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THE OMAHA DAILY 11EE: SEN DA? , FEI.UUAItY 15, 1903.'
THE VALUE OF CHARCOAL
Weanl Ka( Haw taefal II la la
rmmlti Health and Beauty.
Nearly everybody Vnowa that charcoal U
tha safest d4 tnrmt efficient disinfectant
and purifier In nit tiro, but few realise it
value when taken into the human system
for tba .am cleansing purpose.
Charcoal la a remedy that the mare yon
take of It the better; It la not a drug at all.
fcut simply absorb the gases and Impurl
tle always preaent In the stomach and in
teatlne and carrlea them out of the systara.
Charcoal sweeten the breath after amok
lng and drinking or after eating oniona and
ether odoroua vegetable.
Charcoal effectually cleara and Improve
the completion. It whitens the teeth and
further acta aa a natural and eminently
It abaorba the Injurious gases which col
lect In the atomarh and bowel ; It dialn
fecta the mouth and throat from the po aon
of catarrh. '
All druggist veil charcoal In one form or
another, but probably the beat charcoal and
the mot for the money I Stuart' Ab
sorbent Lozenge; they are composed of the
fineat powdered willow charcoal and other
barmlea antlieptlca In tablet form, or,
rather. In the form of large, pleasant t eat
ing lotenges, the charcoal being mixed with
The dally use of these lozenge will soon
tell In a much Improved condition of the
general health, better complexion, aweeter
breath and purer blood, and the brauty nf it
), that no poastble harm can result from
their continued use, .but, on the contrary,
A Buffalo physician. In speaking of the
benefit of charcoal, aaya: "I advise
Stuart' Absorbent Loaenge. to all patlenta
uttering from ga In the atomach and bow
el, and to clear the complexion and purify
' tba breath, mouth and throat; I also be
lieve the liver Is greatly benefited by th
dally use of them; tbey cost but twenty-five
centa a box at drug atorea, and although In
eom sense a patent preparation, yet I be
lieve 1 get more and better charcoal In
Stuart'. Absorbent Lozengea thaa la any el
the other charcoal tablet."
WIN I100RS IN GYMNASIUM
Young Atajetet Get Their Kamei oa tie
Y. U 0. A- Bulletin.
WHAT IS NECESSARY TO WIN A PLACE
Individual Teat that Make the Rec
ord oa Which Award Arc
Made Reqalre Skill
ctraight through by regular system, and
th team with the highest steading at the
end wlna first honors. In each event first,
second and third place la acored. First
counts S point, aecond 1 point and
third 1 point. Lest Monday wa the In
auguration of the acheme here. .The teams
are named byVutnbers.
On Monday five event were completed.
These were the relay race, the tug-of-war,
the broad jump, the crab race and the un
derswlng. Of these the broad Jump and
the underawlng were Individual events, the
reet team affairs. At the clote of the fl rat
night team No. , Captain Lee,' lead with
17 point. Team No. 8, Captain Myers, 1
aecond with 1 ' points, and team No. I,
Captain Frankfurt, Is third, with 15 point
Three aturdy High achool lade, Harry B
Counseman. Ben Cherrlncton and R. C
Patterson, are the flrat to have their name I The three leader are ao ciosa, aa to d
placed on the athletic and avmnaatlc honor practically a tie,
roll at the Young Men Christian aasocia- In addition to the acoree by rank In the
Hon gymnasium. Thle roll la a new fea- contest the presence of each man on a
ture Installed by Physical Director Pent- team counte 8 polnta to start with on each
land, and 'bid fair to do more for the eveulng of the aeries. Thl Is done to put
actual building ud of Intereat In athletics I an actual premium on attendance, and al
than anr other plan eould have done. To ready team No. ha benefited by It-J
get on the honor roll a man must have Team No. 8 had only four men present last
made third nlac In aeven out of twenty- Monday night, and at tbatVnade i point.
thre event. Each event haa regular fixed Team No. 6 made IT polnta witn six men
marks and record for Href, aecond and bn hand. Had No. 8 had six men or more
third place. One flrat equal three thirds, It would be In the lead now, aa its actual
one aecond equals two thirds. Thus, If a athletic work for the evening aurpassnd
man made a first and two aeconda he would I that of No. 6 by 1 point.
get on the honor roll lust the same aa a
man who made even thirds. But thoe I It 1 hardly expected that a full attend-
who can make a first In any event are rare, ance 'on the part of all teams will ever
for the record, although not 'the highest, I be secured, aa there are ao many men par-
or the world'a records, are still mark to I ticipating that some are ure to be absent,
reach. The roll haa been In operation I But this causes no embarrassment to apeak
some three weeks, and during the last I of save In one ar two of the team events.
