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TAR STORYJOBERS TOWN
loiture of Girl No Longer Rcjarded i
as Joke at Lincoln Center.
RICORD IS UNDER CROSS-FIRE
llsrhrr WUo Took, blrl for ltrlve
X Attempt Wmm Made to Cot
Him t Modify III
LINCOLN CENTER. Kan.. Nov.
Jiary Chamberlain, the Shady Hend
school teacher, facing Kdvcard Rlcord,
lrr decoyer. and the three other men
charged with complicity In the attack
iipon the young woman, took the stand
this afternoon and began the recital of
her terrible experiences on the lonely
:oadway on the night of the now famous
Contrary o the general expectation,
.Mini Mary Chamberlain did not take the
witness stand In the "tar party" case
nt the morning e.-lon of the trial here
today, After th'j noon adjournment, Pros
ecutor Mi:Cunlcs said he iMruded to
close his cac with the testimony of the
school teacher victim of the assault.
Jler story probably will be heard lute to-uaj-,
A new feature In the conspiracy ygninsl
the K'rl devt loped today In the cross
examination of ICduard Rlcord, a con
fessed assailant of the young woman. Vie
testified he had planned to commit an
immoral act before the eyes of the mob
at the point selected for the staging of
the "tarring." The band was then to
l.nvw attacked the girt. Miss Chamber
lain repulsed him, ho paid, and thus the
icheme was 'oiled.
Long lines of teams were hitched auou.
tho court house and curbs were lined
with automobiles two hours before court
convened today for tho second session
of the trial of Sherrlll Chirk. A. M. Blmms
and John Schmidt, charged ' wltb com
plicity In the tarring of Miss Mary Cham
berlain, the young school teacher. The
possibility of Miss ' Chamberlain telling
her own story on the stand today at
tracted visitors to court from thirty miles
around. ' ' ' .
Peglnnlng with this morning the jury
will remain together. Judge Groves has
Issued an order to tWs effect at the te
chiest of the prosecution, und a special
bailiff has been appointed to remain day
and night with the twelvo men who ar
to decide the case.
The testimony yesterday of Kdwurd
Rlcord, the barber decoy who betrayed
the reboot teacher, nd of Chester An
derson and ltclbert Klndclsparger, has
caused a hush to fall upon corner con
claves in which the "tar party" pre
viously bad been discussed largely In the
light of a joke. Grim detail given In
evidence have created a generally
more serious view of what Is now often
utyled "the county's disgrace."
Itlcord I'uiler Cross-Flre.
Edward itlcord resumed his testimony
nt' the opening of court this, morning.
Prosecutor McCandless said Miss Cham
berlain probably would take . the stand
us soon as Itlcord finished Vils story.
Itlcord told of meeting Sherrlll Clark,
one of the defendants on tho Sunday
following the attack.
"What do you think they will do to
me?" Rlcord testified he asked Clark.
"If they send you to the penitentiary."
the witness alleged Clark said. "Mary
will go, too, as I have evidence which
will convlrV her." " ' '.
AX this point Attorney J, J. McCurdy
of the defense took Rlcord for cross-examination.
The witness again told of
Chester Anderson proposing to. him that
ho take Miss, Chumberlatn driving, and
detailed a plan they discussed for Rlcord
and tho school teacher to bo found In a
compromising poultlon by the "tar party."
An attempt of the defense to question
Rlcord regarding his previous acquaint
ance with Miss- Chamberlain was stopped
by an objection by the state. .
"Has anyone t'M you that vf you testi
fied you had 1... proper relations with
Miss Chamberlain you would be sent to
prison?" Attorney McCurdy asked sud
denly. - J
Rlcord Wan averue to answering thu
question and asked the court If a reply
was compulsory. Told that ft was, Rlcord
"Did you know, ''aaked Attorney Mc
Curdy, "when you started on the trip
that the Intention was to tar Miss Cham
i "I did not," he answered.
On ra-dlrect examination Klcord testified-
that he made two attempts to at
tack Mlas Chamberlain . while they were
In the buggy, but was .unsuccessful.
".She would not stand 'for. me putting
my arms around . her and said she
wanted me to turn around and go home."
he said. .- . i '.
sheriff Ilrnln (mrnnllon.
