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SIXTY SEVENTH BIRTHDAY
And a Free Man But One Da) This is the
Waj Mr. Janes Puts It.
W. D. Jones, one i the pioneers if
Cass county and for many years a resi
dent of Plattsmouth, is celebrating his
Sixty-seven years ago today William
D. Jones yelled his first yell iu White
county, Tennessee, and from there re
moved to near Fairfield, Iowa, when
only two years of age, where, the next
day after he attained his majority, he
was united in marriage with Miss X.
C. McGaw. A few years after this
happy unlou Mr. and Mrs. Jones came
to Cass county, where thev have re
sided for over forty years. Tbey have
been residents of Plattsmouth for
many years, having resided for some
tlmejprevlous at Rock Bluffs.
W. D. Jones says that he enjoyed
but one day of f reedon. He was under
the control of his father until he be
came of age, and as but one day inter
vened between the second day of May
forty-six years ago, and that of the day
he was married. Since which time lie
says, Mrs. Jones has been boss. Let
that be as It may, he couldn't possibly
have spent his days more happily un
der such a system of "bossism," as
Mrs. Jones is one of the finest ladies
that ever drew the breath of life, and
all who know her will agree with what
we say. Friday, May 4th, of this week,
Mr. and Mrs. Jones will have the
pleasure of celebrating their 4iith wed
ding anniversary, and It Is the wish of
the Journal, as well as that of their
many friends, that they may continue
to spend the balance of thelrdays hap
pily and pleasantly as down Time's rug
ged road they go, and may they live to
be a hundred years old, or more.
! Mjuer Kildow Nuptial.
; A marriage license was issued late
j Saturday evening to Frank Mauer, Jr.,
age IS, and F.va Klldow, age l'i, both
residents of this city. The young
couple were united in marriage by
Judge Travis, after which the blush
ing bride and happv young groom de
parted from the court house rejoicing.
The groom, who is a capable and
steady young man, is a sou of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Mauer, sr., and is em
ployed by William Hassler at his black
smith shop. The bride is a daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Klldow, and
is a very lovable young lady. The
Journal joins the many friends In
wishing them a happy married life.
DEATH OF GOVERNOR BOYD ! A PRETTY HOME WEDDING
Mr. Albert Mm 21I Miss Louise Osborn
Not if at Rich a Rockefeller.
If you had all the wealth of Rocke
feller, the Standard Oil magnate, you
could not buy a better medicine for
bowel complaints than Chamberlain's
CoJic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
The most eminent physician can not
prescribe a better preparation for solic
and diarrhoea, both for children and
adults. The uniform success of this
remedy has shown it to be superior to
all others. It never fails, and when
reduced with water and sweetened, is
pleasant to take. Every family should
be supplied with it. Sold by F. G.
Fricke & Co. and A. G. Fried.
In County Court.
The case entitled Mary Liner vs J
W W. E. and B. C Tulene came up
for trial Tuesday, and a jury com
posed of John Beeson, Hilt Wescott,
Frank, Svoboda, t! II. Thrasher and
Perry Uutterback, heard the argu
ments. The plaintiff brought suit for
$1,000.00 damages sustained for assault
and battery by the defendants. After
a short consultation the jury returned
a verdict In favor of the defendants.
The first hearing on claims in theeS'
tate of Phoebe Bobbins, deceased was,
was postponed until May 15th.
Pirating Foley' Honey and Tar.
Foley k Co., Chicago, originated
Honey & Tar as a throat and lung
remedy, and on account of the great
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey
Tlonev and Tar many imitations are
offered for the genuine. These worth
less imitations have similar sounding
names. Beware of them. The genu
ine Foley's Honey and Tar is in ayel
low package. Ask for it and refuse
anv substitute. It is the best remedy
for coughs and colds. Sold by F. G
Fricke & Co..Sand A. T. Fried.
Fruit Will be Plentiful.
In referring to the prospects for ;
fruit crop this year the Lincoln Star
"Fruit in Nebraska this year will be
most abundant and the prices will
place it within the reach of the most
humble. Present indications point to
snlendld crops of apples, peaches.cher-
rles. Dlums and small fruits. During
the last week, the trees have been
loaded with fragrant blooms and most
of the blossoms appear to have become
fertilized and the fruit Is now 'setting
on' in abundance.
