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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE; JULY 11, 1000. egS
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TEMPERANCE WORKER CON
SIDERS PERUNA A SUPERIOR
Mr. Mary M. Brown,.. 141 Qroavenor
Ave., Esat Providence, R. I., I'resldent
of the Y. W. C. T. U.. of East ProvU
denca, Rhode Island, chaplain Woman'
Relief Corps, 1 anil Paet tepertment
President of the V. M. C, of the state of
Khode Inland, write:
; "Soflttlly ss Well as officially, I meat
a lare;e numher of women, old and
young; bright. Intelligent women who
do their own thinking and form tbalr
own opinions. You will therefore, he
pleased to know that Ieruna Is a favor
He remrrty among woman,, anil that It s
generally considered superior to any pre
scription known In canes of catarrh and
wraknees peculiar to the sex. -"I
have' hnil occasion several times
In ranra of cold nnd depression, to use
Peruna and . hava found It very effec
SUIT OVER COURT HOUSE PAY
Talks on Teeth
BY OR. E. R. L MURPHY
Do You Want
W want to know If you want good teeth,
as perfect as the handsomest set you ever
saw In any mouth. ' '
Will you follow Instructions In order to
get these good teeth T
. You are not going to -be-asked -to do the
impossible thing, . or suf fe the tortures
of an operation, or submit to Hume un
heard of procedure. Ours is a reasonable
proportion.' " . ,
First, you must eome to our offices and
allbw us to go carefully over your teeth, to
make an Intelligent diagnosis.
No charge, tio obligation', no dlscom-
But If you hava two or more roots or
teeth In either Juw, we can vt store all you
hava lout, . by means, of .our. wonderful
method of supplying missing teeth without
the use of plates or ordinary bridge.
These teeth will look like teeth and act
like teeth when In your mouth, and be as
firm and serviceable, in alt respects, as
We propone to give you something that
would . puzale an expert to tell from na
ture's. - ; . , '. "j
. And all we aek Is a few minutes of your
time. , ,-
It Isn't much to ask.
- How can we prove that we can do these
There are ten thousand or mora people
who will vouch for our ability to do what
, If you are a victim of pyorrhea, com
monly known as Rings disease (loosening
of the teeth and sore and bleeding guma),
by our method we are able to tighten your
loose teeth and cure your sore gums; It is
a simple method and not in the least dis
comforting. By a plan of adhesion we are
enabled to make each tooth solid, and a
preparation of our own. discovery does
the work of curing the diseased conditions
of the gums. We can prove this to you in
one sitting Id our of flee.
Good teeth, good looks and. good health
follow each other In regular order.
We will gladly send you our handsome
book, "Dr. Murphy's Alveolar Method,"
which goes Into details, if you are too far
away to call.
It Is free. Write for a copy. Don't Put
ii oir. jjo it now.
DR. E. R. L MURPHV
510 N. Y, Ufa BulldingwOmah.
Formerly Consulting and Kxamlntng Den
tist wlUi Q. QOjlDON MAR! IN. INC. .
Eugliin to Briny Mandamus on Solo
mon for Contractor.
ftUISTIOlj AJ TO CLAM OR DEBT
Comptroller nys Me ennold "m
-Warrants for Pnhlla Protest,
( astr Attorney tare Par
First nt Month.
Following a resolution adopted by the
Board of County Commissioners, tne
county attorney will bring a mandamus
suit In district court Monday to compel
County Comptroller Solomon to pay Cald
well & Drake W.700 without delay as the
first tnstanment for- contractors' .work on
the new court -houe. '
Under the. law of. claim. Mr. Solomon
maintains It Is his Buty 13 hold-the war
rants Issued to the contractors Tor ten
days before paying them, but the county
attorney has given an. onlhlon tjia the.
lnstallmenu-Lof , the contractors' pay for
their work'after they ha.ve been approved
by the architect and the county board, are
not nronerlr claims, but. debts which must
be paid Immediately to avoid vlofktlng the
contract. -According to his- view of the
case, Caldwell A. Drake should aave.lre-:
..i.. th.ir -mnnav on the first of the
month. c ......... :
Comptrqlfef . Solomon makes no protest,
gainst tha aiftlon pt the board, but Insists
he canno give urf the money In payment
of the warrant befpt the ten' days' wait
without a 'special order from the court.