Khesiff Wolford fallowed Rlcord on the
stand. The . theriff .entered a general
denial of RIcord'B charge against hlni,
lM-nJamln Patenter, one of the four boys
who hid behind 'a hedge, near the scene
of the attack then testified. The fact
that the hedge was thick and his memory
poor prevented him from giving miy
valuable testimony. .
Details of a meeting at Slicrrill ( lark's
hady Rend mill to plan the attack were
recited by Watson Serantun, the next
witness.' He recently pleaded ' guilty to
assault and is. awaiting sentence. Soian
tou said Sherrlll and Everett 4.1. Clark.
Chester Anderson, A. N. -Slmms. Jay
I-'ltzwater and James Boote helped plan
Tho three, men now on trial, Sherrlll
Clark, John Kchi.iltt and . A. N. Slmms.
did. not participate In the attack, Scran
ton said,' but he met. them on the road,
headed for the "party."
We have a
large. force at work opening up and marking
and important importations of CHINA.
Each year thousands wait for our opening sale. We have
been delayed this time, owing to our new addition and the
alterations NECESSARY BEFORE MOVING IN.
flight and ay Wodinien
Eniaw Been llysiiiiinig Thin
Almost ready now. In a few days we will an
nounce the opening and sale of the greatest
collection of choice China ever shown by us.
' Instinctively ! Intuitively! Inevitably! Those who
know think of Kilpatrick's when their minds turn to fine
China or glassware.
Forget Hot, the Great Extension Sale is Still in Full Blast
Rushing business has caused us to overlook notifying you that we
have a splendid assortment of the new two-toned and plaid back heavy
wool goods, now so popular and so very scarce. Corduroys too, in most
colors and the finest costume velyetas.
ThSa K5!pa(rflk x cm pa ray
" hi - i i ' 1 ,; '
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of Chief Attractions and Thlair of Iatrtt
Seen at the Land Slion
Ilooth of the Mtf duck and th loud noise; where
they gava away five sires or orange land to the
lucky guesser on the Jar of nut. The land of
flower. oranges, grape Inilt, lemons, flga, dates,
nuts, olive and alfalfa the year round. Address,
North Salt River Valley Irrigation Co.. I'hoenlx, Ar.
1,om Angeles. Sau Dtt,-i. The Uooth where you
fw everylhltiu wortn whllo and then nome!
lncluilliiR (llmale and opportunity. Addross
l.oa An(tele I'linintier of Commerce, or Ban
L'le;o Chaniher of C nm.rrce. Uetter atllk S
out and nee for yourselves.
Where )ou tiw the lainous Hacramento Valley
l.Mill.lt Inoulra about the next excursion to
Una lieautlful country. Nov. li. Trowbridge
& liolster. 404 t:ly National Tank Building.
Omaha, Nebraska. .
Booth you saw the big
.rm ih.iainen. or' . iu iivmuni w .c
hims. AUo the fin. oraiiKcs, lemons and citrus
At the T"lar Coutuy
iliims. aiho trie tin. oraiiKe. lemun. ViVV
Vriills. You i'n farm lor pleasur. and profit In
1 ulae I'ounly. Aildrcin, Tulare County JloaM
Record of Lorimer
Fund Not in Books
. of TildenorHines
CHICAGO, Nov. 2t. Neither Edward
Ulnea, the lumberman, nor Edward Tll
den, the packer, was tin custodian of
1100,000 fund, or any other fund which
waa to be used to pay off the expenses
of William I,orlmer. to. the United Plates
Henute, according . to experts' reports
submitted to the aenatorlal Investigating
Tho evidence for . tho "defense" came
In response to previous testimony of C.
8. Funk, general manager of the Inter
national Harvester company. He testi
fied . that after the election of Larimer
to the senate. Mr. HmeB had jsollclted a
contribution of ' $10,000 to a I1C0.000 fund
to pay for "putting Mr. Lorimer ovr,
It being suggested that Mr. Tllden' was
cuxtodlan of thin fund. An expert after
examining the books of nines and Tll
den reported there was no evidence of
their having handled any such fund.
,Tho report also confirms the testimony
of D. W. Holetlaw, former state senator,
who confessed to having received ,500
in July, 1903, for i his vote for' Lorlmer.
Holstlaw .said he received tho money
from John Brodertck, another state sen
ator. .', '.. ..' .- -' '
NEBRASKA STATION EARNINGS
Business of All Roads ' at Omaha
More Than Eleven Millions.
