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THE BEE: OMAHA,' SATURDAY.- AUGUST 12, 1916.
KEARNEY IS HOST
Returning" Memberi of State
Association of Editors Are
CLARK PERKINS PRESIDENT
Kearney, Neb., Aug. 11. (Special
Telegram.) The Nebraska Pstss as
sociation arrived in Kearney today at
1 o'clock. A delegation of business
men, headed by the State Industrial
School band, met the train and es
corted the newspaper men and their
wives to the Commercial club, where
lunch was served. ;
The entire gathering then repaired
to the opera house, where a short
program was given. C. B. Manuel,
president of the Commercial club,
presided. Mayor Kibler delivered an
address of welcome, and A. L. Bixby
of Lincoln responded for the associa
tion. - ' ,
M. A. Brown of Kearney noted
some reminiscences during the fifty
years that he has been in the news
paper game. ...
This is the last city to be visited
by the editors, and many disbanded
v lot their homes at this point, but all
went' awar feeling that the Hub city
bad done its full share in entertaining
them during their brief stay. Short
age of time prevented putting on the
minstrel show or an automobile ride
about the city.
Entertained at North Platte. .
North Platte, Neb, Aug. 11. (Spe
cial Telegram.) The Nebraska Press
association special arrived in North
Platte two hours late and stood on
the siding while the editors completed
their morning nap and their bosti as
sembled. - " ' '
Rain caused a change in plans and
breakfast was served at the Episcopal
church instead of on the state farm.
The editors were taken to the state
experimental farm and a few other
nomts of interest. 1
The scribe continued to wonder at
the orosDeritv of the west and said
that "The Great American Desert"
was coming into its own. i , , v
Officer Elected. '"'
Scott's Bluff, Neb., Aug. 11. (Spe
cial Telegram.) At the business
meeting the following officers were
elected! President, Clark Perkins, Au
rora; vice president, C. B. Case, Rav
enna; secretary-treasurer, A. B. Scott,
Nebraska Printer, Edgar; correspond
ing secretary, Anna A. Hunt, Ponca
Advertiser. As the time was too short
to finish all of the business it was
decided to hold an adjourned meeting
at Omaha some time within the next
thirty days." If was also decided, to
hold the next annual' meeting V in
Omaha. The vote was, Omaha, 36;
Lincoln; 7: York. 2.- (
C Ck Johns, the retirnig secre-
lary-ircasurev nas neia inis ' oincc
tor the past nine years and only be'
cause his private business required
his entire time and attention and his
absolute refusal to continue to hold
the office longer made the,, election
of a new secretary-treasurer neces
sary, r.'y - . ", ."):)-,!.,'.:
The association will be the guests
on Friday of North Platte and Kear
ney, arriving In Grand Island Friday
evening in time for the memberi of
the party to take late trains for their
respective homes. ! ; ' ' ;i
Many of the visitors have never be
fore seen the wonders of an irrigated
sugar beet country, and were more
than pleased with the developments
that were shown them, v Their visit
to the million-dollar sugar - factory
here, to which is being added this
year $250,000 in improvements, was
a revelation. . j.. ;
Heavy Rain Falls
k InGage County
Beatrice, Neb, Aug. 11. (Special
Telegram.) Heavy rains fell in this
section of the state today giving the
corn fields a thorough soaking, The
rainfall here was 1.30 of an inch. Wy
more, Ode!! and other, points report
good rains which will , save tfie corn
in this section. V
Red Cloud, Neb, Aug. 1 !. (Special
i cicgram.; a ram or i J incnes leu
here today and was just in time to
save the corn and other crops here.
Rain fell steadily for' six hours and
farmer are an teeiing nappy. .
camonage, Heo,: Aug. 11. (Spe
cial Telegram.) Two and a half
s inches of rain the past couple days' will
Bicauy iicncm corn ana pastures.
