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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1912.
BRIEF. CITY NEWS
Stack-Palconer Co., Undertaker.
X"ighUng PUtures-Burgss-Grandn Co.
Kavt Boot Print tt Now Beacon Press.
Bailey the Dentist, City Nat D. Soil
Omai PUtin Co- Estab. 1S9S. D. 5535.
Boiler Skating, lower room Chambers
Academy, opens Saturday) September a.
7:45 p. m. Douglas 1871
Porgr la Arreatad Kere George
O'Decker was bound over to the district
court under 1750 bonds on the charge of
Bobber Is Arrested Here Otello Mon
tlcine, an Italian electrician, was ar
rested by Detective Sullivan and Lahey.
He is wanted in Chicago on a robbery
and bond forfeiture charge. "
Gail Howard Is Home W. B. Howard,
republican nominee for state auditgr,
has brought his daughter, Oall, from
Fremont, where she had recently been
successfully operated upon for appen
Beaton to Build Home Jack Beaton
of the Beaton Drug company has had
plans for a home drawn by Architect
Lloyd Willis and the erection of a beauti
ful residence in the Happy Hollow club
circle will begin soon. The home is to
cost nearly tf.OOO. it will contain nine
rooms and be made of stucco and brick.
Establishes Home In Chicago S. t.
Miller, general freight agent of the
Northwestern is in from Chicago for the
purpose of accompanying Mrs. Miller to
her new home. Mr. Miller has secured a
house in Chicago and will occupy it with
bis family ae soon S his household goods
here can be received there and unpacked.
winter in Colorado Vice President
Parker of the Colorado & Southern is In
town from Denver. When he left home
Monday Colorado s having Its first
real touch of winter. There was snow
on the. street of Denver and the moun
' tains covered with new snow. Mr. Par
ker does not think that fruit has been
materially injured by the cold. Down
in the Gunnison valley," the peach section
of the state, the weather was much
warmer than in the foothills and on the
BULL HOOSEJASM GROUND
Roosevelt Sentiment in Nebraska
Wanes Since Convention.
REPORTS TO WILSON LEAGUE
Democrats Make Estimate t Condi
tions Prevailing; In Stat ana
Show the Third-Termer
John,A Swanson " .
Dies in Denver
John A. Swanson, member of the firm
of King-Swanson company, died suddenly
Monday nlght.at Denver, His sister, Mis
Mary Swanson, was the only relative at
his bedside when he died.
Mr, Swanson has been In Colorado for
some -months in an endeavor to benefit
Ms health. Although Intimate members
of the family realised 'that Mr. Swan
son's -recovery was hopeless, his death
was not immediately, expected. Edward
Swanson, a brother and member of the
firm, left at once for Denver and will
bring" the body to Omaha. The funeral
will probably be held Friday afternoon,
The Masonic order will have charge of
the services. Burial will be in the family
plot at Forest Lawn cemetery.
Out of forty-nine letters received here
by the Woodrow Wilson league from
members of the league living in all part
of the state, thirty-eight said the Roose
velt support is dlmlnshlng in their com
munity. Among a long list of questions
asked by the league In the circular Sent
to all Its members in the state appeared
the question, "Has the Roosevelt support
Increased or dlminshed since his Chicago
convention?" Three of the letters re
ceived showed , an increase, thirty-eight
a decrease, seven no difference And one
This shows that 77 per cent of the local
ities from which replies are received the
members estimated a decided loss for
Roosevelt since his convention, An un
changed condition of Rooseveft Sentiment
was estimated by 14.1 per cent of the lo
calities into which Inquiries Were sent
Only 6.1 per cent of the members 'esti-?
mated that in their community Roosevelt
sentiment had grown since the Roosevelt
convention. : ,
Many of those Who announced a 'de
crease in the colonel's strength In their
community emphasised their statement
by saying the decrease amounted to 25
per cent. Others said it was 10 per cent.1
Still others calculating more closely esti
mated the decrease at 8 per cent. The
letters come from men who are in touch
with the political situation In their com
munity. These members were asked by
the league to make their very best estl
mate on the situation In answering . the
questions put to them, aa the information
was to govern the activities of the Wood'
row Wilson League In the various local
Hies during the tall campaign.
