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THE OMAHA TTULY BKE: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, , 1906.
COOPER GIVES INTERVIEW
4 n' . eaw.t n as.
jenar. raiuitnrepm win ua it tv
Laaia Thirty taja.
SHARES HIS INCOME WITH; THE TOOR
!f. 4hat Created Seneatlaa la the '
. Kill-Have Maae 111m ...."
, ST. LOUS. S-pt. it.-JL X Cooper, or
the "Great Cooper," a he li called., waa
seea in his hotel thla morning by a reporter
nnA nmved to ha -a rAmtupiNiwi
mln. be i little over ft) years of age.
rif. p ,n ,n,, Wno M lo
created a. aeYiratlon In eastern cities
fcr lie estenalva nh.Wi.M. .u .
v enormous sals of two preparations of
which ha la the owner. Wn'll talking hia
far light tip with a amll. almost boyish
,n Ita expression, and ha seems very rouns
o hsvs aoanlred tha nnniiiB inriu h
la aaid to Doeaeaa. wim ir km.i hi.
piana lor nis visit to Bt. Louis, he aald:
"I ahall umaln In thla rtty about four
weeka. I hara coma here to Introduce my
preparations in my uaual way and I will
give tha puttier ample opportunity t as
eartaln whether ?ae claims I make for
. tbeaa medicine n ha erlfted."
"It la one of my beliefs that every suc
cessful man should devote a part of hla
resources In elding tha unfortunate. 1
rely to treat extent on. tha publle for
Information concerning famlllee, or Indi
viduate who are In need, and I will there
fore be very grateful to all who will aend
ma the name and. Address of people who
' Upon being aaked about tha publle re
movala of deafness, which ha haa mad In
Pittsburg and other cltlea. Mr. Cooper aald.
"I hava appeared each night. In tha cities
I hava visited, before audience that
ranged from 1000 to 10.000 people, and have
etated that I would remove In leaa than
. three mtnutea' time, deafneaa of years'
"I hava treated In publle In thla manner
over a hundred people aach night I ahall
do thla work In St. Louie to aome extent.
and I will then prove whether I am sue.
eessful or not. It will be lima to discuss
"thl work after I hava given one of theae
tm preparation with which I give theaa
demonstration la not the one to which I
owa my aucreea. aa my New Discovery la
my principle remedy. Thla preparation la
for tha removal of all forma of atomach
trouble. . ' '
"I hava not yet decided where my head
quarters will be while here, but will know
within tht next twenty-four hours.
lion of' shops and the building of the
larger buildlnga. lie superintended the con-
atructlon of the ehopa at Cheyenne. Ho
waa for yeara the principal engineer undrr
J. B. Berry, and whn Mr. Berry realgned
waa the natural successor. He haa been
acting chief engineer alnce November 1
The work of chief engineer of the t'nlon
Tactile at thla time la no alnecure. for no
road In the went la doing the building and
making the Improvementa which the tTn1.n
PstMfie la making. ' Vaat sums are being
apent alt over the t'nlon Pa ride system.
' FROM AUSTRALIA TO ENGLAND
Wewepaper Man Makes Trip Th roach
tralreal Mates and Steps
i'- la Omaha.
' Leonard Henalowe, an English journsllat
who haa apent much of hla life In Bvdnev
iand Melbourne, Australia, tarried Monday
In Omaha, enreute from tha antlpodea to
V Londorf. On hla trip Mr. Henalowe la work
Li.. k.v. i ..!., i... .
jjfm In Australia and tha Harmaworth
preaant purpoaa to turn tha tide of travel
from England to Auatral! via tha United
States aa Mr. Henalowe bellevea hla ooun
trymen will see much that la educational
and Intereatlng by traveling through thla
Thla la Mr. ffenalowe't flrat trip through
tha "stAtev" - Ha la tioh lmpreaaed wltlj
tha country through which ha traveled
from Ban Francleco to Omaha and aaid
ha looked forward with Interest to tha trip
eaatward to New Tork City.
"While you hero In tha great West hava
' bean developing at a rapid rata,' Auatralla
haa not been lagging In tha world's march
of progreaa. ' It may surprise you to know
that Sydney and Melbourne have popula
tiopa of (00,000 each," remarked Mr.
