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BRITT DEFEATS FRANK ERSE
Northwestern. Train leaves t'nlon depot.
Council Bluff, at 11 rs a. m., returning at
HO In the evening. The Commercial lineup
will be: Center. IV-eek; left end. Putnam;
light end. Miller: right tackle, Thompson;
left tackle. Pick; right guard. Bterman;
left guard. Vosncek; qilnrterhock. McKen
nan; fulihnrk, Kesterson; right half, tlreg
ory; left half, Ilempetreel ; substitutes.
Bherman, K liner t'etrkk. Ernest Uetrlck
It outsells all others
o P A o
White Lightweight Champion Goes Down
KNOCKOUT BLOW COMES IN ' SEVENTH
CORNELL MEN RUN WELL
Win latereolleatato Creas-Conntry
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1 triad Pim4u
Is aa rmwrient
GRAND ORDER OF CHIVALRY
Highest Honor in OdJ Fellowship Conferred
011 Tores Nebraska Met.
EARNED BY DEVOTION TO THE ORDER
Colonel Trier of Lincoln, Lleateaaat
Hrlartl of Omaha til Major
Parish ! Beatrle Maa-nlS-
' eently Deeorated'.
With cantons ot the Patrl-trchi Militant
present front Lincoln, Fremont, Tekamah
and Beatrice, and member of the order
present from many ether towns In Nebraska
and western Iowa, the officers of tbe De
partment of Nebraska, assisted by Canton
Ezra Millard of Omaha and the visiting can
tons, conferred the order of the Orand Dec
oration of Chivalry upon Colonel James
Tyler of Lincoln, Lieutenant Colonel Louis
Helmrod of Omaha and Major A. g. Parti sh
i Beatrice last night.
This ceremony was especially noteworthy
rem the fact that tor the first time In the
history of Odd Fellowship the .order was
conferred upon , eanaiaatea eircsiae : 01 a
meeting of the sovereign gran lodge, and
that It was the first time It has over been
conferred In the state ot Nebraska. The
order Is one of honor and Is conferred upon
chevaliers ot the Patriarchs Militant who
km hr-n found worthy bv their fellows for
tctlve work in the affairs of the order. It Is
recommended by the grand lodge of the
stale and conferred upon order of the sov
ereign grand lodge after Investigation Into
' the merits ot those recommended. Previous
to this time the order has been conferred
upon but three Nebraskans and until last
eight Colonel J. W. Nichols ot this city was
tbe only Nebraskan entitled to wear the
deooratlon, as Past Grand Maater Hedrlck
of Tecumseh and Past Grand Master Gibson
of Fremont, who had received it. have
v- ';. CoroaaoalM at ao Hall.
The ball of the Odd Fellows was crowded
with the patriarchs and friends ot the can
didates to the decoration when the cere
monr opened. Canton Eira Millard formed
the first canton In the work, while tbe seo
ond and third were made up of visiting
members. After the preliminary floor work
the candidate were Introduced In full unl
.form and after the ritualistic questions they
were disarmed and uncovered In token of
confidence In the proceedings to follow,
After the oath had been administered te
them by Colonel Nichols, as grand com
mander, the charges of knighthood were
communicated by four young women. The
. B rt. after charging tbe candidates to ever
honor their order, placed upon their heels
the golden spurs of knighthood: the second,
gave to them their swords with injunction
to draw them only for truth and Justice. In
order to command strength in the right the
third gave to the candidates a gauntlet.
while the fourth gave a pair ot white gloves
commanding them to use force only as a
. last resort and to exhaust at first all ot
.the resources ot peace In order to secure
Justice and to defend truth.
