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THE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY, OCTONKK .11. 1911.
SMITH HEARS GOAL CASE
Federal Official Inquires Into Inter
state Traffic Charges.
MANY TOWNS ARE AFFECTED
Krbratka and Colorado Polata Auk
Ins for Reduction on Tariff
on Coal from Colorado
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
MXCOLN, Oct. 30. (Special.) A hesr
ng Involving coal rates between nearly a
hundred Colorado points and the same
number of towns in this state was held at
l he federal court room In this city today
before Special Examiner J. E. Smith of
the Interstate Commerce commission. In
which the Uurlington, the Colorado &
Southern and Rio Grande railroads are
defendants. The members of the State
Hallway commission conducted the exami
nation of the witnesses for the plaintiffs,
t. l. Powell, rate expert of the Nebraska
commission, was oitjhe stand the greater
part of the day. Attorneys for all of the
railroads Interested were present.
The question affects nearly the same
number of Colorado towns as are af
fected in this state.
The railway commission claims that the
rate of S3.W per ton charged from the
Colorado points to the Nebraska towns is
unreasonable and unjust and that the
rate of $3 per ton would be a Just and
reasonable rate. The towns affected by
this rate are Sanborn. Halgler, Tarks,
Penkelman. Max. Ktratton, Venango,
Urandon. (J rant, Badrld, Elsie, Wallace,
IMckens, Somerset. Wellfleet, Maywood,
Curtis, Moorefteld. Ingham. Farnham,
Trenton, Culbertson. Terry. MeCook. Red
Willow. Indlanola, Hartley, Cambridge,
Kdlson. Oxford, Beverly, Palisade. Ham
let, Wauneta? Enders and Imperial.
Charge la Too Maeh.
The commission states that the rate of
$.1.75 per ton is charged to the following
towns in Nebraska: Marlon, Danbury.
Lebanon. Wilsonvllle, Hendley, Beaver
city, Stamford, Orleans, Carter, Alma,
Republican, Naponee, Bloomlngton, Rlv
crton. Franklin. Inavale. Red Cloud, lis
ter, Guide Rdt-k. r.oswlck. Superior. Ever
sn, Huntley, Ragan, Keene, Norman,
Holstein. Itoseland, Ieroy, Pauline, Spring
Tianch, Fairfield, Clay Center, Harvard,
Inland, Halloran. Brlckston, Ayr. Cowlee,
Angus. Nelson, Smyrna, Edgar, Deweese,
Lawrence, nosemont, Bluehill. Bladen,
Campbell, Upland. Htldreth, Wilcox, Sac
ramento and Mlnden. The commission
claims that the rate of $3.75 charged on
(shipments to these towns is unjust and
dlscrlmnatory as compared with the $3.50
rate to points between Holdrege and Has
tings, Grand Island, Kearney and Aurora.
Deny Ilate Injmst.
The commission asks that the rate be
reduced to $3.50 for transportation be
tween the Colorado points and the points
named. The defendants deny that the
rates charged by them are unjust and un
reasonable and the Colorado Southern de
nies the allegation of the commission that
iho Chicago. Burlington & Qulncy owns
till. 4 per cent of the stock of that road.
The evidence given today before the ex
aminer by Mr. Powell was mainly the of
fering of exhibits of waybills and time
cards of the defendants In possession of
the commission, which show the rates
charged on various commodities from
Colorado to the Nebraska points.
Gives Road Figures.
Mr. Powell gave evidence from the re
ports of the railroads showing the ton
nage carried by trains between points In
Colorado and the tonnage carried between
Colorado points and points In Nebraska.
It nti thown that the tonnage capaolty of
t ho same engines between some points In
Colorado was from 50 tons to 1,050 tons
as compared with the tonnage of 1,660 and
1.0") tons handled between some points in
Nebraska. Some of the points between
which the tonnage capacity of the trains
was shown were Sterling to Palmer, Den
ver to Oxford and Oxford and Holdrege.
It was shown that the tonnage carried
by class II! engine between Sterling; and
j miner was j.juj ions; irom 1'enver 10
Oxford by an 11 4 engine with thirty cars
was 1,190 tons, with fifty cars 1,055 tons;
from Oxford to Holdrege with fifty cars
2.12G tons; from McCook to Oxford 500
tuns more could be handled.
