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THE PIANO EVENT
OF THE YEAR.
4. Hospc's Poslf.va Clearing Out Sale
Of A'l P:no3 On Hand.
S'xty Days Cr Longer At Fac
tory Prices and Even Less.
Ten to Fifteen Pianos Are Being Sold
Daily At This Q eat Sa!e.
The Good Pianos At Cut-in-Two Prices
And Extremely Easy Terms
Is the Reason For This Extraordinary
Big Business. Open Evenings.
Vnouesttonahly tbts great "end of the
fear sale" Is the piano event of the year
and now that It li tn full progress the
knowing ones are taking advantage of it
In lnrge numbera. I
Many think It la marreloua, the amount,
or groat number, of plnnns that are being
anld at this sale, but when one atopa to
think that moat of people want good pianos
and that nothing but good pianos are bring
offered, and the prlrea are reduced on
many of tbem a third to a half and even
less. It Isn't any wonder the public la
taking advantage of this sale In large num
bera. We desire to aay that the number of
planoa and organa we can aell at greatly
reduced prlcea 'la limited and the time of
the aale la limited, and we advise an early
call from city people who are to need of
an Instrument while a good selection can
This sale makes It possible for purchas
ers to secure the best and most reliable
makes for even leas money than la exacted
for Inferior Instruments.
Every piano we aell la fully warranted
and entire satisfaction Is fully guaranteed.
The following are example of the bargains:
A new standard upright piano In a very
pretty walnut caae, lateat colonal style,
roll fall board, duet rest and third pedal
soft atop, former price $275; aale price,
only $150. Another In a fine mahogany
caae; former price, $300; aale price, only
$175; and atlll another in English golden
oak caae; former price, $325; aale price,
1190. Terms, cash or payments of $10 to
$15 cash, $5 to $t per month.
The "Knabe," Kimball," "Hallet Y
Davla." "Kranlcb & Bach," "Stelnway" and
"Llnderaan" planoa are the very beat pro.
duced In the world. The musical profes
sion accords tbem Brat place above all
At this aale elegant cabinet grand up
rights worth $550, $525, $450. $425 and $400
ire being closed out at $390, $360, $315,
1 298. and aa low as $235. Terma caah or
atymenta of $16 to $25 cash, $10 per month.
Oood upright planoa In lesa expensive
cases, former prtcea $826, $840 and $360;
tale prlcea. $185, $198, $225. Caah or terma
of $10 to $20 caah, $7 to $8 per month.
Used upright planoa, something Ilk
twelve or flftten to close out, moat all
makes, yet running In aale prices from $85,
(100,. $125 and $150. Terma to suit.
Five parlor grand pianos In the beat
of makes, Knabe, Kimball and others, at
greatly reduced prices.
Special cut prlcea on planoa players
Angelus,, Pianola, Kimball and Apollo.
Now It your time to buy a piano player.
Ther la nothing more fascinating than
the' use of a piano player. Drop In and
see what we can do for you now.
Organa for $10, organa for $15, $18 and
$25 worth twice the money. Other organs
brand new, to clear out. $31, $39. $47, $58
to $67, Payment $5 caah, $3 to $5 monthly.
Square grand pianoa, used, go at $25, $37,
4 to $50. Payments to suit purchasers.
This sale laata only ten daya. Store
1513-1515 Douglas St.
AND THE EAST.
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The) only double-track railway
Pullman Compartment and Drawing
room Sleeping Care, Dining and
BuAet-Llbtary Cars, Pre Reclining
Chair Cars, and fiat Day Coaches.
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
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AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Biuineu at Fackin? House Unusually
Oood for This Time of Tear.
LARGE EXPORT ORDERS EXPECTED SOON
Meat for oldlra la Philippines Will
Da Shipped from Magic City I"
I.arc Quantities la the
Loral packers say that while business la
unusually good for th s time of the year,
there is little export business. Inquiry
at the different plants In South Oraahi
shows tfcat there are but few shipments
being made to the Philippines or for that
mutter to any of the army posts in the far
E. A. Cudahy aaid yesterday that he
had filled all of the big government ordera
and that only amall quantities of canned
meats were being shipped by his company
to Manila at the present time. The 8wlfta
and Armours are in the same pcsttlon.
There la a moderate demand from the gov
ernment for- supplies packed at South
Omaha, but no ordera of exceptional alic.
