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TITE OMAHA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, JULY
ROCK , ISLAND WILL SETTLE
The degree of business independence you enjoy in the sales
end of your business is measured by the demand for your
goods by the consumer.
WITHOUT a healthy demand
from the consumer you must
constantly conciliate for very
life every salesman, jobber and retailer
Vf ho handles your vr ares.
Without consumer demand all of these
forces are hammering: down your price
while running up your selling: cost.
Your profits are in danger.
There's only one way to build up con
Expensive? Well, newspaper advertis
ing:, for instance, is not nearly so ex
pensive as extra trade discounts, con
cessions in many other forms, exces
sive salaries to salesmen, commissions
out of all proportion to jobbers and
profits beyond reason for retailers.
Experimentai waste is what our Re
cord of Results enables us to minimize
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-avoid experimental waste.
The Lord & Thomas Record of Results
is a classified, tabulated record of the
experience of so MANY and of such a
comprehensive VARIETY of proposi
tions, that practically every class of
advertised commodity is thoroughly
Through its guidance and proper inter
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advertising which otherwise it would
take years of expensive experimental
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guidance of this record you would have
to go it blind.
One of our representatives is in your
city every few days, looking after the
interests of some of our present clients.
That is why we are advertising in this
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what the Lord & Thomas Record of
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ing us to call.
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NEWSPAPER - MAGAZINU . OUTDOOR
Largest Advertising. Agency in America.
AjnaiA. Volvms Placxd for Cuurns B, 000,000.00
PINE FOREST IN SAND HILLS
0. 8. Harrison Has Eoheme for Transform
in This Beffion Into Beauty Spot,
IDEAL PLACE FOR HEALTH RESORTS
ace.t. ). i la4 !.-,lie tii4 -Planted
Jo Jack Fines from
tfce Forests 'el Mla-
C. 8. Harrison of York, president of the
Prk and Forest society, thinks Nebraska's
famous Hind hill might be transformed
Into th most Inviting summer resorts. He
'Our lit ate la somewhat monotonous and
we often wish we had pleasant resorts
within our own border. We do not realise
what we have, and that even a forbidding
region ran be turned Into delightful place
for summer outing. I refer to the possi
bilities of the -and hill. 'The last place
a earth,' some one ears. look at the
facts. In that seemingly desert region
there are pure; streams, which might be
dammed Into lakes, snd there are lakes of
good else already made by nature.
"Few realise the possibilities of thin re
gion. Government experiments have shown
that even these drifting sand dunes are
absolutely hungry for pines.
"A new work on evergreens has recently
been published tY the experiment station
of York, which gives the report of Charles
Scott of the government service, with Illus
trations, showing the remarkable growth
of Jack pines on the barren sands. A pic
ture shows trees fifteen years old, twenty,
one feet tall. Which are already reproduc
ing themselves, and which In so short a
time would produce thirteen cords of wood
to the acre.
"The experiment station at York has
demonstrated tbe fact that the bull pine
Nature's Way Is Best.
The function strengthening and tissue
building plan of 'treating chronic, linger
ing and obstinate cases of disease as pur
sued by Dr., Pierce, is following after
Nature a plan ot restoring health.
lie nse natural remedies, that Is
attracts from native, medicinal roots,
prepared by processes wrought out br
the expenditure of much time ana
money, without the nse of alcohol, and
by skillful combination In just tbe light
proportions. . .
Used as Ingredients of Dr. Pierce'
Golden Medical Discovery. Black Cherry
bark, Queen's root, Golden Heal root.
Bloodroot and Stone root, specially exert
their Influence In cases of lung, bronchial
and throat troubles, and this "Dmoov
gar 1st therefore, a sovereign remedy
for bronchitis, laryngitis, chronic coughs,
catarrh and kindred ailment..
Tbe above native roots also bave tbe
strongest possible endorsement from the
leading medical writers, of all the severs)
schools ot practice, far the cure net only
of the disease named above but also for
Indigestion, torpor of liver, or bilious
ness, obsUnate constipation, kidney and
bladder trouble and catarrh, no matter
You don't have to take Dr. Pierce'
ey-eo alone m to this; what be elalms
fur tola Diaeovery Is backed up by the
writing of the most eminent men In the
medical profession. A request by rxwud
sard or letter, addressed to Dr. R. V.
