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TUP: OMAHA DAILY IlEE: SUNDAY, APRIL 8, 190fi.
OYER FORTY-FIVE THOUSAND
Amount Now in Hand for the Tonne
Woman's Christian Association.
CAMPAIGN FOR FUND TAKES ON NEW LIFE
flaalaeaa Mm Omnlt ( omnilltrt
Mhlrk Will Cn-operate nllk
Waafi 1 K.STort to Rain
jb . Mr. nd Mrs. G"org A. Hoagland.
yf -A Friend'' .
" 'L lTh Bmnett Co
I Carpenter Paper Company
. jvirs. oeorge A. josiyn
, "A Friend"
' . W. Wattle"
'. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Munroe.
I Dr. Oeorge TIMen
; Thompson. Belrten Co
' Mm. W. P. Harford
' "Thomas Kllpatrlck & Co
. ; Orchard Wllhelm Co
t.I'r. M. B. Davia
, Ir. and Mr. J. P. Lord
Mr. Oeorge F. IMdwell
'.- II. R. F.vans
K. J. Kimball Co
AV. L. Masterman A Co
' Mm. C. E. Yost
i Hnyward Bhoa Company
' Fleming Bros.
. K. V. Lewis
Charles E. Morgan
Mwhlnny ft Kyan
Oeorge at Co
Charles H. Brown
Midland Olass & Paint Co
- M. A. Dlsbrow
." Omaha Daily News
b h-M Monday evening at 7 o'clock and
the annual meeting of lh association
la railed for S o'clock Monday evening. The
regular order of business will be suspended
mil a later date and the evening- will be
evoted to a general discussion of building
nd campaign business. AH membera and'
11 others Interested In the work of the
association and Its bu'ldlng have been in-
Ited to be present.
The membership secretary haa announced
paid-up membernhlp of 1.530, the largest
In the history of the association, and It la
peoted the desired 2,ono will be enrolled
before the close of the campaign.
HTAND1NO OF TEAMS.
Color and Captains. Amount.
Dark blue. Hallle Hood ! $l.210
Hed. Miss Kdlth Baker I.?v:fi
Ireen. M's Mary Ijirson l.:t 25
Orange. Miss Susan Pnn 1.. 78
Ink. Mien Hcme ensmrters l.wi.m
Violet. Miss Clnrs Ady i.VM.'A
Hrnwn, Miss Im Johnson SIS 25
Yellow, Mrs. C. K. Tcrklnn C7S 00
Lavender. Mr. May II. Flnley.... RKi.rm
Ight blue, Ml" Nellie crandall.... 4S2.2
The Ooal. $123,000
Donors. Amt. Total.
2 iio.nuo ijo.ko
4 B ono ao.ono
This lint shows those who have sub
- scribed over $200 to the building fund of
; the Toung Women'! Christian association.
Included in tha list are the donation of
Orchard fc Wllhelm, which la 10 per cent
of tha salts of tha two days devoted to
the Toung Women's Christian association,
' and the donation of Thomas Kllpatrlck &
Oo who g;ave the same amount to' the
Toung Women'a Christian asoclatlon that
they did to tha Toung Men'a Christian as
aoclatlon. Their donation to the Young
' Men' Christian association was $700.57 10
' per cent of one week's sales and this
amount wa presented to the young women
' . also, f250 of It having been given last year
for the lot. Many $150 and $100 donations
have been received also.
Donations large and small are expected
',- to pour In from all sides this week, and
tha workers are all preparing for a week
of strenuous activity. Every worker pos
alble Is t be pressed Into service for so-
Urltlng next week and all gymnasium work
,' and extra work at the association rooms
Is to be suspended so that, all may assist.
AH people are urged to send In their do
nations by telephone,, telegram, mall, or
y ; deliver them In person to the headquarters
, 1n the office of Victor White In the Board
;. of Trade building so the time and strength
1 , i of the solicitors may be saved. The time
',- la short now and the close of the campaign
will bo so exciting that It will be a dlffl
. cult matter to call upon everyone. Those
i who have carriages and automobiles not
' In use arc urged to place them at the dip.
('i posal next week of the association.
The work of the ten teams of wage,
i : earning women Is the feature of the cam'
palgn. The rivalry between the teams
' . while friendly, la Intense and next week
- ' soma Interesting; moves are looked for
. V from the teams which are at the bottom
. now. Tha move of Miss Larsen's team was
J"tha feature of the week, and Miss Pax.
