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Prevents Hair Fulling Out , Remove ?
Dandruff , Stops Itching and re
stores Luxniient Growth to
Shining- Scalps , Eyebrows
' nnd Eyelashes.
People who need more hair , or are anxious to
cave what they have , or from sickness , daudrul !
or other causes have lost their hair should at
once send their name and address to the Alteu-
lielm Medical Dispensary , 227 Btitterlleld Build-
Inc. Cincinnati , Ohio , and they will forward nre-
paid , by mall , a sutllclent free trial package of
their remedy to fully prove Its remarkable action
In quickly removInR all trace of dandruff and
scalp diseases and forcing a new growth of hair.
it also quickly restores preinaturo gray hair to
natural color , produces lustrous eyebrows and
i'jioi remedy has cured thousands and uo one
need fear that It Is harmful.
\VrIte today for a free trial pnckago. Jt will be
mailed securely scaled In a plain wrai r so that
It may be tried privately at home.
Miss Emoud was totally bald , tlio h2r follicles
not only upon her head , but upon her eyebrows ,
being completely coutracted , not the/ sign of a
MISS EMMA EMOND.
hair being found. Of course she was the object
of many experiments , all of which failed , anil
the offer of a well known dispensary to sind a
free trial of their remedy was peculiarly allurine
to her. She sent for the free trial , followed all
directions faithfully , and soon she was rewarded
by a growth of hair which for thickness , quality
aud luxuriance was as remarkable as the resul !
was gratifying. Miss Emoud lives hi Salem ,
Mass. . at v:7G Washington St. . and naturally feels
very much elated to recover from total baldness.
Holding All the Jobs.
A 'canvasser for a religious publica
tion entered the yard of a residence in
the southern portion of the city a few
days ago. A small wagon in the yard
and several war whoops from the rear
of the house announced that the fam
ily was not out of the city for the sum
mer. A pull at the front door bell
torought no response , so he went
around to the side porch , where he
found a small boy with his face
smeared with jam making a pyramid
with lumps of loaf sugar.
"Any one at homeV" asked the can
"No one else ? "
"Nop. Pap went to the store an' left
me wif marmer. Marnier went up Z9
street an' left me wif nurse. Nurse's
aunt died an' she left me wif ze cook.
Cook just runned up ze alley to see her
frenz an' I'se got everyfiug to see after ,
an' if s all right. "
The canvasser felt that the sunshine
of his paper was not needed in that
family and he went his way. Louis
C WITH A TAIL !
Every One Has Noticed the New
C" in Town.
it Has Come to Stay with Us Forever Health
Follows in It5 Trail A Welcome
Awaits It Everywhere.
Not to long ago everybody's curiosity was
aroused by the appearance in town of r
ew "C. "
It looks like this :
The queer 4 < C with a Tall" has made Its
way all over the United States , nnd here aa
everywhere It promptly Jumped Into popu
Because the "C with a Tail" la a comet of
health followed hy a coma of happiness and
Jov. It has come to stay with us and radl-
at'e Its benefits In all directions.
The new "C" Is part of the trade-mark of
Cascarets Candy Cathartic , the Ideal laxa
tive and guaranteed constipation cure.
They make the liver lively , tone up the
Iwwels , purify the blood , brace the brain ,
put everything right as It should be.
Buy and try Cascarets to-day. It's what
they do , not what we say they'll do , that
proves their merit. All drugzists , lOc , 25c ,
or 50c. or mailed for price. Send for book
let and free sample. Address Sterling Rem
edy Co. , Chicago ; Montreal , Can. ; or New
This Is the CASCARBT tablet.
Every tablet of the only genuine
Cascaret bears the inaeic letters
"CCC. " Look at the tablet before
you buy , and beware of frauds ,
Imitations and substitutes.
ONE OF OUR
buy this elegsnt
Made of black curly
boucle. all lined , in
cluding sleeves , with
double-breasted , storm
collar , eight horn but
Our handsome Illus
trated Fashion Cata
to any address.
Boston Store ,
State and Madison Streets.
Chicago , HI.
, C08fcS WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS.