After these charges had been eommunl
Ik. Mwnm.mAm mIIaA fnP th AmOAm
Greatest in theVorld
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fa.th.era of famiiiA. bnsJneeiai man. atatAamAn m,r,l,-.
termer. U-aryars, ministers, doctor, bookkoopors, bankers, sailors, soldiers, trevrellng' salesmen,
railroaders, laboring men, men In srery walk of life, In ewery line of activity, keep their bowsla
rsffular wltk O.aBOAJtETS Candy Cathartic. They tell other men about the wonderful merit
of this wonderful little tablet. They take CABOARETS home to their wires and famine The
conaequanos is a sals of nearly A MILLION BOXE3 A MONTH, mad by merit and appre
ciation. A man who keeps Ms bowels regular with CABOARBT3 Candy Cathartic, can keep
strong and healthy eren without much sxsrclss, for when the bowels ars regular and the dWeaw
tlon strong- the system Is safs and the muscle, brain and nerres will bars Inexhaustible
lastiolty and Ufa, All druf srista, lOo, 2 Co, 60a Never sold In bulk. The trenuin tablet stamped
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ut taey win ret up next.
4 AMaMtm,kfW H.LNrtu
doss your cook
Ike HO fCSft Cemfmj
rations. These were presented by the ad
jutant, who in turning them over to the
commander explained the meaning ot tbe
design. The Jewel consists of a golden
badge, from the center of which proceed
rays, Indicating the light ot truth. In the
center Is a white cross and upon that a
purple heart, while the whole is sur
mounted by a golden crown. The pendant
Is attached by ribbons of red and white to
a bar of gold containing the letters, "I. O.
O. F." On the reverse ot tbe pendant are,
the words, "Be Just, Merciful, Honorable
and Brave," the motto of the order of the
Grand Decoration. The grand commander.
ssylng that the decoration ot such high
honor should be conveyed to tbe candidates
by the pure, placed the decorations In the
hands of three little girls, who attached
them to the coots of the reclpientt. : After
this ceremony prayer was offered by the
chaplain, and the second and third cantons
were dismissed. Following this Canton
Ezra Millard exemplified floor work, giving
drill In marching and manual which elicited
much applause. '
Who Did the Work.
In the work of conferring the degrees
Colonel Nichols as grand commander was
assisted by Major R. O. Harlett of Lincoln.
Captain George L. Loomls of Fremont, Cap
tain J. C. Lee of Fremont, Captain Thomas
J. E vans of Omaha and Sergeant Major H.
M. Cole ot Crete. The floor work was in the
immediate charge of Captain Marks ot Can
ton Eira Millard. The four young women
who administered the charges ot knight
hood were Miss Minnie Helmrod, Miss
Bertha Nichols, Miss Mabel Cooper and
Mis Bertha Houseman of South Omaha.
The decorations were delivered by the little
Misses Nell, Marks and Evans.
After the ceremony the visitors and
member of the local canton, with invited
guest, were served with refreshments,
after which there were brief talks by Jame
O. Shaw ot Tekamah. chief patriarch of the
department ot Nebraska; the pew cheva
liers ot the Grand Deooratlon, the colonel
of the department and a number of others.
Millions Spent for Theaters.
It is estimated that $20,000,000 was spent
last season tor .theatrical entertainment
in this country alone, and while it is pos
sible to arrive at the abov estimate It is
not possiblo to form any Idea of the
amount spent annually by those In search
of health. To recover your health you
must first see that the stomach la put in
good condition. Then Hoe tetter's 8tomach
Bitters is needed. It cures nausea, head
ache. Indigestion, dyspepsia and malaria.
Try it and see.
Mow Klflo Clab.
BtetM preliminary to tho organisation of
a rine club were taken yesterday afternoon
at tbe Elks' club rooms. Joe F. Barton
was elected president; George P. Moore,
vice president; J. C. Whlnnery, secretary;
Fred Carter, treasurer. Lysis L Abbott,
Judge Ogden and A. A. Hopson were named
a committee to draft constitution and by
laws and report back to a meeting which
will be held at the Elke' club rooms next
Wednesday afternoon at 4:80, to complete
the organisation. In addition to tbe gentle
men named there .were present; E. D.
