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THE OMAHA DAILY THURSDAY, MARCH 12, lf03.
SECRET POLITICAL SOCIETY
"Toe General Committee" ii tie Latest
Thin? in Local Poiitici.
IT PROCEEDS ENTIRELY IN THE DARK
Member, Pledge Themselves to Be
(;otrrnril "by Action, of the Com.
tnlltrr"- Rrnatrh BooiteM
Ilehlad the Scheme.
Another "keep-lt-dark" political society
his been launched In Omaha. It la 10 secret
that Ita promote are not known even to
the member, but It doesn't require a very
ahrewd guesser to locate aome well Identi
fied promotera and beneficiaries of former
secret oalhbound political clubs, now de
funct, with the present movement.
The new secret organization la labeled
"The General Committee," and, of course,
la organized to promote "good, clean city
and county government," something the
people can only secure through secrecy
and by furthering the political aspiration
of the "general committee." Nicely type
written applications for membership have
been circulated In different parts of the
city and the work of hustling for member
Is being vigorously carried on by workers
who have In timea past ranged themselves
for battle under the Broatch banner. Here
la the form of the application:
Omaha, Nebraska , IS11.
I hereby make application for member
ship to the "General Committee," an or
ganization for the promotion of good, clean
city and county government, and, whether
accepted to membership or not, I hereby
pled myself to keep Its Identity and
workings a profound secret, and will be
governed by the actions of the said com
The gist of the application for membership
Ilea In Ita concluding clause, "and will be
governed by the actions of said committee."
That Is all the "general committee" re
quires of Its followers, quiet. Implicit
The Belnnlnsr of Trouble.
A disordered stomach may cause no end
of trouble. When the atomach falls to
perform Its functions the bowels become
deranged, the liver and kidneys congeated,
causing numerous diseases, tbo most fatal
of which are painless and therefore the
more to be dreaded. The Important thing
Is to restore the stomach and liver to a
healthy condition, and for this purpose no
better preparation can be used than Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
Announcement, of the Theaters.
Creatore, known as the "mad musician"
because of his acrobatic tendency while
leading hla men, and his celebrated band
will give a single concert at the Boyd to
night. The band consists of sixty selected
Italian musicians, many of whom have In
ternational reputations as soloists. Mine.
Barlll, a soprano of note, accompanies the
organization. Creatore was seen here two
seasons ago, when he created a furore
by his peculiar methods of wielding his
baton. Last summer he created a de
cided Impression at Hammersteln's the
ater. New York. His method awoke the
blase theater goers of that city and he
was tho fad during the entire season. For
Omaha a selected program will be ren
dered. Creatore's new march, never given
before In the west, will be heard.
The magnetism of comedy la receiving
the atteatment of large and appreciative
audiences at the Orpheuro, where there will
be a matinee given this afternoon. Five
of the acta offer a variety of funmaktng
with an Intermixture of excellent acro
batics in one of them. There Is also in
cluded a pleasing operatlo feature, Kro
nau's White Tscherkes trio, who have good
voices well trained. The scenlo environ
ments of their act are very pretty, showing
an arctic picture, with some very good light
"The Milwaukee Corner"
Designates the new ticket office of the Chi
cago, Milwaukee ft St. Paul railway. It 1
the northeast corner of Farnam and Six
teenth streets and is pronounced the hand
omest and most elegantly equipped rail
road ticket office in the west. You are
cordially Invited to call and Inspect it.
F. A. Nash, General Western Agent.
FAT GIRL'S FATHER IN COURT
(Vant, Jadarment Against Men Who
Have Been Managing; Daigh
Joseph Rambo of Council Bluffs, as the
father of "Pearl, tho Fat Girl." Is In district
court to make trouble for Isaac Miner and
William Gerke, who have had the girl down
South for the Inspection of leading
scientists and such others as assemble at
street fains. Ho petitions for $444 Judg
ment, alleging that they lack that much
of paying him what they should have under
their contract stipulating rental, of $25
per week. With the petition la a copy of
the contract, showing the charges agreed
upon and some of the modest arrangements,
such as a specific pledge that Pearl should
not be shown in tights.
I could not rise to my
feet without fainting.
"I had suffered for three years
or more at monthly periods," writes
,'Miss Ella Sapp, of Jamestown,
! Guilford Co., N. C. "It seemed
(as though I would die with pains
in my back and stomach. I could
not rise to my feet at all
without fainting ; had
given up all hope of ever
being cured, when one of
m my tnS Et. Pierce's
A1 ilVUl lie x icaLiJiiuu.
