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THE- OMAHA SUNDAY PRE: MAY 27. 1017.
2047 Farnam St. Douglas 3292-L
The following cars having been
or delivery at bargain prices; twenty-two of them:
21916 Model 83, Overland Touring.
11916 Model 75-B, Overland Touring. '
1 Model 75-B, Overland Roadster.
11915 Model 80, Overland Coupe.
11916 Model 84, Willys-Knight Touring.
11916 Model 84, Willys-Knight Roadster.
11916 Model, Crow Elkhart Touring.
11915 Model, Chandler 6-cylinder Touring.
11914 Model, 7-R, Carter Car, Roadster. '
1 1913 Model, Cadillac, 7-Passenger Roadster.
2 1916 Model, Briscoe Touring.
1 1915 Model, Mitchell Touring.
2 1913 Model, Mitchell Touring.
11914 Model, Buick Roadster.
11914 Model, Grant Roadster.
11914 Model,- Maxwell Special Speedster (very
11916 Maxwell Touring.
11917 Overland, Light Six. , '
11916 Overland, Bix Six.
Prices ranging from $125 to $850. Terms to responsible parties.
Willys-Overland, Inc. ,
Used Car Dept.
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.
We have a few Maxwells,
Overlands, Briscoes and
Fords, one Carnation, wire
Most of these cars are
Prices ranging from $200
Terms on some of these
cars if desired.
OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.
Salesrooms 2216-18 Farnam
St., Doug. 853.
Service Station, 2212 Har
Our best advertisement. Ask any of
ihnse people what they think of Auto flal
vag and Exchange.
USED CAR BARGAINS.
Each une of these purchased of ua the
laxt taw day:
w. B. Huston, Council Bluff, 1. R
snacher, LlndsaJV Neb.; Nwton Met tier,
tty; O. Rourke, city; Frank PadinBky.
illy; M. Darling. cttYJ Charlw Jurocek.
Went Point. Neb.; Bay Burn, eity; C.
U. B. Panny, Heroa, Nab.: Bdward Nel
son. Benson, Neb.; A. R. Olaon, city; C.
h: Johnson, city: W. H. Balfey. Lincoln,
Veb.; J. J. Field, Northboro, la.; A. C.
Va!lahan, Corning, la.; Roburt Winter,
Hi'mboMl, Neb.; Oeo. F. Plnltsro, Council
t Bluff,; W T. Thcl, c)ty: CA. "Webb, Un
tln; W. '. ahuhan, city; i2. C, Meeker,
itv; Kiiwurd Thomas, Bloomfleld, NM
,ei Or--t. Bennington. Nb.; Alfred Wal
lace, SuUlier, la.; O. Bouhc city. ,.
LOOK THEM OVER.
Then roine here. We wlU ahow ypq
who hand leu quality cart and the price
haw to suit you,
1111 Model 83, Overland, a barnraln. .f3St
191 6 Dodtfa Tour, as good as new.... 426
l15 Dodge Tour, a good one at 350
1815 Maxwell rds, in tip-top shape... 285
1914 Model B 3rj, Buick rds., dandy, 400
J9I2 6-rvlinder Franklin, good tires.. 250
WE ARE THE USED FORD MEN.
Always have a big bunch to pick from.
191 7 teens, ivlfitesns, 191 & teem nd 19H
lerns. Your money back If not latlsfled.
Parts for 100 different makes, SO eenta
on the f.
AUTO SALVAGE! AND EXCHANGE,
Doug. 9070. 110 South 17th.
Open Sunday until noon.
AUTO EXCHANGE CO.
The prices on practically all new cars
have advanced, making used, ears more
valuable. You cannot afford to buy used
car until you see our line.
Ford touring, 19U, good running order. $1 IB
Mets roadsters , H
Studebaker touring 165
Reo roadster 195
Cadillac speedster 196
Begat touring, running order 95
Rambler tour., elec. liKhls and starter. 228
Mitchell tour., eleo. lights and starter. 276
Overland tour., elec. lights and starter. 195
Regal tour., eleo. lights and starter,., 276
Enger Six, like new 400
Buick runabout, elec. lights and after 226
Mets runabout, eleo. lights and starter 216
Cadillac touring, eleo. lights and .
starter, newly painted 350
Jeffery Light Six, 1918 mode! 460
Harley-Davidson twin-cylinder, fully
Msli tension Dixie magneto 16
Large Stewart vacuum 6
Presto tanks, large else 4.60
Open Sundays and Evenings.
If you are dissatisfied with your, old car
Irade it In and get one you can use. Make
small payments each month. We store It
for you until you want it.
AUTO EXCHANGE CO.,
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
Largest Dealers iri Used
Automobiles West of
(tvorland rosdater - 47V
Maxwell touring 275
Ijip'TBon touring 37S
su-arn Knight touring 1,200
Maxwell touring 400
Maxwell touring 150
liufck touring 175
liulrk six touring 500
Peerless limousine, . . , 500
Franklin limousine 17ft
Pullman six touring 450
Mitchell mix touring., 800
Studebaker touring 2&0
Studebaker touring 225
Umpire touring 400
Dixie touring 450
Chevrolet touring 250
Overland louring 175
Overland touring 200
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
5200 Farnam fit
Tel. D. 2210.
" : FOR SALE.
A Maxwell roadster. 1918 model, with
white wheels, used but little and for pleas
lire only. Given the best of care and In
tine shape. Has about 1100 vorth of ac
( eBsorls, such as bumper, shock absorb
ers rear tire holder, chains, tool box,
mirror, etc. Easily worth 100 today.
Must be sold on account of party leaving
town. Will accept any reasonable cash
' offer with or without some of the arced
sorles. Writ Box 4?TH, W.
FOR SALE A seven-passenger touring cat.
1918 model. Call Harney 2S2S.
rebuilt and refinished, are now ready
USED FORDS ALL PRICKS.
FORD TOURING CARS.
If you are In the market (or a good
Ford, (don't fall to see our big list. All
the cars are In perfect condition and are
well wortn the price.
M.CAFFRBY MOTOR CO..
AUTHORIZED FORD AGENTS.
10th and Howard Sts. Phone Doug. 3500,
First one buying this absolutely new 7-
passenger Oldsmoblle will receive the
above discount; from regular price; for
today only, $1,050: Lou Trey nor, 2210 Far
nam. Phones Doug. 6268 and Har. 3613,
1915 DAVIS touring, electrlo lights, tartar,'
new tires, car in perfect shape, szfro.