. The visitor was Interested In tha agri
cultural waajth of . .Nebraska and of ths
commercial Importance of Omaha. ,Hs was
free lo admit that all that bad been said
of tha areatness of thia conntrv had been
true, and tha traveler had many kind words
to say of tha American woman, nf whom
ttw iinu iictk i v. buu rniu mum unurf roacn
HUNTLEY NOW IN 'FULL SWAY
PALMER VISITS MANY HOMES
Coaaaletea rircait of teveral national
Heatoaarters far the Old
Captain H. K. Pnlmer returned Sunday
morning from an official visit to tha Na
tional Homre for Disabled Volunteer at
Darton, 'O., Milwaukee, Dnnrllle, III..
Merlon, Ind., Hot Sprlnga, 8. D.. and Leav
enworth, Kan. At the meeting' of the
board at Danville tha auperlntendency of
tha Battle Mountain sanitarium at Hot
Springs was finally aettled by tha unani
mous election of Dr. R. D. Jennings of Hot
Springs as governor and aurgeon. .
Dr. Jennings hsa been a resident of Hot
Springs for eighteen years and a resident
of the Black Hills country for twenty-fire
years. He wsa one of the prima movers
In securing the location of the sanitarium
at Hot Springs. He succeeds Major J. A.
Hull, rentgned. Dr. Jennlnga was endorsed
by practically alt the prominent and Influ
ential men of tha Black Hills country, as
well as by many eaatem eongrssmen and
senators. The place waa sought by nu
merous appllcanta from tha west, several
physicians from Omaha aaeklng tha ap.
pointment, accompanied by atrong endorse
While enroute from Hot Springs to Leav
enworth several of the members of tha
board stopped over m Omaha Prlday even
ing from to 10 o'clock and were enter
tained at dinner at the Omaha dub by
Captain Palmer.' Those in the party were:
Ex-Governor Murphy of New Jersey, presi
dent of the board; Major Jf W. Wadeworth,
congresaman from the Geneaeo (N. T.) dla
trtct and chairman of the congressional
committee on agriculture and son of the
late Major General J. M. Wadsworth, who
wss killed at Gettysburg; John M. Polley
of LaCrosae, Wis.; ex -Governor H A.
Markham of Pasadena. Cal., and gov
ernor of the Santa Monica National hom
Major Moaea Harris, general treasurer of
ths board of trustees; D. C. Spencer, gen
eral secretary of , the board; Dr. Elwell,
Inspector general and chief aurgeon of the
National homea, and Captain Palmer. The
party was met here by Thomas Kimball,
architect of tha Battle Mountain sanita
rium, and automobiles were provided and
tha party took an evening ride aboutv tha
city, leaving over the Missouri Padflo for
Leavenworth at M o'clock p. m. The party
made tha tour of the homes In a private
car. The board was met at the Iaven
worth home by Senator Warner of Mis
souri, another member of the board,' and
upon the conclusion of tha business of the
meeting of the board at Leavenworth an
adjournment was taken and tha members
proceeded Saturday evening to their re
epectlve homea. '
Tttalar aa Wall aa Aetaal
Eaglaeer ( tha Vatoa
v. : Paolto.
.The title of ' Acting Chief Engineer Hunt
ley has been changed to that of chief
engineer of tha Union Pacific. When J. B.
