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THE BEE: . OMAHA. TUESDAY. JANUARY 23. 1912.
DEMOCRATS MAY GET PAPER
tXiaeoln Star Said to Be Flirting
with the Bourbon Element.
'1A FOLLETTE BOOSTEJG 13 PAST
Secretary Currle mt Taft Leasee Pre
pane retltloaa far Delegate
tkere rrlsaary Ticket
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLX, aJn. 3. Special.) A story
las been cureut Tor eora t!n among the
political wise onee which mar account
for tha excessive aellhty of certain of
tha La Pollette boomer. It ie that after
tha national convention hive been he!d
tha Lincoln Star Is to came out a
NEWS N0TES0Fs ALLIANCE
Bishop Berrher af Keareey Heaaw
Cam at Reeeptlea lv fcy '
ALUAXCB. Neb.. J-ul. .-Spec:a3.-On
of the moat brilliant aortal events of
the season was a reception given last
night at the home of Mayor and Mrs.
F. W. Harris, In henor of Bishop C. A.
Beecher of the Kearney diocese of the
A feture-f the evening was a splendid
musical program, which was well rend
erel and highly appreciated by all pree
ent, the participants la this brin Mes-
dame U. J. Rousseau and C. E. Bennett
and Misses Bemlca Krldelbeugh. Alma
Welderhamer. Dorothy Host and Mar
garet llawXina. Mrs, Edith Barker was
n. V. Hughes, who has been superin
tendent rf ths Sunday school of Ihe First
VALUATION QUESTIONS UP
State Soon to Introduce Evidence in
Horthwestern Hearing. -
SOAO WAJTTS ITIW EVJIPJIEST,
Seeks sVrsBjaalaa ta 'sTzJseak 81
asa far This Perpe, Placing
. Hart Vpaa Retire Spa
te sat Da It.
atraight democratic paper. One fact Presbyterian church for over thirteen
which lends color to ths rumor Is that ' -ars. was agreeably surprised last even
th owner of the psper, H. E. Go.?h. Is I"! " fc" WM Invited to a reception
classed as a democrat and has been so at the Church, given In his honor, by tha
considered br every one. Tho persistence officers and pnolls of tha Sunday school.
1th which the oarer. In Its advocacy of! A musical program was rendered, after
X Follette. r burring bridges behind It w!,w Hughes was presented with a
and seeking to induce republicans to do beautiful rocker by the school as a token
ao, also lends color to th story. It Is ' r eneem.
generally conceded by all the well posted
La Follette men that tha Wisconsin man
doss not have a rhest of a chance ta
carry toe Stat, but the failure will be a
good enough excuse for lumping the polit
ical fenos and th actum I) to get as
many republloana aa possible committed
ao far they wilt be tempted to Jump over
with th would-be sell wether. Even if
they cannot carry these men with them
th feeling engendered by th contro
versy they have stirred np Is expected to
be a handicap to th republicans In the
Speaking of tha story of the flop, a
republican said today that he thought It
was not an unmixed blessing, for It
would be less trouble to the party aa a
sweognlsed opponent than an Irritant
within th ranks.
La Fallett Method.
Jess light Is thrown on th methods
Tu reoed by th La, Follett men by a
story which was printed lie re th latter
.part of last week. Ths story was that
a republican editor at Callaway. Wheley
br named, had written In that th coun
try was all for La Follett and that In
case ha was nominated thai would be
scarcely enough Tart 'men In Custer
county to select party committeeman
from. Th story reads well from a La
Valletta standpoint, btu th truth Is that
th afesald editor Is not a republican,
but at th last election was chosen to a
local efflo en th populist ticket "Of
oourss this man will not ovt th repub
lican ticket If La Follett I not nom
inated." said . th republican who gave
ut th Information, "and he wouldn't
rot for any republican, but h can stir
up trouble by letting It go out from horn
that h Is going to Jump If aom man
who has no enow of being th nominee
la sot th party' choice. It's a nice game,
but I don't think anybody Is going to be
fooled by It."