week the three High school youthe all Of course. In. the tug-of-war a team of
earned places on It. the roll la bulletined I eight, or alx can easily walk away with one
on the wall just outside the gymnasium I of four, but that does not obtain necea
door In the main ball, a prominent place, sarlly In the running team races. In these
and la about alx feet by ten, ao a man's each man' work la so little that the men
nam will be seen If he ever gets It on I can double up and take a second ahift with
there. Others are working for the dls- I practically no detriment to the team'a
Unction and more name will follow. I speed. In the relay race each man runa
but twice around the gymnasium track, and
HEW LIFE TO BEN
Of th twenty-three event four ar gym- with four men preaent they can have rest
nastic. They are the parallel bars, Hhe enough during three men'a performance
horizontal bars, the horse and calisthenics, to- take on a aecond whirl.
In theae, of course, no record or mark On the night of the next round of the
can be act. but the candidates undergo an carnival four more events will be decided
examination In technique on each piece of 1 and the last three on the last night. Five
apparatus Involved. It la underatood, too, of the additional aeven events will be a
that the topic, "parallel bars," Includes all I rope climb, high Jump, hitch kick, potato
work on ladders and hlh parallels aa well. I race. Back race.
The l onar Bought "Elixir of Ufe.V Dl- an(j tne t0p, "horizontal bar.V tncljdfa.) In the event of last Monday night team
coverea or uerman ana Knsiish the flying and traveling rings and trapeze i No. 8 took first in the relay race, no. io
work. The other nineteen events are all nrst In the tug-of-war, No. 6 second in the
athletic, belna: Pole vault, atandlng high, tug-of-war, Marshall of No. 2 first In the
lumn. standing broad lumn. two atandlng broad Jump, No. 8 first In the crab race
broad Jumps, three standing broad Jumps
atandlng bop, atep and Jump, potato race,
Physicians Not Only rroloa
Life, Bat Gives Man the Vigor
and Vitality of a Dull.
e,i. c-e r-. t . m- .!. alarming aop, aiep auu jumi, pn.iu
Sample Sent Free To Any Man Who T , torow underwing..high Jump from
nin nrucrur ii. spring board, running high Jump, rope
After year of research, eminent physlcltns have I climb, hitch kick, horizontal bar, mil run,
at It Jlscovsrl a remedy which I Indorsed by ,not put, fence vault.' ball throw.
th mains member of th metncsl profession nr -,,-.- , wo1,m ha axneeted to
permanent la It Bct.. Th principal Ingredient I - , . , . , ,,, .k.
uT.a animal ..tract Uk.n from healthy youn, bulla. et nr,t ,n " of th" bu PU"lD tne
it la acicntiocaiiy nranared br th. best chamtat. la requlrementa for enrollment on the honor
th world. Th. reputation of th. institution la auch Hat down to aeven-thlrda of the whole, list
that all phriiclana know when they stand aponaor I makes It a possibility and an Incentive for
tor a remedy, that remedy must b. exactly aa r.p- I everyone to try. A third Beta a blue atar
rwetited. And wh.n upon th.lr imputation they , . ,..netla column, a aecond a red
J n..k. th. at.t.m.nt that Vitality Pill, will cur. all-1, flrft Aftw , m,n h
and weakness ot any n.tura ot th. nerve or se.ul ven blue Stare oppoalte his name he
or,a, V cur. must b. poalttr. and perm.n.nt. keeP on to flU ,UP tha whole llne
wim aiara ui auiuo tuiur ur uiurr, iuu
on who get a tar In each of the twenty
three space opposite the, different events
la a star all-round athlete.
No. second in the crab race 'and Charlea
Morrison of No. S first In the underswlng,
LAWN TENNIS PLAYERS MEET
Elect Officer, Modify Role and A p-
point Place for American
NEW YORK. Feb. 14. The sixty-second
meeting; of the I'nlted States National
Lawn Tennis association was hld at the
Waldorf-Astoria tonight. Dr. James
Dwiaht of Boston DreKlded. The commit
tee appointed to report upon a new rule
governing a "let ball reported unfavora
bly on any change and the report waa
The election of officers resulted aa fol
lows: President, Ir. James Dwlght; vice
Dreaiaent. tt. v. wrenn. mew xorx: ireaa-
urer. Richard Btevens, Iloboken; secretary.