With but little faith I
tried it, and before I had
taken half a1 bottle I felt
better, had better appe
tite and slept better.
Now I have taken two
bottles of ' Favorite Pre
scription' and one of
Golden Medical Discov
ery,' and am happy to
say I am entirely cured,
V W. anil oil lnne in two
5 T3 months' time when all
i I other medicines had failed
p;-vV I j i n
lj uu any guuu ui an.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant
Pellets a pleasant and ef-
THURSDAY SPECIAL OFFERS
Ladies' Spring Suits
The newest and swellest spring tailor made suits brought out for one
days bargain selling.
Stylish New Suits at $5.00
.IVry stylish, suits with blouse jackets,
iilk lined fl'tred skirt, make of good suit
t'nys unci trimnud n'i vide stitched bands,
tolors, nary blue and black,
striking value for
Special Suit Offer at $8.98
Today for one days sale.
Beautiful array of nobby blouse Jacket
suite, new stole and collarless effects, silk
lined Jackets, silk ornaments and stitch
ing, made of all wool Venetians in navy,
brown and black. A grand T
bargain chance Thursday , J
Swellest Spring Novelties
New lot of stylish suits with the new
blouse front, cape collars and pepllna. Very
14.85, 12.50, 9.98
New dolf Skirts at $2.98 One lot of fine golf skirts, made to O Q Q
aoll aa high as $5.00, choice Thursday fZrKJ
SUIT SPECIALS IN NEW BASEMENT DEPT.
Today In our new Basement Bargain Suit Department
we will show some great money saving values ....
$5 LADIES' DRESS SUITS AT $1.98-Ladies 2-plece dress suits good
suitings, lined jacket and skirt, three styles, all 4 QQ
sizes, worth $5.W), at la -JO
GOLF SKIRTS AT98C G.od heavy meltons, with and without Qn
flounce very stylish skirts, at "OC
fllSSES SKIRTS AT 69C Stylish lot of skirts for misses, fromQ
8 to 14 years, brown and black, worth 92, tomorrow at OVC
smartest and Jauntiest thlnga for
street wear, at
THURSDAY'S GREAT MILLINERY VALUES
$3.00 Hand flnde Chiffon Hats at $1.85.
One hundred dozen very One quality hand made and hand 'folded silk chiffon
bats In a large number of shapes colors, white black, cream, maize, car
dinal, light blue, pink and black. These hats are easily worth -f Q
13.00 while they last leOJ3
Trimmed Hats at $1.50 and $2.50
For Thursday we offer two grand
values In new and seasonable trim
med hats for ladles and misses, in
both black and colors.
These hats contain the
style and value that
most other stores ask
B m7K uuuuio iur, luursuay...
100 STYLISH CALLING CARDS AND CASE. AT 49C.
Your name and address on 100 fashionable calling cards In script or A f
Old English and a silver aluminum card case Just like engraving,...
$1.25Untrimmed Dress Shapes. 49c
74 dozen manufacturers' sample straw
shapes in a large variety of braids
in both black and white, the lead
ing colors. Every shape that is a
leading one for this season's wear
la here. Not a hat worth less than
11.25 while they last
Icnow you'l like
..SHEM DAK COAL
.Equally good for bajeburner or cooking
Victor White l605Fa.rna,n Jt.Tel. 127
Auditorium Spoons ?
We have the new spoon with picture of Auditorium In
bowl, 11.26 to 12.00. Step in and see them. Sjend a few
minutes in our atore. Look for the name
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler
1516 DoukUs Street.
30,000 CLOTHING Pt'RCHASE.
J. L Brandele A gone Cloae a Gigantic
Deal with an Eastern Manufac
turer Entire Stock on Sal
Saturday March 14.
$12 and $15 SPRING SUITS AT 6J.50
Saturday we will put on sale an immense
stock of new spring suits bought at a great
sacrifice from an eastern manufacturer. Ab
solutely the most sensational bargains In
men's suits ever offered In the weat. These
stylish new suits all patterns and all sizes
for one great day's selling $12 and $15
values at $6.50. '
J. L. BRANDEIS ft SONS,
, Boston Store.
ralg-ned before Judge Berks yesterday.