Tbie letter-Is similar In character -to
numbers of letters and Interview given
ut from tha La Follett headquarters.
retHlaaa far Taft Ticket,
T.' It Carrie, secretary of. the Taft
league. Is preparing the petitions to place
tha Taft ticket on the primary ballot, and
expects to send them out tomorrow. The
only vacancy to be filled, so far ss known,
la that caused by the resignation of
I Thomaa Auld at delegate from the Fifth
I district The large number of signatures
required, together with the provision for
(obtaining them ta ao many eounrtes It
going to require considerable work, but
th petitions ace expected to be sll ready
long before th tlm required. Mr. Cur
rl ha requests from McCook, Norfolk
and Pierce for papers necessary- to form
Taft clubs la those places affiliated with
th state club. Thsy will be forwarded
: at one. This work Is Just being started
and within a few days It Is expected there
will be a large number of clubs In process
of organisation. '
It Is stated that Robert C. Ross of Lex
Ington. who last week filed as repub'Jcaa
candidate for president, not only Intends
to follow It up with filings as a demo
crat populist and aocieJIit, but that he
lias studied the election laws of other
states, and finds that b can file In a
similar manner In Wisconsin, rortn De
bute aad Oregon.
; Barillas Files far Seaater.
H. H. Bartllng filed today as republican
candidate for state senator from Otoe and
Cass counties. Bartllng was noted In the
last legislature aa being tbe author of the
Sunday base bell bill, which passed both
houses end was vetoed, by 'the governor,
pessad ths senate over the veto, but failed
by four, votes In the house to override
th veto. He also cast the deciding vote
against the county option bill.
r. P. Corrtck of the La Follette Stat
league announces a meeting of the La
Toilette men In the Fifth district at Hast
ings next Saturday. Candidates will be
jiamed at that time.
Sunday evening Buneh commandeer Ko.
X, Knights Templar, attended services In
the Methodist church In full regalia. A
epectsl sermon ass preached bv Rev.
Olln Baker, hla subject being "Atheism.
Pantheism, Deism and Christ lanitr." His
elaboration on ths-subject proved to be
highly intellectual. Special oniric was
rendered end a solo by Mr, p. J. Rous
seau. It Is the Intention of the Knlghte
Templar to pay a series of visit to all
the orthodox churches In the city.
Exceptionally fine weather prevails and
any loss In stock which may have re
sulted from the protracted cold spell Is
being counterbalanced by ths benefit tb
gradual melting of the snow at this time
will prove to be to the surrounding
Poet master Beyaoa Reelcwa.
BCRWELU Neb.. Jen.' .-8peclaI.)
No little surprise was created this week
when It was lesrned thet 11. S. Beynon,
who has been postmastsr at Burwell for
the pest twelve years, on account of
poor health, had sent his resignation to
Washington. W. C. Johns, ax -county
treasurer end state central committee
man from this district. Is out with a
petition for the appointment and aa it
la being generally signed and ha Is
known to be a personal friend of Con
gressman Klnksld, It Is generally con
ceded he will lend the position. , D. B.
Beynon has held the position for twelve
' (From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Jen. it -(Special. -Tomor
row the railroad commisMoa wit resume
the hearing on she Northwestern road's
physical condition, fp to tha present.
the state has not Introduced any test!
mony except what It has been able to
extract from witnesses summoned by the
railroad, and when the hearing I, re
turned wll take it Inning. The railroad
company has sought to show that Mr.
Hurd. th state's engineer, has put too
low a valuation on the reproduction value
of tha company's property and aiw laid
much stress on the point that no matter
how much some of Its property was worn
It was serving; th purpose ot naw and
therefore wes worth as much aa new.
The atete will try to controvert both of
The Union Pacific hearing la set for
February I and It la expected the North
western case will be concluded in time
to take that up.
Secretary of State Walt and his force
have been. busy today. returning to Ihe
vauu th documents, which were re
moved to permit the erection of the nee
Superintendent Booth of the Deaf and
Dumb Institution at Omaha was at th
stale house today conferring with mem
ber of the Board ot Publle Lands and
Buildings regarding a better water sup
Ply for the institution.
; Bids for Itate Bridge.
. Stele Engineer Price has returned
from Holt, Keya Paha and Boyd coun
ties,, where he wfnt to confer w!"i th
county commissioner regarding nlans
for stale a:d bridges. The commission
ers were inclined to favor reinforced
concrete construction but will advertise
for bids on both concrete and steel con
Labor Commissioner Dure la convinced
that II pays to advertise.. The Bee an
nounced that he had two Jobs for men
and their wives to work on farms and
today his. office has been overrun with
applicants and what he wants new Is
Th city of McCook has asked the
auditor to register 191.000 of waterworks
thing to do was to use the skle of the
train away from the other track In
case of double track road In reply
to the charge that the fast trains were
not compelled to atop at most of the
stations the cor.muasloners assert that
aa order, te compel them te etep would
not be upheld in then ourts, but. that
on th other hand the statutes gave to
the cities snd Tillage ample power to
compel the road te ma their trains at a
reasons hie speed while paring through
Incorporated place. : They say If this
la not done it la the fault of th local
authorities and not of the commission.
