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TITE OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1902.
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Hu t Car.faraooe with tha Ctmmitt9ir.a
. from Hii District
HORSE TRADER SLASHES A YOUNG MAN
flame Law Violator nt Ord I Trapped
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State Officials ( hanae
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb.. Sept. 23. (Special.)
The republican congressional committees
of (he First aod Fourth districts met here
today, the former at Congressman Bur
kett's oijlce and the latter at the Lindoll
hotel. Very encouraging reports were made
by each of the Fourth district committee
men, and It la regarded as certain that
Hint haw will bare a rousing majority. C.
H. Sloan, E. J. Halner and J. D. Pope,
who were leading opponents of Mr. Hin
shaw for the nomination, hare tendered
their services for the next month, and
part of the time of the committee was de
voted to making out appointments for
them, as well as for other oratorical talent
enlisted for the campaign.
The First district committeemen deroted
their time to atraoglng details for the cam
paign. Mr. Burkctt's Itinerary was made
complete. Ha will apeak in some place In
Nebraska erery night after the October 1.
Most of bla time will be glren to his own
district, but arrangements hare been made
for one or two speeches In each of the
other fire. -
J. H. Mickey, nominee for gorernor, and
Mr. Burkett will speak at Humboldt on
October 3, and at Talmage on October 7.
It was announced by the republican state
central committee today that Congressman
V. I. Smith of Council Bluffs would make
two speeches In the state during the cam
paign. One address will be st Hastings,
October 6, and at Red Cloud on October 7.
lashed with a Knife.
Walter Sheldon, a horse trader. Is being
sought for by the police on a charge of
assaulting Warren Snelllng, scion of a well
known family, with Intent to kill. Snell
lng and Sheldon met In a West O street
saloon. Sheldon was fighting drunk and In
sulted Snelllng's party of friends,
undertook to resent the epithets and was
screrely stabbed about the shoulders. No
serious results are anticipated.
Hotel Keeper Plnrhed.
The forgetfulness of C. H. Partridge, a
hotel keeper at Ord. concerning the Ne
braska game law, which forbids the shoot
ing of prairie chickens prior to October
1. got hlra Into trouble.
For some time Chief Game Warden
Slmpklns and his deputies hare looked
with a suspicious eye upon the Ord ben face,
who was reported as having a penchant
for directing guests to where they could
grntlfy their desires for shooting. Mr.
fimpklns and his first deputy, "Nick"' Car
ter, Journeyed to Ord last week and took
quarters st Mr. Partridge's place. The
fxt day the game wardens, whose Identity
s unsuspected, shouldered guns and drore
l-to the country, ea If In quest of game.
1'eturnlng empty-handed, the landlord
Mandly Informed them they should have
gone furthor Into the country. On Sunday
the Inkeepcr, In company with a guest,
ventured out, armed with shooting Irons,
but the deputies, although exercising a
close vigil, missed the nlmrods on their
The search warrant process was resorted
to the following day and deep down In the
refuse heap In the rear of the ljotel kitchen
was found the beads and feet of three
prairie chickens. The game wardens
promptly swore out warrants, charging
violation of the game law. The landlord
consulted with his attorney and finally de
cided to plead guilty. The fine amounted
to $15, with 14.80 costs In addition.
State Officials Change Programs.
Secretary of State Marsh and Attorney
(irneral Prout had planned trip to
Rarneston, Gage county, tomorrow, to min
gle with the old settlers at a pioneers' plc
jlc. . Today they were notified of an lndef
nlte postponement of the picnic because of
element weather, and Instead the state
Tlclals will Journey to Alnsworth, Brown
unty, where a carnlral Is in progress.
idltor Weston preceded them, departing
Prohibitionists Have Candidate.
The nomination of Charles O. Beverldge
of Fremont as the prohibition candidate for
congress In the Third district was certified
to the secretery of state today. Accom
panying the notification was an affldarlt by
Mr. Bererldge that the nomination came to
him without the expenditure of any money.
The Rising City bank of Rising City,
Butler county, filed articles of incorporation
with the secretary of state. J. R. and S. A.
Relsenbach, C. E. Reynolds and F. Jours
rat were the incorporators. Ths capital
stock, 20.000, Is fully paid In.
Articles incorporating the Norfolk Fuel
and Light company of Norfolk, Madlsan
county, were filed with the secretary of
state. The capital stock is fixed at $50,000,
ef which $15,000 is paid In. G. A. Lutk
hart, J. M. Macy, J. W. Ransom, C. E.
