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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (March 22, 1909)
A STRONG NAME.
"What's your iianio, messenger?"
"Good! Just pop off with this box tu
CUTICURA CURED HIM.
Eczema Came on Legs and Ankles
Could Not Wear Shoes Because
NEBRASKA NEWS AND NOTES.
Items cf Interest Taken From Here
and There Over the State.
York is moving In the matter of
;i $."0,000 hotel,
fiirm house of William Mos
mar Crab Orchard, was
Iti'iimlt. a Kent rice hoy, lost
Of Bad Scaling and Itching.
"I havo been Btiecessfuily cured o
dry eczema. I was inspecting the re
moval of noxious weeds from the edfie.
of a river and was constantly in the
dust from the weeds. At nlcht 1
cleansed my limbs but felt a prickly
sensation. I paid no intention to it
for two years but I noticed a scum
on my less like ftoh scales. I did not
attend to it until it came to be too
Itchy and sore and began getting two
running sores My ankles were all
sore and scabby and 1 could not wear '
s-hoes. I had to uso carpet and felt
slippers for week a. I got a cake of
the Cuticura Soap and some Cuticura
Ointment. In lets than ten days I
could put on my boots and in less than
three weeks I was free from the con
founded itching, ('apt. George P. liliss,
Chief of Police, Morris, Manitoba, Mar.
20, 1907, and Sept. Ill, 1908."
I'utlei lirus 4 CU -m. Corp., folo I'mpt., Boston.
"When a man has an argument with
his wife, and she proves that ho is In
the wrong "
"Should he own up to it?"
"No. That's bad business, I la
should maintain he was right, and
then go out and buy her bonK-thlng
nice." Cleveland Leader.
Fmokers hive to call for Iiwi Single J
Hinder rinr to pet it. dir.' dealer or
Lewia' Factory, Peoria, 111.
Eomo men haven't
do the best they can.
sense enough to
li noune4 AbMtutoty Pur, No WmI.
lM.rmt groMiTii 'tt l.lMV4r, Tiiimthy ud OrmlM,
On-., Itnrlt'T nnd I'otnliH'M In AhhtIc.
KX.bov. liD.ui ok wiHo.Nhis. from aomvn
down to HnlrtT'g CMIi Crtitury Alfc'fn, hrr-ti(
within 14 rittinfttT()-t'llni( $2rV00.oo worth of
iT'BKniil.'f nl tin v, or t the rnto vt $03.33 lvr a -r.
!f tli tli . t rrlall. il I. llhHriiM IkTlS ti
tlailw nulic'l to Invnaiitj pun ln. rn frt. ur r.
:ilt IOo nn't tt't tt f rt 'nn ;k II I'll funn WHO
Ji. I.ii'Iii.Hik Alfal'n. ( ,"ir f.r pint 1 teaml
nnia vika,ot tim W'triotu b JuJ
JOHN A.tALZCR ettO CO.,LlCreti.Wia.
three fingers while feeding a roller
Greeks of South Omaha want J-M'V
000 damages for property destroyed
Odd Fellows of Hastings have de
rided to erect a building that will cost
upwards of $10,000.
.1. H. Adams has returned to I'latts
mouih from Las Vegas. N. M.. where
be purchased 400 acres of land.
('. M. Palmer, former superintend
ent of school nt Heat rice, died recent
ly in Arkansas.
- Rev. Luther P. Mi.thews, an aged
Congregational minister, retired, died
at Crete a few days ago.
Cook is in the midst of a gret.t re
ligious revival, business being bus'
peiuied to give attention to splritua;
Fishermen near Hrownwell caught
two catfish in the Missouri river
weighing, ono 80 aud the other 72
The horse, cattle and hog breeders
of York county are enjoying a great
demand for pure bred stock. Farmers
and breeders come from nearly every
part of Nebrnska to secure the best.
John Masterson of Adams county
entered a plea or guilty to the charge
of Belling mortgaged property, before,
the district court, and was fined $100
Lying prone across a cook stove, his
face pressed down tight on the hot
lids, Fred Weis, perhaps the oldest
merchant in Fremont, was found dead..
