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TITE OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, DECEMDEIt 10, 1002.
LITTLE TALK OF POLITICS
People. Arannd the. Bute Home Appear to
Be All at 8ea at Preieit.
OLD SOLDIERS PROVE
Daman for Normal Sehools Com
aneaeesEarly, the Western Por
, tloa of tho Stat Bel Ha
tha First Deck.
fProm a Staff Corresnnn1rit.)
LINCOLN,,- Dec. 9. (Special.) There Is
Plate Board of Charities and Correctloae,
(114 with the governor tarler. And 1 h la at
tention la desired because the old soldier
bare not been behaving themselves prop
erly. There la roneldersble dissatisfaction
at the borne at Grand laland, the report
stated, and this la larsr-ly due to the habit
of the veterans frequenting the ssloons and
TROUBLESOME I other queatlonable reaortt Immediately
after rerelvlne; their quarterly penalona.
The soldiers' widows are also causing some
of the trouble, the report states, and It
recommends that the widows be serrt to
Mllford. The board recommends thst the
Grand laland home be turned over to the
Many Jails Fmpty..
The board reports thst forty-four coun
ties hsve no prisoners In their county Jalla,
ome conjecture going the rounds of the but tne otn,r JaJIi 0f the state there
state houee as to who win fill the various
appointive eflfces, hot on the surface there
Is apparent very little work being done by
aspirants. , f .
At presept there Is not sa much tslk
about the wardenshlp of the penitentiary,
and the oil Inspector plum as there wss a
week ago. Governor Mickey's announce
ment that he would not make any appoint
ments for these positions In the immediate
future wss evidently believed by friends of
candidates . for these places and conse-
are 288 prisoners. Of these fifty-nine are
In the Douglas Jail and twenty la the ban
raster county bastlle. In, the jallr of
twenty counties of the state there Is only
one prisoner esch. The state Is looking
after 1,006 paupers, of whom 630 are mates.
Lealalatloa Rreommtsst4. .-
The board recommends to the coming
legislature the pssssge of laws making U
a criminal offense for wife abandonment.
Juvenile courts and Indeterminate sentence
WATER SUPPLY THREATENED
8. tuition at Nebraska Citj, However, 8howi
CONDITION AT ST. iOSEPH IS CRITICAL
nanae la ( haaarl of niver at Latter
Polat Will Coat Water toni
aar Half a Million
quently what they are doing to land the law In connection with a reformatory, and
offices is not being discussed around pub- that marriage between certain classes of
lie talking plaoea. , people be forbidden. It wants a county
v At the state house there Is such an board of charities appointed and a home
absence of political talk that the Impres- established for the csre of crippled adults
slon Is given that considerable work Is
being done by the knowing ones.
The names of those who desire to occupy
The speakership chair are freely discussed
though visiting legislators seldom if ever
express an opinion of ths outcome or as
to who would be an acceptable candidate.
Among the names of the candidates fre
quently mentioned by politicians are: E.
B. Perry, Furnas; F. A. Sweezy. Webster;
O. L. Rouse, Hall; W. T. Thompson, Mer
rick; W. O. Sears, Burt; William Deles
Derner, Cane, and J. H. Mockett, Jr., Lin
coln. For president pro tern of the senate,
both Hanson of Grand Island and Richard
O'Neill of Lincoln are favorably talked of.
Talk of Clerkships.
For chief clerk of the house John Wall
Is being mentioned frequently by visiting
legislators, as Is Barnard from Table Rock
for first assistant.
For secretary of the senate two or three
names are being talked of, but these can
didates are evidently doing business with
In view of the large number of new leg-
and feeble minded persons.
Demand for Normal School.
S. H. Martin wants a normal school es
tablished In the western part of tho state
and has written to Superintendent of In
struction Fowler stating his reasons why
such a school should be established there.