CcsiCoasnSyrnp. Tastes Good. Uco
STATE OE NEBRASKA
NEWS OF THE WEEK IN A CON
The Supreme Court Adjourns After
Handing' Down a Iiarce Number-oi
Important Decisions Unknown
Man Found Dead at Plattsmouth.
The supreme court adjourned Oct. 5 and
lianded down opinions in twenty-one cases.
The following cases were reversed and re
F. C. Fiske against Lincoln School Dis
trict , George II. Downing against A. F.
Lewis , First National Bank of Chadrpn
against Kate Tootle , Fannie Bowman , ad
ministratrix , against City of Omaha ,
Ilaines Meyer against John R. Smith , Al
fred R.Dufrene againstDavid D. Smeaton ,
Minnie Zimmennann against 1'hillip
Jlimmermann , National Bank of Com
merce against Thomas Bryden , Paul
F. Clark against Missouri , .Kansas and
Texas Trust Company , Jjolm W. Swords
against George II. Moss , Milton B. Whit
ney against .Sallie 11. Howe , Charles Shiv-
erick against R. .1. dunning.
The following cases were affirmed :
Ferdinand Vanhousen against Herman
Brochl , Ilaines Meyers against .John It.
Smith , Charles T. Jenkins against State of
Nebraska , Nebraska National Bank against
Grctna [ State Bank , First National Bank
of Plattsmouth against Simeon Re'ctor ,
Council Bluffs Savings Bank against Lizzie
M. Smith , Norfolk Beet Sugar Company
against Edmund Paulsen.
In the case of B. .1. Studervant against
Bonn Sasli and Door Company the judg
ment of the lower court allowing interest
is reversed , but otherwise affirmed.
HEAD SEVERED FROM BODY.
An Unknown Man Found Dead at
A switchman found the body of an un
known man on the track a short distance
north of the B. & M. depot at Plattsmouth
the other morning. Near by was found
the head , which had been severed at the
neck. There was a deep wound in the
forehead about two inches long and one on
the back of his head , either of which would
have caused death. His hair was cut
short ; he is about 25 years of age and
wore a blue-black coat and vest , a pair of
blue overalls , well worn , a good suit of
underwear , a pair of heavy socks and
shoes and a black stiff hat , comparatively
new. There were no papers to identify
the unfortunate victim , but $23.85 was
found on his person. Doubtless he was at
tempting to board or alight from a train
and , falling , met his death. Other facts
leading to his identity may be brought out
by the inquest.
BORROWING TO BUY CATTLE
Why Osceola's 3Iortgage Record Is
Showing an Increased Debt.
At this season of the year there is usu
ally an increase in the mortgage indebted
ness of Polk County on account of the large
number of cattle that are bought and
shipped in to feed on the surplus corn , and
the last month is not an exception , as
shown by the records. There were sixteen
farm mortgages filed , amounting to $20-
708.85 ; thirty-one released , amounting to
? 3'JG27.50 ; city mortgages filed , $2,350 ; city
mortgages released , $8,800 ; chattel mort
gages filed. $05,808.20 ; chattel mortgages
released , $17,381.05 , making an increased
indebtedness of $34,057.90.
Child a Victim of Matches.
Stanley Livingston , 3 years old , a son of
Duncan Livingston of Fremont , in some
way obtained matches. lie went out into
the yard with them and tried to light some
rubbish and his dress caught fire. Mrs.
Fisher , an invalid living in the next house ,
heard him scream and saw his clothes
ablaze and called to a man working near
by , who put out the flames , but not until
all the child's clothes , except the belt
around the waist , ha'il been burned. The
child died a few hours later.
"Work on Hartville Extension.
The laying of rails on the new southern
extension of the Burlington has reached a
point about twenty miles from Alliance
and is at a standstill because of the great
rock cut down the valley on Indian Creek ,
which will not be completed till Oct. 25 ,
when track laying will go forward with
out interruption to Hartville , Wyo.
Farmers Sowing More Rye.
The area of fall wheat in the vicinity of
Farnham will be much less this fall than
last year and more rye will he sown , it
being regarded as a surer crop. Corn
harvesting has begun and a fair yield is
reported. All the old corn held for two or
three years has been shelled and shipped.