Dougherty, H. J. Cole, H. L. Snyder and H.
T. Holdon are the incorporators.
Warden Davis of the state prison reports
the Incarceration of M. C. Oaks, a recent
arrival from Polk county. His crime was
that of obtaining money under false pre
tenses, for which he received a sentence
in ths penitentiary of one year.
Notarial commissions hare been Issued at
the governor's office to Isaac King of Su
perior, Nuckolls county, and L. T. Bryant
of Schuyler, Colfax county.
Machinery for Cereal Mills.
BEATRICE. Neb.. Sept. 23. (Special.)
Ths machinery and ten carloads of stone
and other material for the new cereal mills
to be erected In Glenover. a suburb of
this city, hsvs arrived. It is the Intention
of the projectors of the enterprise to have
ths mill In operation by the time snow
Father Begins Pecallar Salt.
BEATRICE. Neb.. Sept. 23. (Special.)
N. Brockhlnsen, who resides near Adams,
this county, has filed claims for 1100 dam
ngos against Gags county, "for ths death
of his daughter, killed on a bridge be-
You have doubtless heard
a great deal about Ayer's Sar
saparilla how it makes the
blood pure and rich, tones up
the nervous system, clears
the skin, reddens the cheeks,
and puts flesh on the bones.
Remember," Ayer's " is the
kind you want the kind
the doctors prescribe. Au rli.
Ayer's Pill ate a great aid to Ayer's
Sareaparilla. Tbeae pills are liver pills,
aare for the parents, and Just as safe
for the children. Purely vegetable.
tween sections 20 and 29, In Adams town
ship, because of the bridge being la bad
order, causing the team to shy Into ths
railing of said bridge, throwing the girl
out." This accident occurred sereral
weeks ago, and Is undoubtedly the smallest
damngo suit erer Instituted against the
RAINS ARE GREAT BENEFIT
Makes It Possible to Plow and Sow
Winter Wheat an Fills
RED CLOVD. Neb.. Sept. 23. (Special.)
Two and three-fourths Inches of rain fell
here last night. It was greatly needed, as
the farmers were unable to plow for win
ter wheat. The crop of hay In this sec
tion Is the largest and best for years.
BEATRICE. Neb.. Sept. 2i. (Speclil.)--It
began ralnrng here Saturday and has
continued almost Incessantly ever since.
The rainfall Is estimated at two Inches.
The ground Is thoroughly soaked and will
be in fine shape for fall plowing and the
sowing of winter wlreit.
HARVARD, Neb.. Sept. 21 (Special.)
Seldom If ever since the settlement of
this psrt of Nebraska has there been so
many days of continuous rain as has been
experienced since the storm commenced
the morning of September 20. While at
no considerable time has the storm been
specially hard, much of the time a good,
steady rain has fallen for hours at a time.,
so that at this writing over four inches
of water has fallen and mostly gone Into
the ground. It will be soms dsys before
the ground will admit of seeding fall
wheat and rye and grain stacks will ro
qulre several days of drying weather be
fore they can be threshed. '
OGALALLA, Neb., Sept. 23. (Special.)
A general rain set In here Saturday night
about 12 o'clock and still continues up to
2 o'clock Monday. Some fears are. enter
tained that It will injure the winter feed
on the ranges.
ML'LLIN. Neb.. Sept. 23. (Special.) It
has sleeted and rained here for three days.
It will hurt the range considerable. Every
one will have plenty of hay, though.
GENEVA. Neb., Sept. 23. (Special.)
Rain is pouring down this morning and
already 2.17 inches has fallen since Satur
STANTON, Neb., Sept 23. (Special.)
Rain has been falling here most of ths
time since last Saturday morning. A few
i ui, duii ii a . c ,,u iiu mil n ih duwv
and It is said to be practically ruined.
LINCOLN, Sept. 23. (Special.) Nearly
three inches of rain has fallen in Lincoln
during the last twenty-four hours. It be
gan at G o'clock last evening and a steady
tuccesslon of heavy showers and light driz
zles has fallen. The grain men are feeling
chipper over the soaking character.
