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T1TE RUE, OMAIl , WKDXESPW, APRTL 1H. 101.7.
FALLS CITYJSKS STATION IlHESECRET OF SUCCESS iEDIT0R P0LCAR mm
ttEARINQ TO BE HELD MAY FIRST
L'nlform PnokltiK f GRKm AsUnl for
by Crrnmrrtrii nnd rnmnillnn
lloimrn, Will lip ftp to the
(J'Voni ti Stuff Correspondent.)
UNPOLN, April 15. (Special.) The
right at Kails City for a union passenrer
station will tie heard before the Railway
commission on May 1, when the rlsht .if
the commission to force the building of
b union station will bo Invoked. The Bur
lington and Missouri Pacific roads are
the ones affected by the order. If the the
commission rules In favor of the peti
tioners. A. J. Weaver of Falls City ap
peared before the commission this morn
ing and on his motion May 1 was set for
the hearing. The two present stations
are a mile or more apart and one of
them some distance fro nitho business
center, and the effort Is made In o'der
to make the depot more easily accessible
Another matter before the commission
Is the uniform packing of eggs, asked
for bv the creameries and commission
houses. They ask the railway commlns
plon to Issue such odrers as will bring
the matter to a more substantial nnd uni
form basis, so as to expedite handling
The hearing will be before the commis
sion on May 9.
Stntc Hunt Property.
The fever of Investigation which has
prevailed In the present legislature has
inoculated Governor Morehead, and after
tho legislature Is off his hands ho ex
pects to do a little Investigating himself.
In fact, he has had whispered In his
car that several of the state Institutions
will show up evidence that the state has
been deprived of some of Its property and
that said property now reoses In the
homes of former employes or apiolntees
in said Institutions.
So sure of his ground Is the governor
that ho will make the Investigation at
lilH own expense, there belli gno fund
available to cover expenses of an Investi
gation of this kind.
Thompson Will Not
Accept Any Office
GRAND ISLAND. April 15.-(Ppeclal.)
Jn an Interview given out hero today W.
H. Thompson, chairman of tho democratic
Mate committee, declares that he lll
remain In Grand Island nnd continue
his law proactlcb and be where he can
look more closely after his business Inter
ests. Mr. Thompson Indicates that after
looking over Washington for two weeks
and after a thorough and very pleasant
acquaintance with nearly all of the dif
ferent departments In Washington, he had
decided to remain In Nebraska. Whllo the
announcement of his appointment as
solicitor of tho Treasury department was
a little premature, the office was ten
dered him, as wcro several other "jsl-tlons.
Genuine Merit Required to Win the
Have you ever stopped to reason why
It Is that so many products that are ex
tensively advertised, all at once drop out
of sight and are soon forgotten? The
reason Is plain the article did not fulfill
the promises of the manufacturer. This
applies more particularly to a medicine.
A medicinal preparation that has real
curative, value almost sells Itself, as like
an endless chain system the remedy Is
recommended by those who have been
cured, to those who are In need of It.
In an Interview on the subject a prom
inent local druggist says: "Take for ex
ample Dr. Kilmers Swnmp-Root. a prep
aration I have sold for many years
and never hesitate to recommend, for
In almost every case It shows Immediate
results, as many of my customers testify.
No other kidney remedy that I know of
has so large a sale."
The success of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
Root Is due to the fact that It fulfils
every wish In overcoming kidney, liver
nnd bladder diseases corrects urinary
troubles and neutralizes the uric acid
which causes rheumatism.
A free trial hottlo will be sent by
mall, absolutely free. AddreFs Dr. Kil
mer & Co., Rlnghnmton. N. Y., nnd men
tion this paper. Regular size bottles sold
at drugglsts-COo and $1.00. Advertisement.
new company of the guards. This will
make twenty-six companies In the Na
NOTES FROM BEATRICE
AND GAGE COUNTY
BHATR1CE, Neb., April 15. (Special.)