April Mortgage Reoord.
The record of mortgages for the
month of April shows thattwenty-four
mortgages have been filed and twenty
released on farm property, and eleven
filed and nine released on town pro
A REPUBLICAN DEM-
Some of the Men, Who Will Be Before
The Lincoln Star, a republican
Daper. furnishes the following demo
Chairman T. S. Allen of the Demo
cratic State Central committee has
ailed a convention to meet In Lin
coln Aug. l.'i. A platform will be
outlined and candidates nominated.
No action will be taken in regard to
popular endorsement of United States
And the aspirants ror office are
many, usually nominations go oeg
ging but this will not be the case this
A. C. Shallenbarger of Alma will
be in the race for governor. So will
I). Sutherland of Nelson. G. W.
Berge of Lincoln Is an active candi
date. Dr. P. L. Hall of Lincoln has
many admirers but he cannot be per
suaded to make the race.
P. E. McKillip of Humphrey and
George L. Loomis of Fremont are con
sidered aspirants for the place.
With these men after nominations
there will be excitement enough In the
state convention. So far the Popu
list cohorts have not been able to
get together. It has been stated that
the Populists have entirely disap
peared. Joseph II. Miies of Falls City
as been urged to enter the race for
governor. Jle is wen Known as a ous-
ness man and lias many friends
throughout the state.
G. M. Hitchcock, editor of the
World-Herald and ex-congressman, is
considered a leading candidate for
the democratic senatorial honors. W.
H. Thompson of Grand Island is
considered his competitor. W. J.
Bryan will not take any part In state
politics. Edgar Howard has been
mentioned as a candidate for senator.
For the other offices there is not so
much competition. Candidates fav
orably located, will spring up when
the more glittering prizes have been
disDosed of. There is one office that
must be removed from the limit of
the above statement. That is the of
fice of attorney general.
Trust busters' and others seeking
national fame are eager for her honor.
Among the aspirants for the nomina
tion are Harry Dungan of Hastings,
W. W. Wilson of Nebraska City, "Ed"
Falloon of Falls City, II. I). Travis of
Plattsmouth, C. E. Gilbert of York
and A. S. Tibbets, of Lincoln.
Estimate of Expenses.
The following Is an estimate of ex
pense for running Cass county for the
Court house expense $b ooo
Commissioners, salary ... :t OHO
County Sup't, salary 1 500
Assess nir county, r.ttx mu
Making tax list 1 Ooo
Books, blanks, stationery 2 ooo
Election expenses 1 500
Fuel 2 50"
Jail and lailor's fees 1 MO
Pauper expense, poor farm. ... 4 ooo
Clerk, salary 400
County Attorney 1 000
Tlnada 2- 000
Incidentals... W 000
Soldier's Relief 1 000
rVinrt. PrnptlSP 5 000
Vw W w .. J- -
Only Dexacratis Chief Executive of Which
Nebraska Could Ever Boast.
Former Governor James K. Boyd
died at his residence in Omaha Mon
day afternoon. The end came calmly
and without pain after a long struggle j
for life. At the bedside were the gov- j
crnors three children Mrs-Bierbower. !
Mrs. D. O. Clark and James Boyd of
St. Louis. His brother, 'Ihomas i.
Boyd of Sioux City, who was w ith him
up to Suuday, had left for his home In
Arrangemeuts for the funeral have
not been announced.
Governor Boyd had been In poor
health peculiar to old age for over a
year. For months his life had been
dispaired of. He took a trip to Texas
In January lu the hopo of regaining
strength.but returned to Omaha a lit
tle while ago worse than when he left.
Since that time he had been closely
confined to his home and bed. His
death had been momentarily expected
since Sunday evening.
James E. Boyd was born In county
Tyrone, Ireland, September !,KI4. In
1844 he came to America with his par
ents who settled upon a farm In Bel
mont county, Ohio. Later the father
was employed In a mill at .anesville.
When he was fourteen years old the
boy worked in a grocery store, later
entering a carpenter shop and learn
ing the trade. With his brother.John
M. Boyd, lie came west in 1S5H, stop
ping first at DesMolnes, where they
worked as carpenters.
