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TTIE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, DECEMBER C. 1902.
REPORTS ON STATE'S CASH
TmaeureT Ettiifer Telli of ffcceipti, Ixpen
ditnre and Vonej on Hind.
.DOBSON DECIDES IRRIGATION CASE
Attorney General Diastases Case
Ail( Mnikrr Brraiif Erl4rifr
Show l a Well.
fFrom a Buff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Dec. 8. (Special.) The finan
cial itatement of State Treasurer 8tuefer,
Died with Governor Bavage, contain sum
varies showing the disposition of funds
during his term and a list of the deposi
tory banks and the amounts In each at the
close cf tha fiscal rear. November SO. The
following shows the receipts and disburse
ments: Balance December 1.
WJ I 1S.0U 4
Receipts from Decem
ber I. lXr, to No
vember 2, 108 ITCKl 71 r.J5T.70 66
lecember 1, li. to
November O, IKS. Sit 87
Balance November 39. lKtt t 432.2X 2$
Following Is a list of the state deposi
tories and the amount deposited in each
"November 29, 1?02:
Union National. Omaha t lVTTS W
Vrilte1 States National, Omaha.... Vi&3 M
City National, IJncoln 25.0:6 15
Packers National. South Omaha.. .2H 46
First National, Lincoln 1VS24 M
Baundera County National, Wihoo 10.J11 09
Armr CYiitv. Haatlngs .141 1!
German National, Hastings M
Battle Creek. Vallev 1. "0
First National. Al.Unce 4 .224 IS
First National York l :-' 23
Norfolk National. Norfolk i
Broken Bow State, Broken Bow....
Citizens. McCnok S &3 II
Vnlon State. Harvard 7.149 65
Cltv National, lorn tt
Btate. Curtis... 445 53
Farmers and Merchants. 8troms-
bursj &.215 77
Omaha National. Omaha ltS.4-2 W
Merchants National. Oir.aha Sl.&'-S 19
Columbia National, IJncoln 2Jt 7i
Bank of Basllle Mills. Baxllle Mills 1
First National. Omaha S6.f7 19
First National. HMdrege 4.S9 IS
First State, St. Paul 4.VO
First National, Wavne 10.i on
Pierce County. Pierce 7,M 01
Bank of Orleans, Orleans .(: 0U
Orand Island Banking company 1.W W
First National. Lonmli S.""0 (0
Valentine State. Valentine
Bank of Syracuse, Syracuse...
Commercial National. Omaha..
Cltlsens National. St. Paul
Newport State, Newport
Bank of Commerce, Lincoln...
7 KlYt fl
s'y ) I
21.710 4 1
. '22 1
To1- IU9.994 03
Soiree of larone.
The following shows the resources fror.
which receipts were derived for the genet al
Balance December 1. 1900 $ 49.594 4
State taxes collected
Vnlted States aid to soldiers'
Oil inspection fees
Food commission fees
Transfer from sinking fund
Platte county compromise
Third dividend from Capitol Na
School land notices
Comptroller of the currency for
First National bank of Alma..
Mrs. Jones, board for inmates....
Sale of fish
Kental of asylum land
Sale of Improvements on school
XJ., a !
4.4W o.) ,
,0u0 00 I
Total receipts $2.188,9. 82
Principal general Jjund
warrants paid Sl,9&9.36 Of
Interest general fund
warrants paid 145.9S5 IS-$2,105,330 22
BaUuia on band November 29.$ 0.6n so
Following are the unexpended balances of
the current funds November 29, 1902:
General fund $ S3. a" 0
Temporary school 244,717 44
Temporary university 44.419 30
Homiltal for the Insane 1.230 C6
State library 4.741 35
t'nlversltv cash 18.SW So
Normal library 6.074 10
aVormal Interest 2.0H 0
Penlientlarv special labor 2 36 15
Itniientmry land 4.(K n
Agriculture and mechanic arts M.SW (3
Vnlted Statea experiment station.. 1,730 M
inheritance tux (4 74
Total balances S429.994 03
Following are the total Investments of
the educational trust funds:
Permanent school $5,072,235 79
Agricultural colleae endowment.. 224.(i 14
Pe manent university li'l.rtjO 97 J
.Normal endowment m."-' vj
Tal $5.4ri,97S SO
Farmers' Dltab at Wlaaer.