Trevetle. Cm pa ay earnings.
The Lincoln Traction company has
Bled It report with the railroad com
mission showing the Intel earnings for
the year 1111 to be Kl.JOJS) and th
expense IMU3.eS. December was the
best month with gross receipts of t3.0ie.lt
and February, th poorest, with receipts
of M4.1U.H. December wss also the
most expensive month. In which the
company expended tM.IM.es end June
wee Its opposite, with expenditures of
,. The company valuation shows
that It earned less than per cent end
the plea Is made that straight i cent
Urea would make up the deficit below.
J. C. .Harding, assistant to the sani
tary engineer of New York .city, his
arrived In Lincoln' and today commenced
an. Investigation with a view of telling
th people of this city what Is the
matter; with their water system.
Rev. R. T. Russell, president of the cen
tral council of the Advent church. In his
annual report to the conference showed
a most encouraging condition. The col
lege at. College view shows en enroll
ment of M and M In the normal depart
ment The publishing house hea also had
a prosperous year. The sales for the lest
six years are: I,' tllsll: hot. t.57:
IK a,Tl; IMP. H7.S70. ltis. t3t,fi; 1M1.
t3K.3)0. .Standing committees were ap
pointed as follows: .
Committee on Plans A T Hnhiim
James Cochran. Meade MacOulre. Oeorge
i n kins, rTeneriCK urtggs. .
Committee on Nominal inns J w
Christian. W. H. Clark. II. Osterleah. a!
R. Odgen, J. a Rouse, H. E. Ijrslnger.
E. A. Curtis.
Committee on Credentlsls snd TJmmm
-W. F. Kennedy. R. Kite. Meade Mac
Quire. F. M. Wilcox. N. T. 8ution.
Committee on Finance A. T. Rnhinann
A. R, Oeden. James Cochran. J. w chris
tian. , , ,
Jt was voted that the president of Ihe
aentral union and the presidents of the
looal conferences be a committee' on dis
tribution ot labor. . ,
Meaey to Be Falsi Over Seea.
The retiring officers of the fnlon Fir
Insurance company,' who accepted cash
ew Factory fer Nebraska city.
NEBRASKA CITY. Jan. a.-8peoial.)-Ralph
A. Duff has completed and per
fected his carbureter tor gasoline engine
and will manufacture them in this city,
To do this he will build a large factory.
The! erection of the building Is to be
tarted as soon as materiel can be placed
on the ground. The building Is to be lo
cated at th oomer of Fifth street and
Central avenue, adjoining ths M. B. Smith
factory, which building hi erected a year
ago, ., . -
- Mate Killed by Trmla. .
NEBRASKA CITV, Neb.. Jan. B.
(Special Telegram.) Chris Oelke, a well
known young farmer, who has been
making thin city his home this wlntsr.
concluded to visit hla brother near Paul,
this afternoon and walked . down the
Missouri Pacific treck, not noticing the
passenger train snd being mute n was
run down snd Instaatlyklllsd. He Is
survived by his father; and four brothers.
Knar woman's' heart resDohds to
the dvann and sweetness of a baby's
Toice, torrlic saiure intended her (of
; motherhood, Sat even the loving
nature of a mother shrinks from the
ordeal because euch ft time is regard
ed aa a period of Bufienng and danger.
Worsen who Bse Mother's Friend are
sved much discomfort and sufierin jf,
and their systems, being; thoroughly
prepared by this great remedv are
7a a healthy condition to meet the
lime with the least possible snfferinf
and danger. Mother's Friend is
recommended only for the relief and
comfort of expectant mothers ; it is in
no sense a remedy for various ills,
but its many years of success, and
the thousands of endorsements re
ceived from women who have used it
are a guarantee of the benefit to be
derived from its use. ' This remedy
does not accomplish wonders but sizi
tily assists nature to perfect its work,
jlother's Friend allays nausea, pre-
motherhood. Mother's Friend is ."old
at drug stores. . Write for our free
book for expectant mothers.