He was 80 years old and lived alone.
A reward of $'J0O Iihs been offered
by Gov. Shallenherger for the m rest
and conviction of the parties who
murdered old man Hrown at Valpa
raiso on the nig'at of the 11th last.
C. W. Fagg of Arlington will seek
to have the. marriage of his daughter
Alia Fagg and John Shik annulled by
the courts, as the bride Is only 10
Will Hat her of Valley county thinks
he has been 1 milked." He purchased
a line Toulouse gander, paying a big
price, but t he other day it was caught
laing an egg. No gander would do
such a thing as ihat.
Joseph Urooks of Hralnerd com mil
led suicide by shooting liimseii
through the heart. 'I rouble with a
son-in-law and financial difficulties ot
some sort are said to have caused the
A "phone, uici-snge to Valentine
stated that about forty head of l.orseK
had been stolen from near Merriman.
There has been a gang of horse
thieves operating in the west cud of
the comity for some time, and so far
tdey have eluded the authorities.
Twelve l.e.s of beer mid sixteen
iues of whisky "mid wine were
fowled -Into iUu sewer, by .Sheriff Mc
Cleery and 1'. S. Rolirer of the Civic
Federation at listings. The liquor
was found on the premises of Gerd
Col. Hen Miller & Son of Tecmnseh
ire probably the most extensive horse
dealers in Nebraska. If not In this
part of the country. During the
months of January and J-Vbrimry the
Sought and sold over 1.20U liead ol
Stopovers at Omaha will be granted
on all tourists' tickets to the. west
this summer on the return portion of
the ticket In view of this, the ataf
nietronolis Is expecting to entertain
many distinguished travelers "in the
good old summer time."
Thirty-four thousand and forty-two
votes were cast in the Flkhorn drain
age district election, of which 21.112
were for the proposed district and
r.'.ICIO against. One hundred and
sixty-eight out of a possible 200 prop
city owners voted.
Chris. Hieseineler and W. A. Hueh
ler of Johnson county will co-operate
with the government in some corn
giowing experiments this year. The
Sovcrnmcnl will furnish Ihe seed and
the Nebraska men will cultivate the
grain under direction of the national
denartnieiit of agriculture.
The child of Mr. and Mrs. Pl.il Slier
roll, residing two miles north of ("al
iaw:.y, swallowed fl safety pin. the
rant" sticking in the throat of tlu
bill The mother of the child al
tempted to remove the pin, but it
stuck In such a way that Bke could
not do so. A physician was called
and removed the pin.
An unidentified man was mysteri
ously murdered and his body placed
across the Hurllngton railroad tracks
at Copenhagen, a siding ill Antelope
county. The passenger train ran over
Hie body, cutting it to hits. The en
gineer failed to set1 the body till too
late to stop the train, rootprints and
blood in the snow along the right-of-way
tell the story of tin; murder.
Judge William I lay ward mid wife
f Nebraska Clt have gone to Wash
ingtoii to pee j.liont ncceptliiR the p-.
: itloii of assistant postmaster general
tendered the Judge and which he has
not fully made up his mind as to what
he is going to do. He says that lie
does not want to leave the state, be
cause be was born and reared here
and loves Nebraska and her people.
License or no license is going to
bo the issue In many towns at the
coming elections. The "drys" expect
to win many victories.
With county option defeated, tem
perance forces are organizing all
along the line for state-wide prohibi
tion in 10111.
C. W. linns n, an aged recluse, wan
beatuii to deuth In his litllo shanty
a'lout three miles from Valparaiso
Robbery was probably the motive.
TI. e barn id 1.. T. Hlackford, Hurt
cuiiuty, was destiojed by fire, a ."
ear-old son wit li matches doing the
A FORMER OREGON
FARMER THINKS OF WEST
ERNJMDA. Albert Nelson loft Henton Co., Ore
gon, in Sept., 1904. for tho great
Canadian prairies. To qnoto from his
letter: "1 was greatly surprised to
find such an Immense stretch of rich
virgin prairie still almost unoccupied
in the very heart of North America.