"Sentiment in Iowa that was Once
Roosevelt sentiment Is either no longer
such or it does not express Itself so
loudly," said P, A. Barrett of South
Omaha, having just returned from an
extensive trip over Iowa, "The Roose
velt people when asked about their pol
itics begin rather half-heartedly by say
ing, 'I was for Roosevelt.'
"They are all talking In a lower tone
than they were and they will Ullt lower
' Most Food la Poison
to the dyspeptic Electric Bitters soon
.relieve dyspepsia, liver and kidney Com
plaints and debility. Price 60c. For sale
by Beaton Drug Co. 1 . s
Oh, My! What an Awakening
After a Glorious Vacation!
The Almost Anybody family hopped off
the tram two days before the end of their
vacation. They had a good time over ,at
Lake Anyplace, and they just knew that
the time-tried servant and the good yard
man would keep the place In order.
Visions of a nicely kept lawn and re
painted swing occupied . Mr.- Anybody s
mind during the ride home on the street
car. Mrs. Anybody was thinking about
cleanly scrubbed floors, a well fed canary,
a sleek and docile cat and a spick and
But the awakening! Oh, that awak
A regular crop of exclusive weeds re
place the finely mowed grass. - No longer
did the shrill chirp of Dickey bird enter
tain the neighborhood, for Dickey 1 bird
long ago gave up the ghost via the oat.
Sister Georgia's boudoir ' (pronounce
Gshh-wa-gsh-waash bood-wah) was neatly
decorated with cigarette stumps, catching
mitts, dice, an air rifle and a pair of un
learned shoes. On the embroidered quilt
that grandma Lof bless 'er-made every
stitch With her own hands, lies that yard
man, staking, himself to a well deserved
rent after exhilarating bout at "seven
up" with the grocery man.
That longest fish or the boat race won
by half a length faded from Mr. Any
body's mind as Its place was taken by
burning wrath. The choice bit of scandal
about Mrs. Who Noes, gleaned from the
servants at Lake Anyplace became in
significant compared to the present Issue.
Luckily sister Gsh-wa-gsh-wassh was not
yet home. f
The maid servant and the man servant
"saw" before being seen. While the riot
lecture was being framed they struck
for three weeks' wages, got It and disap
peared, leaving the returned vacationists
to stand the grief.
The Inquiry Is made: How many Any
bodys are there In Omanar
STOCK YARDS RATES i RAISED
Water Board Decides on Eight Cents
Per Thousand Feet for Packers.
INCREASE DATES FROM JULY 1
Representative of the Stock Yards
Interests Enter Protest "for Sec
ond Time, hat Are Over-
" ruled by the Hoard.
OUSTS RYAN AND PIY01A
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Judge Holcomb Renders Judgment
Against South Omaha Men.
CHARGED WITH MISCONDUCT
Aeeasad Officials Are Members of
the Sooth Omaha Board of Fire
and Police Commit
Key to the Situation Bee Advertising,
Rube Wrestlers to
Appear at Carnival
H. G. Counaman and tt. R. Johanson,
who were the features of the Ak-Sar-Bcn
circus, have signed a contract to stage a
dally exhibition of their act on the car
nival grounds. These men, who are known
as the "Teddy Brothers, Rube Wrestlers,"
were a delight to every audience at the
den. during the last Season. They wrestle
Inimitably In rube fashion and the act
often has been commented upoh as better
than anything of the kind ever seen on
the professional ' strfge. "They will give
free exhibitions on the carnival grounds
that those Ineligible to Join the Knights
of Ak-Sar-Ben may see their laughable
Ouster Is reoommended for Members
Ryan and Plvonka, the South Omaha fire
and police commissioners, who are
charged with misconduct in office..