Mr. Martin desires the coming legislature
to establish- the school, for he writes the
Normal school at Peru Is little service .to
the western section of the state. In that
part of the state there are twenty-elx coun
ties, from which only six persons attend
the normal at Peru. Besides that, he states
there are nineteen counties not represented.
Enclosed with the communication was a
map prepared by Mr. Martin, showing that
nearly all of the students at the normal
at Peru are gathered from the Immediate
iclnlty of that town and the southesst por
tion of the state The absence of any In
stitutions of higher education in the west
and northwest Is another argument ad
vanced by Mr. Martin.-
Home for Frleadlesa Report.
The report of Mrs. Sarah B. Sobus, su-
Islators, politicians say It would be a dlf- I cerlntendent of the Home for the Friend-
flcult task to predict the organization of I less, has been filed with the governor. Mrs.
The amount was $?t.W).S5.
look as though the county
without a delinquent Hsu
It begins to
will soon be
Golden Weddlnat In Rage.
BEATRICE, Neb.. Dec. .( Special.)
Mr. and Mrs. John Jobmann, old residents
of Logan township, this county, celebrated
their fiftieth wedding anniversary at their
home ten miles northesst of this city yes
terday. About one hundred guests at
tended the memorable event, among them
being friends of the couple 'from Iowa and
the two bodies. It is believed, how
ever, that many of the old clerks will be
selected again this year to assist the new
members in getting onto the ropes.
The amendment to (he revenue lawa will
occupy a great deal of the time of the sea-
Sohus reportnd that Inmates had been re
celvud Into the home up to December 1,
1901. and during the last year 123 had been
received. On the first of the month there
were seventy-two Inmates In the home. The
average age of the boys Is 7 years and of
slon and will be one of the most Important the girls 6 years. In the cash fund, which
matters discussed. ,g made by ti,e Mje COws, cinders and
Occasionally a legislator drops into town other things around the home, during the
to get himself located, but a majority of flrt vear there was accumulated $1,750.04
these are not yet sure what pet measure he an(1 aubursed $1,410.45. During the second
wants the legislature to adopt or what his y.ar the cssh fund amounted to $1,140.58.
.vu.mutfui. m. u "! n naa m loj tne disbursements from this fund
so ousy getting eiectea ne naa bad no op- $i 382.06. The total disbursements for the
portunlty to study needed legislation. agt re.r for maintenance, officers. em
No Insaranee Deputy Vet. ployes, etc., amounted to $16,896.98. The
Auditor Weston returned veaterria after cost per capita, based on maintenance, sal-
an absence of aeveral Hv. .nri hi. ary. etc.. was $174.74. For the second year
NEBRASKA CITY. Dc. . (Special Tel
egram.) The water situation is somewhat
improved today, but It is still far from sat
isfactory. The bar which has formed on
the west side of the river, where the com
psny secures Its supply of water, Is now
fully 2.000 feet wide, with only a narrow
Channel, about two feet deep, cutting It
From this channel the city Is being sup
plied. The company has had a ditch about
three feet wide and two feet deep cut from
this small channel to the Intake crib. The
water secured supplies one pump, and It
has been working constantly since the con
nection was made.
From the bar to the east side of the river
a heavy cable has been stretched and ties
and logs of wood attached to it to hold the
Ice and form a gorge.
It is hoped that In this way the current
can be diverted down tho small channel,
which will soon cut out so that all danger
will be past.
Chief Engineer John Noah said this morn
ing that he had enough water on band to
meet every emergency, and it is not at all
likely that it will be necessary to pump
from the lagoon Into which North Table
creek runs and which. It Is feared, Is unfit
The local management of the company
Is being severely criticised for Its lack
of preparation to handle Just such condi
tions as prevail at present, and while It Is
not likely that any more difficulty will be
experienced in supplying the city, the
opinion Is freely expressed that such means
as are now being used are merely tem
porary, and that the Intake pipe must be
extended over the 2,000 feet of bar to the
War Department Asked for Aid.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. Dec. 9. (Special Tele
gram.) This city Is threatened with the
same fate that has overtaken Nebraska
City and the water company has Inau
gurated a fight to check the ravages of the
For som? time the channel has been
changing back to the west bank, where It
ran years ago. Yesterday the river blocked
with Ice and the change is being wrought
An urgent request was forwarded to the
War department today asking that the
matter be given consideration Immediately.
