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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1913)
THE SEMI-MONTHLY MAGAZINE SECTION
WHETHER or not you are now planning a new
Home, or only a new Bathroom, you should
know how to make your Bathroom permanently at-
tractive, comfortable and sanitary in every particular
See the model bathrooms in the local Showroom of the t-
Standard Sanitary Alfg. Co,
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YOU should sec the 'Sftaticfowf' Guaranteed Fixtures, be
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in bathroom hygiene, convenience and beauty. You should
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will gladly give you in planning or improving your own Bathroom.
We will submit suggestions, if desired and show you just how to order through
your plumbers. Show you also, every modern fixture for Kitchen, Laundry and
Toilet from the least expensive to the most elaborate. You can select for
yourself the entire equipment for your house and see how it will appear
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bathroom equipments. Sent on receipt of Cc postage.
Genuine 'SStnttifivrir fixtures are iden- quality at less expense. All 'ZStnmfard'
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with the exception of one brand of
baths bearing the Red and Klack
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of manufacture, have a slightly thinner
enameling, and thus meet the require
ments of those who demand 'Standard"
fixtures, with care, will last a lifetime.
And no fixture is genuine unless it
bears the guarantee label. In order
to avoid substitution of inferior fix
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writing (not verbally) and make sure
that you get them.
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pleasure ami brotherly aU'ei'tum that
yon M almost have swore they loetl us
like brothers. 1Uilil)iii(; it in. they were.
Hail us licked to a frazzle. Count iiitf
their graders, whieh tliey eertainly
would and no way for us to prevent it.
they all licing strong men. they had
more than fifty husky voter;s, and
they were not only (joint? to keep the
court house, hut we would Ik1 lucky as
all yet out if they didn't pass a law
making it illegal for any other town to
run in the county. We went home with
every symptom of seasickness.
Course we didn't take any stock in
the railroad. Thunder (.'reek had lieen
fishing for railroads for four years.
She'd paid the fare hack home for more
than a dozen luisted surveying parties
though that wasn't the reason they gave
for collecting money. And she hail
every survey on her map of Thunder
Creek and environs, making it look like
a cartwheel liristling with spokes. But
railroad or no railroad, then were the
graders and they were our ruin. Trou
ble was, Thunder Creek had a million
aire. His name was Del.aney Smith,
from a horrible ways l'ast, and he'd
come to town witli a couple of thousand
and got a hundred more every month.
Poker or nothing else could get it away
from him. We'd tried it. And now
DeLancy was financing the phony rail
road for the glory of Thunder Creek.
It was another clear case of capital
trampling down labor. We turned social
ists, every one of us, and as for Ike he
turned plumb anarchist, and wanted to
put a charge of dynamite under that
camp nnd plaster the zenith with ties
Funny how totally prosperous and
chesty you can he one day, and how
much you feel like an angle-worm that
has been stepped on, the next. 'Twasn't
twenty-four hours after we diseoered
Thunder Creek 's transplanted . popula
tion until what .lupiter City men were
still hopeful had their hands full hold
ing those that were all for giving
up nnd hopping the band wagon. We
was so busy at it we didn't have time
to electioneer at. all. Resides, it wasn't
any use. There weren't four votes in
the county outside the two towns and
how wo were going to accumulate twenty
live citizens in forty days, unless it
clouded up and rained 'em, not one of
us could see. It was along about that
time, when we were sitting in the ex- I
trenie sub-cellar of the everlasting dumps,
that Sam I.inthicus came roaring into
town one afternoon, with the proud
light of victory and other things making
i his face as red as a boiled beet, anil
asked me, the mayor, to call a meeting I
of the city council which 1 did that
minute by stepping to the door and hol
lering across to Hill Crawford's place.
When Sam got us assembled he began
to make a speech. It was all about the
glory of .lupiter City and how she was
progressing, and how we ought not In
choke her down with a city limits that
was as tight as a corset string, but
ought to widen out and let her grow and
expand. It was fine to hear, but the
aldermen were impatient, most of them
having left chips on the table, and they
asked Sam to come down out of the sky
and tell, in short, easy words, what was
eating him. "All right," said Sam. "I
want to introduce an ordinance to widen
this here town and make her more ca
pacious, you might say, by annexing a
strip of ground half a mile wide, ex
tending from Pete Allen's cow barn on
the west limits, to the county line."
"Whee-ooo! " we says, simultaneously,
Tho county lino was fifteen miles away,
and the territory between didn't contain
anything more exciting than prairie dogs.
"What's your object?" I asks.
" Xono of your dam business," said
Sam pleasantly, "and don't you go nos
ing around either. Just annex that ter
ritory fast as you can and I '11 undertake
to guarantee that when this here olec
tion conies along, Thunder Creek will
poll the nicest little minority yon could
ever hope to see. Pellows citizens, do
we enlarge 1"
We did. We did it to please Sam,
nnd because it couldn't hurt anything
any way. And then Sam offered to beat
' the liver and lights out of any citizen
of .lupiter City who tried to explore the
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Gertrude Snyder, thirteen years old,
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