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THIi r.F.F.: OMAHA. MONDAY, .U'lUNT -J4. .114.
THOMAS IN SLIGHT LEAD
More Complete Returns Give Him
Small Gain Over Thomas.
OTHER CANDIDATES ABOUT SAME
Unas llamnoil Appears in Be
( loses! f onipfllldr to H. Bffcli'r
llflwrtl In Republican l.nter
More complete returns on t lie republirsn
and democratic tickets reveal the candi
dates In the name relative positions.
However, Ross Hammond, on the repub
lican ticket, bids fair to he the closest
competitor of n. Heecher Howell, on
1!ie state tirket the closest race Is be
tween Thomas and Elliott for Mate super
intendent. Thomas now appears to have a
slight lead. Following are the tabula
tions: The tallies:
4'ha.se 1 14
t 'uster 3M
1 iswes W
Knox ; lt
i"eva T'aha 72
Lancastrr, 31 p....S5
Shrt- flimK- Al- Van
well, land bright Alstin.
' Totals ...
I euel .
Thurston .. .
! ',. 7
W. C. T, U, Elects
Officers for Year
iOUAHANS YET UNREPORTED
j Considerable Number of Them Hare
Not STit Word.
The polbIss c.wntv wom.ii. ciins-. SOME STILL IN EVERY COUNTRY
Pan T nipern in e union. In cinxrnP.n nr ,
Waterloo, diMrii.-.'eil the ..isl ai.ffruiTc 1'rlenrls I'rrl t.anrril that Thej
question as the "The cjnrst'cn ut tl'.e j
hour." The convention w;is of one initvl I
on the subicct. ll'-vlni rondlli". would I
he bettered If woman utr.l. i
Sixty-seven accredited delegates nl-j
tended the meeting ml of these forty:
were from Omaha. i:oiy union Iti the I
county whs represented. The We.r On.ah i
union shewed the litt k t (tnln li. niem
bership. 1!1 per i'ent. with the limnhii
union sei ond with . T ri nt.
M'ss Msrie llrent. an International lec
turer of the union, i'.ellvered nn address
on the subje. t of suffruv.
The Krane.-s Wilbird Younn l'eotles
su lety met with the union for the flrt
time. Miss Ksth'-r Karel, presiilent of
this ..niet. was loudly ihrered, when
she told of the work of this sorlety. one.
feature of which lina been lo "billboard"
Withe 1-nuse of temperance.
'J "Systematic (llvlnft." was the file of
V'.lMn address by Miss Jennie C. Salmon of
2.'. Omaha. So well received was this spreih
l5 tl it the convention voted t hnvo it
r,j! published In the union's offleml paper
y' i pi i leers were iich. n n-,.,,..
Will ot buffer Harm, but 4. re
4reatl t nnrrrnnl mi
I President, .Mrs. V.
k Vallev vlee r.resident. ,M:. t". J. lioliert-
l:!Mson of Omaha; secretary. Mr. Janiea C.
-'iSi Fallaserro of Omaha: corresponding se.--
-I - . I'll, -lxr.
jretavy, Mrs. Mary ivrinh vi vn...
: treasurer, .Mrs. Aunt.-: 1". Whitney of
I The Waterloo or.hestia f n-nlshed niini
Idurlnu the convention. After tha oonven-
lii'iltion adjourned tha peiple vf Waterloo
!ave a reccptlcn in honor of t.'o viattina;
Pa.rson. Potts. Pnavely
9 5 t
73 f.7 20
HO K' i 41
445 41 179
n :ML r.1.
im H4 63
193 JS:. 70
.... 4W hM 333
12S 113 B1
33( hill 1.X4
;1 17 20
4Jl VM 17.i
?-3 3SS 17
, . 2l7
. . 4.V.'
i " .