State Engineer Dobson has decided in
favor of the Farmers' Canal company and
Robert Walker in the Irrigation case in
volving the right of the former Farmers'
Canal company and others, who seek to
build a ditch along the North Platte, begin
ning at the state line and extending through
Scotta Bluff county and many miles down
the river. At one time an Irrigation char
ter was formed and $400,000 voted In bonds
to aid the schema. All parties Interested
aay the original company did not Inten
tionally relinquish Its appropriation, ami
the question of Intent is one of Importance.
It is said the rase will be taken into the
Dlsmlsa Oao Moaher Ca.e.
Attorney General Proul lias dismissed the i
suit In the supreme court against Charles
W. Mosber, brought to recover $3.3M.91 by
the Nebraska Relief commission. The suit
grew out of the failure of the Capital Na
tional bauk. with which Mr. Mosher wss
connected, and In which he, as treasurer of
the commission, had deposited the money.
The suit was dismissed because the evl-
" Every material has
its own proper capacity
and appropriate range
The truth to w hich the great
English nutter of Applied Art
gave succinct utterance his
always been borne in mind by
which hs never en
deavored to force the
metal of its choice,
silver, beyond its le
gitimate means of ex
pression. This helps
. to confer on Gorham
; silverware its individ
ual appearance and
applies to the simplest
article bearing the
denre In the case could sot be found. The
case has beea la the courts since li?4. but
ras never been vigorously pushed, la tak
ing up tb case the attorney general wrote
to the secretary of the commission. Rer.
L. P. Ludden, for the records and evidence.
The latter" answered him today thst he hsd
seen none of the evidence since It wss
left In the office of the sttorney general.
A thorough search wss made, but It could
not be found.
Banks la ftood Condition.
The reports of the condition of the banks
throughout the state are being received ty
the banking board, and while the reserve
is generally lower than usual the state
ments so far show the banks to be In a
healthy financial condition. A marked In
crease In the amount of money loaned is
shown In nearly every statement received.
This Is occasioned, said a member of the
board, by a large number of persons In
vesting In cattle In order to get rid of
their surplus soft corn. The rate of In
terest has not been Increased.
Engineer Clayburg and Fireman Roy
Hutchinson, who were on the engine Oc
tober 11. the night the Burlington train
was held up and robbed, were In Lincoln
today and Inspected the three suspects now
In Jail here. Both were sure these were
the train robbers, but could give no spe
cific reasons for their Identification. Since
the arrest of the three men Monday after
noon there has not been a burglary com
mitted In Lincoln.
Tve t Prison.
Fred C. Williams, an ambitious young
dentist, who immediately after his gradua
tion acquired unlawfully some teeth and
other things necessary to start up In busi
ness, was sentenced to three months In Jail
this morning. James Lane, colored, who
broke Into a house, was sentenced to ten
months In the penitentiary. Lane wept
when sentenced was passed on him.
It r part a on Soldiers' Home.
The eighth biennial report of the super
intendent of the Soldiers' and Sailors' home
at Grsnd Island has been filed with the
governor. Prlng the yesr 1901 there was
a dally average of 272 Inmates. In 1902
the average was 409. The average cost per
capita for the first year of the biennium
was S1K5.46. For 1902 the cost per capita
was $178.38. H. L. Randall, the surgeon In
charge, recommends that the salary for
that office be Increased to $2,500 for the
as he said U takes the entire
time of the physician to attend to the du-
t'cs of the office. At the beginning of the
year iui mere was a uenciency oi
and the superintendent reports that It will
nar), digging to make both ends meet
until the end of the year.
Margaret Kealey has filed her report of
the condition of the Nebraska Industrial
home. There was appropriated for the
maintenance of the home 21,115. Of this
l..o- M , $19.42 40 has been expended, leaving a bal
2u!44 31 ' nce of 723 - There are eighty-nine In
; mates In the home, whose average age Is
? 52 j ijt years. During the year forty-one have
bn returned to their homes, fourteen have
married and twenty-eight have secured em-
ployment In various homes.
