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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1907.
motlier should be a source of joy to all, but the luflennc and
tinnier incident to the ordeal makes its anticipation one of misery.
Mother' Friend U the only remedy which relievea women of the grrat
pain and danger of maternity; this hour which it dreaded as woman s
severest trial is not only made painless, but all the danger is avoided
ixs. nv its use. xnose who use mis remedv are no lontrer drnonilmt or
l'gloomy; nervousness, nausea and other distressing conditions are
0 overcome, the system is made rer.dy for the coming event, and the
serious accidents so common to the critical
hour are obviated by the use of Mother
Friend. "It is worth its weight in gold,"
cays many who have used it. $1.00 per
bottle at drug stores. Book containing
aluable Information of interest to all women, will
be sent to any address free upon application to
QflADriELD REGULATOR OO.. Atlanta. Om.
BRIEF CITY NEWS.
Dawoe st Dundee The Dundee Athletl?
association Friday evening will give an In
formal dance In Dundee hall. Frank Selby,
Red Peters and Norman Itow are In
charge of arrangements.
Taro or Mora roantains Mrs. Levi Car
eer Wednesday morning announced that ehe
would present the city of Omaha two or
more drinking fountain for animals. De
Urm are being received and considered.
Most of Taxes Collected County an!
City Treasurer . Fink reports that 95 per
oen of 1908 county personal taxes have
een collected to date. The total Is 1262,
KS.15. These taxes were due November 1
sad delinquent December 1.
Tint remale Dog License Frank Cor
bott of 1014 Klrhola street hns received the
first female dog license for 1907. These
Uceffcws are now (5 each. The city clerk
has received distinctive tags for female
Hors, these tags being heart-shaped and of
Dog Tags tart on Oo City Clerk But
ter Is now dinpenslng dog tags for 19U7. Ben
Etone has reoolved tax No. 1. Others are
following In rapid succession. In view of
the delay In selling the dog licenses this
fear the poundmaater has decided to post
pone the opening of his annual canine
roundup until April B, at least.
Cruelty and Drink Susie Odell applied
to the dlstctct court Wednesday for a di
vorce from Tom Odell on the ground of
cruelty and habitual drunkenness. They
were married In Omaha November M, 1904.
Hhe soys hs beat her with a revolver when
she was sick In bed soon after the birth
of thr child. She asks the custody of
Bins Book for 1907 The Chase Publish
ing company has just Issued Its "Blue Book
and Club List" for 1907. It Is a handsome
book, gotten up with uncommon typograph
sral tnste, and contains the names of some
thing over J. 000 of the people of Omaha, be
sides the list of membership of the several
cluba. As a local "Who's Who" It will be
found of great service In a social and bust'
Mew Realty Brokerage Articles of In
corporation have been filed with the seer'
tary oi aiate ror tne formation of a new
real estate and brokerage Arm, with offloes
In Omaha, by Clement L. West," Edward K,
Howell and Jerome B. Parrott, to be known
as the Douglas Investment company. The
capital stock Is fixed at $50,000, In shares of
j Physical L Culture
Combining Gclcntlfio and
- MADAME YALE'S
I Matinee for Women and Girls
Madame Yale cordially invites the ladles
of Omaha to attend her Beauty Culture
Thursday, April 4th
at tl30 T. K.
As an authority on Woman's Beauty and
Physical Culture Wmt. Yale stands alone
ti ner greatness. Hor own physical per
fections portrsy in tones more convincing
than words the quality of her remedies
and mihx1s perfect In face, figure and
general mannerism, she Is an Inspiring
picture for women to Imitate and prorti
by her example and teachings.
The Yale System
provides for the removal of all blemishes
and defects to face or figure that mr
bJ?utyw " 5 woman la too stout or too
thin. Mm. Yale has exercises and meth
ods for bringing about the desired changu
Bhe will teil in her lecture how women
and girls may Increase in beauty and bo-
I'lmiv pnysiciiT wiiwi In
themselves ail women should lern th
utwnunc lofiu q uie famous Yale sys
tem, the only aucoaasful m.na known o
treansformln hunuui ugllnaaa Into yooLk
ful, lasting sssauty.
ucatia tor mine, tale s lecture, good
tor reserved seata, may b had frw of
chars by applying for thum at th Drug
'-ri tuwiu wi uiivi mtfnj, also
W-nci9I V- Ul I Ml Llla OlUrV, fill SOU L I
tutu iHHigias Bts. i n bun sea
r given to these who make a purchase of
c of M nwe. Yale's Remedle at tb tlm
ot applying for tickets. In order to obtain
cttoloe seats tickets should be secured early
lo advance ot lecture. Ticket are now
SCIIAEFER'S CUT PRICE
15th and Douglas, .