H. E. Prenby, Boston. Kxecutlve com
mittee: W J. Clothier. W. A. Lamed
Hrr Cnunaeman waa the first on tha I Dwlsht N. Davis. Malcolm Whitman. T
list. He haa aeven polnta. five thlrda and w . Olaaebrook. B, D. Little and Gray Col-
one aecond. They ar third in two atandlng x number of minor -changes were inade
broad Jumps, parallel bars, horliontal bars, 1 in the rules governing service and the
horse, fence vault, and aecond In th un- ch"f ln ' "f, "l!!"',. , . hoM
derswlng. Ben Chjerrlngton waa aecond on plonehlpe, the dates to be made later, were
the list. He haa ten polnta already,, lead- announced aa toiiows: Metropolitan cnanv
log the other... Ch.rrlngton mad flrat In "fr. Tnd' wren's "chain
the underswlng and third in th standing plonshlD. , Marlon Cricket club. Phlladel
high lumn. atandlng broad Jump, running phla; Middlesex championship. Orange
This eempany will sand rv.ry psraoa who Is U"k
lng In vitality ot ths n.rvas or snual organ i
ample treatment staolutaly fpa. Thar. Is but on.
Athletic club: mixed double and women',
singles, Philadelphia Cricket club; Indoor
championship, singles and doubles. Seventh
Regiment Athletic crab; rational champion
ship, at Newport; South Atlantic atatea
chamDlonshiD. Atlantic Athletic club: trl-
state championship, Ohio Lawn Tennis
high Jump, fence vault, parallel bars, horl.
xontal bare and horse. R. C: Patteraon Is
the latest, man on ths roll. He has seven
points,' having made flrat In tbe under
awing and third In tbe ' fence vault, th
narallal bara. the horliontal bara and tha club. Cincinnati: southern states cnamplon
I . . "... ... .vr. ,. hlD. New Or leans Lown Tennis club
lt tor a ganuln. medlcln.. and that Is th. r.- nor.e. is xnougni inat mm. nonor run weg,er championship. Western Lrwn Ten
suits ahlch sr. obtained by Its uaa; It It cures, tha will prove a great institution at tne gym- ma 'association, Chicago; MassachuSKets
disaaa. for which It la prepared. It Is true I naslum. and that It will be the most .popu- I state championship and eastern doubles,
remedy. Thl la ths test br which ths Missouri ar moAt 0f exe(tng intereat Xn athletlca 1 Kongwooo v-riLet liuo.
urug company wisn m.ir aampia ins irMtm.nt to ir- tried her
b tried. Altar uaini viulitr pllla for a ahort tlm. Bn1 gymnaatic. ever tried ner.
a man will find aaw Tlor In bla organa, new lore t i
ib oia muaciaa, now oiooa in nil vawa, aaw amoi- i , .... a.-
lion: a new man In vltalllr. health sod SDDearanc. On last Monday night th flrat aectlon
viuutr puis nave a peculiarly gratatui enact and I of the mM-winter atnietic carnival oc
tna pautmi leaia ins oenani auar lta urai l) a uaa. I .h. Vnnn M.n'a rbel.tl.n ..
aoclatlon gymnasium. This affair will ex
tend In a aerie, of three aectlona through
out the month. The next night for meet-
it guaa dlr:t to th. aval of th. trouble, no matt.r
of how long atandlng. giving atrangth and develop
ment where It la needed. Thla marveloua remedy
banlshea all feeling ot bashfulnesa toward tha oppo.
alaa sex. cures alk th. 111. aud troublea that com.
CHICAGO BEATS ILLINOIS
Rival 'Varsity Athletl Tearaa Contest
on Indoor Track" In Manx
CHICAGO, Feb. 11. Chicago university
TRUSTS AID . SOCIALISM
Orcfscnp Eayi Consolidation is Wedding
Tublio to Oollectivs Ownenhip. ,
CORPORATE CONTROL IS ONLY REMEDY
Antl-Cnnabln Meaaarea Taaaed y
(esgrris Are Dahbed Ineffcctnal
aad Only laefnl to Trained In
vestors and pecnlntore.
ANN ARBOR. Mich.. Feb. 14. Judge
Peter 8. Oroescup of the t'nhed States cir
cuit court of Chicago, lectured before th
University of Michigan Oood government
club tonight on "The New Nation."
Hla speech waa In part as tollowa:
In the nil turn of thlnas we tmit expect
that men who do rot ee their way clear
to an Improvement of their conditions un
der the old form of Industrial liberty will
sympathise with any syetem that promises
aomethlng new. The separation of labor
rrom proortetorehlp is tne moei unrepuo
llcan and menacing fnct that now con
fronts the American people.
Trnata Accentuate Menace.
The consolidation Idea has thus far ac
centuated this menace and by narrowing
the personnel of the proprietorship It is
detaching from the frlenils of property the
great liberal body of citizens. However, we
may wihm it. this oin-time conservative
force will awing In time to those who al
ready oppose the Institution of property
and give to socialism Invincible allies.