' 'son's team also moved up on place yea
terdajr to tha surprise ot tha other teams.
j miss cranaair; who has been 111 for ovet
. ' a week, hope to be out next week to en
thus her team Into renewed activity.
in organization or a nuslnesi men's
," : committee of sixty-five members, under the
, chairmanship of X E. Baum. is the newest
development ta the Toung Women's Chrlu
' - tlan association building campaign. Tho
V committee la being organised and will begin
v aetiva operation next week. Another sub
stantlai aid la promised by the Bennett
company, which offers 20 per cent of all
' Its sales for next week, above tha amoun
. of the a&lea for tha same days of last year.
' Thla Is additional, to the gift of $1,000.
Tba People's Store will give to the build.
lug fund, 10 per cent Ot all Its sales Mon
' day April 8. Boldurf gives halt the pro
reeds of hia aoda fountain all of next week
; and it. P. Whltmore, 20 per cent' of his
sales, April 11, 12, and 13. A branch head
quarters will be maintained at the Bennett
' store all next week.
' . Architect's Floor Plaa.
The architect Is preparing a floor plan
aaad elevation of the proposed building
' wsklch will be Issued Monday. - -
A meeting of tha building- committee will
l!o More Bail Breath
L. ... t) M .
"Mr Secret Heatray talckly Cares
t atarrk." '. K. Kiau,
Catarrh is not only dangerous, but It
rauaes bad breath, ulceration, death an
decay of bones, luaS of tnmklng and rea
soiling poaer, kills ambition and energy,
often eauaea lusa of appetite, tndigeation,
i -siepata, raw tnroat and reaches to gen
eral debility. Idiocy ana insanity. It need
attention at once. Car It with Oausa
l atarrlt Cure. It Is a quick, radical, per
inanent cure, because It rids the syatem o
th4 iKilaon g'rms that cause catarrh.
In order to prove to all who are suffer
lug front this dangerous ana loathsom
liaeaxn that IIhum' Catarrh Cure will
actually cure any ease of catarrh quickly
no matter how long standing or how bud
I will send a trial packaite by mall free
of all coat. Rend u your name and address
today and the treatment will be sent you
by return mail. Trv it! It will poattlvely
cure so that you will be welcomed lnte
ft ahonned by your friend t". E. f? l"SS
6S36 Main St., Marshall, Mich. Kill ou
- This coupon Is good for one trial
package of Gauss' Combined Catarrh
Cure mailed free In plain packaKe.
guripl? fill in your name and address
ea doited lines bdow and mall to
C. K. (i ll , tt-VM Mala Street,
F3ntrles to Date -Dnrs.
Small sums 1.929 00
91 ... .
2. .W) iH)
Total $126,000 Total $te,fC6.20
NEW MAIL SERVICE IN OMAHA
Improved Facilities Obtained Which
Will Accommodate Roth Baslaess
and Resldeat Dlstrleta.
After miny months hard work on the
part of Postmaster Palmer and the postal
railway superintendent of the Sixth divi
sion to accomplish that end, Omaha I
about to be favored with an improved mail
service between Omaha and Chicago.
This service will conslBt of the assembling
of all first-class Omaha ' mail between
Omaha and Chicago on the mall trains.
particularly those arriving here early In
the morning, by making a city distribution
of the mails on the trains and placing them
in packages for Immediate delivery to the
letter carriers on their routes', so that
morning mall can bo distributed through
out the business districts from an hour
and a half to two hours earlier than under
the present plans. ' Hitherto much of the
most Important eastern mail was first to
be taken to the postofllce and their re
distributed to the carriers at the office,
and it generally arrived to late for the
early morning deliveries, thus entailing I
delay of from one to "nree hours.
George Hurst, for seventeen years a dis
trlbutlng clerk In the Omaha office, and
William 11. Strlbling, similarly employed
for three years, have been transferred from
the Omaha office to the Chicago and Coun
cil Bluffs division, of the railway postal
sen-ice to distribute the Omaha mails as
sembled on this train in conformity with
the new arrangement.
Tho mails also will be so distributed by
these special distributers for the various
substations of the city, so that suburbs
may also receive the benefit of the im
Douglas B. McCary of 2534 Hamilton
street, and Fred R. Nugent, 1906 North
Twenty-sixth street, postofllce clerks have
been appointed to the vacancies created by
the transfer of Hurst and Stribllng.