THE CQSTOU STORE
Every mother feels a
dread of the pmn
danger attendant upon
most critical period
of her life. Decomine
1100 each, and the life of the new corptra-
tlon Is fixed at fifty years.
rive Thousand Par ringer For the loss
of two fingers, Joseph Accardo, an Italian
section hand, filed suit In district court
asking tlO.000 damages. He states that he
was working at South Bend, Neb., De
cember t, 190. when the accident occurred.
A Jnck with which the rail was being raised
slipped and let the rail down on Accnrdo's
fingers. He dressed the wound himself,
but as It got worse he came to Omaha and
had a surgeon dress It. Blood poisoning
set In and the Angers had to be amputated.
Tribute to Train Bohool "I visited
Train school to see what the pupils thers
were doing with their Band of Mercy
work," said Dr. George L. Miller, "and I
was greatly Impressed with the humanl
tarianlsm of the little folks. Under the
direction of Miss Mason, principal, and
their teachers they are starting out on ths
rltsht lines. They have uppermost in their
minds the pernicious results of cruelty to
dumb animals and are cultivating kindly
instincts. Tls a great work for a echodl
and this school deserves much credit."'
Paclflo Blockades Breaking The pas
senger department of the Union Pacific an
nounces that It is now able to get passen
gers through to Los Angeles, Ban Fran
cisco and Portland. Borne of the lines are
till blocked, but enough are open to per
mit c-f getting trains through to these
points. The pavls-Sacramento line Is still
blocked. The Ban Franclsco-8ncramento
line via Martlnes and Stockton Is open.
The Ban Joaquin Valley line Is open. The
coast line Is still blocked by tunnel be
tween Santa Marguarlta and San Luis
JCorth Platte Valley leaflet The Bur
lington has just Issued a new edition of Its
North Platte valley leaflet one describing
the Irrigated lands In the valley under Irri
gation and with directions how. to take up
government homestead land to be Irri
gated from the government ditch In the
Immediate future. A portion of the folder
Is devoted to the description of the differ
ent crops raised In the valley. With the
folder la also a map Illustrating the va
rious Irrigating enterprises. The different
towns are described and their possibilities
pointed out. With the folder Is printed a
complete Hat of land agents dealing In vat-
Tines for Snort Postage Notwithetand
Ing the repeated warnings given out by the
Postofflce department, some patrons per'
versely practice th habit of enclosing first'
class matter In second-class packages with
ths expectation of beating Unci Bam out
of a few cents postage. The fine for doing
this Is $10 for each offense. Since January
1 the Omaha posted) ce has collected nearly
fJU) In such lines, one being so collected
Tuesday and another Wednesday. The law
Is very explicit on this subject and pro
hibits writing on newspaper margins, en
closing letters or notes In newspapers or
books that are sent at a rate leas than the
regular letter rate.
Samuel Drhr at Best The funeral
services of Samuel Dresher. who died Mon
day morning at St. Joseph's hospital, were
hold at t o'clock Wednesday afternoon a
th family residence. V,23 Jones street, and
were conducted by Rev.. J. E. Hummon of
the Kountse Memorial f -iheran church.
Interment was at Forest Lawn cemetery;
The death of Mr. Dresher waa rather sud
den, being the result of an attack of pneu
monia, complicated with other diseases,
which he was unable to combat. He was
63 years old and came west from his home
In Pennsylvania In 1877. For several years
and up to the time of his death he waa a
contractor and bullden In Omaha.