; Guardsmen in Service
Are Barred From Voting
(from tlf CrrManat)
Lincoln, Aug. 11. (Special.) Ae-
cording to an opiriiori of ' Attorney
; General Willis E. .Reed, which ap
; pears to also be the opinion of Judge
E navocaie uenerai t; j. Murtin ol the
j Nebraska Guard, men in service on
the board cannot be Dermitted to
vote at the coming election unless
, given toe authority bv the state lev.
f islature and therefore there is little
I chance for them unless the present
E congress takes up the matter.
I A letter has been 'sent to every
, representative from Nebraska both
f in the senate and house asking that
; congress gram some reiiet in the
I matter,, ...
: DEATH REC0RD
V Mrs. MarU Lind.
Holdrege, Neb:; Aug. 11. (Spe
cial.) Funeral .f service for - Mr.
Maria Lind, aged 88 years, whose
death occurred Tuesday, were held
yesterday 'from the Mission church.
.conducted -by Rev. Alfred Liliestrand.
Burial was at. Chapel cemetery be
side the body' of Mr. Lind, whose
death occurred several years ago.1 The
oetcasca leu iour cnuaren, A. J,
Und. Loorais: Mrs. Andrew Sail
Sacramento; Miss Hannah Lind and
ir. utos Holm,. Holdrege. ..
. Mrs. Christina HUd.
York Neb Aug.: 11. (Special
J clef ram,) Christina, wae ot Chris
1 an hild died suddenly this morn'
t. She was 47 years old. Her Jius
tid, three sons and two daughters
survive her. Services will be held
t tie' family home Sunday after
vw and at the uerman Lutheran
irth. Banal will be in Greenwood
(,.. Valley. , ' '
Mont Johnion motored to Omaha Tues
Rev. J. Jt. Ramsey went to Omaha Tues
day. . . - -
Nela Kelson was overcome with the heat
Friday and has been very 111 since. ,
Helen Kennedy returned Wednesday from
a week's visit with her uncle at Pate, Neb.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Turk and daughter, Mil
dred, returned to their home in Omaha
Monday evening. -
Mias Emma Kennedy came up from Lin
coin Saturday for a visit with her brothers,
c. ana J. o. Kennedy.
Mrs. Margaret Holdsworth and daugh
ter, Margaret, went to Omaha for a week'a
visit with Mr, and Mrs. J. Turk. .. ...
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lewis and children and
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Freeman and children
motored to Fremont Wednesday.
Mr. and Mr. W. E. Weekly returned Sat
urday from a few days' trip visiting Lin
coln and Falrbury, Neb.
Miss Gladys Condron, who came home
from the hospital In Omaha last week, is
not so welt .
Mr. and Mrs. Nets Johnson returned
Park. Colo. , .
C. B. Nichols, recently appointed post-
msster. will take over the office this week.
Miss May Nichols will he his assistant.
Mlsa May Nichols returned Saturday
from a visit with Mlsa Flora Waldorf at
Western, Neb. and Mr. and Mrs. -Frank F.
Adams at Lincoln
The Busy Bees held Its regular monthly
meeting Tuesday evening at the home of
Mrs. Ingram. Mrs. Ed Lewis assisted in
serving ice ream and oake.
Mr. and Mrs. Ora B, Copes were at Oma
ha several days this week.
B. T. Oearhart and wife are enjoying a
visit from Illinois relatives.
Mr. and Mrs, L, J. Merquardt have been
spending the week at Omaha.
Mrs. Beck of Plattsmouth is spending the
week with relatives west of town.
Mr, and Mrs. Fred Llnvllle and children
were Omaha visitors Wednesday. -
Mrs. Gotttelb Rehmoler was at Weening
Water Monday visiting with relatives.
Mrs. Dora Flick of Omaha was visiting
at the O. O. Harmon home last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Wulf and son. Lloyd.
pent Sunday with relatives near Nehawka.
