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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY. JULY 27, 1916
Platform Adopted by Nebraska Democrats
The democratic party of the Ute
of Nebraska reaffirms its belief in the
fundamental principles of the party
as neretotore announced in its var
ious national platforms.
We particularly endorse and pledge
our suDDort to the olatform recently
adopted in St. Louis. The record of
our party, both state and nation is
uch that it meets the approval of all
persons who are interested in the
welfare of our country. Our record
is one of achievement. We have in
corporated into the laws of the state
and nation the olatform pledges of
tne party. We have kept taith with
the people. ;
Our pledges are now recorded in
the book of deeds, and on this record
we come before the people of the na
tion and state to ask for an endorse
ment of what we have done and for
a renewal of the commission for the
administration of the government.
Never before were so many and
such vexing problems presented to
any administration involving our
amicable relations with the rest of
the world. Never did i president
meet these problems with a letter
understanding of their subtleties, or
a higher conception of his own and
the national duty, than did President
Wilson. Despite the most vexing
complications, he has . maintained
with firmness the national honor and
upheld -the rights of American citi
zens until the justice of his attitude
has been conceded by those who had
assailed it. He has sturdily main
tained peace with honor, and with in
finite patience has mastered delicate
situations that, in less skilled hands,
must have eventuated in either a loss
of national prestige or the horrors
of war. We endorse, without reser
vation, his conduct of the delicate
negotiations with Mexico, and wel
come the prospect he affords us of
soon resuming our normal relations
with that republic through processes
that seem certain to win for our peo
ple, a friendship from the Mexican
people such as they have not enter
tained for more than half a century.
Weongratulate the people of the
United States because :he;r president
has inspired every Latin-American
republic with a better comprehension
of our good intentions toward them
than it ever had before, and has
payed the way for a Pan-American
union mat must tremenduously ad
vantage all of us in the promotion of
better neighborhood and better com
mercial intercourse. Hi aHminin..
iiauun nas ocen sucn that he merits
the approval of all parties and the
democracy of Nebraska pledges its
heartiest support to President Wil
son and Vice President Marshall.
We believe the people, without re
gard to politics, recognize the unex
ampled prosperity of every part of the
country, under four years of demo
cratic rule. The national wealth has
been increased more than fifty billions
of dollars. The people have more
money in the banks than they have
ever had before. The notable pros
perity of the agricultural classes is to
every one apparent. Business is on
a sound basis and yielding unusual
profits. Labor finds more employ
ment at better -wages than was ever
enjoyed in this country.
As a testimony concerning the con-,
dition of the industrial classes, we in
vite attention to the recent statement
of Samuel Gompers, president of the
American Federation of Labor, that
more has been done for the laborer
under President Wilson and the
democratic administration than un
der any previous administration. We
believe that the people of alt classes
axe satisfied with existing conditions,
and that a great majority of them
do not crave a change.
We direct attention of the voters
formerly allied with the progressive
party to the recent statement of
Theodore Roosevelt that most of the
great principles of the progressive
Dartv have either heen mnartttA intn
law or embodied in, party platforms
and suggest that none, except the
democratic party, has been enacting
laws during the past four years.
We congratulate the people of Ne
braska, on the fact that our dis
tinguished United States senator, Gil
bert M. Hitchcock, and our demo
cratic congressmen, Daniel V. Steph
ens, Ashton C. Shallenbarger and
Charles O. Lobeck, have rendered
notable services in the support of con
structive legislation of benefit to the
masses of the people. The first
thought of these men. has been the
welfare of the common man. We
Heartily endorse their candidacy for
.re-election. We also endorse the
candidacy of Hon. W. L. Stark, John
A. Maguir and Edwin McDermott
for congress. To secure constructive
and beneficial legislation we must
elect a democratic United States sena
tor and members of 'congress.
. We recognize in our candidate for
governor, Keith Neville, a citizen of
high character, good business judg
ment, and earnest loyalty to the
state, and its welfare; and we pledge,
to the voters of Nebraska that, should
he-be elected as .their chief executive,
he will bring to bear, in conducting
the state administration, the same
high sense of honor and the same rec
ognized capacity that has made the
administration of Governor John H.
