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THE OMAHA DAILY IJEE: THURSDAY. XOVEMHKK K, lfe
ROOSEVELT IS ENDORSED
Prtiideat'l Railroad Yiw$ Approved fct
Tow and I tbfaiia lapUmtit Kin.
DEFEAT OF BOSSISM HIS TRIUMPH
speakers Adopt His Position and
Matter of Passing Resolution
oa Subject Is Before
Women's New Coats
Thursday some new ideas will be here
WOMEN NEW TOURIST COATS-Made of an excellent quality of dark
If you will cat more
mixtures, 42 Inches long, loose back with strap
s coat that sells ever where for $13.00
7.90 rrs?NK I
you can do more work, enabling you to earn
more money, so that you can .buy more
do more work and earn still more money.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
City Gltrk Gillii lfaku Compilation of
Condition of City Fundi.
FINANCIAL CONDITION OF CITY IS GOOD
"oanrllman Klrnlt to Be Earoar(d
In III Effort to Itafa Street
? t ar Transfer System
(,'lty Clerk Oillln htui completed the com
illing of a statement showing the condl-
ien of the various funds at ths close of
walness November 14. The amount of
he 196 levy available for warrants wus
iMT.SAT. To this Is added a balance left
jver from the 1904 levy of $52,046, making
i total available for warrants during the
fiscal year of tlW.Mf Of this total there
has been drawn to date $42,113, leaving a
balance Mill on hand of fl57,jrii.
The greatet draft cm any of the funds
has been on the Kener.il and street repair
building on Tuesday evening. N. E. Bry
son. the president of the club, occupied the
Chair. It was announced by President Bry
son that all matters pertaining to the curb
ing and guttering oft Twenty-third street,
from A to Missouri avenue, had been at
tended to and that the council had passed
an ordinance ordering the work done. As
the season Is so late, this Improvement
will be put off until spring. Members of
the club are making an effort to induce
the Omaha city council to open Twenty
third street front A street north to the
Councilman Klewlt wan endorsed In his
efforts to have the street car transfer
system enlarged so as to provide for trans
fers to any portion of the city. A request
signed by the officers of the club Is to
be sent to each member of the city coun
cil urging some action on this proposed
transfer system. ,
It appears to be the desire of this Im
provement club to .secure closer relations
with other Improvement clubs In the city
and an effort to this end Is to be made
shortly. All property owners residing east
of Twenty-fourth street and north of Mis
souri avenue are eligible to membership
In this club. The principal object of this
fund. rom the general fund there has organisation Is to Improve and beautify
ieen expcnOMi (,(r, leaving a balance of the city, and especially the northeast nor
nis itinci win ie replenished later
n by receipts froni various sources. Street
repairs since August 1 has taken out of
the street fund ll,40 and there Is now
only $3,1111 left In this fund. By the time
the street work la over for the year tho
balance will be reduced several hundred
dollars. Heavy rains and the need of
many new crosswalks has been the cauae
of a large amount of money being ex
pended. Balances in some of the principal funds
are: Flr. $J0.31U; salary. $24,421; public
light. $!a.1l5; Judgment. $2,295; water. $18,
Hl: police, $tti.6!9; Interest, $tt,198; library,
$3,975: i curbing ami paving, 13.&S2; parks,
$1,741; scavenger. $:"$.
' Mayor KoutRky-Ami members, of the
council awert ''that' hc ' finances of the
city are now in first class condition and
that there will be no need of an overlap
at the close of the present fiscal year.
Northeast Improvement C'luh.
The Northeast Improvement club held u
well attended mating at the high school
any hopes of his being out for several day
Joseph Flick has taken out a permit for
a store building to be erected at Twenty
first and Q streets.
This evening the Ladles' auxiliary of the
local letter carriers' association will give a
ball at the Exchange.
Fire damaged the bakery of J. Splri.
Twenty-sixth and O streets, to the extent
of about $U) last evening.