The water company has decided to spend
$500,000 to prevent, if possible, the water
supply being .shut off.
The situation is growing serious and
unless something Is done at once ths sup
ply will be shut off and factories Will be
forced to close.
Grain of Corn In Nose.
TECUMSKH. Neb.. Dec. 9. (Special.)
One of John Waltetnath's children, the
family residing southeast of here, got a
grain of corn fast in its nose. Tho ser
vices of a physician were required to re
move the obstruction. When taken out
the grain had swollen to that extent thst
It was removed with difficulty.
Teachers to Hold Merlins;.
M'COOK, Neb.. Dec. 9 (Special.) The
teachers of Red Willow and Hitchcock
counties will bold a Joint meeting In this
city December 13. An Interesting and prof
itable program is promised. Deputy State
Superintendent McBrlen will deliver an
address and other entertaining things will
Beatrice to Be Well Represented.
BEATRICE. Neb.. Dec. 9. (Special.)
The Beatrice volunteer Are department is
making plans to send about thirty dele
gates to the state firemen's convention at
Crete in January.
Most Severe Weather of
Winter Usually Occurs
the disbursements were $15,852.12 and the
cost per capita wss $181.03.
Pressor for Pardons.
Much pressure Is being brought to bear
on Governor Savage by friends of inmates
of the penitentiary for pardons and the
pressure is worrying the governor not a
little. As a sample of some of the letters
being received by the governor this .morn
ing .he showed to a xepresentativa of The
Bee a letter written by a woman whoso
pected announcement of the name of the
man who is to fill Mr. Babcock'a place in
the Insurance department was not forth
coming. Instead. Mr. Weston salfl he had
no announcement to make. Speculation as
to who will fill the place la jnore general
around political headquarters at present
than any other gppolntmt.
- - VlrwaMa at, IdlorV Dome.
The old veterans who are living at the
Soldiers' home In Grand Island need at-
t'ndlng to. according to the report of the husband is now In the state prison. The
man has served six months of his term
It was said that strong drink drove him
to commit the act for which he was sen
fenced. A portion of the letter is as fol
It was not drink, but sickness that
caused it. 1 am clown with my lungs and
have been ill for the last two winters.
On account of my four children I have to
bo very careful of my health, but at
present I am unable to leave the house
and I need my husband. If he does not
come noon It will do neither of us any
good, for I will not be nere. l am trying
to fight off death for his sake and fr
the sake or tne children, nut 1 cannot on
so very much longer, l pray any ami
night that he might be here by Chrlstmn's.
Oh God, let him come. I want to ee him
once more. I pray day and nlcht that
God will let you see some way to grant
him a. pardon. Ll me see mm just ont o
more. He Is not a bad man. He was al
ways a kind and affectionate husband and
father, and. oh, Mr Savage, think of your
own dear on-tn and have pity on me, a
dying woman, and try to grant my prayer.
"Letters are coming In like that every
day and that is Just a sample of the misery
that is brought to my attention. What
can a man do? It there was only some way
to punish the guilty without injuring the
Innocent, but It seems there is not."
Aa the time for Governor Savage to
leave the state bouse draws near the num
ber of applicants Increase, and this morn
ing his office was filled with friends of In-
Done Fains, Itching, Scabby
CANCERS. SWELLINGS. PIMPLES.