The splendid crops of oats, wheat, bar
ley, potatoes and hay I beheld in tho
settlements made, me very eager for a
piece of this rich soli, and I soon lo
cated in the Gooso Lake couutry. We
have here a great stretch of the rich,
deep clay loam of the Saskatchewan
a soil heavy and hard to break, but
nartlciilarlv well adapted for the re
tention ot moisture and production of
the bright No. 1 hard wheat, and
great crops of oats, barley, flax and po
tatoes. I had CO bushels of oats,
weighing 441 lb. to the bushel, per
acre. Some of my neighbors had still
greater yields. Wheat yielded from 20
to 30 bushels per acre. We have all
done well here, and I could name
many Americans who came here with
means to go ahead, who have done
big already. For homesteads-one has
to go further west, but tho best praV
rlo can be bought here for from $12.00
to $1C00 per acre. The climate is
dry nnd healthy. This is ihe regular
Saskatchewan .fall weather frosty
nights, nnd bright, sunny days Ideal
for threshing and hauling out of
wheat. The trails are dusly, as thou
sands of wheat teams arc moving
towards the elevators.
"The sight of it makes one Btop and
wonder what It will bo in a few years
when the immense prairies get under
cull 1 vat Ion. Heavy snowfall is the
exception here. Snow generally falls
in December and. goes off In March.
It sometimes gets very cold, but the
Saskatchewan farmer does not fear
the cold. Winter is his season of
rest. The first or second crop he
builds a comfortable house for him
self, and warm stables for his horses.
He need not, like some, bo poking
about In the mud all winter attending
a few beasts for a livelihood."
A CURE FOR FITS.
He See, Samanthn, that shows how
terribly thin some folks are.
GOVERNMENT CAREY ACT OPEN
ING OF IRRIGATED LAND.
The Treatment la to Acccwplieh
What Science Has Been Strug
gling to Attain for Centuriee.
The intciiM interest that h.i oeon mani
fi"itt'd ihrounliout the country by the won
derful eurcs that are luinu neeompbshed
Loly by epili'ptli'ido t-tiil continue. U h
tf;W MirjiriMtig the v,it iiuiiiImt ef peo
ple who have .ilieady been cured ef lilt
and ni'i'VoiMicis. In order that even lnwly
may hive ii eli.uiee U test the medicine,
l.oi;i (rial bottles, vahiablo literature. His
tory f Fpilcpsy nnd testimonial, will be
sent by mail nlKolutcly tree to nil who
write tu the )r. M.iy I-'iIkumIoiv, its
Parl Street, New York City.
A maidservant in thti employ of n
Brooklyn woman was left the other
day in charge of tht children while
her nilslress went for a long drive.
Well, Mary." asked the lady, on her
return, "how did the children henave
during my absence? Nicely, 1 hope."
"Nicely, ma'am." Mary answered,
but at tho eml they fought terribly
"Fight! Mercy mo! why did they
"To decide," said Mary, "which was
behaving the best." Harper's Weekly.
Hie Humoroue Error.
During one of the banquets of th
Church Congress in I-ondon, a cer
tain blshon h id as his left hand com
panion a clergyman who was com
pletely bald. During dessert the bald
headed vicar dropped his napkin nnd
stooped to pick It. up. At this moment
the bishop, who was talking to his
light hand neighbor, felt a silght touch
on his left arm. He turned, and. be
holding the vicar's pate on a level
with his elbow, said, "No, thank you,
no melon. I, will tako some pineap
ple:" The Grip of Spring.
During the last twenty years many of our
ritii'tiH have been attacked in the xpring
months by grip. Some have had senium or
slight iittaekM every year or two. All know
it to be a dangerous disease. If Laue'x
I'li-n-.int Tablet! (which are sold nt 2."