Mrs. F. M. Blsson will entertain the
Ladles' Aid society of the First Methodist
KpiBcopal church at the parsonage this
The last Issue of the Mid-West Eagle,
published bv J. M. Tanner, Is full of Inter
esting reading niatter for Eagles In this
section of the country.
Thl evening the I'nlted Presbyterian
church women will give a chrysanthemum
show at the church. An interesting musical
program Is to be rendered.
The concrete base for the Twenty-fourth
street paving has been put down from A to
K street. 1-ast nigh the concrete mixer
was moved to Twenty-fourth and Q streets
and will work north to E street.,
"Political bosses are dead and the last
election la a triumph of the people over
boss rule. Roosevelt's Ideas on the ques
tion a square deal are greater than those
of any man and the people are going to
back him up In his crusade.
"The rate problem la a hard one to solve
too deep for me and I would advise you
all to read Judge Orosscup's, address de
livered at Niagara Falls before the
National Implement association.
"Personally, I am not alarmed on the
trust question. I lieltuve It Is only a ques
tion of time when manufacturers and
others will have a square deal on trans
portation, and when thai Is brought about
it will settle many of the so-called trust
deals of the present day. All we want Is
an equal chance. Carlot shippers should
have just the same rates as the big ship
pers." These remarks were made by H. C. Sat
ver of Chicago at the Iowa and Nebraska
Iplement Dealers' convention Wednesday
morning at J. P.' O'Brien's hall on Farnam
M. II. Green of Creighton said 96 per
cent of the people were with President
Roosevelt and he should not be overridden
by a small minority.
The question of resolutions on freight
rates was referred to the committee on
resolutions with Instructions to " report
Catalogue Hour a Menace.
Mr. Satver then considered the catalogue
house question which had come'to be such
a menace to dealers. He advised the con
vention not to agitate the question, as It
only served to advertise the houses en
gaged In that business and could result
In no good, so the less said on the matter
the better. He said It was better to go
right along and keep that question out of
Is daily advanced of the curative powers of
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, Coughs and Colds. 80c and $1. For
tale by Sherman Sc McCchuell Drug Cu.
NEW EMPIRE COAT AT $14T5-Made of fine kerseys, cheviots and mix
turesfull ripple back-yoke outlined with satin piping
a rout well worth $200(1
WOMEN 8 STYLISH NEW COATS-Very
handsome models of th very best kerseys
and broadcloths, loose and tight ruing
wun effective braid trim
inlng special values
Special in Women's New Skirts.
WOMEN'S NEW WALK I NO SKIRTS AT
$4.90 Made of excellent materials, Pana
mas, cheviots and mixtures, all new and
up-io reaec moncis. wen tailor
ed, would be cheap at $7.l0
We are offering Thursday
some very choice models at
thls price, made of fine
broadcloths, cheviots, serges
and Panamas, In different f,
snaaes oetter fcKins man
you buy elsewhere for $10.00,
at 15th St.
14.75 hwmmh i
mm wm i
18.75 m I
ENTHUSIASTIC OVER WYOMING
at 15th St.
We Need More
Room for Hol
Help Yourself and Relieve
Us by Purchasing How
"We niubt rave room three
more carloads -on the track this
weK'k. It in either sell or put them
In the storage house. Extraordi
nary close to factory coat, and the
easiest kind of term will prevail
until this stock is reduced to nor
: Steinway. Sieger, Emerson.
Hardman. A. B. Chase. McPhall,
Kurtzman, Steck. Masoa & Ham
lin Pianos are everywhere recog
nized for their style, excluslveness
and honesty of manufacture. They
are the best that can be produced.
A haudaome Upright Piano for $145
sold In many place for $290. Similar
reductions throughout the whole stock
until the room needed Is secured.