Our first duty la to wake up td th reall
tleaapf -the situation, and our next to put
the forces of Industrial freedom In order.
Not until we have done this, not until the
time when the pronerty-itequlrlng Instinct
of the country Is again on a baHia fair
alike to all. can we rest assured that the
outcome, of the encounter need be no longer
Hut what la such fair basis? Will the
people under anv conditions, to any large
extent, enter the Held of corporate owner-
enipr These are practical Inquiries that
rise naturally to mind. 1 believe that once
corporate organization and management is
cleared or thimble-rigging and pltiaiin, so
that th fortunes of an enterprise will be
bound up solely In the vicissitudes of the
business itself, the American people will
be ready to take up again their share In
the proprietorship of the country.
- I.aWa All Ineffcctnal.
The measures In congress make no
change In the basis of corporate organi
sation, they exhibit no purpose, at leaai,
no controlling purpose, to widen the pro
prietorship ot the country. The publicity
proposed la confined to the gathering and
publication ol statistics, vaiuaDie poasmiy
to the speculator or trained Investor, but
worthless to the ordinary man who may
be seeking ownership.
What la needed Is the Intervention o
government aa trustee, not as mere nv;j
gatherer, a guaranty that when a corpora
tion la created its creator haa seen to It
that. It la fairly organized.
But though we cannot expect adequate
legislation now. It will come. Unless I am
greatly deceived the American people will
not pull down the Industrial edifice. Hut
any policy calculated to merely temporize
will with eaual conclusiveness be rejected.
there will be no room when the public mind
is made up for the diversions of the po
. And the neODle of the United State will
Tn time come face to face with the full
significance of the situation on which they
are entering and It will be made- plain that
but ' for some far reaching recoastructlon
of our corporate DOllcy we are on our way
td noclalism or to a form of government no
longer republican. Then a determined pfib-
Uc Wll set our house in order: re-estatlln
It on the secure foundations of popular
proprietorship and Industrial lloerty.
TUB HAIR BRISK.
hav been abundant. It la a custom; It I
part of the every-day banking hlatory.
Seldom 1 a bank wrecked by It. "Iht
Iomc resait thla court ha no oppor
tunity, ot learning. But th practice la
vlciou. la the eye. ot the law. It I dan
gerous for the bank certifying and those
receiving the checks."
The charge on which the bank official
were convicted wa. the outcome of the
collapse of the Seventh National bank In
June, 1H01. It wa. found that tbe bank
had systematically over-certified the pa
per of the brokerage firm ot Marquand
Co. and the shrinkage of the value of the
firm', collateral left the Institution a loser
In the sum ot $1,400,000.
OLD MAN PLEADS INSANITY
Jnry In Mnrdcr Trial After Hearing;
the Evidence lalla tn
CHICAGO. Feb. 14. The Jury in the Bre
mer murder case disagreed and were dis
charged today. The trial, which attracted
considerable attention, wa. th outcome of
the shooting ot Lewi Mitchell, an attorney,
by Robert Bremer on May S, 1902.
Mitchell wa. seated In hi. office when
Bremer entered and fired two toot at
Mitchell, with fatal results. No one saw
the shooting or heard the conversation
which led to It. Paneled Jealousy 1 .up-
posed to have been tha cause.
Mitchell wa. the attorney for Mr. Bre
mer and wa. preparing for certain litiga
tion. The latter frequently visited his
office. These visit, led Bremer to belter
the attorney waa alienating hi. wife', af
The age of the white-haired defendant.
who wa. 75 years of age, elicited much sym
pathy on hi. behalf throughout the trial.
The plea of the defen.e wa. insanity.
YOUNG CERTAINLY ' INSANE
Murderer la Prononnced br Doctor
Both Mentally and I.eaally
OSSININd, N. Y., Feb. 14. Dr. Caven.
the rrlson physician at Sing Sing, today
examined William Hooper Young, who ye.
terday commenced his Ufa sentence for th
murder ot Mr. Anna Pulitzer.
The doctor found, a. did thh New York
physicians, that Young wa medically In
sane and legally insane, loung . conai
tlon, the doctor said, waa du to the ex
cesslve use of morphine and cigarette.