He pleaded not guilty and hla hearing was
set for next Tuesday. Dunn's bonds were
placed at $700. The friends of the young
man are endeavoring to settle the trouble.
Awful Lo ot Life
Follows neglect of throat and lung dis
eases, but Dr, King's New Discovery cures
such troubles or no pay. 60c, $1.00. For
sale byKuhn ft Co.
Dr. Roy, chiropodist, moved to 1505
CENTRAL BOULEVARD DAMAGES
Only Eleven Objection. Filed o Far
Against Present Plan of
Only eleven protests to the proposed
plan of assessment for the Central boule
vard damages have been filed with the
special board ot equalization now in ses
sion at the city hall. Thia number, con
sidering that from 4,000 to 6,000 pieces of
property are Involved, Is very small. Park
Commissioner Cornish saya that he thinks
the assessment plan is an exceptionally
good one, and that there will be no strong
objections. He is elated over the fact that
so few objections have been filed, and Is
giving his personal attention to showing
objectors the details and aims ot the plan.
Vuleas unlooked-for obstacles appear the
plan is more than likely to go through.
TO LOCATE THE NEW LAMPS
City Electrician Will Designate the
Places for Fifty Additional
Now that the council has outvoted the
mayor's veto to the resolution calling for
fifty more arc lamps. City Electrician Schu
rlg will begin at once to locate the lights
where they are the moat needed. Owing to
the lack of system as to location that baa
been pursued heretofore the task will be
difficult. However, he states that at loaat
four of the lamps will be placed on South
Twenty-fourth street, between Leavenworth
and Vinton. It is understood that the elec
tric light company has not enough mate
rial on hand for the Immediate Installation
of the lamps, and the city electrician esti
mates that it will be two months or more
before all of them are put in.
Thursday's display will be Hall draperies.
75 and 65 cent sash' goods, colored and
white, special for 60e per yard. Drapery
uepanmeni, urcnara ft wiineim.
Sam'l Burns Is selling a Llbbey cut glass
bonbon for $2.
Hawes $3 hats. Spring styles.' Quality
guaranteed. Stephens ft Smith, opposite P.O.
Notes from Army Hendqnarters.
A telegram announces that General Bates
will return to headquarters from St. Louis
Captain O. W. Wolf of the Twenty-second
Infantry, atationed at Fore Reno. Is vlslt
" ,at Fi,rt yrook. He was at head
Captain E. B Fenton, a volunteer officer
pf the Lnlted States during the war
In Cuba and In the Philippines, waa at
headquarters Tuesday evening on his way
trolt faclflc coast 'rora his home in I)e-
The order prescribing the course to be
followed In target practice by the armv
pending the publication of the new small
arm tiring regulations, haa ben Issued by
the War depHrtnirnt and received at head
quarters. The principal changes in rltle
and carbine Include, first, Individual range
tiring. Including marksmanships' course
and sharpshooters' course: second, col
lective tiring, including volley firing and
tiring at will; third, expert rilleman'a tent
Including s'.ow firing, time firing and skirm
ish firing. The regulations for revulver
firing Bre about the same aa formerly, but
alow firing, time firing and rapid firing
have been Introduced.
A pure Juice! A natural .ferment!. The
Ingredients which compose Cook's Imperial
Extra Dry Champagne.
COCHRAN Haiel E.. March 11. 1W3,
Aung liter of Klbert II. and Birdie Coch
ran, nt residence, Wu7 South Thirty-sixth
street, aged 11 years, t days.
Funeral 2 o'clock Friday. March 13.
Daan Plead. ot tiullty.
Willlum Punn. who was arrested at the
I'nlon station charged with the larceny of
lltio from one of the guests c.t the Arcade
hotel who had placed the money In hi.
keeping the uigni before the Are, was ex-
WOMAN'S CROWNING GLORY
to t tYtlr, irCay tf IkwM, M cm br
M0c4 m aatVfmJ COldBJ wUhotJt tt)uay tshJsaife
u p Isy tab vp tbdlKt of lit
Imperial Hair Regenerator
TuD aviiiriion bj a an .
unainiiriy atarau.CM. am 14wl IJVMatCM. I M
rl karmiidftaV. las aliawi
U. svr.4 ONE A F r L I C A f I O )
I A sUOMTHaL .----.a-
lu.,w.il Ltieuilc. Co.. k W. S4L.. N. T.
buld by Slier nicn & MConneU Druf Co.,
ASK ABOUT HAYDEN'S PROFIT SHARING CARNIVAL.
rmn3 tirtif onnirin oiiito
m ' iym orniuu qui i o
TIIK RKI.IARt.K "TIIHK,
NO TV0 ALIKE
Exclusiveness in Our Fine Suits is Our Main Object.