Out of town customers should write
at once for lists of special reductions,
terms, etc. Personal attention given
to mall orders. Call or write tomor
row aad save money. We are head
quarters for Pianola Pianos, Pianolas
and Pianola Music. For rent or sale
on $3 to $10 monthly payments.
Schmoller & Mueller
Largest and Oldest Piano
House in the West
1407 Harney SL, Omaha
tlon. All who arc Interested are invited
to become members of the organisation.
Railroad Tarda "till Congested.
Although the railroad companies are
working night and day to dispose of cars
of merchandise now on siding It Is slow
work. The result Is that a great marly
merchants are waiting for merchandise
which is In cars somewhere in the yards.
The scarcity of sufficient trackage in South
Omaha is the cause of the delay In setting
cars on sidetracks. Dosens of cars of coal
are scattered about the yards, the train
crews doing the best that can be done In
switching these cars to the local coal yards.
Some of the cool dealers fear that if a
real cold snap cornea .there will be a short
age of coal, -and through no fault of theirs.
Many cars of building material are waiting
to be set so that the unloading can com- 1
mence. All of the railroads doing business
In South Omaha realise that something
must be done soon toward securing addi
tional trackage facilities.
Organ Recital Tonight.
This evening an organ recital and con
cert is to be given at the First Baptist
church, Twenty-lifth and H streets. The
new vocation organ recently purchased by
the church Is to be used for the first time.
J. II. Slmms will be the organiat on this
occasion and the Madrigal quartet la to
render a number of selections. Members of
the' Baptist church arc Justly proud of
the .new organ and It Is expected that the
church will be tilled this evening.
Waiting for Cables.
It was the Intention of the Nebraska
Telephone company to commence running
the cables through the conduits this week,
but delay in the arrival of the cables will
put this work off for a few days. A por
tion of the cables to be used Is on hand,
but some of the large 400-wlre cables are
slow in arriving from the factory. This
company expects to get at this work very
soon and to have all of the cables In work
ing order within thirty days. Then the un
sightly poles on Twenty-fourth street clear
from A to Q will come down.
Maifle city Gossip.
W. P. Adklns has gone to Oretna to spend
m tew un wiiii ineituH ana relatives.
N. D. Mann has gone to Florida to visit
for a tew weeks with his slater.
A meeting of tho Modern Urotherhood of
America is to Do held on Friday evening
E-.P. Roggen Is still confined to his tcJ
nd yesterday his physician did not giv?
Announcements of the Theaters.
When Francis Wilson comes to town
there's always something doing In the
Mauy a nsan mm his wife bend and
ug at burdens that strain the back and
the heart silks, without any idea of the
outrage. Chlldron follow In too quW
successloo to allow the mother time to
recuperate. The womsnly organs become
displaced, thare aredobilitaUng.di&agree
sble drains, with ths added pain of In
flamed or ulcerated parts. In this condi
tion the woman bravely trie to carry her
household load, afraid to take the rest
she needs text a meal will be late. No
wonder she is pale, weak, wretched, surly
of temper and snappish of tongue. She
would be fale to nature if she were any
thing else. No persons need help so much
as the class of whom this woman is the
type.' And for such women no help is so
Hire, so wonderful, as that given by Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It re
Stores all the womanly organs to perfect
health. It establishes regularity in their
functions. It restores the strained and
shattered nervous system. It clears up
the complexion, rounds but the form and
makes life a dally happiness. "Favorite
Prescription" contains no alcohol or
whisky. It Is the best medicine for
women. Nothing can he "Just as good"
as the best. Tell the dealer so if he offers
"I wrote to you In lt shoot my rase." '
rites Mrs Ells W. Eobblnon, of Suttree,
Vs. "Was then la S bad condition, and your
reply in that I probably InUeiiteJ the
trouble from o y motuer. and you raac rtbed
fin Herre's Favortia PYeecripUen. About
tat time I bad sn attack of fever sod was
lrk for quit a while, so failed to ft your
'Prescription.1 In December following wss
married and then my hatband boural two
bottles of Dr. Pierce s favorite l"recrtpth.n.
tletora 1 beiran to take It 1 had bstrlns-down
pslns st I My i ..-Au also dtxxy pells.