Rvans, Henry McDonald, Goodly Brucker,
Judge Vlnsonhaler, Jamee Bmead and
lamri Alneeow, who signified their inten
tion of becoming; members of thetclub. The
ran ire for the club will b near the Carter
white lead work -in East Omaha.
The hew kind of General Arthur cigar
Will pleas you if you car tor good cigar.
pantry. It '
SHOT DEAD BY ROBBERS
Assistant Postmaster and Merchant in a
ATTEMPT MADE TO ROB INDIANA BANK
Explosion of Dynamite Aresiei tho
Cltlsena and a Desperato Fight
In Which Many Shota Ar
WARREN, Mich., Nov. 26. Clint L Os
borne, assistant postmaster and proprietor
of the general store In this village, waa
shot dead early today by one of a gang
of robbers that had entered the Warren
bank and blown open the safe.
The explosion aroused Osborne, who tel
ephoned to one of his neighbors that he
thought burglar were at work in either
the bank or postofflce. All the telephones
la the village ar conneoted at night and
it la thought that the cracksmen heard
tho bell on the bank phone ring and listened
to Osborne's conversation.
. Osborne then started down tbe street and
had gone but a short distance when one
of the robbers, acting as a guard, abot him
in the face with a charge ot buckshot, kill
ing him instantly. .
Then, without aecurlng anything from
the safe, the burglars rushed from the bank
and drove rapidly away. No trace of them
has since been discovered.
Attempt to Rob Bank.
AKRON, Ind., Nov. 26. Early today a
desperate attempt was made to rob the
bank at this place.
The robbers captured and bound the two
night telephone operators and out all tele
phono wire. They also bound and gagged
a physician whose office la in the same
block with the Exchange bank.
The first explosion ot dynamits at the
bank roused the citizens who hastened to
the scene with firearms. Many shots were
exchanged, but the robber escaped without
any -booty. The bank building waa badly
Indiana PoetoflBco Robbed.
COLFAX, Ind., Nov. 26. The ppstofflce
at Clarkshlll was entered early today and
the safs dynamited. About $300 worth ot
stamps were taken. Tho mall pouchea
were also looted. No clue.
atoax Falls Depot Robbed.
SIOUX FALLS, S. D.. Nov. 26. (Special
Telegram.) The Illinois Central passenger
depot la this elty was entered by burglars
last night. They secured only a few dol
lars in change. Entrance was effected by
breaking a large pane of glass. There Is
no clue to the robbers, but they ar be
lieved to be local men.
Texas Bank Robbed.
DALLAS, Teg., Nov. 26. Robbers today
dynamited the vault ot the Firat National
bank at Morgan, secured $5,000 and escaped.
, What Tkv Demand.
Headaches, liver complaint, bowel Ms
orders demand Dr. King's New Life Pills
They are gentle, but cure or no pay. !5o.
For sale by Kuhn ft Co.
bat Winner Haa Best front Start,
Altaonea Somewhat Outgeneraled.
8AN FRANCISCO. Nov. 26. Frank Erne
of Buffalo lost his hold on the world's
championship la the white lightweight claea
In his contest with Jlmmle Brltt of this
city, who knocked him out In the seventh
at the Mechanics pavilion tonight. The con
test was the fastest ever witnessed In this
city. Brltt, while not so clever as the Buf
falo man, was the more aggressive and
landed tho moat telling blows.
Brltt proved himself far the cleverer In
clinches and never missed a chance to use
his right and left to advantage. The east
ern lad showed his superior generalship In
many tight places and kept Brltt off during
tho early part of tbe battle.
In only one round did Erne have a de
cided advantage, the fifth; In this round
landing a slight left on Brltt' Jaw and fol
lowing It with a terrific right to the heart.
Start with Cantloaa Sparring.
First Hound Both men advanced quickly
to the center and sparred cautiously. They
went Into a clinch. Brltt was first to as
sume the sggremlve and sent his left for
the hesd, but isrne neauy DiocKea ine mow.