Infl fine Bults, aample garments, copies of Imported . ,v
styles. In the new etamines and all the new materials, i5rntT
beautiful creation, at 115.110. 18.5i. t2.'. Hu.i and Ho.m. '.t lX
.1 1 J M I ri'CPIl'Pil n r n V nri .4 -'hi, wnni.n nnnr Knrit.v Uu t. . . ,l
n an ine ihicsi advanced aiyies, at iiu.w, i.do ana
KXTRA SPECIAL 10 women's Suits, In rainy-day,
Norfolk and blouse styles, in grays, browns, blues and
tans, silk lined Jackets, perfect In hang, best suite ever
shown In Omnha; sale price $7.S.
WOMEN'S KK IRTS Skirts received by express every
day. More skirts than all the houses In Omahn com
bined. Our klrt business has grown more than anv
other dcpartmmt In our house. Prices and quality wilt
count. See our spring fhowlng befo you buy.
400 Sample Pklrts, In etamlne. voins and rnlnv-dny,
worth up to urn, on sale at 6.00, Jis.oo, IIO.OO and 112.00.
Three tahleg of Skirts, in Si styles, K.iiny-day and
Talmas RklrlM maHa nf rho l'Bri )w.., mnt...lnli alrl.l.
shown by others at S.50, yoj choice at r.i.
i' women s KKiris. in rainy-aay ana aress styles, tnose
shown by other houees at 15.00, on sale here nt 12.90.
150 women's Silk Skirts that are sold by other houses
ss high as 113. 0U, on sale at $7.50
EXTRA SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY'S SELLING
Women's Silk Coats. In pilng pong, blouse or Monte
Carlo styles, on sale at $5.00.
Women's black cheviot Jackets, taffeta lined. In the
new blouse, with collar and ntole Btyles, on sale at $5.00
Women's Taffeta Waists. In all colors, including black,
$5.00 quality on sale for $i,90.
Women's underskirts, male of very fine mercerised
aieen, --.iu quality, on sal e at $1.00 eacn.
for69cmen a heavy Wnlte Waists, sultabl ' for spring wear, worth $2.00, on sale
Women's Skirts, In all the new styles and all colors. In heavy woolen materials,
on sale at $1.30.
Women's Silk Underskirts. In all colors, Inrludlng black, for $4 90.
Women's Wrappers, sizes 32 to 40, wort n $1.25. for lOc
Grand Lluslin Underwear Sale
A tremendous purchase of newest and
qiilsite style, handsomely made un. on sal
Visit our new, enlarged and remodeled M
vantage of Thursday s prices.
4i) fine cambric and nainsook Gowns, C
era, handsomely trimmed with fine Swlse e
$2.00, on i-ale at 98c.
350 ladles' Gowns, Chemises. Drawers a
Insertions and embroidery, tucked and he
sale at 50c.
Ladles' Corset Covers, made of fine ca
25c, sale price 10c.
Ladies' lace and embroidery trimmed C
Children's fine cambric Drawers. In n
Ladies' 60c lisle Vests on special sale at
most excellent Muslin Underwear In ex
e Thursday at sensationally low prices.
u in Lnuerwear jjepariment. rake ad-
hemlses. Corset Covers, Skirts and Draw
mbroldery and fine laces, worth $1.50 and
nd Corset Covers, nicely trimmed with lace
mstltched flnlhh, worth 75c and 8Sc, on
mbrlc, perfect fitting and In all slzts, worth
orset Covers and Drawers, worth SOc, at 25c.
ii sizes irom l to lb years, on sale at 124c
Grand Lace Sale Friday
Friday Hayden's will hold their grand annual opening Lace sale. The biggest
bargains ever given in Omaha.
An Office With a Vault
We can show 70U an office right next to the
elevator the moat desirable location in the
building. The room ia 14x18, and also has a
large burglar proof vault. Everyone aaya that
our janitor and elevator service la the best in
town. It ia also a big advantage to you to be
able to tell people your address, because the beat
known building in Omaha ia
The Bee Building.