They say that it is certain to put the ground
In aucn shape that the winter wheat crop
will be vastly benefited, and besides in
sures a gocd start off next spring. 8alt
creek lias been running bank full all after
noon and some fears are entertained of a
partial repetition of the flood of a few
CENTRAL CITY, Neb., Sept. 23. (Spe
cial.) Three Inches of rain has fallen here
fn-mm .till n.aln il.nllr. .hn.k
isliico laal Sdluiilay.
ORD. Neb., Sept. 23. (Special.) We have
had over four Inches of rain here In the
last thirty-six hours.
W. C. T. U. STATE CONVENTION
First Day Largely Taken
BEATRICE. Neb.. Sept. 23. (Special Tel
egram.) This forenoon's session of the
Woman's Christian Temperance union state
convention , wss deroted to the considera
tion of legislative work- At noon thi
Woman's Relief corps served a splendid
dinner to the dclegstes. This afternoon
the appointment of rarlous committees and
speakers for the conrentlon was made by
Mrs. D. V. Wheelock, president. The pro
gram this erenlng consisted of a reception
to the visitors by the local union and an
address by Mrs. M. D. Russell. On account
of the Inclement weather the attendance
STANTON DAMCARRIED AWAY
Structure Was Jast Completed and
Had Hot Beta Aerepted from
STANTON. Neb.. Sept. 23 (Special.
The dam put In by the Stanton Water
Power company at a cost of $7,500 was
completed last Saturday and was carried
out for the aacond time about six hours
after its completion. The structure was
put in by the Beardsley Gravity Dam and
Construction company was had not yet
been accepted by the Stanton Water Power
company. Tho contract price was 17,600
of which 15.600 had been paid during con
struction. Back of these payments Is a
J10.000 bond given by the Beardsley com
florae Thleres ta Otoe.
NEBRASKA CITY. 8ept. 23. (Special.)
Horse thlerea are operating In this section
again after an abtence of sereral years.
Last night they went to ths stable of
Thomas Blevlns, a farmer living three
miles south of town, and took a horse.
buggy snd harness sod mads their escape
The horse was a very fine gray animal
weighing about 1.200 pounds and valued at
about 1150. There were light tracks leading
into the road and headed south., but the rain
that was falling this morning soon obliter
ated them and the searchers are at sea
The police have strong suspicion of the
whereabouts of the rig and it is believed
that they will soon be, abls to locate it.
Plattsmouth Has Sew Chief.
PLATTSMOUTH, Nb., ' Sept. 23. (f pe
clal.) At the regular meeting of ths city
council Isst erenlng Mayor Frank J. Mor
gan appointed Reuben W. Myers chief of
police to fill the vacancy caused by the
resignation of E. B. Phllllpsj and ths ap
pointment was unanimously confirmed by
the council. Mr. Hyers formerly filled the
office of sheriff of Cass county for two
terms and was later warden of the stats
Fill Tacaaey'oa Board.
PLATTSMOUTH, Neb.. Sept. 2J. (8pe
rial.) County Judge Douglas, County Tress
urer Barton and County Clerk Tyson nave
appointed L. C. Todd a commissioner to fill
the vacancy caused by the resignation of
J. W. Cox. Mr. Todd resides in MU Pleas
ant precinct and at ths republican csnven
tlon at Greenwood last Saturday was named
as the nominee for commlssionsr from ths
Horses Brlnar Good Prices.
OGALALLA, Neb., Sept. 23. (Special.)
At the auction sale of horses of ths Val
ley Land and Cattls company held here
Saturday sixty-eight bead were sold
bringing good prices, averaging about $35
from yearlings up. Bidding was spirited
and lively and erery horse sold for cash
Waikosl on I atoa Pacta.
BEATRICE. Neb., Sept 23. (Special Tel
e gram.) A small washout occurred on the
Union Pacific this morning below .Blue
Springs, snd as a result trains oa the
southern division Care delayed sereral
hours. Ths rainfall slacs Saturday amounts)
LATE CROP IS BADLY IMT
Rumors af Darr,a t) Cera Confirmed b
CROP EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD IN SOUTH
Toe Morh Main In Some Sections,
While In Others There Is Hot
Enonah to Soften CJroond
WASHINGTON, Sept. 23 Following is
the Agricultural department's weekly
summary of crop conditions:
The temperature conditions were gen
erally favorable In all districts esst of Iho
Rocky mountains, although the week was
decidedly cool In the South Atlantic states
and Missouri valley.