Pleroe, Buffalo- K. Y., for a little book
of attract from eminent medical au
thorial endorsing the Ingredients of hi
medicines, will bring a little book frt
that 1 worthy of your attention II
needing a good, safe, reliable remedy of
kaetcn oompoeieion for the euro of almost
any old aaroale, or lingering malady. -
Dr. Pierce' Pleasant Pellet cure eon
sUpetlon, OuelnUe'PeJlefis a gentla
UiaUve, and two a naild cathartic. .
Tbe most valuable hook for both men
J. end weuieu is lr. neroe s
PC" Common 6ense Medical Ad-
, Ttr. 4 apieodid tooa-tage
and colored plat. A copy,
paper-covered, will be sent
L aoyoaa ewMilBg si eaau
in one-cent sis tup, to pay
the enet of mailing only, to
f. E.V. Pierce, Buffalo. I.
V. CJotkvbound.'Si svaukpa.
of northweat Nebraska csn be raised at
easily as peas, without costing more thin
$1 per thousand. Jack pines from nur
series in northern Minnesota can be set
down for 5 per thousand.
"Now, let syndicates be formed In Omaha
snd In different parts of the state. I-e'
them secure a section or two of land each.
They could lay out the grounds In an ar
tistic manner and plant a- large area to
pines. In a few years there would be
charming drives,. beautiful groves-, and
young forests of evergreens,- which would
fill the air with healing aroma. . .
"As It now stands that region Is one of
the healthleat on the globe. There Is no
rank, rotting vegetation no malaria. The
water, seeping through the sands. Is aa
pure as It csn be made. Being a great
deal farther north than Omaha, with a
much higher elevation. It la much cooler,
and the night air among the young plnea
would be delightful. In a short time surh
resorts could be made sanitariums of the
Sot Only Health Resort.
"Again you would not only have a
health resort, but you would have a prop
erty growing In value all the time. We
have gone beyond the experiment atage
and face the absolute fact that those
seemingly worthless lands can In a tew
years be made to be worth $100 per acre.
Take a thrifty pine grove, covering a
section of land which Is hurrying up to
make saw logs as rapidly aa possible,
while our forests are being so rapidly
cut away, and you have a real good mine
In the sand bills.
"In the beginning of the last century
there was a Hahara of drifting sands In
the heart of France and this was con
stantly encroaching on the best portions
of the empire. Home times fine farms
would be engulfed and ruined; even vil
lages would be eubmerged. and even
steeples would stand out of the sand drifts
like gravestones, telling where lay a
burled Hamlet. Brementle'r, a patriot
man of thought studied over the problem
and laid his plan before the great Na
poleon. He saw the reason of it. That
vaat area was planted to the maritime
pine and now beautiful forests cover all
the former desolation.
"The government has a fine Income
from them. Rosin and turpentine are
shipped from them all over Europe, and
even to America, . to supply the waste
caused by our own Improvidence. What
has been done In France1 and In the barren
regions of Belgium and Germany can be
done In our own Nebraska. Such an en
terprise as we nave mentioned would be
pure patriotism' to our own grand state
and It would soon meet with a splendid
reward. Land Is going up. - Money is
seeking Investment and there Is no sec
tion where a Judicious investment would
bring in better returns. Talk about the
blessings which come to the man who
'makes two blades of grass grow In the
place of one" What can we say of the
man who can clothe an unsightly bank of
drifting sand with charming evergreens.
which give promise of beauty and utility
for years to come?
"The expense of such an enterprise will
not be prohibitive. Choose a favorable lo
cation, secure a section of land, more or
less, lay It out in an Improved manner,
bave a competent man to superintend the
work, have a nursery right on the ground
and It will not take lung to have the work
well started. All those sandy regions
would now be covered with pines were It
not for the fires. lo laying out the
grounds this danger could be guarded
against. Boon the trees would be so large
the cattle could not Injure them and there
would be excellent pasturage until the
trees took full possession of the land."
UNREST AMONG SETTLERS
Dissatisfaction Over Parcelling; Oat
of Land in Irrigation Sec
tion of Nebraska.
Under the law, which provides that
land bought within the irrigation dis
tricts may be parceled out into small
farms of from forty tq 120 acres, there Is
a. prospect pt considerable unrest among
the farmers and settlers in the Nortb
Platte valley. In the extreme western part
of Nebraska, which has resulted In a pro
test being filed against the proposed di
vision of homestead entries.