Barry rsaigaed. aa chief, engineer ef tha
Union Pacific to accept a similar position
with tbo Rock island. R. L. Huntley was
given the title of acting chief engineer, and
now he haa been given the position aa head
of .the engineering department of tha Union
Pacific, with, jurladictlon over the entire
''yatem of tha .Union Pacific, Including tha
fiMnsaa, toioraao, Wyoming ana nepraaxa
Juiviaiona. . ' -
Mr. Huntley la a graduate of the Renaael-
laer Polytechnics! Institute of Detroit and
after graduation went to work for ths Nw
York Central. After a few yeara with that
company he moved wast and helped In ths
construction of tha Kansas City A Omaha
road. In: Its ha went to work for ths
t'nlon Pacific aa an assistant engineer,
his principal work being In tha eoaatruo-
LITERARY THIEF SENTENCED
Maa Whet Attempts Robbery at Pnblle
Library Geta Term at Sixty
H. L. McCreary and -Claude Crander,
who were arreated Friday afternoon by
Special Officer Samuelaon at the Public
library on ths charge of attempting to
rob one of tha cases containing tha Byron
Reed collection, appeared In police, court
Monday morning.' , Officer .Samuelaon tes
tified that his attention waa attracted by
tha ringing of the electric beila after the
cast waa forced open and ho found Cran
der and hia alleged partner standing ly
tha broken case. He arreated both on the
charge of the attempted theft, but Judg '
Crawford - did not believe - there waa an;
evidence againat McCreary, ao dlamlaaet
It developed that Crander has a police
court record, having been sentenced to Jail
sometime ago for petit larceny. Judge
Crawford aentenced Crander to alxty
days' In his former place of residence
on the larceny charge, aa It appeared that
Crander realated arreat and threw -away
a chisel with which the casea In the li
brary were opened.
Kxearalem to CTcar Lake, la.
On Friday, September 2t, the Chicago
Great Weatern railway will run a aueclal
excursion train to Clear Lake. Ttoketa
will be sold at very low ratea and will be
good to return until October I. Aak H. H.
Churchill, general agent, 1512 Farnam
street, Omaha, for Information.
Omaka Ortlt rket DitcontU Latsit
Trick tf tkt Hack IiU.d. ,
EFFORT TO FOOL COUNTRY DEALERS
Firm from Chirac Camea Hera la la
tereet of Bayeetted Railroad and
Falla to Elude Omabet
Omaha grain men hava received word
from the country that J. C. Shaffer A Co.,
the Chicago grain firm which has located
here, presumably for the purpose of get
ting business for tha Rock Island road, la
aendlng out bide on grain "f. o. b. Council
Bluffa; Council Bluffs weight and Inspec
The Grain exchange men are accordingly
warning their trade throughout the atate
not to be fooled by thla representation,
for there are no official Council Bluffa
welghta and InapectlonS and the phrase
means simply J. C. Shaffer A Co.'s weights
snd Inspections. Pending the tote by the
board of directors on the petition of tha
Shaffer company for membership In tha
exchange, that firm la not allowed the
privileges of the exchange and can get
no official welghta and Inspections. Laat
week the local representative attempted
to aecure theae services on twenty cars of
grain, through a member of the exchange,
but thla member was refused hla request
when he admitted that the grain belonged
to the Chicago concern.
Trophy for B, A. Imlth.
In consideration of his splendid services
during ths tournament of the Middle West
Tennis association, the tennis committee of
the Omaha Field club has presented Stew
ard E. A. Smith with an elaborate watch
fob. Visitors were all loud In their praise
of the maner In which Mr. Smith cared
for the crowds which were In attendance
at the tournament and tha committee took
thia means to enow Ita appreciation.
DIAMONDS Edboim. xstn aid Harney.
The following marriage licensee have been
Frank J. Bkryjla. Omaha O
Fannie Benak, Omaha B
Joseph Malerkl, South Omaha tt
Martha Walent. South Omaha a
Guatav F. Hohenase, Bur well. Neb...... 40
Olga C. Van Lund. Burwall. Neb 26
John E.' Larson, South Omaha a
Fannie R. Vondra, South Omaha 10
John Kovarek. Omaha fi
Mary Kuss. Omaha..... 1
AIRSHIP IS READY TO SOAR
Kaabeashae's Great Teasel Is Hera
aad la the Best . of
The Ak-Sar-Ben airship' haa arrived and
the rigging has been put In place at the
carnival grounda. The machinery haa been
tried out and It was found nothing bad
been injured In the trip from Milwaukee,
ao everything should be In readlneaa for
ths aacenslon next Thursday.
The "Sunflower special" of thirty-two
cars; bearing the New Parker Amusement
company, which will help In the' merry
making of the King's Highway, rolled Into
town Monday noon over, the Union Pacific.