ASK CONVICTS TO MAKE ROADS
Detroit Convention Think Criminal'
Labor. Might Well Be Tnrned
DETROIT, Feb. 14. The use of con
vict labor to build roads wa. today en
dorsed by the convention of American
The Brownlow bill providing for the ap
proprlatlon of $20,000,000 by th govern
ment for the building of good road. wa.
from mi ) Duea, exueea oi overwork ana ousioeea i ' vH n eiri a v Whenarv 1 nit I .v"v'. r v-""-
r.r- .ii T o whirh re.uit in nremature iamm of ,n on Wednesday, FeDruary IS. and defeated Illlnol. university in the Indoor
atrangth and memoir, .mlaalons. Impotence and I tbo next after that on Friday. February I athletic contest tonight. Hail of Chicago
varicocele, vitality rills win effect a cur. at any I xhe carnival la another of the dlvertlae. I cut eight aeconda from the western col
a: thera Is no caa. that It win not cur. per- . . a,v... tm ... , I leglate Indoor record In the mile run.
manenujr. except wnerw epiieper or ineaniir oaa I iyvu.e (ii.uu.u m; n'"iuu vhvvivi cut- I gummartea
.. -- "",,". 7 lana to eLcourage ana .ttmutat intereat I Thirty-nve-yara 'dasn. nnai neat: Blair
FiZlr&lX in athletics. It 1. participated In by t ' t?,?,l,;!''lS, 't"
-P. team, of'.lghf athlete, each, chosen from RS hf ' VlftFcV -V?
cenulne and' no eaibarraaaln oueatloas aaked. Write I carnltUtl- Th Contesting team are Scored
today to tit Mlaaourl Drug Co., 461 Broadway, St. I '
ljoule, Mo., and recelv. th. sample treatment free;
their book which I. alao tre ao aent with tha free
treatment, will explain how to Uka the treatment
la private and cure jrouraeif at aonra.
A DAILY NUISANCE.
have received many letter, from people all over tha I th gymnasium devotee. Twelve event. I tance 40 feet b Inches; Rothgels of Illinois
country, telling ot the moot astonishing cure mad Par to be held during th oroares of thai second, distance 39 feet 7 Inches. Previous
by vitality, rilla. Their oa. week u i. I JL" ..,..,i1 ,.I,24 .L..a record 4ti feet 3 Inches, held by Maxwell
of Chicago. ,
Forty-yard mgn hurdles, nnal heat:
Friend of Chicago won, Catlin of Chicago
second. Kelly, ot Chicago third. Time:
440-yard run: Buckwalter of Chicago won.
Dunbar of Illinois second. Wightman ot
Chicago third. Time: 0:66 1-5.
One mile run: Hall of Chicago won,
McCully of Illinois second, Henry of Jill
nola third. Time; 4:36.
Two-mile run: Melln of Illinois 'won.
Nehr of Chicago aecond.. Ollkerson of Illi
nois -third. Time: 10:17 2-6.
fcfeO-vard run: Catull of Chicago won.
Jaqu of Chicago aecond, Dunbar of Illi
nois tnirdv Time: ztooz-o..
High lump: euiuvan oc Chicago. leet
Relay race, one mile, four men: Chicago
won in J-o.
Pole vault: Miller of Chicago won. Port
of Illinois second. Height: 10 feet.
Score by points: C hicago, 60; Illinois, 26.
A I I.J- ex......
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8 V.I V',
This Whisker Pos
sesses flavor that has
eron tor it th praise
ol connoisseur and a
purity that cause phy
sicians to recommend
it. It 1 perfectly aged
nd headache or soul
stomach never follow
Its use. For (ale at
the leading fale. drug
at pre a and bar.
S. HIRSCH & CO.
WtvolcMk liquor Dealers,
KANSAS CITY, MO.
Treat all form, of
17 ars In i
n 1 His remark
, ceas ha nev
A slnlplo Recnwnr Wnlch Will Intereat
In Its earlier atagea catarrh 1. more of
a nuisance -than a menace to the general
health, but sooner or later the disease ex
tend, to th throat, bronchial tube, and
even to tha stomach and Intestines.
Catarrh la essentially a disease ot the
mucous membrane, the local .ymptoma
being a profuse discharge ot mucus, atop
page of the nostril, irritation in .throat
caualng coughing, neegtng, gagging and
frequent clearing, of the throat and bead.
Tbe usual treatment by local douche,
snuff, alva, etc., often glve temporary
relief, but anything like a-cur can only be
obtained by a treatment which remove, the
catarrhal taint from th blood and th
disappearance of th Inflammatlpn from the
A new remedy which meet, tbe.e re
quirement, and which ao far ha. been re
markably successful In curing catarrh' Is
Stuart'. Catarrh Tablet
These tablet, act upon the blood and
mucoua membrane, only. Tbey, can hardly
rfreed Dandruff, Which Cansea Fall
InsT Hair and Finally Baldneaa.