Hurt Working in a Well.
Fred Krouse oE Tecumseh was working
at the bottom of a well , the workmen
above were letting down material , when a
small piece of oak plank fell out of the
bucket and struck Mr. Krouse on the head.
A severe gash was inllicted.
Death in a Collision at Seneca.
A head end collision occurred between
two freight trains on the Burlington at
Seneca , killing Fireman Hamlin , fatally
injuring Engineer McNeff and seriously
injuring Engineer Peterson of Alliance.
The engine and several cars were demol
Hurt in a Thresher Wreck.
John Neu , son of Fred Neu , a wealthy
fanner living near Berlin , was seriously ,
possibly fatally , injured by a bridge giving
away under a traction engine , which was
precipitated to the bottom of the creek and
liiin Over by a Disc Harrow.
Fred Durst , a 16-year-old boy wno re
sides with his parents near Tecumseh , lost
two toes off his left foot recently by hav
ing the member run over by a disc harrow.
Thomas Bottorn ? Dies in Jail.
Thomas BottoriT , who was convicted last
week of assault on the 10-3-ear-old child of
Mitt Allen at Blair , died , in the county jail.
There is strong suspicion of suicide.
All the Watson Counts Stand.
In the case of the state against John C.
Watson , at Nebraska City , charged with
forgery , the defense filed a motion to strike
four counts from the indictment , but after
three or four hours of argument the judge
overruled the motion.
Harry Foil Arrested at Columbus
Chief of Police August Schaak arrested
Harry Fen , a Jew , in the Union Pacific
yards at Columbus on a telegram from the
authorities at North Platte'that lie was
wanted in Lincoln County for grand lar-
ASSIGNED TO PASTORATES.
Ministers Appointed to Charges Over
Which They Will Preside.
The following arc the assignments made
by the JSorth Nebraska Methodists at their
eighteenth annual conference in Omaha :
Omaha District J.'W. Jcnnins , presid
ing elder , Omaha : Arlington , C. M. Couf-
fer ; Blair , G. W. Corey ; Craig , W. L.
Elliott ; Elkhorn , E. T. Antrim ; Fremont ,
F. H. Sanderson ; Herman , It. J. Cocking ;
HooperB.B.Kiester"KennardJ. ; Charles ;
Oakland , E. E. Shafer.
Omaha City Missions Monmouth Park.
Southwest , West Omaha , G. A. Luce ; First
Church , M. W. Chase ; Hanscotn Park , C.
C. Cissel ; Seward Street , A. C. Welch ;
South Tenth Street , C. O. Larrison : Trin
ity , H. II. Millard ; Walnut Hill , C. N.
Dawson ; South Omaha , J. A. Johnson ;
Tekamah and Arizona , J. F. Poucher ;
Valley , 0. Eggleston.
Charges to Be Supplied Albright , Ben
son , Nickerson , Papillion and Rfchlield ,
J. W. Shenk , editor Omaha Christian
Advocate , member Hanscom Park quar
terly conference ; O. J. Nave , postcljaplain
U. S. A- , member First Church , quarterly
conference ; H. L. Powers , conference
evangelist , member of Hanscom Park ,
quarterly conference ; D. W. McGregor ,
conference evangelist , men.lnr Trinity ,
quarterly conference ; D. C. Winsliip , mis
sionary in Colorado ; J. A. lihoades , mis
sionary in Montana ; F. W. Bross , mis-
sionarv in Wvoming.
Grand Island District D. K. Tindnll ,
presiding elder , Grand Island ; Alda , E. D.
King ; Archer , II. F. Shacklock ; Belgrade ,
L. It. DeWolf ; Cedar Ilapids , 11. C. Mc-
Keynolds ; Central City , T. C. Webster ;
Chapman , J. W. Hobinson ; Claries , 11. E.
Neal ; Columbus , J. P. Yost ; Fullerton , A.
L. Mickel ; Grand Island First Church ,
H. A. Barton ; Trinity , Alfred Ilodgelts ;
Genoa , J. Crews ; Greuley , R..7. McKenzie ;
North Bend , II. Trezona ; Purple Cane , A.