Morehead popular among the adher
ents of all parties. "
We bespeak for the other demo
cratic candidates on the state ticket,
the privilege of aiding.him, just as
have Governor Morehead's colleagues,
in providing acleftri and capable gov
ernment. , .. . , .. , ,
' We commend the candidates of our
state ticket to the voters of Nebraska
is men worthy of their support.
' We invite attention to the honest,
capable and efficient administration
of the state's business under the dem
ocratic administration for the last four
years. ' , -;
', We invite attention of taxpayers in
particular to the fact that state taxes
have been reduced nearly $1,000,000
during this biennium alone.
. The democratic party takes pride
in the initiative and referendum sys
tem which it gave to the state to en
able i the voters to pass directly and
outside of the lines of partisan politics
on questions that are essentially non
partisan in their nature. Under this
system the voters have passed already
on the question of woman suffrage.
Under it they will decide this year th'e
fate of the proposed state-wide prohi
bitory amendment involving a ques
tion that,-as President Wilson has
nnnarriaan. I tt f.mAia.j n r ,
holds fast to the principle that it is
the duty of any party in power to
carry out the will of the people, as to
any law or constitutional amendment
so submitted and adopted, and it so
pledges its candidates. It promises
the people that if the amendment is
Chairman L. F. Langhorst of Elm
wood. State committee will fill other of
fices. Members of the state com
mittee: James B. Davis, Humboldt.
A. P. Young, Nebraska City.
Dr. E. O. Weber, Wahoo.
Thomas Hoctor, J. P. Butler, Ar
thur Mullen, F. J. McArdle, J. C
Nels M. Jensen, Blair.
I. M. Hurley, Ponca.
J. A. Backhaus, Pierce.
Dr. W. H. Mullen, Bloomfield.
J. T. -Brady, Albion.
B. W. Gill. Madison.
C. E. Reynolds, Rising City.
C J. Campbell, J.'S. McCarty, Lin
Geo. Cotton, Table Rock.
W. C. Weiss, Hebron.
Charles Nelson, Dorchester.
Harry Requartte, York.
Dan Livingstone, Lawrence.
E. F. Moore, Beaver City.
A. R. Kinney, Ravenna.
Frank Haycox, Callaway.
I. I. Harrington. ffNeil.
J. S. Coston, Willow Island.
P. Jones. Maywood.
illiam Ritchie, jr., Bridgeport
H. E. Gantz, Alliance.
Chris M. Guenther,; Columbus.
M. L. Corey, Clay Center.
M. D. Keenan of Spaulding.
adopted at the polls it will support
such legislative acts as may be neces
sary to put the popular decree in
force. Should the proposed prohibi
tory amendment fail of adoption, the
democratic party will accept its fail
ure as a declaration by the people
that they are satisfied with the local
we pledge the- nominees ot tne
party to an honest administration of
the law. In the words of the consti
tution, we "shall take care that the
laws be faithfully executed."
The republican cartv in its national
platform has declared in favor of giv
ing to me ieaerai government exclu
sive control of the transportation of
the country. We are unalterably op
posed to this attempt to destroy state
control which in Nebraska and many
other states has been of service to the
people. Both forms of control are
necessary, one for through business
and far-reaching questions and one for
meal business and local questions. We
oledare to the people of this state that
our candidates for United States sena
tor and for members of congress will
oppose this effort to destroy state
control, which is guaranteed by our
state constitution, and thus leave the
people without, relief on local com
plaints. Our party has taken advanced
grounds in divorcing the courts from
partisan politics. In compliance with
the party pledge,- we have enacted a
law which provides for the non-partisan
selection of judges of the courts.
We believe that substantial good has
resulted, and will result to the people
of this state by reason of the present
method of nominating: and electing
our judges of the courts. We believe
this same principle would add greatly
to the efficiency and general welfare
of the public school system of the
state. We favor legislation that will
provide for the selection of all elective
school officers on a non-partisan bal
lot, and we pledge the passage ot
whatever legislation is necessary to
secure this reform.
We believe that all of the people re
siding in the Platte valley are en
titled to the greatest possible use that
can be made of the waters impounded
in the Pathfinder reservoir consistent
with existing and vested rights there
in; and we especially recommend and
favor that the United States reclama
tion service deliver at the respective
headgates of those who have pur
chased water, the amount by them
purchased, and that there be released
for them at the reservoir sufficient
water to alldw for seeoaee and evap
oration between the reservoir and the
place of delivery. We further recom
mend that the greatest possible co
operation be had between the Ne
braska State Board of Irrigation,
Highways and Drainage and the
United States reclamation service.