Crowley Ptxlng Wsw Offlo Oas Com
missioner Crowley Is beginning to arrange
for the opening of his office on the fourth
floor ot the city hall on April 1. In the In
terim Mr. Crowley Is visiting the city hall
each morning, getting used to the saluta
tion, "Good morning, Mr. Gas Commis
sioner," and otherwise getting Into the har
ness. The gas commissioner win have
rooms In the southeast corner of the fourth
floor and Is waiting for the Juvenile court
officers to vacate. As fast as the necessary
apparatus for testing gas Is Installed the
commissioner will proceed to report on ths
heat units. Illuminating power, pressure,
amount of ammonia and other such things
that might be told about gas.
oly Wsak at St. Andrews Holy week
services at St. Andrews church Include
Holy fjuoharlat at 8 a. m. and vesper serv
ices at 4 p. m. every day except Oood
Friday. Bishop Williams will make his
snnual visitation Thursday evening for the
purpose of administering th sacrament of
confirmation. Matins and litany will be
said at 10 o'clock Friday morning, and from
noon to 1 p. m. there wll be meditation.
Evensong st t w1day svenlng. Vesper
services will b I Id at 4:30 p. m. B&tur
day. On Easter Sunday there will be low
celebrations of ths Holy Eucharist at T
and I a. m., Mlssa Cantala at II a. m. and
evensong at 8. Gilbert's service will be
sung at the 11 o'clock Easter service by a
vested choir, assisted by members of th
Church of th Advent choir of Benson.
NEW LAW WILL0PEN UP LAND
Statnt on Isolated Portions Good Key
to Many Valuable Nebraska)
A new law has been enacted by congress
which la of Interest to the people of N
braska. as u cnange tne law governing
th sala of isolated portions of land In
western jeura. tiereioior not mora
than 160 acres could be sold at on time.
Th new law reads:
Tnst wumn m territory described In
it shall b lawful for the secretary of the
i Interior to order into market and sell .,.
! der the provisions of the laws providina for
.me saie oi nuieu wr uiaconnectea tracts
provided that not mors than three-quarters
-uu suau i sum iu njr one ftersun
, . . ... . w k. 1CM
These lands are sold to th highest bid
der and must bring $1 IS per acre. D. Clem
Doaver, superintendent of ths landseukcrs
Information bureau of th Burlington rail
road. In speaking In this new phase of th
law, says this wUl throw open a good many
valuable tracts of land In Nebraska which
have heretofore been overlooked because
they wer not available for purchase and
because there was not M gcrea, which
man was entitled to take under th provi
sions or inn tiinaaia act.
ORE STEAL STORT DOUBTED
leport of High Grsclsrs Shipping to Cmshs
NO CHANCE TO GET IT OUT OF COLORADO
Federal Secret Service Men and Mnn-
srer Paae of Smelter Regard
Story as Downright
The story from Denver to the effect that
Omaha Is the headquarters of an organised
gang of "high graders" and "ore dump
looters," who dispose of their stolen ore
In Omnlia on commission, Is pronounced
by Omnha men, claiming to be in a posi
tion to know what they are talk.ng about,
as downright false. Walter T. Page, man
ager of the American Smelting and Re
fining company, said:
"I do not think there Is anything to the
story, which on the whole looks to me like
a first-class fake. In the first place, stolen
ore of a high grade could not be shipped
from Cripple Creek or any other district
In any quantity without the knowledge of
the mining authorities of the district. The
only possible way that valuable ores that
have been stolen can be disposed of Is at
the small smelters. No ores are accepted
for treatment by any of the large smelters
unless the smelting companies know from
where the ores come and that the con
signment Is properly stamped. In the cas
of valuable ores being sent In small quan
titles, the smelters first ascertain the origin
of the shipment by communicating with
their agents In the district from which
the ores are shipped. Hence It would bo
less likely that the ore thieves would send
the ores a long distance, as to Omaha, than
to have the ores treated at smnll smelters
in the vicinity of the mines, where no
questions would likely be asked.
No Chance Her.
The American Smelting and Refining
company takes no chances In treating any
ores to which the slightest suspicion could
possibly attach. No ores are disposed of
to this concern on commission. While It
may be possible that stolen ores are shipped
through Omaha, It would be Impossible for
any gang of ore thieves to dispose of such
ores In this city for treatment In Omaha.
I do not place the slightest credence In the
story and am disposed to think there Is no
truth whatever in it. We would be Imme
diately notified by our western agents If
any such condition existed. We have not
received any such notification."