The Hpntrlee Lawn Tennis club held Its
annual meeting hero last evening and
elected these officers: Boyd Raynor,
president: A. M. Strunk, vice president;
nnv W. Weaverllng. secretary-treasurey ;
C. I,,. Sherwood. Arthur Hemler and A. II.
Kurtz. An effort will he made to bring
the state tournament to this city, nnd
the winner will be sent to tho midwest
tournament, which will be held In Omaha.
.Tnrtemeiit lii the sum of 1228,64 was ren
dered in the county court yesterday
nonlnst 1,. N. Miller, proprietor of the
Touzalln hotel at Wymore, In favor of
George W. Hrakeman of iork, who
hrniieht suit on a note.
A joint meeting of Washington camp
No. 8, Woodmen of the World, and the
Wnndmnn Circle was held last evonlng,
which was largely attended. At the close
of a literary and musical program re
frnMhinpntM were served.
A journal of tho smoking car attached
to the southbound union Pacific passen
rer train broke vesterday mornln;
Hhnrtlv before the train reached Holmes-
vllle. Tho accident caused a delay In
traffic of several hours.
HALL WILL INVESTIGATE
WORK OF RESTORATION
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. April 15. (Special.)-Adju-tant
General Hall will make, an Investi
gation of the work of restoration on ac
count of tho tornado at .Yutan next
Wednesday on request of Governor More
head. A portion of the fund voted by the leg
islature has been applied to tho assist
ance of tho storm sufferers In that town
and the governor desires to know how
the work Is progressing.
General Hall will go from Yutan to Wa
hoo Thursday, where he will muster In a
BENEFIT FOR TORNADO
VICTIMS AT RAVENNA
RAVKNNA. Nob.. April 15. (Special.)
Tho Pastime theater secured pictures of
the Omaha storm for the Saturday enter
tainment. A bunch of citizens, headed by
L. P. Southworth, bought tho entire list
of seats nnd announced that every cent
taken In nt the door would go to the
Omaha relief committee. As a result
1103 was sent In. The exhibition wo
given twice during the evening to a full
house each time.
Tells Court What He Meant by the
PROGRESS OF ESTELLE'S SUIT
Director of Drill)- mn AnUril to
(itvr Conxtrnrt Ion of Soiitrneen
nnil 1'hrnwr thnt Appear
FRKMONT. Neb., April 15-(Speclal
Telegram.) The libel case of Judge
Kstelle against tho Omaha Dally Nows
and H. V. I'ellnmii progressed a little
more rapidly yesterday. Objections were a
numerous as before, hut there was less
argument over them. Kdltor Joseph
Polcar of tho News was on the stand
during most of tho afternoon ewrbIoii.
On direct examination he testified thnt
he never intended to and did not ehargo
the plaintiff with cither malfeasance.
misfeasance or corruption In office, that
the meaning he Intended to convey was
that the Judge felt friendly to the Third
ward crowd, nnd that by rrasun of such
acquaintance and friendship his Judicial
notions wcro likely to be biased In their
favor. He disclaimed any personal 111
will toward the plaintiff. Tho Kellman
letter, he said, appeared only In tho
homo edition of the paper, which then
had a circulation of around 1.1.0OO.
After recess Mr. Mahoney took him In
hand for a rigorous cross-examination.
The letter, he admitted, was addressed
to the voters of Douglas, Washington,
Hurt and Sarpy counties, nnd nlso ap
peared as an advertisement In other
ICxplnlntnir nil Article.
Mr. Mahoney showed him a copy of the
News of April 10. containing a two
column wrlteup of the trlnl on the front
pnge, which he said had that place be
cause It was more Important to the
people of the state than the election of
a district Judge In Omaha. Mr. Mahoney
then took up the article, clause by clause,
and Interrogated the witness as to what
particular construction he put on them.
