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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1913)
THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: FEBRUARY 9, 1913.
First Irlie "The Two Ends or the Road Which One Are Tou
By a. A. Fletcher, 2646 Dodge St
Second Priie Forethought vermin Afterthought
Hy August IL Knight, 421C Harney street
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El RnnrWlnnrf Wrnt.Wa fin
Sunderland Brothers Co.
Hydraulic-Press Brick Co.
A corner iof our new display room, containing the various kinds of
our own rtiake brick, which face many of Omaha's finest buildings.
- The Artistic Possibilities of a Clay BonW'
W. J. Cooper, 3322 So. 19th
-fleolnir thlnss In a better llht"
O. A. notcher, It Dodce,
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1st prize $5.00 In gold.
2d prize 2 shares of stock In
"ThcTwo Ends of the
Itoad Which One Aro You Headed pJ
By O. A. Fletcher, 264 Dodge St. lij
Second Prize Forethought versus
ney street. f(
A. Hospe Go. S
$5.00 worth of player piano music Cj
"Hospe gives you a frco library."
S. O. Smyth. 801 W. p. W. Bldg.
Hydraulic-PreBS Brick Oo.
$3.00 In cash.
'The Artistic Possibilities of a Clay
By. Mrs, W. 8. Knight, 4216 Harney.
Omaha Gas Oo.
Ono Reflex gas lamp.
"Protect the children's eyes.'
Uy W. J. Cooper. 3322 So. 19th St.
Omaha Elec. Light & Power Oo.
Ono electric corn popper.
"Seeing things In a better light."
By O. A. Fletcher. 2546 Dodge.
Sunderland Brothers' Co.
One ton Economy Certified coal,
lump, egg or nut, valued at $7.00.
(or oqulvalent In valuo, to, apply
on any other coal sold at a higher
prlco per ton).
"Extensive but not expensive."
Mrs. Mortensen, 629 No. 2ltth St.
As in the first title contest
the answers "for these pictures
were very numerous and ex
ceedingly clever. The adver
tisers and the Contest Editor
were pleasantly surnrised at
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niu uhhu whu WHICH COIUCSl-
,ulls UBeu appropriate Jieaa-
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"neS to not Only entitle th
lures, but to aptly describe the
lnrritci nf llio roonnnf rn
litems ul nil, iajit-ouvt. uubl-
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l('n lnnrm .n. f.r,nm nC
a. wivriib ..n, ouniv. ui uic
answers tnat gave - the prize
winners a close run for the
"Systematic SavltiR In Home Builders
Provlilesvfor Old Ai?e."
A. C. Shelckc, Apt. 8 wcargo Ulk., So.
MUs I). H. Hurte, 1 O. Dept., City.
"Tho Two Ways,"
OHiuund Steensland, Beresford, S. D.
'"A Home Dreamer and a Home
8. li. Smyth, .801 W. O. W. BldR. -"Dependence
Mrs. Conner, 1009 No. jotli St Ne
, hraska City, Nob.
"In Youth Provide for Old Awe."
Stanley Trachln, 'Schuyler, Neb.
A good and u una investment.
Mrs. Carl Strawn. 1B34 So. 1'Stli St..
Ilotrospoctlon "Which Tlcturo Will
Mrs. S. A. Hanson, 3718 Meredith
"Life Is What You Mako It."
lTr. D. D. Connor, 1009 No. 10th St.,
"Nebraska lUty, Moo.
"Improvidence nnd Thrift."
Alma C. nollerf 1042 Qeorso
"Self Heproach and Self Satisfaction."
Ornce Shellcr. 1925 So. 17th St.. v."lty.
"Willful Waste Makes Woeful Want."
Mrs. J. A.rllofele, 632 So. 28th 8t
"Despair nnd Contentment."
pr, II. Uonavee, City.
A. riOSPB OO.
Muslo anil Literature for the asking
Q. A. Eckler, 612 Paxton Block.
A library of muslo at your disposal.
W. D. Fisher. Ilavelock, Neb.
What ,1s home without music.
Mrs. Ouy Williams, 388 Main St,
Deadwood, S, D.
A musical achievement.
Miss B. B. Hart.
Vera Dorrlno Weller.
811 So. 8th St., Omaha, Nob.
"The newest Idea ln musical dlstrlbu
t,on-" , , ,
A. It. Breese, Red Oak, la.
Music for everybody.
Adel Bertelsen, Fremont, Neb.
PYB&ATCXO-PBSSS BBIOX OO.
"Durability, Art and Comfort Com
Susan M. Cooper, 22 18 So. 31st St
"Satisfactory, Safe, Savlner."
W. D. Ftaher, Ilavelock, Neb.
"Strength and Beauty."
OBmond Steenslund, Beresford, S. D.
"Fomlliar Faces" ln Omaha.
A. C. Helcke, So. Oinajia.
"How We Show You What We'ro
Doing." . .
Mrs. It "M. West. 5209 California St
"The Evolution of Clay."
Ella B. Knight, 4116 Harney.
Brick Is standard through the land,
Used ln homos both plain and grand.
Colors endless, stand the test,
Inside, outside, always the best
J. C. Scott. Central City. Neb.
OWJUZA OAS OO.
To sew, to write or read the very light
Marie Stenner. 2235 S. 20th St..
"Brliht as day for work or play."
Mrs. Oeorge A. Iloberts,
23, Tho Roland. City.
OMASA ELEO, LIGHT Si POWER CO.
Bright lights; no more frights.
Mrs. Carl Strawn.
1R,i Kn IKth St Drill! h(L
Safe and convenient
Marie Stenner, 223S So. 20Ui St,
From Darkness to Daylight
Mrs. It E. Whltacre.
930 Karl St. Benson, Neb.
Better Usht and less fright
Light. Instantaneous, Is not dear.
So why live always n constant fear.
Mrs. II. B. Bergqulst 2509 A St..
The same face and the same place.
But how different they both look.
Mrs. a. J. Morris.
735 No. 17th St, South Omaha.
"Careful Choosers are Certlflei
Mrs. O. W. .Lutton,
4413 N. 29th St. Omaha,
"Age and growth mean satlsfactorj
J. Clave Soott, Central City, Neb.
Owing to the great number of
answers received and the diffi
culty encountered in selecting
winners, the pictures and winning
titles of the .
Dresher Bros, and
Alamito Sanitary Dairy Co.
will be published in next
Hydraulic-Press Brick Co.
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" MAIN Buy your Coal from 1
In Ton wajr loot from oar library any twelve (12) rolls th at you derlre to take home -with you and keep them two (3)
nl Woeki. This you may oonttnue doing- for one year from d ato of your LIBBJUtT AOBEEMEKT. The only obllffatlon
fu 7 on lnoux Is that you airree to purchase two (3) rolls eaoli month or twenty-four (34) rolls per year. These prlv-
Ln lieges seonre for you the use of our largo library, enabllu gr you to select carefully at home and buy only such rolls
la as VOU wish to keen for TOllr own llbrarv.
"j tj,, Hospe Muslo Uoll Department
in 8B-note mavar nlanos.
A. HOSPE CO., 1513-15 Douglas
Omaha Gas Company.
"Extensive but not expensive."
Mrs. Mortcnsen. 629 No. 29th
"llosre Ktve vou a free library."
S, G. Smyth, 801 W. O. W. Building.
offers a BI8TOT0T BEHVICB, and is
"Protect the children's eyes."
W. J. Cooper, 3322 So. 19th St
of unusual benefit to all owners of
Street, Omaha, Neb.
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