In August of that year they arrived
in Omaha. They engaged In contract
ing and building, erecting the first
court house in Douglas county anil
several other public buildings. In 1857
ames E. Boyd was elected county
clerk but resigned the office soon after
ward on account of business engage
ments. The following year he married
Anna II. Henry and they took up a
farm in Buffalo county, where they
ivednlne years. Boyd opened a gen
eral store at Gibbon and another at
Kearney and tiled large contracts for
hay and grain for the government at
Fort Kearney. Later lie secured ex
tensive grading contracts from the
,'nion Pacific Ballroad company which
roved profitable. In His lie moved
lis family lack to Omaha where he
hassince resided. He was twice elected
major of Omaha and in H.m) was clios-
n governor of Nebraska, the only
democrat ever honored by the people
of this state. His Induction Into ofllcc
was contested Ly the Incumbent, Gov
ernor John M. Thayer, whose death
occurred but a few days ago.
Governor Thayer refused to give up
the executive office and dovernor
Boyd established himself in other
rooms, the two governments being
carried on for a week or longer. The
claim of Thayer and the republicans
was that Boyd had not been regularly
naturalized. This claim was sustained
by the state supreme court In May
lS'.H) and Boyd surrendered the office
to Thayer, but In Februaey 1S!)2, the
United States supreme court reversed
the decision and Governor Boyd was
reinstated In the office.
Governor Boyd was for many years
a leader of his party and In ls2 was
a delegate to the national convention
which nominated Cleveland for the
third time. He was offered the nomi
nation for vice president, but his for
ign birth made him Ineligible.
James E. Boyd established the first
Dork nacklng ulant in Omaha. Later
he engaged in various business enter
Drises of considerable magnitude. He
retired from active business In l!2.
Unite! In Marriage at 7:33 Last Night.
Total $10.1 700
Filed ;.: z
-Have you pains in the back, inliam
matlotiof any kind, rheumatism, faint
Ing spells, Indigestion or constipation,
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea makes
you well, keeps you well. .r cents.
Gerlng k Co.
It Is Dangerous to Neglect a Cold,
now often do we hear it remarked
"It's only a cold," and a few dayslater
learn that the man is on his back with
nneumonia. This Is of such common
occurrence that a cold, however slight
should not be disregarded. Chamber
Iain's Cough Remedy counteracts any
tendency of a cold to result In pneu
monla, and has gained Its great popu
larity and extensive sale by Its prompt
cures of this most common aliment
it alwavs cures and is pleasant to take
'- " l" I For sale by F. G. Fricke & Co., and A
The ri M ,mei i f Mr. and Mrs. G. . I
Osborn:e,tU scene of pretty wedding
Tuesday night, when their daugh
ter. Miss I. mii.se, was united in mar
riage with Mr. Albert Dutton. The
guests were hospitably received at the
door by Mss Lucy Arnold and ushered
to the coy rooms beautifully decorat
ed with palms, ferns and other potted
plants. After the singing of a beauti
ful selection by Miss Estella Baird.thc
bride accompanied by the bridesmaid,
Miss Frances Mitchell and the maid
of honor, Miss Caroline Baird. came
forth, while the groom and his best
man, Mr. Glen Phebus, advanced
through the aisle of smilax, which the
little Misses Sayles carried, and amid
the gathering of about fifty near rela
tives and friends the young couple
were Joined In happy union by Rev. J.
H. Salsbury. The wedding march was
played by Miss Olive Gass, and after
the ceremony delicious refreshments
were served by Mesdames McCauley,
Owen, Rawls, and Misses Ada Mann,
Alma Larson and Addle Searl. The
young couple were the recipients of
many beautiful as well as useful pres
ents. The groom, who was reared to man
hood In his city, is a capable and In
dustrious young man, and has a host
of friends who will congratulate him
upon securing such a worthy young
lady for his w ife.
They departed last night on the
10:1 H train for South Omaha, where
the'grooui has a position with Swift ,t
Co., and where they will be at home
to their many friends.
Tho out of town guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Long, the latter a sister of
bride, and Miss Frances Mitchell, of
Omaha. and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Davis,
i Mrs. Sylvester Johnson Dead.
! The news reached Louisville thin
1 morning of the death of Mrs. Sylvester
.Johnson, an old resident of t'ass
'county. Mrs. Johnson was a sutTeier
I front asthma, and three ui"iiths ago
went to California in the hopes of
gaining relief. She was in Sao
Franclscothrough the eai thqwake and
the disastrous conilagratlon which
followed, all of which she survived and
had stalled back home. She stopped
hi Denver to visit some friends and
there It Is supposed she died from the
disease of which she had been so long
aflilcted, but t lie telephone message
did not state.