At times he was In pretty tight places
to give a construction which was not al
most In line with thnt claimed by the
plaintiff. When he reached that part
charging "cohabitation of courts with
thieves and gamblers In the temple of
Justice." Judge Hollenbcck thought Mr.
Mnhoney had gone far enough and sus
tained Judge Baxter's objection. Mr.
Mahoney also called his attention to a
statement that tho circulation of the
home edition of tho News on August 14,
1912. was over 23.000.
The nrguments will begin soon after
court convenes tomorrow morning, and
the case will probably not reach the jury
until Wednesday morning.
The Rcrms of typhoid In nonrly
cvory ensp uro taken into the Rystiun
throuRh Impure drinking water.
Wator thnt Is clear and bppius pure
may contain tho deadly germs.
When you nro worn out and run
down typhoid germs meet loss nat
ural reslstnnco from tho lowered
vital forces and moro easily gain
foothold In the body.
Oviard against this condition by
In vntir drlnklllir water nu illroetn.l t
will strengthen tho system and help
ward off attacks nt disease germs it
aids In destroying the germs
Duffy. Pure Malt Whiskey helps the
convalescents from fever regain strength
uuiciuy. it is one of the greatest
strength-givers known to science
it Is a wonderful remedy In the treat
ment and prevention of pneumonia, grip,
coughs, colds and diseases duo to cold
anu exposure, taken
In small doses as
directed. It Is relied
upon hy doctors be
cause of Its known
Sold by druggists.
grocers and dealers
at $1-00 a bottle
The Duffy Malt Wnlakey Co.,
Hoo&eiter, If. Y.
been given time to study out Its ad
vantages. If It had any, and on this sauio
Idea ho refused to veto on roll call.
Btisheo said that since these rates nad
been gornnted at Grand Island and other
points he had been uhle to buy his Mer
cantile) goods for his store In Nebraska,
where befoie he had ben conipellel to
buy most of them In Denver nnd I'hoy
enne. He thought thnt any proposition
which gave the Jobbers of tho state .t
chnnce to buy their goods In this state
ought to he allowed.
A roll call was demanded on the e.'o
lutnln, which was deefated by a vote of
6 to IB, Cox, Crumbach, Plncex, Robert
son, Smith nnd Splrk voting In favor of
REAL AND BOGUS LIONS
MIX IT ON THE STAGE
change Is tn.itlr b a shift In the seen v
A helper pulled a lrei too soon ,i-nl
Hrown was tumbled to the stage with
the lion. The leal Hon selied the m
ti oiler Out of the -kln backwards to
safety went Hrown. hut not until he was
severely Injured by the animal's olawi
Brown will not be able to assume his
role for some time.
PIKRRi:. S. D.. April K..-tSpeclal Tele
grain.) In the municipal election today
Pierre went wet by n heavy majority nnd
selected L. A. Muusou as city commis
sioner. W. Hurvey as school commis
sioner, Kurt Pierre reversed from eleven dry
last year to sixteen wet this year. Blunt
and Harrold went wet by small majori
ties. Gettysburg went wet and Hlghtuore
MITCHKI.U S. D., April 15 -tSpectil
Telegram.) At tho city election held to
day license was tho prominent efature
of the day, carrying by a majority of
22f. Only one ward went dry. This was
fifteen less majority than a year ago
after a very vigorous campaign was
waged against license. The total olr
cast was l.fi.10 In the special election held
for municipal Judge, W M. Hobert waa
elected by a plurality of 12 over S. F.
T m and Hoscoe Sntterlee.
STPRG1S. S. r April K..-(Speclol Tel
egram.) The city election was held today
with only one ticket In the field, the
citizens. Vor ntderman: H. D. Dorger.
Charles t.ehmnnn, George Unssmau, A.
J. Helns were elected The wets won
nearly two to one.