The report that the secretary of the in
terior had ordered a aurvey of the lands
in that locality with a view to fixing the
unit of area of Irrigated farms at eighty
acres has caused the farmers and settlers
out there to appeal to Senator Millard to
file their protests against any such action
that would Involve any proceeding divid
ing their homestead, entries of 10 acres
Senator Millard filed the protests and
has Just received a reply from Acting Sec
retary of the Interior Ryan, which also
incloses a report of the director of the
United States geological aurvey. This re
port is somewhat reassuring and states
that the farm unit surveys are now being
made on the North Platte Irrigation
project in Nebraska snd are incomplete.
Until such surveys are submitted to the
department it is Impracticable to consider
the protest of. Interested settlers. How
ever, Senator Millard will ask for a ruling
at the earliest practicable day.
Boad Fromieet to Belitv Omaha of th
OppresalT Grain Bale.
OFFICIALS COME OUT FROM CHICAGO
Traflle Manager 6r Denlea Ills-
criminating ta Favor at Kan.
sas t'lty, bat Boycott
Mas Its Kffcet.
Omaha's boycott on the Rock Island rail
road to compel the abolition of grain rates
discriminating against Omaha in favor of
Kansas City has been won, according to
friends of the local grain market. A party
ot the highest Rock island traflle officers
visited Omaha Wednesday and announced
willingness to make peace. Traffic Manager
Oower Issued a carefully prepared state
ment In which he gave assurances that the
things demanded would be satisfied and
urging local merchants to have patience
while the details of the problem of putting
all Missouri river cities on an equal basis
were being Worked out.
F. O. Melcholr, general mansger of the
Rock Island; H. A. Snyder, assistant gen
eral freight agent, snd Mr. Oower came
out from Chlcagp together. They met here
C. IV Brown, division superintendent of
the road from FSlrbnry, and Dwlght Gil
more, traveling freight1 agent.
Whether discriminating against Omaha or
not, the Rock Island seems to have given
assurance to Grain exchange and Commer
cial club men that what they consider dis
criminating rates will be wiped out. Presi
dent Judson snd Secretary McVann do not
hesitate to say they believe the victory Is
won. The boycott 1 said to have Imposed
unprofitable hardships upon the road.
Statement by (ionrr,
Traffic Manager Gower made the follow
"The Rock Island road Is not discriminat
ing against Omaha in the adjustment of
rates On grain, but there is a condition ex
isting st Kansaa City with respect to ele
vation charges which should be corrected
to place all the Missouri river gateways
on' sn equality. Owing to legal complica
tions there has been unavoidable delay In
reaching this result, but there Is every
reason to believe that a satisfactory sd-
Justment of the matter will soon be made.
"The delay Is due entirely to our desire
to reach a permanent settlement of the
question rather than a temporary one. It
must not be lost sight of that the Rock
Island company has 'already reduced Its
grain rates to the extent of the elevation
charges of cents, which Justifies It In
Its efforts to settle permanently the ques
tion of elevation charges rather than
face a still further reduction.
"We feel that the sense of fairness which
has always characterised the treatment we
have received from Omaha merchants will
suggest to them the propriety of withhold
ing Judgment on this question until an op
portunity has been afforded of securing s
settlement which will he satisfactory both
to Omaha and the railroad company."
Traffic Manager Gower and General
Freight Agent Snyder held a conference In
the afternoon with Secretary McVann of
the Grain exchange.
Bargain Sale of High Class White China Silk.
Our entire stock is marked for the sacrifice on Thursday
$0.00 quality for $3.03 $7.00 quality for $4.50
$0.50 quality for $3.75 $5.00 quality for $2.03
$4.50 quality for $2.25.
Another Sale of Ladies' Wash Waists Odd
lots from several sales, that were $1.25, $1.30
and $1.50. All Thursday at 75c.