"According Jto the former law,'' say
Solomon, "any taxpayer had a right to
take exceptmii to any aotlen of tha county
board by' protest after to warrants, are
dellvered.mJ 'flow ..the' t days specified,
are all the . time . that ta , glvwi .-"V.M . . It
should be.'found that the. contnirt -rs '.were
not fulfilling their obligations in noma par
tlcular, thin ten days alldwed betweep, the
granting of the warrant and its .payment
by me la .tha only time for taxpayers or,
offlolala to-make, objection. The .amount
now Is only, about $7,000., but later .on ; the
. . . ' . III.. --, IWl
warrants win amount to nu)us iino .jvw.
nd under the law I, cannot pay these un
ess the public has had Its chance of pw
testing on each warrant," '
Who Set Fire
to W. E. Dyer's
Whoever Did Will Confer ft Fator by
Informing- Assistant - Fire
. Chief Sineen.
"Who la tha Incendiary who set fire to
soma empty boxes In the basement of Wil
liam E. Dyer's grocery , store and butcher
shop, 17191 Canton street, early Saturday
morning?" is the question foremost ia tha
mind of Assistant Chief Dlneen of the fire
department, who is Investigating the origin
of tha flre.l
Dyer, the storekeeper, say pa believes
soma bttf i who .were, going linking, : broke
into" his store and stole a sihali quantity
of camping supplies and - that they then
set- fir to some botes In the basement,
afer moving them from one side to the
other of the basement-room and 'pouring
oil over them. i ' .
Fire Insurance to the amount of S1.030 Is
carried by Dyer,, tha Petem ,Triat Company
being the agents. V"'
At i:0 o'clock, the alarm announcing the
fire was sent In and , ahortly afterward
Captain Fat Cogah of ehfa oompfcny No.
arrived with his men amifvund that lack
of ; draught had prevented lhe oil-soaked
boxes" and other material ttma burning
much, smoke being about alf"there wag to
tha fire. ,
Dyer owna his stock) of : goods,' but the
building belong', to John. Petersen.
Little Girl Pines
to Become a Boy
Begs Mother Until She Abandons
Dresses and Gives Her
A little girl of 10 years, atureo in u,
rinthoa. attracted . conslaeraDie
the Burlington station. She was
with her mother, Mrs. u., w. wnr
Colorado Pprings. and a -yeaj-oiu
brother, Sidney Lehr. Her name was
It was easy to tall at a glance that sne
i a rlrl. although her hair was cut
rather short and nhe was drersed exactly
like her brother, In brown pants and tan
shoes and stockings. Her girlish looks
and manners betrayed her.
When Mra. Lehr waa asked why tha girl
Wore boy's clothes she said: -
uAllo-has always wanted to be a boy
like her brother Sidney. She haa bagged
us to put her In boy' a olothes for over a
yer, and so when summer came this year
wa decided to let-her hare her way. we
bdught her an outfit Just like her broth
er's and ha, has been happy aver since.
She has been wearing pants for two
months now and has never wanted to
change back to dresses."
I.argeat Block . of i.Trunks. iSait Case
Ad Traveling Bags la th. pity, at the
, We hava tha bat Suit Case for fS.ao
Iq the coui.try.
ALFRED CORNISH & CO.
Uarness, Sad4l and Trunk 8 tor a
iaio rAKvajc iniir,
'1 ka auflctd with wlM fog tUrty.
Ou rear aro last AarU I bc-
raa Ukinf Caacsxaa ootitigi. Ia
Qm mum oi a week I oUc4 tha oUea
Itaatasi to (liaavpear n4 at the ct4 of aiy
wcaaa tby dit) ot UouU mm at all.
ru-uu kava done wemtfert for ae. I
aaa antircl cured aa4 feci hka a umm
Cicorge avryae , nspuieeaj, w.
rwasaau raJaiatoia. Pit. Tat Om.1
lio.Sau.Juo. smii4kli. Vea
MM at yawl Bear aack.
Gome On, Burglars!