EDUCATION FOR THE FARMER
Winter Cow roe la Aarrlraltnre at State
I alvrrslty Opeaa I at
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Dec. 6. (Special.) The win
ter course in agriculture at the State uni
versity begins January' 5, 1902, and closes
March 7, 1903. Instruction is offered In
the followlag sub)cctst --Soils, field crops
and farm management, butter and cheese
making, breeds snd breeding of Itve stock,
orcharding and gardening, diseases of live
stock, English, and shop work.
The course of instruction alms at the
following results: First, to give the stu
dent such information and training aa will
increase bia earning capacity as a farmer;
second, to Interest him so greatly in agri
cultural pursuits that he will have no de
sire to leave the farm, but a very strong
desire to make agriculture his life work.
To meet the many demands of students
and dairymen asking for Instruction In
dairy practice, the School of Agriculture
offers a special course In dairying, begin
ning January 5, 1903. and closing March 7,
1903. tbua including nine weeks or 'ho
midwinter season when work at the farm
and dairy la Icaat pressing.
In order to meet the demand of farmers
who wish Information concerning the valuca
of different classes of market stock, the
School of Agriculture of the Cnlversity of
of judging farm animals. Exceptional op
portunities are offered. Expert Judges will
assist the instructors of the school.
Por the purpose of bringing the farmers
of Nebraska together for an interchange
of ideas on corn growing, a short couire
in judging corn is offered. The very best
samples of the leading varieties of corn
will be gathered together for study and
comparison. Classes in judglug corn will
be held dally under the direction of a com
petent corps of Instructors. Including prom
inent corn growers and farmers from Ne
braska and other states. In these clssses
the good and bad qualities of varieties, the
important pcints regarding selection, the
growing and handling of seed corn, will be
presented by practical and auccessful men.
BIG GRIST BY THE GRAND JURY j
Thirty-One laalrtaaeats at Chadron,
Mainly lader Llqnnr Li
CHADRON, Neb.. Dec. 8. (Speclsl Tele
sram.i Thirty-one indictments were re-
turned by the grsnd Jury and they reported
l that they hd completed their work and
..r. aiarh.rred. Ona ia for manslaughter
i and the balance are moatly for vlolatlona
of the Slocumb law. There are elgnt aa-
loons in the county, three at Chadron nd
five at Crawford, and it ia rumored thai
all the proprietors have been Indicted. It
i. ! stated that druaaiats and cigar
dealers having slot mschines In their places j The Omaha National of Omaha and Han
h..ilnsa were indicted. When the num- i Ter National bank of New Tork were to-
ber of indictments became public it caused
: sensation amoDC the fraternity. Before
I the com adjourned the judge endorsed the
amount of bonds required and the indict-
j ments wera delivered to the clerk who waa j Rural free delivery letter carriers for
I Instructed to isaue a capias ia each case. Iowa routes were appointed today as fol
i Court did not adjourn to a time certain, aa lows: Cromwell, James A. Sutton, regular.
Judge Harrington did not know when ha
i could be here, but It Is thought a term will
he held about January 20, when the cases
will be beard.
BERTHA THORN RETURNS HOME
Lincoln Ctrl Who Becosnee lnflnnto4
with Rcllctooe Sect Back with
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
IJNCOLN. Dec. $. (Special Telegram.)
Bertha Thorn, of this city. who. while on a
visit to Kansas City, became infatuated
with a religions sect thers and refused to
return home, arrived this morning accom
panied by her brother, Cariy Thorn, who
went to Kansas City for her.
Miss Thorn had beea making her home at
a holiness miss. on and was induced to raeet
hr brother at a hotel by deception.
This morning she is suffering with cerv
ous prostration, but ber family belies, the
religious spell which had held ber for aev
' oral Bloats hs beo broken.
TRIES FOR A NEW BUILDING
Representative BurkU Makes Effort to
Oomplj with Lincoln' Dartres.