One of the packers said that large ordtrs
from the government were expected about
March 1. These orders will have to be
fpeclally prepared for the foreign trade
and will consist mostly of extra cured
hams and bacon. Some canned meat will
also be used, and a large proportion of this
will be packed here by Cudahy.
During the past year all of the local
packrra have sent large quantities of sup
plies to tne Philippines and preparations
are now being made at the local plants
for the suing of the large orders which are
expected to come from the government
early In the spring.
The smoke houses of all the plant are
now filled with meats bring cured in antic
ipation of heavy orders for holiday times
and the beef butcher are doing tbelr best
to tastily dress corn-fed steers for the
Clerk Advertises (or Supplies.
City Clerk Shrlgley is advertising for
bids for suppllea to be furnhhed the va
rious city departments. He wants bids on
stationery, peddlers' tags, drugs, etc. Sup
plies for the fire department and lumber
for the street department will also be re
quested. As the form of the advertise
rnent is so vague, no special amount being
apeclfled, it I feared by city officiate that
but few bids will bo received. Until re
cently It has been the custom to buy in
the open market, but when the bidding
proposition came In under the new charter
It waa found unsatisfactory. The chancea
are that it will have to prevail until ther
Is a change in the regulations. One point
that holds bidders back Is the provision
which permits the counqil to reject any or
Templeton Goes Sooth.
R. A. Templeton of Tekamah, Neb., waa
a seller at the stock yarda yesterday. He
disposed of a large bunch of sheep which
he fed and sold at a good price. On Mon
day next Mr. Templeton and hi family
will go south to apend th winter. Mr
Templeton ia considered on of th moat
successful aheep feeder in th state.
Catholic Order Entertains.
Last night the Catholio Order of Forest
ers gave an entertainment and aoclal at
h troop armory. Several addresses were
given by prominent person and th music
waa excellent. Those who participated In
the rendering of th program were: Rev.
Father Fltxpatrlck, Mia Agnes O'Connor,
M. P. O'Connor, Mis Maud O'Nell, Thomas
M. Halloran, Mis Kearney and Miss Daugn
Foar Women Jailed.
Yesterday the police arrested four women
who were alleged to be of the half world.
Thry were frequenting saloon in resort on
Railroad avenue and the police were forced
to make the arreet because of disorderly
conduct. The women spent th night tn
Jail and will be brought before Judge King
today for sentence.
Farmer Are Nearllareat.
Farmer driving In from th country with
team are careless about the welfare of
their live stock. Within the last few day
the police have picked up a number of
team on the streets which were standing
without blanket for several hour. In such
caae the owner of the team Is not only
fined tn police court, but he Is compelled
to pay for the keep of hla team at a livery
barn while It la held there. Some farmers
come Into the city and hitch their horses
snd then ao on to Omaha on th cars, and
frequently they forget to coma back. The
local police do not propose to aee team
Buffer during the cold weather, and cons
quently policemen ou beats, have instruc
tlons to shelter horse left standing for
any length of time without blankets.
Maa-le City Ooasin.
A son waa born yesterday to Mr. and
Mrs. Martin jeuer.
The grain elevator at the Union stock
yarda la about completed.
Fred RemmlnKton returned yesterday
from a business trip to Wyoming.
Frank Clark, formerly atreet commis
sioner, is laid up at his boms with a severe
Vpchurcb lodge, Degree of Honor, will
IT IS IMPORTANT
To Know What Yoa Are Taklaa- Whea
Valaar Catarrh Medicine.
Catarrh 1 th short rout to consump
tion, and th importance of early and Judi
cious treatment of catarrh, whether located
In the head, throat or bronchial tubea, can
not be too atrongly emphasised.
The liat of catarrh curea la aa long aa the
moral law and the forms In which they are
administered, numerous and confusing,
from apraya. Inhalers, washes, ointments,
and salves to powders, liquids and tablets.
The tablet form la undoubtedly th moat
convenient and most effective, but with
nearly all advertised catarrh remedies It
Is almost entirely s matter of gueaa work
aa to what you are taking Into your system,
aa the proprietors, while making all sorts
of claims as to what their medicines will
do, always keep It a close secret a to what
The succeaa and popularity of th new
catarrh cure, Stuart' Catarrh Tableta, I
largely because It not only curea catarrh,
but because catarrh sufferers wty used
these tablets know what tbey are taking
Into their ayatems, Stuart's Catarrh Tableta
being composed of Red Oum, Blood Root
and similar valuable and antiseptic In
gredients, and are pleaaant to th taste
and being dissolved In tb mouth they take
Immediate effect upon the mucous lining
of the throat, naaal passagea and whole
i reaplratory tract.