Ladies' Heatherbloom Petticoats Wears
like steel, weighs only a few ounces and
rustles like the finest moire silk prices
$1.98 and $2 25
Ladies' Linon Jacket Suits in box and eton
styles, at half off:
$12.50 .Suits at $6.25 $8.50 Suits at $4.50
$10.50 Suits at $5.25 $7.05 Suits at $3.98
WASH GOODS SPECIALS for THURSDAY
Choice dotted and embroidered Swisses, sold
at 15c a yard, for Thursday only, yd. .10c
Fine imported Irish Dimities and silk mulls
and organdies, that sold at 35c a yard, for
Thursday only, yard 19c
Extra fine quality of India linens, black and
white, worth 20c yard Thursday only,
per yard 15c
A dandy good Bed Spread Marseilles pat
tern, 11-4 size, worth $1.G0 for Thursday
only, each ..$1.25
A nice light weight pure linen sheeting, 30
inches wide, worth 45c yard for Thurs
day only, yard 29c
It will pay you to attend our sheet sale Thurs
day, as we are putting on sale our 00j
sheets, SlxOO for one day only, each, 65o
Also 21 dozen extra fine quality, heavy weight
muslin, pillow eas-cs, worth 15c each for
Thursday only, each 11c
GLOVE SPECIAL THURSDAY.
Ladies' extra fine pure silk gloves, two but
ton length, with guaranteed double finger
tips, greens, lavenders, grays, modes,
browns, white and a few black. Come early
to get your size and shade sale price, a
a pair 50c
LACE SALE 50 YARD.
Blft lot of fancy Imported lain bund and trimming
laces, torchon nines and insertions to match
cronni, ecru and white worth to 25c yard sjieclal
a yard 3c
CLEARING SALE OF WASH BELTS
10 dozen of ladies' plain and fancy Linen Waist. Belts,
white pique and embroidered belts our regular
25c line, to be closed out, each 10c
CLEARING SALE OF HAND BAGS, 250.
One gross of fancy embroidered wash band bags, reg
ular 69c and 50c valuew to bo closed out, ench.U.ec
CLEARING SALE OF COMBS
AT HALF PRICE.
Odd lot of fancy jeweled and fancy gilt trimmed Back
Combs and carved combs that sold for 60c each
to be closed out, each 2f5c
LACE HALF SLEEVES AT HALF PRICE
75c Val lace, net lace and heavy lace sleeves, elbow
lengths cool and dressy for short sleeves waists
creams and white sale price Thursday, pair.. 80c
O'Donahoe-Redmond Co. tSR&fftlsgil
Automobile Rental Co. Office Nile &
Moser. Sixteenth and Farnam. Tel. Doug-
Annul Eirarnloi to Dnlath.
Via Great Northern line will leave Sloug
City at 6:30 p. m., Thursday, August 2, ar
riving Duluth Friday morning. Return
ing will leave Duluth at 4 o'clock Sunday
afternoon. August 8. Round trip fare only
IS. Special through trains will be run
consisting of tourirt aleepera and day
coaches. Double berth In sleeping car tl
each way. Duluth and vicinity comprise
one of the moat enjoyable polnta for a few
days outing. Boat trlpa may be made to
many places of Interest In Lake Superior
at small coat.
Persona desiring berths should make
reservations aa early aa possible In order
to Insure getting accommodations. Apply
t Agent Great Northern railway. Slouir
City, or to Archibald Gray, Assistant Gen
eral Passenger Agent, Bloujt City, la.
German Sincere to St. Paal.
Omaha sent about forty sinners to
the great gathering- of German vocalista In
fit IJ1l) TK. H r. 1 ,
societies will be represented by twenty-two
B.iH flfliun r. .... I . ... I . - . k. ..
...... ,.i.d7.., . .Tnn.n, J i WltJ .uiger. going
up last nisht. Borne S.0UO musicians will par
ticipate In this grand vocal Jubilee.
A New Train for Kort Doage.
The Chicago Great Western railway la
now running a train leaving Omaha t'nlon
station at 1 JO p. m.. Council Bluffs at I M
p. m.. arriving at Fort Dodge at 7:86 p. m.
Aa exoalleat train for Mlnden, Harlan,
Manning, Carroll, tohrville, -Somen. Fort
Dodge and intermediate stations. For full
information apply to H. H. Churchill, gen
eral agent, 1511 Farnam St., Omaha.
Sterling Bllver Freiuer,- liih and Dodge.
Tooth Talk No. 54
Two dentists. Both skillful and
up-to-date. One has never made
a study of. nor given the slightest
attention to patnle i-snens In his
operating, having heard little of
It at college and still leas in the
He knowe that drilling the de
ray from a cavity hurts; being
a conscientious dentist he knows
the decay must be thoroughly
got out, and ot course tbe patient
must stand It. This dentist Is a
personal friend. "friend of the
family." etc., etc.