Erne sent a rlsht hard to the body. Jlm
mle put in a left and right hard to the
bodv and face and e&ceDed a counter. He
tried with a left for the body but Erne
got Inside it. Brltt Jabbed Erne with a
left to the face, and followed with a right
to the body. Frank Jabbed Brltt with a
right to the face three times, but the
blows lacked force. ' Brltt drove his left to
the face and then followed with a hard left
winar over the heart. He labbed Erne
lightly with left as the bell sounded. Brltt
appeared to have the advantage ot the first
Second Round Brltt led for the heed, but
was short. He sent In his left twice to
the. hodv and rirht to the heal. Brltt missed
a left and right for the body. He drove in
a vicious left and right to the Jaw. Erne
tried hard for the body, but the youthful
Callfornlan was out of harm's way. Brltt
sent In a hard straight right to the face
and followed It with a left to the body.
Thv mixed it. no blowa belna struck. In
a mix Erne put his left hard to Jimmie s
head. He tried, a ten tor me jaw, oui
Brltt blocked It neatly. Brltt sailed In
with two rights to the head and an upper
cut to the Jaw. The bell sounded with the
men fighting hard. Brltt had the better
of this round. ' :-
Third Round Brltt tried- right swing for
head, but Erne ducked It neatly. Erne put
his left lightly to the Jaw, but Brltt scored
heavily with a left to the body
without return. Erne put straight Jab to
the face. Jlmmle swung heavily with right
and left for the body, but Erne cleverly
kept out of range. Brltt Swung fiercely
with right and got it to the head. He Im
mediately sent a Vicious left to the body
and they clinched. Brltt fought fast and
did moat of the work. He tried left and
light for the body, but Erne again blocked.
Jlmmle tried a heavy right swing for the
head, but the Buffalo boy was too shifty
and It went soaring over his head.
Honors Even In Fourth.
Fourth Round Erne tried with right and
left for the face, but was short. He stabbed
Britt lightly with a right and left to the
face. Erne elbowed Britt hard in the face
with left and drove his right hard on the
Califomlan's Jaw. Brltt placed his left
hard to the body and they clinched. Brltt
Jabbed Erne on the mouth with left and
followed with a right swing to the head.
Erne put hk left to Jimmie s face. Brltt
aent in a straight right to the ear and got
away without a return. He then put a right
to the body and tried again for the nm
place, but Erne blocked it, this time. Hon
ors were even.
Fifth Round Brltt led with left for face
and Erne tried left for -the body, but the
blows were blocked. In a. clinch they ex
changed light and lefts; Britt cleverly
ducked a right for the"body. ' Erne put his
right for the face' and Jlmmle came back
with a good left for. the head. Jlmmle
swung light and grated Erne's face. In a
mlxup he put right to the face. Britt put
left to face and left to kidneys. Erne put
In a vicious right uppercut - to the Jaw
which dazed Britt Just a trine. Erne Jabbed
Britt with left and then put In a wicked
right straight to tho Jaw Just as the gong
sounded. Erne was Improving and bad the
better of tho round. ...
Both Men Weaken.
Sixth Round Erne rushed In. but his
blows were blocked. He succeeded, how
ever. In putting in several left and light
Jabs to the face. Erne drove In a hard
right to the Jaw Jlmmle got mad and
fought like a demon, putting his right hard
to the face and left to the body. Brltt
landed strongly with left on face and in a
fierce mlxup Brltt put ritit and left to the
face In another mlxup. jlmmle put a hard
right to tho face and followed with a left
to the Jaw. Erne looked groggy, but fought
back gamely. Britt went at his man like
a wild beast, putting right and left to the
Jaw. They fought hard till the sound of the
bell, with Erne fighting gamely. Britt's
blows seemed to have the most steam, but
at the close both were perceptibly weak.
Seventh Round Brltt came up looking de
termined and appeared stronger. He drove
Erne backward with left to body and fol
lowed with left and right swinga to the
jaw. Erne fought back gamely, but It
looked aa If he was going to the ground.