Miss Margaret Muldoon of Corley. Ia.. la
pending the weak with friends east of
John R. Peckham and family are here
from Chappel for a visit frith relatives and
Mr. and Mrs. William Baler are the hap
py parents of a ten-pound boy, bom Au
O. D. Masemaa and family autoed to Sy
racuse Monday evening for a visit with
Mrs. W, A. Kay and two children of
Plattsvtlle, Wls4 are spending the week
with Avoca relatives.
B. L, Shackley left Friday la their auto
mobile for Denver, where they will spend
several weeks visiting relatives.
Miss Violet Harahman, who was operated
upon at an Omaha hospital a few weeks
ago, was able to return home Saturday,
Mrs. J. M. Palmer and children were
here from Nehawka last week visiting re
latives and attending the Chautauqua.
From Our Near Neighbors
Weeping Water. '
Mrs. B. P. Buck has gone to Morrill, Kan.,
to visit relatives.
, B. Tavlor and family spent Sunday
at the state fisheries at South Bend.
Mlsa Pauline Kaufman of Lincoln visited
Wednesday with Dr. and Mrs. M. V, Thomas.
Miss Rosa' Anderson went to Alvo Friday
and from there will go, on a fishing trip to
Mrs. J. F. Brendel of Murray la visiting
at the home ot her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T
Mies Kate Russell, who teaches In the
schoolei at Roiwell, N, U., Is here visiting
old time friends.
Fhltlo Duff of Nebraska City visited Bun-
day evening with his former governess, Mrs,
tsmma ueuoaugn. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ranney and Mr. and
Mrs. Leslie Wiles are on a two weeks' trip
to points in Colorado.
T.arrv Burns.' a former resident here, now
chief boiler inspector for the Union Pa
cific at Cheyenne, Wyo., visited Sunday at
the Charles Ogan homo.
Him Wilkinson, who la an instructor
In the Agricultural lohool at Curtis, Neb,,
is visiting his brother. Clint, here.
N W. Fsnn and family are here from
Tel meg, O., for a visit with his slater,
Mrs. Helen Redd, and other relatives,
mih Naomi Cosllser returned to her home
at Harlan, la., Wednesday after several
weeks1 visit at the J. T. Crosier home and
with other relative. '
Roy Taney and family have moved to
Lincoln;' ., -r . -
Dan Bourke of Manley was calling on
his friends this week.
Mlssea Beutah and Ada Brawner are vis
iting relative at Holt. Mo.
Un. John Tvo and Mrs. Olvlhi of Louis
ville are moving to Springfield.
Tom Bundr- of wild Horse. Colo., is
visiting hie brother, John Bundy.
. L Heaoock and daughter. Edna, of
Lincoln, were visiting here this week. .
Joe Peters, visited' his father and stater
hero last Sunday, One day last week he was
held up by four bandits In Omaha and
relieved of his watch and pooketbook.
Mlsa Mary and Richmond Ely of Leee
burg, Vs., ere visiting the Will Ely family.
Mrs. B. Q. Schaat left last Thursday for
California, where she will spend the winter.
Mrs. Mary Bran en came back from Iowa,
where she has been visiting for several
Mr, and Mrs.' Charles Waren and Miss
Eunice Hlnea motored to Hopkins. Mo., last
S. O. Lovell has gene to Lake Arthur,
La., called there by the serious Illness of
Ross Bates, who went from here to Bolee,
Idaho, three years aio. Is a candidate for the
legislature from Ada county.
Mrs. Fred Briscoe and daughter, Agnf-s,
who have been visiting relatives here, left
Thursday for their home in Madera, Cal.
Bernard Bessok, John Begley, John
Zeorlan. Bernlce El we II and Alice Elwell
returned from Lincoln, where they havo
been attending the Ep worth assembly.
Chester Keyes and wife loet their new
automobile In Omaha last week. They
had only left It a short time, but It waa
gone when they returned. The oar has not
' Bennington. -Born,
to llr. and Mrs. Fred Mlsfeldt, a
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schneekloth,
a baby girl.