SOUTH OMAHA SIX MILLIONS
Lincoln tomes Third nllh More
Thau Three Millions Uraud
Island Only Other Illy
Above a Mllllou. -
Key to the Bituatlon Be. Want Ada.
QUEEN ESTHER GIRLS .
GIVE SURPRISE PARTY
'The Queen KmIiht- girls ni the boys
of the Hanscom Park Methodist church
gave Mrs. Wayne Ualcolm a very pleas
ant surprise, party at her home last
evening, the occasion being her birth
day. The evening was rpent In various
gnmes and light refreshments were
served. Those present were:
I'crslstent Adveituim; is the Koad to
( Henna Peaki.
LINCOLN, Neb., Nov. (Social
Telegram.) Tho railway commission has
completed a report of the business done
by all railroads ut all stations In Ne
braska for the year en-.rng June "20. lull.
The business done by al) roads at Omaha
during the flscul year . was ll,C4"..2:ii.2t.
The business dono at South Omaha
amounted to ti,lr7,633.S7 and that at
Lincoln, 3,3y5,244 .2. The. following state
ment shows the revenues received by all
roads at the junction Ktatloiis In Nc
braska for the year ending Juuq SO:
Albion ..,..$ la,92!l.2 Lincoln ..
Auburn ... . W4.41 1.Ui ioutsvllle
64M,.&i Loup C'y.
46.2. 10' Nelson ..
2W, 1X4. 15 1 Nora ....
427, 311.411! Norfolk .
ii..7'J!.44 Oakland .
ir.K744;f20 Nclll . ..
2D,i70.XJI Pawnee .
7!7.4.!i7 Kcwaid ..
i i.nu I e
Cra'ford v ,
I Minbar. ,.i
of commissioners at . tho senerut or
regular election, but there ls a clash of
legal learning over tho question of the
number of men un elector may cast his
vote for at the in lmury.. nominations. .
The law provide that this fourteen
men receiving the highest vote at th
primary phall have their names placed on
rno urncial ballot and for seven of
these each voter, shall cast a ballot..
However, they say thre Is no clause In
the law which determines whether a
voter shall taut his voto for seven or
fourteen men ut tho prlmury.
S-everal lawyers arc Investigating tho
stututes In an effort to determine if
they can whether tho ballot at the pr.
mary shall havo "vote for seven" i.r
voto for fourteen" Inscribed on it.
Other lawyers who havo already Inves
tigated declare that the voters can-cast
their vote for seven men -only and yet
oth.rs who have also investigated assert
that each voter has the right to assist
lu selecting each of tho fourteen nominees.
company aska an accounting and an older
oommandlng the Cleveland concern to
pay over all the profits It has made by
selling oil under thn 'Trench' Auto Oil '
trademark. An Injunction restraining 'the
Atlas company from further use pf the
trademark also In a.skeil. A temporary
restraining older, to remain In effect
pending' hearing on the application for
permanent Injunction, was Issued.
U. Island. 1,12.1,78.02: Sidney
Junlaia . r
. M.iM.'h I
-- Ill !2'l.o2
21 4 II. Ho
111, 214. 44
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OIL COMPANIES HAVE
CONTEST OVER TRADE-MARK
TWO ARMORED CRUISERS
ORDERED TO SAN DOMINGO
WASHINGTON. Nor. il.-To saic
guard American Interests and prevent a
state of anarchy In Santo , Domingo as a
result of tho assarslnatlmt of President
face res, the cabinet today decided that
the armored cruisers Washington ami
North Carolina of the Atlantic fleet I
should be dispatched With all speed lu
Sail Domingo City. "The '. vessels huve
been reached by wireless and , will tvimc
Into Hampton ltuuds to pick up Mr. Kus-
sell, the American minister, and convey
him to tho Dominican 'capital. '
Patterson inthe Knniom 8.111 Joaquin Vl
Icy. Why tiot go with utf and ee this Par,
tllso for rialn I'cople. Vayno Invemrucnt
Couipany, Omaha, Nebrsaka.
Where yon aw the Flatte Klver alley t.xnim,
ihowiug wheat, oats, Ilax anu corn raisen on sno
rrlRated soil: land that paya fof Itself In two
years. . We sell this laud 011 terms ox oiie-iiuii i
one-liair asii, caianie o u
Platte IMver Valley Lund Co., Sterling. Colorado.