It eama from Tankton, 8. D., whrre It has
been giving performances. No accidents
occurred and the whole show Is ready for
business. Immediately on arrival the
transfer to the carnival grounds began. -
A large force of men waa put to work
on the carnival grounda nutting everything
In readiness for the opening, the tenta are
being pitched and the lot has the usual
appearance of a circus lot. - 'V
J. D. Weaver and Al Powell, In charge
of the Ak-Sar-Ben electrical parade, have
requested that all floatmen report at the
den Monday evening for -rehearsal for their
parts at the grand ball. -
FOOD LAW AND MEDICINE MEN
Rea-alatloas Ianlte aad Makers
Won't Gaaraatee Goods to Pass .
Evidently the pure food law haa the
patent medicine manufacturers guessing
and their correspondence with the drug
dealers shows It. As yet they have no
clearly defined Idea of tlie requirement of
the law aa It applies to their product
A local concern haa put a Clause In Its
order blank, providing for a guarantee by
the manufacturer that ths medicine will
pass national and state food Inspections.
Thqugh most of the ps tent medicine jpeopie
have accepted such orders, one' haa returned
the orders . with tbe Information . that It
cannot ship goods under such a guarantee.'
The Information was added that there was
nothing harmful In tha medicines, but reg
ulations regarding labeling and sals. were
ot clear to the company and It . would
ave to wait until they were defined by
.hose to whom the Uw gives authority, , ,
AND ECKERMANS GET NO ICE
taeh la tatm aad tabataaes of Oar
Jim's Noisy Oasada Agalaat
Mayor Dahlman admitted Monday morn
ing that his efforts of last week to secure
evidence against Ice ' companies in the
matter of Impure Ice were futile. Many
aamplea were taken from wagons, txaro
Ined by the city chemist, but In all cases
the ssmplaa were good. The mayor be.
lleves the Ice men are selling only artifi
cial Ice for domestic purposes. Mayor
Dahlman stated there waa nothing new In
the Ice aituation.
And meanwhile the Omaha Ice and Cold
Storage company's wagons take tack
around the Bekerman home and heed not
the sign hanging in the window nor Mrs.
Bckerman's outstretched hands,- one bear
Ing a coupon book and the other coin of
GRAHAM BUYS CREIGH HOME
Maaager at Hardlag Cream Compaay
Pays tlx Thaasaad for New
H. B. Graham haa bought tha residence
of ThomaS Crelgh, Jr., at IX South Thirty
fifth atreet. The conalderation waa $8,000.
This la aald to be significant of the fact
that Mr. Oraha.ro I contemplating matri
mony. Hs Is manager of tha Harding
s - ' '
Science has proved and established the fact that the
soda cracker is the most nutritious and healthful article
of food made from flour. -
When it is considered that Unocda DicCUlt
are the perfect soda crackers it is no wonder that'
nearly 400,000,000 packa.es have been, sold 4he only
wonder beint that any one can go a day without
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
Indigestion Cured at 74
V , -
If 4 I
1" . T jf
MR. L. T. MnXEIl, 74 TEARS OLD.
Mr. L. F. Mlllrr. of I tlra. X. Y-
vbo In nrvrnly-four yrars of, ag,
va rurt-l of Indigestion and
pain In the stomach by Ouffy's
Vutf Malt Whiskey, nftor years
of suffrrlng and all otlirr fncdl
clnoa had failed.
WR. Mll.l.KR Writes:
"I write a-ltn Joy and satisfaction.
Seventy-four stormy winters have
pnsacd over my head on the 11th of
Feb. last: Mv occupation Is R. R.
Blacksmith. Two years ago I waa
taken with a pain In my stomach,, my
food did not digest and I Was In con
Ktant pain at my work. 1 went to a
doctor, got some medicine, but of no
avail. 1 got discouraged going borne
to my dinner. One day I met a man.
