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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 8, 1913)
TOE BEE: OMAHA, SATPBDAY, MAHCTI 8, 1913.
Made in Nebraska
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First Brewery Founded Here Fifty Years Ago
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W. E. RIGGS, maker
macs' saxitarv cigars
111 fiotith Denver Ave.,
SIIKO CHICK FOOD
WHITE US FOR rillCEB.
"MADE IN NEBRASKA."
t. A. KINNEY CIGAR GO.
t lXABTlXCiS, Hll,
H' SENATOR BRAND"
KAMI 3AOOH AV ,
.vnir a ipaI.u
Mir HinvciutrAUriCK uu.
Dnr m claim airw
And urgent matters
should be handled by the
dependable, direct and
personal route, over the
Long Distance Bell Telephone.
Daily Half a Million
Bell Telephone Calls are
"Made in Nebraska."
More than fifty years ago Kred Krug.
president of the Fred Kruit Brewing com
pany, who still enjoyn good health, al
though past 79 years, established tho first
brewery In Omaha. It was a small
primitive, one-man- concorn; Mn Krug"
was brewer, general manager, cashier
In fsct, tho only employer as well as
the only employe.
This little plant was located near Tenth
and Famam streets, In a one-story frame
building, qulto pretentious. In those days,
when the buildings In Omaha did not
number very many. Fred Krug crossed
tho Missouri river young, strong and am
Mtlous, witling to work and endure hard
ships and Incessant toll, and honest deal
ings enabled him to continue Improving
his little plant from time to time, until
In 18S2 he erected a new brewery on
Jackson street, between Tenth and Elev
enth street, until, after adding building
upon building, he was on account of
laclc of room for expanding compelled to
locate on a larger tract, and In 1892 he
Incorporated and started to erect th
present modern plant at Krug avenue
and. Twenty-fifth stneet. Since than the
business has been conducted In tho name
of tho Kcd Krug Drewlng company,
Fred Krutf having tJimod the manage
ment over to his son, William' Krug, un
der whose - mnnagemnnt, 'assisted by his
brothers, Albert, Fred IT.' and J. 31., new
territory has been added continually,
until now tho sales florae covers the entire-
west as far as San Francisco.
In the last six years extensive Improve
ments have been, made to the plant.
Four new (22S-horsepower each) B. & W.
boilers have boon erected, equipped with
automatic stokers, coal and ash con
veyors. These boilers can burn either
coal or fuel oil. Lawe generators, dyna
mos aiul motors havo been. Installed, fur
nishing power and light.
In the bottling department constant re
placing of machinery Is noccsmry, owing
to the phenomenal Improvements accom
plished In tho last ten yearn and tho
great and steadily Increasing demand for
The Beit of the Satire show.
LA ZEUS CHOCOLATES
.For salo by T. J. MoYITTrE.
Ccpbenm Thoatsr Candy Shop.
(ee the new mlnauure hotel, which
Ih being erected In Hastings, Nob.,
nmde In canilv. . .
Bell Line Reach
668 Nebraska Towns
Beatrice Iron Works
Youngster that Has
Astounded with Jtiise
The Beatrice Iron works was incor
porated In 1907; starting with a machine
shop with a floor space of 4,000 squa-e
ftet. Today It covers 21,800 square foit.
In 1008 a foundry was added and the man
ufacture of Implements was begun; the
first In this lino being tho "Bcatrico"
two-row cultivator and tho "Little Beat
rice" one-row cultivator, both riding.
The sale of these two splendid agricul
tural Implements was very encouraging
and It was soon found necessary to en
large tho plant and Increase its capacity.
Blnco then tho manufacture of gram
drills, alfalfa cultivators and seeders,
land rollers, two-row disc cultivators,
walking cultivators, combined walking
and riding cultivators, road drags, me
"Evans" mower bar and a number of
other staplo and useful Items have been
added to the line. Tho latest addition Is
the manufacture of tho Bercha "Im
proved" grinding mill, a mill that will
grind from eighty to 120 bushels of
shelled corn per hour, depending upon
tho degree of fineness. 'Demonstration
tests have proven it.much superior to an
feed grinder even produced. During tho
last year ono of theso machines ground
10,000 bushels of corn without renewal of
burrs or at any cost for repairs. The
foundry U .well equipped and is prepared
to furnish anything In .tho,,l(rio Bt'griy
Iron oastlngs. A large quantity, of cast
ing, for manufacturers of othar goods are
made here and at, tho present time tfij
electrolier posts for the city of Beatrice
are being made.
Fine Display Made
By Hastings Foundry
The Iloso Manufacturing company of
Hastings, is making' a fine display of
goods at tho "Made-ln-Nebraska" show.
This firm lias a largo and complete brass
foiindry and machlno shops', and In the
present show Is giving tho public a
splendid chance to Inspect somo of the
best goods of their kind that are mado
In tho state. The booth Is neatly ar
ranged, and visitors are finding many
things hero to entertain and .educate
J. A. ROSE
Hastings - Neb.
mme in mum
Five Years to Pay.
Terms as Low as $1 a Week.
fcec them in Booth 32.