Next Monday Is Bennington day at the
The Loyal club of Omaha will picnic
here August IS. i
Miss Pearl Boyer returned to her home
in Omaha Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lebbert returned Monday
from a visit with Blair friends. ,
Miss Arlotta De Buse oame out from
Omaha Wednesday for a visit at the Orau
'A number of girl friends tendered Miss
Leona Petersen a miscellaneous shower last
Friday. . r
August Wltte and family -enjoyed the
Merchants' week banquet at the Auditorium
at Omaha Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Backhuua, who have
been visiting in Kimball county since their
marriage in Juno, returned Thursday.' -
Mies Leona, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
P. C, Petersen, was married In Omaha
Wednesday to Mr, Paul Hansen. The
Royal Neighbors tendered the bride a
kitchen shower Thursday afternoon.
... -,' v.' i,
Miss Snider of Omaha visited at the Bun
dell home Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs, John Blelck and family
motored to Chalco Sunday. ,
Mrs. Hannah Pamp went to Logan, la.,
Wednesday to visit her sister. ' V -
Mrs. Jones of Dlvid City Is visiting at
her parents, Mr. and Mrs, John Hendrlck
son. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Paulsen and family
of Benson visited at the Rasmussen home
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Madsen and daugh
ter, Elsie, and Jim Madsen of Benson spent
Sunday at the Deln home.
John Blelck, Henery Spring, Williams,
Albert Blelck and Chrlss and Elmer Deln
attended the tractor show at Fremont
Mr. Elmer Chrlstophersen and Miss
Emma Sundell were united In marriage
Wednesday noon. Over fifty guests were
present. Mr. and Mrs. Chrlstopersen left
Immediately In an automobile for Denver
and other places. They expect to be gone
about a month, after which they will make
their home on the Andrew Chrlstophersen
'7 Paptlltoav s A
Mies Ida Prick attended the Epworth
assembly at Lincoln last week.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Postle left Wednesday
for a trip to Wyoming and Colorado points.
1. P. Clarke and son. Bob, are spending
this week at the Clarke ranch near Chap
man. ' ' ' ' M . - , .
Mr. Fred Delft and two children of
omana. were guesis sire, iom dojw
Wednesday. , ,"" , - '
Miss Nina Rhode Is at St. Joseph hospi
tal, Omaha, where she was operated on a
few days ago for appendicitis. ,: ,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Piatt and family
and Mrs. T. C. Corey Were camping at the
Platte river the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. B. R .Rlneo of Salem. Ore.,
are visiting former Papllllon friends. 8li
years ago Mr, Rlngo was county attorney
here. He le now district attorney at
' Elkhortu "
Chester Feuje la visiting at Gushing, Neb.
Oeorge Arrtck went to Grand Island
Dr. and Mrs. Richardson are entertaining
friends from Omaha.
Mrs. Harry Clark and daughter, Maxtne,
visited In Omaha last week.
Mr. and Mrs. P. 0. Hofeldt entertained
for the former's birthday Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Holllng entertained
Tuesday for Mr. Holllngs birthday.
H. A. Nolte and son-in-law of Broadwater,
Neb,, visited relatives here last week.
Miss Maria Goodhard returned Monday
after several days' tVlalt at Wayne, . Neb. ,
Mr. and Mrs, George Cunningham vis
ited at Bennington Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bd Sachs'attended the fu
neral of their nephew. Ball Saohs, at Ben
son Wednesday, ... , . , v
Notes From Beatrice
. And Gage County
Beatrice. Neb.. Aug. 11. (Special.)
A special election will be held at
Wymore next luesday to vote bonds
in the sums of $14,000 for the con
struction of a seWer system at that
place. A proposition to authorise the
council to sell Arbor State park for
hte purpose of raisins funds to pay
for the construction of the sewer sys
tem will also be voted on. ' .
The. Farmers' union of Barneston
held a well-attended picnic yesterday
in Barnes' grove. Addresses were de
livered by farm Demonstrator Lie
bet,, -and C H. Gustafson. president
of the State Farmers' union.