The deceased w as 75 years of age and
had been a resident of Cass county for
many years. It is not known as
whether the remains will be brought
to Louisville for Interment or will be
laid away In Denver. She died about
12 o'clock last night and while badly
afflicted with asthma the sad Intel
ligence of her demise came as a sur
prise to her relatives and friends.
She was well known hit lie west part
of the county.
GLAD TIDINGS OF GREAT JOY
Fanjer's Department Stare In Mail ta
A SPECIAL DISCOUNT WILL BE GIVEN
Proprietor In a Maait to Head Talk
Witli Public. Offers Some Timely
Sutfitestioiis to Prospective Pur
chasers - Farmer Fiiende Included.
All kinds of rnt;it '''VreblV
(It W yiirs Bxp-rlence. Prlcen re.i!uoois.
Tll.KFHONt No. I on 47
Free for-AII Fight.
The Journal Is Informed that a free-for-all
tight occurred In Louisville
Saturday afternoon, but outside of a
few black eyes and bloody noses no
serious harm was done. We are also
Informed that two of tho men who
were Instrumental In raising the row
at Cedar Creek one week ago last Sat
urday night, were In the fracas, and
while one of them was getting neatly
"done up" the other made for tall
timber to save his hide.
If you have a stove to store call up
No. 2:W-Asmlssen & Loucks.
Junkin Law Has Joker.
The suit filed by Attorney General
Brown Wednesday afternwm of last
week In the supreme court against the
alleged lumber trust has called atten
tion to a section of the Junkin anti
trust act, enacted by the last legisla
ture, which seems to have been over
looked even while the bill was under
consideration, says the Lincoln News.
The section reads as follows:
"Section 2-Monopoly Penalty
That every person who shall monopo
lize or attempt to monopolize or com
bine or conspire with any person or
persons to monopolize any part of the
trade or commerce within this state
shall be deemed guilty of a misdemean
or and on conviction thereof shall be
punished by a fine not exceeding
ooo, or by Imprisonment not exceeding
one year, or by both, said punishment
In the discretion of the court."
The fact that the law makes it a
misdemeanor merely to attempt to
control prices seems to make the case
of the attorney general much easier
than If he had to prove that the lum
ber dealers did combine and did con
In an interview given last summer a
prominent lumber dealer said the big
dealers in Omaha had combined and
he believed they owned the company
which bid on varlousbills of lumber In
the small towns of the state. This
company, he claimed, was used to
whip the little dealers Into lino. He
based his assertion on an experience
he had with the big dealers. He said
the small concern had bid on lumber
bills In his town and when lie com
plained to the big dealers they fixed it
Three Brothers Visit Plattsmouth.
The three Foster brothers, all old
residents of Liberty precinct, Cass
county, came up from 1'nion Tuesday
ing, and are here today on a matter of
business. This Is the first time the
three brothers have been away from
home together in many years, and dur
ing their call at the Journal office, we
took the opportunity of ascertaining
their aes, as follows: Nathan D.,
aged 7s, was bom in Washington coun
ty, Illinois: Keuben, aged Hi, was born
in Fayette county, Illinois, and D. V.,
aged 72, was also born in Washington
county, and same state. They are now
prominent and highly respected citi
zens of Cass county, and no better peo
ple reside on the face of the earth.
We take considerable pleasure in con
versing with them because they for
several years resided In Madison counj
ty, Ohio the birth place of the writer
and because they are among the best
people In Cass county and polished
Deaths from Appendicitis.
Decrease in the same ratio that the
use of Dr. King's new Life Pills In
creases. They save you from danger
and bring quick and painless release
from constipation and the ills growing
out of it. Strength and vigor always
follow their use. Guaranteed by F,
(i. Fricke & Co.. druggist 2.7c. Try
Two Suspects Nabbed.
Two suspicious looking strangers
were taken In tow by the sheriif and
chief of police this mornlngand placed
in jail for further reference should
they prove to he the parties wanted at
Omaha for brutally assaultlnga woman
there on Sunday. The two boarders
are very reticent, and nothing can be
obtained as to their past life, except
that they hail from Omaha. When
questioned by the chief of police, they
gave the names of Charles Seapeskic
and Joe Bemoski.