Judge Holcomb, appointed as referee
to, hear the testimony in the case, filed
his report with the clerk of the supreme
court Monday morning. He recommended
that the officials be ousted from their
positions as members of the South Omaha
Board of Fire and Police Commissioners.
History of the Case.
The ouster complaint against Ryan and
Pivonka was filed under the Sackett law
by Attorney General Grant Martin upon
order of Governor Aldrlch about a year
ago. The governor's action was prompted
by South Omaha men who were dissat
isfied with the administration of the fire
and police board. Chief among these was
J, Dean Ringer, a South Omaha attorney,
who collected and arranged the evidence
for the state and as special assistant at
torney general aided Assistant Attorney
General Ay res In the trial of the suit.
Former Governor Silts Holcomb was
appointed referee by the supreme court
and most of the testimony was taken in
Omaha last month. Some additional tes
timony was received and arguments were
heard In Lincoln early in this month. The
defense argued that the state legisla
ture's extension of the terms of office
of South Omaha officials was Illegal and
that the election at which Ryan and
Flvotika were re-elected last spring was
legal; that they could not now be ousted
on charges of dereliction in office in a
The state's witnesses testified to whole
sale liquor and gambling law violations
With knowledge ot Plvonka and Ryan
and swore that the commissioners
countenanced .the violations.
September 17, 1912.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mf. K. H. Lulkert has as his guest Mr.
William Baum of Berlin, , Germany.
Mrs. Ben Baker, who has been seriously
ill at her home for en days, is now con
valescing. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rees and Miss
Henrietta Rees are back from a ten
days stay in Chicago.,
Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Stori and their
T TAKES more than a sprained wrist to keep a bridge enthusiast from daughters, Miss oia and.Miss Louise,
I. - . . ; , v returned this morning,
her favorite game. ; ' , , Mrs. Frank Crawford retnrned this
One of the best bridge and auction-bridge players of Omaha is mornlnf from the east, where she has
ltimA TaIam Tia-tria whA loaf Wfscir inninoii her wrist when her skirt . ,. months nrinotoally in New
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York. ." . '
Miss Katherlne Krug has as her guest
Miss Katherlne Hlndman of Vlncennes,
Ind., who arrived this morning io
her a visit of ten days.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hlller are home
from ten week's stay at the cmcago
Beach hotel and with their daughter,
Mrs. Lester Klrsohbraun.
Miss Eleanor Halsey and Miss Ellen
Bloom left Ihls morning for Bt. Charles,
Mo., to enter Llndenwood Junior oouege,
a Presbyterian synodlcal school. ,
Mr. Herbert Connell and Mr. Kenneth
Wallace ot Los Angeles, who has been
the guests, of Mr. Connell,' will leave this
evening for Boston, where they are stu
dents at Harvard.
Mrs. Harriet Lacey, who formerly lived
in Omaha and who has been In Laramie,
w;. for a number of years, has re
turned here to reside. She Is now visit
ing her aunt, Mrs. William S. Sweesy.
Word has been received from Mrs. Paul
Getzschman and her son, Julius Festner,
that they are spending several weeks in
Bad Relchenhall, a health resort and
bathing Dlace. prettily situated in the
Tyrolean Alps. ,
Mrs. Stephen Joyce and daughter, Miss
Susan Joyce, who formerly lived here,
but who have resided for several years
in Iowa, are now In Omaha visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. William F.
Sweesy In Dundee. They are on their
way to California, where they will locate
Mr. Elliott E. Gllmore and his sister,
Miss Henrietta Gllmore, left for the east
Monday to resume their studies In their
respective schools, Mr. Gllmore as a senior
In the civil engineer department of
the Worcester Polytechnic institute, Wor
cester, Mass., and Miss Gllmore as
junior in Wellesley college. Enroute thy
will visit Niagara Falls and vicinity.