Odd Fellows and
Against the War
Omaha Odd Fellows ntid Kebt-kaha liat
passorl resolutions vehemently protest I my
against the Kuropean war. These resolu
tions, to he sent lo all lodges i exlHteme.
are as follows:
Whereas. The nations of Kurope are :.t
present Involved in the throws oi cleat ruc
tion, riotous disorder and shameful de
bauchery, for which we feel the time op-i-ortune
to. and we btlleve the exiKencles
or the situation demand that we do, re
Ister a BtronK disavowal of audi tu-
pendous rack and ruin: and,
Whereas. In the Interest of manhood
and womanhood, fatherhood and mother,
hood, and with due respect for th
sanctity of the rights of the . neop ' ' f 1
the eatth, we are compelled b; humani
tarian principles to declare a nilKlity pro
test HKainst the ravsues of war. tun an
vancemenrof ChrlHtian , ivilUation hns
m" It this most uncalled for war look
more hke murder, and that. In the toach
ntts of the lowly Nazarene and of hu
nanlt" we request all Hebekahs v.dd
FeUow.; and members of other fraternl;
ties to join us in this eu'.contr"tlt,,t
p am nst war Now. therefore, be It
Resolve" Ruth Hobekah W
of the independent Order of Odd ! ellows
of the State of Nebraska, in solemn and
Reverent assemblage, that we do here b
declare a vehement protest airalnst the
deith-detling war now ROintf on throuph
oeiiii o , ,..-. ni we do im-
S r. reThe" heads of Vhose nation, to deals,
2"' their mlshtv crusade of crlints and lust.
vt Af ThaVeach and every member
of the Rcbekuh and Odd if enow -fhrauKhout
the Inited Mates and a
persons with a spark of ! ' Jl '
manity In. theirbreast rwd a brotherly
j Allhounh a number of Omaha people
hHve already reached home from Kuropo,
l where tl.eir s.innner tours were inter
j nude.) b the war. and many more have
been beard from sin. e hoHtl! tics brgau,
i there are still unite s numner who are
yet within the pall of Hlcnce which hns
existed in M'n.e parts of Fnrope- ever
since the first mobilisation was ordered.
l'erh.ips strniiRest of these cases Is
that of F. .M. Andreesen of the le-t'olt-Anilre.en
Hardware comt.any, and Alex
llunther of 3"70 Farnani street, his neigh
bor. They went abroad together. In
tended to return together, but arparnteil
in (ierinany In order to visit their re.pec.
tlve relatives at different cittes, ami not
a single word h is been heard from them
since the last week In July. Mrs. luther
Kountzr. daughter of ilr. Amlreesen, has
epatedly apKsei to the State depart
ment for aid In locating her father and
Mr. llunlher. nut so far without avail.
On July IN the latter was at I K-nkllnger,
tJcrmany, and soon after that time Mr.
Andieef-tn wri to meet him at Cologne.
They had return pusiago on the Ueorpei
Washliicti.il. sailing K. ptcniher 1'.'.
innltudua In Iterlln.
Another silence which Is worrying
Omaha relatives Is that of Mr. and Mr.
G. II. Swolvida. sou and (laughter, who
were lat heard from In Merlin July 2I.
Mr. Swo'.od.i, who has been a well
known flor'.ft her-' tor many yr. left
(lermnny when n jouth becauso he
I wisl.ei! to avoid a marring wnleh hl
Roy Clark. Foreman of Ranch Near
Stanton. Ia Kills Fair.
Perkins, 2V1 Msndrrsoti street, wi.i w
formerly a member of The Hce staff and
I.hs re'eutly N-en representing the Schu
lerts abroad, lie ws last heard from at
lluds 1'ept. and planned to sad
from TriiMe, .UKii.-t s. on the Ciirpathla
It Is known that that bo.it sailed from!
A itia.i, ports i., w.ek. but n.. re.-rd j WAS REPRIMANDED BY COUPLE
of Mr. I'erkins being a passenger has!
llr. Ilerrnn Not Reitorterf.
In Sw ltt l.iii.l. H.-. Ir. CbnrUs llerr'n
of the lresbyterlan Theological senlnaryl
w rote to Mrs. II. rron July The wnrj
started soon after, and no further word j
has been received from him. The smie I
MURDERS FARMER AND WIFE Traveling Men Have
Circus of Their Own
at Annual Picnic
I Telia lterlf( Jackson titer ln-
tare thai lie Marl Intended tn
Kill laahtera aa ell
true of Ir. ami Mrs. Felix IVspncher and
Vu'S Marie Mlkon. who were In Parts at
the opening of hostilities.
In a i oldhlooded murder Unit has
aroused the entire popu, it'on of Mont
gomery county, low.'i. John W, Hell, aged
f, and his wife, aged 4T. wire brutally
wlih the Importance of the sensitlnnsl
st'int.i and they were all properly appreciated.