The other dentist you don't
know at all but some one has told
you that he does not hurt hla pa
tients because he uses fncoui
mon Care and Common Bense In
addition to remedies to alleviate
pain In his operating.
To which dentist are you go
ing? You really ought to go to
that "friend of the family," you
But if your teeth are sensitive
and you want them filled or
crowned painlessly come to tbe
lR. FICKFS, iH-ntist. 88 Be Bids
Phont rMU'- f
BAND ATTRACTS GOOD CROWD
Maale of (he Hawallana at the Audi
torium Proves a Drawing
Card. Music of the rare seifc produced by. the
Royal Hawaiian band tilled the Audito
rium again Wednesday 'evening in spite of
the rainy weather and fUnnsual-counter st
tractions. The features' of the program
given by this organization, to Judge from
the applause accorded the several numbers,
sre the Hawaiian "Hulas" and native
music. Miss Lei Lehua has always re
ceived the most earnest applause following
her rendition of Hawaiian songs and haa
gijwn to be a favorite. The Glee etun
never falls to make s strong hit and Mr.
Ellis' vocal solos are greatly appreciated.
The prngiam for Wednesday evening In
cluded a selection from "Faust" and a
number of modern pieces. In appreciation
of . the encores demanded the band, or
chestra and Glee club treated those present
to several most delightful "extras." The
program was followed by a short season
of pleasurable dancing.
Afternoon and evening concerts will be
given by Captain Berger's musicians the
rest of the week, beginning at 3:30 and 8:30
o'clock, respectively. ,
ninth and Hlmehaugh. 41: Mrs. Nettle M.
Munn. Chicago, 4Z; Mary Casey, 43 Sew
KINKAID SURJOF VICTORY
Congressman of Sixth District Feels
Certain He Will Be Placed
Congressman M. P. Klnkald of the Sixth
district was an Omaha visitor between
trains Wednesday enroute homeward from
tho congresHlonal district committee meet
Iiir at Kearney.
"The situation throughout the Sixth dis
trict Is in fine shape, as far bs I can as
certain," said Mr. Klnkald. "I have no
doubt of my renomlnatlon and re-election
by a comfortable majority. I have been
over tha district since returning from
Washington and cannot notice any eerlous
defection among my friends anywhere
throughout the district. I heard very little,
If any, talk on tne senatorial situation.
We will hold our congressional convention
at Kearney August 31."
Never Sent a Man to the Hospital.
During the Spanish-American war I com
manded Company Q, Ninth Illinois Infantry.
During our stay In Cuba r.rarly every man
In the company had diarrhoea or stomach
trouble. We never bothered sending a man
to the aurgeon or hospital, but gave him a
dose or two of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy and next day he
waa all right. We always had a dozen
bottles or more of It In our medicine chest
Orra Havlll. This remedy can always be
depended upon for colic snd diarrhoea and
should be kept on hand In every home.
Fishing; and Camplna; Hates to Madl-
aon Lake, Watervllle and Klyalan,
Minn., Via hlonao Great
Fn'r Hurtles of ten or more, one fare and
one-third for the round trip, good for ten
Tickets on sale dally until eep-
temher 30. For further Information apply
to H. H. Churchill, G. A., 1512 Farnam Bt.
MRS. LUCY T. SAVAGE DEAD DIAMONDS Edholm, lath and Harney.
Venerable Omaha Woman, Widow of I
Historian, Dies in North
Telegrams received Wednesday morning
announce the death at North Beverley,
Mass., of Mrs. Lucy T. Savage, the widow
of the late Judge J. W. Savage, one of
the authors of a history of Omaha. Mrs.
Savage was well advanced in years and had
lived In Omaha close to. two-score years.
Her home here was at 420 North Twenty
second street, but she had been In the
habit of spending the summers with her
niece, Mrs. John C. Phillips, at North
Beverley. An only son, William R. Mor
ris, who was a well known member of the
Douglas county bar, died some years ago.
Mrs. Savage owned considerable property
in Omaha and was well, known to the
older residents. Whether the body will he
brought here for burial is not known.
NIGHT CHICAGO TRAIN
TAKE DINNER AT HOME.
It leaves Omaha 8:05 p. m.
It arrives Chicago 9:03 a. m.
DAY CHICAGO TRAIN
It leaves Omaha 7:25 a. m.
It arrives Chicago. 8:45 p. m.