L. Kellogg ; St. Edwards , C. F. Hey wood ;
St. Paul , L. Campbell ; Schuyler , J. M.
Bothwell ; Scotia , W. Ik. Peters ; .silver
Creek , W. D. Stambaugh ; Walbach , J. S.
Green ; Wood lliver , It. H. Gammon.
Charges to BcSupplied Bartlctt , Boelus.
Glenwood , Mapleville , Richlaml.
J. B. Cams , superintendent Anti-Saloon
League , member Trinity , Grand Island
quarterly conference ; E. E. Day and W.
W. Shenk , members Trinity , Grand Island ,
quarterly conference left without appoint
ment to attend some one of our schools ;
E. D. Snyder , member of Central City ,
quarterly conference , agent for promoting
Neligh District Win. Gorst , presiding
elder , Neligh ; Albion , J. B. Priest ; Battle
Creek , E. W. Wilcox : Battle circuit , D. E.
Baldwin ; Boone , II. A. Chappell ; Clearwater -
water , A. E. Fowler ; Creighton , A. J.
3Iarkley ; Elgin , J. N. Gortner ; Emerick.
W. II. Phelps ; Ewing , G. W. Kliver ;
Meadow Grove , E. E. Hunt ; Neligh , E. T.
George ; ' Newman Grove , A. Bishop ;
O'Neill , E. G. Ilutchinson ; Osmond , A. J.
Warne ; Page , E. W. Wilcox : Pierce , J. G.
Shick ; Plainview , E. E. Ilosman ; Plain-
view circuit , N. E. Wood ; Savage , E. D.
Griswold ; Tilden , W. A. Iloininger.
Norfolk District : F. M.Sisson , presiding
elder , Norfolk. Allen , II. N. Throckmor-
ton ; Bancroft , J. Q. A. Fleharty ; Beemer ,
F. A. High ; Bloomfield , W. J. Brient ;
Carrell , C. W. Davidson ; Coleridge and
llartington , C. P. Cheeseman ; Decatur ,
L. K. McNeil ; Dakota City. F. M. Clark ;
Humphrey and Piatte Center , II. II. St.
Louis ; Laurel. J. H. Frazer ; Lyons , A. L.
Hray ; Madison , J. E. Fowler ; Norfolk , G.
II. Main ; Pender , C. M. Griffith ; PiJger ,
C. F. Knise ; Randolph , William Espliu ;
Scribner , Willian Shambaugh ; Stanton ,
D. Marquette ; Wakefield , J. II. Johnson ;
Wausa , W. H. Carter : Wayne , T. Bithel ;
West Point , supplied ; Winside , C. P.
Mueller ; Wisner , J. L. Phillips.
Charges to Be Supplied : Chambers , In-
man , Loretta , Lynch , Niobrara , Oakdale ,
Paddock , Spencer and Highland.
II. G. Kemp , G. W. Shick , members of
Neligh quarterly conference , left without
appointment to attend some one of our
Charges to Be Supplied Emerson ,
Homer , Hoskins , Leigh and Creston , Ponca ,
St. James , South Sioux City , West Point !
W. K. Gray , member Dakota City quar
terly conference , left without appointment
to attend one of our schools.
Tramp Thief Arrested.
Chief of Police Overmeir found that
several of Kearney's small boys had new
$1.50 knives , bought from a tramp at 25
cents each , and concluded to investigate.
The tramp was arrested and a thorough
search revealed forty knives and two re
volvers. The tramp had just been lodged
in a cell when Chief Overmier received a
telegram from North Piatte stating that a
hardware store had been robbed the night
before and. asking him to keep his eye
open for the thief.
Nebraska Short Notes.
William Madgett has opened a new bank
atliolstein , starting with a capital of $10-
Charles E. Schaffer , a train hand , fell
from the cars at Johnstown last week and
four cars passed over him , cutting his body
Lexington's street fair ended with a fine
display of fire works , throwing of confetti ,
cake walk , etc.
Ground will be broke this week for
Norfolk's new theater.
Adams County will have an exhibit at
the Paris exposition. A large box contain
ing samples of wheat , oats , corn , barley ,
rye and other grains has been forwarded
to Washington for shipment to the exposi
J. Knollin & Co. have a large force of
men at worlat Norfolk building a winter
sheep ranch for 10.000 head of sheep.