! - T1
Talks in Lincoln
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Neb., Oct. 80 (Special. )
H. A. Iing. millionaire lumberman ot
Kansas City, is the guest of those inter
csted In the rellgloua forward movement
today. In the morning he addressed the
students of Cotncr university on educa
tional questions. At noon he spoke be
fore the Commercial club. He empha
sized the fact that business men .hm.i.i
be behind every movement that tended
to uplift moral and spiritual conditions.
SUPREME COURT ASKED
TO DECIDE CREAM CASE
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Neb.. Oct. 30 (Special )
The supreme court today was asked for
a decision on the right of the state food
commissioner to make a regulation pro
hibiting payment for cream on the tlnv
the cream Is tested.
State Food Commissioner Jackson made
the reguliitlon for the purpose of making
cream testers more uoeurate. At least
a half hour. It is said, is required to
make a test and It l i.i i.. i
slble for a tester to do the work well
when a crowd of nation.
cream. The food commissioner decided
inut u wouio not be fair for the tester
to make payment until the day after the
tests had been made or until the next
delivery was made.
When a suit WAR Mr Jl rf r-A n f t.- 1 1 -m ..
against M. Elam for violating the order
of the food commissioner, the countv
Prosecutor there started an action In
district court against him t.-i. mj -
demurrer and it was sustained by Judge
.w... now an appeal has been taken
to the supreme court for a decision on
...e reguiauon made by the food com-mlssioner.
i I REGISTRATION QUITE LARGE
City Total Beaches 22,579 with Many
Registered in County.
HOWARD MAKES BIG MISTAKE
Waea He Attack Fred More at the
Armoar IMaat He flea's labor
In Men with the ltep.l
The registration in the city of Omaha
Saturday eclipsed the record of the two
previous days by nearly a thousand and
brought the total registration for the
three days up to 22.679. Saturday re
turns recorded S.O0S registrations, while
the second day was but A.K9. and the first
days registration was 8,747.
Returns for Saturday came In slow
Monday and It was not until after 4
o'clock that the Inst precinct had been
heard from. The Fourth distiict of the
Tenth ward was the last to report.
Following arc the total returns from
the twelve wards of the city:
First Second Thltd
day. day. tlav. Total.
First ward Mi sou -14 I.:i4'
Second ward 7.1 4VS 7:i I.Imm
Third wanP SOi .w vj l.kM
Fourth ward .V.s i'77 f!7 1.
Fifth ward tsi 4wl M a. 3.1J
Sixth ward CM 415 till 1.735
Seventh ward ('..! 47 773 l.s',0
Klghth ward ft'ti ;W t:;i l .Mil
Ninth ward Tin) 4ns !,". Mm
Tenth ward S4t 37ii ' '.,:: 1,74.'
Klevcnth ward .... mr ?7'. 7: l.i.vt
Twelfth ward ....l.O'l f.'.n 1.103 i.701
Total S.747 4,S 9.0M :;,.".79
H. HERPOLSHEIMER SUES
TO R0UTEJJNC0LN CARS
'From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Neh r. -m . v
Alleging that the directors of the Lin
coln Traction company have entered Into
a conspiracy for the purpose of depre
ciating the property and business of the
Herpolshelmer store. Henry Herpolshel
mer. owner of one of the largest depart
nient. stores of this . h.. .
a temporary restraining order forbid-
Ull r K a.
-...n .ui company to cease operating
cars as they now run in front of his
store. Hearing as to making the Injunc
tlon permanent will be held two weeks
In the petition filed hv ti-nki.i
the plaintiff asserts that nearly all of
unri-. ot me traction company
own or are Interested in various busl
nesses along Thirteenth street or on O
street and that the nurnnsn t i,
Is o divert traffic In such a way that
ii.e.r Businesses will be helped thereby.
STEALS RIDE, NEARLY
FREEZES,JHEN PAYS FINE
flRAND ISLAND. Vh rw m
clal.)-George Wright was removed from
i..e trucks or a passenger coach on
I'nlon Pacific train Kn. k t.. 1 .
famished condition. He had tied himself
to the trucks underneath the coach at
Rawlins, Wyo.. and rpmaino.t i .1,...
position until tho arrival of the train
nere. .Much, sympathy was at fh-st ex
pressed for him on account nf hi. fo.