Woman Who Ends
Life May Be Omahan
Police officials of Kansas City are
working; on the theory that the woman
who committed suloide In a hotel at that
place Sunday Is a Miss Mitchell ot
Omaha. A pair of shoes purohssed ' at
Kearney, Neb., and other articles In the
Suit case owned by the woman and found
at the Union depot indicated that her
name was Mitchell and was a resident of
either Omaha or Lincoln. After regis
tering In a hotel as "F Mitchell, Kansas
City," the young woman went to the room
assigned her and took her life.
Rates for water furnished the South
Omaha stock yards and packing houses
was definitely fixed at t cents per 1,000
gallons Instead of H cents by the Water
board at a meeting Monday' afternoon.
This Increase dates from July 1. The
increase was announced' several weeks
ago and, an opportunity given the pack
ing houses to protest. Representatives
of the stock yards Interests protested tor
a second time yesterday.
According to the present rate of con
sumption, this Increase wilt mean an ad
ditional revenue of $100,000 for the Water
board, the South Omaha Industries con-
Burning nearly a third ot the water
pumped by the Mlnne-I.usa station.
For more than two hours .the packers
argued with the board against the in
crease, but at the conclusion of the argu
ments' the Increase was authorized by a
vote of four to one. Barlow, Howell. 8hor-
man and Heafey voted for the raise and
O'Brien cast the only negative vote.
Congdon was absent. Sherman and Hea
fey declared they would favor a reduction
if the rate after trial proved unreasonable.
The Packers' Argument.
Packing house Interests argued that
they ought to be furnished water at the
actual cost of the eel-vice to them, a res-
sonable profit being added. They did not
believe they ought to pay their share of
the cost of maintaining and operating the
Commissioner Howell said the aver
age cost Of delivering water to con
sumers Is 9.-M cents per 1.000 gallons.
Deducting from this the hydrant rentals
and receipts from other sources the net
cost of delivery Is 8 cents per 1,000 gal
lons. The water commissioner produced fig
ures to show that the average additional
cost per animal slaughtered In South
Omaha would be K of a cent, the total
cost for each animal under the new rate
being 1V4 cents. He also produced the
report of three consulting engineers hired
by the water board. They reported that
I cents is the lowest possible rate at
which water can be delivered without a
loss to the plant.
Selby Prodoces Fl-nres.
W. L. Selby, spokesman for the pack
ers, produced figures of his own In which
he showed that the actual net cost of
delivering water to South Omaha Is S.
cents per 1.000 gallons, and therefore
maintained that a rate ot 5 cents per
1.000 gallons would be lucrative. Even
at 4H rents, he said, the water board
would derive a profit of S23.668.79. A rate
ot 6 cents would produce a profit of
t52.695.23, he said. -
Mr. Howell said the new rate to the
South Omaha interest would mean an
earlier reduction In the rates ot water
furnished the small consumers, who are
now charged 35 cents per 1.000 gallons.
General Manager Buckingham of the
Stock yards said the new rate would not
force South Omaha packing houses to
close up, but would result In an Increased
killing business at Sioux City and St.' Jo
seph, where the rates are less than half
tbe new rate put In force by the water
board for South Omaha.
OLD BARRETT ESTATE IS
SOLD TO JOHN SCHUMANN
The old Barrett estate, eighty acres of
farm land southeast of Elk City, has
been sold to John Schumann of Gretna for
$8,600. The farm has teen held by thit
Barrett estate for fifty years. It was
unimproved, but despite that feet sold at
more than $100 an acre. The sale was
negotiated by the Byron Reed company.
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caught in the brake of her automobile and she fell. 1 -
" Although- Miss Davis carries . her arm in a sling, she is accepting
bridge invitations, for she has ingeniously figured out a way to play with
one hand. When Miss Davis starts for a bridge party, she carries with ber
a "dummy" bridge set. Jhis includes a rack for the dummy hand, and on
this rack her cards are placed. Of bourse she does not shuffle or deal the
cards, but any one can do that for her.