The curea that Stuart'a Catarrh Tablet
have accomplished in old chroole caaea of
catarrh are little short of remarkable, and
the advantage of knowing what you are
putting Into your atomach I of paramount
Importance whea It la remembered that the
cocaine or morphine habit haa been fre
quently contrasted a the reault of using
secret catarrh remedres.
Stuart'a Catarrh Tableta meet with
cordial approval from phyatclana, because
their antiseptic character render them per
fectly safe for the general publio to uae
and their composition make tham a com
mon sense cur for all forms of catarrhal
All druggists sell tbem at (0 tents for
full sited packages.
meet tbls evening at Workmen hall and
Fireman James Brabltta of No. I noue
haa rone to Mlnneeota to spend a two
n c itnr rancral man rer of the
Armour plant here, ia expected home from
Blous City today.
FVUnrt. nf Wallace D. OodTrer will t
pleased to learn that hla condition was
much Improved last night.
nave Whitney was fined S3 and costs by
Judge King yesterday afternoon for operat
ing a dray wnnoui a license.
f'hl-r Hrlin nf the no Ice force Is con
fined to his home with a severe stuck of
spinal trouble caused by a fall.
II. C. Ilostwlck. cashier of the South
Omaha National hank, is expected to re
turn from an eastern trip today.
B. E. Wilcox was able to sit up for a
short time yesterday and on or .wo
friends were permitted to ee him.
Mox Terrell, one of the best known
colored vouthe In the city, was fined 16 and
costs yesterday In police court for fighting.
Mrs. A. M. BushnelU whose husband wss
killed In the bo her exploMon at Bwins in
Chicago recently, ia reported to be aerlously
The old Sloans building on Twenty-fifth
atreet adtolnlne- the city hail has been
leased to a laundry company for a period
ot five year.
Members of the Baptist church wtll hold
a rumtnut sale In rooms on Twenty-fourth
street between N and O streets on Monday
and Tuesday, December tb ana l.
Frank Jones, sarltary Inspector, was out
yesterday for the first time In a week. He
Is still under the doctor's care, but expects
to resume his duties within a few flays.
Councilman Brodeiick showed up at the
city offices yesterday afternoon looking
considerably under the weather. He haa
been aerlously 111, but his friends were glad
to see him out again.
B. W. Baylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. O,
Baylor, Twenty-sixth and H streets, died
yesterday, f uneral services win oe neia
at the family residence at 2:30 this after
noon. Rev. M. A. Head will officiate. The
remains will be forwarded to Grand Island
HIS MOTHER JSA STRANGER
Kenneth Coeper Wall av Proteat Whea
Coart Take Hint fraaa Foster
At I o'clock last night Kenneth Cooper.
aged less than 3 years, was carried through
one exit of the county court house, kicking
vigorously at the mother who gave him
birth and who then clasped him In her
arms. At the same moment there passed
out, by another door, a woman who 1 not
related to him, yet after whose retreating
figure ha wailed the endearing word
"mamma! mamma!" The second woman
was sobbing audibly and leaning upon the
arm of her husband, almost as much af
fected as waa she. For very obvious rea
sons Judge Ouy R. C. Read of the district
bench made his exit through a third door
at the same moment, pondering perhaps
over the law that forced him to cause the
separation that bad occasioned such a welt
ing of tetrs.
The Judge's decision had been given after
a long day of testifying and arguing In the
habeas corpus proceedings Instituted by
Maud Cooper to secure the restoration of
her offspring. Papers on file In the office
of the county Judge show that eighteen
months ago, when Kenneth waa 10 months
old she had affixed her signature to a docu
ment In which she stated that her husband
died August 9, 1900, and that she gave ber
permission to th Child Saving Institute to
give Kenneth into the eustody of John An
drew Balls and his wife for all future time.
On th stand yesterdsy she denied that she
had knowingly sworn to ber husband' being
dead, and explained that he had been
merely long absent and is now with her
agala and anxious to bear his share ot th
parental burden. Th husband In question,
who, Ilk all th other parti to th suit,
I colored, didn't appear to be very anxious
about that, or anything els on this mun
dane sphere, but willing to take whatever
th Judge and hi wlf dealt htm. On th
stand he admitted that he had been eon
lderabl of a wanderer and penetrated Into
the Jungle of th unknown, even as fsr as
St. Joseph, Mo.