Ished and frozen condition. However.
no was taken to the police station with
the purpose of permitting him to recover
from these effects and It nn ,i,.
he had $175 In gold tucked away about
his person, the sympathy gave way to a
charge of violation of the anti-hobo law
and he was assessed a fine of $10 and
Jerry Howard, defeated candidate for
the dcmociatlo nomination for sheriff,
while enjoying the courtesy of the Armour
Packing company In being allowed to
hold a political meeting there Saturday
noon, failed to get away with his Usual
gag among the laboring men.
IUirlng his speech James Jameron, one
of the workmen at Armour's, and several
other employes took issue with Jerry's
gratuitous assertions and Insinuations
against Hove and Sutton, two of the re
Taken unawares, Jerry's "blarney"
failed tit tn and his opponent In the
crowd forced him to admit that labor had
no grievance against Hoye as an em
ployer. Jerry tried to cover his emharrass
inent by a rambling declaration that
Hoye had been the friend ot the special
interests while In the council. "Who
ought for dollar gas," aked the Irre
pressible In the crowd and the employes
ptesent applauded the discomfiture or the
When Howard turned his remarks
against the record of Judge Sutton he
was nut with a storm 6f protests from
his audience with whom the Judge has
always been popular.
Ralph Sunderland of the Cltlsena'
union was making the rounds Saturday
with "Kid" Mc8hane, the democratic
nominee for sheriff, checking up on
The democrats are putting on steam in
their efforts to raise money for the local
campaign In addition to what "Charley"
Fanning Is chipping In. Lee llerdman
and John Power constitute the touching
Around the city hall report has it that
should the democrats capture the court
house, "Joe" Butler, brother of City
Clerk Dun Butler, Is to be transferred
from the city pay roll to the Job of chief
The republican state committee Is to
meet at headquarters in the Millard
hotel Tuesday night for a wlndup session
on the campaign.
a Record Auto Ride
for President Taf t
CHICAGO. Oct. .-Wlth the exception
of a flfty-five-mlle automobile ride in a
cold autumn wind, that swept over Chi
cago's boulevards and parks, president
Taft passed a quiet Sunduy here. He at
tended church In the morning, luncheon
at his hotel with John Hays Hammond.
Postmaster Campbell of Chicago and a
few acquaintances, spoke to several thou
sand nrgroea near the dose of the auto
mobile ride and tonight addressed the Chi
cago Sunday Evening club on "Peace and
The automobile ride through Chicago
today was fast enough and long enough
to place this city In the front rank of
those which have.ntertalned Mr. Taft on
his present trip Vlth flying automobile
Jaunts. He was Tn the road without
Interruption for about one hour and fifty
minutes and In that time made a little
more than fifty-five miles. His average
speed' excluding the periods when he
slowed down, was more than thirty miles
an hour, with frequent bruststhnt brought
the speedometers up to about a forty
milo un hour mark. The boulevards and
parkways over which the president and
the entertainment committee speeded were
crowded with automobiles nnd curious
persons, but those in charge of the ride
were evidently deteiinlifed that there
should not bn a slow moment to It. Thcic
Captain Larsen Rides
Rapids of Niagara
NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y.. Oct. 30.
Cnptaln Klaus Larsen of Hctrolt today
mado ri second Niagara river trip In a
motorboat from the cataract to Lewis
ton. He completed the six-mile trip
through the turbulent water in twenty
five minutes, coming through without a
scratch. Iarsen says he Is through with
Niagara adventures, but next year will
make a trip ucross the Atlantic in his
boat, tho Niagara.
Larsen started from tho Canadian Maid
of tho Mist dock at 1:50 o'clock and
swept under the lower steel arch bridge
five minutes later. Coming into Swift
Drift, where the river breaks from the
calm upper reaches to the rapids, he
veered toward the Canadian side. The
boat rode tho smaller waves without a
tremor, but CHught by the fierce current
about midway of the rapids, it was
hulled up and almost dear of tho moun
tains of water. Once the craft was side
swiped and almost keeled over hy a
comber. The rapids trip took hardly
more than a minute.
As the Niagara entered the whllr Its
engine was working perfectly. Larsen
kept toward the American side of the
pool, but he was caught in a cross cur
rent and was almost drawn into the
vortex. Only the hardest kind of work
with the tiller prevented trouUle.
Once clear of the whirlpool, Larsen
headed the boat up stream In order to
put things in ship shape for the final test
in the Devil's Hole rapids.