After 1 had taken one bottle 1 felt bettar and
had no more palna Afur taking lbs second
boiile felt better than ever In my life, and
In September gave blnh to a twel re-pound
baby girt. 1 am very thankful tor your guud
mojlclne. and shall tell my tr lends wbst It
did fur soe, and shall rsomowil It to all
8. U. Hardin, a Leading Resident of 1
the State, Sings Praises of Its
Past and Future.
8. H. Hardin of Ranchester, Wyo., for
mer member of the Wyoming legislature
and one of the leading ranch and cattlemen
of northern Wyoming, la In the city.-Asked
regarding Wyoming prospects, he said:
"The state Is in a flourishing condition
and all lines of business are thriving fairly
comedy line. Fo manv years Mr. wnsou s wen. umi c moot ira . . Bi.uius -fame
has been associated with the best in omln? now is an Intelligent comprehension
the way of light opera. But Mr. Wilson of the vast capabilities of the state In
vnarned tor something higher In the way every line, agricultural and mineral. Wy-
of employment for his ability as a come
dian and last seaarfn left the musical scores
to others while he took up the work of
the legitimate" in a play by Clyde Fitch.
Cousin BiUy" served him very , well last
season and so far his tour has been a suc
cess. He has added a curtain raiser of Ills
own composition, "A Llttlo Father of Hie
Wilderness." that 4iaa been pronounced a
gem by the crltlca. Mr, Wilson will begin
his Omaha engagement at the Boyd Friday
''When We Were Twenty-one"' 1s break
ing house records at tho Burwood this
week. The run will end on Saturday night
and the greateist of American war dramas,
Shenandoah," will be put on. For this
production special arrangements are beln
made and the company's forces are largely
omlng does not need any special advertis
ing In the boom sense. Its material
resources speak for themselves and their
development will come In time to be the
astonishment of the world. Wyoming, too.
Is an historic land, for from the southern
sections of what is pow the state has
radiated the civilization and development
of this great central western region. Old
Fort Laramie, now but a memory, still
exists in name merely om a cattle ranch,
but around tho name of (hat old fort Is
clustered the history of a .new empire. It
was the one great laudaiiiik of the qverland
trail. Through It pasaed the men who
made and founded Oregon and who gave
California to the world. The scenic beau
ties of Wyoming are incomparable and un
equaled. In brief, throughout all of
Wyoming there Is much to see, to learn
augmented that a fitting spectacle may be and to esteem for Its great pa3t and tho
Droduced. Inevitable grandeur of its future."
OXK FARR FOR
IAG1E-SATTLEY CO. of Nebraska
Tenth and Jones Sts., on ths Viaduct
INVITE YOU TO CALL AND INSPECT THEIR DIG LINE OF
VEHICLES, liaPLEMEHTS -AHD WAGONS
HOT LUNCH AND CIGARS EVERY DAY
THIS ' HOLM) TRIP.
Via Chleaa-o Great Western Railway
One fare for the round trip via Chicago
Great Western Railway to points within
150 miles. Tickets on sule every Saturday
and Sunday up to December 17. Good re
turning the following Monday. Low rates
to other points on sale every Friday. For
full Information apply to S. D. Parkhurst,
G. A., 1512 Farnam street.
Bids for the purchase and removal of the
two-story . brick building located on the
southwest corner of 14th and Douglas Sts.
FRANK B. KENNARD.
15th and Dodee Sts.
The funeral of Michael J. Slavln, who
died Monday, will be held Thursday morn
ing, November IS, from his residence, 1717
South Tenth street, at 8:30 a. m., to St.
Patrick's church. Fourteenth and Castellar
streets. Interment at Holy Sepulcher cem
etery. Friends Invited.