1914 Studebaker six, electric lights and
battery. Delivery and seven-passeugor
Dooy, gooa running oraer, n.
CROSMTOWN UARAOK, 316 S. 24TH.
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE.
2209 Farnam. Douglas 3S.10.
1918 Cole. V
1018 Stearns Knight.
1918 Maxwell, $275.
1918 Empire, 2400.
G W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.
Used Car Dept.
3318-18 Farnam St. Douglas 853
Almost any make at reasonably prlcen.
First-class work at reasonable prices.
THE TIRE SHOP,
D. F. Crow, 2518 Farnam. Doug. 4IT8.
FOR SALE Hudson touring car, model 17;
t practically new; must sell at once; bar
gain; guaranteed In good condition. Elec
trlo starter and lights, 2207 Leavenworth.
FOR SALE 1917 Overland Roadster at a
reasonable price; brand new. Call Black
mi. Address 111 East Pierce St.,. Coun
cil Bluffs, la.
TRADE your' old battery In on a guaraii
teed Ever-ready storage battery. Free in
spection of any battery Ever-ready Stor
age Battery Co., 1208 Farnam St.
WE will trade you a new Ford for your old
INDUSTRIAL GARAGE CO.,,
30th and Harney. Douglas 6351.
rOR SALE Very reasonable price,-1917 Big
six jetrery 7 -passenger car, rnone poug.
SiiSl. Sundays 10 to 2.
CA D1 L i! A C," 4- py 1 In d er mode 1; . exceiJenT f or
speedster Hgh- delivery, yiih cash.
Omaha Chandler Co., 2t20 Farnam.
5-PAgsi5NGER Studebaker, first-class
shape, at a bargain. Douglas 1483. C. L.
SAXON, light six, 118 model, electrically
equipped and In good condition. About
half -of original coat. Call Harney E987.
TEtL & BIN K LET.
WB BUY AND SELL 4JK,D FORDS.
8318 Harney Bt . .Paw 1640.
ROADSTER, . best . HupraobUe. Saxon, or
other can Three hundred cash will buy.
Box U, -Beltsvllle, Kan.
PULLMAN, 2918 tourln oar, I47B. T. O.
Northwall Co., 115 Farnam Bt Call Ty. 28.
BARGAINS, In used Ford cars dolme's-Ad-
hlns Co., '4SJ1-1T "B. Z4th. Phone H. X7I.
BERTSCHf r ,'K"a'n-Flx-Tt.'" Southeast cor
ner 20th and Hafney Sts. . pffuglas, 2652.
BIGGEST bargain In Omaha 6-passenger
jar, 1125. 5011 Hamilton. Wal.,2041.
1817 pflALMEHS 0-30 touring,' perfect 4001
8. 24th St, Tel. South . 4360.
BARGAIN Electric, splendid condition. Tel.
Doug. 778 or Wen. 772.
A BARGAJN Mil bun Electric, In fine con
dition. W 81, Bee.
1 CHALMERS (.-passenger automobile, Call
Douglas ga7.. , , . .
Garages for Sale.
GARAGE FOR SALE.
Close to Omaha. Modern equipment.
Gasoline filling station. Car agency goes
with garage. Address Box 4149, Omaha
Auto Livery and Garages.
EXPERT auto repairing. "Service car al
ways ready." Omaha Garage. 201O Har
ney St. Tyler 855.
Auto Repairing and Painting.
$100 reward for magneto we can't repair.
Coils repaired. Baysdorfer, 210 N. 18th.
Tires and Supplies.
TIRE PRICE WRECKERS.
THIS IS NO 2 IN 1 TIRE.
Second-hand tires and tubes; expert Ure
and tube repairing. Douglas 8672.
COMBINATION TIRE FACTORY.
14034 Jackson. Agts wanted. Omaha. Neb.
Motorcycles and Bicycles
11ARLQ T-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES.
Bargains In used machines. Victor H.
Roos. 'The Motorcycle Man," 27th and
EXCELSIOR motorcycle, good running or
der. $2. Phone Hnrnpy 2456.
FOR RENT Business Prop'ty
LODGE AND CLUB ROOMS.
X have for rent on seoond floor, cen
trally located building, one block from
Poh toff Ice. assembly room suitable for
lodge or club purposes; composed of one
large room for dance or lodge hall; three
smaller rooms and kitchen. For further
Information call Conrad Young. 322 Bran
dels Theater Bldg. Douglas 1571.
WANTED TO RENT
Unfurnished Apartments and Flat,.
WANTED Rooming house, mut be cto.e
In, 20 or more rooms, have furniture. Box
Guarantee a good revenue on your
money; so does our Property Management
Insure a good return on your rental prop
erty. Our efficient organization, prompt
ness and economy Is proving Its worth to
hundreds of Omaha property owners. We
can prove it to you, too. Why don't YOU
PAYNE & SLATER CO.,
'Omaha's Rental Men"
!Omaha Nat'K Bldg. Ph. Doug. 1010.
LIST your vacant properly with Omaha s
Largest Rental Agency and get rcHUltH and
service. Tenants waiting for desirable
HASTINGS A HKYDEN, 1614 Har. Ty. 60.
WE have several good tenants for all mod
ern houses and apartments.
P. D. WEAD. 310 8. 17th St. Doug. 171.
' WANTED TO RENT
FOUR-STORY " and basement, all modern
briek hulldlpg, 44x131, southeast corner
sin ana riouarn, iraiKage. eiecirio ei
tor, steam heat, suitable for office and
warehouse or factory.
FIRST TRUST COMPANY (Realtors).
400 First Nat'l. Hank Bldg. T. 600.
2102-4-f.S CUMING ST. Modern preX
brick store buildings, plate glass fronts,
1 story and basement; git local ion.
CITY THUST COMl'ANY,
16th and Harney tst. Phone Doug. TS,
TIRED OF POVERTY?
If your are tired of slaving for wages
or salary while others around you are
growing rich and Independent, If you are
tired of poverty and have the ambition
that every American ought to have, the
determination not to stay poor In this
great land of opportunity, the determi
nation to rise above the poorly paid toll
and social ouaouruy, writs me now, today.
Let me tell you of a road to wealth.
No work for you to do. Plan backet
by best men and women of com
niunity. Don't paB this by, It may ehange
your whole lift for the better. Tear this
ndvitrudemenc out rigni now, mis tmnuie.