Brltt floored Erne with left to the Jaw, but
tho Buffalo boy came up. Britt uppercut
Erne with hard left and again sont him to
tho floor. The knockout blow wa a tre
mendous left hand blow on the aolar
plexus. Erne tottered to tbe floor a beaten
man. He tried to rise as the fateful sec
onds were counted, but the effort was un
successful. NAVY HOLDS FINAL PRACTICE
Docs' Fairly Well, hnt Is Wot Believed
to Have Chance Against
Army. ' '
ANNAPOLIS, Md.,,Nov. 28. The naval
academy font ball team held its last prac
tice this afternoon before tbe West Point
Some time was devoted to signal practice,
after which the navy and hustlurs lined up
against each other for a short half. The
hustler team was a strong one, hsvtng
Read, one of the navy's coaches and the
famous tackle of 1901, on their line, but they
were no match for the navy, who ripped up
their line for long galna. A touchdown waa
made In the first two minutes snd others
could have been made, but Milne was given
two chances for a field goal, one of which
The hustlers used the various West Point
formations known to them, but could not
once make a first down.
The practice was encouraging, but It Is
believed the navy will have to do many
time better than In any previous game
to have even a chance against the army,
as tho team will be weakened by the ab
sence of young Aiken and the left guard,
Tomorrow will bo devoted almoft entirely
to airnal practice. Tbe team, coaches and
substitutes will leave for Phlladolphia on
a special train on Friday morning.
SHERIDAN IS REINSTATED
Starter and May Raw at
BAN FRANCISCO. Nov. M. Walter Jen-
nlngs won races with Sir Hugh and Proner
at Inglestde today. The lattor showed to
be a clever roic Dy Dealing Uotd Van
handily. P. Sheridan, who assaulted the
starter, Fred Mulholland, at !s Angeles
and was men oarrea Dy tne new California
Jockey club, bus apologised and will be
allowed to race ma noraee bere. Results
First race, futurity course, selling: Quli II
won, Mocoruo second, tsreton third. Time
Second race, one mile, selling: Ignaclo
won. Expedient second. Filibuster third.
Third rare, five furlongs, purse: Sir Hugh
won, eir rresion sec-ona, ine uwi tnira.
Fourth race, one mile, selling! Whorton
won, Tbe Pride second, Antolee third.
Fifth race, futurity eourae. selling
Mountebank won. Sea Lion second, Bedner
third. Time: 1:11.
feixth rsce, eleven-sixteenth of a mile, for
l-year-olda, purse: proper won, Ooid Van
aecend. Ueutscblana third. Tims: 1:081
Play at Wooablae, Iowa.
Tbe Omaha Commercial college foot ball
team wtu play tbe woodbine team at Wood
fctae, la., today. Special rates ever the
Championship on Morris Park
NEW YORK, Nov. W.-Cornetl won the
Intercollegiate crosa country championship
today, the Individual honor going to A. C.
Howen of the University of Pennsylvania.
The race was decided over the steeplechase
course of the Morris I'ark race track In
The runners, or rather all those who fin
ished, covered the course Ave times, the
entire distance being about six and a hulf
Bowen'a time for the run was thirty-five
minutes and Franchot was Just one second
behind him. R, E. Williams was third at
the finish, and In fact all through the con
test the rsce was between thes-? three. W.
B. Schrett, K. Woodward and T. Newman,
ail of Cornell, finished fourth, fifth and
sixth, respectively, and won the champion
ship, as the first three to finish were from
The score by points was counted on the
positions In which the men finished. While
of Cornell was ninth, so that Cornell had
the lowest total, 24 points. Yale was second
with 0, Pennsylvania third with b3. Har
vard fourth with U. Princeton fifth with 73
and ColumbU last with 111 points.
The course was wet and holding, so that
the time made was good.
