mary Chapman On that tell one false
hood seldom tells the truth afterwards.
Ernest Rosco Crabb I draampt a witch
carried mi from my bed to a well; when
she gave m a drink I spit diamond and
wok up In a fright.
Louise Cottrell Th song of th tree
toad t beautiful. Th wild wind of the
west are frightful to me. Ther I fairy-
like glory In th rising Mil and unhln
n.'e,,.t.VA. iittu tri t
more than 4 year old said to a llttl boy
a he wss sitting On a chair, and a llttl
boy wa (tending up aaldi "Llttl boy
should stand up and let th ladle alt
down," I thought that shs had a mother
that taught her good manner.
BennI Cotton I think Carl Larson la a
very Ingenious boy.
Frederlcka Wessell I think Evangeline
and Enoch Ardcn ar lovely poem.
Willi Johnson He who la always look
ing out and trying to be a hro will nevsr
Sherman Smith I thought X waa going to
buy a pair of base ball catching glove and
Mabel Barber I think achool ta Osgood
thing, for if there wasn't any you would
not know much.
Philip Echwartt Home la a pleasant
place, but away from home la lonesome.
Anna Schmidt It I a good thing tor
children to go to achool and learn their
Anna Shiverlck You ahould tell the
truth at oil times and all place.
Anna Gapen I think that If there were
more men like Washington the United
Statea would be better.
Bessie Towle Honesty is better than
Rowland Roger It la alwnya best to
peak the truth.
Frank Turney When I grow up I am
going to learn my trade so that I can
earn my living.
Louis Cottrell He that think he know
a great deal seldom knows a much as
' j). ' .BoorJ
y0U "erace yourself
he thinks he does. .Scorn not at kind
Prattle oi the Youngsters
Mabel had always worn high-topped
shoes, much to her own dissatisfaction.
and one day while admiring her mother's
slippers she said:
"Mamma, can't I have a pair of low-
necked shoes next summer?"
Mother Now, Tommy, how often do you
want m to speak to you about that horrid
whistle of yours?
Tommy I ain't particular, ma; ixilt your
"Well, Tommy," said the hostess, when
the meal was over, "what Is ItT"
"Where's th pie?" demanded th llttl
guest "Ma told me not to aak for two
pieces an' I ain't seen on piece yet."
The other boy had called Tommy a liar,
an a flghtln' liar, and told him he dassen't
take It up, relates th Chicago Tribune.
Tommy' fists were clinched and hla eye
were blazing, but he stood there rapidly
repeating something to himself, in ac
cordance with some long standing promise
he had made to hla mother.
"If you'll jlat wait till I've finished sayln
it," he said. "I'll knock the tar out o' you,
Dick Bunker, you plo faced slob! 'But
children, you should never let your angry
passions ' "
The other boy, however, disappeared
around the corner while Tommy' lljs were
It distressed Miss Willing to find how
much ths little girls In her Sunday school
class thought about dress and outward
adorning, relates Youth's Companion. She
lost no opportunity to tell them how slight
was the Importance of such things.
"The reason I didn't come last Sunday
was because my coat wasn't finished," said
small Mary Potter on day, when ques
tioned aa to tier nonappearance the week
before. "My old one had spots on It
that wouldn't come off and a place where
the button bad torn through."
"But, Mary, dear," said the teacher,
gently, "you know It's not th outside that
"Yea'm, I know." said little Mary, "but
Miss Willing, mother had ripped the lining
out, mo ther wwa't any luald to look
m CUDAIIY PACKING CO.,
Gives to your correspondence that refined and
prosperous appearance which demands attention
and produces most profitable results.
The cost is but a little more than the best
We have the only embossing plant In Omaha
operated by power and having presses large
enough for commercial stamping.
"Write for estimate
A. 1. E3oot9 Incorporated,
1210 Howard Street, Omaha, Neb.
"Make aole bend cully ana
The Touriet im ae comfortable aa the old-fashioned cloth
ehoe,. yet a rtyKh at the high priced Paru model.
It feel right; look tight! wear right; cot but $3.00
Sold by the best dealer mrywkn
NORTH STAR SHOE CO. Minneapolis
Quaker Maid Rye
"Th Vhitkey with a IcpntaUon"
IT. LOUIS, 1904
For sal at leading bars,
cafe and drug storts
S. HIRSCH & CO., Kansas City, Mo.
D. A. Sampson, Qen'l Bales Agent, Omaha.
A noo-icoholic mtdicinal be'
enfe, combining th food
extract of malted (pre-digestcd)
Barley and th bittrr tonic es
sence of Imported Hop in ths
most palatable form.
When judged by the Juiy of
expert! at Lewit and Clark Cen
tennial Eipotiuon at Portland,
Ore., 190?, STORZ MALT
EXTRACT wu given Hifhest
Award and Gold Mcdil fur pur
ity and ficellewe. Order cues
It dus. bottle). A4
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
I a wonderful window eienf-iruy
and completely removing all grim and
cum-no matter how thick or hard
crusted-wlthout the need of hard rol
lahltut. a It leave no greasy film bo
Will Instantly l(ven, absorb anfl carry
away dirt that soap will not d''v?
on surfaces where you dar hot u
nd for fear of cratchlng.
Invaluabl too for rlranlng marble
tep. brickwork, aionewor.
(painted or un
tuns, sinus, pon,
pans, k t 1 1 a,
metal work, eto.
Will not Injur
he hand, but
Inave them soft
SOUTII OMAHA, NEBRASKA
rtfswrr'i" V A- vR-iKB,rtjeav.B
lyr between tk inner anil
eoles, especially prepared to
sort oi cushion for the loot.
outwear any ordinary make.
John Fred. Behm
Republican Ca.ndida.te far
Fifty year In Omaha. A aoKller In the
First Nebraska from 1801 to 1806 You aro
not a rood citizen If you do not VOTE at tho
PRIMAIUKS on April 8rd, and at the election
If It 1 within your power to do so.
A FAITHFUL SUBJECT OF K1XO AK.
SAK-BEN XI, THE BEST ORGANIZATION
FOH OMAHA'S INTEHEHT9.
Coat my first vote for A- Lincoln In 1864
and have voted for every republican president
ever since. If lt'a worth anything to be a
good republican, I am entitled to the nomination.
will appear If you use the proper rem
edies to clear your tytUm of Imparities
UKI DR. WKSTMAL'
SEUNA LIVER PILLS
TUB FILL WITHOUT AAJW
Insomnia, Jaundice, Torpid Lrvetv
YOU'LL FEEL SO GOOD
HIXT MORMNO If
Ton take one at bed time.
They work ao nice and eaay.
Contain no opium, no cocaine.
Ingredient purely Tegetable.
TKY ONE HE CONVINCED.
2 Be Per Bottle Poet Paid.
Sherman & McConne! Drug Co.
S. W. Corner ICth and Dodge Bta,
Charles A. Potter
UEXEJIAL MTENOOKAfllEn. J
Dcpoatiun. Ourrrpood;nce, Brief
Work and ftpec,! Beportlng on Sho
Kotice. OT Ally l'UBUO,
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