I told him how 1 felt that If I did
not gt a Sfwedy relief I would have
to stop work. He aaya, 'Why don t
you try Huffy Malt Whlekey?' I went
that night, got a bottle. It cost tl.M
I took It according to directions. I had
about H taken when I began to ferl
better. 1 got t he second bottle snd on
till 1 bsd taken 4 bottles and felt like
a Morning Star. I will recommend It
to the world. There Is a neighbor
woman I was talking with Saturday
night. She haa trouble with her
atomach. I told her to get thla med
icine. I would cure hrr of all her
. troubles. I F. Miller, S2 Broadway"
March 24. '08.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
If vou wish to keen strong and vla-oroua and have on your cheeka the glow of
feet health, take Duffy e 1'ure Malt Whiskey regularly, according- to directions.
take no other mentrlne. it is flangerou
to fllll your system with drugs: they pnteon
the body and depreea the beirt. while
DuflVs Pure Malt Whiskey tonea snd
at rest hens the heart action and purines the
entlrw system. It Is the only whlekey rec
ognized as a medicine, and contains no fusel .
oil. This Is a guarantee. Duffy's Purs Malt
Whiskey has stood severe tenta for fifty
yearn and has always been found absolutely
pure and to contain great meaicat prop-
OAtmoST. Wlsea yon ask your amg
gist or grocer for Dairy's Pars Malt
Whiskey be aure yon get ths genuine.
It's tbe one absolutely pare medicinal
whiskey aad Is sold only In sealed bot
tles never la bulk, look for ths trfiae
mark, the "Old Chemist," oa the label,
aad make sore the seat over tha cork Is
unbroken. Pries, tl-OO. Medical booklet
and doctor's edvloe free. Duffy Malt
Whiskey Go, Moohester, W. T.
AUTUMN SMILES LIKE SPRING
Fall Opening at Bennett's ii Gergeou it
ACTUAL GOODS ARE THERE IN EVIDENCE
Nothing Old, Everything New, All tbo
Best the Prosperous aad Bast
. . . tra Market Caa Pos
The grand fall opening of the Bennett
company is on and the'marvelous decora
tions and color schemes which have been
carried out in such artistic beauty are tha
talk of the town. A new department has
been opened at the Bennett store, and this,
with ths millinery, is having Its formal
opening, together with the grand fall open
ing. The color scheme- ..followed in tha
decorations Is unique and beautiful, a spe
cial Idea being followed out In each part
of the mammoth structure- . The Harney
street windows are decorated In pink; and
white, the. Sixteenth streat, window from
Harney street, to the entjranoe In a deli
cate blue and white, the windows south of
thet entrance In bjack and, white and the
Interior on the .lower flown Uv pale gresn
and white.- -r: .it to t.
J. E. Baum. owner and 'active manage
of the Bennett company. la ambitious to
make this the leading department store
west of Chicago and to thatf end Is sparing
no expense. He Is not so much concerned
In making money, as his enormous hard
ware Interests Insure him sufficient income,
but to make the "Bennett company's store
the leader in all things wholesome and ar.
tlstlc- To that end he has had numerous
buyers In aH sections of the country buy
ing carload of goods, with special refer
ence to this fall opening, and his definite
instructions to these buyers was to "get
ths beat money can buy, for nothing la
too good for Omaha." Mr. Baum aaya he
reallsea that prosperity la abroad In the
land and that no people are more prosper
oua than Omaha and conaequently they
want ths very - beat there la to be had,
and It Is his purpose to give It to them:
v New Yorker Is Amased.
. "I "never saw such a splendid window
display In my life, not even in Marshall
Field's In Chicago," fcald Charles A. Hoag,
repreaentative of one of the largest Im
porting houses In the world, who had corns
from New Tork especially to attend the
opening. ' "Those new window dreesers of
Mr. Baum's have surely set a pace which
will be hard to follow. If they can get
up anything nearly as nice for the horse
show they will' surely land the prise."
This coming from a man who has seen
all the windows In all tha lands, is taken
as a compliment worth while.
The new. dry goods department and the
millinery department are the section of
ths store which attract the feminine eye.
The expensive costumes, the superb silks,
ths beautiful embroideries from many .lands
hold the attention of all. The new men
at the h"ad of the dry gooda departments
have been, chosen from ths pick of the
east and are the beat trained and ths most
competent that money could aecure.
Entranced Bjr Beaatlea.
