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THE BEE: OJIAHA, WEDXESDAT", SEETESTBEK 18, 1912.
REMARKABLE SUITS FOR SMALL WOMEN
" Unprecedented activities in the women's and "
preciation of these unusual of
ferings for Autumn.
Suits models with
the plain straight 1
lines, cutaways and
the Russian Nor-
folks, plain coat suits
with- accordion pleated '
skirt; suits with Robe- OTi
etc: v , . .. '. '
Rich ; materials, prominent
among which are- heavy Eng
lish worsteds, cheviots, diagon
als and corduroys. Fine values
$1975, $22.50, $25.00
S27.50. S29.75 to $45.00
with special emphasis on
the lines selling at $25.00 ' xfl
and $29.75. 1
Junior sizes 15 and 17
at $17.50, $19.75, $22.50.
The Hew Mackinaw Coats Art to'
TW WJ m PEOPLES
H l I II
, 1518-20 FABNAM STREET.
POLITICAL ACTIVITY URGED
Fraternal Men Asked to Hedge
Legislative Candidates. ,,
MEMBERSHIP ON THE HfCEEASE
Salt for Iajaactlon Involving- Mod
rra Woodmen Bates Peglns la
Da Moiaes District Coart
BANDIT SHOOTS KIRKBRIDE
San Mateo lawyer Fatally Wounded
by Holdnp Man.
TWO STREET CASS ABE BOBBED
aadH Waa MaUhlng Seeoad Oac
Warn Ktrkbrlda Attempted to
Disarm Him Escapes ia
j'1 ' ' ' tfca Darkness.
i 8Ak ' MATEO, Cal., Sept. 17.-Charles
Jn Klrkbrlde, an attorney of this city
and a lieutenant In the Eleventh company,
Coat Artillery reserves, known as the
("millionaire company." waa ahot and
probably fatally wounded early today by
a highwayman who hetd up and robbed
jtwo earn of the electric line btween thU
ailace and San i Francisco. Klrkbrid
erappled with the robber and received a
jbullet in the. body. The bandit escaped.
jPosses Started In pursuit
l The robbery occurred on. the outskirts
tof the city when 'a late car toward San
JFrariclsoo waa stopped by a masked man,
(described aa a youth. .There waa one wo
man aboard .the car and the .robber forced
(her to collect the passengers' valuable
(while he -covered them with-a revolver.
A south bound car from San Francisco
appeared and came to a stop beside the
first one. The robber scrambled aboard
the second car and repeated his perform,
lance. He had about completed his task
iwhen $irkbrtde, a passenger on ths
second car, leaped at him. The bandit
Ishet Kirkbride. Jumped to the ground and
idlsappeared. Including the crews, thers
twore about forty 'five persona aboard thy
(two oars held up.
, DEATH RECORD.
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, Mrs. Phebo J. Ceooper, '
I TABLE ROCK. Neb., Sept 17.-8peolal.)
I Mrs. Phebe J. Cooper, who has been In
feeble health for a long time, died Bun
dey evening; at the residence of her
daughter, Mrs. George M. Lane, aged
(years. Her husband." Henry Cooper, who
was a soldier In a Michigan regiment In
the civil war, died several years since.
Just after the close of the war she came
with her husband to Nebraska and they
settled on a farm five miles north of
town near' the .Nemaha valley. She
leaves four sons and two daughters O.
A. Cooper and Will nam Cooper of Hum
boldt I 'E. Cooper "of 8t'. Joseph, Mi
V. H. Cooper of Beaver City, Nsb.; Mrs.
O. M. tlane of Table Rock and Mrs,
jSadle Davis of Denver. Colo. !
" Joa '. .'tmioau .LH';V'' '' "
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( PAUSADE, Neb., Sept. lT.-SpedaL)-ffohrt
a Dillon, one of the oldest settlers
In Hitchcock' county, died last wight at
this home In Palisade. He was a soldier
)n the civil war,' being a private In-Com-pony,
E, One Hundreth and Forty-eighth
reglment Ohio Volunteer infantry. He
J eaves ft widow and several children.
1 - HYMENEAL
f V- . .
' ' GrTe-SolllTaa.
! PALISADE. Neb.; Sept. 17.-(Special.-Mlns
Mary Sullivan and Mr. Joe Graves,
well known young people of tWs com
munity, totally surprised then friends
land acquaintances here today by leaving
If or McCook, where" they were married.