The United States secret service depart
ment has nothing to do with any ship
mcnts of the precious metals except In
bullion or coinage form. One of these off!
clals more or less familiar with this work
"The Denver story looks very fishy to
me and I do not believe there is a par
tide of truth In It. The Mine Owners' as
Hoclatmn of Colorado has one of the most
perfect detective systems In the world and
It would be next to Impossible for the
'high graders and looters' to send any val
uable ores out of Colorado to any smelter
without Immediate detection. The Smelter
trust also has a perfect system of detec
tion against any Irregular practices In this
line. The goveinment haa nothing to do
with ore shipments, but I know from prac
tical experience and observation that no
valuable ores can be shipped out of any
mining district In small or large quantities
without the knowledge of the detectives of
the Mine Owners' association, and then no
regular shipments are made without being
accompanied by guards who watch the ship
ment from the moment It leaves the mine
until It reaches the smelter." .
Donahne Says It I.ooka Badv -"It
sounds a good deal like a fake," said
Chief Donahue when asked about the story.
Tf such a place as this referred to In the
report Is maintained In Omaha I never
heard of It, and I don't believe It would
be possible to keep the existence of such
a place from us very long. Nor do I be
lieve It would be possible to get away
with that much ore from Cripple Creek.
In fact, the whole story looks decidedly
bad to me."
Member of the county council for th
County of Grey, Ontario, and president of
the Germanla Fire Insurance company,
recommends Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
In my family for over a year, and can say
that It has never failed to cur the most
stubborn cough or cold. I can recommend
It to nny family as a sure and safe chil
dren's cough remedy. Andrew Schenck,
Personal knowledge is the winning factor in the culminating
this competitive age and when of ample character it place its
possessor in the front ranks of
The Well Informed of the World.
A vast fund of personal knowledge is reaDy essential to the achievement of the
highest excellence in any field of human effort
A Knowledge of Forms, Knowledge, of Function and Knowl
edge of Product are all of the utmost value and in question of life and health
when a true and wholesome remedy is desired it should be remembered that Syrup
of Figs and Elixir of Senna, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., is an
ethical product which has met with the approval of the most eminent physicians and
gives universal satisfaction, because it is a remedy of
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world, who know of their own personal knowledge and from actual use that it is the tint
and best of family laxatives,
This valuable remedy
under the name of Syrup of Figs and has attained to world
wide acceptance as the most excellent family laxative. As its pure
laxative principles, obtained from Senna, are well known to physicians
and the Well Informed of the world to be the best we have
edepted the more elaborate name of Syrup of Figs and
LOCAL RATES NOT EXORBITANT
Fire Insnranc Men Hay Conditions on
ParlSe Coast I Hot Apply
Denial Is made by the majority of Omaha
fire Insurance agents that rates are too
high, as Is asserted hy the Chamber of
Commerce of Spokane, which Is to appeal
to President Roosevelt for relief. It Is al
leged by the Spokane authorities that rates
In the western part of the country are ex
cessive and that a great per cent of money
received Is expended for padded salary rolls
and unreasonable expenses.
'That does not apply In Nebraska nor,
believe, east of the Rocky mountains."
said Jay Vhlte, president of the German
Mutual Fire Insurance compnny of Omaha.
when asked regnrdlng local conditions.
"There Is no agreement as to rntes here.
as all rates or special agreements are da
clared off In this state. The wholesale
rates are very low In Omaha, which Is a
criterion of the rates on other risks In the
city: so low, In fact, that many companies
will not writs lr.suranr.-. The rntes are
down to the minimum and almost to the
Anderson O. Beeson of the Nebraska
Bureau of Fire Insurance Inspection ex
pressed himself In similar terms and said:
'Such an Idea Is ridiculous when It is re
membered that the surpluses of many com
panies have been entirely wiped out during
the last year snd errieris made upon
the stock holders to cover deficits, while
many companies have gone out of business.
There Is no agreement as to rates In Ne
braska, although an advisory tariff, con
taining maps of the entire state. Is pub
lished for the aid and guidance of agents.
who are not able to Inspect risks In
"I believe the Spokane people have refer
ence to what Is known as the 'Dean sched
ule," which advised an Increase In rates
after the San Francisco disaster snd this
has been found to be necessary. The fund
amental principle of fire Insurance Is the
law of average and the fact that surplus
funds of many companies have been ex
pended and the companies almost made ex
tinct Is not significant of excessive rates."