The order of the first nine men at the
finish follows: A. C. Bowen, University of
Pennsylvania, won; D. W. Frnnchot, Vale,
Second; R. K Williams, Princeton, third;
W. B. Schrett, Cornell, fourth; K. W.
Woodward, Coraell, fifth; T. Newman, Cor
nell, sixth; W. P. Waldron, Yale, seventh;
W. A. Colwell, Harvard, eighth; C. A.
White, Cornell, ninth.
GRAVER REPLACES JONES
Michigan Fallback Will Be Inable to
Play Aa-ataet Minnesota
ANN ARBOR, Mich!, Nov. J.-The Min
nesota foot ball team arrived from Mt.
Clemens this evening, ready for the cham
iilonshlo game with Michigan tomorrow.
The coach stood guard at the dining room
door when his men came out from ainner
and sent them directly to their rooms,
steering them clear of the hotel lobby,
crowded with excited students.
rireat dlantinointment Is lelt among Mlcn-
Igan's supporters owing to Jones' Inability
to play fullback. He is laid up with water
on the knee and will not even be able to
witness the game, but Graver, who will
take his place, Is creaitea wun Deing me
best all arauna piayer on un team.
Reply to Dodge Light Oaards.
of AHA. Nov. 2. In reply to the chat
leng ot the Dodge Light Guard team to
ntav the Crelahton university team on or
about December t, I must state that Cretgh-
ton's foot ball season, liKe tnat ot most
colleges, closes with the Thanksgiving con
test. We regret very much that the Guards
did not accept our only open date, offered
to them at a time when they hod no game
scheduled, namely October 11. The reason
Crelgnton aeciares a game wun tne uuirai
to be impossible Is that mentioned above.
It Is not. as has been asserted, because the
Dodge Light uuaras are not a couege
sufficient reason by nearly all elevens at
tached to an institution or learning.
PKUir. in ours aim,
Faculty Director of the Crelghton Team.
Thanksglvlnar Day Battle. .
Tbe athletes representing Highland Park
university of Des Moines will meet the
Crelghton university eleven on the gridiron
this afternoon at the Vinton street park
promptly at 8 o'clock. The visitors are
very strong, navws; suuerea oei uui
once. Des Moines college. Amity college,
I Toner Iowa university. Penn college and
Capital Park college are among the teams
that nave succumoea to ine mgnianaers.
BirrU their fullback, la a full-blooded In
dian, weighing 210 pounds, and Is said to b
one of their star players. Crelghton also
has shown up exceedingly strong and has
yielded the palm to only one team, the
Haskell inaiann. in inai aeieac, nowever.
there waa mucn giory.
Tale and Harvard to Asjrree.
Kiirw HAVEN. Conn.. Nov. 18. Resorts
in the effect that a breach waa likely In
the athletlo relations of Yale and Harvard :
were neutralised bv a Yale announcement I
authoritatively made today In the editorial '
columns of ihe Yale Dally News, the unl- i
varsity organ. The New announced that ;
a meeting of the Yale-Harvard conference '
committee is to do neia in tne immediate
future to decide on a term of years of
agreement between the two universities.
Wrestler Want a Match.
Henry Bolsloly. who claims the French
Canadian championship at catch-as-catch-can
wrestling, is in Omaha looking for a
match. He Is willing to take on anyone.
but gives preference to Haley, the South
Omaha heavyweight. Bolsjoly at present
weights 1K0 and looks good for every ounce.
lie is mailing nis neaaquaners ai reter
Loch's place and wants to hear from mat
artists of his grade, bar none.
CHANQB OP CLMIATE
Not Necessary la Order to Care Caw
Tho popular Idea that the only cur for
chronic catarrh Is a chang of climate. Is
a mistake, because catarrh is found In all
climate in all sections of tho country, and
even If a change ot climate should benefit
for a time the catarrh will certainly return.