Heavy rains retarded work In Florida,
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states and portions of the upper Missis- ,
slppl and MUsourl valleys, while a large j
part of the middle and South Atlantic
states need rain for fall plowing and
pasture. The middle and southern Rocky
mountain districts have received abundant
and much needed rains.
The week ha. heen rener.11 ennl rm h
Pacific coast, rainfall slightly In excess of
the average In portions of Oregon and
Washington. Frosts occurred in the Rocky
mountain districts, Missouri and upper
Mississippi valleys and lake region, but
were less damaging than those of tho
Frost Damage to Croat,
No further material damage by frosts hss
heen sustained by the corn crop during the
week The reports indicate, however, that
previous estimates of Injury by the frosts
of September 12 and 13 hare been conserva
tively stated and that a large part of the
ate crop orer the northern districts has
been rery seriously injured. Over the
southern portion of the corn belt an excep
tionally fine crop Is now assured.
Cotton is very nearly all open and picking
as been actively carried on, being prac
tically completed In sections. In Florida,
Texas and portions of Louisiana and Mis-
Isslppl rains have caused considerable
amage to open cotton, but were of consid
erable benefit to the late plant In Texas
In Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa, Missouri,
Kansas and portions of Illinois the reports
Indicate a good yield of apples of fine qual
ity, but In the Ohio valley, middle Atlantic
states and New England a generally light
yield is indicated.
Plowing and fall seeding hare progressed
farorably, except in portions of the mtddlo
Atlantic states, where the soil was too dry.
ENDORSE SLOAN FOR SENATOR
Given Privilege of Namlna Delegates
to the Convention at
GENEVA. Neb.. Sept. 2S. (Special.) The
republicans met in conrentlon today snd
nominated county officers. Robert J. Sloan
was given the privilege of selecting the
delegates to the senatorial convention, to
be held In McCool tomorrow. William
Ramsdell of Exeter and Peter Bergqulst
of Shlckley were nominated for representa
tives and John Barsby of Fairmont for
county attorney. The meeting was entirely
harmonious and after electing a county
central committee and W. H. Stewart of
Geneva chairman, the following resolutions
Resolved, That the republicans of Fill
more county, in convention assembled.
heartily Indorse the wise and . patriotic
administration of President Roosevelt and
pledge him our loyal support in the dis
charge cf his public duties.
That the nominees of our republican
state, congressional, senatorial and county
conventions are representative republicans
and gentlemen well qualified to administer
acceptably the affairs of the respective
offices for which they sre nominated and
we pledge tnem tne unanimous support or
the republican voters of Fillmore county.
CENTRAL CITY, Neb.. Sept 23. (Spe
cial Telegram.) The republican county con
vention met here today and was a harmoni
ous gathering. W. T. Thompson was nomi
nated for the legislature and J. C. Martin
for county attorney.
TAYLOR. Neb., Sept. 23. (Special.)
The republican campaign of Loup county
was opened at the courthouse Saturday
evening. The principal speech was made
by Hon. M. P. Kinkaid. republican nomi
nee for congress In the Sixth congres
sional district, before a large and en
thusiastic audience. His speech was full
of good, sound republican doctrine. He
Through tourist sleepers to
Washington. October 4; only $3
for a double berth all the way.
$35.55 to New York City and
back, October 2 to 5.
One fare for the Round trip
to many points in Ohio, Indiana,
to Pittsburg and other points in
western Pennsylvania, to Buffalo and
to Toronto, October 2 to 5.
eulcglied President Roosevelt. He mad j
many friends here. 1
SIDNEY CARNIVAL A HUMMER
Large Attendance from SarronnrilnK
portions of State oa Opening:
SIDNEY. Neb., Sept. 23 (Special Tele-
aram This cltr is all aglow with excite- I
ment. It being opening day for the street j
fair aod carnival. The people throughout j
the city have elaborately decorated their
homes with flags and bunting ami the
town Is filled with strangers. The weather
' Is propitious and could not have been
i manufactured to order to better suit the
I occasion. The exhibits sre even beyond
expectations. Today there were two bal-
i loon ascensions and parachute drop by
1 Prof, and Mme. Broadwiok. The North
i Platte brass bnnd nd a company of ama-
1 teur performers open tonight at the Grand
1 opera house for the entire week. The Kim
ball brass band will make the street3 echo
w,,n ,lB 7, .