A new railway mall service on the Rock
Island road between Omaha and Fatrbury
went Into effect Friday. The want of such
mall service has long been felt between
the two cities. Efforts at once will be
put forth to secure an Improved service
on the Rock Island east of Omaha.
ORDER AGAINST THE MAYOR
Injunction Isaued to Prevent (loath
Omaha Chief Emeentlve from
To prevent the signing by Mayor Koutsky
of nn otdlnance passed by the South
Omaha city council at a special meeting
held yesterday and granting right-of-way
on X street to the Chicago, Rock Island &
Pacific railroad, a restraining order was
lusued yesterday afternoon by Judge Troup.
The order was applied for by Charles
Fingerlos, George Stevens, John Koaiski,
William Springer, Albert Heft, William
Smith and Samuel Baldrosch, and It runs
against Mayor Koutsky and the railroad.
The objeutlonable ordinance gives the road
the right to build a track along the south
side of X street front the right-of-way to
Twenty-seventh -street. The plaintiffs are
property owners along the street and they
assert the track,' If laid, would prevent
access or egress to and from their lots,
upon which are located dwelling houses
and would make the property practically
Besides enjoining the mayor from signing
the ordinance the order will prevent the
railroad from occupying the street until
the hearing on the application for an in
junction, which w(ll be held Tuesday.
MAN ENTERS ROOM OF GIRL
Gefs t'nder Bert and Conceals Himself
tntll ft he Cornea to Retire
Albert. Hudnall, 210 South Fifteenth
street was arrested Saturday night by Pa
trolmen Voborll and Collins on complaint
of a neighbor, C I Roesen, 2915 South Fif
teenth street,' and locked up at the city
Jail on a serious charge. Rossen makes
the charge that Hudnall effected an
entrance U his house somo time during
the evening, and, making his way to the
room of his 17-year-old daughter, secreted
himself under the bed. When the young
woman came to her( room and retired for
the night Hudnall made known Ms pres.
ence. The girl, however, gave vent to
such a series of screams that the Intruder
jumped out of a window from the room
which Is on the second floor. She recog
nlzed' him before ' he cuuld escape, and
when the police were notified Hudnall was
AUTO BILL F0RTHE COUNTY
Item mt Forty Dollars Xot Yet Marked
with the O. K. of tha
The county commissioners are consider
lng a bill for $40 for automobile hire sub
mined, by 8. 8, Hamilton, the represents
tlve of the company from which the county
bought its voting machines. Mr. Hamilton
took the automobile just before the fall
eUction and inspected forty-five machines
to see If they were properly set up. Of
the forty-five he found thirty-nine Im
pioperly set up. The bill which has been
submitted to the commissioners contains a
claim for $10 for the use of the auto. The
bill haa not been passed on yet.
to Every Adult
BOTTLED IN DOND
Whiskey Bottled in Bond, certified by
the U. S. Government stamp, insures
Purity, Age, Strength and Source.
Full Quarts, 80c, SI. 00 and $1.25
He Git's Green Trading Stamp.
We cany the most complete line
of imported and domestic Wines
Whiskies, Cordials, Champagnes, etc.
Club and Fajnily Trade
We Ship Four Quarts
CONDITION OF OMAHA'S TRADE
Week Brings Featurelesi Market to the
VOLUME OF BUSINESS HAS BEEN FAiR
Country Dealers Report Improved
Trade flace Roads Urga'a Urylnw
luiplemont Men Killing Second
Orders Advaace In Cotton.
Solid gold hat plus. Copley, 215 8. ltitb St.
Mineral Sprtnas aar.
Pr. Henry Aberly of 8iuth Omaha was
given a Judgment for IjU against Joseph
Kolovratek Saturday morning In diftrict
rourt. The defendants were the owners of
the mineral springs at South Omaha and
the plaintiff claimed L',( for hia serrl--ea
III promoting them. Ha declared he had in
rreased thlr value from Kutt or $7.i) to
IliM.o or tJMi). 1 he defetidtnta are both
In tiermany and the ease mas tried during
their absence. They contended Dr. Aberly
waa merely to examine patlttnttd
to secure his fees fi'-m ym
The week has been nolle featnreleaa with
the Omaha Jobbers. Trade has been fairly
active and there have been no marked
fluctuations in prices. In certain markets
advances have been made, but they are
contined mostly to lines outside of the
staple and. are not 1ft mi . Country dealers
report an Improved trade the last of the
ween. Muring tho previous week and the
first few days of the one Just passed, the
roads were so bad thut the farmers did
not come to town and business dragged.