See our great holiday offer, given this
month only, to avoid the usual holiday
rush. H. Heyn, photographer, west sido of
eouth Fifteenth street. Two story building.
glaslug. Telephone us your
KENNARD GLA8S PAINT CO..
lotn and Dodge Bts.
Harry B. Davis, undertaker Tel. 1221
cm ui maw w,
wbosresffllctod. we taluk It toe best ssaul-
rlne la th world."
Kot only the OrWnel but tbe
awat UttU Liver PilU. flrpu
ud aver 4a years age, by old
Dr. R. Pierce, have bwtn
sack) IsaKataa bat eever equals, as thou
sands attasv They're pur,y vfetabla
being made np of o.K-enrted and refluea
medicinal prim-tirtee extracted from tue
rimta wf AmerU-an plsuu. ln not grit.
0:iS or two f t stomsia corrective, tfiiva r
tuur for cstbarU&
INNOCENT INDIAN LEFT CHECK
Gave His Friend, Pat Moras, the
Rash oa Ten-Uollar Piece of
Paper that la Dead.
An Omaha Indian put In an appearance
In Omaha a few days ago on business con
nected with the federal courts. His last
name la Stringer and as he had been In
Omaha before and was a . trifle familiar
with frenzied finance, he struck his old
friend Pat Moran and Induced Mr. Moran
to cash a check for $10. The genial Mr.
Moran accommodatingly did so and Poor
Lo Stringer Went on a comfortable toot
and then back to the reservation. Mr.
Moran received the check back from Poor
Lo Stringer's bank Wednesday with 'he
chilling endorsement on the back of It "No
funds." Poor Lo Stringer has not yet re
turned o Omaha to explain to Mr. Moran
how the thing happened and Mr. Moran Is
Inclined to think that his absence from
Omaha will be indefinite.
In auto led to painful accident, but Buck'
lens Arnica Balve quickly healed all
wounds. 26 cents: guaranteed. For sale by
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.
Have you seen the
lamps at Mawhtnney A
Cuorrh Concert Tonight
A concert and entertainment will be
given at the Seward Street Methodist
church Thursday evening under the aus
nlcea of the Heward Street Methodist K.pls-
, , , . . . , ... . 1 copal cliurcn cnoir aim raucn un-m-mm.
Frank J. Dunnigan is seriously ill at his ; MrTc. P. Daniels Is the choir director and
...... . , .,-c.fiiui mrrri. , William fatten leaaer 01 me orriieir
The federal building corridors n.re Hllin
up gradually with Indian witneKKes to tes
tify before the grand jury in the Indian
reservation liquor cases.
A large painting of the battleship Ne
braska has been placed on the big hill
board at Harney and Sixteenth streets as
an adverttsemmit for the naval recruiting
station at the postofflce building.
Sarah 9. Ivers. who lived at 822 South
Twenty-eighth street, died Wednesday
morning at her home. Her body will be
sent to Kankakee. III., her former home
for burial. She was a relative of John
The accomiianlata are Miss Amanda Teb-
bins. Miss Theresa Jensen, Miss Ora OIk,
Mrs Th.vlK and Miss Florence DeOlrafT.
The urnaram will consist of solos, vocal
and Instrumental, choruses, orchestra num
hers and uuartets. Among those appeal
ing on the program are Mms Kate Swnrtx-
1 1 111.. Vf.kAU fltfln.tihtral M f VV11I.
Ittnuri , mip ffinirj ..... ......
ter Jensen, Mestirs. R. J. Hpoerrl. C P.
Daniels. K. N. Hovelle. A. L. Dick. 8. 8
Hamilton, Shock. Mole. Brandt, MoCul-
lough, and Kdward Pash.
23-K wedding rings, iwinoini." jeweler.