Send name and address and get Interest-
lng Illustrated book and full information,
all absolutely free. Do it right now, for
this opportunity won't last. Charles A.
Maunders, Ten jimaawsy. penvar, coio.
TUB Salvation Army Industrial Home so,
Hells your old clothing, , furniture, maga
sines. We collect. We distribute. Phone
Doug. 4126 and our wagon will call. Call
and inspect our new home, 1110-1112-1114
TOBACCO IIARIT '
PAY WHEN CURED.
Harmless hom treatment; endorsed by
phyeiciuns and home people: for Infor
mation wrlto A. K. Wolf, Lock Box
BATHS and massage. Central HlKh lnstf
tute. 1600 Harney tit, Doug. 7017. Open
FITS I cured my daughter by simple dls
rovery; particulars free, 55, Lepso, sis
Island Ave., Milwaukee, Wis.
MISS FISH Kit, sulphur, steam hatha and
massage, at uran. inea. iiiag. u. ipph.
MAB BRUGMAN, scientific mssseuse and
baths. 703 Karbach Big. H1 Z727,
LUEI.I.A WKBHTKH, massage and mani
curing. 618 1'azton Blk. Red 2400.
ALL RK1HT private maternity' home. Best
care. 2606 Bristol, web.
SCIENTIFIC massage, 630 Bee Bldg. Phone
Edna WilMsmB,"m'assHge, bath." 222 Neville.
Vanlcurtng and mass. 1622 Farnam. R. It.
K."b"ROTT. ntsiia'agTi'ig. 21 a0"HYrney7D."ift"aT
DR. E. K, TARRY.
Dr. B. R. Tarry cures piles, fistula and
other rectal diseases without surgical op
erations. Cure guaranteed and no money
paid itfitil cured. Write for book on rec
tal diseases w)th testimonials.
240 Bee Bldg.
WHY SUFFER? Latest and Most BelenHflc
'rreaiiyenc tor aii uiseases. xr. unanee
Barnes, 51 S-Si. 4 Rose Bldg. Examination
and Consultation free. He la curing thou
sands. WHY NOT YOU Delays are dan
gerous. If yoy can't call, write. Hours
9 a. m, to f p. m. ; 7:20 to 1:10 evenings.
Bunday by appointment.
RUPTURK succeaefuliy treated without a
surgical oporatlon. (.all or write vt.
Frank Ij. Wray, lOf Bee Bhlg.
Drs. Johnston, 1325 W. O. W. Bldg. D. 0629,
DR. KNOLLENBERG, SANITARIUM.
Lady attendant, 24th and Farnam. D. T20S.
Dr. C. J. Lawrence," BalrdBidg. D. 846L
Dr. Frances Dawson, 002 Rose Bldg. T. 2208.
Dr. Bradbury. Nq pain. 812 W.' O. 'W. Bldg"!
Taffs DenL Bins.. 208 Rose Bldg. D. 21Ht.
MONEY TO LOAN
Fl?RNTTURE,"p.ianM 'and' notes as security.
40, 0 inu,, ti. goods, total Cost, 13.60.
$40( 6 ind,, endorsed notes, total cost, 2.00.
Smaller, large am'ts, proportionate rata.
Pit OVID KM T LOAN SOCIETY,
Organised by Omaha Business Men,
432 Rose Bids., 10th and Farnam. Ty. 601,
LEdAL '. ,. RATE ' , . LOANS
824.00 V : 1240.00 or mof
Easy paymsitts. Utmost privacy.
0;Pton Big. ; ' Tel. Doug. 4I,
0MAU4. LOAN, COlfPAMV. ......
MOVING AND STORAGE
FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE, ' "
. Separate locked rooms for, household
goods and pianos; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
803 ti. 16th St. Douglas 4108.
GORDON VAN VO.
Packing, storage and moving,
210 N, llta St, Phone Doug
- Phone Douglas 168 for coin pj eta
, list ot vtirant houses, and apart
.ments. Also for storage moving.
Hth and Jackson Sts.
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
Expert service; prompt attention Tout
moving, voir parking, your storage.
Main Office, Central Furniture Store.
17th and Howard. Tel. D. T766.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real service In moving, packing and
storing, call Tyler 0 or DoukIss 421ft.
Van and two men.
61.2ft per hour.
Vsn and Storage Co., Moving, Packing.
Storage and Shipping Phons Doug. I486
JP PTTTTTS Express Co., Moving
. J. JXEjEjU P-pkin and Btorare
1207 Farnam 8L Web. 8748. Doug 8148.
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
HORSE, wagon and harness for sale
cheap. Call 4bll a 24th St. Tel. So.
FOR SALE Horsm and wagons.
R71S. or ?M1 N. lifith St
SPRING wagon for sale. Inquire 1267 S.
HQfSFS'fV.r ti. 17M Wehstfr St.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Dftvid B. Thompson and wife to
Charles D. Mullen, Boutheast corner
Mnln and Clay atreeti, Florence,
ilS2 1 1
Sophia M. Hrough and hueband to
Thoniaa J. Fitzgerald, r ourtn aireei,
Klorenre, alxty-alx teet aoutlt, of
Shefllrld. weet Bide. SSjlJJ 3,000
JOBeph TomanBklewl and wife to
Szymon Tomaaklewlea, Tweniy-Biain
street, 120 feet north of K Btreet,
east side, ! J-SxlSO -
Edward Cackley to Nellie A. Boyer,
Wortfalngton Btreet. zoo feet eaat or
Tenth street, south Bide. dbxI'7.1.. 1
Edward Cackley to Nellie A. Boyer,
Twenty-ela-hth. Btreet, ill leer louin
of Lravenworth atreet, west side,
Pelbort M. Sloan and wife to Carl E.
Flodman, Thirty-first avenue, Ifij.ft
feet north of Mncoln boulevard,
west aide. 47.6x120 1
.UKUsla Anderson and husband to
ThomsB J. Oarvey et al. Thirty-second
avenue, 2110 feet north of Leav.
enworth atieet, west side, 40x121... 1,000
Frank 8llrllnc and wife to Martha W.
Auatln, Lurlmore avanua, l.D feet
east of Forty-third atrset, north aide,
M h. Clark, sheriff, to Norrls as Norm.
Pratt Btreet, forty-one rest eaBt or
Twenty-second street, aoutb side.