AFTERNOON CHICAGO TRAIN
It leaves Omaha. 3:45 p. m.
It arrives . Chicago 7:00 a, m.
Tickets, berths, folders, rates and information at
City Ticket Office, 1502 Farnam St.
mi -as". Ml I SJllfs "
II ' " "
MORE FOR INSPECTION JOBS
Korty-Sl Other Applicants Want to
Pass on Packing; House
A supplemental examination for forty-six
more applicants for the positions of meat
Inspector was scheduled for Wednesday
morning whose applications had riot been
received in time for the examination of
July 21, at the United States civil service
examination rooms In the federal building.
Only eleven of the forty-six put In an ap
pearance for the examinations.
A special examination of applicants for
tha positions of clerk and carrier for the
Omaha postofflce will be held at the fed
eral building August 1. All parties desiring
to take this examinatfon must file their
applications with the district secretary of
the t'nlied Btaies Civil Service commission
at Bt. Paul not later than July 30.
The following mirrlage licenses have been
Name and Residence. Age.
Max Solar. Omaha 22
Moille Lebowltz. Omaha 19
T ........ U...1A Om.h. 21
iirsp. iiuuiimi v...!....--
.. T i 1. ...... O ..... k. "ImoHa IS
F.NI mtl XUIll lliailil, K?'MW, wiiiuii- . . :
Frank Switala, Omaha 1
Me.ry Krakowska, Omaha 21 I
John R. Tate. Blnlr, Nob...... 42
Laura C. Mills, Florence, npd ii
A1WII lli-l I li I'D, v ' 1 1 ii. . i u -
August Wendt, Omaha
Cholera Morbus and
"Over 95 rases in every hundred of
summer complaints could be avoided,"
says a leading specialist, "it every one
was careful to keep his system toned
up with Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey.
It's the most effective germ destroyer
known to the medical profession."
To Creditors of Th Traders Ineur
ance Company of Chicago.
Notice Is hereby given to all creditors of
The Traders Insurance Company, of Chi
cago, that June 2'J, 1906, an order waa
entered by the Circuit Court of Cook Coun
ty, Illinois, In the cause wereln the under
signed was appointed Receiver, directing
that all claims against The Traders InHiir
aneo Company, of Chicago, (other than
fire-loss claims) be filed, under oath, with
the Receiver on or before ninety days
from said June 29. 1906, and that all
claims (other than fire-loss clulms) not so
filed within ninety days from said June 19,
till 6, be forever barred from any right to
share In the distribution ot the estate by
Notice is accordingly given hereby to all
creditors of said The Traders lnsuranre
Company, of Chicago (other than flre-loss
claimants) to file their claims, under oath,
with me pursuant to the terms of said or
der, on or before ninety days from June
29, 1906. Blank forms for claims may be
hud on application at my office.
BYRON U. SMITH,
Receiver of The Traders Insurance Com
pany, of Chicago. Rector Bldg.. Chicago, 111.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
fabll.be. Timely Paras Topics.
Oae Dollar a Year.
Fl.klaar aad t ampin Ratra to C lear
Lake, la.', Via Chicago Great
For parties of ten or more, one fare and
one-third for the round trip, good for ten
das. Tickets on sale dally until 8eptem
ber . For further information apply to
H. H. Churchill, O. A., 1512 Farnam St.
The following births snd deaths have been
reported to th. Board of Health during the
twenty-four hours ending at noon WtJnea-
qh v ;
boy; Stephen Bowers. -'l 1'utrlrk avenue,
boy; John Donaghue. 11".' 3ooth Thirteenth,
boy; Albert Dole. S101 Miami, girl; Anton
lIn. n IWIIH Bllirrnm. DO) , J. rt nm
1 1 4 u I ' .. ..I ... I ,i.,niiii K. i v
Deaths James B. Foley. 112 South Twen-
ti-tig-niu, jb; vvwiara a. listener, A amy
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
aids digestion and assimilation; puri
fies and enriches the blood; regulates
the bowels; quiets the nerves; hardens
the muscles; stimulates the heart's
action, and builds up and sustains the
entire system. Prescribed for half a
century by leading doctors.
"Duffys" is absolutely pure, con
tains no fusel oil and Is the only whis
key recognized as a medicine.
At all druggists and grocers, or di
rect, tl a bottle. Medical booklet
free. Duffy Malt Wblskey Co.,
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