(cuts a box by dniKisists nnd dealers) are
taken when the first symptoms me felt,
there is hardlv a chance ef the malady pel
ting a foothold. If you cannot Kit them
mar home, send 23 cents to Orator V.
Woodward, Lo Roy, N. Y. Sample free.
Modern Improvements Wanted.
Charon was Indignant.
"That spirit wants the ferry
equipped with the wireless system,"
A nomrntle V.yt, Itemrdr
Compounded ly Kxpeilencpil Physicians.
Conforms to I'ure l-'ood nnd DniKS I.wh.
Wins Friends Wherever Used. Ask LniR
Ktsts for Murine I'.yn Itcinoily. Try Mu
rine ia Vour ICyes. You Will Lllio Murine.
Like Producing Like.
"How did that manager coma out on
bis beauty show?"
"I think he made a handsomo profit."
Pettit't Eye Salve 100 Years Old,
relieves tired eyes, quickly cures eye hi hen,
intlatned, sore, watery or ulcerated eves.
All druggists or Howard Rros.RulTalo.N.Y.
320 ACRES INSTEAD
OF 160 ACRES
For Women- Lydia 0. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound
Noah, Ky. " I was passinc: through
tho Change of T.itV aud sulTt ml from
"J.ydi:i E. Tiiik.
well ami strontr, ko
that lean do all my
housework, and at
tend to tho store)
and nost-oilico, nnd
1 feel much younger
than 1 renlly am.
J.vdin li. Pink.
ham's Vegetable Compound is the most
successful remedy ir nil kinds of
female troubles, and I feel that lean
never praise itenotn;!i." Mas. Lizzik
Holland, Noah, Ky.
TlieCliangeot' Life, htjiemostcritlcal
period of a woman's existence, and
neglect of health nt this timo invites
disease and pain.
that there is no ot her remedy known to
medicine, tint will rosuccessfullycarry
women through .this trying tieriod aa
Lydia E. riukhain'a Vegetable Com
Doimd, made from native, roots and
Tor .10 years 5t liat been rurlncf
women from tho worst I'm us of f cmalu
ills lnilaminallon, ulceration, dis
placements, fibroid tumors, irregulari
ties, periodic pains, backache, and
If you would like pprelnl ndvlco
nbout yanrciise w rite aeontidcii
llal letter to Mrs. Pinkhiiiii, nt
Lynn, Mass, Her mlvko is free,
nnd uhvuyrf helpful.
A further inducement
to (etllcmrnt i the
wlirit-rajiing InJ of
Western Cnd, thl
hiit imrravd the errs
lli.it may be tnkrn by
lioniefti-wlrr lo 320 nrrrt (x) lire and 160 to
l pu!i'lia;e. nt $ MX) per sue. 1 line lands
aio in llie p; jin i.ii .iiijj area, whcfa mied farming
u ! t un -d u.i Willi unrpulili'-J iticiesi. A
lAihvjywiil lioil'ylx! bti'U to I hi'linn Ray.bring
ii K ih? wodd't maikits a tlmii-ar,d n.ilri neater
t!ir w heal -tielili, wlirre tJiool, and cliurcliei
am lonv-nieut, iLmate corl'-nl, railway! cloM to
ail n-tllenii-ii'.s, ar.J liKal iiiiuLetj good.
"it w.iuM tuUc time tt iissintilute the revela
t ints liini u visit to (lir iirnii eniplrelyins to
Ihe Nurtll ot in in tillnl lit rv'rry turd."
I.il'in'i; V.-hi- i'f iVi.'i.";.! hi!ttor,who t'tilttj
Western CinjJji In Ayt.ft, i JiJ.
liml! may aho le pun riii ril liom railway and
land um,i.ui-i at low nnd on eaiy term.