Xorrla & NorrlB to -Katherlne C. Noi-
rls. Pratt street, forty-ono feet esst
of Twenty-second street, south Bide,
Loul, Berka and wife to Nellie Kroll.
northwest corner Hixteenlh and Kim
llull'lern' Investment Co. to Carl W.
stuhltiut. Twenty-eighth atreet,
fony-nlne and three-fourths feet
north of Plnkney. west side. qOHxiO
donle K. Kearitnger and husband to
Charles W. Parsall, Lincoln avenue,
121 f'Ol wcat of Thirty-second av
enue, north side, 10x145
POULTRY and PET STOCK
MOTTLED ANCONAS THE GREAT Ki)(l
producers. Mrs. M. J. Gsliatln, Ashland.
ANCONAS, SINGLE COMB OMAHA AND
Kearney State show winners; egg, 91.1b,
8260 setting. J. D. Pope, Lindsay. Neb.
EGGS FROM tilNGLK-COMD WHITE
Leghorns, bred to lay, prise-winning stock;
prices reasonable! eftnres prepaid. Mrs.
Chss. Cross, Sextonvllle, Wis.
BARRON'S WORLD'S BKMT LAYERS ;
English w hit Leghorn eggs reasonable.
Andy Mlkkelxon, UtU-a, Neb.
YOUNG'S STRAIN 8l.N01.tt . COMB
White Leghornx; IS egite, 21; 100 eggs, 8b,
Harold Long, Nelson. Neb,
ROSE-COMB WHITE LEGHORN EGGH
84,30 par hundred, Mrs. Anna Nelson, Us
mm, Neb. Route 8.
WHITE Leghorn laying hens and cork e rein.
Hatching eggx ; alio noosing orders lor
baby chirks. JsIl Florence 218.
A TRIO of ThoVoughVrud' single comb White
Legnorns. vims Anton tf tenors, nzi tist
ROSE-COM BBROVN LEGHORNS 7ft
Cents per setting, 14,50 per hundred. F, L.
HayeK, Linwood, Neb.
81NGLK-COMB WHITE LEGHORN
eggs, 4.50 per hundred; fb per cent guar,
anteed fertile. J. H. Planner, Exeter, Neb.
FULL-BLOOn SINGLE-COMB BROWN
Leghorn Eggs II, 1&; 16, 1UU. Mrs. Osear
B. BoydNton, Nrllgh, Neb.
8. C. BUFF LKtlllOKN EGOS. RANGE
flock; 16, 1; 60, 83; 100. 8ft; mated pen, 16,
81.60, C. O. Lundeen, Harvard. Neb,
EGGS Buff Lfghorn, 14 1'ii,' Huff Rocks,
8160 1 17 66, 106; ln-JllT.AlhrL
SINGLE-COMlV BLACK MINORCAiW
Eggs, 68 per 10A, plias. Do, Gnoe, Neb.
PURE-BRED okks. S. C. Buff and White
Orpington. White Leghorn; excellent isy
ers, 66 per 100. White Pekin ducks, 18 for
11.16, Mrs. John Wtlten. Kirknisn. la.
8INGLE-C0MQ BU F F ORPINGTON
eggs, 86 per 100,
Mrs. Henry Msrtln, Kd
d) vltle, Neb.
3. C. BUFF Orpington ettaa; the big, heavy-
Doned Kind; notning uui clear xjuit, is
for 11.10; CO for it. J. 1). Pollock
SINULE-CUMU WHITE OBP1NOTON
ggi fifteen, 91; fifty, S3; hundred, 25, J.
A. Russell, Corning, Iowa.
SINOLK-COMU BUFF oitriNdTON E(hl8,
21 for 15, 95 per 100; Pennington strain.
r. M. Blakealee, Wahoo, Neb.
BUFF OHP1NUTON EUtIS FOH HATCH-
lng front choloe aelcoted Block. 91, 15; 95,
100. Mrs. Harry Overturff, Llberlyvllle, la.
SINOLK-CbMll WHITE UKPINUTON
eggs, 91, 15; 94.60, 100; Kellerstrass atraln.
William Havekost, nonpar, web.
8. C. BUFF OKI'INGTONS, 100 KOUS,
16,00; SO, 92.00: 15, 91.25. Helen, Pierce.
BUFF OltPiNQTON KUUS, ( CENTS
each. Hens weigh aa high aa eight poundB.
Mrs. Tockey, silver Creok, Neb.
BINGLE-COHB BUFF ORPINIJTON KllOS
50, 92; 100, 96, Jos. Konlcek, Clarkaon,
Neb., Bout 1.
8INOI.E-COMB WHITK OKP1NUTON
ogg, for hatching, 91.26 per 16, 90 per 100.
Wm. Langbehn, Avoca, la.
BUFF ORPINUTON eggs, hoc dosen; fine
stock; winter taycra. H,;d 6300.
Rhode Island Reds.
srneiAi. FOR BAl.K.
SO or 40 high bred 1 end 3-yoar-old Rose
Comb Reds, fins 8PJ5CIM HNS. Have
been oa 60-foot lot. would be fine for
rango. At 22 each, Including 2-year-old
cooks, worth 91 each, at same priest. Hea
on not over yet. Mhady Lawu Poultry
Yards, Elm Creek, Neb.
RHODE ISLAND REDS ROSE AND
flingls-oomb eggs, 96 par 100; also some
special matlnga at 92 per setting. P. U.
rieselman, Box 1, Hickman, Neb.
SINGLE-COMB RHODE ISLAND RED
Base for hatching: 91.50 for 16, 96 per nun
dred: farm range! good layinf atraln. Clara
B. tianalng, tidoyvlHB. wen.
HARRISON'S Non-altllng. Single-Comb Reds
(260-ogg strain). Mating llat glvea facts
free. Hsrrlson "is, stedman, stroma,
THOROUHBRED ROSE-COMB RHOD3
leland Red cockerals. Pggs, ; 50 aettlng.
Claude Muaaelman, Lyons, Neb! .
EGOS FROM CHOICE DARK RED AND
haavy-bonsd Slngla-Cjmp Reds at 92 and
99 par 19. R. R. chaefers, Howells, Neb.
ItOSB-COUB REDS EdOS FROM BEST
pans, 93 par II; Dock. ( par 100. Ulen
Wilson, Blair. Neb, ,
ROJE-COMB REDS SOUS, 9U0, IS;
12.50, 20; 6, 100. Dark rod. J. Burton,
PAIIK ROSE-COMB RED EOOS, FOUR
mktad pana; rangB flock, 96 par 100. Esther
Nelson, Phillips, Men.
bods ROsa-coMr jikds, 21.60 per
utility atook, farm ranga.