Nebraska & Iowa
Steel Talk Co.
Steel Tanks, Troughs,
Grain Storage Tanks,
Feed Bins, Etc,, Etc.
Klffcest QrsA Material' and
BptcliU Bsslff&s to Ordar.
"Doctor. In adding up my bill you wade
a mlstnko of 13 In my favor: hero It Is."
"Mrs. Jenrier leo Ondego will be it
home on Thursday, February 20, from 2
to fi p. m."
"I beg your nardon. sir. for hftVlius
(puff) my legs crossed and soiling your
trousers wun my ioou
"niinlni. I'll acknowledge that VOUl'
method of distinguishing a toadstool trum
a. mushroom In better than mine."
"No, sir, there is nothing whatever tnu
natter with your liver; you nave' caien
soma Kinu or swiu mm aisoBieea win
WOULD MAKE FOURTH OF
JULY ELECTION DAY
rmnAOO. March 6. The plan to make
the Fourth of July an election day for
tho entire country and Memorial day a
nHmnrv dnv was nronosed by Samuel
Alslniter, a former democratic nominee
for govornor of Illinois, yesterday in an
w must do something to stir up the
voters of this nation," said Mr. Alshulcr.
"Thnv must be aroused to a senso of their
duties. Too little Interest Is taken In elec
tion and primaries. At some Judicial elec
tions hardly any one turns out. We should
all have our primaries on Memorial day
and election on the Fourth or JUiy real
holidays, not merely days when the sa
loons, bank,s and public offices are closed.
'We should have separato ballots ror
this Judiciary, tho state, the nation and
the city, 'trft us devoto as much of those
days as possible to voting. No holiday
could bo more patriotically or more ad
Last year a new and one of the most
handsome office buildings In tho city
was erected on tho corner of Krug ave
nue and Boulevard, adjacent to the plant.
In architecture It conforms with the
brewery buildings. To afford as much
comfort as possible was tho main object
in view, and It Is roomy, with plenty
largo windows' to admit air and light
I.uziin UoimI Ilccr.
Slnco 18D2 to 1911 William Krug was at
tho head, but In June. 1911, ho met with
an unfortunate nccldent, causing instant
death. Since then his brother, Albert,
has managed affairs In a very successful
and efficient manner.
Luxus, tho beer you like, Is the pet
product, and Its sales have Increased
wonderfully since It was put on the mar
ket. The management has always Insisted
that only tho choicest nnd finest mate
rials bo employed In its manufacture,
and it can truly be said, "No better beer
made no beer better made."
Omaha Brewery Now
Coming Eight Up to
the Front Ranks
That the Willow Springs Brewery com
pany, though one of tho youngest, is one
of the fastest growing Industries of
Omaha, Is shown by tho fact that tho
increase In the salo of their product de
manded an addition to their plant. Last
summer a new bottlo house and brew
house were erected at a cost of over
$150,000. ' Tho most up-to-date equipment
that could bo procured was Installed.
They now have ono of tho finest and most
sanitary breweries In the west. Tho
brewery has been under the able man
agement of Mr. Walter Molso and H. V.
Hayward slnco It started eleven years
They attribute tho popularity of Stars
and Stripes beer to tho fact that along
with the use of best materials procurable
they use tho famous Willow Springs
water, from which the browcry derives
lt3 name, in tho making of their beer.
Woman Convicted of Murder.
BATTLE CltEBK, Mich., March 6.
fdrs. Mary Pltchford, tried for tho alleged
rnurdcr of August Sandusky, who cm
plqyed her as hla housekeeper, was cvn
vlctcd of manslaughter here today. 3ho
will bo sentenced later. She pleaded self
defense, asserting Sandusky" entered her
bedroom and attacked her. Mrs. TltJn
ford fainted In court when tho verdict
was announced. '
Hastings Beer Goes
to Front Eapidly m
Very Few Years
Annllm. ItittnnrA nf n 7phrnnkfl ttro-
duc's making good Is that of the beer
made by the Hastings urowing company,
a firm that has grown to flvo times its
original slzo in less than five years.
Persons who nro familiar wltn Mewing
declaro that tho quality of tho Hitter
Brau Is tho highest. One of the best
brew masters In tho state makes this
tTn.ilmi hour, llnrrv High, who has
JUBt taken chargo of the brewing. Is
expected to Increase the business greauy.
uM-.t Amnii rsirl Your papa and mamma
are not your real parents, you know.
- Second Small Girl-Well, that makes
It all the better. My parents picked mo
out and yours had to take you jusi aa
Special features at Auditorium Show
rtSTIM-ERS FROM GRAIN
f PURE MALI
JJullb in tho United States for tbo year lOia were equipped with H
. . PAXTON.M1TOHKLV8 METALLIC PACKING, , Dj
Vfaflt Our.Kxliiblt, Hootii 11, Slain Floor. ALUMINUM, IUIAKS and K
. uuurtui vaoiiiiuo nuu uiu iuciauic l'acKitie will Io shown. la
75 of the Locomotives
The Paxton-Mitchell Co.
FIUDAY, March 7. South Omalia night.
Bouth Onnaha High school orchestra
and high school nfternoon and night.