We heartily endorse the plank con
tained in the national democratic
platform which declares in favor of
the control of flood conditions on the
Mississippi and other large rivers by
impounding in government construct
ed reservoirs, the flood waters of
tributary streams and for the using
of such impounded waters for the
reclamation of arid lands.
We favor a sufficient appropria
tion by the state to fight a success
ful conclusion the cases now pending
in the federal courts, seeking to pro
tect the just and prior rights of irri
gators in Nebraska against the en
croachments on the part of water
users in the states of Colorado and
We commend our senators and
congressmen who have earnestly en
deavored to have legislation enacted
by congress to conserve these
waters, and we ask congress to en
act such legislation and make such
appropriations as may be necessary
to construct and operate the tri
county project already surveyed in
Gosper, Phelps and Kearney coun
ties. We favor the conservation of the
national resources of this state and
the development of water power
from the streams of the states as
authorized by law. for the benefit
of the people of Nebraska.
We condemn the administration of
the republican state railway commis
sion in failing to properly adjust tele
phone rates, in setting aside rate
agreements between telephone com
panies and the public and in failing
to properly gather evidence for use
in rate matters before the Interstate
Commerce commission and the fed
eral courtj. We believe that the elec
tion of Victor E. Wilson to member
ship in the commission would result
in the correction of, existing abuses.
We especially endorse the rural
credit law recently passed by con
gress. Nebraska is one of the lead
ing agricultural states; it is the logical
and natural field in which one of the
regional banks provided for in this act
will operate. We earnestly urge upon
the board to locate one of these banks
in this state.
We favor the passage of the fol
lowing legislation and pledge ' the
party and its nominees to its enact
ment: 1. Such remedial good roads legis
lation as will insure the people of tbi J
state ot we Drama tneir just pro
portion of the $75,000,000 recentlv an
propriated by congress for the use of
the states, together with an economic
use and distribution ot the same in
constructing public highways through
out the state.
2. Legislation looking to the em
ployment of its convicts on the public
highways of the state to the end that
all the people of the state may be
3. The maintenance of a permanent
publicity bureau to give information
regarding the resources of our state
and thereby encourage more people to
make their homes among us.
4. Such amendments to the work
man's compensation act as are necei
sary to (A) adequately compensate
those who are injured; (B) to safe
guard the right to persons who are
injured oy ine insolvency -01 mcir employers.
5. The continuance of the supreme
6. Liberal appropriations for the de
velopment, maintenance, and support
ot all educational institutions, includ
ing rural high schools and con
soTidated schools, which were author
ized bv democratic legislation.
The following separate resolution
was rousingty adopted by the demo
The democrats of Nebraska send
cordial greetings to the 2,000 Ne
braska citizen soldiers who are now
enduring the vicissitudes of climate
and the toils of camp life on the Mexi
can border in response to the call of
We express our appreciation of the
readiness shown by those boys to
meet their country s most critical
needs, and we congratulate the par
ents of Nebraska upon their produc
tion of such sturdy patriots and join
with them in the hope that the two
Nebraska regiments may see no more
hazardous service than thus tar en
countered, and that they may soon be
returned to their homes and families.
And City Planning
Board Get Together
The City Planning board has
reached a Joser understanding with
Chief Engineer Headley of the Mis
souri Pacific relative to the Belt Line
elevation of tracks. The company's
engineer will recommend a clear road
way and permanent structure at Far-
nam street, the same as was agreed
for Dodge street, but will not recom
mend this for Douglas street. Indi
cations are that inasmuch as the Mis
souri Pacific has yielded to the main
contentions of the planning board, an
official agreement will be made next
week and the work started.
Trouble Over Hen
SettledOut of Court
A neighborhood quarrel over a set
ting hen and two settings of eggs
brought Wilson A. Robinson of Ben
son into county court today for his
preliminary hearing upon a complaint
by Victor F. Vigren, who charged
that Robinson attempted to shoot him.
Judge Crawford, after a hearing, or
dered the complaint dismissed, and
the trouble will be settled out of court.