I . Baldwin is. Ready
Man Tvyice ' Visitedi . in . Jwo. Weeks
j Acquires, Arsenal and Sleeps , ,
'The next burglar that calls on'me'wlll
f ifttt himself In an arsenal; with all ray Val
uablcs In my shQes, in which I may have
to sleep after , this," daclarM A. .. Bald
win, 2D68 Poppleton avenue, who has un
willingly been the host of a burglar' twice
wjthln wo weeks, ' ' . i
.Mr,; Baldwin's suit of clothes, his watch
and chain and a pockeibook containing
some coins were taken from his room while
he slept one night last week. Taking the
hint from the prowler's visit, the cautious
Mr. B. slept after that with his valuables
under his pillow that Is, with what valua
bles he had left among his ordinary pocket
But, sure aa fate, when he awoke Satur
day morning there wasn't any pocketbook
under his pillow. It had. been , stolen by
someone thought to have gained entrance
to the house through a dining room win
Although there waa a $10 bill in the
purse, its loss Is not felt so great by Mr,
Baldwin as that of a white onyx atone
watch charm, engraved with the Baldwin
family's English coat-of-arms, a white bear
sitting on its haunches with a rugged stick
in its paws.
UNION PACIFIC WILL BE IN
NORTHPORT WITHIN FEW DAYS
Tracklayers Are Hashing Work and
End ia In Sight, Saya
"The Union Pacific will be Into North-
port with lu ralls In a few days," said A.
I Mohler, general manager and vice presi
dent of the company. "The grading ' Is
nearly done and tha tracklayers are keep
ing up with , their end of the work."
The Northport line of the Union rauto
Is . tha 1'ne started about two years ago
went from North Platte along the nortn
fork ot the Platte river. It runs through
a rich country. largely under irrigation."
Mr. Mohler aino saya the forty-five miles
of double track along tha Union Paclflo
from Rawlins to Wamsutter was completed
Friday, making another link In the exten
sive double-tracking work tne union ra
clfle haa bean doing In Nebraska and Wyo
ming during the last two years.
Asked whan ha was going to nave inc
publio reception at the Union Paclflo shops
of-which announcement aa made some
time ago, Mr. Mohler aald:
Just aa soon aa he city finishes Its
part ot the sewer wnico is using run
through so the shops yards may be closed
BOARD PUTS SMITH IN CLEAR
Given Hint Credit for Collecting- Fees
. Jasttfrtns; His Large Of
Tha rountv board, at the request of
Robert Smith, clerk of the district court.
haa granted his offloe credit for 12,600 col
lected la fees for snaking copies of decrees
in the scavenger tax eases.
The action of the commissioners was
merely -to give the olerk a oh a nee to show
on his books why ha keepa such a large
office force aa the money Is collected from
the county and paid immediately back to
the county. Under the scavenger law it
l necessary that a great many copies of
eerec be made la the clerk's office to be
turned ever to the county treasurer.
Mr. Smith saya aa his office waa not
eredlted with feea In this case his force
el elerka. whloh takes care ef this work
was as far as tha records go a uaeleas
expense to tha eounty. Tha action of tha
board credit a him with receipts to cover
this extra work, and by a simple change
In bookkeeping saves bis record as an
Many in Dark as
to Assessor Job
Several file Thinking Elective Posl
" tion is Big Thing, Says
County Clerk Haverly.
The exact nature of theiiiew elective of
flea of assessor baa been much mlsunder
stood and County Clerk Haverly says
that soma men are filing for it, believing
that they will get a four -months' Job,
when, In fact, the work must be done In
lxty days or less. The assessor must
begin his work April 1 and have his re-
ports In by the last Monday In May. At
S3 a day, the highest poeslble stipend that
the job can bring Is less than 200,. and will
average about $150. It was announced by
mistake that the work lasted for four
Those who have filed so far for the office
are E. M. Robinson, republican, Twelfth
ward. Second and Third precincts; A. H,
Willis, republican, Sixth ward, First and
Seoond precincts, ' and Charles Thoeleoke,
democrat, Millard precinct.
MACHINE KEEPS AFTER HIM
Maws Down Plnarero on One liana
. ef George 3. Qraaa, m Wtol
Three short fingers on the left hand of
George J. Oroas, a woodworker' for the
Brown Truck company, who Uvea at SSM
Seward elreet. tells a peculiar story.
Dr. It. 8. Harris bad to amputate part
of the maa'a left middle finger.
Two years ago the wood cutting ma
thine wMch Qroea operates at the factory
nlDDed off 4he tire ef bla Index, middle
and r',ng fingers on the left hand. Las
year the . whole ' first Joint of the same
mWMle finger waa. out off by the ma
rhtne. -And now another half Joint has
gone the same way.