Soiatloa Cured After Twenty Yeais of
For more than twenty years Mr. J.
B.Massey, of r.22 Clinton St., Minne
apolis, Minn., was tortured by sciatica.
The pain and suffering which he en
dured during this t line Is beyond com
prehension. Nothing gave him any
permanent relief until he used Cham
berlain's Pain Balm. One application
of that liniment relieved the pain and
made sleep and rest possible, and less
than one bottle has effected a perina
ncntcure. If troubled with sciatica
or rheumatism why not try a 2'cent
bottle of Pain Balm and see for your
self how quickly It relieves the pain.
For sale by F. G. Fricke X Co. and
A. T. Fried.
Wants to Tellthe Truth.
Mr. Louis Minarlk, business man of
Curtis Bay, Ind., wrote us the follow
Ing letter which we gladly submit to
our readers: "My family often pressed
me to write to you and I have resolved
to tell you the truth about myself,
For three years 1 was sickly, pale and
weak in fact, never felt well and at
last was compelled to go to a hospital
and to use all Kinds of medicines. My
condition not Improving I began to
use Triner's American F.lixlrof Bitter
Wine and was greatly surprised notic-
ng the quick clfect of iton my system.
My health returned and I wisli to say
that this remedy will always be In my
household. I recommend It to my
friends because it will keep them In
health and strength." This Is true.
No remedy will do It In a more pleas
ant and a more effective way. It will
bring the tired digestive system to the
natural activity and will glvcsfrength
to tho whole body. Every family
should use It as soon as loss of appe
tite, tired feeling, nervousness,
malaise, paleness Is noticed, In fact,
always when you do not feel well. At
drugstores. Jos. Trlner, 7!t:i So. Ash
land Ave., Chicago, 111.
Seldom do you see such a showing of
dainty, pretty Hats at is shown by this
popular Department Store. It Is now
one of the most busy departments In
this big store. You will find the most
exquisite patterns and styles of New,
I'p to-Date Hats here. A full showing
of the popular, nobby-trimmed Sailor
Hats In all the new shades-ready-to-wear
Hats and fancy trimmed Hats-
evening and special occasion Hats. A
large and beautiful line of Infants' ami
Children's Bonnets, Children's and
Misses' Trimmed Hats. We believe
we can save you money. All we ask Is
a chance to show you.
Wooltei Jackets and Coats.
Finding ourselves heavily overstock
ed we will give a special discount fora
short time on our ent ire line of New
Spring Jackets and Coals. These gar
mentf are made by the Wooltex people
from the purest and best materlalsand
In all the new cuts and styles. If you
want to take advantage of this offer,
you must do so soon.
A Word About our New Clothing De
partment Just Opened.
Spring buying Is now on in earnest.
The custom made character of our Suits
for gentlemen Is constantly gaining for
them the approval of the general pub
lic. We also pay special attention to
the boys, In fact, we can tlx 'em all
out from head to fool. So, if It Is a
Suit, Hat, Shoes, Tie, Collar, or any
thing In the men's furnishing goods
line, be sore to come iu and get prices
before you buy.
No. lis Main St., Plattsmoutli.Neb.
To My Fanner Friends:
we give millinery, cloaks, si
War Against Consumption.
All nations are endeavoring to check
the ravages of consumption, the
"white plague" that claims so many
victims each year. Foley's Honey and
Tar cures coughs and colds perfectly
and you are in no danger of consump
t Ion. Do not risk you health by tak
ing some unknown preparation when
Foley's Honey and Tar Is safe and cer
tain In results. Ask for Foley's Honey
and Tar and Insist upon having it
Sold by F. G. Fricke Si Co.
HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY
Best for Women and Children.
On account of Its mild action and
pleasant taste Orlno Laxative Fruit
Syrup Is especially recommended for
women and children. It docs not
nauseate or gripe like pills and ordi
nary cathartics. Orlno Laxative Fruit
Syrup aids digestion and stimulates
the liver rod bowels wltbour Irritating
them. Remember the name Orlno
and refuse substitutes.
A Mountain of Gold.