I fsinrmn BBSVIATIHS OX, Aiae. Ga I daughter.
CRESTON FARMER KILLED
WHILE HUNTING RABBITS
CRESTOX. la., Jan. S.-(Bpecial.)-'
Frank Hoffman, a young farmer living
eight miles south of this city, was In
stantly killed Friday afternoon whan his
gun was accidentally discharged while he
was on a hunting trip. The charge en
tered Ms throat, nesriy severing his head.
Mr. Hoffman, In company with two com
panions, had started In a sleigh on a rab
bit hunt, and In going trier a culvert, the
Jolt discharged the gun carried by Mr.
Hoffman. He was SJ years of age and
leaves a widow and six children.
KANSAS CITY FUGITIVE .... .
ARRESTED IN MEMPHIS
KANSAS Crrr. Mo., Jan. Zl'-H. W.
Richardson, formerly president' of the
defunct American Union Trust company
Is under arrest la Memphis, Tenn.. ac
cording to a telegram received by th
chief of police of this city today. Rich
ardson Is charged with making fal en
tries on the books ot the trust company,
which losed Ita doors here en December
. DEATH J5EC0RD.
NEBRASKA CUT, Jan. 2.-1 Special.)
John Pfann. aa rid resident of this city
who died Saturday, was burled yester
day from th family residence, with Reva
Koser end Langherst conducting the
services. He wes born in Auvtrio-Hunv
gary on December I. 1V2, and was sur
vived by thirteen children, and a widow.
All of the children were et his bsdslde
at tbe time of his death save two, who
rere unable to reach, here from the ra
Joba B. Prestea.
SPRINGFIELD. Neb., Jan. &-Sr-clal.f
John B. Preston, one of the earliest
settlers of this section, died at a hospital
In Caunctl Bluffs Friday, night. The
funeral wss held here Funds? afternoon.
Mr. Preston came to Sarpy county in
February, IPSO, and has rived here almost
continuously ever since. He waa ft years
of ace. Rev James Huff of South Omaha
conducted -.he funeral. Interment rn
Mrs. Rasaell Thorpe.
CHETEKNE. Wye... Jan. H.l Special.)
Word was received here tndav of the
death at Ixrig Beach. Cel.. of Mrs. Rus
sell Thorp, mother of Russell Thorp. Jr.,
of Lusk, Wyo. Mrs. Thorp eras Ihe widow
of one of the pioneer residents of Wyo
ming, who for many years operated the
MS" line between Cherenne and the
liiack Hills, and conducted a read ranch
at Rawhide Butte. The body will be
brought home for burial.
t. H. DstIs. '
TAXKTO.V. 8. D.. Jen. 22.-:Rpcial.r-
J.'R. Davis, a Virginian end prominent
confederate soldier in the civil war. I
dropped dead Saturday hero In the yard
lot his son-in-law Secretary Albert H.
I Lee or Yankton college. Mr. Davie is
survived by hi widow and a eon and
refunding bonds. The original Issue was ,hJr resignations, did not pay any
"t wow worth ot them could
not be disposed of bteeus they were in
SS.0M denomlnetlons. It Is proposed to
orneiaiiy retire the eld Issue and sub
stitute the same amount only th new
bonds will b la denominations ot SVM
The supreme court has taken a recess
until February 1
Re Seea Appreprlatleaa
Food Commissioner Hanson, when
asked whether his department would
take action on th seed question In
this state raid Ihe bureau was eharged
under the law with such duty, but ths
failure of. the . leglslstur '. to cnak any
appropriation for ths work ': toft ths
bureau helpless go far as doing any
thing regarding the low germinating
power of th seed corn. He said that
so far as ths bureau cxild eld. incidental
to Its other work. Jt would do so, but
with no money available for the specific
purpose It could not do much.
Speed of Fast Train a.
Some papers In tb state have criti
cised tha .railway oomralsslon and) stated
that but for a ruling of tha commission
sod dents such as the one which cost
Sheriff Dunkel of Orond Island hi .life
would not have occurred. So fir ss
the alleged ruling regarding the side of
the train on which passengers should
alight atDd embark there was nothing
to It as no such ruling had been made,
but as a matter, of fact the only logical
Pore money to Auditor Barton today, aa
had bean anticipated, but lata this after
noon the auditor waa called up on ths
telephone end informed that the remain
der would In all probability be turned
over to Tilm tomorrow.