ON ITS CURE
If you have Catarrh let me show yon what
to do for It how to drive every bli of It out
of the system
Without It costing you a cent, you can
have tho benefit of my twenty-five year of
successful experience my wide knowledge
of Catarrh, Its m j.-ios and Its. cure.
Don't neglect 'ntarrh! Don't let It make
you Into a worn-out, run-down Catarrhal
Remember. Catarrh Is moro than a trifling
ailment more than a disgusting trouble
It s a dangerous one. Cuchecked Catarrh too
frequently destroys inell. taste and hearing
and often opens the way to Consumption
He warned in time. If you havo Catarrh
start to cuio It NOW!
Don't think It can't he cured because vmt'vo
tried to euro It and fallid.
Don't waste any more time energy
money. In trying to i-onnuer It with worth
less patent medicines
Catarrh can be tired, If mi take It m
hand the right way Write to me ida iiixt
I II give you valuable niedlrnl mlMin free
on lust what to do for it
Got nil Avrflll Krluht
by fear of appendicitis? Take Dr. King's
New I.tfe Pills and soon see bowel trouble
vanish Guaranteed. ISjr. For salo by
lteaton Drug Co. -Advertisement.
CATARRH SPECIALIST SFBOULE,
LEARN AT ONCE HOW
TO CURE CATARRH
SEEK MORALS COURT
TO STAMP OUT VICE
(Continued from Pnge One )
Toll mo ahoul nur trnuMr After Careful
etudr I'll send mi. oillmiii any rhario ohateter,
conifloto illaitnnale of )nur ,-po xhlrh UI ex
plain Hourly how to not rid of Catarrh
fllmpl for tho ajkltn ou'll rorolvn pirotlont
counael that UI point out how Catarrh ran tn
cured, not Jun for a wook. or a month, or a
fear hut mt.MANRNTI.Y
IVm't Ift thla offer paa arcrpt mv aialitanra
toda) ThH trf arlioroua ittaeaae haa boon mr Ufa
atiidf 1 kno It In ovory form and etase Mr
advlro haa alrrady cured thousand who now ar
froe from Catarrh.
Ton can bo alko If jou will
ftoad mr Hat of ciuoatlon rarofully. answer
thorn j-ea or no, write your namo atnl addrea
plainly nn tho dottM Unfa and mall tho lro Ail
vlfo foupnn to mo aa a ion as poaslhlo 'Twill
roat you nothlnjc and wtli obtain for )ou tho vary
help ynu nood t am a urailuato in ModlHno and
Suriery of tiuhltn t'nlteralty, Ireland, formorly
Suraoon rirttlah Hoyal Mall Naval Sorvlra Ad
droaa CATARRH SPECIALIST SPROULE
102 Trado Building, Boston
ALL ALONG LINE
FACE THE DEMOS
(Continued from Page One )
KANSAS CITY, Mo., April l!i. Clevo
Brown, an actor, who has been donning
the skin of n Hon In a sketch founded on
tho "Beauty and the Beast" tale, nar
nowly escaped death at Kansas City.
Kan., last night. Brown replaced on the
stage a real Hon, which Is shown. The
commission had no present Intention of
using tho names It hud received.
"Some of these names are well known
In Chicago," ho said, "but wo H.ive not
Investigated tho charges against tho
The commission wns undecided whore
the next hearings would he held. HepoCs
from Investigators may bring the sen-i-tors
hack to Chicago or cause titcm to
go to some of tho smaller cltle of tho
IMI.ICS (MUllOn IN l TO 1-1 I) W.I.
Your druggist will refund money If
PAZO OINTMHNT falls to cure any case
of 1 1 o 1 1 1 n i . Blind. Hleedlng or Protruding
Piles In 0 to It days. Wle Advertisement.
ritEE MEDICAL ADVICE COUPON
It oniltlos roadora of thla papor to froa
modlral aitilro on rurlnar Catarrh,
la your throat raw'
lo jou anooao ofton
la our hroalh foul'
Aro your eyra walortt
Do you taVo rold eaally
la your noae atoppod up
Do you hato to aplt ottont
Do cruata form In your noao.