UrT bnd from Fort Russell jro.. will
PS On arcs Mruiirrun; mavuuior- i-o-
trlotlc music for the multitude. Kllllan
and Church, the promoters, promise a few
more attractions for the last three days
of the carnival. The city has amply pro-
Tided ror tne many inousan-is no win
tnl8 enterprising place during the
fsir. Large delegations from towns within
200 miles hsre agreed to be here and the
railroads hare made liberal concessions In
rates to assist the project.
STORY IS FAR FROM THE TRUTH
Fnslonlsts Make Themselves Rlrilca
lons In Talk I an; Abont Judaic
O'NEILL. Neb., Sept. 23. (Special.) The
fuslonlsts of this district, having become
alarmed over having nominated such a
feeble old man as General Barry for con
gress, have been lately filling the fusion
press with stories that Judge Kinkaid Is
also old and feeble. These storits are
amusing to the O'Neill people, who know
Judge Kinkaid to be In the prime of his
life. During the Judge's many years' resi
dence In O'Neill he has never been known
to miss a day's work on account of sick
ness and no matter what the weather he al
ways takes a walk Of from threo to five
miles every day, and besides the judge Is
one of the disciples of the Swoboda exer
cise, and Is considered one of the strong
est and most active athletes In this part of
the state. It will be remembered also that
Judge Kinkaid visited Alaska last summer,
at which time he walked over 100 miles In
the wilds of Alaska.
Judge Kinkaid Is making a telling and
effective campaign In the district and the
people of O'Neill feel- very confident of
his election by a good safe majority.
Ord to, Hare Lighting Plant.
ORD, Neb., Sept. 23. (Special.) Two new
stock companies were organized here
Saturday. One for the purpose of operating
the Owl grist mill and the other to put In
nrt operate a Cnlhr cold storage run light
ing plant. The latter company let contracts
Saturday for a 24x50 -foot brick structure and
also for storage tanks on the B. &. M. rail
way and for a twenty-horsepower gasoline
engine and other necessary machinery, to
gether with four miles of pipe, to be used
in mains. The stockholders of the lighting
company are Hon. Peter Mortencen, O. W.
Mllford, C. E. Ooodhard and W. W. Has
kell. It Is expected the lighting plant will
be in operation by November 15. '
The principal stockholders of the milling
company are G. W. Ferry. G. W. Mllford, L.
D. Bailey, F. J. Dwo' ik and MoLaln ft Slier.
It Is reported that I refy business firm in
Ord will handle and push-Ord flour. J. W.
Perry will bs the manager of the company.
He was for fifteen years engaged In the
grain business In Ord.
Knocked Down nnd Robbed.
NEBRASKA CITT, Sept 23. (Special.)
Charles Dllley, a teamster living in the
weat end, reported to the police that be
was knocked down last night on upper Main
street and robbed of $17.50. He can give no
account of the robbers other than that they
came up behind blm and struck blm over
the bead. There is no clue to their identity.
Enter Plcn of Not Guilty.
PAPILLION. Neb.. Sept. 23. (Special.)
District court of Sarpy county convened
this morning. Judge Reed presiding. The
Fort Crook prisoners, Thomas Jelce snd
John Clark, were arraigned for the murder
of Edward Wood. Tbey pleaded not guilty
and their trial will take place this week.
$14.75 to Chicago
and back, October 1
Only $28.05 to
Washington, D. O,
and back, October 2
MORE TROUBLE WITH REBELS
Colombian Bavslution Freaks Out in Wholly
AMERICAN FRUIT COMPANY IS ALARMED
M.ioitv that torn-
mnnlrntlnn l Interrnrted tion
l.ont Marietta Mai
WASHINGTON. Srpt. I?. The Colombian
revolution has broken out In a n.-w place,
according to Information receive:! nt the
Navy dopnrtmcnt tcday. An American fruit
company transmitted to Secretary Moorty a
cablegram from Its a?rnt at Santa Marti,
a place on the north coast of Colombia,
near tho mouth of the MaKdnlena river,
saying that conditions there were very much
disturbed, that the telegraph anl railroad
communication had been interrupted, and
requesting the department's attention. The
dispatch was sent out at once to the State
department and our consul at Barranqullla.
a place near Santa Marta. was eallel on
for an Immediate report concerning the sit
uation. This report Is expected tomorrow,
and unt'.l It Is received no action locking
to the dispatch of a warship will be taken
by the Navy department.