When the Judge made his ruling he rep
rimanded the course of this wayward hus
band and father, but held that the tatter's
right to his child stilt existed and must be
conaldered, no matter what papera tb
mother may have signed and notwithstand
ing ths very good care given th infant by
Sails' wife and by Sail himself, who is a
butcher employed by Armour. Ths child
therefore went from the adopted mother he
bad known eighteen months to the natural
mother he had forgotten. Ths latter ia a
domeatlo at th home ot Attorney W. M.
McFarland, who acted a her counsel In
this caae, declaring that he knew her to
be a good and deserving woman and that
the baby now In controversy was born In
his house. Attorney Henry Murphy, for the
Salts Interests, will ask a new trial on the
ground ot faulty evidence.
LEAVES SOME FOR "ENGLISH
County Attorney Shield to Dispose ot
Only One of the lonth Omaha
A determination, reached after spirited
controversy fcefore Judge Baxter of the die
trlct bench yeaterday afternoon, makes It
most probable that Oeorge W. Shields wtll
prosecute Alonxo V. Miller on benait of
the stata and that Jamea P. English, suc
cessor to Shields InHhe county attorney's
office, will have to prosecute Kubat and
Schroeder, the other members of the South
Omaha school board agaloat whom ther
still stands charge ot accepting brlbea
from teachers for voting for a raise tn
the tatter's lalarles, and from a typewriter
company for putting In Ita machlnea. Mil
ler's trial waa put over until Monday, De
cember 22, and as the holiday ao aoon fol
low and Shledls" term expires December
tl, he wilt not, it s thought, have opportu
nity to complete th Hat of prosecutions
Incidental to the alleged boodllng.
Ed P. Smith and N. C. Pratt, counsel for
the defendants In all ths cases, stated to
a reporter yesterday, Just before the Miller
caae waa called, that they Intended to fight
the proaecutlon at every turn, and tbelr
Brat move waa an attempt to prevent the
county attorney's securing permission to
have endorsed on the complaint aa a wit
ness th nam of A. L. Lott, aecretary of
the hoard. They argued the point all morn
ing and upon being overruled, promptly
Sled aa affidavit asking continuance, on
the ground that the Introduction of Lott
as a witness would be a surprise to them,
it don at one, and that they needed time
In which to prepare th new portion of
The county attorney retaliated that he
did not see why they should make such
request, as ths stats intended to use Lott
and his books only to show how th board
members voted on th proposition to rata
teachers' aalarlea. Smith and Pratt de
clined to enter Into argument and the
Judge offered them until next Monday.
Smith then stated that be would be buiy
for aome time In Clay county, ao tb date
waa finally fixed aa December 22.
Smith aud Pratt then demanded that the
county attorney either proceed Immediately
with th proaecutlon of Kubat, or ela
agree to a continuance "la order that Mr.
Kubat may not be kept continually dancing
attendance upon th county prosecutor'
pleasure snd convenience." They expressed
a wllllngnes to proceed at one with the
Kubat caaea, but th county sttorrey said
be waa determined to have Miller' caa
tried Crat and would take the "continuant
horn of the dilemma." English, therefore,
111 find a legacy swatting him when he
steps Into office.
In court yesterday were many South
Omaha teachers sod their friends, ss well
ss Detective Baer ! Chicago, who worked
np th teachers' snd tb tpawrtter com
DISCUSSES " SHORTElTHOURS
Cirio Federation Plain to Harmonist
Wining Capital and Labor.
HANNA PLEApS FOR INDUSTRIAL UNITY
Scasktar Oppose Cmplsorr Arbitra
tion as Incorporation of V.L..,
Bcllevlagr Friendly Confer
.. Caa letars Desired End.
NEW YORIt!"pc. 10. Th annual eon.
farenc of the , Industrial department of
th National Civic federation was fcrovght
to a close today. The final subject of dls
ousslon was "Industrial agreements," in
which many of the most prominent dele
gates took part.
Th executive committe was empowered
to appoint a special commute to review
and report on all subjects discussed.