The new- barn of E. H. Garrison,
three miles west of Adams, was de
stroyed by fire, together with twenty
tons of hay, harness and farm ma
chinery. A hog shed waa also burned
and fourteen head of hogs perished.
The loss is placed at $2,000, with $500
Announcement was received here
yesterday of the marriage of Miss
Loree Wehn, formerly of this city,
which occurred Monday at her home
at Los Angeles, Cal., to Frank Hager
man, formerly of Lincoln.
,; Man Bitten by Had Dog.
Weeping Water, Neb., Aug. 11.
(Special.) A traveling man bv the
name of Erwin waa bitten a few. days
ago by a bulldog, while passing in
front of a residence here. ' The 'dog
was killed and the head taken to
Omaha for examination. It was pro
nounced to be artlicted with rabies.
Erwin has decided to put himself un
der' the care of a physician at Auburn
and will take-special Pasteur treat
' Holdrege Woman Asks Divorce.
Holdrege. Neb- Aua. 11. (Spe-
cial.) In her petition filed with the
clerk of the district court- vesterdav.
Mrs. Jennie M, Congdon asks that
she be granted a divorce from her
husband, Ulen t. Umgdon, who un
til recently was in charge of the Liv
ingston rooms in this city. They
came to Wilcox in 1907. The plain-
titt alleges cruelty and nonsupport.
Cat tlx Round Packaga
. tM lot ft Casta
Ask For and GET
Made from clean, rich milk with the ex.
tract of select malted (rain, malted in our1
own Malt Houace under sanitary condition.
WarisWcaUnaffaiatealt Agmm wUA
th, MtM KuMct tA immtJU ar tn mftL
MaofCs m coaaiAf Mr miditnm af mutlu
Nouriih ind wistaiiisattnw than tea. ooga,te.
Should b kxpt at buna or whm trawling. Ant'
triumss ioooVdrink aaajr b prspand ia aaemsnt,
A ghaaful hot baton miring bduoas nfaahing
alaap. Alw sa kmc tabkt f foe kmnmTlmmZ
SutatttatM Ceet YOU Saate Priee
Tako a Paokago Home
kEAD OF ' FEDERAL LAND
BANK BOARD Gaorga W. Nor
ris of PhiladalphU, who has ban
mad haad of th naw fadaral land
GEORGE W. NORRIS.
Democrat Office .
Holders Get Glimpse
Of Call for Money
(From a tun CorruDondant.') " '
Lincoln. Aaa. 11. Srtpia1A CrAA
shivers were running up and down
tne DacKs ot 'state house employes
this forenoon and those who have
not yet taken vacations were as
glum as a like situation could pos
sibly make them, for Candidate Keith
Neville, who wants to be governor
by virtue of heading the democratic
state ticket, and his chairman, Louie
Langhorst, were circulating m and
out of the offices at the state house,
sizing up the employes, presumably
to see about how much each could
be taxed on the coming campaign
Those who have taken their vaca
tions were happy, at least more so
tnan those who have not, for they
have had their rest, but those' who
had planned vacations and had waited,
are now counting their loose change
and wondering if life will be worth
the living after the notice comes, and
are beginning to understand that a
political job has some drawbacks and
is not all the time a continual round
It is going to' be pretty hard "on
some of them, for, on, account of
state institutions beihg put on a non
partisan basis, no assessments can be
made on the employes of these in
stitutions, and consequently the state
house bunch will have to dig down
deeper. Just Bow much they wilt be
called upon, to pay is not knows now,
qui me -worst is yci 10 come. ,
' . Matty Mot DtoappolatML , t
Th Cincinnati Bed. haven't-sonfe forward
under Chrlity. Mathewion'e management ae
fait ae Matty expected, and he didn't ex
peot.'they would. -
State Board of Assessment
Makes Slight Increase
TOTAL IS HALF BILLION
(From a Staff Correspondent.) -
.Lincoln ,Aug. 11. (Special.) The
assessed valuation of Nebraska will
be approximately $501,500,000.