Trade Trip to Iowa is
Put Off Because of Heat
Tires arc blowing out on the hot
and dusty roads now-adays. For that
reason the trade trip which was to be
made by Omaha trade boosters to
day to Atlantic, la., has been
?ostponed indefinitely. Every day
resh reports come in of the very
dusty condition of the road in Iowa
and in this section ot Nebraska.
Mrs. Mary Carmack of the City
Central Suffrage committee was in
jured by a fall in her home, early this
Mrs. W. L. Holbrook and daugh
ters. Florence and Marv. are Soendinir
a two weeks' vacation in Chicago,
Milwaukee and Davenport.
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Adair left
Tuesday for St. Louis to attend the
meeting ot the United states League
of Loan and Building Associations.
After that they will go east to Que
bec and Boston and will be gone
about three weeks.
ACHES AND PAINS
Don't neglect a pain anywhere, bat find
out whet eeuaee It end conquer tne eeuse.
A pain in the kidner region mey put you on
your beck tomorrow. Don't bleme the wea-
ther for ewollcn feet, it mey be en edvenced
warning of Bright a dlaeaee. A petn In the
atomach mey be the flret aymptom of appen
dicitis. A creek in e joint mey be the fore
runner of rheumetiam. Chronie heedechea
more than likely warn you of aerloua etom
ach trouble. The beat way le to keep in
good condition dey in end dey out Dy regu
larly taking GOLD MEDAL HAARLEM
OIL Cepsulea. Sold by reliable druffgiata.
Money refunded if they do not help you.
Beware of aubatltutea. The oniy pure im
ported Haarlem Oil Capaulca ere the GOLD
H fiilAL, Advertlaement.
Zemo for Dandruff
You do not want a slow treatment
when hair is falling and the dandruff
germ is killing the hair roots. Delay
means no hair.
Get, at any drug store, a bottle of
zemo for 25c or $1.00 for extra large
size. Use as directed, for it does the
work quickly. It kills the dandruff
germ, nourishes the hair roots and
immediately stops itching scalp. It
is sure and safe, is not greasy, is easy
to use and will not stain. Soaps and
shampoos are harmful, as they con
tain alkali. The best thing to use is
zemo, for it is pure and also inex
pensive. Zemo, Cleveland.
"Snuffene" for Hay Few.
Toa can atop that eneeeing, ana) a ecu re
clear Head and I yea, by the mac of
Cooke Hay Fever Relief.
It la applied to both the noee aac) eyea,
and la of benefit to thoucande wao are
now aemt It It la a remedy of Merit, a
ean bo obtained at all Drue Stone, or
will be mailed to yon direct upon receipt
Write for Pamphlet.
COOK CHEMICAL COMPANY,
Ceaper, Wyoming, O. S. A.
HOT SPELL MAY BE
INJURIOUS TO CORN
Reports Show That it is Be
ginning to Fire a Little on
Edge of Fields.
NO LET-UP IS IN SIOHT
"Fair and continued warm" is the
Omaha weather forecast as the pres
ent heat spell draws itself out into
Tuesday the thermometer rose to
98 in Omaha. At Columbus it was
101 and at O'Neill 100. The seven
teen other weather bureau stations in
the state all had temperatures up very
There has been no rain in the state.
The rainfall in Omaha since March
1 is seven and four-fifths inches less
than usual. We have had 9.67 inches
since March 1 and, normally, accord
ing to statistics, we should have had
17.50 inches. At most places in the
state they have had more rain and no
crops are suffering.
The morning opened with a higher
temperature than prevailed yesterday
at 8 o'clock. According to the Bur
lington reports none of their stations
in the state registered a temperature
of less than 70 degrees. The hottest
place at 8 o'clock was Hickman, which
reported a temperature of 90 degrees.
Reports are coming in that corn is
beginning to need rain, with occasion
al cases of firing around the edges of
fields. Oklahoma corn is reported
severely injured by drought and
winds and Illinois is in need of rain.
Summary of Crop Conditions.