Visiting dealers .bring' reports of splendid
prospeets for thw wneat crop.
Implement Jobbers have been very busy
Ailing second orders, which are heavy on
seeders, disc, harrows and drills. These
goods are small In supply and are hard
to g't from the factories. The season Is
opening up remarkably well for harvest
ing and threshing machinery. Harvesters
have been sold all spring to fill out curs
and some carlot shipments have already
bepn made. Numerous orders are being
taken care of for thresher' outfits, tf
which one firm sold $17,mio worth during
the week, said to be the record for the
"K very thing is in favor of an advance
In the cottee market, yet prices seem to
stay about tHe same place, said a coffee
buyer for a local grocery house. "Re
ceipts ure small, the visible supply show
ing a decre.tse.of Coo.COO bags since March
1; consumption is enormous and the new
crop is yet a- long way on. Prices, how
ever, show' no prospect of declining, but
narnr Cotton Is Adraneed.
The talk of the dry goods trade Is the
advance of lVi cents In raw cotton from the
recent low' point. Heveral cotton holders
who a short time ago were bears, have
changed, to the bull side. The position of
the raw market threatens an advance in
cotton goods, but the large operators hope
to be aule to carry on the business with
out any advances. Advance business for
fall with Omaha Jobber haa exceeded that
of any former season In the history of the
trade. Current trade has been tair, but
not as large as would have been if the
weather had been better early In the week.
The Jobbers say that collections are much
more satisfactory than a few weeks ago.
The March trade In cotton was unusually
heavy all over the country, exceeding
that of March a year ago and of any single
month slpce laal October. The buying waa
not In alngle large orders, but resulted
from general demand.
The rutiber goods business fell off last
week, but trade in shoes showed an Im
provement, and on the whole the Jobbers
were satisfied. Advance orders ou fall
goods are coming in well from traveling
salesmen. leather is firm at the high
prices of the season, but the Jobbers do
not expect any advance soon, if at all.
Statements from authoritative sources
say that putent and gun metal will be the
rage In leather for women's shoes this
fall. Patent will sell four to one over gun
metal, while twice as many gun metal
shoes will be sold as kid. Wax calf shoes,
which have been for some time popular,
are not occupying a prominent place in fall
Molasses Is very quiet, the demand being
exceedingly small. At the same time the
offerings are light, especially In black
Strap. Haw sugars have advanced In the last
week, but reHned Is unchanged. At the
factories there Is a steady stream of with
drawals, with some refineries urging buy
ers to complete their contracts. New busi
ness, however, is not In evidence. The
market continues firm In tone In sympathy
with the condition of the raw market. He.
flnera are not urging sales and are quoting
a firm price based upon standard granu
lated at 4. (Sue.
Tomato Aereage to Bo Smaller.
There is no change to report with regard
to spot corn or tomatoes, except that the
consumption of both is steadily growing.
More interest is taken in spot corn than
has been because of the fact that it is
gulng rapidly into consumption. The prices
made on corn for future ure making many
fiackars hesitate about putting their money
ulo goods another season and it la bellevsd
that the acreugu will lie very largely cur
tailed. Jobbers say that it will take heroic
in.-aaures. 'I he demand for tomatoes is
they have had thiv year, and the larger
packers seem determined to adopt those
measures. The demand for tpmatoes Is
growing materially, yet there is no ap-
irerlable change in the market. There
s a disposition to stand for a little higher
price, yet this higher price is hard to
in California canned goods the market
has sharply advanced on apricots, from 10
to 15 cents per doxen on z-pouna gooas
and cents per dozen on gallons. Gallon
peaches are very tirnily held, with every
assurance hat thev will go out at full
prices, or even higher titan today's quo
tations. Gallon apples are also rery firmly held.
There is no disposition In anv point to
shade price, but on the otaer hand the
goods ure under very close control and
there is no possibility of any change to
a lower bacls.