Prof. Unna, Hamburg, Germany, Euro
pean authority on akin diseases, say. that
dandruff I. aa contagious a. any other
malevolent disease, and that on common
source of the spread of dandruff la the uso
of the same balr bniBh by different per
son. Tbe way to avoid catcblng dan
druff or any other disease from another's
brush, la to Insist on the us of Newbro'a
Herplclde. It not only kill, the dandruff
germ, but It Is alao an antiseptic that will
prevent the catching of any disease what
ever through contagion of another'., brush.
FORMER BANKER ,IS FINED
Convicted of Certifying- Cheek When
the Maker Had Not a 8afll.
' dent Deposit.
NEW YORK. Feb. 14. Judge Thoma In
the United States district court today sen
fenced William H. Kimball, formerly presl
dent of the Seventh National bank, to pay
a tin of 15,000 for over certification ot
check, drawn to H. Marquand ft Co.
H. M. Rose, the former paying teller ot
the same bank, had aentence suspended
Tbe One wa. paid by Kimball.
In passing sentence Judge Thomas .aid
that not the slightest moral turpitude had
ben found to attach to either defendant,
nor wa. either shown to have made any
Roae Wa. a man of good character and
wa. .till retained by the bank. Kimball',
mlsforturie had discredited him (or tbe
lrrtportant function, to which hi. life had
been devoted and bla private fortune waa
Judge Tbomaa spoke of the high regard
in which Kimball wa. Still held by his
former assoclatea and aald he knew of
no moral stain attached to him. The judge
did not think Imprisonment waa required.
On tbe subject of over-certlflcatlon of
check. Judge Thomas said?
"The caae. of cver-ctrtlflcatlon In th
city ot - New York on any business day
FREMONT B0YS CHAMPIONS
Take n Game Each from the Omnhn
and Colnmbna High
FREMONT, Neb.. Feb. 14 (Special Tele
gram.) The Premont High arhool. bv de
leating umiti ana uoiumou here today.
won the state championship at ten pin.
The first game of the day waa between
Omaha and iolumbua and waa won by
Omaha. Fremont also defeated Columbus.
be called a secret patent medicine, as they and wound up the day'a proceedings by
are composed of such valuable remedlea a ur,V f olio wTn, are the .core.
dioou noot nxursBtio, nea uunr ana etmilar
A. Frit ..
equaled and every day brunt many flatter,
lng report of the good he la doing, or th
rllf h haa given.
Hot Springs Treatment tor Stphilis
And all Blood Poison. NO "BREAKINQ
OUT" on th akin nr face a id all external
igna of th dlsae disappear at once,
BLOOD DISEASE ZZS.SXS
CaVM tcureu vi bmt
uu debility. Umm of
.... . . u i ftiai'n r ar mb nil it.: tun
VIUICK CURKa-LOW CHARGES.
. Trtaituant by luaui. a. O. ieua offtc
over iie at. 1UU shicsI. klweii Farnam ait
luuelta flJeet yAyA, f.a.U.
cleansing antiseptics, which cur by elim
inating from the blood and mucoua aurface
the catarrhal poiaon.
Stuart's Catarrh Tablet, are large, plea.
ant tstlng loxengea taken Internally, allow
lng them to dissolve slowly in tbe moutb
tn thl. way they reach the throat, fuc
and the entlr alimentary canal.
If desired, tbey may alio be dissolved In
water and used a a douche, in addition to
the Internal use, but It I. not at all necet
ary to ue a douche; a few of them dis
solved In th mouth daily will be sufficient
Howevs. when there is much stoppage of I a Frits'
th no a douch mad from the tablet I tv" Frits!
will glv immediate, relief, but the regular I Carroll
ellv tie InlMnall Af Ik... . 1. 1 . t ... I .
" ' . .. . . . u . . w. . u . mv VD UIOl, Will I
IV. -kAl. . I I , . . L 1 . . . . .AUIS.
vui " kuuib cauiiuu Tiuuis Wlioaui
w .u. iicuinmnin oi a aoucn. n.-.i. uki.i Pl.,,n
Dr. Bemeot atatea "that tha Inramei
IrMlmral for ratarrh la muMI, ,,vln. ,. . I 1. juet.-n. MO., r eo. n Al me i"en
treatmeBt Jor catarrh la rapidly taking the trill v, n..t association meeting here today
plac of the old plan ot douching and local I the Richard trophy waa won by the Kui-
application and further .ay. that probably I 1 ,ty Athletic club with 4' matt-ht
iha beat anil rertalnlv th. ..f.. I ai1 J1" 14 'rlcka. Unco n was second
th best ana certainly tbe safeat remedy at WM fL matches, plua 1 trlcka. 81. Joaeph
bU Elliott 4il
441 Howard i7
440 Post M
preaent on th market 1. Stuart'. Catarrh waa third. A. CVarman and ('.