1 rom 11h1, before the ihclnrRtton of ! ;,.,t .!.,w.. while In be.l In their home on
war were Issued, letters and postals came ' tbe F.lwnr.l Hayes farm between Stanton
from M'ss Fhinbeth Stewart of the pub- ; u,,(, (laturiliiy night,
lie library staff. Miss l.ettln I'.by of Kel- Tht. llh,allant of the couple. Hoy Clark,
loin school. Mis. C. F. l'abs and daugh-I .,....,, r n,- tr.vea riuich. flre,l fixe
State. Suierltet, RHI.
Thoma. Kays. Elliott.
j family had arranged for lil.n. He did not
' srrvo his lequirrd military tenn. so it is
i ...utv.1. ihaf lm onw lMen drafted
into tho German army.
Willi-m H. Schmollrr of the Fchmoller
."iTuelUr piano iinnpany Is another well
known Oinahan who haj not been heard
from, lie wu.i visiting hla mother, i?ed
and III at Eisenach, in southeast Ciermuny,
when the war broke out. and he Is now
cut off from the rest of tlia world by tha
wnrrlng forces on all sides,
liana Rnscr. the German vice-consul for
Omaha, is also marooned In Germany with
his wife. They hae not been heard from
since they sailed, so far aa la known.
They were lo return on the Vaterland,
which hHS been commandeered by the
Teaeliera I nheard From.
Among the teachers caught abroad by
the War, Miss Marie Wetzel of Saunders
school has not been heard from, except
indirectly, since July 28. At that time
she was leaving Miss Kthel l.ynn, an
other Omaha teacher, In Switzerland.
Miss Wetzel wan going to Germany, and
Miss l.ynn reached Paris safely, from
whhh city she wrote regarding the other
Henry Schumacher, custodian of the
German Home here, was In Germany nt
last reports, and Is not known to have
eommunlcuttd with Omaha people Bincc
last month. Misses Pollard, Isabel Pol
lard and Josephine Neary have not been
heard from. They are nurses and were
studying In Germany. H Is believed they
may have joined the tied Cross. Miss
Oorlnne Paulson, Mlas Laiclla Pegau and
.Miss' Gertrude Koeper wr-re also in Gr
ter. Miss Katheilnc. and Mrs. M. T. Pal-
rick. The latter wrote hr daughter, Mrs.
Mylea Standlsh. from northern Italy An- j
gust 1, but made no mention of the war!
that was looming largo on the horiion.
It Is hoped by her relatives that she man- j
aged to serure a berth on one of the sev
ers! boats w hich have since sailed from I
Italy, but no record Is mailable of any I
such luck on her part.
l.nat W nrd from Denmark.
From Ivnniark the last word came'
from Mrs. I. Sibbernson and sons. Hrexelj
and Clarence, and from Mr. and Mrs O.
C. Knuilsi n and granddaughter. Miss
Frances Hell, was written before the war.
Although tourists In Sweden are not yet
intimately concerned In wartime activity
Hiid preparations, there are a number of
Ofhahans In that country whose relatives
hera arc worried because no messages
hnv been received from them since Mars
stuck his sword In Kitropean Roll. Among
them are: Mrs. Kdholm, at Krlstbnla;
Mis. Joscphliio swnnson ami daughter
snd Mr. and Mrs. P. Peterson, at Vad
stena; Nels Atilgnn. a veteran employe
of tho Viilon Pacific whops: Cnrl Wall (.r j fire, lie would have killed the girls, he
the HiiBi innnn Vlhcgar company, with his I told Sheriff Jackson, only they pleaded
shots at the coiinle from a double
barreled shotgun and also fired a shot
ai ross the hallway from the room In
which tha couple was sleeping at their i
two daughters, the last shot having no
MnrHerer Taken Knatl. j
Clark wan found by County Attorney .
j W. IT rta.lrliff and Sheriff W. E. Jack-
ii.n of lied Oak. who hurried to the.
! s.ene of the crime, silting In the front
I yard of the Hell home with the shotgun
! crossing his knees. He said that his in-
i m-o. I... L 111 t whnli. fanillv be
cause they had placed him under undue
Tho murdered couple. It appears, had
been shopping In Stanton Saturday and
on their return home conceived the Idea
that Clark had acted Irregularly towards
their young daughters.
t.lrla Plead fr I. Ire.