Catarrh may be readily cured In any cli
mate, but the only way to do It is to de
stroy or remove from the system the ca
tarrhal germs which cause all ths mis
chief. The treatment by Inhalers, sprsys, pow
ders and washes has been proven almost
useless in making a permanent cure, as
they do not reach the sest of disease,
which is In the blood and can be reached
only by ' an internal remedy which acta
through the stomach upon the blood and
A new discovery which is meeting with
remarkable success in curing catarrh of th
head, throat and bronchial tubes and also
catarrh of the stomach, la sold by druggist
under name ot Stuart's Catarrh Tablets.
These tablets which ar pleasant and
harmless to take owe their efficiency to the
active medicinal principles ot Blood Root,
Red Oun and a new specific called Oualacol,
which together with valuable antiseptic
are combined In convenient, palatable tab
let form, and a valuable for children as
for adults. .
Mr. A. R. Fernbank ot Columbus, O.,
says: "I suffered so many winter from
catarrh that I took It a a matter of course,
and that nothing would cur It except a
change of climate, which my business affairs
would not permit me to take.
"My nostrils were almost always elogged
up; I had to breath through th mouth,
cauaing aa inflamed, irritated throat. Tbe
thought of eating breakfast often nauseated
me and th catarrh gradually getting Into
my stomach took away my appetite and
"My druggist advlaed m to try a SO-cent
box of Stuart's Catarrh Tablets, because he
said he had so many customer who had
been cured by catarrh by the us ot these
tablets, that he felt be could honestly
recommend them. I took his advise and
used several boxes with results that sur.
prised and delighted me.
"I always keep a bos of Stuart' Catarrh
Tablet in the house and the whole family
use them freely on tbe first appearance of a
cough or cold In the head.
"With our children, we think there Is
nothing so safe and reliable as Stuart's
Catarrh Tablet to ward off croup and colds
and with older people I have known ot
cases where the hearing had been seriously
Impaired by chronte catarrh cured entirely
by this new remedy."
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More Jersey sold than any
other Butterine, because it ex
cels all others in quality and
Put up in i and 2-lb. prints
in printed paper wrappers like
cut. Ask your dealer.
lansaiQty Omaha St.Loub Swift & Company, Chicago SUJoseph Sl.faol tt. Worts
All diseases and
affections of tho
, Positively cleared away In a hurry. I vouch for It.1
Thousands of wretched people are miserable imagining they bava a bad poia
oning of the blood when in nino cases out ot ten it is purely a local parasitio
manifestation in tho skin which can be cleared away in a hurry.
Such misery now cleared away as surely as tho sun shines above. Not merely
ATTEMPTEDnot a matter ol improvement only but a clearing of It all away
absolutely and quickly, too.
(Case ol Sammy Minkay. Cleared away and entirely cured In 31 days, ra'ly proven to us.)
We voich for this ecbsolvitely.
It has been proven to us beyond tho possibility of doubt tbst a new medicament
known as D. D. D. clears up the worst skin affections quickly. Its work seems aston
ishing, amatinK, almost miraculous. (It is a specific formula which, because of it
discovery by Dr. Decator Dennis, is known as P. D. D.' '). Its actual record sounds
like a story of magic. But there is no room for doubt about it whatever; full proofs
indisputablo in every respect, have been submitted to us regarding hundreds of cases
among them the one case shown here of the boy ( Sammy Minkey ), who was cured
in 21 days. The results are not only complete, but permanent; in this case it is now
nearly two years since the disease was cleared out of th skin, and do taint of it ha
Each one of the known skin affections is parasitic in nature, and all at them have
yielded to "D. D D." The preparation is being used by mov.t of the skin specialists.
It is compounded for druggists solely by the D. D. D. Co., 70 Dearborn St., Chicago.
It is utilized by every family physician who has taken the trouble to investigate
the work H is accomplishing. It is used in the Cook County Hospital, Chicago.
It will clear away any parasitic break in the skin in from 3 days to 60 days time.
Visit the undersigned and see proofs that will make yon a happier human. 11.00
bays the prescription already made up in sealed bottles, with authentic label on
each. The undersigned will fill mail orders on receipt of price.
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