SORK9 Permanently cured by taking
Botanic Blood - Balm. It destroys the
active poison In the blood. If you have
aches and pains In bones, back and Joints,
Itching Scabby Skin, Blood feels hot,
Swollen Glands. RIhIiiks and Bumps on the
Skin, Mucus Patches In Mouth, Sore
CRUSHED UNDER HIS WAGON
Edward Fry of Beatrice Found I.) Ins;
In the Itoad In a Dying;
BEATRICE, Neb., Dec. 9. (Special.)
About 9 o'clock thla morning Edward Fry.
agent for the Standard Oil company at thla
place, was found lying near his wagon on
the public road five miles east of this city
In a dying condition. Examination devel
oped the fact that the large freight wagon
had passed over his stomach, Inflicting
fatal Injuries. Medical assistance was Im
mediately summoned, but Mr. Fry expirej
before anything could be done to relievo
him of his suffering.
Mr. Fry during the last few years has
met with a number of accidents which
nearly cost him his life. He has been the
Standard Oil company's agent hero for
years, and was on hio way to Rockford,
this county, to supply his customers with
oil when he met bis death. He was about
E0 years of age and had lived In this city
for many years, where he was well and
favorable known. He Is survived by a
widow and two daughters.
At the Inquest held this afternoon
the Jury returned a verdict that deceascJ
cume to his death by falling from the
wagon which he was attempting to mount.
M. V. Drew, an employe of the Dempster
mills, had two fingers cut off and hi i
right band badly mangled today, while
ruunlng a circular saw.
Throat, Plmp'es, Copper-Colored Spots, all
i icers on any pan or tne Doay,
Eyebrows falling out. take
run-down, I'leers on an
Hair or Eyebrows I
lijtanle Umvu Dalm, guaranteed
to cure even the worst and most deep
seated rases where doctors, patent medl
clnes and hot springs full. Heals all
sores, stops all aches and pains, reduces
al'. swellings, makes bUiod pure and rich.
completely changing tn entire bod
y changing th entire body Into
cured tn.u7.u7.. after reaching "the it mates of the state prison, seeking pardons.
stages oi uiooa roison.
Old HueamatUn, Catarrh. Knema,
Itehtaar Hnmors, ttcrofoln.
ara caused bv an awful Poisoned condi
tion of the Blood. B. B. B. stops Hawking
and Bplttlng, Itching and Scratching ; cures
Itneuroaiisnv .tJatarm: neais a I scabs,
Scales, Eruptions. Watery Blister, foul
festering Sores: by giving a pure, healthy
Mood supply to anectet) parts.
Wood mini I'uraa ( aarern of all Klada
Suppurating Swellings. Fating Sores. Tu
mors, ugly U'ctra. It kills the Canrr
Poleon and heals the sores or worm cancer
'perfectly, "If you have a persistent Pim
ple. Wart. Mwetl r Sh"f
Pains, take Blood Balm and they will dis
appear before they deve'op Into Cancer.
Business Change at Nebraska City.
NEBRASKA CITY, Dec. 9. (Special.)
The Chicago Lumber company has sold its
yards In this city to Hogrefe ft Weller, who
will take possession January 6, 1903.
Children M it.
"My little boy took ths croup one night,'
aya F. D. Reynolds of Mansfield. O.. "sad
grew so bad you could bear him breaths all
over the house. I thought hs would die, but
a few doses of One Minute Cough Cure re
lieved and sent blm to sleen. That's tba
last we heard of the croup." One Uinutt
Cough Cure Is absolutely safe .nd acts at
nee. For cougns, coics. crocp. grip,
asthma anJ bronchitis.
The funniest fun is Ping Pong. Tables
are 30 cents an hour. Bee Building par
lors, 214 South Seventeenth street.
TELEPHONE OPERATORS MEET
Eight Hundred DelcKntes In Chlcatfo
for Purpose of Attending Sec
ond Annual Convention.
CHICAGO. Dec. 9. Nearly 800 delegates
to the second annual convention ot the
Interstate Telephone association assembled
this morning for the formal opening of a
three days' session, which will conclude
with a banquet this evening.