A the customers entered the stors Mon
day they were entrsnced at the beauties
which presented themselves and lovers of
the beautiful were enthused, for nothing
like the present display of the Bennett
company was ever shown in the west be
fore. Many floral offerings had been sent
from Importers and manufacturer In the
east and from merchants of the city and
thess added to tbe loveliness of the house
decorations, which ' consisted of palms,
aspsragu ferns, smllax, ' plants and cut
A noticeable feature of the opening la
the entire absence of anything old. Not
an old piece ef gooda Is to be seen and
visitor are at once struck with ths air
of new styles and novelties of the season
which are displayed. The dry goods de
partment la entirely new with goods just
received from the eastern and foreign mar
keta and. are (he beat that money can
secure. It can be seen at a glance that tbe
buyers hsve followed the orders of Mr."
Baum In getting the best to be had and
exclamatlona of astonlahment are heard on
all aidea aa the patrona peas from one
section to another and see tha visions of
pmIIv aerved until Anfll SO. and the Council
refuses to nay him for the twenty days.
Mr. Howe held over hla term because of
trouble arising over the bond of C. A.
Melcher, his auccessor. The council ha al
ready allowed Mr. Melcher hla salary for
the time Howe clalma he waa holding the
JEFFRIES SUE THE COMPANY
Parents of Girl Who rails Thronga
Glass Iloor Ask Danaajres
far Death.' -
Suit for $5,000 against the Nebraska Tele
phone company, growing out pf the death
of Mildred Lena Jeffries, who was killed
by falling through a floor skylight In the
telephone building August was begun
Monday In district court. Fred H. Miller,
who waa appointed administrator of the
estate, filed the petition. '
In the petition It la charged the glass
In the floor was less thsn five-eighths of
an Inch' thick and not strong enough for
the purpose snd that the frames In which
the panes were set were negligently made
large enough to allow the body of a per
son to slip through them. It Is charged
the glass through which Mlse Jeffries fell
was broken at noon on tha day previous
and wes not barricaded nor fixed, though
tha company had time to do so.
Miss Jeffries'' parents, it Is alleged, were
partly dependent en her for support, and
it 1 in their '.behalf the suit Is brought.
ABE SMITH LOSES HIS WIFE
Colored Maa Agrees with Wemaa to
'" plaaolve Partnership aad'
Monday morning Abe Smith, colored, and
wife,, who reside in the rear of 414 South
Eighteenth street, sgreed to dissolve part
nership through life's stormy seas on ac
count of an alleged Indiscretion on the part
of Mr. Smith.
' Smith said he Intended to leave home,
but Mrs, Smith Insisted that this was her
prerogative, as ahe didn't Intend to live
with him any more. Instead of setting
the- house tn order prior to her departure,
she proceeded to cut up all of her devoted
husband's clothes, break all the furniture
and crockery In the house, and. In tact,
put the Inside furnishing of the house
out In the cold, cold world a aooir aa
possible. Smith summoned the police, but
when they arrived the only trace to be
eeen of the strenuous wife of Smith's was
her trunk waiting for an expressmen.
BIG DEMAND FOR PAPERS
Foreigners Thrang Office of District
Clerk to Take Oat Cltlsea
More foreigners than ever thronged the
district clerk's office Monday morning to
tske qtit their second clttsenshtp paper.
The increaae in numbers Is due to the fact
only two more days remain tn which pa
pers can bs taken out under the old lew.
The new act goes into effect Thursday and
after that papers will, be granted only
upon petition. Last week 371 second pa
pers were granted.
DIAMONDS fir.uirr. izxr. r.i Podge ta
W. II. Crulkshank haa quit the aervlce
of the engineering department of the l.'ninn
Pacific and haa gons to Devll'e Lake, N.
D.. to work for the Great Northern. He
will do field work to improve hla health,
Monday morning about 4 a. m. a thief
broke through the screen on the cellar
window of the building occupied by the
Omaha Packing company at Fifteenth and
Cuming streets, but was frightened away
before n was able to aecure anything. The
police have a .good deacription of the culprit.