Dllley. Friend. Neb
SINOLE-COMB REL EUU1 FROM FINE
laying strain; ood oolor. Prices reasonable.
Allen Ely, Elkhorn, Neb.
SJ.NGLE-CUM.l r.ED EtJOS SELECTED
pan, 91.50 per 16! flocK, 94. 100, from r
neer Reds. Mrs. John Hall, Valley, Neb,
W. B. Brtgga, Springfield, Neb.
ROSE-COMB RH01E ISLAND REDS
Egga, 99.60 par 60, 94.60 per 100. F. M
Shavs.', Brunlng, Neb.
R. C. REDS eggs, 91 per II; 96 per 100.
Theoe. TredJI, Orleana, Neb.
WHITE ROCKJ, large, vigorous, term
raised, food layers; eggs, 91.10 setting, 96
for 100; aatlsfi.otlon guaranteed. N. E.
Dailey, Hornlck, la.
EOOS Barred Rick, Bradley atraln, welt
barred, larga-boned, laying atraln, 91.26
per II, 96 per 100. Mrs. Chester Dahlof,
CLASSY Barred Rocks, farm rniige bred to
win and lay: 95, 100; 93. 60; 91.25, 16. Few
Bettings from pen, 92.50. Mrs. C. F. Sea
lock. Neola, la.
THOMPSON'S RINGLET 8, A R It E D
Rock agga. 94, 100; pen, 91.60, 16; cockerel
mated, largo type. E. E. Rover, Dal' '.a
PLYMOUTH ROCK laying hens and coekcr
els, setting hens, eggs for hatching chesp.
BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK EIKIS FOR
hatching; also Silver-Spangled Hamburg
egga, at 95 per hundred. Chaa. Voss ft Sun.
BARRED ROCK egus for top-notch iual
Ity stock, 91.50 for 15, 90 for 100; nothing
but the best. Ahlqulst Bros., Boa ti,
WHITE PLY I.OUTH ROCK BUGS FROM
high pturlng stock (Flsbels), farm ign;
100, 9; 50, 99; 16, 91.60. C L Shaw, Plain
BARRED ROCK eggs, extra good, healthy,
farm Sock; p. It, 91.60; per 100, 10. II.
8. McColllater, Beaver Crossing. Neb.
THOMPSON strain Barrsd Rocks, best pen
eggs, 91.60 per 15. 90 per 100. prepsld.
T. H. Ksjdenberg. rella.Ia.
FlNBBtoT:k"li.Trred Rock hens and coeker
ela. also setting hens with lb eggs fur
IT 2532 Cass SL
HILLCREST Barred Rocks (Ilredlcy Siraln)
Fswn and Wl.lle Indian Runner ilucka.
Egga, 100 5. setting, 91. D. T. Uantt,
BARRED Rock eggs, 91, 15; 92, 20; 93. 10;
, 6, 100. Satisfied customers 13 states.
Mrs. Qeorge Schulg. Yutan. Neb.
WHITE ROCK egn from priss-wliinlng
slock, 11.16 per 15; 95 por lou. Louis
Wllken. Routs 1, Columbus, Neb.
BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK BUGS FOR
hate lng the better kind 92. 25 and 9a
per 15. Dr. Fllppln. Stromsburg. Ne5
WHITE" RUCks-BLUE-RIHUl .. Vvrr
nera In four atates. Send for natlng IW.
Wllllama Poultry Farm. Cedar Hlutts. Neb.
WHITE Rock agKB pure. bred, good layers,
91.60 par 19, 96 1 er 100. Fr J Kroeger.
BUFF ROCK EQGS FEN HEADED BY
prize-winning cockerel, 92 per 16: farm
flock. 21.60 par 16, 96 per 100. B. F. Max
well. Liberty, Neb.
"hTgH-QUALITY BARRED ROCK EHOS
94 per 100; good laying strain. Ben John
son. Fairfield, Neb.
PABY chicks, puro-breds; White Rocks, 15c
each; Berred Rocks, 12c. Oeorge Wolcott.
Central City. Neb.
EGOS Fancy Barred RorltB Winter layers,
91.26 and 92.50 setting. Clyde Karel,
SILVERrLACED WYANDOTTE EGGS.
Arlatocrat atraln. Two Bettings, 91.76; fifty
eggs, 92.60. Mrs. Henry Dranguls, Scrlbnsr,
Facts for Poultry Raisers
Do You Keep Loafer Hem? I Egg-Bound.
These arc busv times in rug produc -
,i 'i.ii i . i
lion and thrrc should be no place in
the poultry yard tor the idle lien.
1 he bustiies hen is never caueht loat
iitR: She should lay at least during
favorable weather. Kill the summer
There sue nianv wavs of telling the
layiiii? hen from the 11011-layina lien:
Ovcrfat hens that droop behind are
Hens over i years old having long
spurs are usually poor lavers.
Crow heads, Iouk beaks and weak
lefts indicate lack of constitutional
vigor and such birds are always poor
The singing hen with a bright red
comb will soon be laving.
Yellow-shanked hens tend to lose
that pigment with increased egg yield.
In the fall selection, save the hen that
has faded shanks.
A quiet and lazy bird having a pale
colored comb is not a good layer.
The laying hen is usually the last
011 the roost at night and the first off
in the morning, has a full crop and is
a heavy eater, she is a better pro
ducer than the hen that spends the
maior portion ot her tune on the
roost, or humped up in the corner of
the pin, or basking in the sun nil day.
Closely worn toe nails indicate ac
tivity. I hey are commonly found on
the hard-working, industrious hen and
indicate good production.
Hens that show the least broodiness
are better layers than persistent sit
ters. A wide back, full breast and broad
head, accompanied with stout, short
beak and legs set well apart, indicate
vigor anil nranii. uoou vigor aim
good health are necessary to the lay
The crop sometimes becomes over
loaded with feed and its thin muscu
lar walls become distended and par
tially paralyzed, so that the organ
cannot be emptied or the opening into
the lower esophagus may become
clogged with a feather, t Itraw or
some other substance which the bird
has swallowed. The crop is greatly
distended and the mass of feed is
rather hard and firm. In both eases
the symptoms are the same and treat
ment should be conducted on the same
For treatment pour one-fourth to
one-half ounce of melted lard or tweet
oil down the throat and manipulate
the contents of the crop with the hand
in such a way at to tend to break up
the mass. Unless the passage it
closed the content! of the crop will
usually pass away within a few hourt.