He was badly buffeted In the lower
rapids but managed to hold a course
close to the Canadian sldo and nt 2:14
o'clock passed under the suspension
bridge at Lewlston. He had made the
five miles between the bridges In nine
Luraen made his first 1 1 1 1 through
September IS, IftlO. The Niagara, the
host he used today. Is fifteen feet long
five feet si r Indies benni and four feet
deep. The engine Is fourteen horse
power. About 7tXi pounds of sand ballast
JOHN RECTOR' PIONEER
CONTRACTOR. IS DEAD
John F. Rector, a contractor and
builder, who constructed ;W homes dur
ing his twenty-five years' residence In
Oinelia. died Saturday night at his
home, SV;l Sewaid. ut the age of 6:1.
He was bom in tlrcenvillp, Tenn.,
In Kvs. Ills widow and two daughters
survive hlin. The f uncial services will
he held at tho residence. Tuesday after
noon at 2 o'clock. Hev. C. N. Dawson,
formerly the pnst-or of the Walnut Hill
Methodist church, officiating.
YOUNG SIOUX CITY GIRL
TO PRESIDE AT UNVEILING
NKWAUK. N. J , Oct. SO. -A r.'-year-old
girl lepromins; from Sioux City, la.,
to unveil the tublct that will bo dedi
cated hero on November il to mark the
spot where John Cutlln kept Newark's
first school In b.7;. The r.ui In Mar
garet catiin Frnmiier, six generations
removed from tho old m hoolmater. She
will bo accompanied by her grand
mother, Mrs. K. O. llot of Sioux City.
YELLOW FEVER AT HONOLULU
FROM JAPANESE SOURCES
HONOU'Lr, Oct. W.-Much ex. He
nient prevails here as n result of the
discovery In Honolulu today of a case
of yellow fever. The victim Is a Ha
waiian niul he H believed to have been
Infected through the Japanese liner Hoiik
Kong Maru, which recently arrived here
from Central America.
neutralizes the destructive
acids of the mouth cleanses,
preserves and. beautifies the
teeth, and imparts purity
and fragrance to the breath.
Original and Ginulm
Tha Food-drink (or All Agas.
More healthful than Tea or Coffee.
Agrees with the weakest digestion.
Delicious, invigorating and nutritious.
Rich milk, mailed grain, powder form.
A quick lunch prepared in a minute.
Take no substitute. Ask for HORLICK'S.
fSSST Others are imitations
FIREMEN BLOWN FROM
BUILDING AT HASTINGS
HASTINGS, Neb.. Oct. 30. (Special Tel
egram.) Klre of unknown origin, aug
mented by an explosion resulting from
burning vulphur to kill roaches, early
this morning caused damage amounting
t in the Madgett block and Japa
nese restaurant owned by S, Shinto of
Chief Mead and half a dozen firemen
wero blown out of the building by the ex
plosion, but none was hurt. The explo
itive gas formed when the firemen turned
xvater into the room filled with the fumes
of burnt sulphur.
Kink Ilobher Suspect Arrested.
LKATIUCE. Neb.. Oct. 30. (Special.)
A man answering the description of Dan
Carney, the bank robber who recently
scaped from the jail at Marysvllle, Kan.,
In company with Nell Mulcahy, being
held on the same ch irso, la under airuot
"t Oklahoma City. Sheriff Sullivan has
wired a description of Carney to the offi
cial at that 1 lacs and If the prisoner
proves to be the man wanted lie will go
there after him.
How to Safely
Peel Your Face
AVIATOR WALSH MAKES ,
G000FLIGHT IN WEST
BROKEN BOW, Neb.. Oct. GO.-,Speclal
TeleKiam.)-Fully S.000 neonle ...i,..i
the aviation and race meet todav at tho
fair grounds and saw Walah make three
sensational flight against a heavy wind.
The aviator was In the air thirty minutes
and at times was almost Invisible to the
The highest altitude reached was abr it
3,000 fet. The immense crowd was very
enthuhiastlc and gave Walsh an ovation
when he reached the ground. Other feat
ures of the dav were home nn.t
cycle racing nnd a hot foot ball game be. '
iween uroken Bow and Punning, result
h g In a ecore of 32 to 0 In favor of
Broken Bow. Tuesday will be the last
day of the meet.