Secretary Easley read part of a circular
he bad aent to a large number ot manufac
turers asking them: "Do you regard It aa
a practical proposition to gradually reduce
hours by voluntary, uniform agreement
throughout a given Industry, provided th
employe agree to' abando? any arbitrary
restriction upon output T"
To the queatlon 820 replies were received,
671 of them being in the affirmative. Mar
cus M. Marks, president of tb National
Association of Clothing Manufacturers of
the World, taking the position that tb
short-hour dsy Is necessary, not only for
the employes, but for the mployer.
Oppose Incorporation of Union.
Samuel Oompers, president of ths Amer
ican Federation of Labor, spesklng ot the
claim that unions should be Incorporated,
said the auggeatlon was made for the pur
pose of affording an opportunity to mulct
them In damagea.
One of the greatest complaint organtted
labor had against employer waa tb re
fuaat of many to. meet and dlacuss their
grievances with the men.
Alfred Moseley aald It America should
sttempt to work upon tb eight hour plan
th result would bring about a deplorable
Industrial condition aa long aa England and
Germany continued th ten-hour day.
O. C. Barber, president ot the Diamond
Match, company, declared that present high
atandarda among American workmen were
not due to the labor unites, but to men In
all branches of business. Oreat Britain bad
loat Its Industrial supremacy because of
the strength of trade unions, which, he
aid, war going contrary to tb law of
The afternoon seaiion began wtth an ad
dress by Frederick Diiscoll. commissioner
ot the American Newspaper Publishers' as
sociation, in which hs presented a resume
of the efforts ot his association to reach
an understanding with tb union to pre
vent strikes and bring matters of disagree
ment to arbitration.
Mr. Drlacoll, among other things, said:
I have alwsya found both the presidents
of the Internationa; Typographical union
and the International Printing Pressmen's
snd Assistants' union aver readv to co
operate with me In adjusting differences
and settling trouble when It first arises.
By reason of this policy of mutual con
ciliation It la gratifying to be able to stste
that sine the establishment of our Indus
trial bureau there ha not been a single
strike in any of the offices of our members,
Th physical Ills and need of aa expectant
mother bar been tb them of thought and
study for ages, and all physicians know that
tier peculiar condition requires an additional
aid to nature , aa elatlcinr for th expand
isar muscles and a strengthengr for tb sinews
upon which is brought the ttrain ot child
weight; so that the little on shall have per
feet health and symmetry of form ; a lubri
cating; balm that will enable her to go about
with grace and ease; quiet and steady nerve,
and bet whole being acting harmoniously
for tb rood of herself and child.
MOTflLR S f ltW), if nsed diligently through
out gestation, will soften the breasts, thereby
preventing cracked and aor. nipples. All
tissue, muscles and tendon atraining with
burden will soften, relax, become soothed,
suppl and elastic from ita continuous spoil
cstion. Alt fibres in the abdominal region
will respond readily to tb exnandins; cover
containing the embryo if MOIKLR'S I RUM) ia
Of Srufstit St OO yn bnttl.
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J. W. Jenks, profesor of political econ
omy at Cornell, said:
Legally th rike breaker Is right; he
may work for whoever he will. Morally
h may be right or he may be wrong.
Specialisation Injarea Health.
Oeorge N. Barnes, on of th English
delegates la Mr. Moseley's psrty, spoks tn
favor of piece work, properly regulated,
and against unregulated piece work. He
believed specialisation bad reached a point
la America where it wss prejudicial to tb
health and welfare of tb workmen
Senator Kaona, la dosing ths discussion,
declared himself opposed to tb incorpora
tion at labor unions.
Ha declared himself opposed to compul
sory arbitration. The aolutlon ot tb labor
problem would result from tb conference
of employer and employes, with tb one
desire to do wbst was best for both.
Th committee then went into executive
session and edleeted th following officer:
Senator Marcus A. Hanna, chairman; Oscar
8. Strausa, first vie president; Samuel
Oompers, second Tie president; Cornelius
N. Bliss, tressurer, and Ralph M. Easley,
It was also decided that th committee
should bold Beml-annuat meetings here
after. In May and December, and that local
organisations ahould be established la all
the larger cities for the purposs of carry
ing on th educational work ot the federa
tion. "TANK KEE" DIES IN OMAHA
Well Known Lcrer on Chinese gnh
Jects Expire mt Hotel In
"Oeneral" Oeorge W. Bailey, better
known aa 'Tank Kee," the lecturer who
has traveled the United States ' for tb
psst twenty-five years, discoursing upon
China and subjects pertaining to that coun
try snd Its Inhabitants, died suddenly
Wednesday noon at the Drexel hotel. He
bad arrived In Omaha from the Black Hill
and waa to hav lectured In South Omaha
December IB and 1. He wss subject to
heart failure, and bis death Is said to
bar been due to that affliction, though It
Is claimed that a slight overdose of chloral
which bs la said to have sometimes used,
baatened bis demise. Hs predicted his own
death during the morning and shortly be
fore noon ssked to have C. W. Bralnard, (
general missionary or tne state lor in
Baptist denomination, sent to bis bedside.