SENSATION IN SAFE THEFT
Suspicion Point Strongly In Certain
Direction, Threatening Surpris
No further progress has been made In the
solution of the mystery which surrounds
the robbery of the safe In the offices of
the Metropolitan Life Insurance company,
414 to 416 New York Life building, Tuesday
night. Entrance was effected to the cash
ier's office through a window from the
Inner court, the combination safe opened,
the strong box on the Inside unlocked and
a sum now estimated to he at least tl.OftO
taken. Suspicion is very strong In certain
directions, but evidence upon which to act
Is unavailable. The officers are still at
work on the case and expect some sensa
NO VALUES IN THE INVENTORY
Financial Statement of Crelghton E-
vtato Will Be Made by
The special administrators' Inventory of
the estate of the late John A. Crelghton
was completed Wednesday and was filed
In the county court at once. This Inven
tory states no values In figures, but Is a
list a nearly complete as possible of the
stocks, bonds and other holdings of the
estate. It will then be the duty of th ap
praisers and the executors to determine
the value of the holdings. This will taks
a number of weeks.
EYE iSPECIALiSTS, Hudson Optical Co.
DIAMONDS Frenser, 16th and Dodge.
Last Seven Words of Christ.
Dubois' "The Last Seven Words of
Christ" will be presented Friday evening
in North Side Christian church by a chorus
choir under the direction of Mrs. II. i.
Klrschsteln. The following singers and In
strumentalists will take part In the pro
gram: Soloists Miss . Elizabeth Hamllng, so
prano; Lucius Pryor. tenor; H. B. Mc
pherrln, baritone. Sopranos Miss Bertha
A. Henderson, Mrs. C. A. Mangum, Mrs.
Eleanor Ingalls, Miss Anna Peterson, Mrs.
I. E. Best, Mrs. John Williams, Mls Pearle
Smallev, Miss Erma Euan and Mrs. Ra
hern Kllgore. Altos Mrs. T. F. Wl'es,
Miss Jessie Cady, Miss Cecil Human. Miss
Fxllth Baker and Mrs. Lloyd Kllgore.
Tenors James Knight, C. A. Mangum, H.
C. Johnson and L. E. Best. Bassos L. C.
Highland, E. A. Oarmlchael, E. S. GlfTord,
Walter Cady and Errett J. Smith. The
choir will be supported by Miss H. Estelle
llrown, piano; Miss Marie Bwanaon, harp;
Mrs. H. J. Klrschsteln, orgunlst and di
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for which no extravagant or unreasonable claims
has been long and favorably known
r Jixir of Senna as more fully descriptive of the remedy,
but doubtless it will always be called for by the shorter
name of Syrup of Figs and to get its beneficial
effects, always note, when purchasing the full
name of the Company California' rig Syrup
Co. printed on the front of every package,
whether vou call for SvniD of Fiirs
or bv the full name Syrup of
Figs and Elixir of Senna.
AIL WILL GET MORE IN TAXES
Every City and Tsws Benefit! hj ths
Tinniest Tsxstisa Law.
6URLIN6T0N OFFICIAL ADMITS THIS
From All Railroads Omnhs Will Ie
rlT In City Tnxes Ahnot Mnn
dred and Twenty-fonr
With the passage of th terminal taxation
bill, the railroads ar busily engaged In
figuring Just what added tax this new taw
will compel them to pay they assume the
governor will sign the bill at once. Towns
and cities In Nebraska will b benefited by
this law. Under the new law the state,
county, school and road taxes are assessed
and distributed by the state board. The
cities will tax all tangible property except
the rolling stock, franchises and credits,
which will go to the state board to fix the
value and apportion mile for mile. The
proper value on these Is then given to the
assessor to return on th assessment of
the tangible property and to apply to the
The Union Paclflo Is now paying about
$22,000 city taxes to Omaha and the attor
neys and Tax Commissioner Scribner figure
this will oe Increased to about fi0.000.
"W have figured It out that the Union
Pacific will have to pay J60.000 additional
In th state," said Ed son Rich, attorney
for the Union Pacific.