RURAL ROUTES IN FOURTH DISTRICT
Managers of Soldiers' Hoasea Reqoest
r2(VO,Mn Additional for the Pro
posed Sanitarium at Hot
aprtaga, S. D.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON. Dec. 6. (Special Tele
gram.) Congressman Burkett today intro
duced a bill amending that portion of the
act of 1902 relating to appropriations for
public buildings b directing the secretsrv
of the treasurv to erect upon land now
belonging to the United States adjacent to
the I'nited States court house and post
office In Lincoln, Neb., a suitable building
for the use of the U nlted States court, cus
tom hcuie and postoffice a building whose
total ct.st shall not exceed IJ.'O.CK'O. The
bill authorises the secretary of the treas
ury to sell the present postoffice and court
house, together with such portion of the
site on which the building Is located, as
may not be needed by the Vnlted States,
but not exceeding the south eighty-five feet
extending esst and west along the south
side of the block or square of ground be
tween Ninth snd Tenth street In that cltv.
but he Is not to sell the present building for
a price less than $50,000. The net proceeds
of the sale are to be deposited in the treas
ury as a miscellaneous receipt derived
from the sale of public property. Mr. Bur
kett. after a conference with the treasurv
cffictals, reported his conclusion that the
bill would be necessary to bring about the
sale of the present postoffice building in
Lincoln and the erection of a new build
ing commensurate with the needs cf the
city. The bill was referred to the nubile
buildings and grounds committee cf the
house and will In turn by that committee
be referred to the Treasury department for
report. Mr. Burkett believes that a favor
able report may be expected from the
Free Delivery la Fowrth.
Representative-elect Hlnshsw of the
Fourth Nebraska district was in confer
ence today with Mr. Macben, superintendent
of the rural free delivery division of the !
Postoffice department regarding rural free
delivery routes. Mr. Machen assured Mr.
Hlnshaw that notwithstanding the appro
priation for this service had been ex
hausted, the Hampton route would be made
special and established January 1. and that
as soon as the committee on postolfices and
postroads reported favorably upon the ap
propriation bill for this service all lines in
spected and approved in the Fourth district
would be established.
Mr. Hlnshaw also bad a conference with
the chairman of the Board of Appeals of the
Interior department relative to the case
of H. E. Dlllen. now pending before the
board on appeal from the pension bureau
and had the case made special, so that It
will be disposed of at an early date.
Representative and Mrs. A. C. Shallen
berger and their two daughters of Nebraska
arrived in Washington last night, to re
main until the close of the present ses
sion. Ask Money for Sanitarian.
Th Board of Managers of the National
Soldiers' homes have unanimously asked
the secretary of war to request the com
mittee on appropriations tt appropriate
$250,000 additional for the completion of thf
Battle Mountain sanitarium at Hot SortLa-s.
8. D., ' according to plans prepared by
Thomas R. Kimball of Omaha. Caotaln
Palmer, who will Be local manaser In
charge of the sanitarium, was directed bv
the board to close a contract with Mr.
Kimball for the architectural plans for the
Duiming. and when the specifications are
prepared to Invite bids for bulldlne the
same. Captain Palmer left tonlgtit for New
Tork and will return to Omaha next week.
Secretary Root tcday transmitted to con
gress additional estimates for work on
homes for disabled volunteer soldiers. He
asks for an approprlstion for $50 000 to bs
expended for pumping station, electric
light and heating plsnt combined and two
bathing pcols for the Battle Mountain san
itarium at Hot Springs, fl. D.
Mrs. J. H. Wlntrod of Winterset, la., is
visiting relatives in this city.
J. D. Blank of Des Moines, one of the
leading Business men of the Iowa capital
j " '"hmgton today on bis way from
Representative Stark today Introduced a
bill to pension Joseph R. Prentice at $50
Representative Shallenberger today In- 1
troduced the following pension bills: George
W. Howard. $50; Noah Thomas. $r.0; David
W. Bush. $50; Sylvester Gordon. $30; John
H. Davldsen. $20; Erra House. $J0: Harvey
S. Norton, $30.
Senator and Mrs. C. D. Clark of Wyoming
arrived tonight and have taken apartments
at the Normandie.
Roatlae of Departments.
Nebraska John A. Brym, Lomax, Butler
county, vice F. J. Van Yoek. removed; Fred
L. Fames, Smartrllle, Johnson county, rice
J. W. Riffle, resigned. Iowa C. E. Perdu,
Struble, Plymouth county. Wyoming Mary
E. Morrison. Vrovia. Laramie couuty.
The postoffice at Inglls. Holt county. Neb.,
Is ordered discontinued.