At noon bis prediction proved true. The
deceased waa th possessor of a On col
lection of Chines curios. Hs wss (4 yecrs
of ags and la survived by a wife, who re
sides tn Watervllle, Minn. Upon ber re
quest the remain have been prepared for
burial and will be ent to that ctty today.
The following marriage licenses wers Is
Nam and Residence. Age,
Jewett J. Beasey. Elk City, Neb U
Anna C. Richardson, Elk City, Neb IS
Horace 8. Campbell, New York City.... 23
Minnie Walllngford, Coffeyvllle, Kan.... U
Isnae D. Morse, Crofton. Neb b
Elisabeth Hammond. Badlands, Csl U
George Ehler, Omaha St
Albertlna Rrnatrum M
Hugh A. Bonner, Wayne county, Neb.... 26
Gertrude Busklrk, Wayne county, Neb.. 2s
John Blomgren, Oakland, Neb 67
Ingra Marl Bwanson. Oakland, Neb 41
Oeorge P. Duma 11, Omaha 26
Mattle L., Oravea, Omaha tt
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You hav been to Europe.
You hav aeen California and
Colorado. Why not try Mex
ico T It Is worth while.
Th curious archltsctur;
ths vast plasss, wbr th as
tir population of th elty
gathers nightly to listen ta
th stirring strains of a mili
tary band; ths rara beauty ot
ts women; ths ptcturssqus
sttlrs of ths men; the primi
tive methods of agriculture
thess ars only a few of the
scores of things that can be
a and enjoyed In Mexico
Cut out this sd, send It to
us, snd ws will mall you a
book about Mexico. Tell
just what you want to know.
Ticket Office, 1323
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1 Hammond. La
1-Daylona. WaT....... .10
1-Tatnpa. Fla....... 4?
t Palm Beach. Fla
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s-French Lick Spring, Ind .
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Round trip ticket on sai to nearly
all points In tb aouth snd southeast,
lopuver allowed Both goin ana re-
'"Attention I called to th "Dili
Flyer, ' a through train via Nashville,
Chattanooga. Lookout Mountain, At
lanta and atacon. to Jacksonville. Fla.
llomeseeker tickets, at rat ot on
fare, plus KM, on sale first snd third
Tuesdays of each month, to points in
Tenneasee. Kentucky. Mfssiailppl,
Louisiana. Georgia. Alabama, etc
Con espondenc invited and Informa
tion cheertully given. Get copy of aur
...... .ir, , I illustrated booklet, muh,.
point of Interest in the Hunnr South,
st 14U3 Farnam Bt.. Omaha, Ken., or
writ V. RiLl,
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Trant aU form stf
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j HI remark M .
i i eaa has narar bn
equaled and every day brtna snanr flatter
ing reports ot the good he I doing, r ta
rUt a haa givn.
Hot Spring Triatcsnt fcr Syphilis
And all Blood Pwtaons. NO "BRKAKIIVQ
OUT en th aUn ar fno and all eaUraeJ
algn of th disease dlaappear nt onoa.
BLCOD DISEASE 'SZT&sXJ'
UvtK ao.uoj rriajri
Viw.ii, uumuiu dlaohsfg a. O'tatvtr.
Ulmu klaaay snd BUer 1 see is Hj
dracsi. uUICK CURX9-JLOW CHAROKA.
Treatment by nuOL f. O. box 1 OdU
Crar li a. lata sweat, bain fa
ucia uia, jXaUHA,
twn ata-MM a4
Ths Orand Canyon or Arlsona. Tb
gTt round world baa nothing Ha
It. Comfortably reached by rail en
th way to California, say day la
th year. Excellent hotel and af
"Titan f Chasms'" pamphiet anal lad
tree r send to for beautiful Orand
Canyon book with Illuminated eovar,
containing special article by noted
traveler, authors snd scientist.
Addres Fsnger Offlo, Atcjilsoa,
Topeka Santa F Railway, Dm
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