The Woman's Relief corps of Grant post
Grand Aimv of the Republic, will give a
chicken pie dinner and Oyster super at the
Youag Men's Christian association hall
Thursday afternoon aud evening. A social
will follow In the evening.
Margaret Bmlth. aged 5, died at noon
yesterday at 11 Webster street. She had
been a resident of Omaha for the nast
thirty-five years. She leaves two daugh- 1
ters, Mrs. John English and Mrs. Andrew
Hunimels. The tunerul will be from the I
Holy Family church Friduv mnmii.. I
Max Gerber of ZJ)2 South
street nas neen arrested hv nm..r v..i.
drtdge on the charge of violating the ied
dlers' ordinance by not having sign or
number on his wagon and using short meas
ure. At the time of the arrest the ortWr
took two measures from Gerber which the
frmer says had false bottoms. Gerber will
have a hearing in police court Thursday
Ed Burke, a Watchman whose signal box
la at Thirteenth and (trace streets caused
the arreat of Mrs. Munkers last night.
She Is a woman who lives on the bottoms
on the northeast side of the city and has
the reputation of lelng a hard working
woman. Burke makes the complaint that
she visited him at the signal station while
he was at work and before leaving took
lli front his hip pocket.
Judge Troup has granted Agnes Wliluhn
a divorce from Samuel Willuhn. De
fendant did not appear against the appli
cation, which was baaed on the charges
ut abandonment and non-Support. She la
permitted to resume J,er maiden name of
Rappley. The same allegations exactly
moved Judgn Sutton to grant a divorce to
Louise Thuinian from Irfttayeue. -itli the
like privilege vl resuming her maiUeu name
The following marriage licenses have
Name and Residence. Age.
George W. Pettlt, Omaha 21
Minnie M. Dowell, oniaiia
Robert L. Cramer, Fremont
Mae Kissel, Fremont
William Butler, Omaha
Agnea Roberts, Omaha
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a. 1 tlKVII . &1UIIBIV, if villllflun tu.,
j Amanda Slaback, Washington Co..
Tliirtonth I Hal Buck I X gliam, Omaha
The favorite soap for Toilet
or Bath. Transparent because
of its purity. Its con
tinued use assures a
clear "and beautiful
p3r Sesrs JX tvMABii hajucJ
Perfumed with the
JAMES S. KIRK
Anne K. Curry, Omaha
A Shin of Beauty le joy Forevor.
DR. T. Fella OoureXid'a Oriental
Oraam er Magloal Beautlfler.
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FLAT RATF ON WATER SERVICE
Water Hoard Will Take Ip the Mat
ter at a. Special
The water board held an adjourned
meeting last night at which Members
Congdon, Hippie. Coud and Boyd were
present. After some routine business,
mainly allowing bills, a resolution was
I paused setting a speciul meeting for next
1 Monday night In the rooms of the board at
! the city hall for a conslduration of a re
I ductlon of flut rates for water service to
private house owners. The secretary was
Instructed lo notify the wster company of
the meeting and invite its representatives
to pierent any information or argument
which would alst the board In reaching
fair conclusions. A member of the board
said after the meeting:
"The board has already reduced the meter
rates, but the time Is here to take up house
rates for owners paying a lump sum und
to see if rates cannot be reduced where
they are too high. We hardly expect the
officers of the water company will lie pres
ent, but It Is only fslr to ask them, so they
may say something If they want to."
IIM. Dr. I
S r to i
My of lUa I
Boys Arrested for Aanailan; Girls.
James Forel and James Bemln were ar
rested last night for mlatreatlng two little
girls who attend the night school at whit
was formerly known as the Hartmun
school at Fifteenth and William streets.
These two boys, with three companions,
have been annoying the girls for several
nights past. At last they even delayed
the girls and made vicious remarks and
threats In their presence. Ijt night the
(Iris complained to one of ths Janitors,
and when they met the boys the janitor
was on hand and caught two of them.