The summary of crop conditions
in corn and wheat region prepared by
the government says:
"Tne warm weavher was very favor
able for corn in the north and east
and the crop made splendid advance
ment. Rain is needed for corn over
much of the region from the central
MississiDDi valley southweatward.
the condition is somewhat serious in
parts of Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas
and Missouri. Haying and harvest
s' of winter wheat, oats and rye pro
gressed well in all central districts,
and the weather was favorable for
threshing. Also spring wheat made
rapid growth in Washington and
Montana, but it was damaged by high
temperature in the Dakota, and Min
nesota, and some rust is reported in
spring wheat and oats. Tobacco was
favorably affected, except in the
amirhrast. Ranges are still needing
rain in the central and southern Rocky
mountain and Great Plains states. Pas
ture is in good condition in the east
and extreme north. Conditions were
mostly favorable for garden truck
beets, flax and most
fruits. Potatoes are doing well in the
north, nut temperature is too ina",
and they are needing rain in some of
me central uiemne.
Man Sleeps "Out" and is
Now Out Twenty Dollars
Charles lohnson o Clevelai.d. O..
chose Jefferson square as the ideal
sleeping-out spot luesday night.
He became acauainted with two
men, who also were strong for the
Pn- . ...
nut it was tne old story, wnen
tl.e sun came peeping over the city's
skvline in the morning, Johnson
awoke and found his two newly made
friends gone also $20 he had cached
in his pistol pocket, at reported
his loss to the police.
Do Something for Your Gold.
At the tlrat algn of a eough or cold take
Dr. Bella Ptne-Tar-Honey. Tou won't Buf
fer Ions. SSo. All drugglata. Aay.
Arousing Interest in the
Federal Land Bank Bill
Another special meeting of the
Omaha Real Estate Exchange was
held at noon when the committee
hustling for a federal land bank for
Omaha made a report. The commit
tee merely reported on what it has
done in the way ol gathering data and
sending telegrams to the Nebraska
contingent in congress. The commit
tee was continued, and everyone was
instructed to boost for the meeting at
the Commercial club Thursday noon,
when Senator Hitchcock is to go into
the details of the federal land bank
bill. Frank H. Myers of the Real
Estate Exchange is to preside at this
Bee Want Ads produce results.
Ty Cobb, Super-man, World's Greatest
Baseball Player, Tells How Nuxated
Iron Gave Him New Life
This great giant of strength and endurance says he now plays a better game than when
he was younger.
Physician explains why taking Nuxated Iron gave
Ty Cobb such tremendous strength and vitality
after he was so weakened and all "run-down"
ays it will often increase the strength and power
of delicate, nervous folks 200 per cent in two week's
New York, N. V.
When Interviewed in
hii apartment at Bret
ton Hall. Ty Cobb
aid: "Hundred! of
people writ to ma to
know how I train and
what I do to keep up
that force and vitality
which enable me to
play practically every
day of the entire base
ball season. They won
der why 1 ean play a
better tame today
than when I waa
younger. The tec ret it
keeping up the sup
ply of Iron hi my
blood exactly what
everyone elee ean do
If they will.
"At the beginning
of the present aeaaon
I wii nervoua and
run down from a bad
tuck of toneilltla,
but aoon the paper
began to atate: 'Ty
Cobb haa "eome back. '
He ia hitting up the
old tr.de." The tee ret
was Iron Nuxated
Iron filled me with
and take almple nuxated ire, I
am convinced that the live ef
thou lands of pereona might to
aved who now die every year
from pneumonia, grippe, eonsomp
tton, kidney, liver and heart trou
ble, etc. The real and true eauae
which atarted their dlaeaaee waa
nothing more nor leea than a weakened
condition brought on by lack of Iron
in the blood. Iron ta absolutely neces
sary to enable your blood to change
food Into living tissue. Without it, ne
matter how much or what you eat,
your food merely paaaee through you
without doing you any good. Tou dont
get the atrength out of it, and m a
consequence you become weak, pale
and sickly looking, juet like a plant
trying to grow In a aoti defieient in
iron. If tou are not strong or well you awe It to
yourself to make the following teat. Bee how long
you can work or how far you can walk without be-
coming tired. Next take two five-grain tablet f
ordinary nuxated iron three time per day after
meali for two weekt. Than teet your strength
again and ee for youraelf how much you have)
I am astonished at the tremendeve etrength
and endurance which I ee quickly obtained from
taking Nuxated Irea 1 feat ywuager and
stronger today than over wafer hi my life, and
the proof ia shown by the laet that I play
better game than when I was younger.