Monday afternoon, Miss Davis was one of the .guests at the bridge
party given by Mrs. Barton Millard, and today She attended the Informal
bridge afternoon given by Mrs. Louis 8. Clarke for Miss Marguerite Schnei-
evening will be George Kelly, who will
have twenty guests; J. 3. Sullivan, four
teen; O. B. Berg, eighteen; O. A. Young,
three, and W. S. Crowley, eleven. '
At Happy Hollow.'
Mrs. J. C. Hammond gave a luncheon
Tuesday at the Happy Hollow club for
MrS. P. W. Llndsey, who leaves soon to
miii in California, after a residence
of twenty-seven years in Omaha. All of
the guests were members of the Omaha
Woman's club, of which organisation Mrs,
Lindsay has been a prominent member.
The guest list included:
f r. StrelKht F. W. Lindsay,
C. H. Walrath, , H. I. Adams,
R. V. Cole, N. H. Nelson,
J. C. Hammond, C. A. Rohrbough.
Miss Alice Duval entertained at lunch
eon at the Happy Hollow club In honor
of Miss Lucille Bacon, Miss Stella Thum
mel. Miss Ann Gifford and Miss Frances
Hochstetler, who will leave soon for the
east, where they will enter school. Covers
were laid for: . - '
Misses- ; Misses
Lucile Bacon, Stella Thummel,
Frances Hochstetler, Ann usiiora.
der and Miss Clara Schneider.
At the Tield Club.
Mrs. Ellen Coad Jensen was hostess
at a beautifully appointed luncheon to
day at the Field club In honor of her
gueet, , Mrs. Sue Le Cand of Galveston,
and for Mrs. Frank Coad. Covers were
placed for twenty. . ,
Mrs. C. A. Pratt had sixteen guests;
Mrs. E. F. Riley eight; Mrs. W. B.
Roney, nine, and Mrs. C. I Dundey, five.
Mrs. William Archibald Smith enter
tained at luncheon when her guests were:
A. H. Hippie,
W. L. Selby,
Edson Rich, . 4
F. J. Hoel,
R. C. Hoyt,
T. C. Van Buren,
George B. Darr,
Clinton Miller, - ' , x
Edward Beard and Alex B. Rutherford
Will entertain at a dinner this evening at
the Field club. Covers will be placed for.
Frank B. Smith,
John F. Flack,
J. E. Pulver.
". Misses-' '"'
Nan Murphy, .'
Mr. and Mrs. George Laier.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kennaro. . . .
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kiplinger.
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Wood.
Mrs. C. A. Sandberg gave a luncheon
Saturday for Miss Edith Sandberg, who
' Is Just home from Europe. Covers were
; placed for: t
Mabel Sandberg. Edith Sandberg,
Verna Hayes, . Eileen Hayes,
Helen Harris. Muriel Jonnson,
Mrs. A. C. Sandberg.
Entsrtalnlnc at dinner Wednesday
Glass before Breakfast
tones up the stomach, clears
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Irene McConnell, '
Mrs. Eugene Duval.
., Dinner parties Tuesday evening Will be
fiven by T. ,1 Combs, who will have
twelve guests; Mr. and Mrs. H. d.
Strelght. will have twenty guesta in
L honor of their daughter, Miss Helen
Strelght, who leaves soon tor scnooi in
Harold George, one of the salesmen ot
h Kinnn A Bartlett Company, has left
for Chicago, where he will be married
Tuesday evening to Miss Hasel Caughert
of Berwln, III. Following the marriage
the couple will take a short trip and re
turn to Omaha, where they will make
ther home, v " '
Informal Bridge. - 1 -
Mrs. Louis 8. Clarke wts hostess at an
Informal bridge for Miss Clara Schneider
and Miss Marguerite Schneider, guests of
their sister. Mrs. C. W. Turner, Jr. Two
tables of players were present
BARTON'S POOR HEALTH
MAKES FRIENDS UNEASY
The little announcement that Mr. and
Mrs. K. 8. Barton and children, ex
pected home from Europe the first part
of October, have postponed their return
Is causing much uneasiness among their
friends here. The trip abroad was un
dertaken for the benefit of Mr. Barton's
health, and the reports of his condition
are said to be decidedly disquieting.