SHOWING OF NEW
Every woman who lias inspected
our new spring garments positive
ly ndniit tliat the exclusive ideas
ore to he found here In greater va
riety than in anv other store here-
n bouts, and the prices are so much
We extend to every woman a
cordial invitation to inspect our
lines. We don't want you to feel
that you must be a purchaser in
order to see the new things. We
want you to come more as a visitor.
If we have what pleases yon best,
that can be decided on afterwards.
We simply beg your time against
pleasure to show you cur lines and prove to you that
statements are not overdrawn.
11 1 11.11 11 11 ii nman",.-.
A positive cure for sweaty feet, hands and excessive presplratlon
under the arms; cures corns, bunions and chilblains; saves glovts
shoes and clothing. Special ofllcc treatments. Consultation free.
Price, 60c. If .your druggist hasn't It, accept no other, but send to
A. Mayer, Manf., 512 Bee Bldjf., Omaha. Phone 1716
Try Re-No-May Blackhead Lotion, Skin Food and Face Powde:-
and Complexion Cream. (Strictly I'ure and Hygienic.)
JEWELERS AND WATCHMAKERS
We have a complete line of Ladles' and Gentlemen watches' of all grades and dif
ferent make. A large assortment of plain Oold Kings ami Set Kings of every des
cription. Ladles' and Gents' watchchaltis. Charms and Kockrts In HolM Gold or
plated. Mantle Clocks, Fancy Gift Clocks. Regulator and Office Clocks, Optical
ioods In fact anything that goes to make up, a well arranged Jewelry Btore.
P. E. FLQDI..AN & CO., JEWELERS.
1914 Capitol Ave.
2 .2 Paxton Blk.
You will never miss
the water till the well runs dry and
when your natural teeth are gone you
can't replace them If you try. We
make a pretty good substitute for
5 R. C. PETERS & CO., Ground Floor,
aa Rental Agents, Bee Bldg. J5
KEEP YOUR HAIR.
and Hair Tonic
Makes (ha Hair Grow,
Keeps (he Scalp Healthy.
5old Everywhere la
$1.00 and 50 Cent Bottles.
A. It. Bremer Co., Chicago.
Prescriptions pTa1. 62c
at Cut Prices. ,1Sf"8wc.ump--750
60c Bwamp Root 0o
60c Kodol Hue
60c Btuart's Catarrh Tablets 4ic
50c Syrup of Figs Sic
-ic Allen s Lung Balsam 20c
25c Ballard's llorehound
2ac Carter's Little Liver Pills lie
25c Laxative ttromo Quinine 15o
MAIL, ORDERS PROMPTLY
24th aad Hamilton, 'l'boae A 142.
Misses' and Children's
Welt Sole Shoes
Genuine Goodyear welt soles wide
bottoms and the foot -form last box
calf or kid uppers the sole Is always
smooth next to the foot and not rough
and uncomfortable, as Is the case lo
machine-sewed, that are often repre
sented as welts. We have a line of
these genuine welts that are the high
est type of the shoemaker's art
they prevent enlargement of the
joints and" allow a natural growth to
the foot 5 to g. S1.60 Shk to 11, $1.75
1U to 2, $2.25 2V4 to 6, women's
DREXEL SHOE CO.
Onaha's Up-ts-Date Shan HoiV
1419 FARNAM STREET.
CARD AND STATIONERY ETIQUETTE
A BOOK OF FORMS FOR "WEDDISfttS, HECKPTIOSS, UIRTH ANNOIHCE
MEXTS. BREAKFAST, DIXSEn AXD LISCHF.OJS IK VITATIOX9, WEDDING
BREAKFASTS. Wording of iavltatlona of varloaa klafa. Wheat to
and what cards to nae.
THE MOYER STATIONERY CO.
220-222 SOUTH I6TH STREET.
ALBERT EDHOLM, JEWELER,
107 North 16th Street. Opp. P. O. Watch la.pector for U. P. R. R. Co.
B. P. O. E. Emblems and Charms thVn,oh;nra"rtmrcuff
buttons, links, emblems, charms and hat pins, elk teeth mounted to order.
hlnMnM4a We bve a line of cholee gems mounted and loose. I-t us
UlaiuOnQa show them to you sometime.
Howell's Anti-Grin Gaosules
25c box at Howell Drug Co., 16th and Capitol Aveoua
Slashing everything right and left; our
fixture man was here yesterday and he
said he would be right on time, so we
have to move a lot more of these stacks
and stocks of goods by April 1st. Tho blu
est line of rubber goods ever In the city to
select from; ALL, KINDS All guaranteed
and the prices are moving 'em.