Tableta, a. bo secret I -made of tbclr com
position and all th really efficient remedies
for .catarrh ar contained In thl. tablet.
Druggist sell Stuart' Catarrh Tableta
at fifty centa for full 'lied packagea. Ask
your drugglat aad If he la boneat he will
tell you there la no eater, mor palatable,
tnor efficient and, cvenleBt remedy oa th
market, ' -i
Neb., won the Dea
TAKES LONG TQ DISAGREE
Kjinsas Jury Dlacnaaea Caa fnr
Forty-One Honrs Before Ae
-PAOLA. Kan., Feb. 14. Tbe Jury tn th
case of Lon Altman, charged with the
murder df Charles Keefauver, failed to
reach a verdict after being out forty-one
hour, and waa 'discharged today.
Nine stood for conviction.
Elijah D. Dickinson.
BEATRICE. Neb.. Feb. 14. (Special.)
Elijah D. Dickinson died In thl. city yes
terday, aged 73 years. Deceased wa
native of Canada and located near Oketo
Kan., In 1866, where be wa. engaged In
atock raising and farming for many year.
In 1897 he removed to Beatrice, where he
baa since realded. He 1 aurvlved by a
widow and five .on. The remain will be
Interred at Oketo, Kan.
(BEATRICE, Neb., Feb. 14. (Special Tel
egram.) Robert Clark passed away at hi
home In thl. city yesterday at tbe ad
vancSd age of 80 year. He bad been a
realdent of t,bl aectlon for the past twenty
yeara and la survived by bl. wife and on
.on. The funeral will be tomorrow from
the borne at 2 o'clock.
Charted with Illeaal Healat rat loa.
ST. LOUIS. Feb. 14 Thomae A. Rarrett
marahal of the St. Ioul court of aDoeaL.
M.U.. (nl4i A K., .W 1 - J .
-. .iiu,. .v, vj me ivurrai grand jury , , , .,,
today on the charge of complicity retiU- ' lng the ymptom., etc., of this disease will
cm the raiue ha
grand jury report.
A Secret Disease
Of all human diseases, that known a
Contagious blood poison, or the Bad Diiease.
has caused more misery and Buffering and
ruincu more lives man an oiuers comuincu.
It not only wreck the hopes and aspira
tions of the one who contracts it, but often
the Innocent are made to share the
humiliation and disgrace of this most loath
some and hateful form of blood txison.
Children inherit it from parents, and thous-
ands of the purest men and women have
been contaminated and ruined simply
through handling the clothing of one in
fected with this
awful malady or THE INNOCENT
drinking from the
same vessel and SUFFER WITH
using the same
toilet articles and THE GUILTY.
often serious damage
is done before the real natufe of Ihetrduble
is known, many preferring to suffer in
silence or leave the disease to do its worst
rather than make known their condition.
Through our Medical Department we of
fer advice and help. Write us fully and
freely about your case, as nothing you say
will eer go bevond our office. Let us help
you to get rid of this fearful disease, for
which someone else no doubt is to blame.
It matters not how long the poison has
been lurking in your system, S. S. S. will
purify and build up your blood, and elimi
nate every atom of the deadly virus from
the. system and make a complete and per
S. S. S. is the only antidote for Conta
gious Blood Poison and has been curing it
for fifty years. It contains no mercury,
potaan or otner Harm
ful mineral ingredi
ent, but is ) purely
vegetable rem edy that
cures without leaving
any bad alter etfects.
Our special Home Treatment book, giv
tration fraud. Beveral other indictment , intereat VOU. We will mail VOU a COP V free.
rge er contained lu th I " . ....
A Berlon Mlatak.
To the average man It seem ehlldlih to
doctor a cold, nd unless It become, par
tlcularly annoying to him little or ho atten
tlon 1. given it. Often a cold contracted in
the winter 1. allowed to run until the open
lng of aprlng. Tbl. is a grave mistake, a.
even though the warm weather may bring
relief, the system I. thereby weakened and
rendered susceptible to disease. , A cold
should never be neglected, whether It be a
child or an adult who Is afflicted, as health
nd often life Is risked. A bottle of Cham
berlaln's Cough Remedy, costing but a small
amount, will bring speedy relief and all
dangerous consequences will be avoided.
HUMBOLDT. Neb., Feb. 14. (Speclal.)-
Erneit Clift, a rural carrier on mall rout
No. 1. waa united In marriage Wednesday
to Miss Luella' wlthee, a young Womsn
living near 8tella, the ceremony being per
formed by Rev. Shults of Stella, at the
home of the bride, In the presence of a
few relative, and friend. Tbe newly
wedded pair will make their home In tbl
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I vltsllse an ettalliln medicinal read,
which will make yoa feel youn. and etrona.