For pumitlilet, mipa ftnj tiiforumtlon nt tn
I nv iuiI a hv i itr. uin'lv tt, Siiierlnleiiilenl
of liiimiiirntinn, Ottuwn, CtmititH, or th
utliurueil Cunut'.luii Uoveriniiciit Agent:
B01 Nfw York Lit BuiMinf.
i mm i win am mm wi.iwi.hh WP.iPL'ai
6, the State of Wyoming
Sell 100 Irrigated Farms
at 50c per acre at Cooper L'ike, Wye.
to those who have made applications
for WAT Kit ItlUUTS NOW ON SAL S3
at $3 per acre cash and 3 per acre
annually for len years. Free railroad
fare, sleeping and dining car accom
modations and FKEH PK1JD to TWO
TOWN LOTS to all applying HEFOUK
MAY 1. Anpllcationa and particulars
furnished by TALLMADG1M1UNT1N
LAND CO., Agents, Hallway Exchange,
Chicago. Agents wanted.
During the trial of a man who bad
made an unsuccessful atleirrt at sui
cide, a lawyer had badgered the wit
nesses to an exasperating degree, and
evidently intended to pursue the samn
course with a meek appearing little
Irishman who next took the stand.
"You say you talked with the ac
cused an hour after his attempt?" tlie
"Ol did," was the direct reply.
"And did he give any reason for at
tempting to commit suicide?"
"lie did, an' it was a good reason."
- "Well, and what reason did ho
"Sure, an' he said he wanted to kill
himself," Pat answered, and for n mo
ment even his honor could not control
bis lauehter. Hariier's Weekly.
Btati or Ohio Citt nr Toudo, I
l.i-can Ciii ntv. f
Frank J. ( iikvkt make oath tint hi ta arntnr
narinrr or tn nrm or r. J. (.'henry A Co, lining
biilni-M In the I'lty of Tnlrtln. Coiinlv mul niuik
arnrr-wiKl. and that mul II rm will pay Ihe amn ol
ONI) HI'Miltl.l) lull. I. AltM for iiu-h and ivitv
rnno of CvrAKHK that rannot he curril hy tho uae ul
I1AI.L 9 IA1AKHII tunc.
FRANK J. ritl-'.N'KV.
Swnm tn before me and auhwribrd In my ircf nre.
una mu aay ui itcoiiumt. a. v., i.vhi.
I T-" I A. W. OI.KVSOV.
I f .Notary im 'tii.ic.
Ilall'i Catarrh Cure la taken Internally and ana
iircctiy uiin oie ninod and minium rtirraim ol tha
lyaum. Si-nd lor 1-iiinniilala. Irre.
V. J. CIIKSKY 4 CO., Toledo, O
Sold by all DnntlKt!,. :v.
Taka JlaJI'a t amlly I'llla lor conatlpatlon.
Alas, How True!
"I often wonder," remarked Mr.
fltnbb. in solemn reflection, "if ihe last
man on earth will have the last word
"Of course he will, John," lauahed
It to him."
nre you so sure?"
the hut woman will give
lth a smooth Iron and Deflanco
Starch, you can launder your shirt
waist JiiFt as well nt home as the
team laundry can: It will havo tho
proper stiffness and finish, there will
be less wear nnd tear of the goods,
ana it w in ue a posit we j leasure to
use a Starch that docs not stick to the
she I suppose o;ir uncle didn't
fail to remember you in Ins will?
He It whs sea "i el v a rene iu-
teun HLo a faiut mcuIU'Ulou.
What Is defeat? Nothing but edu
cation, nothing but the first step to
something better. Wendell Phillips.
Rheumatism. Xeuniluin find Sore
Throat will not live under the aiitne roof
with Hamlin Wizard Oil, the bent of all
remedies fur the relief of nil paiu.
It's not difficult to Judge ome men
by their clothes policemen and letter
carriers, for example.
You will respond vrrv auicklv to the
(inrticlil Tea treatment, for thix Nuttmil
laxative corrects constipation, purities the.
blood, (itid brnelits the entire system.
A Safe avA Sarc
Dors not contain flplom, g
Morphine, or any olhrr rarcolle
or habit-forciag drnfj.