EVA MAY KRIETER FOUND
GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER
ABERDEEN, S. D.. Oct. 30.-fSpccla:
Telegram. )-After being out since 10:3
Saturday night tho Jury in th ... '
Eva May Krleter at 10:3) this morninti
reiurneu a veraict or manslaughter in thi
second degree for killing her husband
Philip Krleter. February 14. Tho penaltj
is from two to four years in tho state
, : , , , .
CONTRACT LET FOR SERUM
PLANT AT UNIVERSITY FARM
H'roni a Htaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Neb.. Oct. 30. 8pecial.)
The contract for the new $s.ijij) serum
plant to be built at the state farm under
the provisions of an enactment of the
lant legislature was let toddy to W. A
Canipbe'l of this city. Work will ho
Htarted at ouch on the building, which
Is to be two utories high with a base
ment. It will be constructed of red
brick, stucco and cement and will be
thirty feet wide and lis feet long. Eerum
for Inoculating hogs for the purpose of
treating hog cholera will be manufac.
turtd at the plant and will be sold to
tho farmers of the state at the actual
cost of production.
i From lieauty Culture.)
If you have a muddy, sallow or blotchy
tmplexlon. the most sencihle thlpg to do
l to remove It-rather than to patch It
oer or "doctor" it with any osmetic,
rouge or lotion. Tho only way to really
f move the complexion aside from re
porting to an expensive and painful sur
gical operation Is by means of ordinary
inercollzed wax. Sptcad the wax over the
Lite, as you would cold cream, washing
It off In the morniiia. This gradually
ahkorbs the lifeless and the half-dead
outer skin. In minute, almost Invisible
particles and gradually the fresh young
i l.ln beneath beams forth. Then you have
a clear, smooth, velvety, healthy-hned
complexion, tuch aa no unnatural method
can pofslbly produce.
Surluce defects due to weather. III
l oalth or the ravages of time, of courve
flieappear with the discarded skin. Ask
the druggist for an ounce cf pure mer
ci.'.lifd u; this U usually sufficient.
MAN ARRESTED SliQPPPTcn
OF ROBBINGGENERAL STORE
ASHLAND. Neb.. Oct. 30i Special Tel-egram.)-A
man who gave his name as
Harshenbarger was arrested here tl l
afternoon under suspicion of having
iu.ru a quantity or men s furnishings
from the Wahl treneral ilnr. . w ,
- . .jempuis
last week. He was arrested Just as he
was about to take a train for Omaha
Harshenbarger had two suitcases filled
alth fhoes. gloves and other articles
He was taken to Wahoo by the sheriff
Oretna authorities suspect the man of
being implicated In a similar robbery
which recently occurred there.
FISHING POLE THIEF IS
AGAIN UP TO OLD TRICKS
The fikhlog pole thief la again up to
bis old piscatorial tricks, and be dues
not care what be takes, h'undar morning
about 3:30 o'clock he cast a Hoe Into the
room occupied by Mr. and Mr. Rd irl
Xll North Nineteenth ivtno, an 1 1 oke
two pr f cejneta.
2h,rae of our Nte. booklet of celebrated German recipes, just off the
vrS ?! 57, PrCM,S r 1K" bG 8enJ to ar,y address uPn f C(uest- Anyone of the
various menus will delight your palate and doubly so if topped off by a bottle cf
. ! ,,. "-rr i T
ApwleyaMbeer brewed for over 50 years ia the Eood old German way. Yon
should have acaae of Peerless ia your home Write na today.
John Gun J Brewing Co.
La Crosse. Wis
W. C HeyrJen, Mgr- Omaha, Neb.
CaH Fartlt, Distributor, 718 South lC.'h St
tOH COLDS AND HtATMCWA INDIOUTION AND 0UR
STOMACH, CAS AND FERMENTATION, CONSTIPATION AND
BILIOUSNESS. WITH MOST SATISFACTORY RESULTS,
IN THE CIRCLE
ON EVERY PACKAGE 0FTHE GENUINE
THE WONDERFUL POPULARITY OF THE CENU1NE SYRUP
OF FIGS AND EUXIR OF SENNA HAS LED UNSCRUPULOUS
MANUFACTVRERS TO OrFER IM1TAT10N IN ORDER TO
MAKE A LARGER PROFIT AT THE EXPENSE OF THEIR
CUSTOMERS. IF A DEALER ASKS WHICH SIZE YOU WISH.