Wc WIsti to Thank Our IVtany Friends For Their Assistance
In Helping Us To Carry Out Our Orders
"Make Room in liic Piano Department
for the Corn Exchange Bank1
SATURDAY, THE FIRST DAY OF" OUR GREAT
lit Mwi AM Price
; 'Cliv' ..'
Sale , was a record-breaker. -We apologize to those who called and were
i: unable to be waited upon, and Monday morning promise to hav,e a larger,
force of salesmen, and every facility , will be at hand to make selection easy.
One Estey . $250
One Wegman $225
One Sohmer, used ....... . . . . ...... $65
One Baldwin ; . : ..... ....... .... . $225
One Vose, mahogany .......... $150
One Hardman, walnut. ........ $195
One Steger . v. ....... .7. . . . . $175
One Price & Teeple, used..., $165
One Schirmer $125
One Smith & Barnes, used, $175
One Estey, butternut, used, $275
One Ne w, Qak case . . . .... $185
One Fischer, almost new $275
One Ebersole, almost new, $225
One Schaeffer, almost new, $165
One Anderson, almost new, $285
One slightly used mahogany grand, $450
The pianos we are offering at a less price than are usually obtained in a
a nt; , ; ciAt A tJtf
a.ri;'3irM i -vt jaj
nnsi tm - - " ' " .
ill iT I i Tilluu.
are all ot 109 make, and are in all grades of wood. Every piano on our
floor is to be sold at a lower price than the same -grade or make, have ever
been offered before (with the exception of the Knabe, which is sold at the
one price the world over).
If you wish the greatest piano bargain ever offered you will call Mon
day. In this sale we have about 225 instruments.
HI ai "s cjfl b im Ojpcos
Gets Four Years
Negress Who Killed James Chenanlt
Goes to Penitentiary on Man
Laura K. 1'orter. tne South Omaha Re
gress who was convicted of hilling James
Chenault with a hatchet, has been sen.
tenced to four years In the penitentiary by
County Attorney English, made, tha state
ment la court that the recommendation of
the jury for - mercy was the result ot tha
obstinacy of two men and the excessive
heat of the night ia July when the Jury
was out. ,
Ueujamla 8. Baker, attorney for the
woman, took strong objection to tha state
ments of Mr. English and said that In his
experience as a criminal iawyer this was
the first case In which he had heard a
prosecutor try to Influence the judge to
ward a heavier sentence. . The. choice of
the court for sentence was between one and
ten years' Imprisonment. '
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Have Boot Mat JX
Omaha. JU.otrlo Work repairs elevators.
Maehart, photographer, 18th 4 Karnam.
Keys, photo, removed to ltth, 4 Howard,
qui table Ufa policies, sight drafts at
maturity. . H, D. Keely, manager, Omaha
Keep, year saeaay and valuables in the
American Safe Deposit vaults in the Bee
building. Boxes rent from fl to 118.
avinsr Aceounts In the Nebraska Sav
lngs and Loan Association earn, six per
oent, credited semi-annually. One dollar
starts aa account. J03 Farnam.
Hans for Creosote Block yarement
Specifications for creosote wooden block
pavement have been prepared by City En
gineer Craig and he will send them to the
council Tuesday night for Its approval.
Tea Thousand Dollars' Worth of Brick
John Lutno is suing John J. nanlghen
for $14,350 for Injuries sustained from re
oelvlnf a barrowful of bricks on top of
the head while employed In digging a ditch.
. Qermaa Women te Hold rionio The
German Ladles' society will hold a picnic
at the German Home, Thirteenth and Q
Streets, Sunday afternoon aud evening. In
the afternoon prises will be given for the
best- bowlers, both men and women, and
FENCES AND GATES AT DEPOTS
Sretent ef Vnion Station Aaoe ky
Dnrliua-tnn far Omaha anal
Lincoln."'"' ' '
The Omaha and Lincoln Burlington pas
senger depots are to be equipped -with
rencea and gates on the. platforms for
keeping people from going eut to the trains
unloka they have business there. The local
fenoe and gates will bef similar to those
at Vnion station here, and will be Installed
The fence at the Burlington depot will
be erected at the end ot the pavement.
about ten feet from the main platform
entrance to the depot, and will extend east
and west to both ends of the building, a
distance of 150 yards. It will be eight feet
hign and probably will have two main
To handle the people going through these
galea "Red Cape" and gateraen will be
nireo. joe.Mik wtu remain aa paneenger
director, having charge of all the other
men employed to handle the passengers
around tha station.