In case the condition of affairs at Santa
Marta should demand the presnc of a
vessel the Navy department has decided to
send Marietta, now- at La Guayra, but the
condition of affairs at the latter point Is
such that If Marietta la obliged to leave.
Montgomery, now at Cape Haytien, will be
ordered forthwith to La Guayra and the
lntter's place on the Haytlan coat will be
taken temporarily by San Francisco, which
will rail from Norfolk tomorrow. Rear Ad
miral Coghlan, who will have all the war
ships In West Indian waters under his Im
mediate control. Is expected to sail on his
flagship, Olympla, from Boston within two
weeks. On his arrival at Cape Haytien, Sin
Francisco will return to Norfolk for general
Six hundred marines have been mobilized
at Norfolk, to be sent to the Isthmus aboard
Prairie, now at Boston. Prairie is ready to
sail whenever it may receive notification.
The mobilization of the marines is in the
nature of a ptecautlon, and unless they are
needed It is not the Intention of the Navy
department to embark them for the south.
Admiral Coghlan had a talk with Secretary
Mocdy and Rear Admiral Taylor, chief of
the bureau of navigation, today, concerning
his duties In the West Indies. While no for
mal orders have been Ispued the dlscatch
of a flag officer to the Caribbean practically
amounts to the creation of a fleet division
in those waters. It is understood to be
the intention of the department formally
to create a West Indian division of the
North Atlantic squadron, when the winter
maneuvers in the Caribbean ends.
Norwegian l.athrras Synod.
SIOUX FALLS. S. D.. Sept. 23. (Special.)
The annual meeting of tho Sioux Falls
conference of the Norwegian Lutheran
svnod commenced here todav for a session
lasting three days. Rev. Mr. Sandow of
Baltic, the oldest member of the conference,
was given the honor of presiding at the
meetings, which are being held In St.
Olafs church. The conference Is composed
of sixteen charges outside of Sioux Falls,
and regulates the business of the churches
of this denomination In thlB portion of the
state. Among the prominent clergymen from
outBlde who are present Is Rev. Paul Korn,
pastor of the Norwegian Lutheran church
at Washington Prairie, la. He Is a son of
President Korn, who for so many years has
been at the head of the general synod.
Rnerlneer Fatally Hurt.
ELKO, Nev., Sept. 23. Southern Pacific
limited passenger trains Nos. 1 and 2 col
lided at Tonka, a siding fourteen miles west
of Elko, early this morning. Engineer
Warner was fatally hurt, but no passen
gers were Injured. The railway officials re
port that trains were soon running again
without serious interruption.
Ranch Changes Ownera.
MULLEN, Neb., 8ept. 23. (Special.)
The Talbot & Galby Cattle company sold
its ranch, range and cattle, to the U. B.
I. outfit, of which G. O. Ware is solo
owner. Their ranch consisted of ten
miles square of range and 2,000 head of
cattle and 100 head of horses.
Coming; to AU-Sar-Ben.
OGALALLA, Neb., Sept. 23. (Special.)
A good many, from here are making prep
arations to attend the Ak-Sar-Ben festivi
ties. fanasiwsr WS-MT jm
$11.50 to St. Louis and back,
October 5 to 10.
$31.75 to Boston and back,
October 6 to 10.
aAis JL amis L asX
EVERY WOMAN !
nonsekeepera, wires, mothers, erery woman
who has the care of a family or household,
baa at one time or another spells of backache,
nervous weakness, aick headache and dis
orders in the digestion, caused as a rule by
domestic worry, overwork, irregular meals or
habitual constipation. To all women who
aufier in this way, we say:
Prickly Ash Bitters
.... IT CUREQ.
It performs a tnarrelotm transformation. The
tired, weak, despondent, pale and bloodlesa
victim is soon a strong, bright, happy woman,
with rosy cheeks and cheerful spirits.
rrkitly Ash Bitters la act a dlasfrasaMe, harsh
acting atedlclaa as ths asaw ad oat ladlcate. It
ts niestsat to the taste, mild yet powerful is
Its clesnsinf and rsgidstlaa laWssaca la tba
TSiliiiFfrii a rii m l
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Only $16.75 to points in the
Big Horn Basin, Wyoming, with
its thousands of acres of irrigable
lands open to settlement, and
millions of acres of free grazing
A wonderful opportunity for
homeseekers to say goodbye to
if in f
any kind of
Made by '
Swift & Company
to six Inches.
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