AppleH, Apples. Ulg lied and Yellow Apples, nice
clean polatoos, sunar neets, aralns as grown at
Itotchklss, Delta Count7, Colorado. "Vou rernaiu
liert Ituineinber sImo lands from IMl per
and upward. Address QotUd anl WlUoaghby,
Where ynu saw the San Luis Valley KxliiPit.
showing especially the big grain ana nem
unr.nioMed for hog feed; heard about the new
.uiT,r furtorv: and vliera you learned that you
.,, ii-riff-i.i lanrin In this rich valley on
terms of one-tenth. A mires -O. A. rtoblnson. lstlt'l rank, nenver.olo
The Klo Cranile Home Co., of Alamosa, Colo., oc
cupied Pooth No. 1. This I whore you saw tha
fine cnbliuge. celery and other v'f ",,,,"Vii ,i
' SO varieties of Colorado grasses oat that yielded
M1U bushels Per acre. 72 1, bushels of wheat, won.errui aiiaira. ..
ti.natoes. etc.. 10111 the Kunny San Luis Val lay. Colo. Wrlls i.?.l.
Where you suw PBpeclally the fine Apple. I utaiura
and grain raised In Marsh Valley, the "Uarden
Spot or Idalio." Atldresi Dowcoy Improvement
Co., Downey, Idaho.
Where you bought those Ta Be Oaa fof a
Mlekel and the I.a Trndaa for a Dime. 10a
Jtememberl Traey Bro. o., who sell mora
clga'-s In Omaha thou any other house. Why?
Uuallty. All first class dealers aell our good.
Tracy HrosCo ,14 1 & Doug. St.. Omaha, Neb.
KI 1 1 i nI JlKl it lifn K Hods, the boonh thut In
torcstcd many ahowlng the (Trade Mark)
cf tho beat In Lightning Protection.
AddreHB, W. C. Bhlnn, Lincoln, Nebraaka.
beautiful alfalfa and
You remember! lr
stock raising ex
.......rainA nt f'St
In alfalfa raising .vrlta to tieneral Passenger
Asent Chicago and Northwestern H. H.,
Omaha. Nebraska, for pamphlet. de.Mng fi.JlthJ supjact.
Wnero you saw tno anrcn jwi ...
bT1..mm of Salem and the WUlmaa aUe created by Oeo.
I Irnnrntl I. " 'rellr Tho artist U IdemineJ with leading art
III MU llll .i..hs in Chicago and the ountry. He is also super-
ill UcfaUII v " ? ol lrawfng In the Bal.m grade and high school.
W0B Al?,f. ueo. l" Hchrelber. i0 Dlv. ft. Kaletn. Ore-
Kaniously fertile Willamette valley uooii, waa ina
biaiest iirrlcultuml and horticultural display. Woa-
Xrrti-atad fruits, nuts and vegetable- wo Miisaios,
oads . Write to Commercial Club secretary at Corval-
ls, Albany or saiem, wregon.
Iet u explain to you how to own a 6 or 10 acre fruit
and garden tract. Albany, Oregon, on of the heat
towns In Dregon, and In tha very heart of th famous
Willamette Valley. 11.250.00 for th entire tract on
eiiv monthly nasnvnts. No taoies, no inierei. gooa mirmii, t
Vr.L Huker it Heam ,1128 Hrsndel Theater llull.llng. Omaha-
Where you saw the two-headed call,
the large -abbage. the flax grown on
oil, ami th wheat grown without
Irrigation Address Ardmote Oonusac
cial Club, rdtnore. South Dakota.
No boom prl
1 0 Ne housi
"TheTSwHi -with ih Bl-toot what: Ihe 100 buhl oifi.
ncmtipetlt'un against, th fruit and farm ae. lion f h
world The famous Gunnison Valley In th heart or Utah,
cea vet. Alfalfa s natural horn. Kpaidlng, Livingston Inv.Ce.,
HIdg., SaJtlK "y. ' t y "' "" v
You don i nave to uo ncn to iit iiunu.