The bride is the oldest daughter "of John
jpulllvan, proprietor' of the local hotel,
i and the groom Is a farmer living north
west of town. '
FAHtBCRT, Neb. Sept. lT.MSpecial.)-
Mr. Charles Riley and Miss Evelyn Dodd.
two popular membiprs of the younger set
lln this cltyl were married'at the bride's
ihome In this city last evening, Rev. E. B.
jTaft of the Baptlut church officiating.
, The bride was educated in the Fairbury
i schools. The groom la an employe of the
Journal ln'ths city. .Mr. and Mrs. Riley
iwlll go to housekeeping at once.
BULL KOOSE TICKET
STILL CAUSES MUCH
DEBATE IN LINCOLN
(Continued from First Page.)
invited to chip In and foot the bills. Ac-
cordlng to a letter sent out over the
name of F. P. Corrlck as chairman, the
schedule was agreed on at the meeting
of the executive committee last Mon
day and aa Invitation V send checks to
Don Love as treasurer as follows: Gov
ernor, $250; United States senator, $250;
lieutenant - governor, : $100; aeoertary of
state, $100; auditor of public accounts,
$109; state treasurer, $150; superintendent
of public instruction, $100; attorney gen
oral, $100; land commissioner, $100; rail
way commissioner,, $160.
ROSEYELT MAKES PROMISES
(Continued from First Page.)
gressives waa jumped to, hlglv speed to
day with the; departure of " Governor
Charles aV Denecri on, a speaking tour
that will, cover all of the southern tier
of counties. Garrett Do Forrest Kinney
of .-Peoria, chairman -at the, speakers',
bureau of the republican state committee,
was' said to have laid out the most com
prehenslve itinerary for Qovemo Deneen
ever attempted by an Illinois executive.
After departing from East t. Louis this
morning, Governor Deneen had n' no teen
speeches on his schedule for The
suceeding' days of the week t My
Edward F. Dunne, democrat a u mlnt
tor governor, and Frank K, Funk, nomi
nee of the progressives, already are in
the field. Governor Deneen will cross
their routes at several points and at
times the speeches will assume the char
acter of debates. .
The state fight will be Intense before
the week has ended. The state commit
tees of all parties are preparing for a
Campaign which promises to become
historic Every country town in the
state will be visited by 'several speak
ers from each slate headquarters and
the automobile will be used to reach re
mote points not touched by railroad or
Bryaa Denoaacrs Taft aad Teddy,
PUEBLO, Colo., Sept. Denunciation
Of Taft and Roosevelt was the chief fea
ture of a speech by William J. Bryan at
the Colorado, state fair today. He re
ferred to President Taft as an "aristo
crat .by brth and early environment,"
and said that later association with the
interests had developed his aristocracy.
Roosevelt would have been satisfied
with the, republican party ,had he been
nominated, Bryan said.
iTaft is honest and means . well," said
the Commoner, "but he bas no confidence
in the Intelligence of the average man,
, "A. year ago Roosevelt never raised ' a
hand to help La Kollette In his fight with
Xatt and La Follette Is a thousand times
better reformer than Roosevelt ever
was." . : tit', r'.U . ,.,
NEW CONSUL SAYS GOODBYE
,T0 SHENANDOAH FRIENDS
SHENANDOAH, la,, Sept'. f?.-(Speclal.i
Walter A. Leonard, who has Just been
appointed United States Consul at Btav
angeri the chief port . of southern Nor
way, visited hi' mother . In Esses and
other aged county friends a couple of days
!ust wk. It was a farewell visit be
fore he leaves for his consular post. Mr.
Leonard spent all his boyhood days in
Essex and la well known here. He Is a
graduate of the University of Nebraska
and was for a time vice consul to Frei
burg and later to Kle. Germany. Since
then he has been a member of the North,
western university faculty. .Mr, Leonard
was one of the six successful applicants
of the 108 who took the consular exami
nations at Washington last April.
(From a Staff Correspondent)
DBS MOINES, Sept 17. (Special Tele
gram.) President William Koch of tlue
Iowa Fraternal congress, in his adress
to the twelfth annual meeting urged that
the members pay attention to the elec
tion of members of the legislature to see
to It that no unfavorable legislation is
enacted. In Iowa the membership of
fraternal organizations is Increasing at
the rate of 10,000 or more a year and
there axe not less than 290,000 In good
standing now in the forty-five associa
tions doing business in the. state.
Woodmea Salt Brains. .