Work, on tbe installation of the fence and
gales probably will be started aeon. A
Jussler, vt the Cbk-ago offloe of the Bur
lington, arrived ia tbe city today to coufei
with T. D. I'helps of tha local engineering
office of the railroad regarding tha ar
rangement of plans for beginning the work
Merrlam Holmqulet company, the Union
Pacific railroad and the Missouri Pacific
rails to Get Beoond Divorce The
divorce asked In Judge Troup's court by
Gale C. Lawyer, who married Maud W.
lEllsworth, daughter of E. G. Ellsworth, a
prominent cltlsen of Friend, was denied,
and his wife was granted a separation, and
the custody of their child. Judge Troup
took occasion to declare his disapproval of
the life and conduct of Lawver who 'was
married 'and divorced once before when he
was only 18 years of age.
Perkins Hera to Keet Marrin Inspector
Perkins of the Postofflce department, who
had charge of the investigations Into the
Overland Limited mall holdup In Omaha
on May 22, has arrived In the city from
the west. He has been looking into the
Marvin end of the case In Idaho and will
remain in Omaha until the arrival of Mar
vin Sunday evening. Marvin is now en
route to Omaha In charge of the United
States marshal of the Idaho federal dis
trict Here Cow, Qat Tonr Tag Ob Copies of
Governor Shallenberger's proclamation re
quiring examination of all cows for dairy
and. breeding purpoues brought Into the
stats have been received by Dr. Paul Juck
nek, state veterinarian. The proclama
tion will go Into effect August 15 and under
in tne evening there will be fireworks and its provisions all cows brought Into the
dancing. , i state must bear a tag showing they have
George Grading la Bnadea Another deal i been subjected to the tuberculin test and
In whloh the Georges are interacted is the
grading of Fifty-second between Dodge and
Underwood avenue, for which the contract
has been let. They will soon place on the
market lots between this street and a new
boulevard bounding Happy Hollow circle
east of the Haupy Hollow club.
Suit for Twenty Thousand Dollars-
Charles E. Cooler, a former employe of
thd Merrlam tk Holmquist Elevator com
pany, is -suing for fcJO.Out which he claims
for damages he Buffered In a freight car
aocldent. The .suit is brought against the
. r , ... . i j ,,
have passed examination. Cows not tented
will either be deported or sent to slaugh
ter houses and killed under government
supervision, ail portions of the carcass
showing Infection to be condemned.
of the last Indebtedness on the House of
Hope, which was bought July 17, 1SHB, for
$8,500. The purchase was considerable of
a bargain, for Dexter L. Thomas built It
at an expenditure of 25,000 and Edgar L.
Means of Orleans, Neb., speht 11,600 more
In Improvements on the building.
Filled in Augusti,1
upon Mrs. RlBley, and instead of going, to
distant Florence as the most popular schbol
teacher Mrs. Itisley sailed away to Floi"i
ence, Neb., as the wife of Mr, Paul.
But that was nine years ago. Mr. Paul
has held another voting contest and again
has cJ.t a single ballot, and the lot, as be
fore, falls upon the same woman, only this
time It Is for unpopularity.
Mr. Paul flies a divorce petition In which
he clearly sets forth that Mrs. Paul Is en-
rely too popular with other men to make
hit with him. He Is willing now that she
sail off to Florence, Itady. Mr. Paul Is
New Directors to Be Elected at Meet, TOveraI year her enlor
ingr next Jttontn merger Seems WILLARD'S ADVISER
aoi ai ah rrooaDie.
Vacancies In the board of directors of
The Creche will not be filled until tha reg
ular meeting of the association, which will
ba held the first Thursday In August.
Until then at least the situation will re
main as It is now, with all the directors
who have not resigned fifteen of twenty
five opposed to consolidation with the
Child Saving . Institute, '
Neither side has receded In the least
from its position and neither seams In the
least likely to. The mergee. therefore is
a consummation not likely to be reached.
POPULARITY PROVES A BANE
Story Bearlne with Contest Between
Banker and school Children
and Knde in Divorce.
