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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 1, 1917)
THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY,
v FARHLOAN BANK
. Secretary Odell Oitei Immedi
' ate Need of Men to Handle
BUSINESS VOLUME GREAT
Appraiser! for the Omaha federal
farm loan bank, or at leas three of
them, will be appointed very soon
by the federal farm loan board at
"It will be necessary that one from
Nebraska, one from Wyorjing, and
One from South Dakota be appointed
almost immediately," said Secretary
Frank G. Odell of the Omaha bank,
"for we have such a volume of appli
cations for loans from these states
that the appraisers will have to get
into the field soon. I do not doubt
that the appraisers from these states
will be at work in the field by the
middle of March."
Applications for over a half million
dollars in loans have already come
to George Looniis, federal revenue
collector from this district. Mr.
Loomis has sent these on to Wash
ington. Besides these, many other
applications went directly to the fed
eral farm loan board at Washington,
so that the directors in Omaha at
present do not know the total volume
of applications awaiting them, and
will not know until all the papers are
sent here from Washington.
When the bank has made loans to
the sum of $2,000,000, which will give
the bank $100,000 additional capital
from the borrowers, the organization
OMAHA FARM LOAN BANK BOARD WHICH ORGANIZED HERE TUESDAY Front row, left to right: M. L. Corey of
Hastings, F. G. Odell, E. D. Morctfm of Sioux Falls, Charles E. Lobdell of the Federal Farm Loan board. Back row, left to
right: Ex-Governor J. M. Carey of Cheyenne, W. C. Baker of Mitchell, S. D.; D. P. Hogan, president of board, Massena, la.
board now arranging the organization
in Omaha will be succeeded by s new
board, consisting 1 o' six directors
elected by the stockholders, and three
appointed by the federal farm loan
board, these three to be appointed
for two-year, four-year and six-year
terms respectively. After that these
three will be succeeded as their re
spective terms expire, by directors
appointed by the federal 'arm loan
board for terms of six year each,
which will cause the expiration of
the term of one. every two years.
The directors continued their ses
sion ' Wednesday at the Commercial
club rooms to go over routine mat
ters and discuss the matter of tem
porary and permanent locations.
Farm Loan Board Sells First
Issue of Bonds to Syndicate
Washington, Feb. 28. Federal
farm loan board officials are under
stood to have arranged for placing
half of the entire first issue of forth
coming farm loan bonds, amount un
determined, with a syndicate of bank
ers at New York and elsewhere at a
rate of 4'i per cent. The rate to be
charged the farmers on loans will
range between 5 and S'i per cent.
From the number of applications
from farmers wanting loans officials
estimate that as high as $50,000,000 in
bonds may be issued within the first
Although officers for only five of
the twelve banks have been an
nounced so far, virtually all the banks
will be doing business, it is expected,
within three weeks.
For Mitchell Junior 120-inch
For 7-Pass. Mitchell 127-inch
Now Also An $1150 Model
See the New MitcheU Junior with
Hundreds of Mitchell Extras
Nov we invite you to see Mitchell Junior. A somewhat
smaller Mitchell a $310 lower price than the 7-passenger
Mitchell. But with generous size and ample power for a 5
passenger car. And with ahthe exclusive Mitchell attrac
tions, due to John W. Bate.
. Another step in Mitchell,
efficiency appear! in the new
Mitchell Junior. We urge you
to coAie and see it. y-,
A 7-passenger car, to have
ample power and ample room,
can't be smaller than the $1460 1
Mitchell, which has won for
itself one of the envied places
in the motor world. But 40
horsepower is enough for a 5
passenger car. And a 120-inch
wheelbase gives room enough
more than most cars give.
. So the Mitchell factory this
year brings out Mitchell Junior.
Not a new type simply- a sire
reduction. So a man who buys
a Mitchell can get the size he
, wants. ' '
Thousands of these new cars
have been run for months, on
every sort of road. And they
have proved themselves as per
fect as the 7-passenger Mitchell
car itself. .
See the New Extras
In both Mitchell models there
are hundreds of extra features.
- They give you at least 20 per
cent extra value over any other
car in this class.
' These extras most of them
exclusive to Mitchells arepaid
for by factory savings. They
are the result tf efficiency
methods, applied by John W.
This great efficiencyengineer
built and equipped this whole
plant. Every method and ma
chine is adapted to producing
this car economically. These
methods have cut our factory
cost in two. Nowhere else
a car of this class built anywhere
near so low. "'sJjSSfti
You will be amazed to see
how many extras these new
day methods pay for.
Om resort Is the Mltehen Standard .
of 100 per cent over-strength. That
is, every vital part is twice as strong
u need be.
The Mitchell standard used to be
50 per cent over-strength. That itself
Mitchell" roomT' t-psw
Sr, with 117-Inch'
wtimifb a. A high speed, ecoaom
leal, 4S-bonnpowr motor. Dto
extra Mats and il nan
Prtct 91460, f.o.K.
afantkr Boca, with US-Inch wheal.
ban. A M-honepower motor
V-tocfc bora than larger
Pric 91 ISO, f.o.b. Radnt
Abo all style of anrtoawl and
convortibta bodk. Also
was extreme. Tbe Mitchell car has
always been a marvel of endurance.