Telegraphic advii-e from the roast gives
the Information mat rtu.i.e aruu apru-ois
have been advanced t to of a cent per
pound; peaches, cent: prune. 14 to of
a cent. This meuna that there is hardly
ecuurh u 'heait articles, .;ti . '"n1'
roast, outside of prunes, tj take care of
Iried fruit Is moving very rapidly, the
demand Increasing day by day. Evnporated
apples are more strongly held, many hold
ers having advanced their prices M of a
cent per pound the past week.
The rice mills of the south held a meet
ing the past week to size up the situation
on Japan rice. They give out the figures
that the mills, since the first of the year,
have sold on an average lSi.OOO bags of rlee
per month and that the available supply
of Japan rices la only about 4.'o,uo0 ba;s,
or two and one-half months' onWnary sup
ply. There are, however, six full months
before the trade can get any adequate
supply of new Japans. JudgliiK. therefore,
from statistical position. It would not take
a very heavy demand to further advance
Japan rices Vt to H of a cent per pound.
Prices In rice a,re considerably firmer.
Sporting; Goods Move Freely.
Hardware orders are coming fast, but
they aro not large because of the wet
weather, preventing the trade In the farm
ing communities from getting to market.
Omaha hardware Jobbers, however, an
nounce that the smalj orders are keeping
them busy, There is no change In the
nail prices, although an advance had been
expected. Wire remains the same as last
week. Fishing tackle, guns, ammunition
and other sporting goods are moving
freely. The demand for builders' hardware
continues to be good and the outlook for
brink business In that line is very flattering.
Manufacturers of wood planes have
changed their lists, making an advance of
la to la per cent. Painted wire cloth has
advanced 5 per cent. HI rap and tee hinges
are up approximately 10 per cent.
Window glass remains firm and the in
dications are that there will be an ad
vance. There Is a scarcity of supply be
cause of extensive building operations over
the country. Plate glass is Hrm and the
demand is very heavy. Turpentine is a
little weaker than last week, now being
ouoted at 7i cents. Southern lead is quoted
at "s cents, while Carter lead is' 7' cents.
Oils arc firm. and. with lead, are In good
demand. Haw llnseea oil Is worth 40 cents;
uoilea is quotea at w rents.
ORDINANCE FOR WORK HOUSE
Measare Drana by Judge Crawford
' Will Bo Presented to tlty
At next Tuesday evening's meeting of
the city council Mayor Zlmman will Intro-
duce an ordinance to provide for the sub
mitting to the voters at the city election.
May 1, the question and proposition of
Issuing bonds of the city of Omaha In the
urn of I45.00O for the purchase of a site
and the construction thereon of a house
of correction and workhouse for the de
tention and correction of city prisoners.
A number, of the councllmen have ex
pressed themselves In favor of the work
house project, which has been discussed
In The Bee for some months.
It Is believed the county commissioners
may agree to grant a portion of the poor
farm tract for the erection of the work
bouse. In which event the cost of the
Institution would be materially reduced.
Police Judge Crawford, who has been
activs in the agitation of thla matter, Is
now confident the time Is ripe for the
carrying through of the project, which he
and others believe Is, a pressing need at this
the hope of restoring him, but hopes seem
to be In vain. Mr. Coleman is "8 years of
age. lie is the father of four children.
INVITATION TO E. ROSEWATER
Attendance at International Peace
Conference at Lake Mohonk
. Mr. and Mrs. iklward Kosewatcr have
been Invited to attend the annual Iike
Mohonk conference on international arbi
tration as the personal guests of Mr. Al
bert K. Smiley, The conference will be
held May 30 to June 1, but owing to ab
sence abroad, the Invitation will have to
BIGGEST VERDICT POSSIBLE
Maximum Aaaoaat Returned ' for
Woman Who Bues for Death
of Her Hasbaad.
A Jury In Judge Kstelle's court returned
a verdict Saturday for V.M) ,in favor of
Mrs. Laura Grimm, in her suit against the
Omaha Electric Light and Power company
for damages growing out of the accidental
death oX her husband, Joseph C. Grimm,
August 2D. 1904. This 'la the maximum
amount, which could be returned under the
Grimm was in the employ of the defend
ant company and was sent Into the base
ment of tha residence of W. L. Selby, In
Dundee, to fix a wire.