About twenty new residences and a new
dormitory 'iave been built on the college
section noithwest of Central City by the
Three . ' .pans of horses stolen near Cen
tral City recently have been recovered at
O'Neill , where they had been sold. The
The i/ublic schools at Hastings are so
crowded > hat a new buiklingis a iecessity.
The NorMi Piatte creamery has resumed
Land owners in the vicinity of West
Point are being besieged for the rental of
farms for the Doming year.
The Elkhorn road ] s-builfing , a new
depot at Hooper. ? '
Norfolk Catholics will soon start work
on a $10,000 church.
Work has been commenced on the new
2lectric light plant at Holdredge.
The Dundy County cattle men will meet
on the 14th to form a county organization.
The Plainview poslofllce has been raised
from a fourth class to a presidential office
jf the third class.
The Fremont Creamery Company has
leased and will operate the Calfaway
" What's in a Name ? "
Everything , when you come io medi
cines. cA sa.rsapa.nlla. by any other name
can nefoer equal Hood's , because of the
peculiar combination , proportion and pro
cess by which Hood's possesses merit
peculiar to ftself and by which it cures
when all other medicines fail. Cures
scrofula. , salt rheum , dyspepsia , catarrh ,
rheumatism , that tired feeling , etc.
W. L ,
Worth § 4 to $6 compared wiih
Indorsed by over
ALL LEATHERS. ALL STYLES
THE GESCIXE bate W. L. Uoaila , '
name and price itampcd on bottom.
Take no substitute claimed
to be as good. Largest makers
of * 3 and S3.50 shoes In the
world. Your dualershouldkeep
them If not. we will send you
apalron recelptof price. State
kind or leather , size and width , plain or cap toe.
Catalogue 13 Free. .
W. L. DOUGLAS SHOE CO. . Brockton , Mass.
ELY'S CREAM BALM
It is placed into the nostril ? ,
spreads over thr membrane
and IB absorbed , * .ncm. . .o'im-
mediate. It is not drying , does
not produce sneezing.
Druggists , CO cts. or by mail.
ELY EROS.,56 Warren St. . XY.
Cures ! lU diseases without medi-
Cje Guarantees a paying busl-
IJ r fl I I fil P ness- Makes you healthy and
K L A LI H U liapi.y. To learn dow to do It. ad
dress KEY. , J. AY. Kiniincl , Leavemvorth , Kau
You deny yourself pleasure and
comfort if you don't use it.
Get Your Pension
V7its Cast. O'FABEELL. Pension Agent. Washington. D.C.
The First Congress.
The first woman's congress on rec
ord was held in Seneca Falls , N. Y. , in
1848. Elizabeth Cady Stantoa was
present at the meeting.
SWANSON'S " 5 DROPS" is the sun
of the sick room. It has saved the pub
lic , in less than live years , more money
than the national debt of this country ,
when you measure the value of health re
stored , suffering humanity relieved of its
agonies and diseases. Money which oth
erwise would have been expended in fun
erals , doctors and drug bills , loss of labor ,
< > tc.
SWANSON'S " 5 DROPS" never fails
to cure. It has cured aud is curing mill-
ionso people afflicted with ACUTE and
CHRONIC RHEUMATISM , SCIAT
ICA , NEURALGIA , ASTHMA , LA
GRIPPE and CATARRH of all kinds.
" 5 DROPS" has never failed to cure
these diseases , when used as directed. It
will cure you. Try it. Price of large
tized bottle $1.00 , sent on receipt of price ,
charges prepaid ; 25-cent sample bottle
ic'n't free , on receipt of 10 cents to pay
lor mailing. Agents wanted. SWAN-
SON'S RHEUMATIC CURE COM-
-ANY , No. 164 Lake street , Chicago , 111.
Binks ( on the beach ) EujoyLng a
Spinks No ; taking a vacation. Phil
adelphia North American.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Brome Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refiuid the money if it fails to cure.
25c. E. W. Grove's signature is on each box.
United States Lust.