The" suit for injunction involving the
Modem Woodmen of America was begun
in district court today. In this, the in
surgent members ask the court to forbid
the officers of the head camp from put
ting into force the new rates next Janu
ary. The insurgents claim the order for
the increase in rates was adopted fraud
ulently and in violation of the laws of
the society and that the proposal vio?
lates the contract with the members of
the order. - , ; -
Want Epileptic Colony.
An epileptic colony farm is wanted in
Iowa and the State Board of Control will
recommend an appropriation for the same
by the legislature. The recommendation
has been repeated several times, but with
out avail. The board made an investiga
tion some years ago and found that there
are several hundred epileptics In the state
institutions or in county jnstitutions
classed as insane or feeble-minded and
many others in the state who could as
well be on a colony farm it one was pro
vided. It Is claimed that such a farm
would bo self-supporting , and thus It
would relieve the counties of much ex
pens for the support of these unfor
tunates on the basis of the insane.
Try Oat Street Car Case.
The Des Moines street car case, in.
volving the tight of the present company
to operate wtlhout a special franchise, or
whether or not It has, in fact, a per.
petual franchise, is to come before the
supreme court at the term which com
mences tomorrow. The case was tried
out in Dallas county and the city won its
case. The street car company appealed
and will undertake to establish its right
to continue business without asking for
a franchise. If beaten it is expected the
company will immediately ask the voters
for a franchise.
Saprema Coart to Meet.
The supreme court met toduy for the
first session since early In the spring.
Th court will . have a large number of
decisions to render. The docket for new
oases ia a large one and among them are
fifty-six applications for rehearing on
cases already decided. This Is the largest
number of reheartngs asked at any one
term. - . - -
. Avoids pWendlav Ticket. M
Judge John L. Stevens, the bull moose
candidate Vn Iowa for governor agilnst
George V71 Clarke, the progressive repub
lican, In bl opening address , at Carroll
Muuied any . referenoa whatever toi the
advisability of voting- for the bull moose
tote" ticket The judge has been ar
dently for the progressive republican state
ticket and was bitterly opposed to a state
ticket He 'is on record as opposing any
candidate to go against Clarke, and it li
believed he will really make no effort to
secure a vote for himself larger than Just
sufficient to legalise the party.
Pittsburgh Baslnesa Mas lajared.
When the party ot Pittsburgh business
men reached Des Moines this morning
It was found that all had been pretty
badly shaken up in an accident which
occurred near Mason City, when one of
the two engines pulling their special
train refused to take the switch and the
sleeper was thrown from the rails. All
members of the party were said to be
thrown about In their sleeping berths
and feveral Injured, the most serious
being Charles M. Wood. of the National
Elect Xfir Lieateaaat Colonel.
'Adjutant General Guy Logan has Just
called an election to, be held September
23 In the Fifty-sixth regiment, Iowa Na
tional Guard, , to 'choose a successor to
Norman P. Hyatt of Fort Dodge as lieu
tenant colonel, following his election to
be colonel of the regiment The regiment
is located in northwestern Iowa.
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ARE ASSIGNED TO DUTY
BOONE, la., Sept. 17.-(Special.)-Des
Moines conference of tho Methodist Epis
copal church, which has been in session
here for five days, adjourned yesterday,
after a list of appointments for the year
were read. - The assignments for the
Council Bluffs district follow:
Superintendent C. I Baxter; Blanchard,
H. Dark; Council Bluffs Broadway, J.
M. Williams; Epworth. A. B. Adams;
Fifth avenue, J. E. Matheny; Trinity,
A. R. Grant; Coin, A. R. Miller; Defiance,
Thomas Coffman; Denlson, J. H. Senes
ney; Dow City, Joseph Stephen; Dunlap,
A. W. Harned; Essex, J. F. Porterfleld;
N. Graves; Hamburg, A. V. Babba; imo
gene. C. F. Smith; Little Sioux. A. Knoll;
Locust Grove, F. Mead; Logan, M. M.
Cable; Magnolia, a E. Meyer; Malvern,
F. Caldwell; Manilla, R. R. Moner; Miss,
ouri Valley, L. S. Carter) Modale, J. H.
Flndley; Neola, F. C. Tyler; Northboro,
D. I. Hower; Pacific Junction, W. A.
Bonar; Persia, El J. Jennlsteg; Randolph,
E. S. MaoCartney; . Riverton, supplied;
Shenandoah, E. H. Simpson; Sidney E.
W F. Raqua; Silver City, J. F. McKay;
Tabor, George C. McDonald; Thurman.