Land aold on crop paymenta. Kemember the
fine products of this year'a crop. Address
C. L. Beatty. Pine bluffs, Wyoming.
Yellowstone Park e
YHB FSBMAXKIT? CAMTIJTO COMJASTT. tlTWOMO
Tho Wylle Way.'' where the ticket
given away dally. Our new
ur will be published Deo. 1. No
Be. Write for ' U today
6'U,;i.K5 So. Omaha. .107.iiU.Ki
i'l.XW.iil Ht. ' Paul... 1 17,'i'.:
(fc",.iM7.'5Siieilor .. 2IM4.(i2
.'-l.4.-7.42i Verdun ... 22.IM.ft4
4!i.Hi.47 Virginia .. :";,5fi'i.iti
4M.07l.:l Wiihuo ... ?5.3.I.SI
7:i lJ.ii". York 2i.iri 4
;v.',tU)...l Vutun .... 22,4'J.7)
Mr. and Mrs. Ualcolm.
Remedies are Needed
Were w . perfect, which.' we are aot, medicine would
not often b needed. Hut sioce our system have be
come weakened, impaired and brokaa down through
iodiscretioas which have gone oa from the early ages,
through couotlett geaerations, remedies art needed to
eid Nature ia correcting our inherited aad otherwise
eoquired weaknesses. To reach the scat of stomach
wroknets sad consequent digestive troubles, ther it
nothing so good as Dr. Pierce's (.olden Medical l)ioov
try, a glyceric compound, extracted from native medic
inal roots told for over fort ytart with grest satisfaction to all user. Fdi
, Weak Stomach, Biliousness, I-ivcr (Jomplaint, Pain ia the Stomach after eating,
Heartburn, Bad Breath, Batching of food, Chronic Diarrhea and other Intestinal
Llcrangcmeots, the "Discovery'' is a time-proven and most efbetent remedy.
The genuine has on Its
outside wrapper the
You caa't afford to accept a secret nostrum as a tubstitute for thii non-alcoholic,
medicine op inon commi tion, not even though the urgent deeler may
litercby make little bigger profit.
Dr. Pierce' Pleasant Fellett regulate and invigorate ttotrach, liver an!
bowels. Sugar-coated, tiny granule, easy to take as car.d.
UNWRITTEN LAW ON TP.iAL
IN PHILADELPHIA COURT
PHILADKLPHIA. Nov. 21. Whether a
father Is Justified In tiikitx the life of u
man who betrays- his daughter und re
futes to marry ber Is a question ..thai
will come up In the rase ot Frank .
McMahon, who was placed on trial here
today churged with the murder of George
A. Leary. McMahon Is o ialoon keeper
and- Leury was u well-to-da dealer in
Leary was ahot dead on a street coi
ner In West Philadelphia last May. Mc
Mahon when arrested made a btutement
that Lesry liad betrayed his daughter
and had Insulted him when the subject
of marriage was mentioned.
At the coroner's luum'Mt McMahon
minis a statement regurdlng hi daugh
ter's troubles and the coroner promptly
dlschsrged him on the ground of Justifi
able homicide; but he was rearrested or.
a warrant sworn out by Lcary'a relatlvrs
charging him with murder.
McMahon's counsel refuses tu disclust
what the defense will be until he pre
sents It to the Jury.
, 3 nf rlngement of trademark . Is ' charged
afcaluxt tho Atlas (Ml compay of Cleve
land, O.,: by. the Marshall Oil company , of
Marshalltown, la., lu u suit for damage
and recovery of profits. ' started .by Jhe
Marshall-company In district court.
It is alleged that for a year the Atlas
company has been selling an automobile
oil under the Marshall company' trade
mark. "French Auto OH." The Marshall
Drnf Pays Uo'-to lovt.
The lraf Institute eleven will Journey
ver to Atlantic, la., Saturday, where
they 'will clash with the Atldiitic high
school warriors In what Is expected to
be the hardest Same of tho deaf mules'
1UI1 ,schedul. . Coach Keely Is- working
his men hard In "preparation fr this
Lives Hundred aad One Years.
LA rAHOK. Wis., Nov. 2t. -Polly
Jean, aged 101 years and ti days, died
at the home of her son here yesterday.
8 he was th first settler of La Faigv.
. Cheery Office Environments . .