The State Board of Assessment
concluded its - equalization today,
making the following changes in the
different counties taken up; ,
BaUeeA , .,
Pet.' '. Inc.
County. - X: Increasa ' Aaed Val.
Dlatne ......,..,',...,..10 . V I 11,133
Boone - S . ' ,' 1IS.0I2
Butler. S . 266,005
Buffalo. 10 ' S60.S14
Cedar S 260,167
Cherry 10 201,020
Cuater. i 10 436.130
Dixon. 10 ' 295.603
Oaae 10 676.163
Oarden. 10 64,420
Orant. ,..16 27,160
Hall. ' ' 172.083
Howard. , t 132,600
Jeffereon. ...i.. I : 110,467
Keith. ; 5 46,427
mball. 10 SS.SSS
Lincoln.' -S 121.616
Merrick. S ,. 142,760
Morrill. ., 5 " 47,641
Sheridan S 70,446
Rherman. ., : 102,007
Sioux. , . . 86,278
Thomaa. .........10.. 16.661
8 , - 14J.6S1
2 ' 107,603
10 ' 70.106
t ' 244.143
t ' ' 18.811
10 " , 423,489
8 , 116,482
I .' " 186.069
I - 09.644
' r1, 437.9(4
Dodge. ....... i
Thureton. . .........
Total- i.. 84.042.86t
Thle rnaaee a net gala from equalisation
of 122,731. '.
Deny That Mrs. Manchester ,-
i Controls Woodman Circle
(From a Stall Correspondent.) . .
Lincoln, Aug. ll.(Special.) At
torneys for the members of the' ex
ecutive council of the Woodman . Cir
cle who are endeavoring to take from
Mrs. Emma Manchester her authority
as supreme guardian of that organs
zation have come before the tribunal
of state justice again, and today filed
an answer to claims of Mrs. Man
chester's attorneys and set forth and
deny that she has exercised exclusive
control of the organization and that
for more than seventeen years she
has not ' had control of the field
workers nor of the official organ of
the organization. ... ',
They ask that the case be dismissed
for want of jurisdiction, but if the
court does find that it has jurisdiction
it should decree in favor of the ex
ecutive council and enjoin Mrs. Man
chester from in any way fnteffermg
with the field work as laid down by
the executive body.-
Persistent. Advertising Is the Road
aeesegJJJjaa-- m , i i-yri iri.y r .
Will Save You Money
There yet remains
limited quantities ' of
many of the biggest val
ues of the season in this
department. ' ;
4 ( The Prices
Large Brown Fibre Bocker, hand
some de- - ""i d 1 fC
There's 4 Reason
' iChair to match, S2.75.
Brown Fibre Wing Booker, mag
Brownv Fibre Rock
er, high- back.
Brown .Fibre Bocker, shell back,
Brown Fibre ,4-Ft. d Q A C
Swing .... i , .; ..... $OterD
Fumed Oak 4-Ft . ' G , AJZ
Fumed Oak 4-Ft " d T f
9 " "I O
it, shell back,
Bemember that these
prices . an materially
less than our E very
Day Low Prices. ..
fi $1.95 JJ
Fumed Oak 5-Ft.
I Swing. .. , ;.
Fumed Oak tO A ft
'Porch Bocker... J)-iTJ
." Chair to match, $2.45.
Chair..'.. 1.. .
Porch Shades in brown and
green, 4-ft., $1.96; 6-ft.,,$2.95;
8-ft., $35; 10-ft., $4.96.
Shop Early Saturday If Ton
Want Choice in These
'j Unusual Values. . , :
Pure Seed Exhibit One
Of Features of State Fair
(From a lutf CorreapondaaL)
Lincoln, Aug. 11. (Special.) A
pure seed exhibit will be one of the
efatures of the coming state fair, upon
request of President J. A. Ollis and
Secretary Mellor of the State Fair
board, the governor having taken the
matter up with the pure food de
partment An exhibit in charge of a
competent seed expert will be placed
in one of the buildings.
targe Yield of Oats.