... . su?,v, vvvuuuilio, U. Jt, JjawiS.
in Woodmen Case
- DEB MOINES, la., Sept 17.-Hearing In
the injunction case In which It is sought
to restrain the Modern Woodmen of
America from ' putting Into effect the
readjustment of rates adopted by the
head camp at Chicago last January, was
begun in district court here today before
Judge Charles S. Bradshaw. The argu
ments are expected to consume from a
week to tn days.
TWO MEN ARE KILLED BY
EXPLOSION AT ELGIN, ILL
ELGIN,;' 111.," Sept 17. Two men were
killed, one fatally hurt and a third seri
ously injured at Coleman Station, seven
miles south of Elgin today, when a boiler
at a malt drying; plant exploded. '
Warehoase Burned at Sioax City
SIOUX CITT,;Ia., Sept. 17 -Firo early
MINISTERS ASSIGNED PLACES I
Nebraska Conference Held at Bea
trice Concludes Session. j
BISHOP BRISTOL APPOINTS
Niabft of Changes Made la 1. na
tion at Methodist Paatora Bishop v
' McCoaaell Acta la West Ne
BEATRICE, Neb.. Sept 17.-(Speclai
Telegram.) The Nebraska conference
closed yesterday when Bishop Bristol
announced the following appointments:
Central District N. A. Martin, super
intendent; Bellwoed, J. W. Walts; Beaver
crossing, J. a. Stannard; Brainara, to ne
supplied: Cedar Bluffs. Harry Royse;
Ceresco, J. M. McDonald; Counse, G. E.
Dickens; Denton, M. K. Porter; uavia
City, 8. D. Bartle; Emerald, H. L. Will
iams; Garrison, A. .A. King; uoenner, u,.
L. Norman; Havelock, Q. f. Francombe;
Ithaca. J. D. Hollister: Jamaica. S. E.
Cozad; Lincoln, Emmanuel, C. E. Carroll;
Asbury, Don Whltmore: Epworth, C. G.
Goman; Elm Park, W. F. Whitney;
Urace, J. F. Boeye; LaKeview, J. a.
Priest; Lincoln Heights, C. G. Cole; St.
Paul, I. F. Roach; Trinity. A. J. North
rup; St James, R. A. Wilson; Malcomb,
to be supplied; Martel, V. R. Bell; Mem
phis, H. W. Wagner; Mllford, E. A.
Worthley; Mount Zlon. Fred Snocker;
Normal. I L. Hanthorne; Pleasantdale,
A. J. Gumm; Prairie Home, C. B. Len
fest; Princeton, V. R. Bell; Raymond, G.
M. Jones; Rising City, W. H. Shoaf; Roca
and Hickman, Clyde Keigan; Sharon, K.
E. Wilson; Seward, O. W. Reynolds;
6helby, J. D. Hammel; Sprague, H. L.
Williams; Spring Creek and Morse Bluff,
to be supplied; Surprise, Lawrence YoBt;
Tamora, El V. Price; Utlca, J. W. Cus
ter; Ulysses, O. H. Albertson; University
Place, First church, , I. B. Schreckengast,
Warren G. Phillips: Valparaiso,
Farley; Wahoo, W. B. Alexander; Wes
ton, to be supplied; Waco, J. M. Wilson.
THist rMtriot-J. W. Embree. University
Place, superintendent; Adams, Richard
Pearson; Aivo, supplied ty .. r cneno
with; Ashland, W. P. Slocunn Auburn,
W. A. Albright; Avenue, G. W. Hyiton;
Bennett J. H. Bounds; Bocfcwalter, sup
piled by Henry Steele; Brock, supplied by
A. B. Wachtel; Brownvllle, W, H. Gar
diner; Burchard, J. B. Wylle; Cook, A.
A. Kerbor; Crab Orchard, E. H. Tanne
hlll; Douglass, A. E. Chadwlck; Dubois,
to be supplied; Eagle, to be supplied; Elk
Creek, "W. O. Harrell; EJrawood, Peter
Van Fleet: Falls City, O. M. Keeve;
Fillet to be supplied; Greenwood, A. G.
Forman; Humboldt A. M. Steele; John
son, W. T. Taylor; Lashara, supplied by
G. A. Randall; Lewtston, to be supplied:
Louisville, B. H. Gould; Murdock and
South Bend, supplied by C. 8. Cole; My
nard, to bo supplied; Nebraska City, A.
A. Randall; Nehawka. W. M. Van Bur en;
Nemaha City, supplied by E. H. Hlnkle;
Palmyia, to be supplied; Pawnee City. H.