"Now they aay I'm worth $80,000 a year
to any baseball team, yet without plenty of
Iron In my blood I wouldn't be worth five
cents. Nuxated Iron supplies that 'atay
there' atrength and vim that make men of
mark and women of power." Continuing,
Dr. Sauer said: "Mr. Cobh'a ease 1 only
: one of hundreds which I could cite from my
own personal experience, which proves con
clusively the astonishing power of nuxated
iron to restore strength and vitality, even
in most complicated chronie conditions."
Not long ago a man earn to me who was
nearly half a century old and asked me to
give him a preliminary examination for life
Insurance. I waa astonished to find him
with the blood pressure of a boy of SO and
as full of vigor vim and vitality aa a young
man; In fact, a young man he really waa,
notwithstanding his age. The secret he said
was taking Iron nuxated Iron had (Wed him
with renewed life. At 80 he waa In bad
health; at 40 he waa careworn and nearly
all in. Now at SO a miracle of vitality and
his face beaming with the buoyancy of youth.
A I have said a hundred times over, Iron
is the greatest of all strength builders. If
people would only throw away patent medi-
gained. I have seen dosens of nervous, run
down people who were ailing all the while
double their strength and endurance and
entirely get rid of all symptoms of dyspep
sia, liver and other troubles In from ten
to fourteen days' time simply by taking
iron in the proper form. And this after they
had In some cases been doctoring for months
without obtaining any benefit. But don't
take the old forms of reduced iron simply to
aave a few cent. You must take Iron in a
form that ean be anally absorbed and as
similated like nuxated Iron If yon want It
to do you any good, otherwise It may prove '
worse than useless.
Many an athlete or prise lighter haa won
the day simply because he knew the secret
of great strength and endurance and filled
his blood with Iron before he went Into the
affray, while many another baa gone to In
glorious defeat clmply for the laek of iron.
E. Sauer, M, D. . ,
A good batter must be hi prim physical condition ha needs a eael head. jnlsli
sye and tremendous strength to put the swing behind the bat.
Ty Cobb Is undoubtedly the greatest baseball player In the history f the game. A
abort time ago he wai weakened and all "run-down"-today he la a miracle of atrength
and endurance, due to filling his bleed with plenty of Iron. Ha eaye Nuxated Iran haa
given him new life and renewed energy and put the eld-time vim and vigor youth
Into his blood.
Note Nuxated Iron, recommended above
by Dr. Bauer, Is not a patent medicine nor
secret remedy, but on which la well-known
to drugglata and whose Iron oonetltuenta are
widely prescribed by eminent physician
everywhere. Unlike the older inorganic iron
products. It Is easily assimilated, doea not
Injure the teeth, mitkc them black, nor up
set the stomach; on the contrary, 1t Is a
most potent remedy In nearly all forms of
Indigestion as well as for nervous, run
down condition. The manufacturer have
such great confidence in Nuxated Iron that
they offer to forfeit $100.00 to any charit
able institution if they cannot take any
man or woman under 00 who lacks Iron and
Increase their strength 100 per eant or over
m four weeks' time, provided they have no
serious organic trouble. They also offer to
refund your money If It does not at leaat
double your atrength and endurance In ten
days time. It Is dispensed In this etty by
Sherman A McConnell Drug Stores and all
good druggist.- Advertisement,
fiere's proof of the value of being prepared
n . i ii.iii .
a, asm m r m -wr sn. ax
We are for National preparedness.
We have proved the value to any organ
ization, whether it be government or
manufacturer, of being prepared for
It has been an established rule of this
institution to' lay in our supplies of
materials far in advance of their actual
We've donethis with the Saazer Hops
which we use exclusively in Budweiser,
Michelob, Muenchener and our new
soft drink Bevo always a two-year
advance supply. Preparedness.
Burin? the summer of 1914, one of out?
officials, while on his annual hop buy-)
ing trip abroad selected and purchased!
773,000 lbs. (1550 bales) of the choices!
Saazer Hops and had them shipped to
this country before the embargo was
rigidly enforced in March, 1915 pre
paredness. Add this to the large
stock on hand, and you will sea how,
secure preparedness has made out.
Our supply is sufficient to last at least
until the closing days of 1918.
-Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis
at atat, .
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Distributors. Omaha. Nhr
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