Petersburg, Neb., Aug. 1 (Spe
cial.) An inch of rain here last night
put a stop to threshing for a day.
Ooats yield is from forty-five to sixty
bushels to the acre. Joe Felster, jr;,
living three miles north of town, had
Oats yield is from forty-five to sixty
bushels to the acre, machine measure.
The quality is good and tests thirty
four pounds. Wheat yield is from
twenty-two to thirty-five bushels per
acre and tests sixty-four pounds. The
timely rain last night puts the corn
beyond the danger mark and assures
a bumper yield
Beatrice? Neb., Aug. 11. (Special
Telegram.) Ralph H. Pickett and
Miss Mary Isaacson of Junction City,
Kan., were married here last evening
by Rev. Gaither.
IITWV U lr
II Ul llvL i OnLL
nanos ror tveryooay
Hospe's Big Jitney Piano Sale
A Piano for thr Prof utiotul
Who im1 an Instmmmt that withstand!
th rnoit Mr as, and pmaanitly
ntaiu tona and brill lancy that It uni
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A Piano for AH Music Lovers
Who delight In pttro melodr and har
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TMponalTonaii to every mood and de
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A Piano for th Student
WhoM finger are in eonrae of training
and where a well balanced action with
proper degree of resistance and respon
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A Piano for the Homo :
t That seeks a beautiful instrument that
blends with Its surroundings, in beauty
of ease and design, a well as par
SPECIAL PRICE REDUCTIONS DURING OUR
JITNEY PIANO SALE
Exchanged and Used
Hairdman . . ... . .$ 75
Wellington ... .$135
Kingsbury . . . ..$150
Schoninger . ...$135
Smith & Barnes $160
Hinze ....... .$165
Bush & Gertz. .$175
Steger & Sons. .$200
On th Doubl Jit t Plan.
1250 Pianos ...v 1200
$300 Pianos $260
I860 Pianos $300
S400 Pianos $360
$425 Pianos ...,.$375
$460 Pianos , $400
$500 Pianos $460
Mahogany Piano Never out of our store
a little shopworn. Cannot 0 told from a
new piano. Clearance
Oak Piano- Slightly shopworn. Fine tone
and action. Fully guaranteed for ten years.
Clearance sale price, $190
Mahogany Piano Perfectly new piano. Used
very little. Absolutely as good as new.
Clearance sale price,
Further Particulars' If you desire any other
arrangements as to terms, you have the
privilege of paying quarterly or semi-annually
or any other terms to suit you.
THERE IS NO HARDSHIP IF YOU BUY A PIANO
UPON THIS LIBERAL UNIQUE PLAN
1st Week Pay Down. , ,$ .05
2d Week Pay Down.... .10
3d Week Pay Down. . . . .20
4th Week Pay Down. . . . .40
5th Week Pay Down... .80
6th Week Pay Down .... 1.00
Then pay $1.00 par week or $5.00 per month
' thereafter until pinna Is paid for.
The same Pianos we have been sell,
ing for spot cash, $25 down, etc., we
are now offering for 6e down. Every
piano is fully guaranteed from 5 to
10 years and includes upright pianos
of various makes, consisting of shop
worn, slightly used and second-hand
To Out-of-Town Customers For
your convenience, send $1.00 with
your order and if the piano you
order is here, same can be shipped
immediately: and if not, we will
write you about some other good
bargains which might suit you.
AUHQPP TO 1513 Douglas St.
vWip phone Doug. 188
TXui Ice, CreaSs
THE FULL flaror ot the luscious, juicy
peaches now in market, blended with
the rieh, rare flaror of
Vanilla lee Cream makes a comfit fit for
-You should hare this healthful dessert
three or four tunes a week during the peach
Special Ioe Cream for Sunday
Harding Cream Co. ,
CopyrtaTht 1915. B. 8. h B.. Ine. '
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