Here Is a woman who speaks from
personal knowledge and long experience,
via. Mrs. P. H. Brogan ot Wilson, Pa..
who says, "I know from experience that
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is far su
perior to any other. For croup there I
nothing that excels it." For sale by all
dealers. . -
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1 Fat, VMomterUfeU, Loati4 Olfl, F
MlHrable, utt4 with RlMvuniiltai. Aitkms,
NmraltU. Wkee t workM 01 lk4, I p(l4 ;
ilk Porpaln. I took vntj ninxtitti miMloln
1 could (me. i. ium, twusj, txaroiwe,
DoMond tat thaastd ellmu. bat I ruined my
41(mMob, fK Ilk M taTkllfl, bur imdtiy lntd
wliht, Thr m Dot atngl bim or drug tint
I hrd ot thit I did not try, I failed to rtduo
my I(M. I 4ropd sootMy, ta I did net ct
to th butt o( III th Jok. It WU rabor
MMlng u ha my rlnd Ull m t KUinf
Stout, a no on kaw It bottor thai mraalf,
soKsraxsra sad to bb bokb
I bataa to study th eava ot FAT. Wha I .
dlacvrd th caua I round th rooiady., Th
French Mtthod tar m a Inaliht. I Improved on
that. Hmord th objcotlonabi taatur, ad dad
nor ploaaant onaa, and than I triad my plan en -oyMlt
tor a waek. It workad Ilk magic. I
OBXAKXD WZTX JOT
at th end ot th lirat rk whan th asala told
ma I had loit tan potinda by ny almpl. nay,
hannlaaa, bruglaa Mstuod. It waa plaaaura ,
than to eontlnua until 1 ragatuad my normal aU
la ala. I taal urtaan yaara younr. I look fit
tn years yaungr. , My Doubt Chin, ha ntlrly
dlaapptand. I can walk or work bow. 1 oan
climb mountain. I am normal In alt. I cart
walgb Juat what I want ta walgh. I am matter ol
my own body aow. 1 did not etarv. but ut ill
1 wanted to. I did not tak Sweat Bathe. I did J
net irug. 1 need no Bleoirtclty, er harmful ex.
arcltaa, but I found th Stmpl, Sana, Ooaunon ;
Seiua WAY of reducing ray weight and I applied
It. I bar tried It on other. My Doctor aaya I
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Now I am going ta help other to b happy. 1
have written a book on the aubjaet. It yon are
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asked to pay for this gift nor will you be under any obligations. .
All I want to know Is that you have a disease for which my medicine is
intended, as It is not a "cure-all," and I STlve herewith some of the leading
ayn.ptoms of kidney, bladder and rheumatic troubles. If you notice one or
more of these symptoms you need this medicine and I will be glad to send
you some of it If you will write me the numbers of the symptoms you have
give your age, and your name and address. My address is Dr. T. Frank
Lynott, 8047 Deagan Building, Chicago. 111. Tou promise me nothing; you
pay mo nothing for It, All I ask, so there shall be no mistake, Is thst you
send me the numbers of your symptoms or a description in your Own word8
. a ..i. .v. . MtAilirtln. .itmuAln. n t Vi dlriM'tlnna 1 utnd vnn. It is
inn iri.i you iub vuo ,i.wiv'" mvv. v - v .....hmm
e e-.ino- Buhlicitv for n.v medicine so that it will become widely 1. l"ltAiMi IjI,u i A
u ' , who will send mediota to anyone free of charge
Ynn win sTee when you have used It faction if they are curable, especially minded afflicted, person wants to know
that tt dlssolfes and drives out uric when you consider no expense Is . in- Is If a certain think will cure HIM or
acid poison. It tones the kidneys so that volved, and I willingly give you my HER, and here is an opportunity to find
DON'T POLL OUT
THE GRAY HAIRS.