HOUSE OF HOPE OUJ OF DEBT
All Paid For Within n Week and
Free of Any Sort of Ie
fimbmm, Rev. Charles W. Savldge haa announced
that within a week payment will ba made
Battle Greek Man Awaits
Salt Lake City Girl to Wed
Waiting at tha Gate-City,
Edward Urlese of Battle Creek Is waiting
at the IHirltTikton Ftatfon for the a.-rlval
of Mollis AUiion of Salt Lake City, who
la a girl tfcat he haa never seen and who
Is to become his wife when the two meet
and return to his home city.
For to days Briese has been waiting
here for the gii 1. . Yesterday he ' received
a tflejfram" from her saying she would be
bere this morning. She failed, however,
to com ou the yporning train and Brieve
believes she will gwt bre this afternoon.
Although Brieve ha never reen his
fiancee he Lh.t?k she will be true to him
and eome as she utid.she would. He de
ciures he dues not know what she looks
like, but he says she Is pretty, for she
told bim so In a letter.
Bik-ne became acquainted with his' brlde
Ucl through tha kUuliiese of friends hu
visited Salt Lake last summer and on re
turning to Battle Creek told him about the
girl. He soon after started a correspond
ence with her and their courttihlp was car
ried on through the malls.
The Battle Creek man. Is afraid that Miss
Mollis will go to Lincoln and that he will
mis her. ' He has told all his troubles to
Passenger Director Joe Mlk, whom he is
depending upon to find ills fiancee when
When Miss Mollis did not eome thU
morning briese told the pa.senger director
that he "would make It all right with him"
If he would be sure to find the girl when
she gets to Omaha. Joe Mik ensured him
that he would get the girl if she proved
true to her word and came here.
BrleM Is about 31 years old and his Salt
Ike sweelhtart la, be saya, about St
J. P. Rice Comes to Omaha to Olarasa
General nnslneas with Burling
ton Official.. t
J. P. Rice, advleer to Vice President
Wlllard, of the Burlington, hs arrived
from Chicago for a brief stay In Omaha,
He left for Lincoln Saturday afternoon.-
"My visit here," said Mr. Rice, "Is sim
ply to confer with the local officials re
gArdlng the general business of the Bur
lington In Omaha. There la no Importance
attached to It at all.
"From here I shall go to Lincoln and then
on out through the state,"
OMAHA HIGH IN BUILDING
Gains Twentr-Foor Per feat laj Jane
as Compared with Same Month
Building permits Issued In the principal
cities' of the United States for June. 1KB,
as compared with June last year, show a
gain In Omaha ot XI per oeot .and lass
at-Denver Of 2 per cent. Des-Mothes,
whose total Is 1208.782, against $M2.t lu
John t. Paul, former mayor and banker
of Florence, thinks little of bis judgment
of popular women or that of the Omaha
Tha latter voted Mra. Nail I Rlalv a irln I
to Florence, Italy, a. the most popular . mn- " 133 per c,nt- lMt Jun" ,l
teacher in the Omaha public schools, and building, amounted to only ,t7S.
just as Mrs. Rlsley was about to embark New York " ne banner city. Twenty
on her long Journey to fair Italy Mayor and one-half millions In round numbers t.
Paul got Into a little voting contest with Uhe figure there for June of thla year- Th-j
himself, cast one ballot and the lot fell gain throughout the country is per cent
Afraid of Ghosts
Many paapla are afraid of ghost. Few people
are afraid of germs. Yet the ghost is fancy and
tha arra U a fact. If tbe germ could be rosgnified
to g size equal to its terrors it would appear mora
terrible than aay fire-breathing draton. Ucrms
can't ba avoided. They are in the eir we breathe,
the water wa drink.
Tha germ ceo. only prosper when tha condition
of tha system gives it fret soope to establish it
self sod develop. When there is a deficiency of
vital force, languor, restlessness, a sallow check,
a hollow eye, when tbe appetite is poor and the
sleep is breken, it if time to guard egsiost the germ. You rsn
fortify the body against all germs by the use of Dr. Pierce's Gold
en Medical Discovery. It increases the vital power, cleanses the
system of clogsing impurities, enriches tha blood, puts the stom
ach and organs of digestion and nutrition in working condition, so
that tha germ finds no weak or tainted spot in which to breed,
"tjoldea Medical Discovery" contains no alcohol, whisky or
babit-formiog drugs. All its ingredients printed on its outside
wrapper, it is not a secret nostrum but a medicine or inusn
composition and with a record oi 40 year a tmrt$. Aeoept no
substitute there is nothing " just as good." Ask your neighbors.
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