They reprimanded Clark, It Is srild. and
later went to bed. and Clark, burning with
Indignation as the result of the reprl-
... .. .1 . n I rn.l l..lr mom Anrl nnetieil
A ttgnlai clr.V.IS, With the Inepi edible ;
Uts Miller In the lob- of ringmaster, was1
fta.gr. I In Klmwood park ester.lay aftei-i
noon by the Travelers' Protote awso- j
. latlon. when iVn members of the or
ganisation gathered for tho annual picnic. 1
Theio weie a number of blgbfalut In :
jobs, which were hel, down with mnoh
ability as follows: President, IV rt lloag.
or the Mate division, captain of "flggera ";
George txing, spieler; Fred Martin, prop
erty man: I.. V . Han and Hilly F.ck.
aerial performers. George liaxldgc, some
sort of a leader: Joe I'relhus, h,nilma.-tcr
chin music); Hugh Melrher cistodhiii of
pities; II. is Hose, iifsher; Charles Alen.
Sam Fngllsh and Charley Hopper, animal
feeders; Sain Chcmlss, lnsector; Frank
H Holbrook. assistant Inspector.
The circus Itself was a success, ns all
those eating h cream, drinking pink
lemonade and chewing delicious sand
wiches testified, for they were in a state
of hilarity all afternoon and evening.
I Pome of the circus fonts were: Haltlc
j Jugglers, conical lady jugglers, chln-a-i
Irapese performers, classic lady rope
! walkers, peel-the-fellne, Mexican senora
' knife Juggler. Jap hand and rhln bal
ancers, a polo game, African baseball
i game, hippodrome races anj clown e n
The plcnl era were not always certain
j whether the Japanese hand ba I sneers or
j the lady roe walker were performers.
but lllngmaster Miller Impressed them
wife nnd daughter; Miss l.ydla Peterson.
Mrs. Anna F.rl kso:i. Miss Kmma Pi ter
son, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson and Miss Anna
Johnson of Henson; Miss Anna Herg
qulst. Miss Kdlth Westl'an.l. Sister Anna
Nelson of Swedish Immaiiuel hospital,
Mlts Knrlii Oanlelson. Peter S. llosander.
wife and two daughters of Henson and
Mr. and Mrs. August Nordqulst.
Far removed from the present seat of
war, and yet Imminently roncerned In
the world-war situation If Japan starts
fighting, is Mile. Marie Louise Andre,
teacher of French at Hrownell Hall, who
Is now somewhere In the orient. She
sailed on a Japanese steamer. Is not due
back till the latter part of next month
and has not been heard from since h
left In June.
Arthur 0. Smith
Saves Rev. Mackay
From Steerage Berth
How Itev. Thoma J. Mackay. raetor ef
All Saints' church, one of Omaha a most
tasblotiable congregation. Waa unex
pectedly rescued from the steerage of the
neamshlp Hoyal George after embarking
for America, is told by Pr. Mackay in a
letter Just received by hla wife.
Arthur C. Smith was the good ancel of
the rector.' The latter had paid for fir;
class accommodations on the boat, but In
the confusion that prevailed, ha found
none left for him.
While preparing to make his bed In the
steerage, with many other passenger
who would ordinarily travel first class.
I ir. Mackay was seed by Mr. Smith, who
offered him a berth In his stateroom.
Neither had known the other waa on tha
boat until aftert sailed.
"The Fngllnh are confident of success,'
the minister writes, "but I think tha
Germans are really much stronger than
they are rated by the Hrltone."'
!r. Mac kay is now In Hoaton. but plans
to return to Omaha in time to take up
his pawtoral duties the second Sunday In
Tickling of the Throat
quickly relieved by Pr. King's New Pi"
rovery, the great cough and cold remedy.
A safo and sure medicine. 6oc and St.
All druggists. Advertisement
...d sisterly feeling for each otner.- use , when la..t heard from In July. Mrs.
their utmost endeavor both ,na of ! J. R. Ougler. Mrs. D. 3. Griffith and
Fu'roM f to their senses and stop this car- BriM.pt Povck(. were nlso there and have
nnge of blood. And be it '"''JJjr ' rm ' not been heard from since tho war began.
Kesoivea, .inutrs of this In Zone .f Fighting
presa .-.. be foi-
1 a wea
lamcaster, 61 pets... 14c
iseward - 3T.7
Scotts Fluff 217
Tola l W.U47
1M epreaa "" .i,.,-nf
W meet. ng. ami i.t - d Ft.,
1W warded to eveu ';""r" ri,.A states.
,22 low .Shev iolnwl.h us in
. U rAOOPSt tflBl llli J""'
this movement for world 1-.