10 K AHA ANlV -RETURN
Wg wast to yet acquainted with more people la the eatiytaf
con airy la tbe weat. W want mere pec ale to jet arqaatoted with onr
big store. We want more A reside of title weatern eoaatr to profit by
the great oalnea thia We; atora bna aa4 sella every day in-tha year.
W aro going to moke) x prooooltlon oo tho.t you eft vlelt
Omaha without pending a cent lor ravllroad faro.
CA AK-SAR.BEN FESTIVAL Ja the most gtorioaa event that
waa oyer eelebrated. Thla year It will be grander and on a maeh larger
acale than at any time In Ita hiatory. It glree yon and jronr family an'
opportunity to com to Omaha and bay the time of ydnr Uvea. Dar
ing thia groat event the railreada will make asocial ratea for October i,
i, , 4 and 5, on ail tralna coating into Omaha,
. If You Intend Coming to Omaha
and wleh to know all partlealareabont oar free transportation offer fill oat
the Coupon below and we will, by return mall, aend yon all Information
NEBRASKA CLOTHING 00., Omtha.
Please aend me particular regarding jour Free Transporta
name ' . ::
Ceanty t 4
P-tato .. .,
Round Trip Rates From Omaha
St. Louis $18.60
Salt Lake City and Ogden. .$30.50
Glenwood Springs, Colo ',.... ,.. .. .$29.50
Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo $17.50
' Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo, Oct. 13 to 1$, . ' -
inclusive .$18.10 :
Worland, Wyo., (Shoshone Reservation) . . . r. . ; . .$32.85
Sheridan, Wyo .... .$26.40
Deadwood aad Lead, S. D .$18.75
Hot Springs, S. D .......$18.40
Richmond, Va., Sept. 29-30, Oct. 1 ...$33.75
Kansas City, Sept. 30 toOct. 6. . . i . .$4 30
Kansas City, Oct. 5 to 13. ... , .......;$ 7.75
Kansas City, Oct. 15 to 20 '..'.....$ 7.75
Dallas, Texas, Oct. 6-7 ......... . $21.20
Buffalo, N, Y., Oct. 10-1M2 . .$28.75 !
Chattanooga, Tenn., Oct. U-15-16 ..,..$28.00
Memphis, Tenn., Oct.. 15-16-17-18. ............. . .$19.60
Atlanta, Oa., Oct. 8-9. . . :: . ... . . . ...... 1. '. .$32.10
T? One-Way Colonist Rates Daily.
Portland, Tacoma, Seattle, etc ....... . . .' . $25.00
San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, etc .$25.00
Spokane and Eastern Washington. .$22.50
Butte, Helena, Salt Lake) etc. .$20.00
Better call or write and let me plan your trip for you. ;
I can give you all the latest, information ,
and free descriptive literature.
J. O. REYNOLDS, C. P. A.,
15Q2 Faruai St. Cauha. Kci.
Under Absolute Guarantee of
PAY UO FOR CURES ,
We desire to reach the poor as wall as the rich man, and
by making our fas payabls on easy terms, we Incresse our
business and secure las tin gratitude front thouaanda, who
would otherwise remain afflicted it it were not or Uiie
liberal offer. v
A LIFELONG CURE FOR
Under our treatment the contested con
dition disappears, ths parts are restored
to tbelr natural, condition, vigor and
strength, and circulation la rs-sstabllausd.
We euro straHwre without the knits by
an application which acts directly on the
i parts eft act ad, dissolving the strieturs
completely, uur irr.im.ni i k'nlD,
and In nowise Interferes with your bust
nsaa duties. ,
Railway Xotes and Persoaals.
n I -1 . rt 11, C . . . t. f L. . ..
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peKKS m ITHU ruau paaaea ca-.i. lliruuan
Omaha In hla private car Monday.
W. R. alcKeen. jr., auperlntendent of
motive power and mai-hlnery of tha Union
Pacltlc. left Monday for Kxcelalur Kprlng
for a abort vacation.
J. D. Isaacs, consulting engineer of the
Ilarrlmsn ayatem, waa In Omaha Hatur
day looking over ths Improvements at this
place, and left for the west Buuday with
Chief Engineer Huntley on a special train.