Germany publishes about 20,000
books a year , France 11,000. Italy 9,000 ,
England 0,000 , United States 5,000.
Hall's Catarrh Cure
Is taken internally. Price 75 cents.
It is a wise barber who never illus
trates his stories with cuts.
I believe my prompt use of Piso's Cure
prevented quick consumption. Mrs. Lu
cy Wallace , Marquette , Kan. , Dec. 12 , ' 95.
A captain in the navy ranks with a
colonel in the army.
Mrs. Wlnslow'H SOOTHING STBUP ror Children
teething : softens the gums , reduces inflammation ,
allays pain , cures wind colic. 25 cents a bottla.
Even the worm win turn perhaps
Into a butterfly.
Mrs. Baroard Thanks
MRS. PINKHAM FOR HEALTH. ' '
[ LETTER TO MRS. PINKJIAIT NO. 18,992 ]
" DEAB FIUEND I feel it my duty to
express ray gratitude and thanks to
you for what your medicine has done
for me. I was very miserable .and los
ing flesh very fast , had bladder trouble ,
fluttering1 pains about the heart and
would get so dizzy and suffered with
painful menstruation. I was reading1
in a paper about Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound , so I wrote to you
and after taking two bottles I felt like a
newperson. Your Vegetable Compound
has entirely cured me and I cannot
praise it enough. " MRS. J. O. BARNARD ,
MH.I/TOWN , WASHINGTON Co. , ME.
Iowa Woman's Convincing Statement.
"I tried three doctors , and the last
one said nothing but an operation
would help me. My trouble was pro
fuse flowing ; sometimes I would think
I would flow to death. I was so weak
that the least work would tire me.
Reading of so many being cured by
your medicine , I made up my mind to
write to you for advice , and I am so
glad that I did. I took Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound and Liver
Pills and followed your directions , and
am now well and strong. I shall recom
mend your medicine to all , for it saved
my life. " Mies A. P. , Box 21 ABBOTT ,
iFQTne Periodical'Monthly Eegulator norer
lLu. fallso mvlncoToursolf : write for frcobox.
YCSI Su.--AL CO. , Dta 75. fAiffi. .
"It's no use , " remarked Mr. Blyklns ,
as he looked at the thermometer.
"What's the trouble ? "
' "A man can't tell wbat to do. It's so
warm that I can't get along without a
fan , and if I fan myself sufficiently to
make any impression I'm sure to over
exert myself and get still warmer. "
CHFtlSTMAS PRESENTS FREE.
One of the Grandest Offers Ever Made.
The first five persons procuring the
Endless Ohaln Starch Book from their
grocer will each obtain one large lOc
package of "RED CROSS" starch , one
large lOc package of "HUBINGER'S
BEST" starch , two Sbakspeare pic
tures , printed in twelve beautiful col
ors , as natural as life , or one Twenti
eth Century Girl Calendar , the finest
of Its kind ever printed , all absolutely
free. All others procuring the Endless
Chain Starch Book will obtain from
their grocer two large lOc packages
of starch for oc , and the beautiful pre
miums , which are being given away.
This offer , is only made for a short
time to further introduce the famous
"RED CROSS" starch , and the cele
brated "HUBINGER'S BEST" cold
water starch. "RED CROSS" laundry
starch is something entirely new , and
is without doubt the greatest inven
tion of the twentieth century. It has
no equal , and surpasses all others. It
has won for Itself praise from all parts
of the United States. It has supersed
ed everything heretofore used , or
known to science In the laundry art.
It is made from wheat , rice and corn ,
and Is chemically prepared upon scien
tific principles by J. C. Hubinger , an
expert in the laundry profession , who
has had twenty-five years of practical
experience an fancy laundering , and
who Is the first successful and original
Inventor of all fine grades of starch in
the United Stales. If you would have
the best , ask for "RED CROSS" and
"HUBINGER'S BEST , " which are the
finest starches on the market to-day.
The jobbing houses all handle it , the
retail grocer has it on his shelves , you
find it in all the homes , while the care
ful housewife has adorned the walls
of the "house with the beautiful Shak-
speare pictures which are being given
away In Introducing "RED CROSS"
and "HUBINGER'S BEST" starch.