11.00 iter's Malt Whiskey no limit .... 62c
tl.OO Canadian Malt Whiskey, 90 per
cent proof 75?
WE GUARANTEE THIS CANADIAN
SI. 00 Peruna genuine no limit 61c
$1.00 Sexlne Pills no limit 7fic
60c Bar-Ben all you want c
New Sassafras Bark, pound 15c
$1.00 Hossack's Sarsaparllla no limit.. Hoc
$1.00 Pierce's Goods all you want 61c
$1.00 Butler'a Female Regulator guar
anteed - 7fic
25c Pierce's Pills all you wait 19a
$1.00 Parisian Hair Tonlo guaranteed.. 75c
50c Texas Catarrh Cure one cures .... 40c
$2.00 Chester's Pennyroyal Pills $1.00
$1.00 Cramer's Kidney Cure warranted 70c
SGIIAEFER'S DRUa STORE
Two 'Fhoo.ee T47 and T07.
8. W. Cor. 16th aad Chicago its.
0. T. & C. CO.
1407 D0UQLA3 ST.
For three days Thursday, Frldny
and Saturday these special bargains
are offered. Patronlie our bakery de
partmenteverything baked In our own
Bakery ills. f.VPu'.b.?.u.!!: 10c
Flour gfi.!!f...r. 98c
Butter fSSffiX'Z.r 20c
Butter ...r:.Z 25c
Cwive Guaranteed Fresh ICa
LggS country, dosen
Pnffaa Th New Porterlco OCa
bOIIBB Blend, pound aWU
Steaks 222? .?!.!?.': He
Herring 5sS "y.?.n.'.: 4ic
THE OMAHA TEA & COFFEE GO
1407 DOUOLAS ST.
Telephone your orders, Nos. 1M and 726.
a Good Thing"
Our style seems to be right good,
THANK YOU." Ita a smart fellow that
copies a good thing even If he la a Utile
lop-sided. Beat 'em If you can.
$1.00 Burkhart's Compound 0c
6oc Burkhart's Compound
too Dodd s Kidney Pills 30c
26o Foster's Qramlles loo
26c Brandeth's Pills lac
25o GrafTenberg's Pills l?c
25c Jants' P1IU 1
frw Kldneyolds c
26o 6 hoop Nerve Pills lv
2:c 1'lnkhams PUla lc
$1 00 8-lne Pills "c
$1.00 Carlnbad Salts
Mk: Oso-jell Joe
25e J. P. Suspensory Bilk Xm
Fuller Drug & Paint Co
114 oath 14th Street.
We sail paint.
Any woman who has $3.00 or
$3.50 to spend for a pair of
shoes can do no better than In
vestigate the tdvuhtagee of
buying at thla atore. You will
find what you want here; the
highest grade of shoes; tha
best styles; the most perfect
fit; courteous treatment, and
Call and aee our goods, and
their superior style and quel ty,
and right prices will do the reat
Suffered Two Years
Omaha, Nrb., Jan. 19, 1900.
Cramer Chemical Co., Albany, N. Y.:
I firmly believe ih.i ' owe my life to
Cramer's Kidney Curt, .'or two years I
suffered with kidney trouble and could
find no relief anywhere. I spent hundreds
of dollars on doctors and medicines.
Some would give temporary lellt-f and oth
ers none whatever. I decided to try
Cramer's Kidney Cure as a last resort
and wish I had followed the advice of my
friends sooner. It was the only thing that
helped me, and In li'ss than four months
It had made a new man out of me. I am
entirely well and I give all the praise to
Cramer's Kidney Cure.
W. 8. KING,
Manager of Swift & Co'a. Wholesale Msat
Market, South Omaha.
Genuine fresh Cramer's Kidney and Uver
Cure may b found In two aizes, tuc for
40c; $1 00 sizes for 76c at
Two I'naaaas 747 and 707.
f. W. cor. lta aal Cblxaaro sis.
OK Oat All A.
N. K. Cor. Femaxn ana llth baa.
Palo la apltal. . . . f.VMj.ooo
aarplas Kaa 100,000
rNlTa0 STATE DEPOSITORY.
rRAKK MURPHY. President.
U. u wool., vice PreaMaat.
JLlL UAUiLVaM. ail4lM CwMaaV
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