While working there he received a charge
of electricity, which caused his instant
death. The plaintiff asserted the electric
wire were exposed In a dangerous way
and his death was not the result of his
G. R. COLEMAN IS SINKING
Omaha Maa at Hot Sprtusa Thoacht
a Bo Dying- of Con
George R. Coleman, Kill California street,
manager of the Omaha Mortgage Loan
company. In the Board of Trade building
Is dangerously 111 at Hot Springs, Ark., of
quick consumption. Mrs. Coleman haa been
advised of her husband's condition and left
for Hot Springs last night. Mr. Cole
man, whose health has been failing for
tome years, la pronounced by one physi
cian In a hopeless condition. He was
takes trt Xtfprfnas s, K,ort lime, fp-g
Woman Arrested na Insane.
Mrs. Ada Anderson, 507 South Thirteenth
street, aged aliout Jit yenrs, was taken to
the police station Saturday evening by
Detective Dunn nnd detu'ned there as
Insane. The detention of the woman wna
tho result of complaint from neighbor,
who feared she would set Are to the tint
In which she lived. It Is asserted Mr.
And ri-on set fire to a mattress, and when
the blase waa extinguished by a chance
caller that she again attempted to get up
s conflagration. At the station she ap
peared entirely sane, but seemed o have
no recollection of any misconduct. Her
father, M. Gard. explained his daughter is
subject to a form of fits and whatever she
may do while suffering an attack com
pletely leaves her mind. . .
Shot by Wife During; Quarrel.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo., .pril 7.-Frank Ho
bart, aged 40, was shot and perhaps fatally
wounded by his wife late today, during n
quarrel. Hobart was purxtiing his wife
about the house with a raxor in his hand
when she secured possession of his revolver
In their bedroom and fired at him. The
bullet lodged In his neck. He came here
from Chicago several years ago, where he
' employed as a motorman bv the cllv
FREE EASTER LILIES
A beautiful Easter Lily will be
given free with each $10.00. or over,
purchase mad in our Men's Cloth
Juit in Tme fr Easter
Special Sale of
"Sincerity Sample Suits
' $15.00, $18.00, $20.00 Suits
I000 an! 1250
FREE A nice new Top with each Boy's Suit
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
The following; marriage licenses have
Name and Residence. Ae.
Charles McNisli, South Omaha 22
Josephine Olsen, South Omaha tl
Walter 8. Donaldson. Benson 30
Susan Smeltzer, Benaon 4i
Oarl Mannwcller. Omaha 21
Martha Sehoenlng. Omaha 21
William MeVey. Omaha :
Sarah Lovitt, Omaha 13
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Kodaks from 5 up. Brownies from fl'to f 12.
Bargains in 2nd Hand Cameras
A $32.00 Century for $12.50.
Others at about one-half their value.
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answer your letter promptlv, giving you,
absolutely free, full Infuriiiatlnn and proof
of niany remarkatii cures. Aaiir.ts lr.
""" Vai"'i I' i " Kliig., at. Louis,
1 VUrXL'-r '.ft
WE CURE OUR PATIENTS
UNDER AN ABSOLUTS GUARANTEE
NOT A DOLLAR
Required to Commence Treatment
I Others May Treat,
But W Curs
nMon for f
HPX:iAL OFFER. Owing to the fact that ao many
have been unable to avail themselves of our treatment
and in view of there being so many affllotoa W1T1
Sf fcX:IAL and CHRONIC DIBEAbfcS who aro treat
ing with inexperienced doctors without receiving any
benefit, we have decided to make a special offer to
treat any single uncomplicated case for tha foa of
Ho to until April 1st, those who are now undergoing
treatment elsewhere ana are aissauanea, oxoesn uutoa
Al you have become over failures of others, ee aot
Dolson. no matter now saepuc
hsstlate longer, we can give you oulck relief and pertect heaiui. ana you wiu never
aaaln have to bo treated for the oame trouble. Do net take treatment aJsewhas-e until
5u have consulted the old reliable Dr. nearlee A Searlea. IMIABU.Hic in Oat AHA
inr is TEAKS, whose name and reputation are so favorably known ss the most ex-
rl.d and successful SPECIALISTS IN THE WUJT. AS CURB
Weak 'nervous" men. Enervous debility, varicocele, troubles, blood potaon, eentrafited
diseases, prostatic troubles, wasting weaknesses, hydrocele, chronlo disss sea, stomac.
f Ble?enat'lons and consultation. Writs for Symptom blank. V years la Omaha.
Dli. 8 bl All LiUi A bEAItl.CS, tourteeulti and Douglas Btrcets, Omaha, Xeb.
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