The abatract of the condition of the na
tional banka of IJncoln at the close of busi
ness November IS shows the average re
serve to have been Z2.33 per cent, agalnat
18.69 per cent on September 15. Loans and
! Jicounla aecreased from $2.957.m to $2.-
ia coin rrom $97,505 to $S8.425;
apci-ie iron w.uo 10 iiiz.no; law-
, ,uI money reserve increased from $202.37$
"om iz.iw.zto to $2,342,688.
j worge r. nam nas oeen appomtea an
'levator conductor in the Omaha public
; approved aa reserve agenta for the Na
i tionai Bang or Cambridge.
J Homer Brown was today appointed a clerk
I In the Grand Island (Neb.) postoffice.
, Gaile Sutton, substitute; Nodaway, Charlea
' H. Simpson. Edward C. Kennedy and W. L.
j Stevens, regular. Harry J. Simpson. Frank
Kennedy and Charles C. 8tevens, substi
tutes. Robert E. Wiley has been appointed
substitute letter carrier at Iowa City. Ia.
Tba new kind of General Arthur cigars
will pleas rou If yon car for good elcara.
SEE MISSING MAN IN CHICAGO
tooth Omaha Man Who Leaves Bod.
dealy Waa In Thnt City on
HASTINGS. Neb.. Dee. 6. (Special Tele.
gram.) Frank R. Roberts, the young man
who disappeared so mysteriously about tea
days ago from South Omaha, where he
was employed as cashier of the Pacific
and American Express companies, hss been
located In Chicago. J. P. Roberts, father
of the young man. received a telegram to-
iday from Alfred Breach, an old-time Hast
ings boy now residing In Chicago, stating
that he hsd seen Frank Roberts on the
streets of Chlcsgo yesterday. As there wss
BO other Information la the telegram, It Is
not known whether be Is still In Chicago
or not. J. P. Roberts has taken action to
definitely locate his son and will go to
Chicago to accompany him home. The only
plausible explanation as to the young cash
ier's sudden and myaterious dissppearance
is that he must have become demented.
ENTERTAIN UNITED WORKMEN
Plattsmoath Welcomes Grand U
Officers aid Degree of
rLATTSMOUTH, Neb., Dee. 5 (Special.)
The annual meeting of the finance com
mittee of the Degree of Honor lodge of
Nebraska was held In the office of the
grand recorder. Miss Anna Hempel, In the
court house in this city yesterday after
noon. The reception to the stats officers
and also to the officers of the grand lodge
of the Ancient Order of Vnlted Workmen
was held In the Elks' lodge here last even
ing, after which all repaired to the An
cient Order of Vnl'ed Workmen hall and
were v. t loomed by Mayor Frank J. Morgan,
grand secretary of tba order. The Degree
of Honor team gavs a drill and Initiated
several new members. Mrs. E. H. Booth
gave an address on behalf of Star of Ne
braska lodge, which was responded to by
all the grand lodge officers.
FRESHMEN BOUND TO DANCE
Sophomores Try to Break it I'D, hot
Police Come to the Beacwe
(From a Staff Correspondent-)
IJNCOLN, Dec. 5. (Special Telegram.)
In an attempt to break up a dance given by
the freshman class of the State university
at the Fraternity building tonight, members
of the sophomore class scattered red pepper
over the ballroom floor and then cut tba
electric light wires. When it was apparent
that this would not stop the dance, a large
number of sophomores charged the dancehall
and attempted to gain entrance. At the door
was a guard of freshmen and a fight en-
1 sued. While the fight was at Its height a
riot call wss sent in for the police. When
the officers arrived the sophomores ran and
eluded pursuit. The pepper was removed,
lights were improvised and under the pro
tectlon of a detachment of police the dance
NEBRASKA STOCKMEN PROTEST
Want Cotnmlssloaa to Iaweatlsrnto Be
fore resets Come
ALLIANCE, Neb.. Dee. (.At a meeting
of many stockmen at this place It was de
cided to send a petition to congress and the
president, protesting against the Immediate
removal of fences from government laDd.
The petition also will request that 1 gov
ernment commission be sent to northwest
ern Nebraska to inquire into the conditions
there, the belief being that with a better
understanding the order to tear down the
fences may be delayed or rescinded.
Baft rage tanventton Electa OKIrtra.
TECUMSEH. Neb..' Dec. 5. (Special.)