Fred And what do you think of my
argument , Will ?
Will Sound most certainly sound.
Fred And what else ?
Will Nothing else merely sound.
First-Class Suit of Clothes for$7.9O.
For those who are accustomed to send
ing away from home for their goods it
is of the greatest importance to know the
character and * reliability of the establish
ments selling goods to families from cat
alogues. The great emporium of the
John M. Smyth Co. , located at 150 to 166
West Madison street , Chicago , has been
established for a third of a century , and
has furnished over half a million homes
in Chicago and vicinity alone. This firm
enjoys the confldence of the public by its
many years of fair dealing. It issues an
immense illustrated catalogue that should
be in every family , as it describes and
gives the price of every article required
for household use. A sample of the ex
traordinary valuqs offered by this firm is
shown in the illustration of the gentle
men's suit of clothes at $7.90 in another
column of this paper. These suits are in
deed wonderful values , and yet they are
bui : a sample of the thousand and one
useful articles illustrated and described
in the beautiful catalogue of the John M.
A Diplomatic Doctor ,
"I wonder what makes Dr. Fitz Hlg-
gins so popular ? "
"Why , his patients always have all
the newest diseases. " Detroit Free
Look at your tongue 1 I fit's coated ,
your stomach is bad , your liver out of
order. Ayer's Pills will clean your
tongue , cure your dyspepsia , make
your liver right. Easy to take , easy
to operate. 25c. All druggists.
Want your moustache or beard a beautiful
Tirown or rich black ? Then use
BO CTS. Or DUCCHT . CH R. P. H l . A CO. H.
ACTS GENTLY ON THE
KIDNEYS , LIVER
PERMANENT ! * .
BV7 THE GENUINE - M ANT D By
f Oi SAU BY All DRUGGISTS PSlCt SCe. PW BCir.
WILL KEEP YOU DRY
Don't be fooled with a mackintosh
or rubber cot. If you want a coat
that will keep you dry In the hard
est storm buy the Fish Brand
Slicker. If not for sale in your
town. He for cataloeue to
A. J. TOWER. Boston , Mass.
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" Stock. Best Wages. Pay Weekly
THE JEWELL MIRSEHY CO. . L k. Utr. Ula- .
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ried. " Don't Refuse All Our
Advice to Use
JWEST MADISON erj
TO YOU IT COMMENDS ITSELF FROM AN ECONOMICAL STANDPOINT
Our No. 60. The illustration represents
a Business Suit of unusual merit , made
of strictly all wool AlmontTweed , which
has no superior for wear in medium
grade goods. It is made in single-
at a breasted four-button round-corner sack
Business Price. style coat with deep French facing , body
Not a. bargain suit , lined -with extra quality farmers satin ,
sleeves lined with fine quality fancy silesia -
a thoroughly sia : two outside pockets and ticket
first-class suit at a pocket : two inside breast pockets with
genuine bargain. Baps. The vest is made in the late fall
and winter style , high cnt , air buttons
by selling and collar , thoroughly well lined.
goods coupled with Trousers are cnt in the prevailing fashion.
lair and truthful The entire suit Is sewed with silk and
linen thread , cut and made in the best
dealing that we have possible manner known to the trade.
gained the confi The cloth is heavyweight , neat , atylish
dence of the people. brown check patterns , and to those who
" desire a suit of this cbaracterwe strongly
Jg P"Send for our recommend this number and positively
Clothing Booklet assert that it cannot be duplicated at
our price. Our advertised lines era
containing samples. quickly ordered ; tliis we interpret es an
It is mailed free. assurance that the high estimate wo
place on the qualities and values Is justi
fied by public judgment to you it should
be a guarantee of satisfaction. Sizes ,
coats 85 to 44 inches chest
measure ; trousers 32 to 42
inches waist and 30 to 33 inches length of inseam ; no larger ; price v.
* a-5 _ n which is listed at lowest wholesale prices
everything to eat wear and useis furnish
ed on receipt of only 109 to partly pay , ,
postage or expressa e and as evidence
of gpocl faith , the 109 is allowed on first
purchase amounting to S199 or above.
MONTHLY GROCERY PRICE UST FR E.Q ]
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