It la a food made from the puree! selected
end liver all, vitalised, (ualarnllied and medl
eaied by th. addition ot hrpophoaphltaa.
No yood and no medicine will do ynu n
much actual practical ood aa thla sclentlne
atrenglhenln, fleeh-tormer and builder, OZO
MILSION. No matter br what dlsea. yon may be af
flicted, ao matter what organ or part of your
body la weak, Otomulelon will, with patience,
make yon well and atron.
To eom. people, accustomed to look to drugs
for relief from aches and Ilia, thla may seem
hard of belief, but those who know the true
need ef th. body will easily acknowledge that
only la food la to b. found that strength which
la th. foundation of health, and without which
drugs and potions ar a useleaa for bolster
ing up your srstem an la tlaau. paper for
atopplng a laak In a ahls.v
Therefor. If suffering from soma chronic
complaint, put your faith I Oiomnlalnn, and
II will not disappoint yon. If lungs or cheat
ar weak and you auffer from coughs and colds
try Osomnlslon. If Impoverished blond shows
Itself In pimple, blotches, skin trouhl. etci,
enrich your eretem with Osomulslon.
WRITE FOR FREE SAflPLE.
Ta thoee who woold Ilk to try th wonder
ful properties ot thl great medicinal Pood.
an Send a your nam. and full addreea,
and wa will forward you,, by mall, a sample
II DePeysterSt., New York.
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EOITOR'8 NOTE. w ,k our reader to talc advantage of thl. liberal otfe.
W know that Ozomul.lon 1 mad on honor and will do them good.
OiomuUlon I on aal at all Druggist. - E. E. Buce A Co., and Richardson Erug Co.,
whole 1 selling agent.
- Swimming Herorda Broken.
NEW YORK. Feb. 14 Tha New Torir
Atnietic ciuos swimming tournament to
nignt proviaea goon sport. Horn records
were broken. BJmmary:
One-Hundred-yard match: Harry I,a
Moyne of the Brook line flwlmmlni club
won over Charlea Kuberl of the New Yora
Athletic cum oy three yard. Time:
1:012-5, beating the American record , ol
1:(U. made by J. 8. Ieary of Ban Fran-
riungina: lor uiatance. peat in tnree
trial: W. K. Ulekey of the New York
Athletic club, 62 feet 2 Inchea; O. W. Van
Cleaf of the New York Athletic elub. 64
fetj 4 Inchea; C. H. Pyrah of Philadelphia.
57 feet. I'yrah waa the American cnam
plon. Thre.'e-litii'dred-yard relay race, eix-mtn
team: Brooklyn Athletic club won by
three vartia. New York Athletic club aec
ond. Time: 3:00 2-5. beat In- the American
record of 3:07. made by Yale In 19h.
Ktve-hundred-yard Invitation rate: J. W.
Spencer of Columbia won. Time: 1:01 C-j.
TUB HE ALT V MAHKKT.
INSTRCMENTS filed for record Saturday,
February 14; -
Llsale P.den to J. C. Robinson, 12
acre In ne4 awi 10-1&-10 , f l.ftio
Nicholaa Maun to Nona Baldwin,
nev sw4 23-1S-12 , 2,450
J. C. Havemeyer and wife to J. M.
Anderson, lot 10,, block 471, Grand
view add .' (ot)
Same to aame, lot It. block S, Lake
view add sou
Margaret A. Burnham to Mary O.
1-u.rson. lot. 1 and 2, block t. Burn
ham Place 4J0
Minnie M. Miller and husband to
Leona P.. Ar, lot S, block a, Clifton
Hill i l.euo
Special master to S. R. Rush, block
20, Halcyon Heights 131
F. D. W'ead et a I. referees, to Her
bert Good land, lots 62, &J and 64.
Windsor place J.3uu
Total amount ot transfer. flJ,i
V. A. COOX
If yon have any ailment In th abore list you should seek relief. Ask
th bank, about our reliability or let u. give you th name, of good clti
.et, we hav cured, wbo do not object to the us of their names. W cur
Varlococele tn on week, never to return, by an original method you will be
pleaaed with after we eiplaln. Hydrocele In ten daya. Loat manhood and
rtl effect of vlcioua bablts In 30. t Q daya. Blood Poinaon la 1 to 60 day.
without petash or mrcury. Piles' la 13 ays; Flatula In two week and
Ruptur in alx. W guarante our cure In writing a well a. to ahow th
proof flrst. Charge low tod consultation Ire at offlc or by letter.
Cook iuledical Co.
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