But, in the past two years, we have
doubled this standard to give yon a
lifetime car. That fact is announced
for the first time in the models now
Over 440 parts are built of tough
ened steel. All parts which get a major
strain are built of Chrome-Vanadium,
and built oversize. We pay for steels
in the Mitchell as high as IS cents per
31 Unique Features
There are also 31 extra features in
Mitchells. That is, features which
nearly all cars omit. Things like a
power tire pump, reversible head
lights, ball-bearing steering gear and
These extras alone, on this year's
output, will cost over $4,000,000. But
all are paid for .by these factory
Many New Luxuries
Cwr new bcidypterit give ne for this
year another eoormcoa saving. AD
Mitchell bodies, open and enclosed,
will be boilt in onr own shops.
This saving enable us to ad3 24
per cent to tbe cost of finish, uphol
stery and trimmings. The finish
coats are now heat-fixed. A fhre
grade leather is employed. A hun
dred new touches make today's
Mitchell the handsomest carinitsclass.
- Every Mitchell extra is something
that yon want- Nearly all are things
you don't find m other like-class cars.
They are things which can't be given
without added price, save under
- Come and see them. Judge for
yourself what they mean to you. And
see which size you like best
MITCHELL MOTORS COMPANY, Inc.
Radna, Wl., 0. S. A.
J. T Stewart "Motor Co.
2048-50-52 Farnam St OMAHA Phone Douglaa 138
SPACE NO. 11 OMAHA AUTO SHOW
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Secretary McAdoo is expected soon
to sign certificates for the govern
ment's subscription to stock not
taken by the public. The govern
ment -will place approximately $8,
870,000 at the disposal of the banks
in this manner. These funds will be
drawn upon as fast as needed and al
though each bank will issue its own
bonds, the board will undertake the
marketinT of them.
Farm Loan Bank's
Temporary Home in
W. of-W. Building
The directors of the federal farm
loan bank have made arrangements
for the ust of a suite of rooms on the
twelfth floor of the Woodmen of the
World building as temporary quar
Hers, ihey expect to choose perma
nent quarters within three weeks.
Pioneer Man of the Hills
And Former Marshal Dead
Lead, S. D.. Feb. 28. (Special.)
John P. Beldii , old-time resident of
Deadwood and one of the historical
figures of the Black Hills' early days,
is dead at his home in Deadwood. He
was partner and builder of the Pio
neer ditch, the first ditch bringing
water to Lead. He paid off Rev. Mr.
Smith, the pioneer preached, the day
before he was massacred by tii In
dians while on his way to Crook City
Belding was the first republican sher
iff of Lawrence county in 1880, was
deputy United States marshal and
took care of "Indian cases in Pine
Ridge. He wa- a native of Pompey
Hill, N. Y., the ..ome of General SIo
cum. His body ull be laid to rest in
historic Mount Mori ah plot.
Bee Want Ads Produce Results.
A Simple Experiment
Everyone Should Try
Put a bruahful of any tooth paste, cream
or powder Into a tmall bottle, fill almost
full with water, shake well, let stand two
or three minutes. Then If yon find a sedi
ment at tbe bottom, do not use that denti
fice Spain. It is insoluble and dangerous.
Is it not plsin that gritty material which
will not dissolve in water will not dissolve
in your mouth either?
Grit in a dentifrice is a necessity to
keep the teeth free from stains, tartar, ate.
but, insoluble Brit is worse than none at
all. It gets into the gums and pyorrhea pock
ets and becomes a constant irritant, just
as itawould if it got into the eye. To be
sura of getting an absolutely harmless den
tifrice, ask your druggist for 26 cents' worth
of soluble avatol. The grit in this la com
pletely dissolved in one minute by the
saliva: the test suggested will prove it.
Soluble avatol Is at the same time the most
effective antiseptic tooth and gum cleanser
known. It's an enemy to pyorrhea. Use like
any tooth paste. Health and Beauty. Advertisement.
Tho"Come-bark" man was really never
down-and-out. His weakened condttloa be
cause of over-work, lack of exercise, lm
prnyer eating and living, demands stlmula- -tton
to satisfy the cry for a health-giving
appetite and the refreshing sleep essentia!
tn strength. CJOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil
Capsules, the National Remedy o Holland,
will do the work. They are wonderful! Throe
of these capsules each day will put a man.
on his feet before he knows It; whether liii
trouble comes from uric acid poisoning, ths
kidneys, (Travel or stone In the bladder,
stomach derangement or other ailments thai
befall the over-zealous American. -Don'Uwall
until you are entirely down-and-out, but
take them toddy. Your drupgist will gladly
r-funil your money If they do not help you,
25o. 60c and 1.00 per box. Accept no sub
stitutes. Look for the name GOLD MEDAL
on every box. They are the pure, original,
imported Haarlem Oil Capsules. Adv.
Cri J 'PI,
M0 Hill TOO STKI,
no sako too Dee?
"V" type motor, distinctively American
silken. The buyer of this car has the assurance of
long service, smooth and sturdy flow of power.
The four full elliptic springs, front and rear, give
a riding ease unsurpassed. Durability, strength,
good workmanship; and up-to-the minute lines
command your consideration.
JACKSON AUTOMOBILE CO. Branch
1 . T. . BOLAND, Mgr.
lOtk Art. and Mi St, Council ?luffi, Iowa. Sp.c 31, Mala Floor, Omaha Auto Show.
' Jackson Automobile Company, Jackson, Mich,
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