Travelers' Protective' association night,
under direction of Omaha post A. Ne
braska division, Travelers" protective, As
sociation of. America.
SATURDAY; March 8-Doors open 10:30
Omaha High school .and pubjlo school
Young Men's Christian association
Modern Woodmen of America night,
SUNDAY, March P-Doors open 1:30 p. in.
Hacred concert afternoon and night.'
nohemlan society' afternoon and nleht
commencing at S30 p. m, . ,
Tho Laborers' society night.
Special Ferullo concert band, concert.'
MONDAY, j March 10-Doors open 10:30 a.
Scandinavian society night, Including
the Norden Singing society. Swedish
Noonday club, Swedish Singing societies,
Danish brotherhood and Danish Singing
TUESDAY, March 11-Doors open 10:SO
Federation of Nebraska Retailers' night
Nebraka State Manufacturers' night,
Omaha ManUfneturprn' association -night.
United. Gorman society plght.
Concordia Ladles' Singing society night
State AUtomobllo Associations' Good
Roads Any arid night. '' ' " '
Nebraska Count j- . Supervisors' after-
noon., , , .
WEDNESDAY, March W-Doors open
10;30 a. m. ,
Wmnan'a club afternoon, including
South Omaha and Council Bluffs clubs.
"Made In Lincoln" day.
Uncoln Commercial club day.
Lincoln Manufacturers' association day.
Nebraska Conservation congress day.
Federation of Nobraska Retailers' night
Omaha Retail Grocers' association
THURSDAY, March Doors open 10:30
1 Society night.
Federation of Nebraska Retailers
Ladles' auxJIary night.
Woodmen of tho World night.
FRIDAY, March It Doors open 10:30 a.
Federation of Nebraska jRetailers' night
Ad club Slight.
Made in Nebraska.
Moat popular and finan
cially largest Fraternal
Life Insurance Society
in the United States.
Made in Omaha.
Monthly Bates estab
lished Sept. 1st, 1901,
and no change contem
plated. Largest Fraternal Life
in America. A profit
able asset. A very few
desirable office rooms
and two store rooms for
rent, 14th and Farnam
J. 0. EOOT,
W. A. FRASER,
J. T. YATES,
WILSON STEAM BOILER CO.
Overhaul and Repair Boilers
Tanks, Smokestacks, .Breeohings,
Boilers and Sheet Iron Work,
orrxos axd worxs:
20 TH AM) CENTER STS., OSCAXA.
Dayton Moneyweight Scales
Exhibit Vear Stage
Merchants and visitors ore cor
dially urged to Inspect this complete
lino of modern computing scales.
BTOfl EX WEIGHT SOAI.E CO.,
H. B. Marshall X,. R. Smith
(HAT MILL NOT INJUBS.THS MOST
Ba -oii.ioat onaANizv10"'
ConJtlpttlon, Bdenury l)leJ HB
BH IBIlloutnttt, Kidney OompltlnM bbbbI
PH LuElPueuu, Impure Blood. jBBti
iBJ fi UNSOUALSe av
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gjgfgitton A Sol sUnurestuMnd fpBB
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fl Drug Sum ao4 iioteL BsHI
Something Entirely New,
FOR MORE THAN SO YEARS WE HAVE MADE
BEER RIGHT HERE IN OMAHA
sSBsll bHHv olv aSallH aHIIIIIIK n sllllj
KEG1STH-RE.D, U.S. TKf. 0f-
FRED KRUG BREWING CO.
LUXUS MERCANTILE CO., Distributors. Opposite Tost Office.
See Our Exhibit at the "Made
in Nebraska" Show
Hydraulic-Press Brick Co.
.. t cordially invite you to visit our new display room
" W. O- W BUILDING
The Velvetina Treatment, when applied
to woman's face improves a bad com
plexion and lends an added grace.
This treatment will removo wrinklos, pimples, blackheads and bleach and whiten
tho skin. Directions:
FIRST Cleanse tho Bkln at night with hot water and Volvetlna Complexion Soap, using hot towels to
steam tho face.
SECOND Apply Volvetlna Massage, using movements described In the Volvetlna Book (free on request).
THIRD In tho morning bathe the faco with clear cold water. This keeps the flesh firm. Then apply
Velvetina Vanishing Cream. This protects tho skin from the-wind and sun.
FOURTH Apply Velvetina Faco Powder (flesh, white or brunette). This makes a beautiful make-up
which cannot be detected except for Its beautiful effects,
Velvetina Complexion Soap price $ .25
Velvetina Massage Oream price, ,. 50
Velvetina Vanishing Oream price . . . . . . .'. A 50
Velvetina Pace Powder price .". . .. .:. . J. .. t .35
" .' . Complete Combination price .v . f ; , : v$!t.60
Pa, aala Vttr nil rtmaVio Jmirrviiito arA fVia mncf nrnnraooiva rllll Of nrlcjta in AVflru tnnm
P tnroughout the United States. y
Omalia & Council
Be careful in getting
on and off cars while
the large crowd is in
the city for the"Made
in - Nebraska" Show
and you wilt help us,
prevent accidents . . .
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