KothtnR of a poisonous or harm- p
ful diaractcr enters into its com- J
This clean nnd pure cough cure T
cures coughs that cannot lie cured 5
by nny ether medicine. $
It has saved thousands from con-
It lias saved thousands of lives. t
A 25c. liott'ie eonl.iins -10 doses.
At all druggists', 25c, 50c. nnd $1. a
Don' I accept unjlhlnn cUc. t
roslti vely cured hy
these I title Pills.
Tliey relieve P1h-irfH-tfriiiii
I'.VNp' psln, Iii-
in ttioii ml l'i.o lleuriy
I nl Int;. A prrfi i't rem--ily
foi' Iiu.oi ss, Niiu-t-;l,
lli-uvvsim-sK, 11 It il
'I'.-iftti' In tlie y out ti, Coat-
it 'I cm; im, I 'it in In thu
.-Mile, TO'.M'ID I.lVKIt.
Thry rt'KUlulc tlie llin-K. J'niiil.y Vi-Kelublc.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
The RniiRon I Muko and Soil Moro Men $3.00
6 J.OO Shoes Thau Aay Other Mauuiucturor
U twausa I filvt trifl wrr th bfnflt of tb mtwl
roroi'leu orrftnlr.fttlmi of U4Und pU tad ilUltd
Ihtn4krii in ft country
Vhe -l Hon nf th uAttiora for ftaVcli part of tfeo ihoo,
nl nnrr riria.ll of tli mihtrirT In vtry droartmttnt, 14
Jo. kf.1 ftr by thebj ihitmiaWif In th h iodostry.
If I rnuld tliow you hu cajitully W. L. lortt thoafl
ftrj m. Tnu noalUhvti urirtnd why thty n4d ihiv
hup, lit lfittr, ut'l wr ioBjier Uuui uiy outer t&tlo.
My Mfthiht vf TtvmhtqthH Holes nukes thtm Mm
fltxiole and Longer Wearing than any others
Nlitifi fip Kvcry MmIip nf thr Fumlljr,
Mimi, llyn, Winiifii, M Uo nnd ( Itiltlrviu
pRITirM I NnA K-'"'l Hlthnut S. ln lnttBl
LHOIIUtl I iiftum nnd l'M- Htuiiipi'il on nullum.
Fut Color r.vsltti Vud ticlmlvelf. CnUioi mailtd (tm.
W. L. IHHULAS.IO Spark St., U rot k too. Man.
NOTHING LIKE IT FOR
THE" TFFTU P"''n,! ecel any drntifrica
I ll ICLIn in clruming, vdiiltning and
rcmnving lailai from tlie Irclh, beiiJca dertroying
nil RTmi ol decay and disrate which ordinary
tooth nrparationi canniit do.
Til1" Plft'lTIJ Paxtinn uird ai mouth
Itlal aiiUJIll wah diiinlecU the mouth
and throat, punfin the hrcalh, and kills the grrma
which collect in the mouth, causing lore lliroat.
Lad Icrlli, bad btcath, gnppo, and much uckneu.
lilt blLO and burn, may be instcnlly
iclkvcd and itirngihcnrd by Pontine.
f-1Tflr?C?U P""1'"0 H'" destroy tlie permi
W4 I Hi lil II ihat caue catanh, lieal the in.
Oammulion and ilnp tlie discharge. It u a iiut
icmrdy (or uterine catarrh.
Paxtin ia a liarmleai yet powerful
n.ftnirn tit fin.l Aimttii f
Uied m balliinn it destroyi odors and
leaves the body anlurpticaily clean.
FOR SALE ATORUC1 BTORCS.DOc'.
OR POSTPAID BY MAIL.
LARGE SAMPLE FREE!
THE PAXTON TOILET HO.. BOSTON. MA88.
It's the easiest thing In the world lo
point out tho proper course for others
Brown's Iimnclilal Trnrlioa" i-pllovn
Hrom liltls, Asthma, Ciitnrrli nnl Tlirnat
IMscnsrH. rrnlH a box. Humpies sent fni
by John 1. ltrown & Hun, iioNtoii, Masn.