For a few days feed should be lim
ited in quantity. If the foregoing
method is unsuccessful and an opera
tion becomes necessary clip away the
feathers from a portion of the crop
and with a very sharp knife, lancet,
or razor make an incision about one
and a half inches long through the
skin and the wall of the crop. Then
carefully remove the contents of the
crops with the finger, the handle of
a spoon or some other convenient ob
ject and wash out the crop with warm
water. 1'ass the finger, well oiled, into
the esophagus to be sure there is no
obstruction. Sew up the wall of the
crop first and then the outer skin,
using white silk or linen thread, being
careful not to sew the two membranes
together, In a few days the wound
will be healed. Feed, sparingly on
whole grain! until the wound heals
and do not give any water for twenty-four
"rkkn lawn Poultry farm, rk-
gat White Wyindottei, pen 1, IB engi, f60,
iiem $ and I, 11.60, or 1 vr 10U. Hury
Kfill, Fairmont Neb.
IF YOU WANT TUB BBHT B1LVBR WY
andotlei, Barret Kock or Whlte-Crentftd
Black Pol lit hf breeding ilock or egffi, writ
In William Nclern, Uox C, L'aneade, Iowa.
PARTltHJfJB WYANDOTTE ROOK, I1.B0
for U; $6 fur 100. U- D, Van lloonou,
IMl'URIAL WHITK WYANDOTTB KtKJS
from aelticled pun, 12 for 16, par 100
ai. Mogensen, rtiunrton, nd,
ROSE-COMB WHITE WYANDOTTE
ixgi. 15 hundred, 7ft cent f If tee u John H
Horat. Winner. Neb.
WHITB W Y AN DOTTKS -KUOS, II PER
IB, $5 por 100, Mr, Chaa. Dlokmann, Ed
WHITE WYANDOTTE BCH1.S $1 SET
ting, 14.60, h un.l red. Mm. John Brlgga.
lTHK-MRKD Hllvor I,atM Wyandotte cggi.
II forlBHClahauKh, Monroe Neb.
UhU'n WYANDOTTES Kggit for halhlng.
Write Jawpur A, Oauntl, Vlncenneii, Ind.
EiOSOR HVCHINCh-si VARIETIES
rhlcKena, Bro.iee, White HoJUnd,' Bourbon
tied lurhoye; Toulouie, Ernltden, African
China geena Pekin, Rouen, Runner. Muscovy
tluok; Oulneai; catalogue, free. Theodor
Kram, Box 1, Mankato, Minn.
E (J QSFO RH A TO H INO M ATJNtl L1HTS
fren. Hlnirle-comb Buff Oriiliigtoru, Touloui
gQne, Indian Runner due I.e. Peter Urvhm.
WANT two netting h"ni foTquickiicTlon,
ulno large hone H-'tllng k km, for name, C.
Oimn, 3)0 Mf-Cngia Bldg.
pC'RE'BUlOrJ BLACK LANliSHAN WIGS,
15, 11. fift, IS.f.0, 100; large Toulouu goone
egga, Uio. Mn. Hiram Krum. Arlington,
PURE-HRMD whit LaTigNlmni. kk, tl.BO
per lb. Edward Pate, Creiihton, Neb.
BLACK LANGS HAN EOOati JAKE
H"trlk. Wahoo. Neb.
KINK BLACK LANOHHAN cockerela for
Bute Margaret MoClune, WallHce, Kan.
W M . FR BlflR, L A C n OP 8 V W 18.
DARK and White Conilkth" egg. P. o.
llalee, TaMe Hork, NVb.
LOOS -19 VARIETIES. FhEE BOOK.
Aye Broe.. Blatr. Neb. Bx 3.
20 BRKEDS OF DUCKS, CHICK ENtC
turkey. Catalogue free. Poultry Judge
Hrtrhm, Harvard, Neb.
INDIAN RUNNER Dl'CKfci EGOS FOR
sale, good Block, .eneonable prleen, Writ i.
jnur want. Ed Crosier, Oakdele, Neb.
FAUN-WHITE Indian Runner duel:, grent
Uyere, large white egga, fl.UO, 13; fi.f)0,
00. Mra. Han Greve, Central City, Neb.
BOU R BO"NR KITirRIBYKd08. M'lfs"
Uenry Mnvek, Llndnay. ,rb.
PEDIORBED Bob ton t err! era, at stud. Park
wood Kennel. 601? North 24th. Colfax
PI O EONS.
Squab Journal Trout on feeding, mar
keting and general mtnaKement of pig
eon fur aquab raising. 11lulrated. Pub
.llehod monthly. Rumplo loo. Four month'
trial, the. Arot-rlcan Bnat Journal, Pent
FOR SALE Mated Carneaux plgeona, Oat
my prices. BenJ. Owpiis. Blatr. Nb.
PEDIGREED Itoaton terrier, leaving city.
Bargain If takan oon. Phone Harney
am. 629 H. llat Avr.
FOR HALE H ma It llk prise poodl; femal.
'allWebBter 293. 1601 Sherman Ave.
FOR BALE-Beautiful Penlan kit ten, 1631
Orant BL Webster !.
ENGLISH coach dog, thoroughbred. 714
North lth St. D. 76
1 Irritation ot the oviduct, ciusiflR
th niftiihrant tn nrrnmp nrv and
deficient in its normal lubrication, an
abnormally large egg, or l too fat
condition of the hen may cause dif
ficulty in expelling an egg from the
body and produce the condition
known an CRK-bound. If the egg re
mains in the oviduct for a consider
able length of time inflammations is
produced, which finally develops into
decompositionof the tissues and re
suits in death.
Fowls whtfu eggboutid are restless,
going frequently on the nest, showing
a desire to lay and, in general, giv
ing evidence of being in distress.
Later they become Mull and listless,
remaining in this .. condition until
death, if not relieved. The egg can
usually be felt in the posterior por
tion of the abdomen. If the trouble
is early discovered, inject a small
quantity of oil into the vent, and
gently try to work the egg out. If
this treatment is unsuccessful, hold
the lower part of the body in warm
water for naif an hour, or until the
farts are relaxed; then treat as above,
t may be necessary to break the
enr, allow the contents to escape,
and remove the shell in pieces. After
removal of the egg give soft cooling
Occasionally difficulty In laying an
egg causes prolapsus or eversion of
the oviduct When this occura the
oviduct is partially turned inside out
and protrudes from the vent. If the
egg causing the trouble has not been
expelled, remove it, wah the exposed
portion of the oviduct with warm
water, apply carbolated vaseline or
hird, and return to its normal position
by gentle pressure. In addition, it is
well to give the fowl three to five
drops of rluid extract of ergot.