The woman sotfrage convention spent the
morning in executive session considering
its plan of work for the coming year, which
was presented formally to the convention
this afternoon. Shortly b?fore noon the
executive session clcsed and the convention
proceeded to the election of officers, as fol
lows; President. Mrs. 'Clara A. Young.
Broken Bow; vice president, Mrs. Amanda
J. Marble, Table Rock; corresponding secre
tary. Miss Nelly Tsylor, Merna; recording
secretary, Mrs: Mary El Ward. Terumseb:
first auditor, Mrs. Mary Smith, Haywaid.
Chadron; second auditor. Mrs. Helen E.
Sterns, Humboldt; member of national ex
ecutive committee, Miss Laura A. Gregg.
Brakeaiaa Is Injnred.
TABLE ROCK. Neb.. Dec. 8. (Special.)
John Hill, a B. at M. brakeman. fell from
his train here lsst Bight and was severely
bruised, having a badly lacerated knee and
other serious injuries. He was not missed
by the train crew until Its arrival at Te
cumseh. He was cared for here and re
moved to his home st Tecumseh this morn
ing, where he Is resting as easy as could
Fonr Inches of Snow.
WEST POINT. Neb.. Dee. 8. (Special.)
Another light snow fell here lsst night,
making about four inches now on the
ground on the level. The storm has cre
ated no special Inconvenience, farmers gen
erally being well prepared for it. Corn ia
about all husked and ample preparatlona
for the wintering of stock have been made.
The weather la somewhat warmer today.
Ckargrd with Mnrder.
BRAINERD. Minn.. Dec. 8. Luiggl and
Polnella Rugglere were arrested in this cltv
today charged with the murder of another
Italian at Forsythe, Mont. The sheriff cf
that place la here to take them back.
Stoves Are to Be Higher.
COLUMBUS, O.. Dec. 5. The Ohio Vallev
stove manufacturers at a meeting here de
cided to Increase the price of Steves I
per cent, : i ! J
" on Bvtty Pioco."
Sawrw aca-x Warrmutmd i
If yoa bay Lcwney't Candies in tba
original sealed psckes yog will find them
ia pert act cocoiuuc, at money refunded.
"asocial" asserted . I lb. aac.: M lb. lie
'wwaii" ... I lt. OOc.; In. He
"aawrleaa aUaattM" I lb . aoc ; H Oc
Tlak.. "ramies" . 1b Kv- u m nOe
r-rareot-ma-aels"! c-- -c-
Caifrrs" .... I lb. Mc; H lb. 80c
TaWolal Pantr . . I lb. fcOc.; S lb. Site
faoealatt rr-orrwlats" Oc. and tic.
Haocwlals AlaaeaeV . lie, c and Ho
tsoaey! PacaVogos sew
PE-RU-NA IN THE
Protects the Entire Household Against Ca
Colds Cause Catarrh Colds Aggravate Catarrh
Neglected Colds in Children Often
Bring Disastrous Results.
Croup, capillary bronchitis, and articular
rheumatism are the special banes of child
hood. These al! alike result from catching
One child catches cold and scares IU
mother Into hysterics by having croup in
the dead of night.
Another child catches cold, develops a
stubborn ccugh that will not yield to ordi
nary remedies. The parents are filled with
for bod ings.
Still another child catches cold and de
velops that moat fatal malady of child
hood, capillary bronchitis. The doctor in
called, pronounces tha case pneumonia, and
f .v.. .wiirf ! lurk enough to live it has
'developed weak lungs frosa which It may
And yet another child catches cold and
articular rheumatism Is tha result. Ankles.
knees, wrists and elbowa become suaaenir
swollen and painful. A long disastrous ill
ness follows. The child may live and be
came convalescent, a miserable Invalid of
valvular disease of the heart. All theae
mlshapa are the direct result of neglected
cold. Peruna Is the safeguard of the family.
If a child catches cold, Peruna should be
A few doses of Peruna and a child's cold
Is gone. The apprehensions of the parents
flea away. The household is free from fear
Peruna should be keept in the house all
the time. Peruna should be keot In everv
house where there are children. Don't
wait until the child Is sick, then send to
the drug store. Hsve It on hand. Accent
CHf There is Nothing as Good jr
Dnt Believe Anyone Who Tells I mK W
v 1&C 3e SBre tt Have Pe-ru-na, and 2f,
Wsz'j x nave u Keaay uunnr ine in-
K jrrr clement Months of Fall
VnaJ and Winter.