The liee IsMiIaiiug
MILLIONS of FAMILIES -
uSin syrup & Figs oa
CITY HALL IS STIRRED
OVER COMMISSION LAW
Lcg.il circles of Ihe city are in tur
moil of disagreement over an Interpreta
tion of a part of the cujiimlsslon plaii
law. Proper provision Is made In the
law in u lui id nisiuitr for thu dwoMui
FOR COLDS AND HEADACHES, INDICATION AMD SKIR
STOMACH, CA3 AND FERMENTATION, CONSTVATION AND
BILIOUSNESS. WITH MOST SATISFACTORY RESULTS.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
IN THE CIRCLE
ON EVERY PACKAGE 0FTHE CEKUINE
THE WONDERFUL POPULARITY OP THE GENUINE SYRUP
OF DCJ AND EUX1R OF SENNA HAS LED UNSCRUPULOUS
MANUFACTURERS TO OFFER IMITATIONS. IN ORDER TO
MAKE. A LARGER PROFIT AT THE EXPENSE OP THEIR
CUSTOMERS. IF A DEALER ASKS WHICH SIZC YOU WISH.
OR WHAT MAKE YOU WISH, WHEN YOU ASK FOR
SYRUP OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA, HE IS PREPAR
ING TO DIXE1VE YOU., TELL HIM THAT YOU WISH THE
GENUINE, MANUFACTURED RY THE CALIFORNIA FIG
SYRUF CO. ALL RELIABLE DRUGGISTS KNOW THAT
THERE IS BUT ONE GENUINE AND THAT IT IS MANU
FACTURED BY THE CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO ONLY
NOTE THE NAME
PRINTED STRAIGHT ACROSS, NEAR THE BOTTOM. AND IN
THE CIRCLE.NEAR THE TOP OF EVERY PACKAGE. OF THE
GENUINE ONf SIZE ONLY. FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING
DRUGGISTS REGULAR PRICE (0 PER BOTTLE.
j T.sri?'v.r t! i 'f'
1 wiut cortrnno, ll
I llll' E 1
' Iuiis oiie of the moat pleasant. atmotsphores of any,
, office building in the ivest. Tho beautiful court, .
. with the new decorations and the large fountain
and the substantial appearance of tho wholo
structure, ninke the offices here full of cheer
and give pleasant surroundings in which, to
work. The building is one of the most modern,
with new elevators, high class janitor service
nn exct'llent heuting and lighting equipment.
' Tho location of the building, in the heart of the
business section, with up-to-dateiiess in arrange
ment and service, makes. this an ideal place for
the particular man to havo his office. A few
offices on the court outside are vacant now..
Boom 640 Kize Sxl9 C, having a frame and glass partition across c.uer
of room making two good vised office with every convenience, and
th rental pike only, par month , S1S.00
Jtoom 44 Having 221 square feet makes a very pleasant office: having J4
SBt exposure urtu uem nvar i-ariiAiii nwi iiua ui in uuu'niiN
. rsufou n
Kent very reonuule. Per month
Koom 619 -Don't pa for desk room space when you can rent a private
office for the same amount This room is 8x14, haa a large window
.'on the court, affording plenty of light and ventilation. Price per
month , ... 10.00
Boom 44S Directly opposlt th new court house facing Farnam Street.
Our front offices ar much In demand on account ot the prominent
location. Thlo room Is lil'uxlaw ft in si is. and Is -subdivided
' with frame and glass partition, giving two offices In on. Kental
price, per month - ,B 30.09
3oou 320 Ik u hol corner office having a, north and west exposure,
making this tjone attractive at any season of the year, On account
of good light ami ventilation. We will arrange this space,
suitable lor tenant, and there being a vault in th room. It affords
extra protection for valuables. Kent per month .....B40.00
THE BEE BUILDING CO.
Business Office. 17th and Famam Sts.
SYRUP OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA IS ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO THE NEEDS OP
LADIES AND CHILDREN. AS IT IS MILD AND PLEASANT GENTLE AND EFFECTIVE, AND
ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM OBJECTIONABLE INGREDIENTS. IT C EQUALLY BENEFICIAL
FOR WOMEN AND FOR MEN. YOUNG AND OLD FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DRUOGUTS.
ALWAYS BUY THE GENUINE.
California Fig Syrup Co.
YOST-High Grade Furs
jj EXPERT REMODELING
Lte 4 'orner "Otli anil Farnam. Telephone Itouglas 3040.
The Sunday Dee
With Happy Hooligan, Z'tt7
Nemo, the Katzenjamiu KiJ-i
and the whole interesting famj
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