Things pained are gone, but grcnt
things done endure. Ilisbop.
Rnvikcrs appreciate the finality value of
IiPwin' Suieli- Hinder tipir. Vour deali.'!1
or lewis' Factory, I'eoria, III.
Some people avoid popular eoncerta
because they are fond of miiBlc.
l'H.ES t I KKI INOTO 14 lAVM.
riZO OIS'J'MKN'I' Iftft-uiimnteiM to euro any eata
of iK-hlnii. Itlniil. IUi-i'.iiiib nr I'nitrudiiig 1'ile, la
(tn llduyaur luuiiey rctuuiicd. Uki.
If love wasn't blind Cupid
hare a lot more work to do.
Genuine Must Bear
rac-Smiiie Signature ,
f.J Ccsft COc 81c Dr acrt for teed. EZ2l3
i M iwt nutlet ful irrtm nf thiiitirv,vii Uli'rrf r'tn
I I (I t IIIIH tf lilt V In r K'TC hi in I II t k el I in 'turn l
iikI In 4 Meek' It liMihf t-ir tlm inoAfT On. mi'
i i. Urmvrtrthtl 11-u r I mtTY iii-rt .on vr
"inula Am.rini. Iuhphi' -lirt ; lu'tir'nnl n tt j
pni I On Hi mun i Mintl rrc n. Himhlt f tl.U
llIllllTl 1 1 UI11H.4.H I; -Hif MTl'-H. llO ftTr-nl 9 lf(l
1 ll.irli'V .(in t-.t h (. (irut""-', '!. . eic niu
if fro. Or Ht'titl l4o ot") tii (!(! n Kiiiiiiiif
lfrm hh1 novelty m-viT hi-ci hy you ltd "to.
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Mrs, AVInalnw'a Rimthlns; Sjrrop.
Pflrelill'lren tocUilnit, audena tha Riima, mlueaa In.
(lamuiallua, aliaya pulu, cures wind willu. Sica bultls.
A dimple In a woman's chin makes
a dent In a man'a heart.
l'..n.i.l.ti ur. In Vrlerlimry
.IrillelliM with iDii'i.lti'ii uil
(lilKi m Ititrft m.iulli,. Wlitll
irikitiiir.'l you miiii
tT..tp..inn tn yur win I. .-.lay.
ti, duly r.ll.p. In Hit I'liitl
fi'M.. tf.rhiin .Wtliii J ly iimil.
(tenil for inTirtef na. KOi'tent-i enrntte'1 lit Hny ttnio.
ilKUII I.HIMiTITlTkdl'VC'tKVOIiKI .1(1! M E,t Mnio.lU.
in tlie purcbase of
It is an absolute
guarantee of pur
ity and quality,
l'or your own
that it is en tlie side, of
every kx ot w uitc leaa
CaTIONM. IE4D COMPtNY
1302 Tt.n tT Building. H Torfc
Milllnimnf aorejinf m lioul lur'l tti bo vihl hf tlia
Sinn-, f l.(U to jUU per if to; new iine-tcrt.ei.ti i'sh
ll it.l 4U years 1 lun nil li:tl.ili--e; llireii ht i-illt Inter
el; niily (IV U) -n - Ii P.r f'l U'-n-i al t.'M) H-racr.
I.rentest iipiHiriiicliv; itikm! iikTirnlMinil Innrt; aenii
W I'enlM fur IliKikut Iiim rui tlci.siinrl Ni-w Htnte Ijiw.
,1. .1. Snvili-r, Hi hiH.I Uni t U:ii..r. I ! wh
Austin, li i. lu ii r-.-iic.-. AasUii NuUunal Dank.
Hrt'twi tn. twt'it'llcs tl.t half.
roinok'f Imtirlaii.l ffruvth.
Nvr FUo to Bi'Rtoro Ormy
itr to itn Youthful Co lot.
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W. N. U., OMAHA. NO, 12. 1909.
H U. U. l av. VOict
misled by imitations
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genuine sold everywhere
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