Young Woman Knows
Little of Assault
Right in the zone of fighting, In the
Duchy or Luxemburg, was the location of
Mrs. Otto Vollmer and two children at
last reports, last month. Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick H. Kuegle and Rev. O. D.
Baltzly of KounUe Memorial lutheran
church are not known to have sent word
to their relatives here since tho war
caught them unexpectedly on the conti
nent. While Mr. and Mrs. Charles II. Brown
are believed to be safe at a mountain
villa near Vienna, no word has passed
to or from them for many weeks. Al-
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
I NCOL.N Aug. 23.-(Speciut.)-The
police authorities of Lancaster county
.re still somewhat up in thi air over
Ronnie Mellon, tin; young though lianclall l. Brown has made a
.llo was found In an unconscious number of el forts to reach them through
condition Friday morning in the south
east portion of the city, showinp signs
Are Reported Safe
Letters were received In Omaha Satur
day from Miss Lydia McCague and Miss
Kthel Lynn, Omaha teachers, who were
in Paris when they wrote. August 5 and
Miss Lynn told how It was necessary
to stand in line to get passports from
the police, so as to leave the city, and
then to stand in line at the depot to get
numbers, as at a barber shop, for the
trains leaving for the coast. She said she
had been lucky enough to have some
English gold with her, so was not short
of funUd. as most of tha tourists were.
She has passage on the Arabic, ta leave
Liverpool August 2o.
Miss McCague wrote that Americans in
Paris were being well treated and were
contented. She said she expected to sail
or. the Holland-American liner Rhuydam,
August 22, which was yesterday, 'he had
seen Prs. Conlln and Anderson and the
William Newton family In Paris. Those
two physicians have since sailed for
America, and the New-tons reached
Copenhagen safely and are now thought
to be In London. Miss McCague referred
to other letters she had written, but
which have not been received by her
relatives here, so It ia evident that some
o: the mails are delayed and confused.
for their lives and he dldn t have the
nerve to do it.
The girls, while Clark was sitting In the
front yard waiting for what he must have
known would Inevitable capture, crept j
silently to the telephone In the housa and
Informed neighbors of the tragedy. The
latter telephoned authorities In Red Oak
nnd tho capture of Clark was tha ultimate
The farm on which the Bells lived and
on which Clark was foreman Is owned
by Edward Hayes, a wealthy ranch
owner, who has aeveral farms subletted
throughout the state of Iowa. Clark had
under him several men.
A spontaneous Inquest was held on the
scene of the crime by the coroner of
Montgomery county, who accompanied
Ihe sheriff and county attorney lo tho
scene, but no verdict was reached, and
another Inquest will be held later. Clark
was Jailed at Red Oak, on his trip to the
Jail being followed by a horde of auto
mobiles containing residents of Red Oak
and neighboring towns, who hastened to
the scene of the double killing soon after
the daughter's warning had become
known. No fear of violence or lynching
Is held by Sheriff Jackson.
r h.vlnt been drugged and assaulted
.-he still continues In a seml-uncor.seious
state, at times talking quite intelligently,
but at other times seeming to kown lit
tle of tbe conditions undre which th
was found. When able to talk ehe said
that two men had met her at the street
corner, had placed something over her
mouth and then struck her on the back
of her head. A man by the name of
Albert Anderson, who passed aa her
brother, was apprehended last night and
admitted ho was in no way related to
her and knew nothing of the. assault
until the next morning, when he called
at the house, where the girl had been
employed as a domestic, beginning work
The irl has been married and her
190 (people lve somewhere In Kansas, while
1M Aderson'a parents are in busings In Ed
gar. I loth parties are being neia hi
the county Jail.
the State department, he has so fa. sue
reeded only in finding out that an Im
penetrable wall surrounds their locality,
so far as private dispatches are con
cerned. The same situation exists with Edward
B. Perkins, eon of Mr. and Mrs. F. W.
(.Iltner Wtna und I.naea.
Phltner played F.lduiadn at Harvard
V ednesrtay and Thursday, winning one
game and losing one gsine. Score. firt.t
Glltner .1 1 0 1 0 0 3 2 0 9 10 0
Eldorado 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 7
Hatteries: Glltner. II. Cox and Ward;
p:idorado. Potts, Stone, Nelson and F7rlc
Score, second game: R.H. Ei
Glltner 0 OtltOlAOO z4g
Eldorado 1 02010000 44
Ratteriea: Glltner. O. Cnx and Luby;
Eldorado, Rasher and Erlcson.