Xertkwestersj Bare Bewlpssewt.
The Chicago aV Northwestern Railroad
company has asked the State Railway
commiMlon for authority to enter Into a
iio.000 Coo equipment agreement. The pur
pose of the agreement, as Indicated by
tbe name. Is ths purchase en tlm of roll
ing stock and ether equipment for the
line, giving a acts and mortgage on th
equipment Itself ta secure payment. . ,Th
permission already haa been granted bp
th stat of Wisconsin and probably the
same action will be tsfcen by Nebraska.
Orkin's Douglas St. Store
Next WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, w will Offer Your Unrestricted Choice of Any
SKIRT IN OUR STORE
Formerly sold at $5.95, $7.50, $8.95 and $10, on Sale Wednesday in Two Great Lota
All our higher priced aldrta will be sold at just one-half price.
Final Coat Clearance Wednesday
Your unrestricted choice of all Women's and Misses' 9 jC f"V
Coata that formerly sold at $15.00, $17.50 and $19.50 - (f"T) M)
NEXT WEDNESDAY V "
DON'T MISS THESE SALES . - . . , , : i ,
Orkin's Douglas StrcctS t orie
ssW" ss vV" MVr' "ww 1
Farmers' lastltwt at Deaaar.
DUNBAR. Nab... Jan. ft (Sneoleu
The Dunbar Isrmars' Institute will be
hold her thia week on Wednesday and
Thursday. This la one of the most pro
gressive Institute of th kind In th
stat. , Th officers ot th Dunbar Instl
tuts are: Adolph Wetler. president; Henry
Orlepenstr.ih. vice president: M. T. Har
rison, secretary: James p. Baker, treas
urer. A good program. haa been' arranged,
among whom appear V. K. Shirley, Cen
tral City, Neb.; F. W. Johnson, Har
vard, Neb.; Dr. Carlson, Norfolk, Neb.;
Miss Mary Pasco. Fremont, Neb., as
wall aa other local talent of ability.
EIGHT STATEUOIN HANDS
Effort Will Be Made to Stop Satifi-
cation of Classification.
HART CONFERS WITH CARROLL
Repabllraa Ketloael cesssslrteeasaa
for Casasslas First, Bat Be
lieve Next Chelee gheaU
Be Preeldeat Taft. -
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DKS MOINES, Jan. 1.-Specil Tsle-
gram.r-Iowa, Kansas. Netiaaka. Minne
sota, North Dakota, South Dakota. Okla
homa and Missouri will loin hands In a
fight to prevent Ihe ratification ot the
western classification co.nmlttee's new
classification of freight.
A meeting will be held Wednesday at
Kansas City to outline plans for present
ing a pro! est ot these eight state to th
Interstate Com mere commission. Th
Iowa commission received notice that the
Interstate Commerce commission will
hold an Investigation of th new classifi
cation In Chicago January . At that
time the eight stat will nlr thlr for
mal protest and present their argument
There ere LOW changes In the new
classification, every one affecting low.
t. Hart tar Casasslas First,
Senator A. B. Cummins should receive
th united support of th Iowa delegation
for the nomination for president at the
national convention, eeoordlng to Brneot
B. Hart of Council Bluffs, member of
the national republican committee from
Iowa. Mr. Hart, .who held a lent con
ference with Governor B. F, Carroll, said
he believes Iowa should give Senator
Cummins Its solid support so long aa there
is a chance ef hie winning, but the dele
gate should be tor President Taft a a
second choice aad not turned to any other
opponent of President Taft for the
(nation other than Senator Cummin,
laiea Car Ma Meet.
Union street car men of Des Molnea
met to consider th proposition ot
new wage scale. Thsy declare thet the
rapid Increase In the already high east
of living forces them to demand a sub
stantial Inareaes In wages. It is antlet
uated that th men will generally favor
an advance of about 7 cents aa hour for
all the men In the operating service.
; Feete Ceefess with Carroll.
Allen Ripley Foots of Columbue, O.,
president of the National - Tax associa
ting, conferred with Governor B. F. Oar
roll today on th details of the arrange
ment for the annual convention ot Ihe
association, which will be held In De
Moines next fall.
O. A. R. Raeaaapaieat. '
The department encampment, of the
Iowa Grand Army of the Republlo will
be held June II.. 1J, and 14 at Maeoa City.