Age for Profitable Egg Production.
Early hatched pullets are the most
profitable egg producers. If properly
grown they begin laying in October,
Yearling hens celdom begin laying
much before the first of January ana
older hens not until later. It is the
November and December eggs that
bring the highest prices.
A great many poultrymen who
make a specialty of winter egg pro
duction keep nothing but pullets, dis
posing of the l-yeir-o!d hens before
it is time to put tiiem in winter quar
ters. The laying breeds should begin lay
ing when about 5 mouths old, general
purpose breeds at 6 months and the
meat breeds at 7 or 8 months.
Dropping! an Indication of Health.
1 he condition ot tne droppings tur
nish a good indication ot the hen s
health. They should he sufficient
consistency to holt! their nape, but
should not be too solid. In color
thev should be dark, tapering of! Into
grayish white. If the droppings are
folt or pastv and ot a yellowish or
brownish color, it indicates too much
carbohydrates, or lack of meat. If,
on the other nam!, the droppings are
watery and dark, with red splashes of
mucus in them. It indicates too much
meat. A greenish, watery diarrhea
usually indicates unsanitary conui
tions, either in the surroundings, the
feed or the water.
Ftrat. Nineteenth anfl Davenport, Fred F.
Clark, I'm! or At 10:10 President Oorg
IC. White, Anatolia no) lege, Turkey; Sunday
arnooi at noon; at , Duna' nan, "A
Drama of nteam;" Wednesday at g, "Stud
leg In Revelation."
St. Mnry'a Avenue, Twenty.Mventh
Street and St. Mary' Avenue Preaching
at 10:80, flitl auhoai, with Kindergarten,
at non, young pfopl' tnsatlnf at I;
mm ween aervic Tnursaay at , ipaciai
Plymouth. Kightetnth and Km met. Fred
erick W. Leavltt, Minister Bible school- at
10) at 11, Memorial day service j young
people' meeting at Ti at S, "Th Present
Situation in America," by President Whit
Central Park, D. B. Cleveland, Paator-
Th service win ha held at th oilvat
Baptist church, Thirty-ninth street and
Oranri avenue, Sunday school at S; preach
ing at 8: Christian Kndeavor at 4t Rev.
Fred Clark, pastor of th First church, will
First Church. St. Mary' and Twenty-
fourth 11 and I, "Soul and Body." Sun
day school, 1:41 and 11 j Wednesday meet
Second Church, Dundee and Flf ty -first
"Soul and Body:" Sunday achool. 9.4b
Wednesday meeting, I.
Third Church Druid Hall. 1414 Ames
II, "Houl and Body;" Sunday achool, 1:41;
Wadneiday meeting, I,
ftouth Side, Twenty-third and I. John O.
Alber. Pastor nibl achool, 10. At 11, "Pan-
ttcoiit;" the 1,883d anniversary of the found-
ng of the church. Christian Endeavor, 7.
At s. "Christian Unity,"
All Balms, Twenty-slith and Dwy. T. J.
Mackay. Rector Holy to mm union, 1:80;
Su nrtay c hool, 10 ; 11, "Mot herbood and
St. Andrew'. Forty-first and Charles. Rev.
J. E. Flookhart Pastor Holy eommunlon, 8;
U, "Memorial Day;" TrUO, "Th Crisis.'
Our Suvlor's Norwegian-Danish, Hamil
ton anl Twenty-nlxth. Rev. M. W. Halver-
son. Pastor Service In Norwegian, Uaniwh
and Kjiffllsh; Penlerost day at 11; the choir
will render anthems appropriate to the day
In b-jih languages; Sunday school at 10.
Dan i.h. Bit South Twenty-second Sunday
chool at t:80; Hv. C. N. Petersen, Dp
Hollies, la., will ynh at 10:40 and 8:15;
young people s meeting Thursday, May 31,
Church of Our Redeemer. Prairie Park
Hall, K-v, W, T. KahB, Pastor 8pvlal
White Sunday service Hunilay petrol at
9 :4D ; at 11, "A Waiting Congregation ;"
anttifm, "Pray for the Peace;" tenor and
. iu?t, "Thou Who Like lha Wind Art
Come;" no evening service.
Grace English. 1326 South Twentv-eiilh.
C. N. Swihrirt, Minlater At II, celebra
tion nf the Lord' Supper; at I, "A Baptism
of Kire;" Sunday school at :60; Luther
league at 7.
Onice Branch Sunday School. Fortv-
etglitti and Leavenworth School at 2.
First Knallfth. Fifty-ninth Avenue and
Heed Stru.it, Unon. Kev. C. Wilbur Nel-
Hon, Pastor Sunday achool at S:46; preach
ing at u; Luther leagu at l;S0, Mia Car
rie Snell, leader; no evening rvlc,
Zlon, Twenty-ninth and d, M. Adam. Pas
torPreparatory service for holy commun
ion at 9:30; Pentecostal service and cele
bration of holy communion at 10; Monday,
the second day of Peniecoat, service at 7:30;
sermon by Kev. T. Ling.
St. Mark' Knglleh, Twentieth and Bur-
fotte, L. Oroh, Pa.itor At 11, "What In
terest Hav W In th Ascension of Christ?"
Preaching at $ ', Sunday achool at ;4B ;
ChrUtlan Endeavor. 1:16.
Zlon, Thlrty-alxth Street and Lafayette
Avenue, A. T- Lorlmer. Pastor: Bva Nel
son, Organist; Blrger Edqutst. Choir Di
rector Sunday school at 9:45; confirmation
at 10:30; song aervic at S; Tuesday even
ing the Men'a society will b entertained
at the horn of Mr. and Mr. A. K. Snygg,
4U2 i,arayeue avenue; Weanesday evening.
midweek service; Thursday venlng, th
Luther league will meet at the horn of
Elmer and Jenny Peterson, 3522 Hamilton:
Friday evening, choir rehearsal.