F. Huntington; Peru. J. H. Stltt; Platts
mouth, W. L. Austin; Rockford, supplied
by A. D. Wright; Rulo, J. A. Murray;
Salem. M. 8. Keith; Bhubert to be sup
plied; Stella, to be supplied; Sterling, J.
W. Lewis; Syracuse, A. O. Hineon; Table
Rock, H. P. Toung; Talmage, to b sup
plied; Tecumseh.. E. M. Furman; Unadilla,
supplied by 8amuel Keiser; Union, to be
supplied; Vesta, to be supplied; Wabash.
W. C. Fawell; Waverly, to be supplied
by W. D. Shlke; Weeping Water, L. F.
South Distrlct-R. N. OrriH superin
tendent; Beatrice, Centenary, U. G.
Brown; La Salle Street, J. A. Rousey;
Angus, W. W. Hull; Alexander, to be
supplied; Belvldere, George Bressler;
Blue Springs, W. F. Hasktns; Byron. T.
J. Overstreet; Carleton, C. C, Cujmer;
Cheater, P. J.. Yost; Crete, John Cal
vert; Davenport, F. O. Wlnslow; Daykln,
B. N. Kunkel; Dewltt, J. C. Street; Dlller,
W. L. Hadsell; Dorchester. C. A. Mastln;
Edgar. W. W. Hull: Ellis, W. H- Mills:
Exeter, O. R. Newkirk; Fairbury, M. E.
Gilbert; Fairfield, A. B. Grossman;' Fair
mont L. R. Dewolff; Friend, , H. C.
Seidell Geneva, ,C. L. Myers; Hebron,
O, T. Moore; Hoimesvuie, to oe supplied
, . . . .. . . O. T. Moore; Hoimesvuie, 10 oe supuueu,
this mornlpg dtrojred Jho warebotvw t HUbbelU E. I Hollingsworth; Odelt W.
the ,W, vF.v Brandon Furplture ; Manufaci. ft a Anstihe: Ohlowa. C. E. Austin;
luring company. ; Tiia jos i eetunatea
plied; Western, Charles Burns: Wtlber.
A. B., Whitmer; Wymore, E..M. Reed;
Zion. to be supplied.
West Distrlct-R W. Marsh, superin
tendent: Aurora, J. D. M. Buckner;
Bladen, W. H. Jackson; Benedict B. F.
Hmchins; Blue Hill. E. S. Burr; Brad
shaw, A. V. Wilson; Clay Center, G.
W. Pool; Cowles, J. W. Davis; Charles
ton, K. , P. Kilbourne: Deweese and
Spring Ranch, to be supplied; Doniphan.
William Kllburn; Falrview, to be
supplied: Glltner, O. L. Kendall; OfM
Chapel, to be supplied: Green's Chapel.
G. E. McClure; Gresham, W. C. Bray
men: Guide Rock. E, I Barch; Hardy,
3. H. Fowler; Harvard. J. M. Darby;
Hastings. A. A. Brooks; Hampton, T.
H. Worley; Inavale. M. C. Smith; In
land. J. M. Darby: Juniata, J. T. Rowan:
Kenesaw. R. B. E. Hill; Lawrence and
Mount Clare, to be supplied; Lushton,
Leander Morrison; Marquette and Alvtn
chapel, Ralph Miller; McCool. S. T.
Walker; Nelson, W. M. Brooks; New
Virginia, J. G. Walker; Nora and Ca cl
ams, T. C. Priestley; North Blue, to be
supplied; Osceola. H. G. WHcox; Paul
ine and Ayr, J. W. Blair; Phillips, G. A.
Wash; Prosser, F. C. Mills; Polk. O. G.
Ponath! Red Cloud, E. N. Tompkins;
Roseland, J. E. Rippeto; Ruskln. J. H.
Fowler: Stockham, E. N. Lltterell;
Stromsburg, G- E. McClure; Superior, G.
P. Trites; Sutton and Grafton, C. E.
Ruch; Thayer, H. V. Price; Trumbull,
W. H. Cope; York. A. O. Bennett.
Special Appointments G. I. Wright
E. A. Campbell, conference evangelists;
C. M. Shepherd, financial secretary.
Conference Claimants, - Endowment
Fund C. E. Giwlts, assistant superintend
ent Child Saving. Institute. Omaha; A.
W. Partch, professor In Claflin university;
J. R. Woodcock, president Iowa Bible
Training school and Bldwell Deaconess
home, Des Moines, la.; Karl J. Sladelc,
missionary to the Bohemians; George W.