OR WHAT MAKE YOU WISH. WHEN YOU ASK FOR
SYRUP OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA, HE IS PREPAR
ING TO DECEIVE YOU., TELL HIM THAT YOU WISH THE
GENUINE. MANUFACTURED BY THE CALIFORNIA FIG
SYRUr CO. AIL RELIABLE DRUGGISTS KNOW THAT
THERE IS RUT ONE GENUINE AND THAT IT IS MANU
FACTURED BY THE CALIFORNIA FIC SYRUP CO ONLY
NOTE THE NAME
PRINTED STRAIGHT ACROSS. NEAR THE BOTTOM, AND IN
THE CIRCLE.NEAR THE TOP OF EVERY PACKAGE, OF THE
GENUINE ONE Hit ONLY. FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING
DRUGGISTS REGULAR PRICE SOc PLR BOTTLE.
. J' M M-sm;. m a, a
1I. OF ALCOHOL
HIW YJj lVl HjpflWtl
1 ,,- IS rpt
SYRUP OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA IS ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO THE NEEDS OP
LADIES AND CHILDREN, AS IT IS MILD AND PLEASANT GENTLE AND IFFECTTVt, AND
ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM OBJECTIONABLE INGREDIENTS. IT IS EQUALLY BENEFICIAL
TOR WOMEN AND FOR MEN. YOUNG AND OLD FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DRU'MUSTS.
ALWAYS BUY THE GENUINE.
California Fig Syrup Co.
The brown, well baked loaf
On . . .
1U satin slfn thi: ...i..,.;j,n,cn msRss
T ,( un utogathar astlsfj inj.
Dread ... 5c at all grocera
BTIAJK BAXIITOr COaQfAVT
of Clilsf Attractions and hlnirs of Int.rtst
Seen at the Land Shoiv
Month nf tlio blir rtiiok nd tha loud nolss; whers
uiry niivf itwuy uvo ncrpu tii iirs.nra lanq 10 til.
nrkv kuoshpI' on Ids lir of nuts. Tha lnrt nf
lloworx, oiaiiKcn. Rrjin Irult, lomnns, .fica, flslos,
iiutM, ollVfM sml ali'ull'ik tli year round. Addrasa.
Nnrlh Salt Itlvpr Valloy irrigation t'o.. rhcunl. Ar.
i.im Aimi'li's. Sun lili'xo. The ilooth whoro you
ww pvcrytliliiK worth wlilln and then anm.l
I ni'liicl I riK rlltnalH ami ojiportiititty. Address
I. us Auki'Ich 'hiiiiilior of i 'oinnieroe, or Ban
IMpro i 'Iminlirr of ( ' nin.rco. Ilnttcr still, go
out itnil hp fur yoiirnplvps.
Wlipre-you suw tlm fumoiia Hacramento Valley
JCxliIl.lt. Inquire uhout the next excursion to
(tils hoautlful roiintry, Nov 16. ' Trowbridge
A llolhtpr. 401 City National Hank Hulldlnf.
At llin T ii In in t'ounty llooth you saw the aim
ppui'lips. piilutocK, corn, pumpkins, prunes ana
Hums. AIhh tho finn oraiiRpn, lemons and citrus
trul l. You mil farm for pleasure and profit In
Tularn t'ounty. AihlrHH, Tulare County Board
of Trade, VimhIIr, t'allfornla
I'utteraou In tbu Fantuua Han Joaqulu 'al.
loj. Why not go with us and Bee this Pra
rilsn for IMnln People. Payno Investment
Cotniinny, Omoha, Nebraska.
Whprn you saw the Piatt. Mlv.r TsJlsy Exhibit,
mIhiu Ihk whpat, oats, Mux and corn ralspd on sub
lrrlnalK'1 soil; luml ihut pays for lta.lf lu two
years.. We hp II this laud on terms of one-third to
iiH-lialf rush, halaiiie .'I to b years. Address
rutte Hlver Valley Land Co., Sterling, Colorado.
Apples, Apples, 111k Hod and Yellow Apples, nice
rli-in ntutps, suKar oeets, Krslns an crown at
otcbklsa, S.lta County, Colorado. Tou rams ni
bs r? Heinember also lands from S0 per acra
and upward. Address Gould and WtUoafaby,
Where you saw the Han Luis Vallev KxhlhH.
shnwlnq especlaUy the Mg grains and field peas.
iiiipqiiall.Ml for Iior fped; hpnrd about the new
HiiKur factory : nrul -A'hore you lparned that von
chii buy IrrlKnted lands In this rich vallev nn
lertns of one-tenth. AIItphsj '. A Hodlneon, let NhI'I Hank, Denver. Colo.