Aro you woro In damp wrathrr?
Do you blow, your noe a pod tloal?
Aro you loaliiK your aon-m of amoll
llooa your mouth taato bad mornlniat
1)0 ynu hayo a dull foollnc In your hoad
Do you hao to rlrar your throat on rlalnt
la thrre a tlrkllnic aonaatlon In your throat
Do you hao a dtarhariro from tho noao
tiooa mucua drop In back of throat?
Drs. Mach & Mach
Bnccior to Hallty ft Maoh
The largest and best equipped dental
office In Omaha. Experts In charge of
all work, tuodorate prices. Porcelain
fillings Just llko tho tooth. All In-tru-tncnts
Ktcrllzed after using.
3d Floor Faxton Blook, Omaha, JTtb.
The PersiakMit and .Judicious lTso of Newspaper Advertising
is tho Koad to Business Success.
Cnre for Stomncli Disorder.
Disorders of the stomach may be
avoided by the use of Chamberlain's Tab
lets. Many very remarkable cures have
been effected by these tablets. Advertisement.
That Tired Feeling
That comes to you every spring is a sign that your blood is wanting in
vitality, just as pimples and other eruptions aro signs that it is impure.
Do not dolay treatment, but begin at once to take Hood's Sarsaparilla,
which accomplishes Its wonderful results, not simply because It contains
sarsaparilla, but because it combines tho great curative principles of many
roots, barks, herbs and other valuable ingredients.
There is no real substitute; insist on having
The Medicine that makes people feel
better, look, eat and sleep better; the
remedy for stomach, kidney and liver
affections, rheumatism, catarrh,
scrofula, Bkin .diseases, bolls, debil
ity, and other Ills arising from im
pure or impoverished blood.
"I felt tired all the time and could
not sleep nights. After taking Hood's
Sarsaparilla a Uttlo while I could
sleep woll and tho tired feeling had
gone. This great medicine has also
cured me of scrofula." Mrs. C. M.
Hoot. Dox 25, Gllead, Coun.
Avoid Blends! Send us your order for
Hayner BOTTLED -IN -BOND Whiskey
You KNOW it is good and pure the Government's
Green Stamp over
others may promise
-no matter how
tempting their offers may
seem see if they offer
and remember there
is only one way you can
be sure of getting pure,
straight whiskey and
that is to insist on
That's what we offer you Hay
ner Private Stock Bottled-in-
Bond Whiskey rich, pure
and delicious shipped in
sealed case Direct from Dis
tilleryand all it costs you is
$3.20 for FOUR full quarts
express charges paid.
There's no question about a
whiskey like this the Gov
ernment's Green Stamp over
the cork isyour assurance that
it is Bottled-in-Bond fully
aged, full 100 proof, full
measure and a guarantee
that it cornea to you just as
it left the distillery, in all its
original purity and goodness.
Note the tuice only 80 cents a quart de
livered. Where else can you buy a Bottled-in-Bond
whiskey of this magnificent quality
at this price.
the cork is
I IN STRONG WE PAY 1
SEALED &j EXPRESS I
CASE flCHARtES j
hnif KTUJCS UJSj1
W2 WANT you to
TRY this whiskey
on our guarantee
you will find it all we
claim as fine as you
ever tasted and the
best value you ever saw
or you may send it
back at our expense
and we will return your
Rmmlir Ton talre nn
chances. We take all the risk and
we stand all the expense U we fall
to please you.
No Utter it necessary
Cut Out and use this Coupon
ad auldrea our n avrcat effic
nt IUYNER DISTILLING CO.
Enrloaod (lad U.to (or which aead
ma tOUH full quart bottlaa of
lla;ner PrlvaU Stock Dottlad-ln.