Over 3,000 Independent telephone stations
of the central states are represented and a
total Investment of caultal amounting to
$15,000,000. The first business session began
this afternoon. The early part of the day
being devoted to a reception at the hotel
and to preliminary work of the convention.
The Interstate association was organized
in a preliminary form in January of this
year and held its first convention in April.
It represents all Independent telephone ex
changes in Illinois, Iowa, 'Wisconsin, Min
nesota, Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Missouri
and Kentucky. An elaborate collection of
telephone apparatus and electrlcs.1 devices
is on exhibition in the hotel. '
Biting Winds, Freezing Galea, Damp,
Slushy Streets, Are Constant
Menace to Even the Host Ro
bust Health There See ma
to Be no Way of Entirely
The most careful person Is oftentimes
the one who suffers oftenest with colds and
A draught will creep In In spite of all care,
dsmp winds will penetrste, and sudden
sore-throat, full, puffy, stopped-up feeling
In the head, or a disagreeable hacking
cough will be the result.
Winter weather and colds seem but na
tural cause and effect.
There are a great many remedies for
colds. ' ,
Remedies guaranteed to cure a cold in a
day. to stop a cough Immediately are
plenty, but there is one remedy that not
enly cures coughs and colds promptly, but
fortifies the system against future attacks.
This remedy Is Pcruna.
Peruna not only cures a cold quickly and
permanently, but it so heals and streng
thens the inflamed mucous membranes j
that one Is much less liable to catch cold 1
than before taking It.
It is an Ideal safeguard for all winter
diseases. One-half the ills of winter are
caused directly by an Inflamed condition ot
the mucous membrane of some part of the
body. The mucous membrane lining the
nose, throat and lungs ara often affected
A remedy that acts beneflcally on these
inflamed membranes would be a logical
cure for these diseases. With healthy
mucous membranes no one need fear the
most severe weather.
Catarrhal diseases csnnot exist when Pe
runa is used, and kept on hand during the
Matilda Hogan, daughter of Postmaster
at Woodslee, Ont., writes:
"Following close upon a severe cold,
contracted a few months ago, I had con
stant dull headaches, considerable fever
and a feeling of extreme lassitude, soreness
in the Joints and loss of appetite and sleep.
I was simply sick all over, but two bottles
of Peruna cured me and made me feel alto
gether different. The bad symptoms disap
peared In short order and I was soon res
tored to perfect health, all through a few
bottles of Peruna. Since that time a mum-
ber of my friends have been taking Peruna
and all seem to feel well satisfied with the
results." Matilda Hogan.
Mrs. Chas. Steinecle, Stoughton, Wis.,
"My experience with Peruna has been
most pleasing. My carelessly leaving a
heated ball room I got thoroughly chilled
and caught a heavy cold which settled on
my lungs. I wore a protector, took many
remedies for colds without success. With
my other troubles I had catarrh ot the
head. Peruna was recommended to me,
and I bought a bottle, and soon began to
Improve and kept on taking it and it cured
me from all my troubles. I am most,
pleased to testify to its merits." Mra.
Pe-ru-na is a Necessary Safe
guard Against the Inclement
Weather ot Winter.
Visiting Countess Says:
"I Shall Not Tcrgct Pe
runa In My far
. . A. ns
" ''"I lisj' tkv
The aunless de Tunon. tmjr I W AmMl
WUIlevnitlm m 1 1 v a . KZ. , f M)wySA
can, I contracts J a ssvera c" I
which defied all efforts of my phy
clans. A friend advised me to try
Peruna and I decided to do so, only dU
to please the one advising it. Not on!