In tha treatment of Private DISEASES OF MEN. to which
our practice la limited and to which our exclusive thought
and experience has been devoted tir more than 28 years.
WE GIVE A LEGAL WRITTEN GUARANTEE TO CURE
PERFECTLY AND PERMANENTLY or refund every cent
paid. If troubled with VARICOCELE. IMPOTENCY.
BLOOD POISON OR REFLEX DISORDERS It will pay yoti
to consult us at office or by Utter. CONSULTATION FREE,
and if you take treatment charges will be entirely satisfac
tory to you EVERYTHING- STRICTLY PRIVATE AND
W. A, COOK,
In Private Dlasa
CURED TO STAY CURED FOREVER
On account of Its frightful hldeousneaa Blood Poisoning is commonly called
tha Klr.g of alt Diseases. It may be either hereditary or contracted Once the sys
tem Is tainted with It, tile disease may manifest Itaelf In the form of Scrofula,
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Mrs. Wm. Bowman, Coon Raplda. Ia.,
"My little boy, Clarence, had catarrh of
the middle ear. Whenever he caught cold
be would be quite deaf and his ears would
be very sensitive to loud noises. I wss
afraid he would lose his hearing entirely,
and took him to different doctors, but none
seemed to help him. They aaid there was
nothing the rcstter with hla ears, when he
waa getting more deaf every day. I wrote
you for advice, and began giving him Pe
runa. Now I am thankful to say that be Is
cured. He can hear perfectly now. and is
well and hear?." Mrs. Wm. Bowman.
Mrs. E. L. Cbomer, 5249 Emerald Avenue.
Chicago, 111., writes:
' "Our little boy is three years old and was
taken 111. He was going Into a aort of de
cline. He had a cough that sounded like
an old man, lost bia appetite, was restless
In his sleep.
"From, the first day we gave him Peruna
he began improving.
"That was a month aro. He can ro
out now and there Is no danger of his
taking cold, for we" give him a dose of
Peruna before he goes out and when he
comes In. It Is the first time la two
years that he has been without a
cough. He has had chronic bronchitis
for two years but he Is better of that,
. "I can, have and will recommend Peruna
to my best ability, I remain a firm believer
in Peruna." Mrs. E. L. Chomer.
. Mrs. J. M. Brown, Dunnegsn Springs, Mo..
"My little daughter three years old was
troubled with a very bad cough which re
mained after an attack of catarrhal fever.
The cough was a great deal worse at night.
Sometimes she would wake up out of her
sleep and cough until I feared she could
stand it no longer. Nothing that we could
give her seemed to do her any good.
"I then concluded to send for Dr. Hart
man's book which I promptly received.
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112 South 14th St. Over Daily News, Omaha.
Then I began living her Peruna. She has
taken one bottle through which she hss
obtained a complete cure. She Is now as
well and happy aa a little girl can be. When
our friends say bow well she looks 1 tell
them Peruna did it. '
"I shall always be a friend of Peruna as
I consider It the best medicine for coushs
we have ever tried."
In a later letter she says:
"Our little daughter s ill continues ti
have good health since she has taken Pe
runa. We call her our Peruna babv."
Thousands of families in all parts of the
United States are protected esoh winter
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John II. Anderson, of Covington. Ga..
"This Is to certify thst my daughter.
Blanche Anderson, eight years of age. suf
fered with catarrh of the head for three
years while living In Massachusetts. At
timea it affected her eyes, so that she could
not bear the light, and would have to te
kept In a dark room for three and four
days. It finally Trent to her ears. . She be
came quite deaf, and one of her ears began
to discharge pus that was very offensive.
I wrote to Dr. Hartman and he advised me
what to do. I followed his directions and
today she la enjoying the best of heslth.
Her eyes and hearing are both good. I
heartily recommend Peruna for catarrhal
In a later letter he says:
"Your medicine has become a house
hold remedy with my family, and I
think Peruna has saved my wife and
mvBcu rrom pneumonia I would not
be without It for anything. I speak a
good word for it whenever I get a
chance." John H. Anderson;
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna.
write at once to Dr. Hartman. giving a full
statement of your case, and he will b
pleased to give you his valuable advice
Address Dr. Hartman. President of The
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