Hood Whlakcr aipreaa paid aa
par jour offer. It la undaratood
that If thla whlakey la notoand
aa repreaeoted aid aatlafactorr to
ma In arerr war. It roar be returned
at jour eipenae and mj I3.M la to
be promptl refunded. O-105
OUtu lor Alia., Cat.. Colo., Idiko, Moat., Nee.,
N. Mei., Oia., Una, With, or Wro. null bo oa Ike
hiilt ol 4 quam lor M.00 or Eipieat Piepala oi 50
quacti (oi MS.30 by Ficlfbt Prepaid. a-K
THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY, DeptG-105
c.nil?su KANSAS CITY, MO.
Offices and Shipping Depots also at
St. ImIs. Ms. SL Paul. Minn. New Orleans, la.
Dijtoa. O. Boston. Uass. Jacksonville. Ha.
Full Paid .
out. Kaeh of these acts Is now a law
A Ir, fnrrn In thR utfltP. IllcHldCd ill
tlio list Is a 15 per cent reduction of ,
freight- rates, a 20 per cent reduction in
express rates, a law to tax terminal
property of railroads for city purposes,
a pure food act, "a primary law, and
many others Involving questions wlil"h
would sUBgor this IeRlsdattire to even
attempt to comprehend.
If the 1907 legislature was repudiated by
the people, these members of this session
who violated their platform pledges and
who voted nsalnst the proposition of
letting the people rule, If they have any
Imagination, may easily Imagine what os
In store for them. Of course, tho legis
lature of 1907 has been criticised for some
r it. nr-tii psnr-eiallv the primary law
under which this nondescript aggregation I
of law makers was nominated.
SAUNDHelS C1IANOKS HIS TUNIS
AsUn for Home- Utile on Silicon nlll
anil Dncan't Oet It.
(From a Ktaff Correspondent.)
I,INCOIN, Neb., April 15.-(SpeclaU-A
little echo of the legislation which re
sulted In the passage of senate file No.
17, tho Omaha water bill, was heard In
tho senate this morning when senate file
No. 3S6, Introduced by Saunders, pro
viding for a change In the Slocumb law
which would enable tho people of Omuha
to vote on the proposition of the time for
closing and opening, saloons, was
In speaking In favor of the bill, Saund
ers said that It was along the linos of
legislation passed at this session giving
the people of any community the right
to vote on matters In which they them-
I selves were Interested alone and was
along the lino of home rule for Omaha.
Hongland of Lincoln got Into tho fray'
right away and called the senator to
tusk for his Inconsistency In the matter.
"You say that giving the people a chance
to vote on matters In which they urn in
terestcd locally, ' shouted the senator,
"has been the policy of this legislature.
Why don't you be consistent? You aro
the author of a bill passed by this legis
lature denying the people of Omaha and
Its suburban towns affected by that bill
a right to vote on the proposition of
Jurisdiction over their own water plant.
You voted for that bill. It denies the
right of your own people to vote on mat
ters which affect them, and now you
turn round and advocate home rule. Wliy
doti't you be consistent In this home rule
The bill was killed by a vote of 1& to
6, Dodge, Grossman, Ilaarinann, laund
ers and West voting for the bill.
House roll No. 247, a bill to establish a
lefortnatory, called for an appropriation
of J1W.O00, but on motion of Talcott this
was cut to $75,000. An amendment by
I'lacek carried that In selecting a loca
tion for the Institution tho board "may"
locate where there Is the right kind of
clay suitable for the manufacture of
brick for paving.
Appropriation bills took up most of the
time o fthe senate. JOO.000 being voted fo.
new buildings and Improvements at tin
state penitentiary; 130.000 for printing the
new statutes, and $7G,ouo for a new u
formatory for young and first-tlmo .ni.
oners. A bill allowing county com nls
slonerx to nppoljit a county farm
demonstrator upon a petition of 10 per
cent of the freeholders of a county wai:
also ordered engrossed for third readliiK.