did my cough disappear, but my gen
eral health has wonderfully Improved,
enabling me to enjoy to the fullest my
American trip, and I shall not forget
Peruna in my far away home." Hulla,
Countess de Tunon. American address,
47 W. Chippewa St., Room 1, Buffalo,
8. Consul to Venesuela,
Almont Barnes, late United States Con
sul to Venezuela, S. A., ex-Chtef of Bureau
ot Statistics in State Department, now in
Bureau of Statistics In the Agricultura
Department, Washington, D. C, writes:
"Peruna Is not only a remedy for
catarrhal troubles, but equally as ef
fective for colds and aches arising from
the same. It is a most excellent tonic
for debilitated systems. Hany of my
friends have used it successfully, and
I have no hesitation In giving it my
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 ycur case, and he will bu
pleased to give you his valuable advice
Address Dr. Hartman, President of The
Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O.
OIH t ARAXTF.i:.
Bay a large bottle for fl, of any
drnsTKlet, take aa directed. Dot
aante Dlood Halm (B. B. B. always
cures when tho rlaht quantity Is
taken. If not cured your money
will promptly, be refunded, with
taifaedt, .BLOOD BALM CO. '
Uotanlo mood ll.klm 111. H. II.) la
Pleasant and safs to take. Thoroughly
testes for 30 years. Composed of purs
B'xanto Ingredients. Strengthens weak
klilneys and weak stomachs, cures dyspep
sia. Complete direction go with each
(-ol.l la Omaha by Boston Store Drag;
, la C'ouarll BlaSa by R. E. Anderson.
Iiao Broadway. In Sauth Oma-a by
Jlllon Drag Co., S4th and N,
Call ar writ any above stores.
lllood Balm swat by oaaress aa re
r . 1
'If YOUR DEALER TRIES TO TalX
YOU INTO THE MISTAKE 0" BUY INS
ANOTHER MAKE, WRITE TO US.
Released from Jail.
HUMBOLDT. Neb.. Dee. . (Special.)
William H. Till, who, as stated in theaa
dispatches about a month ago, waa ar
rested and taken to the county jail to
await a bearing on ths charge of embes-
Element of funds of the local Workmen
lodge, to the amount of $236, Is at home
again, having been released upon the pay
ment of the shortage to the truitees by
relatives of the accused. It wilL. be re
membered that ths Knights and Ladles of
Securities also cla'.med to have sustained
a loss at the hands of Till, estimated all
the way from $400 to-$700, but It- la not
known yet what action will be taken by tho
order In 'regard to the' shortage.
Itimi Will Not Bo Chanaed.
TECUMSEH. Neb.. Dec, . (Special.)
Fred L. Eamca has been appointed post
master of .the village of Smartville, this
county, vice John R. Riffle, resigned. Some
time ago a futile effort was made to change
the name of Smartville to Helena. . The
village was named aftsr Its earliest set
tler, Robert Smart, tor many yeara de
ccaaed. The reason for wanting to change
the name waa that to some people's ears
"Smartville" did not have a pretty ring.
The petition, ssnctloned by the district
court, for a change did not have the de
sired effect with higher authorities.
STARTING UP STARCH FACTORY
Managers Assure Nebraska City People
It Will Ron at Fall
NEBRASKA CITY. Neb.. Dec. .(Spe
cial.) O. E. Chamberlain, assistant gen
eral superintendent, and George W. TuU
tle, purchasing agent of the National
Starch company, were in the city today,
preparing to open the Argo factory here.
Tbey assured the people that the starch
works would open at once and that it
would be run to ita full capacity from the
start. This factory was closed about six
months ago and the report was then given
out that it would not be reopened. The
news that it is to resume operations Is re
ceived with joy by the cltlsens of Ne
braska City, who have felt that the closing
of the Institution would be a heavy blow
to the town. .The Argo factory has a ca
pacity of about 3,000 bushels of corn a
day and employs sbcttt 250 men. A short
time before it was closed down the plant
was overhauled and new machinery was
put in, so that at thla time no factory In
the country is In better condition to pro
duce starch. It is said that the boilers
will be clesned and Bros started under
them before the week is out.
Proatablo Susrar Beet Season.