I,ot Abraham of Mount Pleasant, depart
mot eommaedsr, announced the dates
for the reunion today.
District reert at Brakes Bow.V
BROKEN ROW. Neb.. Jan. B. -(Special)
District court convenes this week
with Judge Bruno Hoststler presiding.
Outside of several criminal bond to be
approved by the Judge the term will be
devoted to chit case The docket I well
filled and lb will probably take a weck
or more to work through It.
TELL OF TWO DEATHS
CRKSTON.' Ie.. Jsn. H.-(Speeis-
strange coincidence In two tries rams re
ceived by I). J. B. Harmon of this eliy
yesterday , was revealed In Ihe message
they contained. Barh read the same:
"Ixla s father died this morning." One
waa the announcement of the death of
his own wire's father. Cash Williams, st
Hastings, Nab.; the other told of the
death of his brother's wife's father, J. C
Millard, at Montour, la. The drains of
tha two fathers occurred at about the'
aame time on the same day, and in each
jnstance the bereaved daughter's I name
waa the aame, lxils. . .
I safer Iron weak hearts. Tbe say siprrt
a tt breath aa mrtioa, psia ever the heart,
tints, oppressed hreathia after me' or their
i Marred, their heart fc aof safioisntly stron4
d to tbe sitretnitiee, and they have eold heads
or epoetin because of weakeaed bloed supply
ih. A heart toelo sad alterative should be tsksa
had altar-effect. Such is Dr. Pieros's Goldaa
1 Medical Discovery, which cental as ao daaferoeo eersstie
Th lepedlaats. aa et testes ewder ostfc, era Mane reel (Csffbueels rinses
est). Blsearset (Ssetwaserss Cassesssls), OeMea Seal feet (htrevsstsi fiaaaia
i i.wfffKrss eurtrmmMt, pita tasrrvneni ifmsee ruaisaiash
"as rfieva, wfta iniii lef.wew f iycsrias.
's), Queen's rest (
When the Nerves
Look to the
The cry may be in aome one of many ways Trembling, Sleepy in tbe day time (cornea from
stomach), Headache, Dyspepsia, Bowel Trouble, Heart Palpitation, and even Pains in various
parts of the' body originate in a disordered nervous system. Such a condition of the nerves
may be produced from various causes. It is very often brought on by Coffee.
. If you don't heed the cry (Nature's hint) yon may be
sore the, trouble will get worse, and not better, until you.
either quit the cause, or you develop fixed organic disease
that may carry you down.
It is the finest trade possible, to quit coffee and ob-.
serve, the result. .--"'.; . .
'Health is the most exquisite fun 'on earth. ' X
. It is easy to quit coffee when yon have choice, well-made
a delicious hot beverage with the deep seal brown of stron;
coffee that changes to a rich golden brown .wLen cream is
added. Then you have the crisp coffee ' 'snap ' ' and a flavor
all its own. The nerves are relieved of the old hurt of the
poisonous "Caffeine" of coffee and in ita place yon feed
the system on the strong food elements in Postum which
help to quickly rebuild the worn out and exhausted nerve
and brain cells destroyed by coffee:
Maaerake rest Pmtmkriimm PHtmtum), wMh trials r
Ie a sdeejUIsc Isssrstsry la a way thai as dregs tsi cesM ualuta.
TV toeio eoatsine ao sieohol to shrink up Ihe red blood corpuscles tart, aa
th ether bead, it i no rets their number and they beooae round aad healthy.
It help th bnsjaa aystses ha tb eoostaat msnuiastars oi rich, red blood. It
help tb atooMeh to saiimilit or tsks up th proper elesasats (rocs tb load,
thereby belpin dirttioa and curial dyspepsia, heart -bura aad many Wacom
fortahle symptoms, stops excessive tiiaoe wast ia convalescence iroaa fevers
far the ruo-down, snataue, thin-bloodsd people, tb " Discovery' is refresbini
aad vitalising. Stick to this sen aad tan remedy, and refuse sj " fuel as load '
BMdloias offered by tha druajist who is looklnl lor a lrfer proat. Notbia
bet Dr. Pieros's Golden Medical Discovery will do yon half as mush food.
DR. BRADBURY DENTIST
I50S Fares m St, ,
0 Teen bams Office
1'hone Dong. 17S
Missing Troth support '
without nates or Bridge
work. Xervee remove
without pain. Workgnar
antrcd tm years.