Tho Itlo lirunde Home Co., of Alamosa, Colo., oc
cupied llooth No. l. I'liln 1m where you saw th.
fine rahbaKe. celery snd other vetcetahles; also
So varieties of Colorado Brasses oats that yielded
7.' buslielH of wheat, wonderful alfalfa, chols.
Hunny rian I. ills Valley. Colo. Write them today!
ro you baw csiieclally the fine Apples, l'oiatoea
Kraln raised In Mnrnli Valley, the "Garden
ot Iilalio." AddrcBs Downey Improvement
iier you uoiiKiu nioHe it si v.a for a
Mlcksl and the I. a Trudaa for a Dime., You
Kciiiemhoi ! Tracy Bros. Co., who sell mors
i luarn In (iniiilia thim any other house. VhyT
iuullty. All first clasH dealers sell our Hoods.
'J'racy Uros. Co., I4l.r ImiiK. 8t., Omaha. Neb.
1114 bushels rer acre,
pulfctoen. etc., from the
Slilmi l.lKlitnlnK Hods, the booth that ln-
crctitcd many ahowlng the (Trade Mark)
of tho best In Lightning: Protection.
AddreKH, W. C. Shlnn, Lincoln, Nebraska.
Where you saw the beautiful alfalfa and
block raisin? exhibit. You remember! Lars
I aiioramu ot t alila and nl.eep. If Interested
m ultalta ruialiifc' .vrlte to (ieneral rassenge.'
AKcnt. Clilcuico nml North weisterii It K.
funiilui. NehiunU.i, for (ainphlet ileullnt; fullvvillitho supject.
Wluro viiii xaw the hMihciivo cyclorama of the City
of Bulam mid tho WlllainitU. Valley created by Oeo.
I, hi lircibcr. Tho urlu-t Is iiJeutitloiI with loading art
IiiIin In ciilcuxo ami thn ountry. He Is also super
vlmir of drawing- in the Kulein tia lo and hlah schools,
AdilresH Opq. I,. Hchrelber, 10'j Hiv. St.. talem, (re.
I umoiihly lertllu Wlllainclte Valley booth the
1 Ivitent aKrli uluiral ami horticultural display. Hon
Iirinoted triilts, uuLs and vt-Ketables. No blizzards.
Menus or drouths. No crop lulliircs. Five new rall
riiiiilri. Write to Coiiiniprclal Club Secretary at Corval
liH. Alhfiny or ShIpio. tlregou.
We huvo u bloi k of Krult an.l Harden dlversitieu
f.irniH fur fain within i0 minutes drive of Albany,
oreaoii, which ih In the heart of the above mentioned
Willamette Vitllcy. A f irm ots vou il lino foe h.
tire (r.ct nnd vou pay for It on easy monthly paymonta. Population of Ai
lany 7,000. i.ou.1 iimrki-u. Cull on llecker &. Ht-ain, llrandels Hiaa.
Wher. you saw the two-beaded calf,
tho larue cabbage, th. flax grown on
i.od, und the wheat growa without
Irrigation Address Axdmor. Commax
clal Clab, Ardmore, South Dakota.
I'tio booth with the Mix-foot a heat; the 100 buahel oats
t tie periwt ap 'cm. (tie national ailver trophies won In
oiMIiniou atcui.iat C'.e fruit and farm aectitMis of tho
uorld The faniona (lutin'.tuin Vallev ih . u w-t A
I.'u boom priea vet. Alfalfa's natural home. Hpalrilnt;, Livingston lav Co"
klW Nfili'iuMi Uldg.. Kalt Ukt City. K13 City Nat. Ha. Uidg.. Omaha. Neb '
You 'don't hava to be rich to start farnUug.
Land sold on crop payments. Remember the
fine products of this year's crop. Addreas
C. L. Beatty. Pine Bluffs. Wromlnr.
Th. Wyli. Way." wher. thi" ticket
vaa given away dally. Our bcw
Joldrr will be published Dec. L. No
rnarrre. vtnre ror t totay
mi ii.Lti rciuuuT bsarutt kusru i , UTUitaajTOsr, aLOsTTAJIA.
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