M'COOK. Neb.. Dec. . (Speclsl.) Ths
sugar beet season Just closed has been very
satisfactory in this part of Nebraska. Over
(00 carloads have been shipped to Grand
Island from McCook alone. The yield per
acre under fair circumstances hes been
from Cfteen to twenty tons, and as high
as $5.25 per ton has beea received by farm
ers In thla region. Next year It is ex
pected the acreage of this season, tOO
acres, will be considerably increased.
Lira Stock Inspector la Baay.
TECUMSEH. Neb.. Dec. . (Special.)
W. B. Cass ot Lincoln, state laipector of
live atock, has found a great deal to do in
bis line la this county the past few days.
He Inspected 935 head o( sheep for Harry
Mershon and William Smith, and 100 held
for Harry Veraaw. The sheep were shipped
to the markets of St. Joseph and Kansai
City. Mr. Cass has also overseen tba work
ot dipping of hundreds pt head ot the sheep
Chora! inloa nives Concert.
TECUMSEH. Neb.. Dec. . (Special.)
The Tecumseh Chcrsl union of forty voices
made its first sppcarance at the opera
house thii evening. The members ot this
singing class hsve been practicing for sev
eral weks, under the direction of Prof.
Frank Fuhrer. The Tecumseh Military band
assisted In the concert wl.b a tew selec
Hons, as did ths local Mandolin club of
seven performers. A string quartet, com
posed cf Prcf. Fubrer and Mrs. E. B. Seaver
on violins, Charles Ramssy, viola, and
Harry Phelps, viollncello, gave three de
Greeley Snaday School Coaveatloa.
GREELEY CENTER, Neb.. Dec. . (Spe
elal.) The Greeley County Sunday School
convention was held at Greeley on Decem
ber and 7. All sessions of the convention
were very well attended. Prof. H. M
Stledley, field secretary ot the State Sunday
School association, took a very active part
in all aeaaions. His lec'ure Sunday evening
on the subject, "Ths Boy God Made," was
listened to by a very large congregation
to the delight and Interest of all.
Pay Taxes Promptly.
TECUMSEH. Neb.. Dec. 9. (Special.)
W. W. Wbeatley, makes the statement
that on the first of this month t' per cent
of ths total levy of taxes for the year
jfe" " '" .';" ai""'K 'wyw ;',' ! 'f.j't' amuisw a ui m mii 'w
rttei i. ft;-Jf a.I'.ja
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AND ALL KINDRED DISEASES
Swanson's "5-DROPS" will cure
Rheumatism In any of Its forms or
stages of development. Applied ex
ternally it affords instant relief from
pain. Taken internally it rids the
blood, tissues and joints of tha uric acid
Land other poisonous matter, which are
the causes ot the disease. '9-VKVfS"
never falls to cure Rheumatism,
Sciatica, Lumbago, Neuralgia or
Kidney Trouble. It has effected more
cures of these ailments than all other
remedies combined. It Ts the greatest
blood purifier ever discovered.
Sufferers from Catarrh and Asth
ma will find quick relief by the use of
5-DROP3.'' These two most dis
tressing diseases can be cured by this
remedy. Unlike almost any other
remedy it is used internally and also in
baled, thus giving a thorough systemic
treatment which affords early relief and
COLDS, LA GRIPPE.
To cure Colds, Coughs, LaOrlppe
and Bronchitis use "3-DROPS."
It cures La Grippe by immediately des
troying the (terms which cause the dis
ease. "5-DROPS" taken at bedtime
and in the morning before breakfast
will relieve and cure the most severe
Cough. It will break up a cold quicker
tnan any other medicine.
Cat this oat totmntt
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lo srnon Rheumatic Cur.
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aenil It prepaid on receipt of rrlr. it 00 ier
bottle. Largs SUs Bottle (J00 DosesJ (1.00
For Sale by drwrist.
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ISO Lake Street, CHICAGO.
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