Cox'h resolution calling on the rallwu;
commission to cease to grant preferential
rates to towns by railway companies -va
dlM'iissed. llushee oppoxed the resolution
as being too deep a qeustlon for the n
ate to take up at tills time and In 'li.it
lie waj ably seconded by Talcott, ho
thought that no senator should be culled
to vote on un ductton which he did
not understand anu on vmikIi ho had not
The heating that attracts !
Why, in looking for a house, flat, or store, Ao you
find the advertisements always mention if "Heated
by Hot Water" or "Heated by Steam"? Why,
also, is this message made part of the
"For Rent" or "For Sale" signs on build
ings? It is because the most at
tractive feature that any inhab
ited building can contain is the
sure, sanitary heating comfort
i nis rec
the part of build
ers and real-estate
men of the im
portance of heating in
advertising for buyers or tenants is in no small way due to the wonderful
wide-spreading use of IDEAL Boilers and AMERICAN Radiators.
They give steady comfort in every room, with freedom from annoy
ing and injurious ash-dust, and coal-gas (so common to old-fashioned
heating methods). They give full heating returns from the Winter's
fuel bill whether from hard or soft coal, screenings, run -of-mine or
nut, coke, lignite, wood, gas or oil.
IDEAL Boilers do utmost heating work because their correct air-inletting, coal-holding and fire
chamber spaces bum the rich heat-making gases which even cheapest fuelb are capable of produc
ing liberally. ThuB the large, active fire surfaces quickly take up the heat (which in cheap devices
escapes up the chimney), and this heat all goes to the
AMERICAN Radiators, which evenly distribute the sure
comfort to the rooms. These outfits cannot rust or burn
out, warp or loosen no repair bills. So be sure when you
build, buy or rent that you get the comfort, protection
and economies of IDEAL -AMERICAN heating. In case
you buy a building having old-fashioned heating, you can
at a moderate investment easily put in this ideal heating,
which brings 10 to 15 higher rentals, or quicker sale at
!Hici& otr higher price should you sell the building. .
.cWheTelit.0 ch.n "taSfht of any Send for free booklet" Ideal Heating." showing you how
ffluto.TO; vS5lVdfrdieht! to get and enjoy IDEAL -AMERICAN in any building,
cfe.i1choUion,,:"y "ccordln8 to old or new, city or country.
benefits proved by the
Two up-to-date Advs.
FOR RENT "The Madison Flats,
corner Madison Ave. nnd Pennsyl
vnnia, now ready for occupancy.
The flat is supplied with two large
IDEAL Boilers which secure safety
of heat at all times. They range in
prices from $25 to $27 per month.
It is very well to say you can live
under a bamboo tree in good old
summer time, but when the frost is
on the pumpkin a steam-heated fiat
is much more comfortable."
Clipped from Adv. of Finger aid Real
Eitate Co., in Indianapolis Star.
FOR SALE Splendid 'home and
good investment; 10614 Tacoma
Ave., N. E.; 2-fam. house; 6 large
rooms and bath each; room in attic;
Al IDEAL hot-water heating sys
tem; 15 AMERICAN Radiators,
electricity, gas, basement to attic;
2 elegant quartered oak mantels;
hardwood floors; 3 rooms oak; re
stricted location; lot 40x153; alley;
must be seen to be appreciated;
price $6,800. Owner occupies.
Clipped from Cleveland Plain Dealer.
You should know about our ARCO WAND Vacuum Cleaner, for dustless, complete cleaning of rooms, furnishings,
etc. Sets in basement and cleans through simple wroughi-iron suction pipes running to each floor. Easily put in
OLD buildings. Tested thoroughly for two years in homes, churches, schools, clubs, theatres, stores, etc. Reasonable
in purchase and monthly electricity costs. Send for new ARCO WAND catalogue.
Sold by all dealers
No exclusive agents
Write Department N-80
413-417 South Tenth St,
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