Very luaw Male -caesday.
Every Tuesday, balance of the year, tbe
Chicago Great Weatsra railroad will sell
borosseekera . tickets to Minnesota, North
Dakota aad Canadian northwest at ebtfut
half rata; to ether territory, first and tolrd
Tuesday. Writ H. H. .ChureniU. Q.
tui rarnam street. Stat number la party
and when going.
Mangura Co.. CETi EH HPbCI-tUBTaV
Haw Healns His Bait.
Edward I Howe, former city treasurer
ef Boutk Omaha, has begun suit avalnst
the city for IU1.11. whlob. he claims la due
him as salary which the city counal re
fuses to pay him. The suit waa started
In county court Monday. Mr. Howe says
l be waa oald all right up to Apru 10. but
CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON
It may be la It primary state, or It
may have been hereditary or contracted
In early days, thereby being conntitu
tlonal. Ws cure all Its complications.
W stop Its progress, eradicate every
'..in, i poiavn irum in system, ana
this without the us of mercury or potash.
We cure Skia Dlsrasra, Blood
Poison, Varicocele, Stricture, Xerroua
Darhne, VV rakjicsa, Piles,. Fistula,
Hdrvrela and Disease of the Kill
neys, Bladder and Prostata.
n:t.. or Hemorrhoids, are email, vaacalar tumors, situatsd at the lower
rllCI ng of the bowels or rectum, and they have a moat degrading Influence oa
ths aansral neaita. ws curs nis wnnom cuinna, nor ao w uss injurious llga..
tures or injections, which treatment Is seldom successful. Our treatment Is safe
and reliable, and when yon are nlamlsaed by ua you are cured for life.
W do not offer you FREK TK1AL TREATMENT, ELECTRIC BELTS,
WORTHLESS CRAYONS, or other uselesa msthods of treatment. Our ads are our
own, and while others may copy them, they cannot Imitate our superior methods
ef treatment. We do not advertls cheap, Inferior treatment, but we give you ail
the results of years of ripe experience, gained tn the treatment of many thouaands
of patients, we give you our skill snd ability In ths trsatmant of diseases of men
for a fair fee., which may be paid In anv way the patient desires. INVESTIGATES
Ol'K METHODS AND LEARN THAT WjB ARE ALL WB CLAIM TO BR, A.N'1
WHEN YOC PLACE TOUR CABPJ IN OCR HANDS YOU ARE SURE Of UaiTa
TINQ THE BE3T TREATMENT THAT CAN BE OBTAINED ANYWHERE.
' NORTHWESTERN MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE
Northwaat Cor. 13th anal Farnam'Sta., Omaha, Nab.
Cleansaa and beautifies the
teeth and purifies the breath.
Used by people of refinement
tor over a Quarter ef a century.
Convenient for tourist a. -
Bj the Old Reliable Dr. Searlet A Cearles.
Established in Omaha for U years Tbe mitiy thousand
ef oasaa eured by us make ua the most experienced fepao.
lallsu la the West, la all diseases and a-Umeni of maa.
- W kaow )uat what will car you and care qulckls'.
WB Cl'RU YOU. T1LKN VOU PAY I'B OIK FEB.
We make no misleading er false statements, er offer yea
cheap, worthless treatment. Oar reputation and nam
' are toe favorably know a, every ease treat, our reputae
Uon ts at staka. tour health, life and hapuinaaa is tea
eeriou a matter to place la ths hands of a ''NAM
l.F Ho ' DOCTOR. Honest doctor of abJIIfy as that
OWN NAME IN THK1K BTJalNESS. Wa c& enact fa
rreryoae a Hfe-long Cl'RE (or Weak. Nervous Mai
Varleoeole troubles. Nervous Debility. Blood PnlsJiv
Prnetatle traublss, Kidney. Bladder. WABTINO WEAK
KKa. Hydrooale. Chroala Ptssaaaa. Oaatraetenl Plsaaais.
atumaeb aid Skla Disease.
a3 Is as) eaamlnbtton ' and eonsultatlaa. WrHe fat
a l s- Bi Broptom Blank tor borne trsatmsea.
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