Golden State Limited
No Excess Fare
exclusively for flrat class travel awaits each day to whirl you
away out ot tha chill raw winds and rain Into the cherry gutn
' mar again. And tha Joy begins with ths Journey. Th superb
Pullman are eoey, well lighted and perfectly ventilated. . There
are full slsed berths, roomy and while. A chef who caa cook,
and a barber and valet ready to serve you. Each mile of tha
wall kept road teems with brilliant paabremas. There la a '
library to Improve tb mind, Vlctrola Recitals to entertain
and a special news wire keeps you In touch with events aa you
speed along. Less than three days of pleasur upon a perfect
train. ( . ,
via ROCK ISLAND LINES
Dally to El Paso,. Los Angeles, Pasadena, ganu4 Barbara, Del
Monta the Golfer's Paradise and San fyanclsco rl the direct
route of the lowest altitudes. Tha "Clllfornlan" and other fast - 1
trains every day as well.
Write for Information and I'll send you Interesting boohs which
you will be glad to have, descriptive of California.
Theis) are facta. Prove them by 10 days' trial.
"There's a Reason"
Get the little book, "The Eoad to Wellville,'.' in pkgs.
Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., Battle Crek. Mich.
' soxooi. raaozaa "
Aa Coffee DriakUuj.
Many good people are both loth te give
up coffee, even though they edmlt that
It Is doing them harm, because they fear
that nothing else In the wsy of a hot
beverage will satisfy them. A school
"I elweys enjoyed coffee for breek
fsst. The day seemed lost without It.
But In time I begsn to experience bed
result from It use. I grew very ner
vous and lost flesh and finally was
prostrated by a complete nervous
breakdown. Then I was compelled to
abandon the use of coffee. . .
"I adopted Poatum aa my hot beveraare
at breakfast. Have been ualng It for
e.or than two year My health Is re
stored and I am sole to take an Interest
In Ufa once more. i
"My whole family, children and all,
drink Poatum, and we all thrive and
keep healthy on It. It Is to us a de
lightful drink, delicious and tempting
and with none of the harmful effects
that usually followed tb uee of coffee.
The choicest brsnds of Java and Mocha
offered free, would not tempt us te quit
the use ef Postum."
Kerne given by Postum Co., Battle
Creek. Mich. "There's e reason." Read
the little book, "Ths Road to Wellville."'
J. S. McNALL
: arnam Street, ;
DON'T PULL OUT THE GRAY HAIRS,-
A SIMPLE REMEOTRESTORES COLOR
Cures Dandruff, Stops Failing
Hair and Makes It
"' ' Grow.
"Puft out one gray hair and a oosen
srill take Ha place" Is sn old saving,
which la to a great estent, true, if no
steps are taken to stop ths cause. When
gray hairs appear It I a sign that Na
ture needs assistance. It Ie Nature' a
call for neip. Oray hair, dull, lifeless
hatr, or hair that la tallig out. Is not
nscesssriy a sign ot advancing age. tor
there are . thousands ef elderly people
with perl.ft heads of hair without a sin
gle streak ot gra7.
Vi hen grey hairs come, or when the
a air seems to be lifeless or dead, some
good, rellab'e. self-restoring treatment
ahould be resorted to at once. Special
ssts say that ore ef the btst prepsra-
ta ae to a eld-tiamone aie-
tea" which our grandparents used. Th
best preparation et this kind Is Wyeth's .
gage and Sulphur Hair Remedy, a prep
aration of domestic ssge and sulphur,
scientifically compounded and later die
covered hair tonics and stimulants, tha
whole mixture eerng carefully balanced
and tested by eaperts. -
Wyeth's Sage end 8ulphar ss clean aad
wholesome and perfectly harmless. It
refreshes dry. parched hair, removes
dandruff and gradually lea lures faded
or gray hair to Its natural color.
Don't delay another minute. Start
name Wyeth's Sag and Sulphur at once
aad see what a difference a few days'
treatment wUl make in your hair.
This preparation Is offered te the pub-.
He at fifty eeats a bottle, and la recom
mended and sold By all druggists. Sher
man a McConneU Drug Co.. Cor. Hta
and Dodge, Car. Mth and Barney. Cor.
Sth and Famaai. W- . Htb at, bstet
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