Fella DanlHh, Corby and Thirtieth Serv
ices at 10:30 and ft. Pel la Annex, Forty-
rilnlh and Leavenworth. Sermon at t by
Kev. H. Berlhelaen.
Kountio Memorial, Farnam and TwentY-
alxth. Rev. Oliver D. Baltzly, Pastor; Rev.
C Franklin Koch, Asaoelat Spoulal ser
mon at 11 and 8. Monthly musical In the
evening; Sunday school, 1:46; Luther laagn.
Memorial Day Services, With
Appropriate Sermons, in
Most of the Churches
of the City.
Willi the churches of Omaha Sun.
day will be observed as Memorial day,
and either morning or evening, pas
tori will preach sermons that are ap
propriate for the occasion. On c
count of the United States having'
been plunged into war with Germany
it is expected that churches where
Memorial day services are held will
be taxed to their seating capacity. .
Grant, Crook and Custer posts of
the Grand Army of the Republic, to
gether with the Woman's Relief corps
auxiliary to each post, are to attend
services in a body at the Walnut Hill
Methodist church at Forty-rirst and
Charles streets at 10:30 o'clock Sun
day morning. '
. Rev. John F. Poucher will deliver
the Memorial day address it the R.
L. Wheeler Memorial Presbyterian
church, Twenty-third and J streets,
Sunday at 11. Grand Army men hivo
been given i special invitation to at
tend. The General Henry W. Lawtott
auxiliary will meet with Lee Forby
Camp at Twenty-fourth nd Ames at
10:30 o'clock Sunday morning and go
to Pearl Memorial church. Troops
No. 8 of the Boy Scouts will escort
A patriotic service will . be held
Sunday, June i, in All Saints' church
at H. The Boy Scouts will be pres
ent and G. W. Wattles will make' an
There is a probability that In tha
near future, Omaha churches will try
the experiment of a advertising in the
newspapers. There are a large num
ber of the laymen and many pastors
who are of the opinion that religious
services should be advertised. They
take the position that if the churches
entered upon an advertising campaign
and If the preachers and choirs de
livered the goods, so to speak, the
Sunday attendance would be greatly
increased. In addition, they assert
that the extra contribution to the
baskets would more than pay the ex
Denies of the advertising.
R. B. Wallace of the Omaha Ad
club is a Arm believer in church ad-
v ruling. He la one of the Omaha,
delegates to the Associated Advertis
ing club convention at St. Louis next
week and at that meeting, he proposes
to bring up the matter of church ad
vertising and ascertain how success
ful it has been throughout the coun
try. The program of the St. Louis con-,
vention makes provision for the dlsr
cussion of church advertising and .
number of leading church laymen
from different sections of the country'
are billed to speak on this subject,
When he returns from St. Louis
it it expected that Mr. Wallace will'
be equipped with data and that at
some time in the not far distant future,
he will appear before the Ministerial:
union and give his views on church
The president of Anatolia college,
White, will deliver an address at the
First Congregational church Sunday
morning at 10:30 o'clock.
At the First Baptist church, thf
pastor, A. A. DeLarme, Sunday night
closet the series of termons on
"Mother, Home and Heaven." The
sermon is on "Heaven and Its In'
habitants, or Where Do the Dead go,
To Heaven, Paradise, Purgatory or'
The Ladies' Aid society of the First'
United Presbyterian church, Twenty
first and Emmet streets, has put its
services at the disposal of the or
ganization for war relief. The so
ciety will meet the first and third
Fridays of each month at 10 o'clock
at the church parlors. Next Friday,
June 1, the society will sew for the
Visiting Nurses' association. The so.
ciety will endeavor to interest the
women of the community in war re
'The True Situation In Turkey,"
will be told at Plymouth ConereEa
tional church Sunday evening by
President beorge b. White of Marso
The Central Park Congregational
church has been demolished. The
material to be utilized in the new
building, which is going up rapidly.
The official directory of the Catho
lic church gives the following data
relative to the diocese of Omaha and
the strength of the church at the
end of last year;
Une bishop, 161 oriests. 15Z
churches, 110 parishes, one university,
,Ui students, three academies for
girls, seventy-two parish schools,
with 9,937 pupils; one orphan asylum,
with 128 inmates. The Catholic popu
lation of the diocese is placed at 65,-'-652.
During the year there were 254
conversions, 3,242 baptisms and 1,074
A sacred concert will be eiven at
the First Lutheran church, Twentieth
and Mason streets, Sunday evening at
8 o'clock, with special numbers.
Organ solo by Prof. Phil Lange of
Lutheran seminary, Seward, and
vocal solo by Prof Theodore Auf
Gran,, Tenth and Arbop, B. B. Tart. Pas
tor At 11, "Tha Red CroBS of Chrlltr
at S, "Th Battla with Our T.mp.r."
Trinity. Twenty-flfth and H. R.. Charla
P. Holler, Paator Sunday achool at ti.at
at 11, Memorial day Barmon: tha Grand
Army and tha Woman's Roltaf earn will
attend and have a part tn the a.rrloa:
Junior union at S:30 young people's meet
ing at S, 'The Women Whose Teara Showed
R.psntance, but Who Waa Saved by Baa.
eon of Her Faith."
Calvary. Twenty-flftH and HamiltonAft
lo:JO, pFeaehlna by Bev. D. K. Jenkins
Sunday sshool at noon ; youna; people's meet
ins; at T; delegates who attended the north
ern Brptlat convention at Cleveland will
tlva reports of the meetlnra at tha even
ing; services; Wednesday prayer service
at I. '
Olivet. Thlrty-aie-hth strMt ... n.A
Avenue,' Rev. J, A, Jensen. Paator Blbl
school at 10; at 11, "Photogmphara and
Pictures:" youna people'! meeting at S,
Bert Thompson, captain of group; at 8,
evangellatlo sarvlce, "In the Wilderness':'
Wednesday at I, prayer and praise, meetlnav
immanuel, Twenty-fourth and Pinknav.
Arthur J, Morris, Paator At 10:10, "Un
der a Law of Conscription:" Bible achool
ut noon, Charloa w. 8lmon, supsrlntsndsntl '
young peoples meeting at 7; gospel mes
sage and muslo at a; prayer , and pralso
service Wednesday evening.
First. Park Avenue and Hamav Rtv
Alonso Alvln DeLarme. altnlstaicuniv
school at S:4S: at 10:3s. "Hodan tan. .
d.llty, .or Nuts for Sp.kUos to Crack r
young people's meeting at T: al a. mh--.
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