James Forel was balled out early In the
evening by his older brother, but James
Bemln was kept ui the jail all night.
RETURN ELEVEN INDICTMENTS
Jon. J. Riley, sevea ladlaas and Two
White Whisky Kellers Are oa
I sole Sam's List.
The federal grand Jury submitted Its llrst
formal report Wednesday evening, return
ing ten Indictments and six "no bills."
The Indictments were against Peter Bharp- I
back. Frank Seymour. William Henelcy. ;
Fishtail Lincoln, 8outhwlnd, James Lin
coln, Bruce Blackden. all Indians, for in
troducing liti'Jor onto the Omaha and Win
nebago Indian reservations; Henry Inii n.
Jason Rains for selling liquor without mat
procuring the necessary government li
cense; Jon J. Riley, embesxlement of post
office money order funds, and Frank It.
BiltS for mailing iion-mailable letters an
Makes Warm floors
because It warms bv Circulation (takes
In cooler air from floor, passes it around
the heated parts of stove and discharg
es it at top of stove ) Keeps the air
moving; constantly. Warm floors means
healthy, happy children.
Moore's 1 905 Base Burner
hat the noil parfect sir dmilaann rstrm of
Howe's Three.5tory System for Base
Purnara, aniirely nf, vatmted aad uses en
Mrs's Stov ,niyr l.t-WarSau.Tr.
fuoma. and Heata downatairi. Ird Drain ths
a.hca down cel lar into cloaed aah can If daaircd.
(treat Tvinr of annoyam r. Ab.nlulTno dual,
rioore's Is tbs most Improved ul all base
Moere's Revolving ftrepot prarsnrs burn.
"'Mi ,nd "ees it's 1 it a flve-fn!d. Air
tight doorf anddrifta fcrnund to 1-1000 ol aa
mui) krep fire and save lueL
Apprarance. Moore a Hj ftomer Is sd.
Biintd bv all the hsndsemeat and most elc
gsntly proportioned. Artuiic dernratiuD a id
niirror-liKa rrrlecinra iodiraia tht aiipenor
wnikmanMilp throuchant. You (t cvervlhlna
good wuao yoa buy Moore's,
Are yoa planning to bay
either a lieai:n( or c.okina
stove? Be aure to aes M(HN-'a
complete linc-the lateat the
m"at lmnroved the baat lor
Neh rtsha t-urrlture and Carpet Co
4IS-41B North S4th Street, .
SOt TII bM AHA.
We use our own name
In our business: vmi knmv
f who ynu are doing busi-
I iiftm wun.
'tj? a,t severe head-
'J Schet will yield In a few
rufnstss to Bromo-l.LX
(let a bos todar ask your druggist r
the Orange (.'clorel Boa
liaL CONTAINS NO QUININE A
AUanwls(s, tx.ot bynsu.
VARICOCELE AND HYDROCELE
ELOCO POISON c,"red for "f- oon wy
sign, symptom (sores on
body, in mouth, tongue, throat, hair and
eyebrows falling out) disappear completely
Weak, Nervous, Men
nervous debility, early ducllne, lack of vlir
n.L'n.,iAhv Kldnr nd Bladder Troubles
Weak Hack. Burning Urine. -requncy of
laMr"""""! Url,,e ,ilKh Colored or with
Milky btdlment on standing
Treatment hy mail M years OF BKC
CEHSFl'L PRAOTU-K IN OMAHA Cor
ner of Hth ajid Douglas. Omaha, Nebv ,
Thoae .ufteriug troin wa
naanea whirb saD the iileaatires
of lite should take Juvea Pill.
line li will tell a story of
marvelous results. This medicine has more
rejuvenating, vitalising force than baa ever
before been offered. Sent post-paid In plain
packsse only on receipt of Ibla adv. and fa.
Mads by its urigiualurs '. 1. liuod Co.. pro
artetors Hood Barsaparilla. Lowell. Uaaa.
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