Isham, superintendent Bohemian work;
J. W. Swan, agent New York Children's
Aid society; E. S. BrighUnan, professor
in Nebraska Wesleyan unlvemity; B. F;
Summers. Santa Fee. N. M., mission;
C. P. Metcalfe. Flagstaff. Arts., mis
sion: W. B. Bliss. R. K. Sutten, R. F.
8wlft A. C. Wlschmeler, C. C. Wlsch
meler. B. U Story, William Ruyle, Leroy
Strlngfellow, Fred Varcoe, B. A. Alex
ander. C. 8. McClure and A. V. Hunter
left without appointment to attend school.
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20.000 Head of Horses Have Already Succumbed to
The 6lew bpse! Disease
In the State of. Kansas Alone
Valuation Ovor 02,000,000.00
This New Horse Disease Is Spreading Throughout Kansas and Nebraska,
and Is Now Being Reported in Different Parts of Iowa.
An bunco of Provontion
Is Worth a Ton of Cur
Many of Our Customers Have Reported Saving
Thoir Horsos With Our Stock Remedy
' So we hasten to advise all customers to nse preventive measures. The
daily papers and farm journals of the middle west have spent much time
and space advising their readers regarding this plague, at the same time
giving advice and reports from, the government experts and state veterinarians. . In every case these experts advise
preventive means,, namely, keep -all diseased horses isolated away from the well ones, thus eliminating contagion so
far as possible, and at the same time stating that barns and stalls where sick horses have been kept should be thoroughly dlBlnfected with
a strong; solution ot dip and air slacked lime before, putting well ones in their places. See that they do not have access to dead, stagnant
water, nothing but pure well water should be used. The sick animals should be watered separately as contagion might spread through the
waters i,- - i v ' - . ' " . ''" " -' -,: ; .-.,..
' ' Some authorities believe that this trouble originates from poisonous weeds, mold or fungus, similar to the moldy corn which caus9s
corn stalk bloat In cattle. Others claim that it may originate from the second growth of grass found around the edges of creeks or ponds
of water and recommend that all horses be kept in dry lots and fed on a ration of green corn, kaflr, alfalfa, oil meals or a light diet ot some
kind. - - ' : ! : . . ....
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Others claim that toe disease is caused by worms. This latter seems to be the most advanced and reasonable theory of all, as many
animals which bave been dissected have been absolutely polluted with worms, which originate from some microbe or perhaps from the cpm
mon buffalo fly. While this is true, we know that with the free use ot our remedy, we can prevent this disease; in fact we have a number '.
of reports from customers stating that when their horses took the disease they began feeding our remedy which proved absolutely successful.
One ot our agents In northwestern Kansas claims 100 success. So, we beg to advise all ot our customers to begin using the remedy at
once, giving to each animal two large tablespoonsful twice a day, increasing the dose until thoroughly physicked. This will remove the
congestion as our remedy Is a laxative, which all authorities recommend. It Is also & tonic. It works directly upon the blood. It will ab
sorb the gas and bile of the stomach. It acts directly upon the liver and kidneys, removing the impurities from these internal organs. It Is
a stimulant, expels wind, prevents colic, and Is a positive worm distroy er, as we have advertised tor years that we will deposit $500.00 in any
bank In the country and guarantee to remove worms from wormy animals, or lose the money. For years we have had liverymen and horse
breeders state that they never used a better remedy.- . ,
In manufacturing this remedy we use eleven different drugs which have specific action on the animal as above stated, all authorities
advise using a laxative and a. worm remedy, which this remedy contains, together with other most valuable properties. If you havs our
remedy on hand it will be to your interest to begin treating your horses at oncer It you are not a user, place confidence with us and mail
your order today. A ten dollar Investment will treat and save several hundred dollars' worth of horses, so do not neglect your own inter
ests when this small investment will protect you "against this disease. . '
Our standard directions recommend a treatment for horses three times a week as a general conditioner, bat .while this contagion Is.,
spreading so rapidly we advise our customers to give two large tablespoonsful twice a day and keep Increasing the dose until the animals are -weli
Physicked. This will give them a greater resistance power. ; ; ,
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Remember procrastination Is the thief of time. Do not wait until the horse is stolen before you lock; the barn door; but place your
order today, Terms $10.00 per hundred pounds, sixty days time, F. O. B. Council Bluffs, or freight prepaid on cash orders. We trust'
that you win see it to your interest to place your order with us and protect your stock against this fatal disease.
COUNCIL BLUFFO, IOWA
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