Could Dot bring as much happiness
to Mrs. Lucia Wllke of Caroline, Wis.,
as did one 25c box of Bucklcn's Arnica
Salve, when It completely cured a run
ning sore on her leg, which had tortur
ed her twenty-three long years. Great
est antiseptic healer of Piles, wounds
and sores. 2."e at F. G. Fricke & Go's
from prized Orpington
chickens. Several mat
ings of this years' eggs
PRICES REASONABLE t
The Journal lias just completed ar
rangements by which we are enabled
to furnish the Daily Journal for three
months or the Weekly Journal for one
year and a large 400 page elegantly
bound volume, giving full and complete
particulars of the great San Francisco
horror for ll.tt). The Ixiok contains
a large number of illustrations, and
the subscription price of the book
alone Is from $1.50 to $2.00, the differ
ance being made In the binding.
Mr. Kirk Bates will visit the resl
dence portion of the city, and solicit
suliscriptlons for this important work
and you can have your choice of eithe
binding at the additional price. This
is the first book Issued giving a full ac
count of the terrible calamity at Sa
Francisco, which also contains a hi:
tory and numerous photographic view
of the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius. The
books will be ready for delivery Inside
of the next t wo weeks. No home can
afford to be without this very inter
esting and important work. F.vcry
mem)cr of the family will desire to
read It. Don't wait, hut subscribe
A torpid, inactive liver can pro
duce more bodily ills than almost any
thing else. It Is good to clean the sys
tern out occasionally. Stir the liver
up, and get Into shape generally. The
best results are derived from the use
of DeWltt's Little Early Blsers. Re
liable, effective, pleasant pills with a
reputation. Never gripe. Sold by F.
O. Fricke & Co., and Gerlng A Co.
ts, dry goods, cloth I in.', sl oes, gro
ceries, or anything sold In my great
epart incut stoic, in exchange for
ountry prodix . m. i amiki:.
Was Wasting Away.
1 had been troubled with kidney
disease for the last live years," writes
Robert R. Watts, of Salem, Mo. "1
lost llcsh and never felt well and doc
tored with the leading physicians and
tried all remedies suggested without
relief. Finally I tried Foley's Kidney
Cure and less than two bottles com
pletely curjd me and I am irw sound
and well." During the summer kid
ney Irregularities are often caused by
excessive drinking or being overheat
ed. Attend to tho kidneys at once by
using Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold by
1'. G. Fricke k Co., and A. T. Fried.
Not a thing harmful In One Min
ute Cough Cure, but It relieves a cough
pilckly, cuts the phlegm. Healing and
soothing. Sold by F. G. Fricke t Co.,
and Gerlng & Co.
Funeral of I.N. Gochenour.
The last sad services were held over
the remains of the late Isaac N.
Gochenour from the family residence
on the island four miles south of this
city yesterday afternoon. Many friends
of the family were present to witness
the last beautiful honors tothe memory
of the soldier who so faithfully served
his country in the time of need, and
who has gone to a world free from
cares and sorrows. The sermon was
delivered by Rev. I). A. Yout.y who
Impressed his audience with pathetic
references to the life of the deceased.
The music was furnished by a choir
selected from the singers of Platts
mouth. At the close of the ceremonies the
remains were conveyed to the Horn
ing cemetery for Interment.
For a painful burn there Is noth
ing like DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve.
There are a host of imitations of De
Wltt's Witch Hazel Salve on the mar
ketsee that you get the genuine.
Ask for DeWltt's. Good, too, for sun
burn, cuts, bruises, and especially re
commended for piles. The name F..
C. DeWitt k Co., Chicago, is on every
box. Sold by F. G. Fricke k Co., and
It is possible to obtain relief from
chronic Indigestion and dyspepsia by
the use of Kodol for Dyspepsia. Some
of the most hopeless cases of long
standing have yielded to it. It enables
vou to digest the food you cat and ex
ercises a corrective lntluencc, building
up the efficiency of the digestive or
gans. The stomach Is the boiler where
in tho steam Is mado that keep up
your vitality, health and strength.
Kodol digests what j.ou cat. Makes
the stomach sweet-puts tho boiler In
condition to do the work nature de
mannds of It-gives you relief from
digestive disorders, and puts you in
shape to do your best, and feel your
best. Sold by F. O. Fricke k Co., and
Gerlng k Co.
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