"Of course, I do not know what the as
sessment will be," said Tax Commissioner
Scribner, "but I have my own Ideas on
what It ought to be. The property Is not
assessed as yet, but I have an Idea It will
add between $(16,000 and $70,000 to the taxes
we pay to the municipalities In Nebrasks."
'We have AO stations in Nebraska which
will be effected by th terminal taxation
bill," said Tax Commissioner Pollard of
the Burlington. "I have not figured what
the extra cost will be to us, as I do not
know what the assessment will be. I think
there will hardly be a town but that will
receive more taxes than It did under the
old law. I figure It will cost us between
$15,000 snd $30,000 more In th olty of
With the Union Pacific, Burlington,
Northwestern and others, Omaha will de
rive from $100,000 to $126,000 mors in taxes
than now. i
FORTY-ONE YEARS IN OMAHA
Over I .on a; Stretch of Time Jadge Gos
tave Anderson la Looking
Into the Past.
United States Commissioner Oustav An
derson is recalling the fact that Just forty'
one years ago Wednesday morning he first
landed In Omaha, a green Scandinavian
boy, who could neither speak, read, write
or think In English. However, he soon
caught on. The first public position he
ever held was that of Jallkeeper In Omaha.
Afterwards he became police Judge and
held that position many years, when he
was appointed United States commissioner
so long ago he has forgotten the date.
"In the old police days," he said, "It wss
not an unusual thing to have as high as
seventy-five prisoners In the Jail. They
were mostly of th tramp variety. W
had a rock pllo then at tl.e corner of Six
teenth and Farnam streets, where the
Board of Trade building now Is. The
tramps didn't like the rock pile a little
bit, and soon learned to give Omaha a
"The slang that Is now common to ths
criminal class and which la hesrd about
the police station and courts did not exist
then. Plain United States was good enough
for us in those days. We had to handle
some pretty tough characters In the '70s,
but I do not think they were generally any
worse than they are today. I believe,
though, we had more of them. The years
roll around so fast that I Can hardly keep
track of dates, and some of these old mem
ories seem to be realities of but a little
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lish Cascarets as the standard, reliable and responsible Bowel medicine for the
i American People.
We shall continue in our purpose to produce the best product possible, and
are proud of the confidence of our friends, a commercial confidence which will
be betrayed. All druggists, 10c, 25c, 50c. Try a little 10c box TODAY. 7
When your health Is concerned don't
play at a same of chance. Don't experiment
with unbusinesslike methods and deceptive
propositions. Always fro to responsible,
reliable, skillful specialists.
Ws do not aoots mlslsadlnf prtoss la
Ota aaaoanosmsBt. Wi mafcs ao mis
leading statements or dscspMTS, ubasl
Bsssliks propositions. Ws cuss nsn at ths
lowest oharsss possible (or sktufnl and
suooessfnl serrloes. We bellevs i fall
dealing aad honest methods.
We treat men only and core promptly,
safely and tlioroujrhly UHOXCHIT18,
CAT A mill, NEIIVOI'S DEBILITY,
BLOOD rOISON, SKIN DISEASES,
KIDNEY and BLADDER DISEASES
and all Special Diseases and their com plications.
STATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE
Call and Oo Examined Proo or Write. ,
OFFICE HOURS 8 A. M. to 8 P. M. SUNDAYS 10 to 1 CXLY.
1308 Taraam St., Between 13th and 14th Sts., Omaha, Neb..
Permanently Established In Omaha, Nebraska.
Omaha to Minneapolis
The Illinois Central
Trains leave Union Station:
8:30 P. It, Daily. ,
8:00 A. M., Daily except Sunday.
CHEAP SETTLER'S RATES To points in North Da
kota, Minnesota and the Canadian Northwest, each
Tuesday during March and April.
GIIEAP ROUND TRIP HOMESEEKER'S RATES let
and 3rd Tuesdays to same points.
Tickets and information at City Ticket Office, 1402 Far
nam St, Omaha.
SAMUEL NORTH I
District Passenger Agent
fust from the press snd ready
our out-oi-town customers.
When Cascarets Candy
Cathartic were invented in
1896, and the formula was
perfected after much experi
mental labor by highly scien
tific chemists, it was our aim
not only to produce a perfect
combination of EFFECTIVE
CONSTITUENTS, but to
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