"Pull out one gray hair and a dozen
will take its plaoe" Is an old saying,
which Is, to a great extent, true, if no
steps are taken to stop th cause. When
gray hairs appear It la a sign that Ma-,
tur needs assistance, ' It is Nature's
call for help. Gray hair, dull, lifeless
hair, or hair that is falling out. is not
necessarily a sign of advancing age, for
there are thousands of elderly people
with, perfect heads of hair without a
single streak of gray., -
When gray hairs come, or when the
hair seems to be lifeless or dead, some
good, . reliable . hair-restoring . treatment
should be resorted to at once. Special
ists say that one of the best prepara
tions to use Is the old-fashioned "sage
tea" which our grandparents used. The
best preparation of this kind Is Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Wxlr Remedy, a prep
aration of domestic sage and sulphur.
scientifically compounded with later
discovered hair tonics and stimulants,
the whol mixture being carefully bal
anced and tested by experts.
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Is clean and
wholesome and perfectly harmless..: It
refreshes dry, parched hair, removes
dandruff and 'gradually restores faded
or gray hair to Its natural color.
Don't delay another minute. Start
using Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur at
once and see what a difference a few
days' treatment will make In your hair.
. This preparation is offered to the
publlo at fifty cents a bottle, and Is
recpn.mended ant sold by all druggists.
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co., 102
So. 16th, 324 So. 16th, 207 N. 16th and 24th
& Farnam Sts.
they work in harmony with the bladder.
It strengthens the bladder go that fre
Quent desire to urinate and other urin
ary disorders are banished. It stops
rheumatlo aches and pains immediately.
It dissolves urio acid crystals sO that '
back and muscles no longer ache and
crooked Joints quickly straighten out. It
reconstructs the blood and nerves so
that you soon feel healthier and more
vigorous, sleep better and eat better and
hava energy throughout the day. It
does all this, and yet contains nothing
Injurious and Is absolutely vouched for
according to law. -
Sufferers from these dreadful and
dangerous diseases can surely afford to ,
spend a few minutes s day for 4 few
days to' demonstrate to their own satts-
These Are the Symptoms:
1 ain la tbe back.
ft Too f reqne&t dsajye to nrlnato.
9 Burning or obstruction or urine.
4 in or soreness la th bladder.
8 roststio trouble.
. Oa at pain in th stontaoh.
7 Oeneral debility, weakness, fllz-
Pain or ornss nndsr right rib.
5 SwUl&ff in any part of th body.
10 Constipation or liver trouble.
11 palpitation or pain under th
IS Pain In th hip joint.
13 Polu la th nok or bad.
14 Pais or aoreness in th kidney.
15 Pain or swelling of th joint.
16 Pain or swelling of th muscles.
17 Pain or sorsness la nerves.
18 Acute or cbronlo rbenmstlem. -
time' and. tr.y medicine. All any fair out without cost, obligation or important
loss of time. THESE few datb may
b th turning point of your life. -
All who are interested enough to
write me for th fr medicine will also
receive a copy of. my large illustrated
medical book which, describes these dis
eases thoroughly. It Is th largest
book of tr-.e'klnd ever written tor free
distribution, and a new edition Is just
being-printed. I will also writ you a
letter of diagnosis and medical' advtc
that should b of great help to you; but
In order to do this I must know that you
need my. medicine. Writ me th num
bers of ths symptoms that trouble you,
and your age, and X will promptly carry
out my premises..; Show' an Inclination
to be cured and you will be.
This Coupon and
good for the next
number of ALL tbe
folio wins; magazines;
' 4 mSTXXW OP 3SETUWS
PICTORIAL BSYISW '
Address, Magazine Coupon Dept.
Twentieth Century Farmer,
' ..: ; -'.; Omaha,' Neb.
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