Wedding of Interest
to Many Nebraskans
Miss Hazel Jane Menter of Sioux City.
Ia., and Walter P. Haythorne of Ogalalla.
Neb., were married Sunday. August M, at
the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. C.
10. Menter. Rev. Mr. Oarnor, rector of
the Episcopal church of Sioux City, per
formed the ceremony. Only the Immediate
family of the bride wero present.
The bride wore a gown of yellow crepe
de chine with yellow lace, and carried
yellow roses. The house was decorated
with yellow rosea.
Mr. and Mrs. Haythorne were boy and
girl together at Ogalalla. where they
grew up. Mrs. Haythorne was prominent
there In the work of the Episcopal church,
as well as in the social life of the town.
Mr. Haythorne Is the eldest son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Haythorne, and Is asso
elated with his father in the management
of the extensive live stork and ranch
business. One of the presents to the
bride was a J:in,0o0 interest In a stock
ranch from her father-in-law. i
Mr. and Mrs. Haythorne will spend ;
their honeymoon touring the Yellowstone
and northwest In an auto, having started
on the trip last Monday. They will make
their liome on Iho "4 ' ranch near Ogalalla.
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Insurance Field News
The most desirable furnished rooms are
advertised In Tha Bee. Get a nice cool
room for the summer.
l inning 3S
l cdar -. 4.
i hirfieid 43
Keya Paha S4
Knox SI I
I .t.ie 24
Everybody Reads Bee Want Ada.
Count of Moose :
iFrom a Staff Correspondent.) '
LINCOLN. Neb.. Aug. 2 iSpeclal.)
3,H4J Very little is known regarding the vote;
14 cast for candidates of the hull moose!
party at the primary Tuesday. Chief En
gineer Corrlck said this morning that It!
had been very hard lo get returns and
so far he had only heard from shout fifty
The return from these counties gave
Sackett, candidate for guvernor, between
.0 and 600 votes, but these did net In-;
,1... lisunrlna and Lancaster counties..
''"I which were expected to giy- a s'to voce
.! ! for the mooter ticket. Holt county alone.
. I ... ... ... ... .ilM Hi. II ia the'
J'l l cave odcR' 'v ....... i . .
borne of Miko Harrington, who. It is bald,
haa put in a great amount of time in am
effort to build up the moose cause In thatj
Tot,la 5,062 1,3?? l.&'i 1,01
Fire at llamboUt.
Hl"MBOLIT. Neb., Avig. 2a (Special )
Early yesterday morning Ihe two-story
frame building occupied by Prevoe Run
van ss a restaurant and dwelling was
foUDd to be on fire. The building was
permanently damaged, possibly beyond
lepair. Thure was 100 Insurance on the
building, owned by Mrs. Hauer, which
will not rover the loss. Mr.. Runyon's
loss 1 partially covered by Insurance.
Brat Dlarruoea Reme4r.
If you have eve, used Chamberlain's
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you know that It is a success. Sam F.
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thanks to this remedy. I am now well
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Ever) body Read bee Want Ads.
S , .1 I ,H IT F, AW 1 B U I
In Goes a Tin of
At home, or traveling, it's easy to hate lliis delightful beverage., by ttiNnolving a teapxin
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The snappy flavour la much like that of ml Id, IiIkIi grade Java, hut Pctuni la pure and ah
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"There's a Reason"
The Commonwealth Life Insurance Company
Not Yet Four Years Old and has
SKVKN MILLIONS HVK 111NIIUKI) THOl SAVDS DOLLARS
Insurance in Force.
Is having a phenomenal growth. . Write! very liberal policies
Attractive agents contracts to producers.. If lnlereated call at
home office or write.
I RAN'S NELSON, President. Ira F. Atkinson, Agency Manager.
ACCIDENT AND HEALTH POLICIES
Prompt Settlement of Claims
Lion Bonding & Surety Co.
HOME OFFICE W. O. W. BUILDING
TELEPHONE DOUGLAS 678.
German-American Life Insurance Company
First Class Positions for
I-litre, TOH X A IK), AlTTOMOHlLK, PLATE CLASS, BOILER,
laUOIUV, HEALTH and ACCIDENT.
ALFRED C. KENNEDY
SOU First National Bank F.ulidlnf
Phone Douglas 722.
Phone Doug, 2.8
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